The ID Technology high speed PowerMerge™ family of vacuum belt applicators take labels from the Print Engine as they are being printed and transfers them, via a vacuum belt, from the peel tip of the print engine onto the Vacuum belt of the ID Technology Label Printer Applicator and adheres them onto the product using a Polyurethane roller that is spring loaded and traveling at the same speed as the product is traveling.
With the use of the vacuum belt the label can be applied at much higher rates than alternative Printer Applicators. The label for the next product can start printing during the time the first label is being applied or even before. Multiple labels can be on vacuum belt at the same time, printing is something that can be done all the time, not just some of the time. Print speed and feed is no longer linked to the speed of the product. These features make this approach perfect for high-speed, high-volume label printer applicator applications.
Benefit – High Speed, High Accuracy, Print Apply
Benefit – Reliable operation
Benefit – Consistent and Permanent label application and placement
Benefit – Less Maintenance and Lower Cost of Ownership
Benefit – Safety
Benefit – Higher print quality and more readable barcodes, especially rotated barcodes
The Model 252 prints crisp, clear barcodes and text on a variety of label and tag substrates.
PackML Compliant Label Printer Applicator with Enhanced Communication.
All the benefits of PowerMerge™ with unique design for enhanced flexibility.
A label applicator for pre-printed labels that can be upgraded to a label printer applicator.
The Model 252N applies one label across two adjacent panels of a box.
Specifically designed for use in harsh environments, without the use of a separate enclosure.
Designed for product lines that need multiple labels applied to boxes or pallets.
Electric High Speed Label Printer Applicator for variable height boxes
The Model 450 applies labels 30 to 40 percent faster than standard tamp style applicators.
Print and Apply labels in the harshest of conditions.