|Manresa, october 16th 2013.- MACSA ID, a family-run business providing laser traceability, coding and marking solutions in more than 70 countries, exhibited on October 16th and 17th at Pack & Emballage trade show, which is the biggest showcase in Stockholm (Sweden) of the newest products and trends on the packaging industry.
Pack & Emballage is a trade show bursting with ideas on how to improve, streamline and develop the packaging and production processes. New material, original designs and innovative packagings were showcased at the exhibition in Sweden, where visitors were exclusively presented the innovations in the sector, the most suitable labeling solutions, the most efficient machines and the most commercial designs.
MACSA ID’s products exhibited at the show are:
• iCON: iCON CO2 lasers use no ink. This means very low costs: no consumables budget and no ink system to maintain. And no ink means no mess and a cleaner, more hygienic production environment. Furthermore iCON lasers are intrinsically reliable: that means no breakdowns and low maintenance charges. Now price is no longer a reason not to use a laser for small character coding. iCON lasers delivers top quality performance at a competitive price. They are small and compact and easy to install even in the most difficult locations.
• NANO: NANO YAG lasers are compact and affordable marking lasers. They work with a range of plastic and metal substrates and are used by industrial manufacturers to mark their products. They are also cost competitive with traditional marking technologies.
• K Series: K series CO2 lasers are utility lasers which work with paper, cardboard, glass and a wide range of plastics. They are used by manufacturers of packaged goods and industrial products to code and mark their products. They are easy to use: they use Marca software to code and mark precisely and consistently.
• fLASER: these series are coding lasers used to apply variable information to flexible packaging and other foil, film and plastic coated packaging without damaging the substrate. They are cost-effective and high quality alternatives to other technologies. fLASER systems respond to the need of companies to reduce coding costs, reduce plastic waste and enable continuous operation.