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Packaging World June 13, 2013
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SATO S84 Print engine featured in new tamp-blow all-electric print/apply labeler SATO S84 Print Engine Featured in new Tamp-Blow All-Electric Print/Apply Labeler
SATO’s S84 series print engine featured in Diagraph's new Tamp-Blow print/apply labeler. This new all-electric labeler includes a servo-drive tamp-blow module for non-contact labeling. SATO’s S84 series print engine features quick-change wear parts and interchangeable print resolutions of 203dpi, 305dpi or 609dpi.
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New from Argox a SATO Company. Great value and design, starting at under $1,000 New from Argox a SATO Company. Great value and design, starting at under $1,000
SATO, a name synonymous with trusted dependability, offers a new line of industrial thermal printers. With an all-metal housing for the most demanding environment, the X Series boasts industry leading price and exceptional performance making it an excellent value solution.
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Thermal Transfer v. Direct Thermal Printing: Five Key Considerations Thermal Transfer v. Direct Thermal Printing: Five Key Considerations
This easy to understand white paper clearly describes the differences between thermal transfer and direct thermal printing, and charts the strengths and weaknesses of both technologies. Detailed explanations reveal the key issues to consider when deciding the most suitable technology for your labeling application.
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The right Rx for label accuracy The Right Rx for Label Accuracy
Where accurate labeling is critical, Mangar Medical Packaging uses SATO America CL4e Series thermal barcode printers for an effective print-on-demand medical device labeling solution that meets federal device labeling protocols. Result is a process with excellent reliability - a must for medical device manufacturers.
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Demand SATO - the industry's first print & apply engine system Demand SATO - the industry's first print & apply engine system
The world's first manufacturer of print engine solutions is renowned for reliability, durability and serviceability. SATO Engines are designed specifically for integration into automatic print/apply systems, so when it's a matter of performance and reliability, it has to be SATO!
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A managerial skill is knowing how to talk the talk
The management of packaging necessitates effective communications.
IML packaging gives United Biscuits shelf impact
Plastic packaging for the United Biscuits Family Circle brand biscuits stands out from the competition thanks to in-mold labeling.
Five tips to ensuring product integrity in temperature-sensitive distribution
UPS points to risk management planning, limiting supply chain handoffs, and quality agreements among five vital tips for temperature-sensitive product packaging and distribution.
Ideas to the rescue
Architect Frank Lloyd Wright once described an idea as "salvation by imagination."
Reaching Millennials through packaging
Eighty million consumers make up the Millennial generation, making it a highly influential and desirable demographic for CPGs. But what makes this elusive group tick?
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