Company History


 

Inkdustry GmbH was founded in April 2005. Based on the longterm experience of the company's founders in industrial inkjeting, the first own development, the High-end Continuous Inkjet System  CodeCenter was launched in 2006. Implementing innovative technologies the system allows solutions to take place, which normally could only be implemented with high efforts and additional equipment.

In 2008 the "small brother" CodeCube was developed, which is optimized for standard coding applications.

Innovative developments played the key role from the very beginning of Inkdustry GmbH on. Beside the work on own products, also product development for industrial customers were part of the activities.

In january 2009, Inkdustry GmbH was newly structured to build up the series production in a new, larger office in Neubrunn.

The purchase of the 32000 sqft canteen of the former Kurmainzkaserne in Tauberbischofsheim started the required conversion from a craftman's small series production to a medium sized industrial company.
Since 2014 innovative development, production and assembly takes place in bright and modern offices and production areas.

 

Philosophy

Within the last ten years the strategic requirements in developing industrial applications are changing fundamentally. While system construction in the past was mainly based on mechanical means, now the priority is changing to software and electronics based systems due to the powerful value of integrated, computer network based production lines.

Products are now highly integrated allowing to perform modern technologies like product tracing, high technology logistics and to achieve high standards of quality.

Full automated processes require individual coding and marking to give the ability for later indentification through barcode scanners or camera systems which together are the fundamentals for creating a computer aided production process.

Conventional methods which are commonly used in companies who build industrial equipment are therefore going to a limit which can only overcome by complex real time industrial data management systems.