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Model 455 Label Printer/Applicator from ID Technology, powered by Pro Mach
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ID Technology: Label printer applicator for harsh environments

Designed as a high-speed system to print and apply labels in tough environments, the Model 455 Label Printer/Applicator from ID Technology, powered by Pro Mach, is built on a sealed stainless steel base and incorporates the company’s high-speed asynchronous vacuum belt wipe applicator.
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New print engine series simplifies maintenance
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New print engine series simplifies maintenance

This week, SATO debuted its new line of print engines, including the S84 and S86 EX print engine series. Features include easy release, easy change print heads that can be exchanged by simply releasing data and power cables.
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CRISP PRINTING. The fully digital printer runs at speeds to 800/min and delivers clean, crisp printing.
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Digital printing benefits pharmaceutical ampule labels

German pharmaceutical manufacturer discovers that digital printing of pressure-sensitive labels that go on ampules is a vast improvement over hot-foil printing.
CRISP PRINTING. The fully digital printer runs at speeds to 800/min and delivers clean, crisp printing.
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Ampule labeling gets a big boost

This German pharmaceutical manufacturer has discovered that digital printing of pressure-sensitive labels that go on ampules is a vast improvement over hot-foil printing.
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Interactive Coding Equipment: Print and apply labeller

Interactive Coding Equipment (ICE) launches the ICE Vulcan print and apply labeller, the first of its type to print and directly apply the label to a pack – both traded unit boxes and shrinkwrap packs - in one continuous action without the need for a tamp applicator or compressed air.
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Fox IV 6100 with Swing-Away Cylinder and SATO S84 Print Engine Can Solve Tough Ones
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Fox IV 6100 with Swing-Away Cylinder and SATO S84 Print Engine Can Solve Tough Ones

The Fox IV 6100 has a swing-away cylinder for easy access to the print engine and LCD that can be positioned in virtually any direction; so, it’s easily viewed by operators. Paired with SATO’s S84 thermal print engine with color-coded guides, knobs and levers, users are assured a reliable, easy to maintain solution.
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LSI: Vial labeling system

Labeling System’s (LSI) Model 4580 Vertical Starwheel Vial Labeling System prints and applies variable information labels quickly and accurately to glass vials.
Print-and-apply labelers are configurable
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Print-and-apply labelers are configurable

Print and apply labeling systems from EPI feature a modular compact design and can be configured to work in most packaging environments. Labeling systems are specifically designed for high-volume, automated print and apply labeling applications demanding reliability and around the clock operation.
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Fox IV: Printer/applicator

The new 6950 PLC based printer-applicator from FOX IV Technologies can text operators and supervisors when labels are low or if the printer needs attention.
Continuous belt conveyor for label applicator is portable, flexible
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Continuous belt conveyor for label applicator is portable, flexible

Designed to meet customer requirements for flexibility and portability, the Label-Aire Continuous Belt Conveyor (CBC) works in conjunction with a number of label applicator types and features a 3/8-HP motor that can move product at speeds to 125 ft/min. Belt widths range from 4 to 36 in., with conveyor lengths from 2 to 12 ft.

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