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Yes. Many of our printers have built in webservers and Ethernet capability.
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Running costs depend on the type of application and also type of technology used. Also, it is important to consider the total cost of ownership, rather than just the cost of consumables. Domino is constantly introducing products and features that reduce such costs.
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Full information on Domino’s Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) printers| can be found in the technology section| of this website.
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Domino offers a wide range of standard colours including black, red, blue, green, orange, yellow and white, as well as invisible fluorescent ink. Custom colour matches can also be produced.
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Domino provides systems with a range of IP ratings to suit particular environments, up to IP66, which is the highest in the Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) market.
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Full information on Domino’s laser printers can be found in the technology section of this website.
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A laser system from Domino is supplied as a Class 4 device, but it needs to be installed to Class 1 standards to meet safety regulations. This is achieved using appropriate guarding and interlocks. Appropriate extraction is also important to meet legislation. Domino offers the DPX extraction range to meet these requirements. It is a customer’s responsibility to ensure requirements are met.
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Extraction is needed in the majority of applications to meet health and safety legislation. In laser marking small particles can be generated, which can be harmful to people, and need to be removed from the environment. Domino provides the DPX extraction range to meet these requirements.
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As a first step we will need to know the type of substrate, code format, if printing a moving product / static product, speed and environment. Ultimately we will need to complete print samples. Please try our Solution Selector to help identify technology options.
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Thermal Transfer Overprinting (TTO) is high resolution (300dpi) coding and marking for flexible packaging and labels, using a thermal transfer printer and ribbons.

It is used extensively in food and pharmaceutical / healthcare applications to apply best before dates, bar codes and logos to flexible packs such as bags, pouches, sachets and sealed trays. For full information on Domino’s Thermal Transfer Overprinters (TTO), please go to the technology section of this website.

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