Print on the nameplate
Identification throughout the life of the product
The print quality and durability of nameplates are critical to keeping the data legible at all stages of its life cycle (manufacturing, use, repair and recycling).
Printing solutions for harsh environments
The nameplates of different products will be subject to different types of damage, such as: high temperature generated by oven and refrigerator motors, wear and tear caused by electric drills, contact with a large amount of dust, long-term exposure of air conditioners to ultraviolet rays and rain.
Damaged nameplate information during repairs may affect part identification or even lead to improper use of the product.
The advantage of thermal transfer technology lies in the wide variety of ribbons, which can be used with different self-adhesive labels, providing suitable solutions for various application environments.
CISON Ribbon for Nameplate Printing
In CISON's line of thermal transfer ribbons, resin ink ribbons are ideal for use on synthetic materials for nameplates.
CISON resin inks with high adhesion on the label surface can protect the printed matter from aggressive damage: such as abrasion, solvents, heat, grease, low temperature, UV rays, etc.
Mark mechanical parts
Printing to Resist Harsh Environments
Both in production and during use, mechanical parts are subject to very high and rather unpredictable constraints: grease/oil, heat, vibration, solvents, moisture, external conditions such as UV exposure, etc.
Printed objects are subject to various forms of attack, and ambiguous barcodes can lead to confusion throughout a product's life cycle, including manufacturing, maintenance, warranty, and recycling.
CISON's Mechanical Parts Marking Ribbon
Thermal transfer printing technology makes no compromises: it can mark individual parts, print all types of barcodes (vertical, horizontal, 2D, data matrix, etc.) as well as logos and text, but also provides the durability required for the specific use environment of the part level.
CISON's Thermal Transfer Ribbons are the best solution for high print durability requirements. Resin-based inks provide very durable prints and excellent clarity, even for small characters and barcodes. It is compatible with all types of coated paper and synthetic print media.
Where higher levels of resistance are required, especially for solvents, resin-based products would be the recommended alternative for synthetic labels.
Electrical Parts and Accessories Labels
LABELS VERIFIED IN TEST CONDITIONS
Whether it's computer hard drives, laptop chargers or transformers for electrical equipment, the identification of such components ensures traceability through all stages of manufacture, repair and recycling.
With thermal transfer technology, each part can be individually labeled with barcodes, serial numbers, user warnings, code numbers and logos, even on pre-printed media.
Certain application environments are especially corrosive to paper-based materials and may reduce the clarity of information: friction, scratches, dust, heat, exposure to UV light, etc. Thermal transfer technology provides print media and ink combinations that can meet the requirements of each specific application environment.
CISON's Electrical Parts and Accessories Ribbon
CISON's resin ribbons are the best solution for your print quality and durability requirements. They offer very high compatibility with synthetic labels such as polyester, nylon and polypropylene, often used to label electrical components and accessories. In addition, the density of the black ink allows the white label to be covered as a way of highlighting the information on the backsheet.
For printing on black labels, CISON offers a range of white, metallic, silver and gold inks.
Printed circuit board labels
Printed circuit board identification and traceability
Labels on printed circuit boards are subjected to tremendous stress during their production process. Poor quality or damaged prints can have an impact on production process monitoring, logistics and the use of printed circuit boards in the final product.
These requirements for message clarity and durability are at the heart of the printing solution selection process.
printed circuit board label printing
The techniques used for part welding and residue cleaning are very demanding: for example, temperatures can reach as high as 300°C (572°F), and the dispersion of solvents under high pressure can easily destroy labels and printed messages.
Laboratory weathering tests in some areas with harsh environmental conditions (such as aviation, automotive and armament) reproduce the large mechanical and thermal stresses (UV resistance, humidity, heat, cold, temperature changes, etc.) to which printed labels will be subjected.
Certain international printing performance regulations (UL standards) and regulations covering the use of regulated substances also necessarily form part of the process of selecting a printing technology.
CISON's printed circuit board label printing ribbon
Thermal transfer technology is the most reliable printing technology for printing uniform information on printed circuit board labels.
The high fidelity of the printhead produces fairly accurate prints of all types of barcodes (vertical, horizontal, data matrix, 2D, etc.), alphanumeric characters and logos, even on very small labels.
CISON's resin inks combined with synthetic labels (polyester, nylon, polypropylene or polyimide) provide the best solution in terms of print quality and resistance to high temperatures, abrasion and solvents.