Baked Goods and Cereals Food Packaging Printers

When your ovens are on, your packaging printers need to be running too.

In the baked goods industry, Videojet can solve virtually any coding and marking challenge.

Whatever you’re baking – from bread and cookies to cakes and cereals – and wherever you need to accurately code information – from bread bags and pouches to cartons and cases – partnering with Videojet offers you key efficiency, operational and financial advantages.

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Applications

Overview

Fluid based, non-contact printing of up to five lines of text, linear and 2D bar codes, or graphics, printed on a variety of packaging types including stationary packaging via traversing systems.

Prints and places labels of various sizes on multiple package types. 

Fluid based, non-contact printing of up to five lines of text, linear and 2D bar codes, or graphics, printed on a variety of packaging types including stationary packaging via traversing systems.

Ink-based, non-contact printing using heat and surface tension to move ink onto a package surface. Generally used to print 2D DataMatrix and other bar codes.

A beam of infrared light focused and steered with a series of carefully controlled small mirrors to create marks where the heat of the beam interacts with the packaging surface.

Ink-based, non-contact printing of multiple data types (alphanumeric, logos and bar codes) in large sizes primarily used for secondary packaging such as cases.

Line Integrations

Bread Bagger

The use of preformed bread bags lends itself to a select group of coding technologies. The simple solution is to integrate on your conveyor to allow for bag marking after each product has been sealed and closed.

 

The type of closure you use determines whether it is possible to print on it and what technology should be chosen to perform the task. For optimal results, the printer should be integrated directly with the closure system.

Continuous inkjet (CIJ)

Fluid based, non-contact printing of up to five lines of text, linear and 2D bar codes, or graphics, printed on a variety of packaging types including stationary packaging via traversing systems.

Thermal Transfer Overprinting (TTO)

A digitally controlled printhead precisely melts ink from a ribbon directly onto flexible films to provide high resolution, real-time prints.

Laser Marking Systems

A beam of infrared light focused and steered with a series of carefully controlled small mirrors to create marks where the heat of the beam interacts with the packaging surface.

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Brochures

Baked Goods and Cereal Brochure

Low-odor and low-VOC coding solutions for odor-sensitive applications