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Craft Brewer Looks to Matthews as Single Source Supplier for Marking and Coding


A well-known craft brewer experienced an increase in demand due to a growing craft brew interest and expansion into foreign markets. As a result, the brewer wanted to expand its production capacity, which required updated marking and coding systems on their 12oz. bottles, 750ml. bottles and retail cartons.

Food Ingredient Manufacturer Finds Efficiencies and Cost Savings with MPERIA™ and VIAjet™ T-Series


A well-known food ingredient manufacturer wanted to replace its internal corrugated printing operation. They experienced many problems, including an unused surplus of preprinted boxes, sorting issues, and unnecessary costs on non-productive activities. In addition, the printing cost $40 per thousand boxes and the company used a labeler for smaller production runs, which cost $120 per thousand boxes.

Large Scale Food and Beverage Company Replaces Labels with MPERIA™, Sees ROI Within 6 Months


A well-known food and beverage manufacturer required an in-line, duel-sided printing solution to print label information on two sides of a shipping case. The label format needed to include alpha numeric code information as well as a GTIN barcode. The manufacturer also needed their existing label creation software (ClearOrbit Label Manager, CLM) to remain the primary message creation tool for line side production consistency.

Matthews’ Laser and Vision System Revolutionizes Thin Foil Coding in the Pharma Industry


In the pharmaceutical industry, providing a safe product to consumers is the top requirement. Currently, pharmaceutical companies use continuous ink jet for marking and coding, which is prone to chipping and may wipe away or fade, resulting in missing and inconsistent codes, 5-10% downtime per day, and high maintenance costs.

Matthews Provides Traceability Solutions to Aluminum Suppliers in the Automotive Industry


Manufacturers are requiring that sheet metal and aluminum commonly used in the automotive industry (hoods, doors, fenders, etc.) be traceable while it is processed in stamping and forming plants. When required, manufacturers use coil marking (also known as stenciling) to provide material indentication. The stencil is applied to the sheet and is used to provide traceability as the sheet material is cut and formed into the required parts. Typically the mark includes both human readable and 2D encoding.

Packaging Printer Improves Code Quality & Utilizes Existing Vision System


An international packaging printer wanted to print its marks more legibly while running at a full production speed of 1640 ft./min (500 m/min). They also wanted illegible marks sorted out before moving forward in the production process, including continuous meter and error marking. The packaging printer had an existing vision system, used to monitor print quality, and wanted to also use it for code verification.

Premium Spirits Producer Eliminates Costly Government Fines with Matthews’ MPERIA™


A worldwide manufacturer of premium spirits paid costly local and state liquor control agency fines due to incorrectly printed state/government codes on its shipping cartons. These codes were manually programmed on production lines and errors were common. The manufacturer wanted to eliminate these errors and fines by housing all current state codes in a central database and having a marking system that automatically pulled and printed only the most up-to-date and correct information.

Leading Snack Manufacturer Saves Time and Money with MPERIA™ and VIAjet™ T-Series


A leading snack manufacturer experienced many problems marking on corrugated boxes with its existing Videojet 2300 Series. These issues resulted in costly downtime due to operator errors, frequent repairs, and leaking ink. Matthews Marking Systems’ objective was to provide a solution that not only reduced downtime, but also increased the print field from 3″ to 4″, allowed for complete connectivity of all lines to a central database, and reduced ink waste.

Label Printer Looks to Matthews to Solve Defect Marking Problem


Tag and label printers must be able to detect defects on printing materials for rejection or replacement. Recently,one of the largest North American label printers came to Matthews to find a new way to identify defects on their film-based labels. Their existing process involved manual label inspection, but often the defect was too small to be detected by the Quality Assurance department. Those undetected errors resulted in numerous customer complaints and costly rejected product.

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