print bar

print bar

n.
A mechanism in a printing device that carries the template of the final form of the alphanumeric characters to be printed.
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iTech StitchLink--Automated Stitching of Printheads inside ONE print bar.
The new technology comprises over 200,000 nozzles on a stationary print bar and covers the width of the page
The unique G-Series printers can print bar codes, Datamatrix codes, graphics and text onto a variety of porous and semi-porous surfaces.
The ministry plans to print bar codes on the textbooks to help us identify schools that are selling textbooks.
Inkjet printing systems are typically integrated with case tapers, allowing users to print bar codes, logos and other product information on the box in a single pass as it is being sealed.
BellMark offers many in-line printing technologies including Thermal Transfer, flexographic, Reciprocating Ink Coders, and Inkjet, all of which satisfy requirements to print bar codes, lot/ exp codes, date codes, graphics and variable data directly onto packaging substrates.
Rubber mixers can print bar codes that identify the bag and any descriptive information, including dates and product names, all on the same label.
The machine uses a unique computer generated printing stencil to print bar codes, logos and text directly on filled cases.
Many companies print bar codes on all their product packages or labels, so for many retailers and wholesalers much of the work already is done.
The use of unique test codes allows simple, fast and repetitive testing and the unit is also able to both read and print bar codes for the high-speed identification of products and appropriate test parameters.
The new technology includes over two lakh nozzles on a stationary print bar and spans the width of page.
iTech StitchLink--Automated Stitching of Printheads Automated printhead alignment & image stitching using micro-motor controller technology inside ONE print bar.