Product information, serial numbers, lot data, etc., is written into 2-dimensional codes and printed onto labels that are attached to individual boxes. Because the data cannot be visually confirmed by using only the 2-dimensional codes, the necessary data is also printed in text form.
The 2-dimensional codes are read when shipping the individual boxes, and when the individual boxes are received by the customer.
• A large amount of data can be written in 2-dimensional codes without requiring a lot of space.
• The bank function allows several types of labels to be read without requiring tool changes.
• Data can also be read while the workpiece is moving (although speed restrictions exist).
• In addition to direct marking, labels and paper-based codes can be easily read.
The use of 2-dimensional codes provides more information, which enables more accurate traceability.
QR Codes for Automobile Parts
Reads 2-dimensional Codes on Metallic Parts
Checks the Outer Diameter of Metal Pipes