Many businesses print their own logo, bar codes, and packaging information onto bags, whether film or poly, as it can be more cost effective than buying them in bulk already printed. Printing your own bags gives you greater control when you need to change dates, UPC codes, or even print some to advertise a particular promotion. We offer a variety of printers to meet your needs.
This is a small sample of the products we offer which can print and code on Bags and Films and Poly Bag Substrates:
Thermal transfer, print up to 107mm wide
Thermal transfer, print up to 53mm wide
Thermal transfer, print up to 53mm wide
Thermal transfer ribbons
Thermal transfer, Print up to 32mm wide
Griffin Rutgers: Bags and Films and Poly Bag Substrates
All of the labeling machines we sell are constructed with a modular, open frame design allowing us to customize and modify the label applicators as needed. At times, an application will be so unusual, that modified equipment will not fill the customer’s needs. In these cases, we will design and manufacture a piece of labeling […]
This video is a demonstration of the small item labeling capability of the Robo Wrap System. This compact, table top designed labeling system is able to hold very small cylindrical items in close control so that accurate label placement is achieved consistently. Numerous options are available to customize this system for installation in pharmaceutical manufacturing […]
Whether you are in the pharmaceutical industry, cosmetics business, or any other type of vertical market that requires a labeling system for front and back labels, top and bottom labeling or wrap systems, you could benefit from automatic label applicators for their ability to be flexible and highly productive relative to volume output.
The Series 6 integrated OEM print engine prints the complete label just prior to application. One half of the label is initially applied to the side panel of the passing carton. As a secondary process the remainder of the label is then wipe applied to the trailing panel of the carton. Two panel carton identification […]
The Indexing Starwheel Labeling system manufactured by Re-Pack is one that is designed to easily integrate with an existing conveyor line system. An indexing system such as this is normally used when a label needs to be placed on the bottom of a container after the filling and capping stations. Containers such as jars, tubes, […]
Tyvek® is a brand of flashspun high-density polyethylene fibers, which is a synthetic material. The name is a registered trademark of the DuPont company, a company with a well-known reputation in the textile and chemical industries. Tyvek® is often used as housewrap, a synthetic material used to protect buildings during construction. The material is difficult to tear but can easily be cut with scissors or a knife. Water vapor can […]
When it comes to the printing of cosmetic packaging, clarity, accuracy and appearance are crucial. Manufacturers know that the coding of cosmetic containers and packages requires a high attention to detail and they also know that printing on the high-gloss carton surfaces, plastics and glass in which cosmetics are typically packed, requires a printer that […]
Each liquid dose label is specifically designed to address individual needs in a pharmacy. From special papers and adhesives to a variety of shapes for irregular or small items, each one is designed to solve an issue for labeling oral medications.
Before purchasing a major piece of case labeling equipment for your company, you want to make sure that a particular brand and model will help you achieve your operational and quality objectives within your intended budget. That’s why it is important to first establish all of your business needs and desires, so you can cross reference equipment features and benefits that are the most mission-critical to your business. It is within this framework that a wise purchasing decision is made for case labelers.
In a recent report provided from Research and Markets, the global cosmetic packaging market was valued at $24.86 billion in 2017, with the numbers expected to reach a value of close to $31 billion by 2023. When speaking of cosmetics, the term covers a wide range of products. Beyond makeup, it encompasses everything from toothpaste, deodorant, facial products, bath and body products; primarily anything that touches the skin.