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Visy Technology Systems


Website: http://www.visytech.com
Email: steve.jowett@visytech.com
Phone: 03 9358 8400
Fax: 03 9358 8416
Address:
2/74 Mason Street , Campbellfield VIC 3061 (Directions)

Products

Hitachi LM-C300 Laser Marker

The Hitachi LM-C300 is designed to handle marking applications across multiple types of packaging materials including paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, rigid plastics, flexible foils and films.

Hitachi UX-H140W inkjet printer

The Hitachi UX-H140W inkjet printer is suitable for marking beverage containers on high-speed bottling lines.

SIG combiLink information management solution

By connecting every machine in a filling line, SIG's combiLink collects unlimited data and shows it in preconfigured or personally designed reports.

SIG Heat&Go microwaveable carton for hot drinks

SIG's Heat&Go aseptic carton pack is aluminium free and can be heated in the microwave in a vending machine, store, cafe, home or office.

HM Systems Linerfree labeller

The HM Systems Linerfree is a print-and-apply labelling system that eliminates the waste associated with traditional die-cut type print-and-apply labelling.

Hitachi RXHD low-solvent printer

The Hitachi RXHD printer is claimed to halve solvent use by up to 50% and increase its marking rate by around 10%.

Label printing software

Nicelabel labelling software features over 50 drivers for commercially available local or network-connected label printers, including Visytech’s range of CAB printers.

Thermal transfer/direct label printer

The Mach4 Label Printer utilises direct thermal printing and thermal transfer printing through the use of inked ribbons. Three basic models are available: Mach4-B with label tear-off plate, version P with additional label dispensing, and version C with tear-off plate and label cutter. Three print heads with resolutions of 203, 300 and 600 dpi are offered and these are interchangeable.

News

Maple water company chooses wood-based packaging

With a product positioning built around natural health and environmental responsibility, it made sense to Drink Maple to package its product in carton packs manufactured from approximately 75% wood, a renewable resource.

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