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Corner wrap case labeler

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Tips for buying case-labeling machinery

Case labeling is very different from primary labeling.
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Universal Labeling Systems, Inc: Universal Labeling: Corner leading labeling systems

Universal Labeling’s new Corner Leading (CL) labeling systems for both the UPA II series (print & apply) and L60 Corner Leading (pre-printed labels) features a throughput speed of 30 products/min. based on a 4-in. x 10-in. label.
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ID Technology: Integrated labeler/taper

ID Technology has combined its Model 252 Label Printer Applicator and a Bel 150 Case Taper to create an Integrated System capable of taping and labeling a case in only 7 ft.
Precision cornering with Label-Aire corner wrap print & apply and SATO print engine
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Precision cornering with Label-Aire corner wrap print & apply and SATO print engine

When a tortilla manufacturer required an end of line labeling solution to print product identification/barcode labels and apply them to adjacent sides of a carton, they turned to the Label-Aire 3138-N Corner Wrap Printer Applicator system with a SATO M8490Se thermal print engine.
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