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LINX FSL20 and FSL50

Key Benefits

• Laser tube life of over 100,000 hours – less downtime
• Fine spot size for high quality codes
• Two beam orientation options allows coding in any direction
• Choice of 4 lenses for codes tailored to your requirements
• Compact marking head for easy integration into moving and static lines
• Internal air cooling system for increased efficiency and less maintenance
• Quick message creation reduces time spent on setup and changeovers
• Extremely efficient use of the laser with no compromise on code quality or speed

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    We offer a full range of beverage coders designed to meet the challenges faced by the beverage industry every day such as coding onto wet bottles without sacrificing high line speeds and robust traceability.

    Whether you’re coding best before or manufacturing dates, traceability codes, or anti-counterfeit/brand protection marks onto bottle caps, cartons, cans or plastics – we can meet your specific needs.

    Laser Coders – fast, non-contact solution for permanent beverage packaging applications.

    • Environment challenges e.g. coding on wet surfaces or wash down environments
    • Stricter industry standards and laws to protect consumers
    • Major supermarkets and distributors insisting trading partners/ manufacturers follow their specific labelling, coding and quality rules

    The confectionery industry is changing. The trend towards recloseable bags or tubs of bite-sized chocolate has brought demand for different types of plastic pack, in addition to the traditional paper or card outer wrapper of the chocolate bar or box.
    Manufacturers and packers now need to be increasingly nimble as they switch production, machinery and staff between lines, in this environment mistakes are expensive, both in terms of downtime and wasted product. Coding and marking equipment plays a small but vital role in this process – reliability and versatility are crucial.

    Code requirements may be simple and driven by legislation – usually a best-before or use by date, batch code or other identifier. But stringent food regulations and the importance consumers place on accurate labeling information mean this is something no manufacturer can afford to get wrong.

    Laser Coders – fast, non-contact solution offers permanent, high quality batch coding of confectionery packaging on a wide range of materials
    Large Character Printers – a cost-effective alternative to labels and pre-printed boxes, ideal for secondary packaging. 

    Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) – provide non-contact, high speed coding capabilities and easy to use interfaces for quick, error-free code changes

    Manufacturers in the personal care industry often produce a wide range of products in an equally wide range of packaging formats. This diversity of packaging is influenced by factors such as size polarisation from small travel size or tester pots through to larger, economical packs, niche branding to achieve standout in an increasingly crowded market, or catering for ageing populations needing adapted packaging such as easy-grip containers.

    We provide flexible, cost-effective solutions that deliver quality code and full traceability across a variety of different pack formats and material types to help you meet your customers’ needs, comply with legislation and reduce overall production costs.

    Our CIJLaser and Large Character Printing solutions can help maximise uptime between multiple SKUs with quick, error-free code changeovers while line setups can be stored and retrieved for repeat work. 

    Whether you are involved in secondary or primary packaging coding and marking, our coders make it possible for you to print virtually anywhere on your package, in any orientation, and onto a wide range of substrates.

    Our packaging printers offer easy integration onto your existing lines, setup of codes is intuitive, and a selection of our coders have been designed to be quickly moved to where you need them. Support for a full range of code formats including text, variable dates, and quality graphics and logos, maximises the coding options for contract packers who need to meet their customers’ stringent packaging printing requirements.

    • Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) inks for a range of materials – from paper and card to plastic and packaging films
    • Thermal Ink Jet (TIJ) coding for primary and secondary packaging. High quality coding and a clean alternative to roller coders and valvejet systems
    • Laser Coders – for permanent packaging coding – ideal for high value goods, anti-counterfeiting and high speed lines
    • Large Character Coders – high resolution coding for large character printing onto secondary packaging – save costs by replacing labels or pre-printed packaging

    A rise in health-conscious yet time-poor consumers are influencing current trends in the dairy industry, as such batch printing of dairy products needs to be flexible to cope with the expanding range of product packaging types. In addition, reliable operation in wet production environments is key, especially on fast-moving lines producing products with a short shelf life, where time to market is short and profit margins can be low.

    Whether coding onto flexible film, carton bricks or PET bottles, Linx printers are designed to be reliable, robust and to deliver accurate, durable codes on the widest range of packaging materials, ensuring you meet coding regulations and maximise your production efficiencies.

    Our CIJ , Laser and Large Character Printing solutions can help maximise uptime between multiple SKUs with quick, error-free code changeovers while line setups can be stored and retrieved for repeat work. Drive your OEE with built-in, real-time output measurement features providing clear, on- or off-target alerts. Our self-cleaning printheads ensure clean startups, first time every time, and deliver consistent code quality while self-servicing and quick, clean cartridge refills keep downtime to a minimum.

