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Weber sets new standards for printing labels
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Feb '08
Weber Marking Systems Inc is setting a new standard in print-apply. Because their Model 5300 series of label printer-applicator systems boasts an unprecedented choice of six different methods of label application, each engineered to address a range of specific labeling challenges.

And that's not all. They combine that application versatility with added features that make these printer-applicators a pleasure to operate:
• Monitor the unit's operation anywhere via a web browser
• One-to-one media consumption reduces changeovers
• Easy to interface with external PLCs
• Multi-function controller can be located remotely
• Even available with RFID capabilities

Weber's Model 5300 system is redefining the meaning of versatility in pressure-sensitive label printing and application.

In addition to offering a broad selection of high-quality print engines that feature various print resolutions and label dispensing rates, the Model 5300 system is available with optional RFID print-encode engines.

Standard direct- and thermal-transfer print engines from manufacturers Zebra, Sato and others produce text, bar codes and graphic images at 203- or 300-dpi. The Zebra-based RFID models combine these printing capabilities with the encoding and verification of RFID inlays to meet EPC Gen 2 protocols.

The Model 5300 system's print engines output labels up to seven inches wide and up to six inches long. To keep pace with high-volume, high-speed production lines, compatible print speeds vary from five to 16 ips.

Weber manufactures a broad line of high-quality labels and tags at our 320,000-square-foot world headquarters in Arlington Heights, Illinois.

The label manufacturing process begins in our graphics department, where skilled technical artists use the latest computer-aided systems to design labels that match the exact specifications of our customers. Even our film and plates are produced in house, enabling us to ensure quality throughout the pre-press process.

Weber Marking Systems Inc

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