Tharo Systems offers Tharo H-Series printers, a new stand-alone label
printing station that, once label formats are downloaded from a
computer, can be remotely operated and perform many software functions
using a keyboard without a computer.
A new stand-alone label printing station from Tharo, the H-Series, can be remotely operated and perform many software functions using just a keyboard, once label formats are downloaded from a computer.
UVitec Printing introduces its 7435 High Slip Coating, a UV-curable, high-gloss clear coating that offers a high degree of slip. Coating is engineered to meet the demands of label printers that need a coating that will resist high scuff and high-rub situations.
Sato has launched its new line of tag and label printers, the XLe Series, available as direct thermal or thermal transfer. A 32-bit RISC processor is at the heart of the XLe Series, ensuring high-performance, high-speed printing.
Markem has added the Cimjet 200 labeler to its family of label printers/applicators. Said to deliver reliability and durability, the Cimjet 200 offers a value-oriented set of features, making it ideal for labeling applications that do not require elaborate features.
From Tharo Systems comes the H-426 and H-434 Series of thermal transfer label printers, suited for high-volume printing. These all-metal printers are available in 203 or 300 dpi and feature fully backlit LCD displays and 450-mL-roll capacity.
Adolph Gottscho (Union, NJ) introduces a line of digital printers based on Hewlett-Packard ink-jet technology. The line includes carton coders, label printers, sheet printers, and a web printing system.
QuickLabel Systems Product Group of Astro-Med (West Warwick, RI) offers the QLS-4100 Xe high-speed color label printer. With 200% faster on-board processing, 800% more on-board memory, and new Ethernet connectivity to address color label printers, it surpasses its predecessor.
Building on Zebra’s (Vernon Hills, IL) Xi Series, the XiIIIPlus thermal-transfer printers offer increased memory and connectivity options for a variety of applications including pharmaceutical labeling to large drum and pallet identification.
Zebra (Vernon Hills, IL) introduces its XiIII label printer, which can be configured remotely via the Internet. It sends e-mail or pager messages to designated employees as soon as problems, such as running out of labels, occur.
Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights, IL) introduces its wide-web Legitronic® 27/28 Series thermal/thermal-transfer label printers. The 27 Series incorporates a standard 203-dpi printhead that delivers high-density bar codes, text and graphics at 10”/sec.
Delivering speed control, accumulation and minimal impact, the Gravitrol conveyor from Mathews (Danville, KY) transports cases, drums and pallets through a combination of gravity and air valve-controlled brakes.
A six-page, four-color brochure from QuickLabel Systems (West Warwick, RI) describes the company's new digital color label printers. Close-up photos of labels produced on the QLS Series of printers are included.
Impact Automation (Lewisville, TX) has introduced the PA450 Series of printer/applicators. Robotic articulating arm can place single or multiple labels anywhere within a flat plane on the product or package, in varying orentations.
Weber Marking Systems (Arlington Heights, IL) has introduced the LegiLink hand-held terminal. It permits multiple label formats and databases to be downloaded from a PC and transferred to one or more stand-alone label printers or automatic printer/applicators.
MACtac (Stow, OH) is offering a new product bulletin that features two white film label stocks, Allure® and Polyfilm(TM) 2. The bulletin provides stock selection tips to aide label designers, packagers and label printers on the use of the two stocks.
The 1997 Industrial Marking Products Catalog is now available from Diagraph (St. Louis, MO). The catalog offers traditional hand-marking products, label printers, labels and ribbons, and advanced/ automated systems such as on-line printer/ applicators and bar-code ink-jet systems.
The XiII(TM) Series of enhanced Performance-Line(TM) bar code label printers from Zebra Technologies (Vernon Hills, IL) are designed for high performance, industrial and commercial thermal-transfer printing requiring 24-hr operation.
Diagraph (St. Louis, MO) has released the Winter/Spring 1995 edition of its industrial products catalog. Contains information on traditional stenciling, hand marking and shipping products, as well as equipment and supplies for automated labeling and coding systems.