    The electronics industry requires coding and marking solutions suitable for the complex, and often delicate, manufacture of circuit boards, electronic components, and wires.

    Our CIJ printers deliver robust traceability solutions to ensure manufacturers can keep track of inventory during every step of the manufacturing process, including water-soluble and pigmented Linx inks for either temporary or permanent electronic marking on circuit boards and components of every size. Even wiring can be coded effectively.

    Linx CIJ coders allow you to code lines as small as 1.4 mm. Laser coders can go even smaller – as little as 0.8 mm. Even the smallest of electronic components can be legibly coded with one of our CIJ or laser solutions.

    Coding and marking solutions for extrusions need to deliver flexibility to meet the variety of materials manufacturers might produce. Linx digital coders provide quick and simple code changes – less downtime compared to contact printing systems, while clear coding meets industry and international code standards.

    Whether you are looking for simple product name or logo, part number, or international standards marking, Linx systems offer versatile coding to include the printing of logos, text, and large codes for extrusions. Our products can deliver accurate code placement anywhere you need it, onto a range of substrates including plastics and rubber.

    We can help to lower costs through quick and accurate code change overs, reducing scrappage, and ease-of-use ensuring less manual errors and therefore downtime.

    Our coding and marking solutions for printing directly onto food include dedicated printers using Linx food grade inks for coding onto ingestible food packages and products. Linx food printing systems are complete solutions which quickly and cost effectively resolve food product markings needs.

    Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) – perhaps the most cost-effective choice for food marking and coding, a wide range of food-grade inks available from Linx contain only edible raw materials, meaning that you can safely print onto food products with solutions that conform to US and EU regulations. Renowned for their reliability and clean operation, and are flexible enough to cope with long hours of product identification onto food and packaging.

    The UAE meat sector is a hugely significant and important part of the food industry and also meat processing and manufacturing plants.  At a time when the meat processing industry is getting itself into shape for the future, selecting the right coding and marking equipment can play a significant part in ensuring that processors are ready for the opportunities lying ahead.

    With changing regulations on the traceability of meat; evolving packaging materials to meet increasing environmental concerns, and opportunities for differentiation in packaging to reflect premium products – it essential that your coding meets legal requirements, as well as supporting your production targets.

    The modern pharmaceuticals industry uses high-speed production lines requiring fast printers and coders that must keep up. Our CIJ and laser coders can be installed in any high-speed production line without compromising quality. The ability to code in any orientation makes installation simple with minimal impact on your existing workflows. Long flexible CIJ conduits allow printhead positioning into most production line setups, whilst articulated arms and compact marking heads on our lasers make integration into your pharmaceutical line quicker than most, reducing your downtime and the need for retro-engineering of your production line to accommodate new coders.

    Ensure that your pharmaceutical coding solutions are within the requirements of the EU Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) – consider the best technologies for your production environment, product, and complexity of code.

    Coding and marking in the ready meals and frozen foods sector places multiple demands on your equipment. Cold, dry and washdown environments bring with them the risk of water ingress to your production equipment, affecting their reliability and risking downtime. With margins already tight, you can help protect your line against downtime with the right choice of coder.

    Increasing diversification of packaging shapes and materials, from plastic tubs and bags to card sleeves and cartons, are helping manufacturers achieve shelf stand-out in a growing industry. 

    Ready-meals and frozen food manufacturers across the world choose Linx printers for their ease of use, versatility, and reliability. We support our customers’ Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) by reducing downtime and maximising their production line efficiencies.

    The snack food industry is changing as on-the-move snacks grow in popularity, and recent legislation developments mean there is an increased need for messaging and branding on Retail Ready Packing (RRP) such as boxes and shelf packaging. Coded information on RRP should include expiry date details and batch codes for traceability.
    Snack foods manufacturers need to be increasingly flexible in order to avoid costly downtime. Our Linx TJ725 coder saves time by being easy to install straight out of the box. 

     Our range of Linx 8900 CIJ printers are self-service, and the Linx TJ725 coder combines ink and printhead in one cartridge, which makes it cleaner and easier to replace, further lowering your costs. Low maintenance coders can save your business a lot of downtime, whilst their ability to print both primary and secondary codes saves time and money.

    Linx provides high speed cable marking and wire printing solutions that code accurately using small characters for reliable traceability and product identification, even onto fibre optic cables.

