Press Release Summary:
In addition to offering selection of print engines that addresses various print speeds and resolutions, Model 5200 Corner-Wrap is available with optional RFID print-encode engines. Thermal/thermal-transfer print engines produce text, bar codes, and graphic images at 203 or 300 dpi. Able to handle labels up to 10 x 4 in., system prints labels in next-out mode and will print and apply labels at rates to 15 cartons/min max.
Original Press Release:
Weber Introduces New Corner-Wrap Label Printer-Applicator w/Optional RFID Encoding
Arlington Heights, IL - Weber Marking Systems has announced the introduction of it new Model 5200 Corner-Wrap label printer-applicator, which combines high-quality label printing with a specially designed label applicator that affixes a single label around the corner of a carton.
In addition to offering a selection of print engines that addresses various print speeds and resolutions, the new Corner-Wrap system is available with optional RFID print-encode engines that will satisfy the emerging requirements of today's supply chain.
Standard thermal/thermal-transfer print engines produce text, bar codes and graphic images at 203- or 300-dpi. The RFID models combine printing capabilities with the encoding and verification of RFID inlays to meet the specifications of (Electronic Product Code) EPC Gen 1 and 2 protocols.
Engineered, manufactured and available only from Weber, the unit prints (or prints and RFID encodes) labels in a next-out mode, automatically removes them from their liner, and retains them by vacuum on an integrated swing arm-mounted pad. As a carton approaches, the pad gently applies the label to its front panel, then follows around the carton's corner and wipes the remaining portion of the label onto its adjacent side. The system handles labels up to 4 inches wide and 12 inches in length, and will print and apply labels to a maximum of 15 cartons per minute
The Model 5200 Corner-Wrap operates with Weber's print-apply software, which simplifies label formatting, editing and printing, in addition to providing RFID encoding capabilities. Weber also manufactures a wide variety of stock and custom pressure-sensitive label materials.
For more information, contact Weber at 711 W. Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60005-4457; phone 1.800.843.4242; e-mail email@example.com; web www.webermarking.com.
Weber Marking Systems is a leading worldwide innovator in the design, manufacture, and supply of high-performance labeling and coding products for the industrial marketplace. Weber provides the latest in systems, software, and media and supports them with direct sales, equipment service, and technical assistance. The company, with world headquarters in Arlington Heights, Ill., has sales offices and service locations throughout the United States, including a prime label manufacturing plant located in St. Petersburg, Florida. Weber also has operations throughout Canada, Mexico, Australia, Europe and Asia. Additional details on Weber domestic and international capabilities and locations are available at www.webermarking.com.