Marquage industriel • Identification • Codification • Numérotation

Applications spÉciales & remote control

LEIBINGER Remote Access
via computer, tablet or smartphone
JET3up printers can be monitored and controlled from a computer, tablet or smartphone (JET3up, JET3up PI, JET3up PRO, JET3up MI models). The remote control function is already integrated into the inkjet printers as standard equipment at no extra charge. Using free VNC Viewer software, the screen of the JET3up can be viewed remotely on a computer, tablet or smartphone. The JET3up can also be controlled from outside the production area, such as from the office.

This means you no longer have to check and monitor the status directly at the JET3up. The printer can be operated, even if the device itself is in a hard-to-reach location.

the traverse system for LEIBINGER inkjet printers
The JETmotion traverse system makes it easy to mark stationary products. To do so, a JET3 or JET2neo print head is installed on the automated linear slide or movement axis, where it moves vertically. This allows single or multiple products to be printed in a row. Product examples include tubes, PCBs, electrical and electronic components, steel or plastic products, profiles and packages. The JETmotion movement axis can be used within packaging machines, intermittent motion machines or as a stand-alone solution.
controls up to 16 LEIBINGER JET3 inkjet printers
The marking in production can be designed even more efficiently using the WINJET3 software from Paul LEIBINGER. WINJET3 software gives you centralized control and monitoring of up to 16 LEIBINGER JET3 inkjet printers using a computer. The software takes over complete control of all important printer functions remotely. WINJET3 is set up similarly to existing JET3 software, which makes it very easy for users to understand.
Design jobs for the JET3 printer • easily at the computer
JETedit3 is an efficient instrument for preparing jobs for the JET3 printer (JET3, JET3pi, JET3pro, JET3mi models). The user can prepare print jobs comfortably at a computer in the office and send them to the connected printer using Explorer (via Ethernet). Data can also be transferred via USB.