Auto Labe has introduced Model 151e, an economical, entry-level print/apply unit designed for light- to moderateduty print applications. Application options include tamp, blow, air-tamp, or smart-tamp labeling.
Auto Labe’s Model 140 PLC adjacent corner tamp applicator is designed to make 2-panel box labeling quick and easy, company says. Using the LCD panel for set-up and the PLC control for precision, machine is ideal for accurately applying preprinted label stock.
Auto Labe (Fort Pierce, FL) introduces its Model 157 direct thermal only print-and-apply system that uses no ribbon. Thermal paper is required to print bar-code labels, information labels, or box labels.
Auto Labe (Ft. Pierce, FL) offers a high-speed labeling system for front and back labeling applications. System features a newly designed label feed system that minimizes the effects of label roll diameter on stepper torque and placement accuracy.
The Model 550 round-product labeler from Auto Labe (Ft. Pierce, FL) labels round products from ?” to 4” in dia. Labels can be as wide as 5”. Options include hot-stamping, photo-electric label sensors and front-and-back labeling.
Auto Labe (Fort Pierce, FL) introduces equipment that combines its Model 390 conveyor and its Model 150 thermal transfer/thermal printer applicator. The system prints small labels at 203 or 305 dpi, then applies them to round vials or ampules at speeds to 100 containers/min.
The Model 150 print-and-apply pallet labeler from Auto Labe (Fort Pierce, FL) is portable and adjustable, and it incorporates a swing tamp for front and side pallet labeling at speeds to 10 pallets/min.
Auto Labe's (Fort Pierce, FL) Model 620 p-s labeler can be configured to place labels on containers 1" to 6" in diameter or to partially wrap labels around square or rectangular containers at speeds to 150 ppm.
Auto Labe's (Fort Pierce, FL) print/apply labelers for tamp or blow-on applications are available in three versions: The Model 150 with Datamax print engine operates at up to 10"/sec and handles labels as small as 1"x1" or as large as 5" x 12"; with the Zebra print engine, it operates at up to 12"/sec and accommodates labels from 2"x2" to 7.2"x39".
To eliminate difficulties associated with label application to tapered containers, Auto Labe (Ft. Pierce, FL) has developed a semi-automatic labeler that applies crescent- shaped labels to small, tapered, round containers.