NEW! Diagraph LINX 7900 Sets the Standard for Continuous Ink Jet
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NEW! Diagraph LINX 7900 Sets the Standard for Continuous Ink Jet
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St.Louis, MO. . .Diagraph is pleased to introduce the LINX7900 Continuous Ink Jet Coder. With LINXInsight®  remote monitoring, super-long service intervals of up to 18 months or 9,000 hours*,and an 18-month warranty, the new LINX 7900 sets the standard for continuous ink jet. It’s exactly what you want, everything you need, more than you expect!



TheLINX 7900 offers advanced additional features as standard, providing an exceptional value with no hidden costs.


Simple printer control

  • LINX Insight® enables remote monitoring from a smart phone, plus message download and control from a PC.

  • QuickSwitch® software allows simple and accurate code changes using a barcode scanner.

  • USB port means easy transfer of messages between printers.

Lowe strunning costs

  • Intelligent ink system enables up to 9,000 hours* between scheduled service intervals.

  • 18 month warranty* on printer from installation at no extra cost.

  • Mistake-free message editing is provided by customizable on-screen prompts, to reduce coding errors.

*excludesLINX Spectrum/Food Grade Models


Increased production up time

  • Hermetically-sealed print head with no moving parts, no manual adjustments to make.

  • FullFlush® system automatically cleans and dries the print head and conduit at every shutdown.

  • SureFill® enables fast, mistake-free refills every time.


Additional standard features

  • Ethernet port for easy connectivity to the web or factory systems.
  • Prints up to 3 lines of text, logos, barcodes and 2D Data Matrix codes, with 5 line upgrade available.
  • RS232 connectivity for line integration.
  • Connectivity for two product detectors and shaft encoder, for easy installation with conveyors and other equipment.
  • Low fluid consumption with a range of versatile inks, to reduce running costs and emissions.

For more information, call 800-722-1125,send emails to or visit 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  Also, please take a moment to “Like Us” on and 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 labeling systems, and has been in the product identification industry for over 100 years. 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 organization. ITW has 850+ business units in over 50 countries employing nearly 60,000 men and women worldwide.

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