Dual-print programmable system

  • 08-Jul-2009 05:24 EDT
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Norwood Marking Systems / Kingsley Machine’s programmable thermal printing, measuring, and cutting system prints on both sides of heat-shrink sleeving or flexible tubing simultaneously. With its five programmable feed speeds, the MCM-DP cuts production time in half, according to the company, by eliminating the need to feed the material through a printer twice. Capable of printing the same or different data on each side of the sleeving or tubing, the MCM-DP is suitable for electronics, automobile, aerospace, aviation, defense, and wire-harness industries. The programmable system can print multiple lines of fixed and/or variable information on sleeving and tubing of diameters up to 4 in. With a choice of font styles and sizes, the system can print text and graphics, including logos and a wide variety of bar codes.

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