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MAXStick: Platen roller for linerless label printers

Designed to work with traditional linerless label printers to accommodate hot melt rubber based adhesives, MAXStick Products’ compound platen roller contains compound materials that optimize the rollers interaction with the linerless label media.
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Labeling Systems : Vacuum grid roll-on label applicator

Designed for controlled labeling on irregular surfaces, the Model 40.31 Vacuum Grid Roll-on Applicator from Labeling Systems, Inc., a division of Pro Mach, uses a vacuum grid plate to hold the label prior to label application to accurately label a product or carton even when the product speed exceeds the dispense speed of the labeling head.
Once produce is packed, variable information on the lot is sent from the ERP system to the printer, where it merges with static label data and is printed for manual application.
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Produce packer easily integrates printers with ERP

Tomato and cucumber packer EuroFresh Farms uses cost-efficient, seamless software solution to link its 30 bar-code printers to a new enterprise resource planning system.
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GERNEP GmbH: Rotary labeling machine

Gernep’s Labetta-SK rotary labeling machine can apply self-adhesive, no-label-look, water-resistant, wet-glue, hot-melt, and wrap-around labels.
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Marchesini Group: Tamper-evident labeler

See it at PACK EXPO Booth #C-4615!  The Neri BL400 VTE TT labeling machine from the Marchesini Group applies 2 tamper-evident labels on the side flaps of a carton as well as a vignette on the top.
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