Schrozberg Dairy marks trays easily and cleanly with the ResMark 5000
The Schrozberg Dairy is using the Diagraph ResMark 5000 large character printer to cost-effectively and cleanly mark trays for yogurt pots.
The Schrozberg dairy was looking for a replacement for its aging large character printer. The dairy faced challenges with an outdated large character inkjet printer, including ink spills, poor print quality and frequent manual cleaning of the print head. In addition, the print head had to be cleaned very often by hand with special cleaner. They were also no longer satisfied with the poor print image and complicated operation.
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At Fachpack in September 2022, Schrozberg Dairy’s production manager discovered the large character high-resolution Diagraph ResMark 5000 inkjet system. After agreeing to test the system at their facility, the ResMark 5000 was installed shortly and has since been used to print the production date, best-by date and an automatically generated EAN-13 barcode on yogurt trays. The industrial touchscreen allows tthe dairy to easily create and update print messages.
The ResMark 5000 is designed to print high-resolution print images on porous surfaces such as cardboard, plaster, cellulose or wood. With its robust design, the ResMark 5000 is ideal for use in harsh environments such as dairy production facilities. The system prints texts, codes and graphics up to 4 inches tall per print head with a resolution of up to 300 dpi at a significantly lower cost than traditional labeling methods. Schrozberg Dairy Production Manager Tatjana Yahr said, “We are very satisfied with the ResMark 5000. Gone are the days of ink stains on the floor; the printer works very cleanly, is easy to use and the print image is perfect.
In addition, manual cleaning of the print head is no longer necessary because the printer has an automatic cleaning function. The service at Diagraph is also excellent. Ink orders arrive the very next day.”
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