EBS Ink-Jet Systeme has made the world’s first hand-held portable inkjet printer and is now available for the U.S. market through Riverside Paper Co.
The fully versatile, cable-free HANDJET® EBS 250 signals a new era in portable, hand-held ink-jet coding — replacing antiquated hand coders, such as stencil machines, stamps, and roll coders which are laborious and expensive in use and problematic with ink management, according to a news release.
The HandJet EBS-250 weighs just less than 2 pounds and features a printhead with electromagnetic valves. It’s battery-operated and radio controlled, making it both cost-efficient and cost-effective.
With its patented print technology, the unit improves and economizes ink management to make traditional manual coding methods like stencil marking, hand stamps and roll coders virtually obsolete. By using solvent-based inks in an array of colors, the HandJet EBS-250 provides fast, clean printing on a variety of corrugated materials, in addition to metal, glass and plastic substrates. The unit’s high-volume inkjet cartridge efficiently provides up to 100,000 characters with a dot matrix of 7×5.
The HandJet EBS-250 makes durable and legible prints on a variety of types of surface, smooth, porous and also uneven surfaces of irregular shapes, such as pipes, barrels, bags, boxes, construction materials.
Furthermore, the device uses a simple Microsoft™ Windows®-based program to format and transmit messages that are easily created on a personal computer.
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