Videojet Technologies has launched a 9550 Print and Apply Labelling (LPA) System which will be among the solutions highlighting the manufacturers’ broad portfolio at PPMA 2014, NEC, Birmingham, from 30 September to 2 October.
Richard Roth, Country Manager UK and Ireland said, ‘Visitors will see a wide array of systems to address any coding need. In our current environment of increasing needs for traceability and new regulations prescribing essential on-pack information, the need to deliver high quality coding has become an important driver for many operations. Furthermore, the list of sectors now seeking these kinds of capabilities is increasing, which is why we offer a broad portfolio with so many retrofittable options.’
Taking centre-stage of a host of options being showcased at the PPMA is the new Videojet 9550 Print and Apply Labelling (LPA) System. The Videojet 9550 features Intelligent Motion technology to reduce the five most common reasons for LPA downtime label, web or ribbon jams, mechanical failures and mechanical adjustments. An, intuitive touchscreen interface removes the potential for confusion with dual interfaces while built-in code assurance makes coding mistakes virtually impossible.
The Videojet 9550’s small footprint and simple mounting solutions enable the System to apply labels directly onto outer case and bundle packaging without the need for an applicator, achieving higher throughput and eliminating label jams. Its breakthrough design eliminates the mechanical adjustments, wear parts and failure points that can cause everyday operational problems while minimal set up time and a simple web path achieves label and ribbon changes in less than 60 seconds.
Joining the Videojet 9550 Print and Apply Labelling (LPA) System will be examples from Videojet’s entire product portfolio, from continuous and thermal inkjet systems to large character marking systems, as well as CO2 and fiber lasers. All solutions are supported by a Videojet remote user interface based upon the intuitive CLARiTY operating system.
Videojet’s expertise will be supported by exhibiting partners Interactive Coding Solutions (ICE), distributor for thermal transfer overprinting systems and Sunala, distributor of the Wolke m600 thermal inkjet coding systems. Together, Videojet, ICE and Sunala are the experts in coding and can provide a solution for any coding requirement.