A new upgraded version of the Wolke m600 thermal transfer inkjet printer was exhibited by Sunala at this year's Total Processing and Packaging Show.
The new printer can print in real-time, accepting data from a remote server through the built-in ethernet port. As with the original, water-based inks deliver clean coding, producing characters and bar codes up to 600dpi, according to Sunala.
The firm exhibited its equipment at the show at the NEC in Birmingham between 15-18 May.
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