The labelling, bar coding and software solution specialist makes an appearance at Label&Print 2016 following its appointment as UK distributor of Anytron colour label printers.
The first label printer in the range, the Anytron Any-002, has been introduced to satisfy a growing need from companies who want to print their own full colour labels on demand. The Any-002 is suitable for printing full colour labels in small and medium quantities. Offering a resolution of 600 x 1200 dpi, at speeds of up to nine meters per minute (six inches per second) and widths of up to 216 mm (8.5 inches), the printer is said to be an economical solution that dramatically reduces lead times and eliminates the need to hold stock of pre-printed labels.
The Kettering-based company recently announced the launch of the Epson ColorWorks C7500G digital, inkjet colour label printer, which it said can revolutionise in-house label printing. It has also developed a new, powerful stand-alone label printing system described as low cost and providing a high level of functionality all in a remarkably small footprint.
Also on display will be the ultra-fast NeuraLabel 300x colour label printer, which is capable of printing up to 20 inches per second and the recently added the cab A5100 series print and apply labelling system which expands AM Labels’ extensive range of cab label printers.
AM Labels holds one of the UK’s largest amount of adhesive labels in stock.
As well as the labels that it produces, AM labels is a leading expert in colour label printing, and stock from a range of manufacturers including Epson, Afinia, NeuraLog and VIPcolor.
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