Printing the same information on your cartons, but want something simple and easy to use? Looking for an alternative to expensive ink jet systems? The HP200 offers a quick way to print your messages and is human powered.
These coders are a great, long-lasting solution for applying date codes, lot numbers, and other product information on porous surfaces. This can be a low cost alternative to automatic coding via Ink Jet systems. Print drums accommodate RIBtype rubber printing letters, numbers, and logo dies. (Call / Email for logo info).
The indexing model starts the print impression at the same place each time by indexing the wheel the start at the same point.
The HP200 is constructed out of precision machined, anodized aluminum components for a durable & lightweight device. The print area is 2" x 9.1". The indexing model means this printer wheel will return to a set position when lifted off of the printing surface. Without an indexing mechanism, the wheel spins freely. Check out the non-indexing model if print placement doesn't matter.
Standard printer comes with the HP-100RM Porous Microcell Ink Roller dry. If you want the XF Neoprene ink roller, make sure to select it at the time of purchase. Click the support tab for inking instructions based on the roller you select.
Microcell vs XF Neoprene Roller
- Microcell Ink Rolls are the standard ink roller shipped with Universal Hand Printers, and are made from reticulated urethane foam. This material is one of the most durable ink roll materials available, and with proper care should last in excess of one year before replacement becomes necessary. Microcell rolls should be inked with Universal No. 1150 porous coder ink only. It is extremely important to follow the inking instructions or roll performance will be adversely affected.
- XF Neoprene Ink Rolls are made from an extra firm density neoprene material. While not quite as durable as Microcell, the extremely fine cell structure of these rolls provides exceptionally good print quality, particularly when using small character printing dies. Due to their greater ability to compensate for slight die thickness variations, these rolls are also recommended to correct print quality problems when multiple lines of text are required.
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