Contact Coding & Marking
At Cap Coder, not only do we understand coding and marking equipment, but we also understand the processes involved in transferring wet ink onto any type of surface. Our experience and knowledge of the different types of inks, surfaces and the times needed for it to dry thoroughly, i.e. not just on the surface, means that our coding and marketing solutions are second to none.
When you use a Cap Coder coding solution, you won’t need to worry about:
- Material selection
- Absorption rates
- Surface tensions
- Ink weight
- Ink runs
This means that when you engage the coding and marking services of Cap Coder you won’t get an ineffective stamping machine option or a useless high force process. Instead you’ll benefit from a comprehensive and proven coding and marking solution that achieves truly fantastic results.
Capsules provide constant flow
The screw top jars in which Cap Coder inks are supplied promote clean handling and are easy to seal properly when not required.
Range of colours
All Cap Coder typefaces may be purchased either in ‘A’ sets or ‘C’ sets.
The ‘A’ set consists of: 7 each, letters A, E, N.
5 each, letters B, C, D, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, O, P, R, S, T, U, V, W, Z
3 each, Q, X, Y.
2 each, figures 0-9 and hieroglyphics
The ‘C’ set consists of: 9 each, figures 0-9 and hieroglyphics
Standard logo dates are available from stock, JAN to DEC, 01 to 31, BEST BEFORE and BB all in various sizes.
The CC100 coding head was designed by Cap Coder in 1979, and is a tribute to the integrity of the design that it has been copied across the world with virtually no alteration to the basic mechanism.