Even the plastic itself may differ—from lightweight, flexible PET plastic to its sturdier cousin, HDPE. Even within the same factory, you may find that you need to switch often between printing on polystyrene and polycarbonate plastic resins, each of which requires a different approach.
Finding the right printer and ink combination for your production line is key to cutting costs while preserving the quality of labels and codes. InkJet, Inc. offers both printers and inks that are ideal for inkjet printing on plastic bottles, no matter what your business's particular challenges may be.
Printers and Coders for Inkjet Printing on Plastic Bottles
How many plastic bottles are you printing on per day? How quickly do you need those marks and codes applied? Are you printing on recycled plastic? These kinds of questions need early answers if you are to find a printer that can reliably satisfy your printing needs without costing you more than you should reasonably expect to pay—in terms of upfront costs and upkeep.
Whether you're working in a high-speed, high-volume production environment with extreme humidity and temperatures challenges or in a craft brewery with just a handful of employees and a tabletop conveyor pushing out just a few dozen bottles per hour, you need a robust printer that can minimize downtime and maximize both printing quality and efficiency.
Depending on your particular production environment, consider the following printer options: