Alert: Packaging World now enhanced for the iPad and iPhone. Watch a quick video preview
 
Download this free, 104-page Labeling Playbook jam-packed with strategies for success, best practices, and pitfalls to avoid.  Learn more >>
Article |

Diagraph, An ITW Company: All-electric print/apply labeler uses tamp-blow module

Diagraph’s E-Series Tamp Blow All-Electric Print/Apply Labeler uses no compressed air and has digital controls for precise and accurate label placement and high repeatability.
Print Reprint
     

The E-Tamp Blow labeler is designed for labeling delicate or fragile substrates, such as plastic clamshells, without making any contact from the tamp pad.  The tamp pad is extended 1/8- 1/4-in. from the product to be labeled, and then “blows” the label onto it.  Can print/apply the labels for top or side application.  In addition, the Tamp Blow can also provide label application to products with slight recesses or curvatures.

A high-velocity turbo fan secures the label during application to avoid label skew on products.  Uses a double action airflow valve design to almost instantly change vacuum draw into an air blast coming out of the very same porting holes. A brushless DC Servo motor drives the tamp cylinder.

The label size range is 1¼-in. x 1¼-in. to 4-in. x 6-in., and labels are applied at 55 PPM.  3 pivoting tamp pad sizes:  4-in. x 2-in., 4-in. x 4-in., and 4-in. x 6-in.  The labeler saves energy and is easy to move from one production line to another.  Choose Sato, Zebra, or Datamax print engine.  Upgradable.  Harsh environment closures available.

ADVERTISEMENT
E-BOOK SPECIAL REPORT
42 Best Package Designs
Sign up to receive timely updates from our editors and download this e-book consisting of our editors' picks of most notable package designs. Updated for 2014!
x

 

Newsletters
Don’t miss intelligence crucial to your job and business!
Click on any newsletter to view a sample. Enter your email address below to sign up!
GENERAL INTEREST

New Issue Alert

Packaging World Magazine

eClip

Breaking packaging news

Packaging Insights

Pertinent packaging issues

On the Edge Blog

Workforce Development

PACKAGE DESIGN/
DEVELOPMENT

Greener Package

Sustainable packaging

Shelf Impact

Package design strategies

Each newsletter ranges in frequency from once per month to a few times per month at most.