    Built-in reliability also means less downtime on your line, as Linx’s non contact cable and wire coders function quickly and effectively – enabling you to keep up with high speed cabling production.

    If you’re looking for faster changeover times then our digital wire coders provide the capability to deliver quick and simple changes to code with even less downtime. And codes will be clear and precise on a range of materials, in order to meet internationally set wire and cable coding standards.

    Our range of high-speed, micro-character, Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) printing and laser marking solutions offer a broad range of options for the reliable marking of tobacco products, be it discreet, anti-counterfeiting marking measures or the high-speed coding of complex messaging.

    Marking product packaging allows tobacco manufacturers to protect their reputation and guard against counterfeit products. Our UV-readable CIJ inks are durable but discreet, making it easy to add subtle anti-counterfeit marking to tobacco packaging.

    The tobacco industry is highly competitive, with tobacco brands often requiring complex coding and fast output in order to stay ahead. Keep up with demand by choosing one of our high-speed CIJ coders, like the Linx 8940.

    Equip your bottling and packaging line with coding and labelling solutions that are reliable, easy to operate and highly versatile – even in high-speed, wet environments. Our solutions have the power to change the way you work.  

    With our advanced range of coding, labelling and inspection technologies, and our deep expertise in the water bottling industry, you have everything you need to streamline your processes and increase your bottom line. 
    From high-speed lines to wet environments, we can help you implement the right labelling and coding technology for your unique business needs. And because our technologies are easy to use and highly adaptable, you have everything you need to improve efficiency and drive your bottom line. 

    We offer expert product identification solutions for plastic marking including inks for enhanced adhesion, specifically designed to adhere to printing on a wide variety of plastics such as PVC, nylon , OPP, PP and PE.

    Our pigmented inks are ideal for high contrast coding and marking of light or dark materials such as plastic cables or extrusions. Pigmented inks retain their clarity for years, even if the printed plastic products are stored outside.

    The range of Linx metal marking inks covers most product identification applications. Linx Thermochromic inks penetrate oily surfaces, remain indelible and undergo a permanent colour change making them suitable for containers undergoing sterilisation process after coding and Automotive coding for components that require codes for internal traceability. Linx removable inks for coding returnable containers or internal traceability for example, beer barrels.

    All Linx Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) printers and Linx printing inks are suitable for printing onto paper and cardboard printing. Our range of inks include fast drying Linx printing inks for high speed lines, coloured inks to enhance product packaging, and Ethanol inks for low odour requirements.

    Linx laser coder solutions for coding onto paper and card include scribing laser coders for quality coding – from 10W to powerful 60W systems for high speed lines and high speed label coding systems designed specifically for the brewing and bottling industry.

    We have a range of printing technologies and solutions for coding and marking on to both wet and dry glass. Whether you require an indelible identification code, or one that can be removed before re-use, Linx has the product identification glass marking solution for you.

    Whether you are looking to print onto glass using adhesive inks, or etch directly into the surface of the glass, Linx has the printing solutions capable to complete any such work.

    The Linx 7900 Spectrum provides a reliable and expert printer for coding with high opacity inks onto rubber. Our range of pigmented inks for Linx ink jet printers are outstanding with expert adhesion printing precise code for long lasting product identification when rubber printing.

    Our printers are designed to be efficient and reliable in the most difficult of production environments. 

    Our coding and marking solutions for printing directly onto food include dedicated printers using Linx food grade inks for coding onto ingestible food packages and products. 
    Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) – perhaps the most cost-effective choice for food marking and coding, a wide range of food-grade inks available from Linx contain only edible raw materials, meaning that you can safely print onto food products with solutions that conform to US and EU regulations. 

    Our coders are designed to help you overcome the challenges of ice and water in your processing environment, providing codes that are legible, indelible and fully compliant. Batch codes, barcodes, date codes or any other kind of code; we have the most efficient, cost-effective coding solution for your business. 
    Labelling frozen foods is made easy with our broad range of labelling technologies. Whether you want to apply pre-printed labels or print and apply labels onto your frozen food products, our solutions will ensure your labels adhere to the product in the wet processing conditions. 

    Superior quality codes at some of the fastest speeds available on the market.

    The Linx SLHP is a high power, 120 W CO2 laser which can code accurately at high speeds – for example in excess of 70,000 bottles per hour on high speed beverage production lines. The high power allows many different materials to be marked quickly and permanently –including traditionally hard-to-mark substrates such as glass, rubber and PET.


