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European Medical Device Technology, Spring 2014

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emdt.co.uk European Medical Device Technology Spring 2014 | 63 5 6 5 Colour label printer An ink-jet printer from QuickLabel Systems is capable of printing colour labels as large as 8 in. wide and more than 17 in. long with 1200-dpi resolution and at speeds to 8 in./ sec. The Kiaro 200 is intended to satisfy the short-run labelling requirements of manufacturers of large medical devices who need to produce colour labels on demand in-house. It prints on an array of substrates, including gloss paper and polypropylene, yielding durable labels that are ready to use as they exit the printer. The unit automati- cally detects when cleaning is necessary and performs the cleaning automatically. The printer is designed to allow operators to load labels and inks quickly. QuickLabel Systems West Warwick, RI, USA +1 877 757 7978 www.quicklabel.com 6 Anticounterfeiting technology Rollprint Packaging Products offers pro- prietary technology for processing compos- ite flexible packaging materials to support medical device and pharmaceutical com- pany anticounterfeiting efforts. The Ghost process embeds a repeating watermark in the packaging material during normal processing by the packaging company, generally at little or no additional cost. Suited for chevron pouches in which such medical devices as sutures, scalpels or prefilled syringes, are packed, and with blister packs, packets and packaging for security-driven items such as electronic components, the technology is can be used with a variety of material combinations. Rollprint Packaging Products Inc. Addison, IL, USA +1 512 869 6620 www.rollprint.com ES430856_EMDT1405_063.pgs 04.29.2014 03:31 UBM black yellow magenta cyan

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