Macsa’s laser systems were chosen because the laser coding unit was capable of provide reliable coding on the tag. It was also provided an operator friendly handling system for the tag that holds and guides it through a fully enclosed class 1 coding system. The solution proposed was dust resistant, user friendly and easy to use.
Dust Free: We designed a fully enclosed system that utilises the air outlet on the Extractor to pass 100% recyclable air around the laser and control panel, giving the system a completely dust free rating in a high dust environment.
User Friendly: A touch Screen with exclusive Kwiklok tag specific Operator interface was designed to give the operator full flexibility on the production line to carry out any adjustments required to move and change the code without having to stop the production line.
Easy to Use: We designed the trolley to incorporate the control panel and extractor which also includes the recycling of the air from the extractor back into the laser and control panel.
Application: Printing on bakery tag closure
Substrate: Plastic Tag, 7 colours, 1 for each day of the week
Laser system: 8 x F-9010 Pulsed fiber laser
Lens: 60x60 mm
Message: 5 lines of print with 27 mixed sized characters, 2 – 5mm high. Printing up to 70 Tags a minute with a printing time of 0,6 s
About TIP TOP BAKERIES
Tip Top® Bakeries started after World War 2 with the amalgamation of several small bakeries in NSW and Victoria. Proudly a part of the George Weston Foods Limited group of companies the company continued to grow through re-building existing bakeries and acquiring new bakeries throughout Australia, New Zealand and China.
In the past 50 years the company has developed some much-loved household brand names including Sunblest®, 9Grain™, UP™ and Tip Top® as well as other well-known brands of Golden®, Bürgen®, Abbott’s Village Bakery™ and Bazaar®. Tip Top® bread has been enjoyed by generations of Australians and it is the most recognizable food brand in Australia and a true Australian icon.