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 Overprinters, ribbon rolls up to 1000 meters
Thermal transfer, Print up to 32mm wide
Thermal transfer, print up to 107mm wide
Thermal transfer, print up to 53mm wide
Thermal transfer ribbons
Griffin Rutgers: Bags and Films and Poly Bag Substrates
The value of a product contained inside its package may be initially valued based on the aesthetic appeal of its packaging as a first impression marker. When it comes to high end, high value cosmetic products, the aesthetics certainly play a part in the marketing of those products. Regardless of the appeal of products’ packaging […]
The Series 3 Labeling Applicator can handle labels up to 4.1” wide. In this video the system is applying two smaller round labels, that fit within that 4.1” maximum web width, simultaneously to a flat product.
When comparing print and apply labeling systems, two important facets to consider are cost and capabilities. These two mission-critical parameters will ascertain if the unit under consideration will fulfill your distinct business objectives while remaining within your targeted budget. Print and apply labeling systems are ideal for those environments where labels must be printed on pallets or shipping cases as well as primary packaging applications like those within the baking and snack industries. But, all are not created equal.
Items that don’t stand easily and reliably can often require unique methods of transport for label application. A pair of opposing hugger belts can solve many such problems. A narrow box of playing cards is gently held by the side hugger belts while a single label is applied to the front panel and then is […]
Manufacturers and packagers of pharmaceutical products understand that a product identification system for pharmaceutical packaging requires two separate, but highly integrated components. It is mandatory to have a labeling system that can consistently apply labels at the required speed and with a high degree of accuracy. Along with such a labeler packagers need a print […]
A specific customer request led to the development of this four side labeling system. Two corner wrap labels, one leading edge label and one trailing edge label, are printed and applied as part of a single fully integrated labeling process. The finished carton can be visually identified from any side view no matter how it […]
To order labels or to print labels is a question that many business owners wrestle with, especially when they’re first starting out. For many businesses the answer ends up being, “it’s better, less expensive and faster” to print their own labels. Why should you print your own? The printing professionals from Griffin-Rutgers offer these reasons […]
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 small cylindrical vials in close control so that accurate label placement is achieved consistently. Numerous options are available to customize this system for installation in pharmaceutical manufacturing environments […]
If you’ve ever wondered “what is a top and bottom labeling system and what is it used for?”, then you’re not alone. Here are some answers to clarify the confusion.
With the advances in technology, most industries have jumped on board to ensure that their labels, packaging, tracking system, marketing, etc., is relying on new and improved ways to keep their operations running smoothly. Using modern technology in the pharmaceutical industry is helping lower the chances of errors in medical offices, hospitals, nursing homes, etc., […]