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Weiler Labeling Systems: X-4S pressure-sensitive labeling head meets serialization demands

High-speed labeling head is servo motor-driven and includes closed-loop push-pull system for tool-less disassembly.
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Weiler Labeling Systems’ new X-4S pressure-sensitive labeling head is designed to meet the most stringent speed and performance requirements that serialization demands.

As e-pedigree compliance dates close in, WLS works with pharmaceutical and medical device companies as a partner in their serialization and track-and-trace implementation strategies. Designed for maximum performance, enhanced flexibility, and high-speed serialization, the X-4S label head is a fully servo motor-driven system capable of handling the most demanding applications in an even smaller package.

The X-4S has an independent three-axis mounting system with digital settings that allows for easy and precise peel plate adjustment resulting in quick product changeover. A new web tension and feed control system from unwind through printing allows for continuous-motion code printing, even when labels are being dispensed in indexing mode. The precision-engineered “closed-loop’” push-pull system allows for easy tool-less disassembly and ease of cleaning.

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