Automobile, metal, and other industries
Printing of lot numbers, QR codes, and size dimensions
In the automotive industry, component failure can mean life or death. As such, significant attention is given to traceability, and inkjet printers and laser markers—which can print reliably even without coming into contact with targets—have been used for many years.
In recent years, common component usage has increased, resulting in increased use of high-visibility inkjet printers capable of printing identification numbers and rank marks to prevent incorrect assembly.
The ability for inkjet printers to print clearly and vividly regardless of shape or material has given rise to usage even outside the automotive industry, including with metals, wood, and resins.
- Inkjet printing on painted surfaces
- Inkjet printing on metal products
- Inkjet printing on cables and other extrusion molding products
- Inkjet printing on hoop materials and wood
- Inkjet printing on 18-liter square cans
- Inkjet printing on duct tape and other paper tubes
- Inkjet printing on paper towelettes
- Inkjet printing on rubber products
- Electronics and device industries: Inkjet printing on connectors and other electronic components
- Automobile, metal, and other industries: Inkjet printing on painted surfaces