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Macsa Laser Marking on cardboard

Secondary packaging must also be coded correctly so as not to lose the traceability of the products inside, in this case, cardboard boxes that contain cleaning sprays. Cardboard is one of the most used materials thanks to it being sustainable, economical and easy to mark with a CO2 laser.

With the Macsa SPA K1030 laser, we get the right contrast so that codes, in this case a datamatrix, can be read correctly. Using the standard 10.6 microns and regulating the power and speed of the scanners, we achieve a black marking on white cardboard that is clear and readable, key elements for good quality coding.

Applying the right amount of power when marking cardboard is essential to ensure the substrate does not burn.

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