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.
The offer of label printers sold by Etisoft has recently expanded, and includes TSC models. TSC label printers stand out because of their user-friendly design and unique durability. The proof of this is the period of warranty up to 24 months for the printer and a 12-month warranty for the print head and accessories. Add to that durability, reliability, ease of use and very low failure rate.
Each of colour print technologies has its pros and cons. Production and delivery cost, quality, timing, label application area – all those factors need to be considered while choosing a certain method. Which one to choose, which will be best and will fit client’s expectations most?
System for extreme laboratory conditions It is not easy to identify a place other than pharmaceutical and medical laboratories where samples of materials are stored in such extremely difficult conditions. From extreme temperatures, up to contact with chemicals, moisture, sterilization process. Good laboratory practice must guarantee the quality of the test and continuous monitoring […]
The GS1 logistics label is the standard for identifying a logistics unit. It is clear to all participants in the supply chain. By using a large enough A5 or A4 label format, the identification and reading process can be carried out without unnecessary delay.
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is one of the safest and most efficient tools for communication between companies in the whole supply chain. Created in accordance to widely agreed standards, allows proficient, fast and well organized document workflow, which is based on communication between ERP systems at supplier and receiver’s place.