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AEP Industries Inc. Announces Results of Special Meeting

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AEP INDUSTRIES INC. REPORTS FISCAL 2016 RESULTS

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AEP Industries Inc. and Berry Plastics Group, Inc. Announce January 18, 2017 Election Deadline

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AEP INDUSTRIES INC. ANNOUNCES FIRST QUARTER FISCAL 2017 DIVIDEND

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AEP INDUSTRIES INC. REPORTS FISCAL 2016 THIRD QUARTER AND YEAR-TO- DATE RESULTS

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Berry Plastics Group, Inc. Announces Agreement to Acquire AEP Industries Inc.

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AEP Industries Inc. Announces Fourth Quarter Fiscal 2016 Dividend

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AEP INDUSTRIES INC. REPORTS FISCAL 2016 SECOND QUARTER AND YEAR-TO-DATE RESULTS

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Welcome to ProMach – Panther Industries

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We are super excited that Panther Industries is now part of our ProMach Labeling & Coding team! Like ID Technology, Panther is a manufacturer of both print/apply and decorative labeling systems.

As it happens, the two product lines of very complementary and between us we can now handle even more labeling applications and can build on our already extensive support network.

Of course, ID Technology already operates seven label converting and printing plants, to be able to support all of our labeling hardware anywhere in North America.

Panther print/apply labelers are particularly well suited for the fast-growing e-commerce and logistics market. The all-electric Panther Predator as an example is very successful and offers an alternative approach to labeling variable height products, compared to the ID Technology 350 model. It will be exciting to see how we can work together to continue growing in this important market.

Check out the Panther website here: https://print-n-apply.com/ Cool web address too!

So a huge welcome to our new colleagues from Colorado!

 

 

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We are super excited that Panther Industries is now part of our ProMach Labeling & Coding team! Like ID Technology, Panther is a manufacturer of both print/apply and decorative labeling systems.

As it happens, the two product lines of very complementary and between us we can now handle even more labeling applications and can build on our already extensive support network.

Of course, ID Technology already operates seven label converting and printing plants, to be able to support all of our labeling hardware anywhere in North America.

Panther print/apply labelers are particularly well suited for the fast-growing e-commerce and logistics market. The all-electric Panther Predator as an example is very successful and offers an alternative approach to labeling variable height products, compared to the ID Technology 350 model. It will be exciting to see how we can work together to continue growing in this important market.

Check out the Panther website here: https://print-n-apply.com/ Cool web address too!

So a huge welcome to our new colleagues from Colorado!

 

 

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We are super excited that Panther Industries is now part of our ProMach Labeling & Coding team! Like ID Technology, Panther is a manufacturer of both print/apply and decorative labeling systems.

As it happens, the two product lines of very complementary and between us we can now handle even more labeling applications and can build on our already extensive support network.

Of course, ID Technology already operates seven label converting and printing plants, to be able to support all of our labeling hardware anywhere in North America.

Welcome to ProMach – Panther Industries

Panther print/apply labelers are particularly well suited for the fast-growing e-commerce and logistics market. The all-electric Panther Predator as an example is very successful and offers an alternative approach to labeling variable height products, compared to the ID Technology 350 model. It will be exciting to see how we can work together to continue growing in this important market.

Check out the Panther website here: https://print-n-apply.com/ Cool web address too!

So a huge welcome to our new colleagues from Colorado!

 

 

[post_excerpt] => We are super excited that Panther Industries is now part of our ProMach Labeling & Coding team! Like ID Technology, Panther is a manufacturer of both print/apply and decorative labeling systems. As it happens, the two product lines of very complementary and between us we can now handle even more labeling applications and can build […] [post_date_gmt] => 2020-09-18 13:34:00 [post_date] => 2020-09-18 13:34:00 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-09-18 13:34:00 [post_modified] => 2020-09-18 13:34:00 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://www.labelingnews.com/?p=6048 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => Labeling News [syndication_source_uri] => http://www.labelingnews.com [syndication_source_id] => http://feeds.feedburner.com/labelingnews/HCzq [syndication_feed] => http://feeds.feedburner.com/labelingnews/HCzq [syndication_feed_id] => 12 [syndication_permalink] => http://www.labelingnews.com/2020/09/welcome-to-promach-panther-industries/ [syndication_item_hash] => bf936457daab7efe77c2ce1b6fcd2436 [faf_featured_image] => 0 [faf_process_image] => 0 ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 1 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( ) [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 1625 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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Celebrating 20 Years of Printer Applicator Manufacturing

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Twenty years ago (back in 2000), ID Technology launched a new label printer applicator model – the 250.

Until then, ID Technology had been a reseller of other OEMs products – the 250 being the first model designed and built by the company.

This new labeling system was more modular in construction when compared to competing equipment and was easy to use for both operators and mechanics – all at a competitive price.

A large number of customers agreed and the 250 became the best selling print and apply labeler in North America, with a range of applicator modules that enabled it to handle just about every labeling job.

Model 250 Label Printer Applicator

There are still many 250 systems operating – in labeling applications, despite the fact components in the electronics module are getting hard to find.

Today,  the successors of the 250, the ID Technology 252, 255 and 262 carry on the heritage of that original design and remain the best selling product line in the business.

Even more modular, with most adjustments eliminated, the new versions have an enhanced range of applicator modules that can handle even more applicators, at increasingly high speeds.

ID Technology labeling systems are certainly built to last and (when combined with our labels) offer a limited lifetime equipment warranty.

Want to improve your barcode labeling operations? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com to get started!

 

 

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Twenty years ago (back in 2000), ID Technology launched a new label printer applicator model – the 250.

Until then, ID Technology had been a reseller of other OEMs products – the 250 being the first model designed and built by the company.

This new labeling system was more modular in construction when compared to competing equipment and was easy to use for both operators and mechanics – all at a competitive price.

A large number of customers agreed and the 250 became the best selling print and apply labeler in North America, with a range of applicator modules that enabled it to handle just about every labeling job.

Model 250 Label Printer Applicator

There are still many 250 systems operating – in labeling applications, despite the fact components in the electronics module are getting hard to find.

Today,  the successors of the 250, the ID Technology 252, 255 and 262 carry on the heritage of that original design and remain the best selling product line in the business.

Even more modular, with most adjustments eliminated, the new versions have an enhanced range of applicator modules that can handle even more applicators, at increasingly high speeds.

ID Technology labeling systems are certainly built to last and (when combined with our labels) offer a limited lifetime equipment warranty.

Want to improve your barcode labeling operations? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com to get started!

 

 

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Celebrating 20 Years of Printer Applicator Manufacturing Twenty years ago (back in 2000), ID Technology launched a new label printer applicator model – the 250.

Until then, ID Technology had been a reseller of other OEMs products – the 250 being the first model designed and built by the company.

This new labeling system was more modular in construction when compared to competing equipment and was easy to use for both operators and mechanics – all at a competitive price.

A large number of customers agreed and the 250 became the best selling print and apply labeler in North America, with a range of applicator modules that enabled it to handle just about every labeling job.

Model 250 Label Printer Applicator

There are still many 250 systems operating – in labeling applications, despite the fact components in the electronics module are getting hard to find.

Today,  the successors of the 250, the ID Technology 252, 255 and 262 carry on the heritage of that original design and remain the best selling product line in the business.

Even more modular, with most adjustments eliminated, the new versions have an enhanced range of applicator modules that can handle even more applicators, at increasingly high speeds.

ID Technology labeling systems are certainly built to last and (when combined with our labels) offer a limited lifetime equipment warranty.

Want to improve your barcode labeling operations? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com to get started!

 

 

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Celebrating 20 Years of Printer Applicator Manufacturing Twenty years ago (back in 2000), ID Technology launched a new label printer applicator model – the 250.

Until then, ID Technology had been a reseller of other OEMs products – the 250 being the first model designed and built by the company.

This new labeling system was more modular in construction when compared to competing equipment and was easy to use for both operators and mechanics – all at a competitive price.

A large number of customers agreed and the 250 became the best selling print and apply labeler in North America, with a range of applicator modules that enabled it to handle just about every labeling job.

Celebrating 20 Years of Printer Applicator Manufacturing

Model 250 Label Printer Applicator

There are still many 250 systems operating – in labeling applications, despite the fact components in the electronics module are getting hard to find.

Today,  the successors of the 250, the ID Technology 252, 255 and 262 carry on the heritage of that original design and remain the best selling product line in the business.

Even more modular, with most adjustments eliminated, the new versions have an enhanced range of applicator modules that can handle even more applicators, at increasingly high speeds.

ID Technology labeling systems are certainly built to last and (when combined with our labels) offer a limited lifetime equipment warranty.

Want to improve your barcode labeling operations? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com to get started!

 

 

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New Additions to the ProMach Filling Team

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Sure, we are having to deal with a major pandemic at the moment, but it doesn’t mean things have slowed when it comes to growing our business.

Our Filling Business Line has two new members this summer, with the acquisitions of Modern Packaging and Fogg Filler.

These are two highly respected organizations that when combined with our existing filling brands, Federal and Pacific, make ProMach a real leader in the filling equipment sector.

Modern Packaging specializes in filling products into cups and trays for the food and dairy industries. Products handled include yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese and many more.

The company was founded in 1989 and is located in Deer Park, NY – right in the middle of Long Island.

We’ll be looking forward to seeing Modern equipment as a part of Zarpac packaging lines and we’ve also noted that all those filled cups need date coding!

Fogg Filler, based in Holland, MI was founded in 1956, has grown to be a leader in liquid filling.

Fogg equipment handles a wide range of products including bottled water, antifreeze, dairy products, and much more. As well as stand-alone filling machines, Fogg also builds integrated systems that can include capping and labeling.

Seems to me this is a great fit with our existing products such as Zalkin cappers, PE Labellers, and Pace unscramblers.

Huge thanks to our Corporate Development team for keeping ProMach moving forward, even in the toughest of times! We are looking forward to working with our new colleagues.

Whatever your packaging equipment needs, we can get you connected with the right people – just send email to us IDT@ProMachBuilt.com or you can contact me directly: david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

 

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Sure, we are having to deal with a major pandemic at the moment, but it doesn’t mean things have slowed when it comes to growing our business.

Our Filling Business Line has two new members this summer, with the acquisitions of Modern Packaging and Fogg Filler.

These are two highly respected organizations that when combined with our existing filling brands, Federal and Pacific, make ProMach a real leader in the filling equipment sector.

Modern Packaging specializes in filling products into cups and trays for the food and dairy industries. Products handled include yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese and many more.

The company was founded in 1989 and is located in Deer Park, NY – right in the middle of Long Island.

We’ll be looking forward to seeing Modern equipment as a part of Zarpac packaging lines and we’ve also noted that all those filled cups need date coding!

Fogg Filler, based in Holland, MI was founded in 1956, has grown to be a leader in liquid filling.

Fogg equipment handles a wide range of products including bottled water, antifreeze, dairy products, and much more. As well as stand-alone filling machines, Fogg also builds integrated systems that can include capping and labeling.

Seems to me this is a great fit with our existing products such as Zalkin cappers, PE Labellers, and Pace unscramblers.

Huge thanks to our Corporate Development team for keeping ProMach moving forward, even in the toughest of times! We are looking forward to working with our new colleagues.

Whatever your packaging equipment needs, we can get you connected with the right people – just send email to us IDT@ProMachBuilt.com or you can contact me directly: david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

 

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New Additions to the ProMach Filling TeamSure, we are having to deal with a major pandemic at the moment, but it doesn’t mean things have slowed when it comes to growing our business.

Our Filling Business Line has two new members this summer, with the acquisitions of Modern Packaging and Fogg Filler.

These are two highly respected organizations that when combined with our existing filling brands, Federal and Pacific, make ProMach a real leader in the filling equipment sector.

Modern Packaging specializes in filling products into cups and trays for the food and dairy industries. Products handled include yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese and many more.

The company was founded in 1989 and is located in Deer Park, NY – right in the middle of Long Island.

