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Allen's new nano range

03 April 2012

Allen Coding Systems has announced the launch of its new range of NANO laser coders. The competitively priced NANO F fibre laser coder and the NANO D YAG laser coder are both compact, versatile units designed for industrial coding applications on a wide range of hard-to-mark materials.

Scott Wilson, Regional Sales Manager and laser coding specialist at Allen Coding Systems explains: “We are continually looking at ways of developing technology in order to make it more affordable for customers. The new NANO range is the most competitively priced of its type on the market and sits well with our ongoing strategy for growth in both existing and untapped markets.”

The NANO F brings Fibre technology to many manufacturers who would previously have found the cost of this type of laser coder prohibitive. This revolution in laser technology has the ability to print on a wide variety of substrates from films and foils to metals and plastics, and is ideally suited to marking automotive parts, medical instruments and implants, electronic components and confectionery films.

Programmable via a PC, hand held terminal or external touchscreen, it is easy to integrate into existing production processes and simple to install and set up. Plus, there is no need for consumables.

Optional Marca software enables the printing of permanent complex, variable data, such as two dimensional codes, logos, symbols, high resolution images, serial numbers, individual data and graphics, onto both moving and stationary items, on an area measuring up to 200mm².

The more compact NANO D offers all the features of the F model within a much smaller footprint, which is fully self-contained in one cabinet.

Traditionally aimed at very heavy duty applications, Allen’s revolutionary Nano D offers the flexibility to be incorporated anywhere that metals, foils or plastics require indelible marking offering a reliable, quick and economical coding solution.

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