Branding and Marking Products

The substrate material you will be branding or marking will help to determine the best coding solution.  Substrates can include cardboard, textiles, wood, food, glass and metal.  Your production set up, along with the type of product being produced will determine the best branding and marking solution for your business.

BJ’s Printing Systems is a Tasmanian owned and operated business who will work with you to determine the best solution for your business.  We also provide personal service, and a commitment to ensuring your labeling, coding and identification requirements are the most efficient and cost effective they can be.

Solutions BJ’s Printing System can offer for branding and marking products include:

Thermal transfer overprinting labelling equipmentThermal Transfer overprinting – used for coding flexible packaging by melting a resin-based ink onto the substrate.  The substrate can be stationary or continuously moving depending on the product line design.


Small Character Ink Jet CodingSmall Character Ink Jet Coding -A non-contact solution that allows printing onto a wide range of substrates even on high speed production lines.


Larege Character Ink Jet coding labelling equipmentLarge Character Ink Jet Coding -Ideal for printing onto secondary packaging, porous substrate such as corrugated outer cases, sacks.


Laser Coding EquipmentLaser Coding – Etching or vaporizing the surface layer to leave a permanent mark, laser coding is cost-effective with no ink or fluids required.


Thermal Ink Jet printing labelling equipmentThermal Ink Jet Printing – High quality, high speed printing with fast drying ink on a range of porous and non-porous substrates.


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