We’ll be looking forward to seeing Modern equipment as a part of Zarpac packaging lines and we’ve also noted that all those filled cups need date coding!

Fogg Filler, based in Holland, MI was founded in 1956, has grown to be a leader in liquid filling.

Fogg equipment handles a wide range of products including bottled water, antifreeze, dairy products, and much more. As well as stand-alone filling machines, Fogg also builds integrated systems that can include capping and labeling.

Seems to me this is a great fit with our existing products such as Zalkin cappers, PE Labellers, and Pace unscramblers.

Huge thanks to our Corporate Development team for keeping ProMach moving forward, even in the toughest of times! We are looking forward to working with our new colleagues.

Whatever your packaging equipment needs, we can get you connected with the right people – just send email to us IDT@ProMachBuilt.com or you can contact me directly: david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

 

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New Additions to the ProMach Filling TeamSure, we are having to deal with a major pandemic at the moment, but it doesn’t mean things have slowed when it comes to growing our business.

Our Filling Business Line has two new members this summer, with the acquisitions of Modern Packaging and Fogg Filler.

These are two highly respected organizations that when combined with our existing filling brands, Federal and Pacific, make ProMach a real leader in the filling equipment sector.

Modern Packaging specializes in filling products into cups and trays for the food and dairy industries. Products handled include yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese and many more.

New Additions to the ProMach Filling Team

The company was founded in 1989 and is located in Deer Park, NY – right in the middle of Long Island.

We’ll be looking forward to seeing Modern equipment as a part of Zarpac packaging lines and we’ve also noted that all those filled cups need date coding!

Fogg Filler, based in Holland, MI was founded in 1956, has grown to be a leader in liquid filling.

Fogg equipment handles a wide range of products including bottled water, antifreeze, dairy products, and much more. As well as stand-alone filling machines, Fogg also builds integrated systems that can include capping and labeling.

Seems to me this is a great fit with our existing products such as Zalkin cappers, PE Labellers, and Pace unscramblers.

Huge thanks to our Corporate Development team for keeping ProMach moving forward, even in the toughest of times! We are looking forward to working with our new colleagues.

Whatever your packaging equipment needs, we can get you connected with the right people – just send email to us IDT@ProMachBuilt.com or you can contact me directly: david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

 

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New Additions to the ProMach Filling TeamSure, we are having to deal with a major pandemic at the moment, but it doesn’t mean things have slowed when it comes to growing our business.

Our Filling Business Line has two new members this summer, with the acquisitions of Modern Packaging and Fogg Filler.

These are two highly respected organizations that when combined with our existing filling brands, Federal and Pacific, make ProMach a real leader in the filling equipment sector.

Modern Packaging specializes in filling products into cups and trays for the food and dairy industries. Products handled include yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese and many more.

New Additions to the ProMach Filling Team

The company was founded in 1989 and is located in Deer Park, NY – right in the middle of Long Island.

We’ll be looking forward to seeing Modern equipment as a part of Zarpac packaging lines and we’ve also noted that all those filled cups need date coding!

Fogg Filler, based in Holland, MI was founded in 1956, has grown to be a leader in liquid filling.

New Additions to the ProMach Filling Team

Fogg equipment handles a wide range of products including bottled water, antifreeze, dairy products, and much more. As well as stand-alone filling machines, Fogg also builds integrated systems that can include capping and labeling.

Seems to me this is a great fit with our existing products such as Zalkin cappers, PE Labellers, and Pace unscramblers.

Huge thanks to our Corporate Development team for keeping ProMach moving forward, even in the toughest of times! We are looking forward to working with our new colleagues.

Whatever your packaging equipment needs, we can get you connected with the right people – just send email to us IDT@ProMachBuilt.com or you can contact me directly: david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

 

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So PMMI finally announced the cancelation of PackExpo in Chicago – to absolutely no one’s surprise.

For everyone’s health, this is obviously a good thing, and it is interesting to see that there will still be a PackExpo – the PackExpo Connects Virtual Event.

It is going to be really interesting to see how this comes together – virtual tradeshows are clearly not a complete replacement for the real thing, but PMMI is promising a mix of live chats, online demos and other features to make the event as complete and interactive as possible.

I think this will be like many there things – the more we all put into it (either as exhibitors or visitors) the better it will be for everyone.

Do you usually attend the physical PackExpo shows? If so, will you be checking out the virtual version?

For more info, check out the PackExpo website here: https://www.packexpointernational.com/

We’ll be providing more info on ProMach’s participation at PackExpo Connects before too long.

See you online!!

 

[post_excerpt] => So PMMI finally announced the cancelation of PackExpo in Chicago – to absolutely no one’s surprise. For everyone’s health, this is obviously a good thing, and it is interesting to see that there will still be a PackExpo – the PackExpo Connects Virtual Event. It is going to be really interesting to see how this […] [post_date_gmt] => 2020-08-12 16:06:52 [post_date] => 2020-08-12 16:06:52 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-08-12 16:06:52 [post_modified] => 2020-08-12 16:06:52 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://www.labelingnews.com/?p=6031 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => Labeling News [syndication_source_uri] => http://www.labelingnews.com [syndication_source_id] => http://feeds.feedburner.com/labelingnews/HCzq [syndication_feed] => http://feeds.feedburner.com/labelingnews/HCzq [syndication_feed_id] => 12 [syndication_permalink] => http://www.labelingnews.com/2020/08/packexpo-connect-2020/ [syndication_item_hash] => 2df35c08c9f5eee358d3b38d08a9b3a2 ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 1 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( ) [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 1625 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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So PMMI finally announced the cancelation of PackExpo in Chicago – to absolutely no one’s surprise.

For everyone’s health, this is obviously a good thing, and it is interesting to see that there will still be a PackExpo – the PackExpo Connects Virtual Event.

It is going to be really interesting to see how this comes together – virtual tradeshows are clearly not a complete replacement for the real thing, but PMMI is promising a mix of live chats, online demos and other features to make the event as complete and interactive as possible.

I think this will be like many there things – the more we all put into it (either as exhibitors or visitors) the better it will be for everyone.

Do you usually attend the physical PackExpo shows? If so, will you be checking out the virtual version?

For more info, check out the PackExpo website here: https://www.packexpointernational.com/

We’ll be providing more info on ProMach’s participation at PackExpo Connects before too long.

See you online!!

 

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So PMMI finally announced the cancelation of PackExpo in Chicago – to absolutely no one’s surprise.

For everyone’s health, this is obviously a good thing, and it is interesting to see that there will still be a PackExpo – the PackExpo Connects Virtual Event.

PackExpo Connects 2020

It is going to be really interesting to see how this comes together – virtual tradeshows are clearly not a complete replacement for the real thing, but PMMI is promising a mix of live chats, online demos and other features to make the event as complete and interactive as possible.

I think this will be like many there things – the more we all put into it (either as exhibitors or visitors) the better it will be for everyone.

Do you usually attend the physical PackExpo shows? If so, will you be checking out the virtual version?

For more info, check out the PackExpo website here: https://www.packexpointernational.com/

We’ll be providing more info on ProMach’s participation at PackExpo Connects before too long.

See you online!!

 

[post_excerpt] => So PMMI finally announced the cancelation of PackExpo in Chicago – to absolutely no one’s surprise. For everyone’s health, this is obviously a good thing, and it is interesting to see that there will still be a PackExpo – the PackExpo Connects Virtual Event. It is going to be really interesting to see how this […] [post_date_gmt] => 2020-08-12 16:06:52 [post_date] => 2020-08-12 16:06:52 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-08-12 16:06:52 [post_modified] => 2020-08-12 16:06:52 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => http://www.labelingnews.com/?p=6031 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => ) [syndication_source] => Labeling News [syndication_source_uri] => http://www.labelingnews.com [syndication_source_id] => http://feeds.feedburner.com/labelingnews/HCzq [syndication_feed] => http://feeds.feedburner.com/labelingnews/HCzq [syndication_feed_id] => 12 [syndication_permalink] => http://www.labelingnews.com/2020/08/packexpo-connect-2020/ [syndication_item_hash] => 2df35c08c9f5eee358d3b38d08a9b3a2 [faf_featured_image] => 0 [faf_process_image] => 0 ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 1 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( ) [post_tag] => Array ( [0] => 1625 ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

EX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

EX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

EX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

EX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

EX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

EX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

EX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

EX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

EX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

EX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

EX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

EX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

EX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

EX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

EX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Can changing the label material you use for your barcode labeling make a big difference to your operations?Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

It certainly can, if you switch to ID Technology’s new AutoSeries EX label stock.

AutoSeries EX is the new label product line from ID Technology – designed to enhance your print and apply labeling for secondary packaging and logistics. 

Utilizing a smoother and denser liner, AutoSeries EX labels improve productivity, performance, and sustainability – all while using the same proven facesheet materials and adhesive weights, so there is no compromise on printing or application performance.

AutoSeries EX material is available for both thermal transfer and direct thermal printing and in standard paper as well as synthetics.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Productivity

EX materials provide 20% more labels per roll, resulting in less downtime for label roll changes. 

Stopping for label roll replenishment only takes a few minutes but it adds up over the course of a year.

The following example demonstrates the EX advantage benefit, when using a 4.000 X 6.000 label and a 14” OD roll configuration – based on 5 million labels per year.

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

Reduce Downtime With AutoSeries EX Labels

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Performance

EX materials utilize a smoother and denser liner.  These properties allow for more consistent diecut depth, cleaner label release, and less adhesive buildup over time.  Customers benefit from a higher-performing product and reduced maintenance requirements.

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

The die-cutting performance of AutoSeries EX helps us get you the possible quality labels – every time!

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New LabelsEX-tended Sustainability

As the need for environmental sustainability continues to increase, brands are looking for ways to make their operations greener. 

Labels made from AutoSeries EX materials, yield a 30% reduction in label landfill waste – thanks to the thinner, denser liner. 

In addition, winding more labels per roll allows more labels to be packed per pallet – translating to fewer shipments (and therefore reduced carbon emissions) per year. 

 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

Want to make an even bigger contribution to reducing landfill waste?

Consider switching to direct thermal labels as an alternative to thermal transfer. A company printing 5,000.000 4 x 6 inch thermal transfer labels per year is adding 2.5 million feet of ribbon waste to their local landfill per year! 

Improve Productivity, Sustainability with New Labels

Obviously using direct thermal labels also has the advantage of having one less consumable item (the thermal transfer ribbon) to change, reducing roll change time, and improving productivity.

Sometimes You Can Have it All!

Because the price of the new AutoSeries EX labels is unchanged from our conventional labels, our customers are in a great position to enjoy the advantages this new range of materials brings.

The existing features of our AutoSeries labels, clear leaders and trailers, label/ribbon kits for thermal transfer – matched lengths of label and ribbon rolls to reduce stoppages for replenishment and of course our Lifetime Limited Equipment Warranty for customers who use our labels on ID Technology labeling machines.

Want to get started? Contact your ID Technology sales manager or feel free to send me email to David.Holliday@ProMachBuilt.com

Get ready to improve your labeling efficiency and sustainability efforts!

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Printing and applying labels so secondary packaging has usually involved some compromises.

Our super new CrossMerge concept shows that (at least a lot of the time) you can have it all.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Printing and applying labels so secondary packaging has usually involved some compromises.

Our super new CrossMerge concept shows that (at least a lot of the time) you can have it all.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Print and Apply – Finally as Simple as it Sounds. 

Many of our customers are faced with the same demands when it comes to labeling their secondary packaging:

Traditionally, labels would be applied to the side of a shipping case or tray, using a pneumatic or servo driven tamp arrangement. This method has provided excellent service over the years and it is still the most common process in use today.

Using a tamp applicator, while being simple and reliable, does have some drawbacks, though.

The label can only be printed while the tamp pad is in its home position. This means that there are parts of the application cycle where the printer is forced to be idle – reducing the maximum output of the labeler.

These systems usually need plant compressed air to operate them. With many of our customers looking to reduce their overall plant air usage, this is not ideal.

