Arlington Heights, Ill. - Weber Marking Systems will highlight its Model 5300 twin-tamp label printer-applicator at its Pack Expo booth #S-2440. Designed and manufactured exclusively by Weber, the twin-tamp system combines thermal label printing with a specially configured pressure-sensitive label applicator to handle the printing and two-label, adjacent-panel application of case labels in line.
The twin-tamp system is available with choice of print engines that offer 203- or 300-dpi label imprinting. Handling a range of label sizes, systems produces variable-sized text, bar codes and graphic images at print speeds up to 16 ips.
When a label is printed, it is fed onto the system's tamp pad, which is mounted to a 90-degree swing arm that reaches across a conveyor to apply the pressure-sensitive label to the front panel of a moving case. Upon the arm's return, a second label is printed, then applied with a straight-line stroke to the side panel of the case.
Complete details on the Model 5300 twin-tamp, including a video demo, are available on Weber's web site at www.webermarking.com/html/5300_twin-tamp.html.
Weber also will be exhibiting a wide range of additional pressure-sensitive label printer-applicators and applicators at Pack Expo, plus its offering of custom and prime labels. 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 labels and labeling systems. 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 North America, Australia, the UK, Europe and Asia. Additional details on Weber domestic and international capabilities and locations are available at www.webermarking.com.
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