At Griffin-Rutgers, we understand that the manufacturing environment is harsh. When faced with unique labeling requirements, and critical applications are part of the equation, we are here to help simplify the process.
The manufacturing industry covers a wide variety of applications such as injection molding, flexible packaging, and piping. Each of these sectors faces unique labeling challenges that requires strength and durability. By treating labeling as a strategic part of the process, companies throughout the manufacturing supply chain are able to make shipments more traceable, achieve consistent branding, reduce regulatory costs, eliminate data redundancy, and improve overall labeling efficiencies. The correct labeling solution lets you turn labeling into a high-value, strategic element of the overall manufacturing and distribution process.
The S-1000 is a modular inkjet system allows you to connect up to four independent 17mm high print heads to be integrated with one controller to suit your application. The system can be provided with the print head in the casing, with it mounted remotely or a combination of both. The control box can be mounted up to 10 meters from the print heads.
HP or LX print system with onboard label creation and editing. Runs up to 4 HP or LX print heads._This system provides rapid printing capabilities
Tamp Apply, Blow On and Tamp/Blow Fixed-Speed Applicators
Automatic Labeling System
The compact S-6000 Plus Standard is perfect for identifying cartons with printing up to 17mm high text and bar codes while the Duo allows for printing up to 34mm high characters. The 17mm high print heads are available with manual or motorized print head shutters.
Thermal ink jet, HP or LX, up to 90m/min, up to 900 dpi
Apply labels to the top panel of flat products such as bags and boxes
In today’s complex and challenging manufacturing supply chain environments, forward-looking companies are increasingly taking a more strategic approach to labeling. At Griffin-Rutgers we understand the never-ending demand for consistent, accurate labeling, along with the need for print clarity and product tracking mechanisms throughout the packaging and distribution chain. As you consider the purchase, we can help you determine the best product identification (labeling and coding) system for your unique needs. Contact the professionals at Griffin-Rutgers, and we will put our experience to work and help you select the exact system for you.
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