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PVC, pipes and cables, how do I code them?

One challenge in identifying PVC, pipes and cables, is the speed at which this must be done. Production processes are faster than ever before, so it goes without saying that your printing method cannot hold up this process.

Coding with small character inkjet

Not only the most efficient, but also the most economical solution for printing on PVC, pipes and cables is with a small character inkjet printer. As the name suggests, this printer is made for printing relatively small codes. With inkjet printers, the printer makes prints by spraying small amounts of ink on the product in a certain pattern. Small electrical shocks are used to ensure that the ink gets to the right place. This solution can print on virtually any type of plastic, in any direction and at very high speeds.

Coding on plastic

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