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Understanding the basics of automatic pressure sensitive labeling methods

Download this white paper from Label-Aire for a comprehensive primer on selecting an automated pressure-sensitive labeling machine. Compares and contrasts the three fundamental types of technologies: wipe-on, air-blow and tamp-blow.
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Prior to selecting a labeling application method, there are specific factors that must be determined to ensure that the unique characteristics of the application's attributes are considered. Once the information about those factors has been compiled, users can proceed to evaluating the various labeling methods.

There are three fundamental types of automatic pressure sensitive labeling equipment: wipe-on, air-blow, and tamp-blow. With a basic understanding of how each labeling application method works, companies can determine which one best suits their needs and implement an optimal labeling solution.

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