LAB510RR Automatic Roll to Roll Label Applicator / Label Combination System
The LAB510RR table-top labeler unit automatically applies adhesive labels from one roll onto another with a throughput of 4,200 per hour. In certain production and packaging lines it's economically advantageous to apply smaller labels such as pricetags, barcodes or serial numbers onto pre-existing larger labels containing more detailed product and/or corporate identity information. The LAB510RR accurately applies labels from one roll onto another and winds the combined label roll back up in order for it to be deployable right away. This reduces costs and turnaround times compared to having the complete label produced at print shops with flex or offset machines.
With the LAB510RR professional labeler you can easily apply labels, barcodes, stickers, price tages on any flat packaging product with a thickness of up to 50mm, a width of 320mm and a length of up to 400mm. The universally applicable Labeller LAB510RR can process paper as well as plastic labels directly from the reel. Alternatively you can also process sigils with a transparent or untransparent base. The labels can be taken from the folded carrier strap or from the reel.
Automatic feeding magazine (Option FF500) The feeding magazine of the LAB500 processes CD sleeves made out of paper, plastic or tyvek, Jewel CD-Cases, CD-Slim, DVD-Cases and every other flat product. With a height of 325mm the magazine can typically contain 220 CD sleeves or 34 CD cases and always be refilled while operating.
Sealing of envelopes (Option FF500) With the option automatic feeding magazine the LAB510CRD can automatically fold the envelopes of CD sleeves made out of paper or tyvek and various others too. Instead of having to use siliconised envelopes you can also have envelopes sealed with a sigil sticker after they've been folded.
Sealing (Option TT500) This option of the LAB500 seals CD sleeves and CD cases. With the TT500 option sigils can be put on to front side of CD-Cases or on CD cartons. For sealing you can use labels which are made out of paper or plastic, transparent or untransparent.