Has been for many years actively engaged in implementation of auto ID systems. As a member of Product Development Department is now responsible for label print & apply systems. Michał graduated from Electrical department of Silesian Technical University in Gliwice. Enjoys sport and good books, interested in new technologies.
Marking pallets and other collective packaging with a logistic labels (printed on a desktop thermal transfer printer or laser printer) and then manually applying them can be easily automated, eliminating operator involvement in the process.
Selection of the right label applicator is primarily determined by such parameters as the maximum width of labels that can be used and the speed at which the application can take place. In reference to the article, in which the Wipe-On (Merge) application method is described below, we present automatic label applicators of this type offered by Etisoft.
The Tamp-Blow application method is the most universal method of applying labels or tags on products. The primary difference on relation to the Wipe-On / Merge method (link) is the extra use of compressed air involved directly during the label application process.