Marking in rubber tube for automotive use

 

In the automotive market we can find an infinity of materials that need to be marked and coded in order to ensure perfect traceability during their manufacturing processes. For environmental reasons, the rubber currently used in the automotive industry is synthetic and consists of a material which is elastic, insulating, waterproof and versatile.

Coding and marking on windscreen wiper cap (POM).

 

Markings and codes containing information such as serial or batch numbers among other data, need to be made on the plastic components used in the automotive industry. These markings must be carried out obtaining maximum contrast. These automotive parts will undergo temperature oscillations and will be in direct contact with dirt and grease, so the permanence of the marking must be one hundred percent guaranteed.

Marking and coding in water bottles (PET)

Marking and coding in water bottles

Marking and coding in water bottles

 

PET is the most commonly used material in the beverage industry. It is a synthetic material belonging to the group of polyesters which have the characteristic that the faster they cool, the more transparent they become.

When marking water bottles, it is essential that the substrate is not damaged and that no grooves are created with the coding. The SPA CP 30 of Macsa IDwith a wavelength of 9.3 microns, allows a foaming reaction to be generated between the laser and the plastic, meaning that the bottle is kept free from damage and the marking obtained is white and of high contrast.

Marking on Denim Fabric

 

The average number of liters of water that are needed to make a pair of jeans reaches 5 figures. This is why Macsa ID is working hard to provide a more sustainable production by using laser technology to mark, fade, make “whiskers” or “holes”, give a used look and a “Back knee” effect to all types of denim fabric.

Macsa ID launches idTIJ small character thermal inkjet printing solution.

 

Further reinforcing its unrivaled position at the forefront of high-performance coding and marking solutions, Macsa ID has launched its first ever small character thermal inkjet (TIJ) printer. With the Barcelona-based company’s well proven, proprietary marking software and intuitive, user-friendly design, the new idTIJ is particularly suited to high resolution, high-speed printing applications in the food, pharmaceutical, personal care and beverage industries.

Macsa’s exciting new idTIJ printer boasts a series of key features which combine to make it one of the best TIJ options on the market. The machine’s innovative design also ensures flexible and easy integration into existing production lines with maximum uptime.