Foenix Coding are exhibiting at the PPMA show at the NEC Birmingham on the 26th – 28th September where we will be showcasing our range of FX ONE printers including our FX ONE Standard printer which is suitable for coding onto cartons eliminating costly labels and pre-printed packaging.
“POUND FOR POUND the FX ONE offers the cheapest box coding equipment on the market”
The FX ONE Standard is a compact industrial inkjet printer offering unbelievable print quality together with the lowest cost per print on the market thanks to an affordable LARGE ink cartridge.
You can easily print label information including use by dates, lot numbers and barcodes directly on to cartons, trays, sacks or other products on a production line.
The FX ONE Remote is perfect for all your product coding applications.
Its unique automatic shutter feature makes it the best alternative to CIJ printers. The auto shutter on the print head ensures that the print remains perfect in both continuous or intermittent applications and harsh environments without operator intervention.
The shutter function will automatically take care of any downtime by providing better protection against physical damage and harsh environments. The long umbilical also makes it ideal for installing in the most inaccessible of places.
Our NEW FX ONE PLUS is a large character inkjet printer offering high resolution coding and marking up to 72mm print height. It offers the perfect alternative to expensive, complex and limited labelling systems.
Typical applications are printing lot numbers, use by dates, text, graphics, 1D and 2D Barcodes (QR Codes – data matrix) and variable data, directly on to boxes, sacks, trays, wooden pallets and more.
Foenix Coding believe that anybody who wants to optimise their production costs needs to focus on the following three points.
1. Cost per print
2. Cost of ownership
3. Cost of capital
All our printers use the same Foenix windows based software “one software for all”, thereby making them very user friendly and easy to operate. Both of which should be music to the Production Departments ears.