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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%.

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.

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.

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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