Bridging the gap from manual to automated labeling

A new product; a short run market test; a unique label, marketing’s idea of an eye-catching promotion; white paper from Universal Labeling Systems explains why the answer to all of these questions is semi-automatic labeling.

Semi-automatic labeling has traditionally been viewed as a table-top machine that works more like a glorified tape dispenser. Semi-automatic machines were generally designed by the small job shops without a traditional manufacturing process. These labeling machinery builders were generally small organizations, and lax in documentation that included an Operator’s Manual, Spare Parts Lists, and Bill of Materials.

Yet there is a gap in production labeling that can only be filled by the semi-automatic labeling process.

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