There can also be safety considerations with reciprocating parts operating at high speeds – it is difficult to ensure there are no pinch points.

PowerMerge™

To address some of these issues, ID Technology introduced PowerMerge.

Rather than using a tamp system to deliver the label to the product, as the label leaves the print engine, it travels on a driven belt where it is controlled by a flow of air (from a fan, not plant air) to the product.

PowerMerge provides some great advantages:

Once a label is printed and on the belt, the next label can start its own print process. This virtually eliminates and seat time in the print-apply, increasing output considerably.

Gaining time in the sequence also means that the printer can run at lower print speeds, even while maintaining high outputs. This provides better print quality and longer life of printer components.

However, while PowerMerge is often a big step forward compared to tamp applicators, it does have a couple of drawbacks.

Introducing CrossMerge™

CrossMerge brings our PowerMerge concept to another level.

Labels feed from the printer ib the most efficient orientation and then change direction to allow them to be wiped onto the product.

For our customers, there are some huge advantages of CrossMerge.

One of the (many) cool things about CrossMerge is that it can be installed on most existing ID Technology 252 or 255 labeling systems – make the most of your current investment.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Print and Apply – Finally as Simple as it Sounds. 

Many of our customers are faced with the same demands when it comes to labeling their secondary packaging:

Traditionally, labels would be applied to the side of a shipping case or tray, using a pneumatic or servo driven tamp arrangement. This method has provided excellent service over the years and it is still the most common process in use today.

Using a tamp applicator, while being simple and reliable, does have some drawbacks, though.

The label can only be printed while the tamp pad is in its home position. This means that there are parts of the application cycle where the printer is forced to be idle – reducing the maximum output of the labeler.

These systems usually need plant compressed air to operate them. With many of our customers looking to reduce their overall plant air usage, this is not ideal.

There can also be safety considerations with reciprocating parts operating at high speeds – it is difficult to ensure there are no pinch points.

PowerMerge™

To address some of these issues, ID Technology introduced PowerMerge.

Rather than using a tamp system to deliver the label to the product, as the label leaves the print engine, it travels on a driven belt where it is controlled by a flow of air (from a fan, not plant air) to the product.

PowerMerge provides some great advantages:

Once a label is printed and on the belt, the next label can start its own print process. This virtually eliminates and seat time in the print-apply, increasing output considerably.

Gaining time in the sequence also means that the printer can run at lower print speeds, even while maintaining high outputs. This provides better print quality and longer life of printer components.

However, while PowerMerge is often a big step forward compared to tamp applicators, it does have a couple of drawbacks.

Introducing CrossMerge™

CrossMerge brings our PowerMerge concept to another level.

Labels feed from the printer ib the most efficient orientation and then change direction to allow them to be wiped onto the product.

For our customers, there are some huge advantages of CrossMerge.

One of the (many) cool things about CrossMerge is that it can be installed on most existing ID Technology 252 or 255 labeling systems – make the most of your current investment.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Print and Apply – Finally as Simple as it Sounds. 

Many of our customers are faced with the same demands when it comes to labeling their secondary packaging:

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Traditionally, labels would be applied to the side of a shipping case or tray, using a pneumatic or servo driven tamp arrangement. This method has provided excellent service over the years and it is still the most common process in use today.

Using a tamp applicator, while being simple and reliable, does have some drawbacks, though.

The label can only be printed while the tamp pad is in its home position. This means that there are parts of the application cycle where the printer is forced to be idle – reducing the maximum output of the labeler.

These systems usually need plant compressed air to operate them. With many of our customers looking to reduce their overall plant air usage, this is not ideal.

There can also be safety considerations with reciprocating parts operating at high speeds – it is difficult to ensure there are no pinch points.

PowerMerge™

To address some of these issues, ID Technology introduced PowerMerge.

Rather than using a tamp system to deliver the label to the product, as the label leaves the print engine, it travels on a driven belt where it is controlled by a flow of air (from a fan, not plant air) to the product.

PowerMerge provides some great advantages:

Once a label is printed and on the belt, the next label can start its own print process. This virtually eliminates and seat time in the print-apply, increasing output considerably.

Gaining time in the sequence also means that the printer can run at lower print speeds, even while maintaining high outputs. This provides better print quality and longer life of printer components.

However, while PowerMerge is often a big step forward compared to tamp applicators, it does have a couple of drawbacks.

Introducing CrossMerge™

CrossMerge brings our PowerMerge concept to another level.

Labels feed from the printer ib the most efficient orientation and then change direction to allow them to be wiped onto the product.

For our customers, there are some huge advantages of CrossMerge.

One of the (many) cool things about CrossMerge is that it can be installed on most existing ID Technology 252 or 255 labeling systems – make the most of your current investment.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Print and Apply – Finally as Simple as it Sounds. 

Many of our customers are faced with the same demands when it comes to labeling their secondary packaging:

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Traditionally, labels would be applied to the side of a shipping case or tray, using a pneumatic or servo driven tamp arrangement. This method has provided excellent service over the years and it is still the most common process in use today.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Using a tamp applicator, while being simple and reliable, does have some drawbacks, though.

The label can only be printed while the tamp pad is in its home position. This means that there are parts of the application cycle where the printer is forced to be idle – reducing the maximum output of the labeler.

These systems usually need plant compressed air to operate them. With many of our customers looking to reduce their overall plant air usage, this is not ideal.

There can also be safety considerations with reciprocating parts operating at high speeds – it is difficult to ensure there are no pinch points.

PowerMerge™

To address some of these issues, ID Technology introduced PowerMerge.

Rather than using a tamp system to deliver the label to the product, as the label leaves the print engine, it travels on a driven belt where it is controlled by a flow of air (from a fan, not plant air) to the product.

PowerMerge provides some great advantages:

Once a label is printed and on the belt, the next label can start its own print process. This virtually eliminates and seat time in the print-apply, increasing output considerably.

Gaining time in the sequence also means that the printer can run at lower print speeds, even while maintaining high outputs. This provides better print quality and longer life of printer components.

However, while PowerMerge is often a big step forward compared to tamp applicators, it does have a couple of drawbacks.

Introducing CrossMerge™

CrossMerge brings our PowerMerge concept to another level.

Labels feed from the printer ib the most efficient orientation and then change direction to allow them to be wiped onto the product.

For our customers, there are some huge advantages of CrossMerge.

One of the (many) cool things about CrossMerge is that it can be installed on most existing ID Technology 252 or 255 labeling systems – make the most of your current investment.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Print and Apply – Finally as Simple as it Sounds. 

Many of our customers are faced with the same demands when it comes to labeling their secondary packaging:

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Traditionally, labels would be applied to the side of a shipping case or tray, using a pneumatic or servo driven tamp arrangement. This method has provided excellent service over the years and it is still the most common process in use today.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Using a tamp applicator, while being simple and reliable, does have some drawbacks, though.

The label can only be printed while the tamp pad is in its home position. This means that there are parts of the application cycle where the printer is forced to be idle – reducing the maximum output of the labeler.

These systems usually need plant compressed air to operate them. With many of our customers looking to reduce their overall plant air usage, this is not ideal.

There can also be safety considerations with reciprocating parts operating at high speeds – it is difficult to ensure there are no pinch points.

PowerMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

To address some of these issues, ID Technology introduced PowerMerge.

Rather than using a tamp system to deliver the label to the product, as the label leaves the print engine, it travels on a driven belt where it is controlled by a flow of air (from a fan, not plant air) to the product.

PowerMerge provides some great advantages:

Once a label is printed and on the belt, the next label can start its own print process. This virtually eliminates and seat time in the print-apply, increasing output considerably.

Gaining time in the sequence also means that the printer can run at lower print speeds, even while maintaining high outputs. This provides better print quality and longer life of printer components.

However, while PowerMerge is often a big step forward compared to tamp applicators, it does have a couple of drawbacks.

Introducing CrossMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

CrossMerge brings our PowerMerge concept to another level.

Labels feed from the printer ib the most efficient orientation and then change direction to allow them to be wiped onto the product.

For our customers, there are some huge advantages of CrossMerge.

One of the (many) cool things about CrossMerge is that it can be installed on most existing ID Technology 252 or 255 labeling systems – make the most of your current investment.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Print and Apply – Finally as Simple as it Sounds. 

Many of our customers are faced with the same demands when it comes to labeling their secondary packaging:

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Traditionally, labels would be applied to the side of a shipping case or tray, using a pneumatic or servo driven tamp arrangement. This method has provided excellent service over the years and it is still the most common process in use today.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Using a tamp applicator, while being simple and reliable, does have some drawbacks, though.

The label can only be printed while the tamp pad is in its home position. This means that there are parts of the application cycle where the printer is forced to be idle – reducing the maximum output of the labeler.

These systems usually need plant compressed air to operate them. With many of our customers looking to reduce their overall plant air usage, this is not ideal.

There can also be safety considerations with reciprocating parts operating at high speeds – it is difficult to ensure there are no pinch points.

PowerMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

To address some of these issues, ID Technology introduced PowerMerge.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Rather than using a tamp system to deliver the label to the product, as the label leaves the print engine, it travels on a driven belt where it is controlled by a flow of air (from a fan, not plant air) to the product.

PowerMerge provides some great advantages:

Once a label is printed and on the belt, the next label can start its own print process. This virtually eliminates and seat time in the print-apply, increasing output considerably.

Gaining time in the sequence also means that the printer can run at lower print speeds, even while maintaining high outputs. This provides better print quality and longer life of printer components.

However, while PowerMerge is often a big step forward compared to tamp applicators, it does have a couple of drawbacks.

Introducing CrossMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

CrossMerge brings our PowerMerge concept to another level.

Labels feed from the printer ib the most efficient orientation and then change direction to allow them to be wiped onto the product.

For our customers, there are some huge advantages of CrossMerge.

One of the (many) cool things about CrossMerge is that it can be installed on most existing ID Technology 252 or 255 labeling systems – make the most of your current investment.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Print and Apply – Finally as Simple as it Sounds. 

Many of our customers are faced with the same demands when it comes to labeling their secondary packaging:

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Traditionally, labels would be applied to the side of a shipping case or tray, using a pneumatic or servo driven tamp arrangement. This method has provided excellent service over the years and it is still the most common process in use today.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Using a tamp applicator, while being simple and reliable, does have some drawbacks, though.

The label can only be printed while the tamp pad is in its home position. This means that there are parts of the application cycle where the printer is forced to be idle – reducing the maximum output of the labeler.

These systems usually need plant compressed air to operate them. With many of our customers looking to reduce their overall plant air usage, this is not ideal.

There can also be safety considerations with reciprocating parts operating at high speeds – it is difficult to ensure there are no pinch points.

PowerMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

To address some of these issues, ID Technology introduced PowerMerge.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Rather than using a tamp system to deliver the label to the product, as the label leaves the print engine, it travels on a driven belt where it is controlled by a flow of air (from a fan, not plant air) to the product.

PowerMerge provides some great advantages:

Once a label is printed and on the belt, the next label can start its own print process. This virtually eliminates and seat time in the print-apply, increasing output considerably.

Gaining time in the sequence also means that the printer can run at lower print speeds, even while maintaining high outputs. This provides better print quality and longer life of printer components.

However, while PowerMerge is often a big step forward compared to tamp applicators, it does have a couple of drawbacks.

Introducing CrossMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

CrossMerge brings our PowerMerge concept to another level.

Labels feed from the printer ib the most efficient orientation and then change direction to allow them to be wiped onto the product.

For our customers, there are some huge advantages of CrossMerge.

One of the (many) cool things about CrossMerge is that it can be installed on most existing ID Technology 252 or 255 labeling systems – make the most of your current investment.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Print and Apply – Finally as Simple as it Sounds. 

Many of our customers are faced with the same demands when it comes to labeling their secondary packaging:

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Traditionally, labels would be applied to the side of a shipping case or tray, using a pneumatic or servo driven tamp arrangement. This method has provided excellent service over the years and it is still the most common process in use today.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Using a tamp applicator, while being simple and reliable, does have some drawbacks, though.

