Loveshaw Inkjet Coding Systems
The Loveshaw Corporation was founded in 1961 to manufacture and market machinery to automatically seal corrugated boxes. Loveshaw quickly became the leader in its field, and today, over 35 years later maintains its position as the best in the industry.
The introduction of Little David Jet Printers in 1982 was a natural extension of their product line. Customers who had automated their case sealing operation could now automate their box coding as well. In 1988, Little David actually revolutionized the jet printing industry by introducing the MicroJet II, the first totally enclosed, completely self-contained ink jet printer ever to be manufactured. Since that time, the MicroJet II remains a cornerstone of the highly successful jet printer line of equipment.
In 1994, Loveshaw successfully introduced a high-resolution printer with the capability to print text, graphics and bar codes. With the 1997 introduction of the VersaJet SI, Loveshaw entered the realm of small character coding applications on a variety of substrates, including plastic, many flexible films, paper, coated cartons and more. Their position as an industry leader in developing innovative products continues.
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