Designing Four-line message using Simple Message Editor in Hx Manager 

The introduction of Simple Message Editor in Hx Manager made it even easier to operate Hx Nitro printer. This added functionality allows operators to use any device such as mobile phone, tablet, or computer to design the messages such lot number or production/expiration date and send to Hx Nitro for printing.

designing lot number, date code in Simple Message Editor
Hx Manager Simple Message Editor

 

Currently, operators can quickly design a four-line message. A drop down menu is provided to select production/expiration date, lot number, counter or external data. Once selected, the complete row will automatically change based on the type of message. Operators can instantly see what they are designing using the preview. When completed, operators can adjust the print parameters based on the production line and send the message to Hx Nitro for printing.

In designing Lot number, the lot number container can be selected from Simple Message Editor while the information can be placed at the lot number section in Hx Manager monitoring page.

 

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After completing the message and sending it to Hx Nitro, operators can check the approximate ink consumption. This will provide an estimate number of print per cartridge based on the designed message and the print parameters. Print parameter configuration is found in the same page below the message editor.

 

ABOUT MAPLEJET

Maplejet is a coding inkjet printer manufacturing company that was established in Toronto, Canada in 2007. It is committed to partner with food manufacturers to code and mark visible and long-lasting production and expiration date print onto their packaged food products. The company is dedicated to go beyond providing food manufacturers with simple inkjet printers to advocating food safety in order to avoid processed food product misinformation that deliberately causes food poisoning, especially on children. The proper date mark on food guides consumers to understand when a product can be safe or unsafe for intake, as well as help food retailers become aware of its shelf life.

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