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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This feature includes the ability to print bar codes and variable data, with the precise registration that is expected from TrojanLabel presses.
A spokesperson for the agriculture department says pesticide manufacturing firms have been told to print bar code on their products and the step has been declared mandatory to curb supply of spurious drugs in the market.
Its Archer print bar contains 43 print elements, giving a printing width of 1850mm.
With an optional module, it can print bar code labels in a customer-specified format.
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."
A faux-fur Leopard Print Bar Stool, pounds 159.85 from Drinkstuff, is gloriously kitsch and could be an ideal perch as you sup a pint while watching a big match!
The continuous inkjet equipment is specifically designed for this application, using a print engine from Inca Digital Printers with Spectra SE-128 heads in a standard Inca print bar. These have been integrated with a high-end web transport from Alpha Converters.
"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.
Some manufacturers also print bar codes and use lasers to etch coding onto the button and shell during the filling process.