Affordable Alternatives for High-Speed Labeling
These sturdy, self-contained print-apply systems combine a high-density thermal/thermal-transfer label printer with an automatic label applicator to simultaneously print and apply pressure-sensitive labels to the tops, bottoms or sides of products right along the conveyor line.
Weber makes a variety of label printer-applicators to fit every industry and application. We can customize a system to fit into your current production line or act as a stand-alone unit for manual feeding.
The major benefits of print-apply systems include their ability to:
•Eliminate the expense and inconvenience of preprinted labels
•Eliminate label obsolescence
•Reduce labor costs
•Provide faster, more accurate labeling
Our label printer-applicators are built to last and many models can be run 24/7/365. When you need a reliable labeling system, talk to Weber.
Find the right label printer applicator for your products:
Model 5300 Series Label Printer Applicators
Weber's Model 5300 print-apply system is redefining the meaning of versatility in heavy-duty, 24/7 pressure-sensitive label printing and application. Choose from a wide variety of application methods including tamp-blow, direct-tamp, air-blow and more.
Model 4300 Pro-Apply Series Label Printer Applicators
The cost-efficient Model 4300 Pro-Apply label printer-applicator features the functionality often limited to higher-duty printer-applicator equipment. The result is a versatile in-line system that combines high-quality label printing and reliable tamp-blow application that ensures fast, accurate pressure-sensitive labeling.
Model LA-6000 High-Speed Label Printer Applicator
Weber's Model LA-6000 variable-height print-apply system is perfect for high-speed distribution centers that need reliable labeling on a wide range of carton sizes.
The high-performance LA-6000 has a servo motor driven actuator made of carbon fiber that reduces weight and increases speed.
This system can label variable-height packages quickly and efficiently at up to 40 labels per minute depending on product handling and label size.