The label can only be printed while the tamp pad is in its home position. This means that there are parts of the application cycle where the printer is forced to be idle – reducing the maximum output of the labeler.

These systems usually need plant compressed air to operate them. With many of our customers looking to reduce their overall plant air usage, this is not ideal.

There can also be safety considerations with reciprocating parts operating at high speeds – it is difficult to ensure there are no pinch points.

PowerMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

To address some of these issues, ID Technology introduced PowerMerge.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Rather than using a tamp system to deliver the label to the product, as the label leaves the print engine, it travels on a driven belt where it is controlled by a flow of air (from a fan, not plant air) to the product.

PowerMerge provides some great advantages:

Once a label is printed and on the belt, the next label can start its own print process. This virtually eliminates and seat time in the print-apply, increasing output considerably.

Gaining time in the sequence also means that the printer can run at lower print speeds, even while maintaining high outputs. This provides better print quality and longer life of printer components.

However, while PowerMerge is often a big step forward compared to tamp applicators, it does have a couple of drawbacks.

Introducing CrossMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

CrossMerge brings our PowerMerge concept to another level.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Labels feed from the printer ib the most efficient orientation and then change direction to allow them to be wiped onto the product.

For our customers, there are some huge advantages of CrossMerge.

One of the (many) cool things about CrossMerge is that it can be installed on most existing ID Technology 252 or 255 labeling systems – make the most of your current investment.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Print and Apply – Finally as Simple as it Sounds. 

Many of our customers are faced with the same demands when it comes to labeling their secondary packaging:

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Traditionally, labels would be applied to the side of a shipping case or tray, using a pneumatic or servo driven tamp arrangement. This method has provided excellent service over the years and it is still the most common process in use today.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Using a tamp applicator, while being simple and reliable, does have some drawbacks, though.

The label can only be printed while the tamp pad is in its home position. This means that there are parts of the application cycle where the printer is forced to be idle – reducing the maximum output of the labeler.

These systems usually need plant compressed air to operate them. With many of our customers looking to reduce their overall plant air usage, this is not ideal.

There can also be safety considerations with reciprocating parts operating at high speeds – it is difficult to ensure there are no pinch points.

PowerMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

To address some of these issues, ID Technology introduced PowerMerge.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Rather than using a tamp system to deliver the label to the product, as the label leaves the print engine, it travels on a driven belt where it is controlled by a flow of air (from a fan, not plant air) to the product.

PowerMerge provides some great advantages:

Once a label is printed and on the belt, the next label can start its own print process. This virtually eliminates and seat time in the print-apply, increasing output considerably.

Gaining time in the sequence also means that the printer can run at lower print speeds, even while maintaining high outputs. This provides better print quality and longer life of printer components.

However, while PowerMerge is often a big step forward compared to tamp applicators, it does have a couple of drawbacks.

Introducing CrossMergeThe Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

CrossMerge brings our PowerMerge concept to another level.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

Labels feed from the printer ib the most efficient orientation and then change direction to allow them to be wiped onto the product.

The Evolution of Print – Apply Labeling

For our customers, there are some huge advantages of CrossMerge.

One of the (many) cool things about CrossMerge is that it can be installed on most existing ID Technology 252 or 255 labeling systems – make the most of your current investment.

Want to learn more? Contact me at david.holliday@ProMachBuilt.com or visit www.idtechnology.com

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Okay, I’m not suggesting that your barcodes are looking a little scraggly and in need of getting their chins cleaned up. Barcode shaving (also often referred to as pixel shaving) is a way of tweaking your barcodes to get the best, verified print quality.

In this article I want to dig a little into this process and how it relates to printing two-dimensional barcodes when using inkjet printers.

When producing 2D barcodes such as DataMatrix or QR code to GS1 standards, it is obviously important that the data is correct, the structure of the encoded data is correct and the quality of the printed code meets the quality standard.

Typical GS1 DataMatrix Code

Getting the data correct is really the job of the organization that’s printing the barcode, after all, it is their data.

The structure of a GS1 barcode is defined in the GS1 general specification. It’s relatively easy to check that the structure of the data is correct in some cases using a simple smartphone application – I’ve discussed this several times elsewhere.

In the GS1 system, quality for 2D barcodes, such as data matrix and QR codes, is defined in the ISO/IEC 15416 standard.

To verify the quality of a barcode against the standard, a number of measurements are taken using a calibrated verifier. All of these measurements each produce an individual grade which is then combined into one single overall score.

One of these parameters is called print growth. This measures the size of the elements in the barcode and ensures they haven’t crept above the size they should be.

With a 2D DataMatrix barcode, as an example, each of the little squares that makes up the symbol should be exactly the same size, both the dark and light squares.

Look at these two examples:

One of them looks to be printed nice and darkly you – would think that it will be easy for a scanner to read and that its verification score will be good.

In the other example, the barcode looks somewhat lighter. Intuition tells us, that this one would be more difficult to read in the dark version and possibly would score less high in the verification

As it happens, both barcodes are easy to read with most barcode scanners – I can read them just fine with the Barcode Check app on my phone.

However, if you look more closely at the darker example, you’ll see that the darker squares are somewhat larger than the white ones – this is print growth.

What is Print Growth?

When printing with an inkjet printer, the image is produced of a number of very small individual drops of ink. The examples I’ve used were printed on our ClearMark Thermal Inkjet printer, set at 300 dots per inch in both the horizontal and vertical axis. Since the barcode is 0.5″ square, each size is 150 drops or pixels and the individual small squares that make up the barcode are 7 x 7 pixels.

As the drops of ink are sprayed onto the product, they dry quickly (assuming the ink is compatible with the substrate), but not instantly. There is often some time for the drops to spread a little before they set permanently, causing the elements on the image to be slightly larger than intended.

This is why when inspecting a DataMatrix or QR Code that has been printed using inkjet, the small squares that are printed are often too large as the ink spreads.

This is print growth – you can see in the darker example, that the black squares are infringing on the white ones – causing the white squares to be smaller, or even rectangular, rather than squares.

Print growth will downgrade the ISO score of your barcode – possibly to the extent that it fails verification.

So What’s The Solution?

In these situations, Barcode (or Pixel) Shaving is your friend.

With each of the small squares in my example barcode, our ID Technology and Code Tech TIJ printers (and our Greydon Genesis inkjet printers), allow pixels to be removed (shaved) from around each square. So I could make the elements of my barcode 6 x 6 pixels (instead of 7 x 7), but still centered in the same location. This allows the ink to spread a little in each barcode element, but still stay within its assigned overall area.

Using barcode shaving on our printers allows them to be fine-tuned to ensure the best verification scores for both DataMatrix and QR Codes. This is huge for customers who need to comply with GS1 standards, such as those in the medical of pharma industries.

 

Is it easy to set up?

Yes, this is easy to use on both our Code Tech and ClearMark printers.

Here is the setting screen on ClearMark. You simply set the amount of shaving as a percentage. There is a little trial and error involved, but the setting is saved with the message to remember for next time.

 

So Shaving is Good?

Yes – this feature can be the difference between passing or failing barcode verification. It is often well worth the time to spend a few minutes fine-tuning your barcode settings, to avoid potential problems in the future.

Want to Learn More?

How can you start improving your own packaging coding? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com We’ll get you in touch with one of our local experts right away.

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Okay, I’m not suggesting that your barcodes are looking a little scraggly and in need of getting their chins cleaned up. Barcode shaving (also often referred to as pixel shaving) is a way of tweaking your barcodes to get the best, verified print quality.

In this article I want to dig a little into this process and how it relates to printing two-dimensional barcodes when using inkjet printers.

When producing 2D barcodes such as DataMatrix or QR code to GS1 standards, it is obviously important that the data is correct, the structure of the encoded data is correct and the quality of the printed code meets the quality standard.

Typical GS1 DataMatrix Code

Getting the data correct is really the job of the organization that’s printing the barcode, after all, it is their data.

The structure of a GS1 barcode is defined in the GS1 general specification. It’s relatively easy to check that the structure of the data is correct in some cases using a simple smartphone application – I’ve discussed this several times elsewhere.

In the GS1 system, quality for 2D barcodes, such as data matrix and QR codes, is defined in the ISO/IEC 15416 standard.

To verify the quality of a barcode against the standard, a number of measurements are taken using a calibrated verifier. All of these measurements each produce an individual grade which is then combined into one single overall score.

One of these parameters is called print growth. This measures the size of the elements in the barcode and ensures they haven’t crept above the size they should be.

With a 2D DataMatrix barcode, as an example, each of the little squares that makes up the symbol should be exactly the same size, both the dark and light squares.

Look at these two examples:

One of them looks to be printed nice and darkly you – would think that it will be easy for a scanner to read and that its verification score will be good.

In the other example, the barcode looks somewhat lighter. Intuition tells us, that this one would be more difficult to read in the dark version and possibly would score less high in the verification

As it happens, both barcodes are easy to read with most barcode scanners – I can read them just fine with the Barcode Check app on my phone.

However, if you look more closely at the darker example, you’ll see that the darker squares are somewhat larger than the white ones – this is print growth.

What is Print Growth?

When printing with an inkjet printer, the image is produced of a number of very small individual drops of ink. The examples I’ve used were printed on our ClearMark Thermal Inkjet printer, set at 300 dots per inch in both the horizontal and vertical axis. Since the barcode is 0.5″ square, each size is 150 drops or pixels and the individual small squares that make up the barcode are 7 x 7 pixels.

As the drops of ink are sprayed onto the product, they dry quickly (assuming the ink is compatible with the substrate), but not instantly. There is often some time for the drops to spread a little before they set permanently, causing the elements on the image to be slightly larger than intended.

This is why when inspecting a DataMatrix or QR Code that has been printed using inkjet, the small squares that are printed are often too large as the ink spreads.

This is print growth – you can see in the darker example, that the black squares are infringing on the white ones – causing the white squares to be smaller, or even rectangular, rather than squares.

Print growth will downgrade the ISO score of your barcode – possibly to the extent that it fails verification.

So What’s The Solution?

In these situations, Barcode (or Pixel) Shaving is your friend.

With each of the small squares in my example barcode, our ID Technology and Code Tech TIJ printers (and our Greydon Genesis inkjet printers), allow pixels to be removed (shaved) from around each square. So I could make the elements of my barcode 6 x 6 pixels (instead of 7 x 7), but still centered in the same location. This allows the ink to spread a little in each barcode element, but still stay within its assigned overall area.

Using barcode shaving on our printers allows them to be fine-tuned to ensure the best verification scores for both DataMatrix and QR Codes. This is huge for customers who need to comply with GS1 standards, such as those in the medical of pharma industries.

 

Is it easy to set up?

Yes, this is easy to use on both our Code Tech and ClearMark printers.

Here is the setting screen on ClearMark. You simply set the amount of shaving as a percentage. There is a little trial and error involved, but the setting is saved with the message to remember for next time.

 

So Shaving is Good?

Yes – this feature can be the difference between passing or failing barcode verification. It is often well worth the time to spend a few minutes fine-tuning your barcode settings, to avoid potential problems in the future.

Want to Learn More?

How can you start improving your own packaging coding? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com We’ll get you in touch with one of our local experts right away.

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The Art of Barcode ShavingOkay, I’m not suggesting that your barcodes are looking a little scraggly and in need of getting their chins cleaned up. Barcode shaving (also often referred to as pixel shaving) is a way of tweaking your barcodes to get the best, verified print quality.

In this article I want to dig a little into this process and how it relates to printing two-dimensional barcodes when using inkjet printers.

When producing 2D barcodes such as DataMatrix or QR code to GS1 standards, it is obviously important that the data is correct, the structure of the encoded data is correct and the quality of the printed code meets the quality standard.

Typical GS1 DataMatrix Code

Getting the data correct is really the job of the organization that’s printing the barcode, after all, it is their data.

