The BCE 2500HBX is a NEMA 4X washdown automatic case weighing and labeling system from B.C.E. Technologies (Tampa, FL). It uses a heavy-capacity in-motion case weighing frame integrated with a high-performance BCE thermal/ thermal-transfer label printer/applicator for automatic case label printing and applying.
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Krones (Franklin, WI) introduces Thermocol, a patent-pending heat transfer container decorating system. An alternative to p-s and applied ceramic labeling, the process uses Krones' Autocol rotary labeler to transfer high-impact graphics, including photos and half-tones, from a web onto glass, plastic or metal containers at rates to 500/min.
The Vision 3500 printer/applicator from I.D. Images (Strongsville, OH) integrates a tabletop thermal-transfer printer with a microprocessor-controlled tamp- or blow-on applicator to provide an economical next-out print-and-apply system.
Avery Dennison (Philadelphia, PA) has released a full-color, eight-page brochure titled "Labeling Solutions for the Chemical Industry." It describes and illustrates the company's line of on-demand laser and thermal transfer printers, labeling software, consulting services and weather-resistant labels for chemical- and hazardous materials container applications.
Bar Code Systems, Inc. (Atlanta, GA) has released a third edition of "A Guide to Bar Coding." The guide, which offers more illustrations and updated industry specifications, includes information on the new UCC/EAN-128 Coupon Extended Code specifications, in-store coupon specifications, and an updated list of coupon values.
Alvey, Inc. (St. Louis, MO) introduces a 16-page, four-color brochure, "The Solution's In Our System," that describes, through case histories, the company's approach to innovative material handling solutions for unique manufacturing and distribution applications.