The specific feature of the continuous inkjet technology lies within the fact that there is a constant flow of ink in the print head, of which just a few drops are used for printing. The labeling of goods and products can in some cases serve managerial purposes. Benefiting from the constant ink flow, the user of the continuous inkjet technology hardly ever faces the problem of blocked printer nozzles. The electrolytic marking process is applied to label goods and/or their packaging. Cost efficiency is a key factor here. The data, which industrial marking systems print on goods, make it much easier to identify them later on. By using a continuous inkjet encoder the automobile industry labels construction parts with specific numbers. The specific benefits of the continuous inkjet technology play a decisive role for its wide use in the quick labeling of products of mass consumption.