The structure of a GS1 barcode is defined in the GS1 general specification. It’s relatively easy to check that the structure of the data is correct in some cases using a simple smartphone application – I’ve discussed this several times elsewhere.

In the GS1 system, quality for 2D barcodes, such as data matrix and QR codes, is defined in the ISO/IEC 15416 standard.

To verify the quality of a barcode against the standard, a number of measurements are taken using a calibrated verifier. All of these measurements each produce an individual grade which is then combined into one single overall score.

One of these parameters is called print growth. This measures the size of the elements in the barcode and ensures they haven’t crept above the size they should be.

With a 2D DataMatrix barcode, as an example, each of the little squares that makes up the symbol should be exactly the same size, both the dark and light squares.

Look at these two examples:

One of them looks to be printed nice and darkly you – would think that it will be easy for a scanner to read and that its verification score will be good.

In the other example, the barcode looks somewhat lighter. Intuition tells us, that this one would be more difficult to read in the dark version and possibly would score less high in the verification

As it happens, both barcodes are easy to read with most barcode scanners – I can read them just fine with the Barcode Check app on my phone.

However, if you look more closely at the darker example, you’ll see that the darker squares are somewhat larger than the white ones – this is print growth.

What is Print Growth?

When printing with an inkjet printer, the image is produced of a number of very small individual drops of ink. The examples I’ve used were printed on our ClearMark Thermal Inkjet printer, set at 300 dots per inch in both the horizontal and vertical axis. Since the barcode is 0.5″ square, each size is 150 drops or pixels and the individual small squares that make up the barcode are 7 x 7 pixels.

As the drops of ink are sprayed onto the product, they dry quickly (assuming the ink is compatible with the substrate), but not instantly. There is often some time for the drops to spread a little before they set permanently, causing the elements on the image to be slightly larger than intended.

This is why when inspecting a DataMatrix or QR Code that has been printed using inkjet, the small squares that are printed are often too large as the ink spreads.

This is print growth – you can see in the darker example, that the black squares are infringing on the white ones – causing the white squares to be smaller, or even rectangular, rather than squares.

Print growth will downgrade the ISO score of your barcode – possibly to the extent that it fails verification.

So What’s The Solution?

In these situations, Barcode (or Pixel) Shaving is your friend.

With each of the small squares in my example barcode, our ID Technology and Code Tech TIJ printers (and our Greydon Genesis inkjet printers), allow pixels to be removed (shaved) from around each square. So I could make the elements of my barcode 6 x 6 pixels (instead of 7 x 7), but still centered in the same location. This allows the ink to spread a little in each barcode element, but still stay within its assigned overall area.

Using barcode shaving on our printers allows them to be fine-tuned to ensure the best verification scores for both DataMatrix and QR Codes. This is huge for customers who need to comply with GS1 standards, such as those in the medical of pharma industries.

 

Is it easy to set up?

Yes, this is easy to use on both our Code Tech and ClearMark printers.

Here is the setting screen on ClearMark. You simply set the amount of shaving as a percentage. There is a little trial and error involved, but the setting is saved with the message to remember for next time.

 

So Shaving is Good?

Yes – this feature can be the difference between passing or failing barcode verification. It is often well worth the time to spend a few minutes fine-tuning your barcode settings, to avoid potential problems in the future.

Want to Learn More?

How can you start improving your own packaging coding? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com We’ll get you in touch with one of our local experts right away.

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The Art of Barcode ShavingOkay, I’m not suggesting that your barcodes are looking a little scraggly and in need of getting their chins cleaned up. Barcode shaving (also often referred to as pixel shaving) is a way of tweaking your barcodes to get the best, verified print quality.

In this article I want to dig a little into this process and how it relates to printing two-dimensional barcodes when using inkjet printers.

When producing 2D barcodes such as DataMatrix or QR code to GS1 standards, it is obviously important that the data is correct, the structure of the encoded data is correct and the quality of the printed code meets the quality standard.

The Art of Barcode Shaving

Typical GS1 DataMatrix Code

Getting the data correct is really the job of the organization that’s printing the barcode, after all, it is their data.

The structure of a GS1 barcode is defined in the GS1 general specification. It’s relatively easy to check that the structure of the data is correct in some cases using a simple smartphone application – I’ve discussed this several times elsewhere.

In the GS1 system, quality for 2D barcodes, such as data matrix and QR codes, is defined in the ISO/IEC 15416 standard.

To verify the quality of a barcode against the standard, a number of measurements are taken using a calibrated verifier. All of these measurements each produce an individual grade which is then combined into one single overall score.

One of these parameters is called print growth. This measures the size of the elements in the barcode and ensures they haven’t crept above the size they should be.

With a 2D DataMatrix barcode, as an example, each of the little squares that makes up the symbol should be exactly the same size, both the dark and light squares.

Look at these two examples:

One of them looks to be printed nice and darkly you – would think that it will be easy for a scanner to read and that its verification score will be good.

In the other example, the barcode looks somewhat lighter. Intuition tells us, that this one would be more difficult to read in the dark version and possibly would score less high in the verification

As it happens, both barcodes are easy to read with most barcode scanners – I can read them just fine with the Barcode Check app on my phone.

However, if you look more closely at the darker example, you’ll see that the darker squares are somewhat larger than the white ones – this is print growth.

What is Print Growth?

When printing with an inkjet printer, the image is produced of a number of very small individual drops of ink. The examples I’ve used were printed on our ClearMark Thermal Inkjet printer, set at 300 dots per inch in both the horizontal and vertical axis. Since the barcode is 0.5″ square, each size is 150 drops or pixels and the individual small squares that make up the barcode are 7 x 7 pixels.

As the drops of ink are sprayed onto the product, they dry quickly (assuming the ink is compatible with the substrate), but not instantly. There is often some time for the drops to spread a little before they set permanently, causing the elements on the image to be slightly larger than intended.

This is why when inspecting a DataMatrix or QR Code that has been printed using inkjet, the small squares that are printed are often too large as the ink spreads.

This is print growth – you can see in the darker example, that the black squares are infringing on the white ones – causing the white squares to be smaller, or even rectangular, rather than squares.

Print growth will downgrade the ISO score of your barcode – possibly to the extent that it fails verification.

So What’s The Solution?

In these situations, Barcode (or Pixel) Shaving is your friend.

With each of the small squares in my example barcode, our ID Technology and Code Tech TIJ printers (and our Greydon Genesis inkjet printers), allow pixels to be removed (shaved) from around each square. So I could make the elements of my barcode 6 x 6 pixels (instead of 7 x 7), but still centered in the same location. This allows the ink to spread a little in each barcode element, but still stay within its assigned overall area.

Using barcode shaving on our printers allows them to be fine-tuned to ensure the best verification scores for both DataMatrix and QR Codes. This is huge for customers who need to comply with GS1 standards, such as those in the medical of pharma industries.

 

Is it easy to set up?

Yes, this is easy to use on both our Code Tech and ClearMark printers.

Here is the setting screen on ClearMark. You simply set the amount of shaving as a percentage. There is a little trial and error involved, but the setting is saved with the message to remember for next time.

 

So Shaving is Good?

Yes – this feature can be the difference between passing or failing barcode verification. It is often well worth the time to spend a few minutes fine-tuning your barcode settings, to avoid potential problems in the future.

Want to Learn More?

How can you start improving your own packaging coding? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com We’ll get you in touch with one of our local experts right away.

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The Art of Barcode ShavingOkay, I’m not suggesting that your barcodes are looking a little scraggly and in need of getting their chins cleaned up. Barcode shaving (also often referred to as pixel shaving) is a way of tweaking your barcodes to get the best, verified print quality.

In this article I want to dig a little into this process and how it relates to printing two-dimensional barcodes when using inkjet printers.

When producing 2D barcodes such as DataMatrix or QR code to GS1 standards, it is obviously important that the data is correct, the structure of the encoded data is correct and the quality of the printed code meets the quality standard.

The Art of Barcode Shaving

Typical GS1 DataMatrix Code

Getting the data correct is really the job of the organization that’s printing the barcode, after all, it is their data.

The structure of a GS1 barcode is defined in the GS1 general specification. It’s relatively easy to check that the structure of the data is correct in some cases using a simple smartphone application – I’ve discussed this several times elsewhere.

In the GS1 system, quality for 2D barcodes, such as data matrix and QR codes, is defined in the ISO/IEC 15416 standard.

To verify the quality of a barcode against the standard, a number of measurements are taken using a calibrated verifier. All of these measurements each produce an individual grade which is then combined into one single overall score.

One of these parameters is called print growth. This measures the size of the elements in the barcode and ensures they haven’t crept above the size they should be.

With a 2D DataMatrix barcode, as an example, each of the little squares that makes up the symbol should be exactly the same size, both the dark and light squares.

Look at these two examples:

The Art of Barcode Shaving

One of them looks to be printed nice and darkly you – would think that it will be easy for a scanner to read and that its verification score will be good.

In the other example, the barcode looks somewhat lighter. Intuition tells us, that this one would be more difficult to read in the dark version and possibly would score less high in the verification

As it happens, both barcodes are easy to read with most barcode scanners – I can read them just fine with the Barcode Check app on my phone.

However, if you look more closely at the darker example, you’ll see that the darker squares are somewhat larger than the white ones – this is print growth.

What is Print Growth?

When printing with an inkjet printer, the image is produced of a number of very small individual drops of ink. The examples I’ve used were printed on our ClearMark Thermal Inkjet printer, set at 300 dots per inch in both the horizontal and vertical axis. Since the barcode is 0.5″ square, each size is 150 drops or pixels and the individual small squares that make up the barcode are 7 x 7 pixels.

As the drops of ink are sprayed onto the product, they dry quickly (assuming the ink is compatible with the substrate), but not instantly. There is often some time for the drops to spread a little before they set permanently, causing the elements on the image to be slightly larger than intended.

This is why when inspecting a DataMatrix or QR Code that has been printed using inkjet, the small squares that are printed are often too large as the ink spreads.

This is print growth – you can see in the darker example, that the black squares are infringing on the white ones – causing the white squares to be smaller, or even rectangular, rather than squares.

Print growth will downgrade the ISO score of your barcode – possibly to the extent that it fails verification.

So What’s The Solution?

In these situations, Barcode (or Pixel) Shaving is your friend.

With each of the small squares in my example barcode, our ID Technology and Code Tech TIJ printers (and our Greydon Genesis inkjet printers), allow pixels to be removed (shaved) from around each square. So I could make the elements of my barcode 6 x 6 pixels (instead of 7 x 7), but still centered in the same location. This allows the ink to spread a little in each barcode element, but still stay within its assigned overall area.

Using barcode shaving on our printers allows them to be fine-tuned to ensure the best verification scores for both DataMatrix and QR Codes. This is huge for customers who need to comply with GS1 standards, such as those in the medical of pharma industries.

 

Is it easy to set up?

Yes, this is easy to use on both our Code Tech and ClearMark printers.

Here is the setting screen on ClearMark. You simply set the amount of shaving as a percentage. There is a little trial and error involved, but the setting is saved with the message to remember for next time.

 

So Shaving is Good?

Yes – this feature can be the difference between passing or failing barcode verification. It is often well worth the time to spend a few minutes fine-tuning your barcode settings, to avoid potential problems in the future.

Want to Learn More?

How can you start improving your own packaging coding? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com We’ll get you in touch with one of our local experts right away.

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The Art of Barcode ShavingOkay, I’m not suggesting that your barcodes are looking a little scraggly and in need of getting their chins cleaned up. Barcode shaving (also often referred to as pixel shaving) is a way of tweaking your barcodes to get the best, verified print quality.

In this article I want to dig a little into this process and how it relates to printing two-dimensional barcodes when using inkjet printers.

When producing 2D barcodes such as DataMatrix or QR code to GS1 standards, it is obviously important that the data is correct, the structure of the encoded data is correct and the quality of the printed code meets the quality standard.

