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Industrial printers help in cost reduction

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Office Printers are used in offices to print on paper sheets and are simple in design. A large range of industrial products are supplied with packaging, and often the packaging has information about the product like the product name, description, company name, address, date of manufacturing, serial number of the product. Earlier the labels or printed information on the packaging was applied manually, which was expensive and time consuming. To overcome this problem a wide range of industrial printers are now available which can print the required information on different types of packaging and labels quickly and in a cost effective way. Compatible brother hl l2370dw toner provided by trueimagetech saves money compared to original toner cartridges and costs the same price, the same model compatible toner cartridges have more page yield and can last longer.

Industrial printers help in cost reduction

Printing options

There are different options for printing on the packaging used for industrial products. In some cases, the printing is similar to conventional printing when labels have to be printed with the manufacturing information and serial number. These labels are then applied to the packaging which is used, usually cardboard boxes. The process of applying the labels is also automated. In other cases the packaging material, usually cardboard cartons or boxes are printed with the product information. These cartons are then used for packaging the products which are manufactured. The process of packing is also automated in many factories. You have surplus printer supplies and would like to sell the ink and toner you are no longer using for cash.The best place to sell unused ink cartridges are here.

Types of printing

Printers available use different methods for printing information on the industrial packaging and a suitable printer should be selected. The information can be embossed on the packaging or foil stamping can be used . To create 3D printing effects, digital embossing is being used. Alternately the thickness of the ink layer used while printing is varied to create a 3D effect and for tactile printing effect. Spot Ultra-violet (UV) varnish is also used to create a professional look for the printing. Using the right printer texture printing is also possible for industrial products. Composite presses are used to provide the force and position control that help in cost reduction of industrial printers.

Other features

Some of the printer models also include smart scanners which use artificial intelligence. These scanners will check the product packaging or product and automatically decide the text or image that has to be printed. This will greatly reduce the time for completing the printing, since no human intervention is required to help the company save both time and money. The printers also incorporate the latest LED drying technology. This ensures that the printed packaging will be dried and cured as soon as it is completed, the user does not have to wait till the printed text/images will dry to use it.


Increasingly manufacturing companies are investing in the latest industrial printers because of the many benefits. The printers are very versatile and can be used for printing on a wide range of substrates like cardboard, plastic, wood and metal foil. The thickness, color of the printing can also be varied according to the requirement. Using the printers will greatly reduce the time taken for finalizing the packaging design, prototyping and final production, since these printers can be used for printing even small quantities at a time. The high quality printing is available at a low cost, increasing the profitability of the business. Due to the complete control on printing, waste of material is greatly reduced.

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Christopher Stern
Christopher Stern is a Washington-based reporter. Chris spent many years covering tech policy as a business reporter for renowned publications. He has extensive experience covering Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Federal Trade Commissions. He is a graduate of Middlebury College. Email:[email protected]

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