HP's NEW ANTI-COUNTERFEIT INK CARTRIDGE

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HP's NEW ANTI-COUNTERFEIT INK CARTRIDGE

 user 2008-04-25 at 3:45:12 pm Views: 46
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    HP launches anti-counterfeit cartridge for pharmaceutical industry
    HP has launched a product designed to add high quality printing to tablets and capsules, in a move to stop counterfeiting.
    The
    HP Pharma Black CB935A Inkjet Print Cartridge is being targeted at the
    pharmaceutical industry as it has been specifically made for printing
    branding, dosage, and security information on individual capsules and
    tablets.It comes in 20ml self-contained cartridges and can print at
    speeds of up to 500 feet per minute at 150dpi.It can also produce
    high-quality 600dpi imaging for precise, uniform printing of variable
    data, barcodes and logos on a variety of dosage-form shapes.In
    healthcare environments, the use of 1-D and 2-D barcodes on tables and
    capsules can provide an additional level of product security and
    customer safety when used in an overall programme of dosage monitoring
    and verification.

    Pharma Black complements HP’s existing thermal
    inkjet (TIJ) technologies for the coding and marking of pharmaceutical
    packaging. These technologies are complementary to the comprehensive HP
    Product Tracking and Authentication offerings for supply-chain
    management.The new cartridge is one of the products being shown by HP
    Speciality Printing Systems at the Interpack 2008 exhibition in
    Düsseldorf.Other products on show include solutions for primary package
    coding and marking on folding cartons and other substrates, and
    secondary package coding and marking for the pharmaceutical
    industry.Kathy Tobin, vice-president and general manager of HP
    Specialty Printing Systems, said: “With more than 20 years of digital
    printing to HP’s credit, our inkjet expertise enables us to break new
    ground in tablet and capsule imprinting.”With this solution, HP sets a
    new standard by reducing costs, meeting expanding market needs and
    enabling solutions that exceed heightened security requirements.”