The Art of Barcode Shaving

Typical GS1 DataMatrix Code

Getting the data correct is really the job of the organization that’s printing the barcode, after all, it is their data.

The structure of a GS1 barcode is defined in the GS1 general specification. It’s relatively easy to check that the structure of the data is correct in some cases using a simple smartphone application – I’ve discussed this several times elsewhere.

In the GS1 system, quality for 2D barcodes, such as data matrix and QR codes, is defined in the ISO/IEC 15416 standard.

To verify the quality of a barcode against the standard, a number of measurements are taken using a calibrated verifier. All of these measurements each produce an individual grade which is then combined into one single overall score.

One of these parameters is called print growth. This measures the size of the elements in the barcode and ensures they haven’t crept above the size they should be.

With a 2D DataMatrix barcode, as an example, each of the little squares that makes up the symbol should be exactly the same size, both the dark and light squares.

Look at these two examples:

The Art of Barcode Shaving

One of them looks to be printed nice and darkly you – would think that it will be easy for a scanner to read and that its verification score will be good.

In the other example, the barcode looks somewhat lighter. Intuition tells us, that this one would be more difficult to read in the dark version and possibly would score less high in the verification

As it happens, both barcodes are easy to read with most barcode scanners – I can read them just fine with the Barcode Check app on my phone.

However, if you look more closely at the darker example, you’ll see that the darker squares are somewhat larger than the white ones – this is print growth.

What is Print Growth?

When printing with an inkjet printer, the image is produced of a number of very small individual drops of ink. The examples I’ve used were printed on our ClearMark Thermal Inkjet printer, set at 300 dots per inch in both the horizontal and vertical axis. Since the barcode is 0.5″ square, each size is 150 drops or pixels and the individual small squares that make up the barcode are 7 x 7 pixels.

As the drops of ink are sprayed onto the product, they dry quickly (assuming the ink is compatible with the substrate), but not instantly. There is often some time for the drops to spread a little before they set permanently, causing the elements on the image to be slightly larger than intended.

This is why when inspecting a DataMatrix or QR Code that has been printed using inkjet, the small squares that are printed are often too large as the ink spreads.

This is print growth – you can see in the darker example, that the black squares are infringing on the white ones – causing the white squares to be smaller, or even rectangular, rather than squares.

Print growth will downgrade the ISO score of your barcode – possibly to the extent that it fails verification.

So What’s The Solution?

In these situations, Barcode (or Pixel) Shaving is your friend.

With each of the small squares in my example barcode, our ID Technology and Code Tech TIJ printers (and our Greydon Genesis inkjet printers), allow pixels to be removed (shaved) from around each square. So I could make the elements of my barcode 6 x 6 pixels (instead of 7 x 7), but still centered in the same location. This allows the ink to spread a little in each barcode element, but still stay within its assigned overall area.

Using barcode shaving on our printers allows them to be fine-tuned to ensure the best verification scores for both DataMatrix and QR Codes. This is huge for customers who need to comply with GS1 standards, such as those in the medical of pharma industries.

 

Is it easy to set up?

Yes, this is easy to use on both our Code Tech and ClearMark printers.

The Art of Barcode Shaving

Here is the setting screen on ClearMark. You simply set the amount of shaving as a percentage. There is a little trial and error involved, but the setting is saved with the message to remember for next time.

 

So Shaving is Good?

Yes – this feature can be the difference between passing or failing barcode verification. It is often well worth the time to spend a few minutes fine-tuning your barcode settings, to avoid potential problems in the future.

Want to Learn More?

How can you start improving your own packaging coding? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com We’ll get you in touch with one of our local experts right away.

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The new style, FDA approved, nutritional facts labels take effect next month.

The agency has stated that due to many companies int the food industry not being ready, enforcement will be delayed for six months, but this is still a good time to ensure you have a plan to be in compliance.

One of the reasons stated for the delay is that many food producers have a large number of existing printed labels in stock that need to be used up, and many have not finished the process of procuring labels to the new design.

One way to help with this problem (and to make managing many SKUs of nutrition labels much easier) is to invest in ID Technology’s labeling system, with optional print/apply head to print the nutrition information right on the label applicator at the time of use.

The 262 print/apply labeling head can be used as the bottom head on a top/bottom labeler or as a bottom only labeler in order to produce the completed printed nutrition label.

On a top/bottom set-up, this allows for the existing nicely printed digital or flexo label to be applied to the top of the package and the complete bottom label with allergen, ingredients and nutritional information be printed on the bottom label.

We recommend using NiceLabel label management to provide full control of the label designs and ensure that only the correct, approved label is printed every time.

Using this system can eliminate the need to source and manage multiple pre-printed label SKUs and prevent being left with inventories of obsolete labels when the copy on the label changes.

In addition, the 262 labeling head can also apply conventional printed labels, allowing our customers to use pre-printed labels for large volume products and the print/apply feature for smaller runs.

Our labeling systems are built in the USA and are designed to be easy to set-up, use and maintain.

How can ID Technology help you meet your objectives for your labeling operations? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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The new style, FDA approved, nutritional facts labels take effect next month.

The agency has stated that due to many companies int the food industry not being ready, enforcement will be delayed for six months, but this is still a good time to ensure you have a plan to be in compliance.

One of the reasons stated for the delay is that many food producers have a large number of existing printed labels in stock that need to be used up, and many have not finished the process of procuring labels to the new design.

One way to help with this problem (and to make managing many SKUs of nutrition labels much easier) is to invest in ID Technology’s labeling system, with optional print/apply head to print the nutrition information right on the label applicator at the time of use.

The 262 print/apply labeling head can be used as the bottom head on a top/bottom labeler or as a bottom only labeler in order to produce the completed printed nutrition label.

On a top/bottom set-up, this allows for the existing nicely printed digital or flexo label to be applied to the top of the package and the complete bottom label with allergen, ingredients and nutritional information be printed on the bottom label.

We recommend using NiceLabel label management to provide full control of the label designs and ensure that only the correct, approved label is printed every time.

Using this system can eliminate the need to source and manage multiple pre-printed label SKUs and prevent being left with inventories of obsolete labels when the copy on the label changes.

In addition, the 262 labeling head can also apply conventional printed labels, allowing our customers to use pre-printed labels for large volume products and the print/apply feature for smaller runs.

Our labeling systems are built in the USA and are designed to be easy to set-up, use and maintain.

How can ID Technology help you meet your objectives for your labeling operations? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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The new style, FDA approved, nutritional facts labels take effect next month.

The agency has stated that due to many companies int the food industry not being ready, enforcement will be delayed for six months, but this is still a good time to ensure you have a plan to be in compliance.

One of the reasons stated for the delay is that many food producers have a large number of existing printed labels in stock that need to be used up, and many have not finished the process of procuring labels to the new design.

One way to help with this problem (and to make managing many SKUs of nutrition labels much easier) is to invest in ID Technology’s labeling system, with optional print/apply head to print the nutrition information right on the label applicator at the time of use.

Manage Your New Nutrition Labels

The 262 print/apply labeling head can be used as the bottom head on a top/bottom labeler or as a bottom only labeler in order to produce the completed printed nutrition label.

On a top/bottom set-up, this allows for the existing nicely printed digital or flexo label to be applied to the top of the package and the complete bottom label with allergen, ingredients and nutritional information be printed on the bottom label.

We recommend using NiceLabel label management to provide full control of the label designs and ensure that only the correct, approved label is printed every time.

Using this system can eliminate the need to source and manage multiple pre-printed label SKUs and prevent being left with inventories of obsolete labels when the copy on the label changes.

In addition, the 262 labeling head can also apply conventional printed labels, allowing our customers to use pre-printed labels for large volume products and the print/apply feature for smaller runs.

Our labeling systems are built in the USA and are designed to be easy to set-up, use and maintain.

How can ID Technology help you meet your objectives for your labeling operations? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at dholliday@idtechnology.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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The Canadian Printing Awards is an annual event, currently in its 14th year, that celebrates the excellence and innovation of the printing industry in Canada.

The awards cover a wide range of print and printing-related categories, Industry Achievement, Print Design, Printing, Technology and Environmental.

The 2019 awards were presented at a gala event in Toronto and a total of 113 gold, silver and bronze awards were presented.

We are thrilled that the newest member of our ProMach Labeling & Coding family, Jet Label swept the awards in the Digital Label category, winning gold, silver and bronze.

 

This is a fantastic achievement and all three Jet Label submissions would have been worthy of first place. Here is the gold award and the winning label, printed for Dog Island Brewing:

To show just how consistent the Jet Label quality is, this isn’t the first time our colleagues have dominated the Digital Label category at the awards. Here are the gold, silver and bronze winners from 2018 – see a trend here?

Jet Label is Western Canada’s largest supplier of high-quality labels (both digital and flexo) with large investments in equipment and a super team of motivated professionals. A great addition to the ProMach family.

With 7 label converting and printing plants across the United States and Canada, ProMach is your local label company with national reach and support. Combining our labels with ID Technology and EPI labeling equipment is the best way to ensure your products project the right image.

Want to get started improving your labels and labeling? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at david.holliday@promachbuilt.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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The Canadian Printing Awards is an annual event, currently in its 14th year, that celebrates the excellence and innovation of the printing industry in Canada.

The awards cover a wide range of print and printing-related categories, Industry Achievement, Print Design, Printing, Technology and Environmental.

The 2019 awards were presented at a gala event in Toronto and a total of 113 gold, silver and bronze awards were presented.

We are thrilled that the newest member of our ProMach Labeling & Coding family, Jet Label swept the awards in the Digital Label category, winning gold, silver and bronze.

 

This is a fantastic achievement and all three Jet Label submissions would have been worthy of first place. Here is the gold award and the winning label, printed for Dog Island Brewing:

To show just how consistent the Jet Label quality is, this isn’t the first time our colleagues have dominated the Digital Label category at the awards. Here are the gold, silver and bronze winners from 2018 – see a trend here?

Jet Label is Western Canada’s largest supplier of high-quality labels (both digital and flexo) with large investments in equipment and a super team of motivated professionals. A great addition to the ProMach family.

With 7 label converting and printing plants across the United States and Canada, ProMach is your local label company with national reach and support. Combining our labels with ID Technology and EPI labeling equipment is the best way to ensure your products project the right image.

Want to get started improving your labels and labeling? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at david.holliday@promachbuilt.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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The Canadian Printing Awards is an annual event, currently in its 14th year, that celebrates the excellence and innovation of the printing industry in Canada.

The awards cover a wide range of print and printing-related categories, Industry Achievement, Print Design, Printing, Technology and Environmental.

The 2019 awards were presented at a gala event in Toronto and a total of 113 gold, silver and bronze awards were presented.

We are thrilled that the newest member of our ProMach Labeling & Coding family, Jet Label swept the awards in the Digital Label category, winning gold, silver and bronze.

Canadian Printing Awards – Congratulations Jet Label!

 

This is a fantastic achievement and all three Jet Label submissions would have been worthy of first place. Here is the gold award and the winning label, printed for Dog Island Brewing:

To show just how consistent the Jet Label quality is, this isn’t the first time our colleagues have dominated the Digital Label category at the awards. Here are the gold, silver and bronze winners from 2018 – see a trend here?

Jet Label is Western Canada’s largest supplier of high-quality labels (both digital and flexo) with large investments in equipment and a super team of motivated professionals. A great addition to the ProMach family.

With 7 label converting and printing plants across the United States and Canada, ProMach is your local label company with national reach and support. Combining our labels with ID Technology and EPI labeling equipment is the best way to ensure your products project the right image.

Want to get started improving your labels and labeling? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at david.holliday@promachbuilt.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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The Canadian Printing Awards is an annual event, currently in its 14th year, that celebrates the excellence and innovation of the printing industry in Canada.

The awards cover a wide range of print and printing-related categories, Industry Achievement, Print Design, Printing, Technology and Environmental.

The 2019 awards were presented at a gala event in Toronto and a total of 113 gold, silver and bronze awards were presented.

