Extrusion has been a staple of global manufacturing since the late 1700s. Used to make everything from plastic tubing to metal pipes, extrusion remains one of today’s most important production methods. Despite extrusion’s enduring popularity, however, placing codes on them can remain a challenge.
Extrusion facilities are often home to several challenging environmental factors, including:
- Extreme temperatures
- High humidity
- Airborne dust
- Oil presence
All of these elements have the potential to damage unprotected coding hardware and smear codes—two complications that can cause long periods of downtime.
To keep your extrusion facility efficient, it’s important to have a marking solution that you can rely on day-in and day-out. That’s why InkJet, Inc. offers a variety of marking technologies that are well-suited for extrusion environments.
If you’re looking for a new system for coding plastic and metal extrusions, here’s what InkJet, Inc. can do for you.