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Inkcups offers pad printer for tagless label printing
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Jun '08
Inkcups Now Corporation has recently introduced ICN-B100 sealed cup pad printer machine, a single color compact tabletop printer manufactured for demanding heavy duty performance. The B100 has a robust pad compression capability of 120 lbs at 80 PSI. An illuminated plate system provides visibility to the work area; the variable inking and print frequency controls allow the operator to regulate print opacity.

This tabletop pad printer machine handles items as tall as 4.25 inches in height, including the part fixture. In addition to promotional products, medical and electronic devices, it is perfectly suited for printing apparel tags that today are rapidly replacing thermal transfer labels in the apparel manufacturing industry. This pad printer machine can be easily set up for efficient printing on tagless t-shirts and other textile items.

The ICN-B100 is a dynamic single color sealed cup tabletop pad printer that offers a multitude of unique features and capabilities. This compact tabletop pad printer incorporates the patented VersaCup ink cup assembly with two-sided ceramic ring and tool-less setup to support rapid job changeover. Unlike most tabletop printers that are built for light duty or a lab environment, this printer is manufactured for demanding heavy duty performance.

Operation of the ICN-B100 is smooth and repeatable. The intuitive membrane touch control feature provides ease of program adjustments and machine functions. The ICN-B100 is perhaps the most versatile, capable and cost effective tabletop printer available to the pad printing industry. Suitable for most small to moderate sized parts, this machine excels in the promotional product, electronic and medical industries.

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