    Easy to integrate into production
    • Compact design and flexible laser head – easy integration into OEM machines, and both static or moving workflows
    • Small marking head and supply unit enables fast integration maximising uptime
    • Two beam orientation options:standard or with a Beam Turning Unit for 90° rotation – for coding in any orientation
    • Air-cooled lasers which can be placed where they are needed, and not near factory air source or a bulky water-cooled system.
    Complete traceability – on more materials
    • Linx FSL20 and FSL50 fibre lasers produce permanent codes on a wide range of materials, including metal, plastics and packaging foils
    • Extremely fine spot size and well-refined beam quality produces consistently high quality codes – ideal for marking smaller products, promotional codes or anti counterfeiting, or large amounts of information into small areas
    • Unrestricted coding applications mark a range of fonts, codes and graphics over multiple lines – meeting your coding needs now and in the future
    Low maintenance for less downtime
    • Built for reliability – the laser source lasts more than 100,000 hours
    • IP54-rated so marking heads can be used in a wide range of environments
    • Air-cooled for extra energy efficiency, with none of the leaks or extra maintenance associated with water-cooled lasers
    • LinxDraw software included – message creation is quick and easy, saving time on product setup and changeovers.

    Printing Capability

    • High quality codes
    • Large area marking capability
    • Simple alphanumeric codes
    • Multi-line codes
    • GS1
    • Bar codes
    • 2D Data Matrix
    • Accurate reproduction of complex graphics, logos, symbols
    • Multi-line
    • Large area marking
    • Barcodes
    • Complex graphics/logos
    • Data Matrix
    • Stationary marking
    • 2D codes
    • On-the-fly marking
    • Vertical marking
    • Long messages

    Language capabilities

     – Linx (Draw UI)
    Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish,
    French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean,
    Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese,
    Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak,
    Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese,
    Turkish, Ukranian

    Physical Characteristics

    Material:Painted sheet metal housing
    Weight – marking unit/supply unit:8kg / 19kg
    Laser head protection class:IP54
    Conduit length:2.7m
    Minimum bend radius of conduit:60 mm
    Head mounting options:90-degree (standard)
    and straight-out (option)
    Cooling system:Air cooled with automatic
    overheat detection
    Supply voltage / frequency:Auto selection range
    100 to 240 V / 50/60 Hz (auto range)
    Maximum power consumption:500 VA
    Operating temperature range:10 – 40° C
    Humidity range:10% to 90% relative humidity,

    External interfaces

    Encoder inputs:Dual channel, 24 V, hard wire.
    CHA; CHB; Index
    Product sensor input:Single, PNP only. 24 V,
    hard wire
    Ethernet (to PC):RJ45 connector (100 Mb/s)
    Customer interface:Input and output signals
    are 0 V or +24 V
    Input signals:Start Marking; Stop Marking;
    Shutdown; Shutter Lock; External Interlock;
    Exhaust error; Error Confirm; Filter Full; Error
    Status Customer; Job Select (8-bit parallel
    inputs); External Event (job selection strobe)
    Output signals:Ready to Mark; Laser Ready;
    Marking; Shutter Closed; Exhaust On; Error;
    Bad; Good; PC Connected; Acknowledge
    (confirms successful job selection)
    Bi-directional signals:RS-232 (TXD, RXD,
    CTS, RTS)
    Mains power connection:IEC mains cable
    socket allowing changeable country-specific
    cable and plugs
    Control:LinxDraw® software
    Regulatory approvals

    Marking Formats

    Standard fonts (Windows® TrueType®/TTF;
    PostScript®/PFA, PFB; OpenType®/OTF)
    Individual fonts such as high-speed or OCR
    Machine-readable codes:
    Bar codes:BC25,BC25I, BC39, BC93, EAN 8,
    EAN 13, BC128, EAN 128, Postnet, SCC14,
    Data matrix 2D codes:ECCOOO, ECC050,
    ECC080, ECC100, ECC140, ECC200, ECC
    Graphics/graphic components, logos, symbols,
    etc. (the most common file formats such as DXF,
    JPG, AI can be imported)
    Linear, circular, angular text marking; rotation,
    reflection, expansion, compression of marking
    Sequence and serial numbering; automatic date,
    layer, time coding, real-time clock; online coding
    of individual data (weight, contents, etc.)

    Four focussing lenses for a wider range of working distances
    Focal length   
    Working Distance (mm)  
    Max Width (mm)   
    Max Height (mm)  
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