Videojet Launches New Laser Marking Systems for Pharma Industry

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The series’ marking heads help deliver codes to support both product traceability and anti-counterfeiting efforts.

Videojet 3350 CO2 laser series. Image Credit: Videojet

Videojet 3350 CO2 laser series. Image Credit: Videojet

In response to manufacturers’ demands for laser marking solutions, Videojet Technologies, a company that specializes in exactly that, has added to its range of CO2 lasers with the introduction of the Videojet 3350 and Videojet 3350 Smart Focus 30-watt CO2 laser marking systems. The lasers are designed to mark sharp, complex codes at high speeds for the food, beverage, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, packaging, and extrusion industries.

Manufacturers who mark on products and packaging of varying sizes and who perform frequent product changeovers require flexible coding and marking systems to keep production lines running efficiently. The new Videojet 3350 laser’s flexible marking head includes 32 standard beam delivery options, while the 3350 Smart Focus laser’s marking head provides 0-90° rotation without the need for additional parts.

Both new Videojet 3350 series lasers offer high-speed marking capabilities to print text, bar codes, graphics and other information at speeds up to 2,000 characters per second. The high-resolution marking head delivers permanent codes to support product traceability and anti-counterfeiting.

“We know that manufacturers are facing new and ever-changing production challenges, and they need high-performance lasers to meet their increasing production requirements,” notes Letizia Caselle, Videojet’s business unit director. “With the innovative features of the new 3350 CO2 Smart Focus laser system, users can now mark different sized products or on multiple levels on the same product without needing to adjust the laser. Fewer manual adjustments result in more uptime and higher throughput for today’s production environments.”

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