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For labelling applications, Weber’s 4000 entry-level series label printer and dispenser can be used for a range of straightforward product and packaging applications.

The tamp-blow method, whereby the label is accurately positioned onto the product without touching it, allows labels to be placed onto either stationary or moving product, guaranteeing safe and accurate labelling, especially for uneven or sensitive product surfaces.

A thermo-transfer or thermal-direct printer ensures brilliant print quality at speeds of up to 30 labels a minute, depending on the size of the label, content and dispensing stroke.

For more demanding applications, Weber’s range includes the 4020 series, 4050 series and 5300 series, which is equipped with a variety of applicators for the most varied of tasks, such as linear, rotation or corner applications, as well as double-sided labelling.

This 5300 series provides high levels of flexibility for customers’ current applications and also with a view to potential future requirements.

Various label-application methods are possible, including the tamp-blow and blow-box method for no-contact high-speed labelling.

For label printing there is a choice of industry-proven printing modules from many manufacturers and RFID printing modules for programming of radio chips are also available within this part of the Weber range.

The system requires only one step to begin printing labels in brilliant, high resolution with a positional accuracy of up to +/- 0.5mm, or to write to RFID tags, with the information changing as required.

Printing instructions can be stored directly within the system memory, to be called up again as and when required by the operator, enabling operation without the need for a direct link to an offline PC.

For applications which require direct coding, Weber has an equally comprehensive range of systems starting with the Compactline 2.0.

Not much larger than a mobile phone, this system can accomplish an impressive variety of coding tasks including: manufacturing and expiry dates, serial numbers, date, time, and much more besides, providing a maximum printing height of 4.5 mm.

With a four-line, graphics-capable LC display and integrated membrane keypad, it is easy to enter text and data.

Only one hand is required to insert the ink cartridge into the printer and the system is ready to go.

The Weber range of thermal ink-jet coding systems also includes the Compactline 2.5, Compactline 3.0, Cube and the Ijet, which is capable of printing resolutions of up to 600dpi.

This system can also deliver 300dpi print resolution at speeds of up to 90m/min.

With media, hardware and software covering all levels of label printing, application and product coding, Weber can provide the seamless integration required to enable identification and traceability from the product to the pallet.

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