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Outstanding Modular Stand

Outstanding Modular Stand      

By Chris Pangallo, CIJ and Laser Product Manager                                                          


To achieve best quality printing with Linx Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) printers, accurate and stable printhead placement is critical. Additionally, there are several production line specific requirements to consider before selecting the proper mounting accessories to secure both the printer and printhead.  These requirements include:

·        Equipment needs to withstand wash-down

·        Equipment needs to be mounted to a wall to keep walkways clear

·        Equipment needs to be bolted to the floor for ultimate stability

·        Equipment needs to be flexible with quick and easy change over to different positions

 on the same production line

·        Equipment needs to be easily moved from one production line to another

·        Equipment needs to accommodate accessories such as alarm beacons and wash stations

·        Equipment needs to store fluids inventory


Linx meets all of these requirements with their new Haltbar range of printer mounting, introduced with the launch of Linx model 8900 CIJ. The Haltbar mounting is modular, providing the flexibility to meet both current and future application needs, and allows for fixed or mobile applications.


In addition to their ability to address the specific location and flexibility needs of a production line, they are built to withstand the rigors of the production environment.  The stands are formed of 304 grade 1.6mm stainless steel and other tough materials for maximum durability. 


At Diagraph, we are dedicated in solving your coding and labeling challenges. Diagraph has been assisting customers for over 120 years improving production line efficiencies with simple, reliable, cost-effective coding and labeling solutions. Contact us to learn more about the Linx product line. Visit us at www.diagraph.com or contact us at 800.722.1125.

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