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For Immediate Release – February 26, 2013 Contact:  Dina Garland, dgarland@diagraph.com,  636.300.2035  

Diagraph…  Delivering Innovative Solutions that You Inspired!


Introducing Diagraph’s newest integrated valve print head that delivers a compact code with sharp definition.  Need to print a simple text, date, time or shift code?  Diagraph’s IV12 dot print head offers up to  ½” print height with speeds, ink types and capabilities to handle a wide variety of coding applications. Designed for both case coding and primary product marking, the IV12 dot produces a compact code with sharp definition. Built to last, the IV12 dot print head is ruggedly made from a durable, sealed aluminum extrusion. Print height is up to ½”, including two lines of stacked print and print speeds up to 650 feet per minute.  The IV12 dot system is capable of running up to 4 print heads from the same easy to use color touch screen controller. The low-cost single head system can be expanded when printing is required on both sides of the product.   Diagraph does not just talk about innovations, outside the box thinking, and high up time reliability, we realize them.  Learn More.   


For more information, call 800-722-1125, send emails to info@diagraph.com or visit www.diagraph.com.  To view videos of our labeling and coding product applications, customer success stories and demonstrations from the trade show booth, please visit YouTube’s Diagraph Channel www.youtube.com/diagraphitw.   Also, please take a moment to “Like Us” on Facebook www.facebook.com/diagraphitw in order to receive announcements and stay in touch with what’s new at Diagraph.


Diagraph, An ITW Company is a leading manufacturer and distributor of marking, coding and la- beling systems and supplies, and has been in the product identification industry for over 100 years. Diagraph’s products include automated labeling systems, LINX continuous ink jet and laser coders, and large character ink jet and thermal jet systems. Acquired by Illinois Tool Works (ITW) in 2001, Diagraph has the resources and financial backing of a multi-billion dollar Fortune 500 or- ganization. ITW has 825+ business units in over 50 countries employing nearly 60,000 men and women worldwide. 

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