We are thrilled that the newest member of our ProMach Labeling & Coding family, Jet Label swept the awards in the Digital Label category, winning gold, silver and bronze.

Canadian Printing Awards – Congratulations Jet Label!

 

This is a fantastic achievement and all three Jet Label submissions would have been worthy of first place. Here is the gold award and the winning label, printed for Dog Island Brewing:

Canadian Printing Awards – Congratulations Jet Label!

To show just how consistent the Jet Label quality is, this isn’t the first time our colleagues have dominated the Digital Label category at the awards. Here are the gold, silver and bronze winners from 2018 – see a trend here?

Jet Label is Western Canada’s largest supplier of high-quality labels (both digital and flexo) with large investments in equipment and a super team of motivated professionals. A great addition to the ProMach family.

With 7 label converting and printing plants across the United States and Canada, ProMach is your local label company with national reach and support. Combining our labels with ID Technology and EPI labeling equipment is the best way to ensure your products project the right image.

Want to get started improving your labels and labeling? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at david.holliday@promachbuilt.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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The Canadian Printing Awards is an annual event, currently in its 14th year, that celebrates the excellence and innovation of the printing industry in Canada.

The awards cover a wide range of print and printing-related categories, Industry Achievement, Print Design, Printing, Technology and Environmental.

The 2019 awards were presented at a gala event in Toronto and a total of 113 gold, silver and bronze awards were presented.

We are thrilled that the newest member of our ProMach Labeling & Coding family, Jet Label swept the awards in the Digital Label category, winning gold, silver and bronze.

Canadian Printing Awards – Congratulations Jet Label!

 

This is a fantastic achievement and all three Jet Label submissions would have been worthy of first place. Here is the gold award and the winning label, printed for Dog Island Brewing:

Canadian Printing Awards – Congratulations Jet Label!

To show just how consistent the Jet Label quality is, this isn’t the first time our colleagues have dominated the Digital Label category at the awards. Here are the gold, silver and bronze winners from 2018 – see a trend here?

Canadian Printing Awards – Congratulations Jet Label!

Jet Label is Western Canada’s largest supplier of high-quality labels (both digital and flexo) with large investments in equipment and a super team of motivated professionals. A great addition to the ProMach family.

With 7 label converting and printing plants across the United States and Canada, ProMach is your local label company with national reach and support. Combining our labels with ID Technology and EPI labeling equipment is the best way to ensure your products project the right image.

Want to get started improving your labels and labeling? Contact us today at 888-438-3242 Option#3. You can also email me at david.holliday@promachbuilt.com. We’ll be sure to get you in touch with an expert, right in your area!

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Amberley Labels, Coveris’ decorative labelling business, has today unveiled a luxury, new-look across its two UK sites.

This story continues at Coveris unveils rebranded Amberley Labels

Or just read more coverage at Packaging News

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Slotless versus slotted brushless DC motors

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Slotless versus slotted brushless DC motors

Brushless DC motors are the technology of choice for applications operating at higher speeds. However two different motor architectures can present a selection conundrum, says Madhavan Ramanujam and Cyril Baud.

The last decade has seen a growing acceptance of brushless DC motors as an alternative to brushed DC motors for applications requiring combinations of high speed (above 12,000 rpm) and long operating life. There are trade-offs, of course: Coreless brush commutated motors offer simple control and free from cogging, while the complexity of construction of brushless DC motors mean the cost is higher. 

For many applications, the choice between the two is clear, but for others – where the requirements sit uncomfortably between the performance limitations of each technology – the decision is more difficult and frequently involves a design compromise.

The conventional brushless DC (BLDC) motor is a slotted design – the coils are wound within slots around the stator. With a slotless design the coil is wound in a separate external operation and is then inserted directly into the air gap during motor assembly. 

Slotless BLDC motors can be made smaller in size. In slotted BLDC motors, the presence of stator teeth prevents the overall size of the motor from being minimised. Moreover, the winding process becomes progressively more difficult as the motor size is reduced. In contrast the slotless BLDC motor has either skewed or axial type windings fixed on the cylindrical stator iron core, enabling size to be more readily reduced. The slotless design also has a cost advantage through reduced complexity and a stator core that is easier to manufacture. 

Performance considerations
In the early days of slotless BLDC motor design, the power density was lower than for an equivalent slotted motor. However, the emergence of high energy permanent magnets and their alternative magnetisation arrangements has closed the performance gap. 

Slotted BLDC motors are less able to employ high energy magnets because the thicker teeth required to increase the magnetic loading of the motor has the effect of reducing the slot area and thus the decreased electric loading of the motor. 

However, the slotted BLDC motor can still offer higher torque than the slotless design as the slotted design can handle higher temperatures, allowing more torque generation. But, due to the saturation of the magnetic circuit during overloading operation, the motor torque is reduced whereas an absence of teeth in the slotless design has no magnetic saturation and therefore offers better overloading.

Another performance consideration is operation at high speed. While both designs can operate at far higher speeds than brushed DC motors, slotted and slotless designs have different characteristics at elevated speeds. To obtain mechanical stabilisation under high speed operation (from 40,000 to 60,000 rpm), usually the slotless rotor has a two-pole permanent magnet design. In addition, the stator core losses are restricted to an acceptable range while the motor operates at high speed thanks to the large air gap. Core losses are relatively small due to its slotless stator structure and therefore offers high power density.

Slotless offers low inductance which introduces a motion controls challenge. Low inductance results in higher motor losses if pulse width modulation (PWM) control is applied. Controls with higher switching frequency (80 – 100kHz) or series compensation inductors can be used to mitigate the low inductance issue.

With these characteristics, the different brushless DC motor technologies lend themselves to different applications. Slotted BLDC motors are suitable for applications such as electric vehicles or home appliances where a higher number of poles is required and where ultimate size is less of an issue. They are also preferred in harsh environments as the coil in a slotted design is easier to protect and is mechanically held by stator teeth. On the other hand, when high speed and a small size are required, for example in medical devices or portable industrial tools, slotless BLDC motors can offer the best solution.

Madhavan Ramanujam is R&D technologist at Portescap and Cyril Baud is R&D Manager at Portescap.

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Slotless versus slotted brushless DC motors

Brushless DC motors are the technology of choice for applications operating at higher speeds. However two different motor architectures can present a selection conundrum, says Madhavan Ramanujam and Cyril Baud.

The last decade has seen a growing acceptance of brushless DC motors as an alternative to brushed DC motors for applications requiring combinations of high speed (above 12,000 rpm) and long operating life. There are trade-offs, of course: Coreless brush commutated motors offer simple control and free from cogging, while the complexity of construction of brushless DC motors mean the cost is higher. 

For many applications, the choice between the two is clear, but for others – where the requirements sit uncomfortably between the performance limitations of each technology – the decision is more difficult and frequently involves a design compromise.

The conventional brushless DC (BLDC) motor is a slotted design – the coils are wound within slots around the stator. With a slotless design the coil is wound in a separate external operation and is then inserted directly into the air gap during motor assembly. 

Slotless BLDC motors can be made smaller in size. In slotted BLDC motors, the presence of stator teeth prevents the overall size of the motor from being minimised. Moreover, the winding process becomes progressively more difficult as the motor size is reduced. In contrast the slotless BLDC motor has either skewed or axial type windings fixed on the cylindrical stator iron core, enabling size to be more readily reduced. The slotless design also has a cost advantage through reduced complexity and a stator core that is easier to manufacture. 

Performance considerations
In the early days of slotless BLDC motor design, the power density was lower than for an equivalent slotted motor. However, the emergence of high energy permanent magnets and their alternative magnetisation arrangements has closed the performance gap. 

Slotted BLDC motors are less able to employ high energy magnets because the thicker teeth required to increase the magnetic loading of the motor has the effect of reducing the slot area and thus the decreased electric loading of the motor. 

However, the slotted BLDC motor can still offer higher torque than the slotless design as the slotted design can handle higher temperatures, allowing more torque generation. But, due to the saturation of the magnetic circuit during overloading operation, the motor torque is reduced whereas an absence of teeth in the slotless design has no magnetic saturation and therefore offers better overloading.

Another performance consideration is operation at high speed. While both designs can operate at far higher speeds than brushed DC motors, slotted and slotless designs have different characteristics at elevated speeds. To obtain mechanical stabilisation under high speed operation (from 40,000 to 60,000 rpm), usually the slotless rotor has a two-pole permanent magnet design. In addition, the stator core losses are restricted to an acceptable range while the motor operates at high speed thanks to the large air gap. Core losses are relatively small due to its slotless stator structure and therefore offers high power density.

Slotless offers low inductance which introduces a motion controls challenge. Low inductance results in higher motor losses if pulse width modulation (PWM) control is applied. Controls with higher switching frequency (80 – 100kHz) or series compensation inductors can be used to mitigate the low inductance issue.

With these characteristics, the different brushless DC motor technologies lend themselves to different applications. Slotted BLDC motors are suitable for applications such as electric vehicles or home appliances where a higher number of poles is required and where ultimate size is less of an issue. They are also preferred in harsh environments as the coil in a slotted design is easier to protect and is mechanically held by stator teeth. On the other hand, when high speed and a small size are required, for example in medical devices or portable industrial tools, slotless BLDC motors can offer the best solution.

Madhavan Ramanujam is R&D technologist at Portescap and Cyril Baud is R&D Manager at Portescap.

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High-performance handheld barcode readers

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High-performance handheld barcode readers

Cognex has launched the DataMan 8700 series of handheld barcode readers which require no tuning or operator training.

Featuring advanced image formation and quick processing, the 8700 Series can is able to instantly read challenging direct part mark (DPM) and label-based codes, even when vital elements of the code are missing or damaged. Designed with oil-resistant and waterproof plastics, the readers are suited to use even in harsh manufacturing environments.

The new readers include built-in OLED display screens to enable quick setup and operator feedback, such as wireless signal strength, read string data, and remaining battery life. They also support a broad range of industrial protocols and wireless communication options 

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High-performance handheld barcode readers

Cognex has launched the DataMan 8700 series of handheld barcode readers which require no tuning or operator training.

Featuring advanced image formation and quick processing, the 8700 Series can is able to instantly read challenging direct part mark (DPM) and label-based codes, even when vital elements of the code are missing or damaged. Designed with oil-resistant and waterproof plastics, the readers are suited to use even in harsh manufacturing environments.

The new readers include built-in OLED display screens to enable quick setup and operator feedback, such as wireless signal strength, read string data, and remaining battery life. They also support a broad range of industrial protocols and wireless communication options 

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Android tablet for hazardous areas

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Android tablet for hazardous areas

The Tab-Ex Pro from the Pepperl+Fuchs brand ECOM expands the Tab-Ex series with a 10in Android tablet for Zone 2/22 and Div. 2 hazardous areas. The Tab-Ex Pro’s large display is suited to use in for demanding applications and for accessing web-based content. In addition, it allows employees to easily transition from working in the field to working at the office.

The Tab-Ex Pro was developed to keep up with Industry 4.0 and the associated demands on mobile devices. The new tablet enables customers to meet the challenges of digitalisation while simplifying the way employees work in increasingly complex environments.

The 10in screen can display and interact with interactive, web-based, and augmented reality content and apps, even in hazardous areas. This is helpful, for example, when the device is used to call up a construction drawing or to receive instructions for certain work steps. The tablet is lightweight and easy to use despite its large screen and rugged construction.

The Tab-Ex Pro is based on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Active Pro tablet, with features such as Google AR Core, facial recognition, and a Qualcomm SDM670 Octa-Core 64 bit 2.0 GHz, 1.7 GHz processor. Samsung KNOX and Android 9 (with Android 10 planned).

The tablet also supports applications for lone worker protection, vital when used in hazardous areas. 

