Open Data Ink Roller – Pack of 5
Open Data Price Guns use specific Open Data Ink Roller depending on the model of the Open Data Pricing Gun. Danro supply inking rollers for Open Data 1 and 2 line price guns. The Open Data range of hand labellers use a standard 28mm ink roller in all their 1 and 2 line Open Data labellers.
If you are in any doubt about which ink roller you should buy, please call us so we can select the correct ink roller for you. These ink rollers will fit the following price guns that Danro supply:-
Open Data M6 Large Text Pricing Gun
Open Data C6 Price Gun
Open Data C8 Price Gun
Open Data C16 Price Gun
Open Data C17 Price Gun
Open Data C20 Price Gun
Open Data CA20 Price Gun
Open Data CA20A Price Gun
Open Data S10 Price Gun
Open Data S10 Date Price Gun
These ink rollers will not fit any Open Data 3 line pricing guns follow the link to the T111 or T117 ink rollers.
How to fit you Open Data Inking Roller
To fit the ink roller we recommend wearing nitrile or latex gloves to keep ink the off your fingers then follow these simple steps:
Open the base of the price gun
Pull the ink roller carriage out
Carefully flex the retaining lugs to remove the old ink roller
Insert new ink roller
Reseat the carriage to original position
Close your price gun
Test print a few labels
How does the Open Data Ink Roller Work?
The Open Data inking roller is a foam based cylinder which is soaked in a viscous UV resistant ink during its manufacture. When the user presses the lever of the price gun, the ink roller rotates as the print head moves across the face of the ink roller. This applies a thin layer of ink to the characters on the print head bands prior to the impression on the label.
The design of the ink roller and price gun head allows for a measured quantity of ink to be applied to the print head bands every time a label is used. As a result of this process, the output of the price gun should mean the labels are uniform in presentation at all times until the ink roller is exhausted.
Each ink roller should last for around 10,000 – 15,000 impressions before the print deteriorates.