Press Release Summary:
Driven by brushless DC servo motor, LELA Leading Edge Label Applicator holds 14 in. OD rolls of pre-printed labels and can be placed on production line with max line speed of 80 fpm. Unit features stainless steel peel blade, LED text display, and built-in diagnostics. With patent-pending rewind-drive system, there are no drive or nip rollers to wear out or web around. Servo-controlled label dispensing assures wrinkle-free application.
Original Press Release:
Introducing LELA...Leading Edge Label Applicator
St. Louis, MO. . .Diagraph is pleased to introduce LELA. LELA is a leading edge
label applicator that is compact, low-cost, and easy-to-use.
LELA offers an easy and cost-effective way to get started with automated application of pre-printed labels. For those companies that are manually handapplying labels to their products or packages, or even those organizations that are currently auto-applying pre-printed labels and need to add or replace existing labeling equipment, LELA may be the answer.
LELA is anything but an entry-level model. It incorporates features and design
typically found in higher priced labeling machines.
LELA is driven by a brushless DC Servo Motor. Quite simply stated, Servo motors
are more accurate and dependable in applications requiring maximum uptime
and high repeatability. With a patent-pending rewind-drive system, there are no
drive or nip rollers to wear out or web around.
LELA can be put on a production line with a maximum line speed of 80 fpm and LELA holds a 14" outer diameter roll of labels, which means less changeover of label material. More uptime!
Key Design and Performance Features:
LELA can be oriented for top, side or bottom labeling. The Servo-controlled label
dispensing assures wrinkle-free application.
For more information or a FREE no-obligation demonstration of LELA, please call
800-722-1125, send emails to email@example.com or visit our website at
Diagraph, An ITW Company is a leading manufacturer and distributor of marking,
coding and labeling systems and supplies, and has been in the product
identification industry for over 100 years. Acquired by Illinois Tool Works (ITW) in
2001, Diagraph has the resources and financial backing of a multi-billion dollar
Fortune 500 organization. ITW has 825+ business units in over 50 countries
employing nearly 60,000 men and women worldwide. Diagraph's products
include automated labeling systems, LINX continuous ink jet and laser coders,
and large character ink jet and thermal jet systems.