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Feature Packed Economical Labelling From Weber

Feature Packed Economical Labelling From Weber
January 29
14:05 2014

Weber’s Model 4300 Pro-Apply in-line systems combine high-quality label printing and application for economical, fast and accurate pressure-sensitive labelling.

The Model 4300 Pro-Apply systems are designed, engineered and assembled by Weber, within their own manufacturing facility. Each unit features a fully integrated on-demand, thermal/thermal-transfer print engine from Datamax, SATO or Zebra to produce 203, 300 or 600 dpi text, bar codes and graphic images at speeds up to 400 millimetres per second.

Labels up to 150mm wide and 150mm in length are printed in a cost-efficient, next-out mode, and then instantly applied to cartons or products on the production or packaging line. Using the tamp-blow method of application, a printed pressure-sensitive label is automatically peeled from its liner and retained by vacuum on the applicator’s tamp pad. The pad is then extended (adjustable between 50mm to 300mm stroke) and blown onto the package from a distance of approximately 6.0mm.

Several standard tamp-pad sizes are available, and provided in quick-change configurations. In just a few seconds, the tamp-pad can be removed and another fastened in its place to handle a different size label.

Standard features include durable anodized aluminium construction, an integrated user interface with LCD display, numerous inputs and outputs to facilitate the use of a product sensor or other optional accessories, and stepper motor-driven rewind. In addition, system components are readily accessible for ease of servicing and all units feature zero-downtime connectivity to ensure uninterrupted production.

Options available for the Model 4300 Pro-Apply Systems include a variable stroke sensor, a label-on-pad sensor and an adjustable stand that enables the system to be oriented for top, bottom or side application.

The Model 4300 Pro-Apply operates with Weber’s exclusive Legitronic® software, which simplifies label formatting, editing and printing.

Weber also manufactures a wide variety of stock and custom pressure-sensitive labels for variable imprinting, together with application-specific ribbons for thermal-transfer operation. For more information contact: Weber Packaging Solutions on Tel +44(0)1875 611 111, E-Mail sales@weber.co.uk or visit www.weber.co.uk.

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