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Kit supplier AMS to unveil new printer at PPMA

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Kit supplier AMS to unveil new printer at PPMA

Kit supplier AMS to unveil new printer at PPMA
September 18
11:56 2012

Packaging equipment and mailing supplier AMS will unveil its new short-run digital colour label printer at this year’s PPMA show

The firm’s  new printer is called M1C Labelmaker. According to the firm, the M1C Labelmaxer colour label printer can produce a colour label or impression in seconds, and a full roll or stack of labels or impressions in minutes.

The printer runs in full colour at 1,600 x 800 dpi at 300mm/second or 1,600 x 1,600 dpi at 150mm/second. Print width runs from 50mm to 222mm and can handle substrates from 0.13mm to 0.33mm thick.

AMS managing director Kevin McPheat said: “We spent time looking for the right label printer in terms of price, quality and speed to offer our customers.

“I am sure that visitors at the shows will be impressed with the speed and the colours of the M1C Labelmaxer. Companies that print labels in small quantities and bright colours will now be able to promote their brands much more cost-efficiently.”

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