A manufacturer required a use-by date and batch code printed on carton endflaps.
An unvarnished "knockout" area meant the customer was able to use the standard water-based ink cartridges, therefore even further reducing the already low printer maintenance.
The cartons were required to be printed in a flattened state, before being filled, which required the unit to be installed printing from the top down. This is achieved with a simple add-on - the top coding extension bracket.
Coding in this manner provides a much faster changeover time for codes than using the customer's previous stamping machine and the carton throughput is also significantly improved.