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The Tab-Ex Pro from the Pepperl+Fuchs brand ECOM expands the Tab-Ex series with a 10in Android tablet for Zone 2/22 and Div. 2 hazardous areas. The Tab-Ex Pro’s large display is suited to use in for demanding applications and for accessing web-based content. In addition, it allows employees to easily transition from working in the field to working at the office. [post_date_gmt] => 2020-09-28 14:07:29 [post_date] => 2020-09-28 14:07:29 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-09-28 14:07:29 [post_modified] => 2020-09-28 14:07:29 [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [guid] => CEE-181064 [meta] => Array ( [enclosure] => Array ( [0] => global/showimage.ashx?Type=Article&ID=189853 image/jpeg ) [syndication_source] => Control Engineering Europe - All Articles [syndication_source_uri] => https://www.controlengeurope.com/rss/all.ashx [syndication_source_id] => http://www.controlengeurope.com/rss/all.ashx [syndication_feed] => http://www.controlengeurope.com/rss/all.ashx [syndication_feed_id] => 17 [syndication_permalink] => https://www.controlengeurope.com/rss/rss/article/181064/Android-tablet-for-hazardous-areas.aspx [syndication_item_hash] => 73c941fea1600315db0b95c223293da7 ) [post_type] => post [post_author] => 1 [tax_input] => Array ( [category] => Array ( ) [post_tag] => Array ( ) [post_format] => Array ( ) ) )

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Android tablet for hazardous areas

The Tab-Ex Pro from the Pepperl+Fuchs brand ECOM expands the Tab-Ex series with a 10in Android tablet for Zone 2/22 and Div. 2 hazardous areas. The Tab-Ex Pro’s large display is suited to use in for demanding applications and for accessing web-based content. In addition, it allows employees to easily transition from working in the field to working at the office.

The Tab-Ex Pro was developed to keep up with Industry 4.0 and the associated demands on mobile devices. The new tablet enables customers to meet the challenges of digitalisation while simplifying the way employees work in increasingly complex environments.

The 10in screen can display and interact with interactive, web-based, and augmented reality content and apps, even in hazardous areas. This is helpful, for example, when the device is used to call up a construction drawing or to receive instructions for certain work steps. The tablet is lightweight and easy to use despite its large screen and rugged construction.

The Tab-Ex Pro is based on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Active Pro tablet, with features such as Google AR Core, facial recognition, and a Qualcomm SDM670 Octa-Core 64 bit 2.0 GHz, 1.7 GHz processor. Samsung KNOX and Android 9 (with Android 10 planned).

The tablet also supports applications for lone worker protection, vital when used in hazardous areas. 

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Agility is the key in IIoT innovation

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Agility is the key in IIoT innovation

Agility is the key to driving forward digital transformation in industrial applications into 2021 and beyond, according to Linda Tsai, IIoT president of Advantech.

Speaking at the organisation’s first ever Global IIoT Virtual Summit, entitled ‘Connecting Industrial IoT Innovation, ’ Tsai said that figures from IDC suggest that by 2025, there will be 41.6 billion IoT devices in use worldwide, generating 79.4 zettabytes of data. She said: “Connected devices will pervade every aspect of our personal and business lives, and a complex mix of technology and infrastructure will be more crucial than ever to harnessing the power of the data generated by these devices. 

Identifying key technology trends for 2021 Tsai mentioned digital transformation, 5G, decoupling, device-to-cloud digitalisation, empowered edge and artificial intelligence (AI).

According to the GSMA Mobile Economy 2019 Report, 5G will contribute more than US$2 trillion to the global economy up to 2035, of which 35% will go to the manufacturing and utilities sectors. Meanwhile, research from MarketsandMarkets estimates the value of AI in the manufacturing at US$17.2 billion by 2025.

“There is no getting away from the fact that digital transformation will impact every manufacturer in the world in the years to come, and harnessing the power of data will be critical to competitiveness as we move from Industry 4.0 and towards Industry 5.0,” continued Tsai. “Our global Summit has brought together partners from across the world to find the best ways to collaborate and exploit the power of new and emerging technologies, to optimise efficiency, performance and commercial success.”

Jash Bansidhar, managing director of Advantech Europe, added: “The macro strategy of driving Industrial IoT development through the adoption of AI, 5G and edge computing is central to the further adoption and exploitation of IoT technologies. Our mission continues to be to work with ecosystem partners to deliver sustainable success in the post-pandemic era.”

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Agility is the key in IIoT innovation

Agility is the key to driving forward digital transformation in industrial applications into 2021 and beyond, according to Linda Tsai, IIoT president of Advantech.

Speaking at the organisation’s first ever Global IIoT Virtual Summit, entitled ‘Connecting Industrial IoT Innovation, ’ Tsai said that figures from IDC suggest that by 2025, there will be 41.6 billion IoT devices in use worldwide, generating 79.4 zettabytes of data. She said: “Connected devices will pervade every aspect of our personal and business lives, and a complex mix of technology and infrastructure will be more crucial than ever to harnessing the power of the data generated by these devices. 

Identifying key technology trends for 2021 Tsai mentioned digital transformation, 5G, decoupling, device-to-cloud digitalisation, empowered edge and artificial intelligence (AI).

According to the GSMA Mobile Economy 2019 Report, 5G will contribute more than US$2 trillion to the global economy up to 2035, of which 35% will go to the manufacturing and utilities sectors. Meanwhile, research from MarketsandMarkets estimates the value of AI in the manufacturing at US$17.2 billion by 2025.

“There is no getting away from the fact that digital transformation will impact every manufacturer in the world in the years to come, and harnessing the power of data will be critical to competitiveness as we move from Industry 4.0 and towards Industry 5.0,” continued Tsai. “Our global Summit has brought together partners from across the world to find the best ways to collaborate and exploit the power of new and emerging technologies, to optimise efficiency, performance and commercial success.”

Jash Bansidhar, managing director of Advantech Europe, added: “The macro strategy of driving Industrial IoT development through the adoption of AI, 5G and edge computing is central to the further adoption and exploitation of IoT technologies. Our mission continues to be to work with ecosystem partners to deliver sustainable success in the post-pandemic era.”

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In a keynote address to delegates at the recent ENGenious Online event, Tom Siebel, CEO of C3.ai and author of Digital Transformation: Survive and Thrive in an Era of Mass Extinction, urged business leaders to ‘drive not delegate the digital transformation.’

The sister event to SPE Offshore Europe, focused on the digital future of the energy industry.  In his keynote presentation, Siebel explained that in businesses where digitalisation is already succeeding, the CEOs are taking personal responsibility for the initiative, driving the digital transformation with trackable projects which result in measurable and significant economic benefit. 

The tech entrepreneur also highlighted how Europe is a leader in raising the visibility of problems associated with AI with regulations such as GDPR, while stressing the importance of encouraging and incentivising the current workforce to adapt to new roles suited to a digital future.
 
ENGenious Online is supported and sponsored by the OGTC and Scottish Enterprise.

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In a keynote address to delegates at the recent ENGenious Online event, Tom Siebel, CEO of C3.ai and author of Digital Transformation: Survive and Thrive in an Era of Mass Extinction, urged business leaders to ‘drive not delegate the digital transformation.’

The sister event to SPE Offshore Europe, focused on the digital future of the energy industry.  In his keynote presentation, Siebel explained that in businesses where digitalisation is already succeeding, the CEOs are taking personal responsibility for the initiative, driving the digital transformation with trackable projects which result in measurable and significant economic benefit. 

The tech entrepreneur also highlighted how Europe is a leader in raising the visibility of problems associated with AI with regulations such as GDPR, while stressing the importance of encouraging and incentivising the current workforce to adapt to new roles suited to a digital future.
 
ENGenious Online is supported and sponsored by the OGTC and Scottish Enterprise.

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Control Engineering Europe finds out more about an industrial 5G router for private networks, by speaking to Frank Hakemeyer, director of communication interfaces at Phoenix Contact Electronics.

Phoenix Contact, Quectel and Ericsson have been collaborating to jointly develop and deploy the first industrial 5G router for local industrial applications in a private 5G network, to allow industrial applications, such as machines, controls and other equipment to be connected to a private 5G network, and thus be orchestrated in their resource usage, priority and behavior. This offers an advantage over previous mobile radio solutions, which can only use all – mostly license-free – radio bands with a best effort principle and which have to accept performance losses in equal measure when the radio spectrum is heavily occupied. 

Q: What benefits might this system offer for end-users in industrial applications, when compared to other mobile radio systems using mostly license-free radio bands?
Phoenix Contact has a long term experience in license free wireless solutions based, for example, on Bluetooth, Wifi, or Trusted Wireless and on licensed wireless solutions based on cellular technology such as 2G, 3G, or 4G. We have offered wireless products and solutions for nearly 20 years so can create the right technical solution for a particular application.

From experience, license free wireless solutions mainly suffer from three main challenges:

• No guaranteed quality of service – due to the nature of using a license free frequency band, you can never manage and guarantee the communication. It is always a ‘best effort’ approach. Medium Access Mechanisms like ‘listen before talk’ allow all users of the license free band an equal access and an equal degradation of service in case of congestion of the band. In cellular networks the frequency bands are licensed to operators, or in private networks to plant or factory owners.
• In license free wireless solutions there is no single technology that works for all use cases. You need to select the technology according to the requirements of the use case. In the end you have a heterogenous world of technologies and products which are difficult to combine and challenging to manage at a single location. In a 5G network the management of resources, the orchestration of all applications and the prioritisation of use cases is a characteristic of the architecture of the cellular technology.
• There have been activities to develop industry-specific, license free wireless solutions – WirelessHart, or some proprietary technologies such as Trusted Wireless from Phoenix Contact. These solutions can offer a good solution, but they will never become a mainstream technology such as cellular based communication. The amount of engineering effort, optimisation and cost reduction is not comparable to a mainstream technology.

So, the 5G approach – especially with new enhancements (private 5G networks, network slicing, ultra-reliable low latency communication, etc.) can overcome challenges from the license free world. 

Q: Could you suggest some typical industrial applications that would benefit from this solution?
Clearly any mobile application could benefit. Some applications, like AGVs (automated guided vehicles), electric monorail conveyors, mobile tools, or machine parts that can be part of different production lines, can be difficult to realise without wireless communication.

But I do not think there is a single killer application for an industrial (private) 5G network. I believe the biggest potential of a private 5G network is to become a new communication backbone in industrial automation. If the factory or plant owner can run a variety of applications through the same 5G network infrastructure, if they can manage and prioritise applications within a single communication network, this is the strongest reason to make use of 5G. 
  
Q: Could you go into more detail about the ‘industrial-grade performance’ of the solution?
The first industrial 5G Router from Phoenix Contact focusses on stand-alone (SA) networks. This is the description for a 100% 5G based infrastructure. The opposite is non-stand-alone (NS), which means you need a 4G and a 5G network to operate your devices. If you run a 5G SA network in a private mode (also called campus network) then you can connect your industrial applications such as AGVs, robots, sensor concentrators etc. via the 5G Router to your network. 

Of course, the 5G Router is designed for industrial use, meaning the circuits are designed for industrial environments and the interfaces and the feature set are specified for the industrial automation world. 

Q: Could you explain how the solution could be integrated into an existing plant set up?
The 5G private network can become a wireless communication backbone for many different use cases in the plant or factory. To set-up a private network a plant or factory owner must decide whether to operate and manage this network on their own, or whether they want to have a service provider doing so. It is important to think about this decision and especially how the data comes ‘out of the 5G network’ and how it is re-inserted into the automation network (network and control level), or the ERP level.

Of course, this is very much related to the different use cases running through the 5G network. The new TC 5G PRIVNET ROUTER enables users to connect different use cases by Ethernet to the 5G private network. It supports the release 15 specification of 3GPP and it can be used in SA and NSA networks. The main focus with this device is on 5G SA private networks and most users want to make use of it to realise their first 5G installations.

Q: Should end-users take any security precautions to protect their networks and data when employing this solution?
The TC 5G PRIVNET ROUTER offers many security features such as VPN connections based on IP Sec or OpenVPN, as well as a firewall. These are well known features that are used if data somehow runs through the public networks (cellular or wired) – which means in the end: the Internet. So, in those cases where the application is