Labels on rolls – blank or preprinted to your specification.
Use our desktop printers to print your own labels.
Automatically labelling products and packaging.
Printing variable data contactless, with ink.
Automatically identify goods using radio frequency.
You wish to not only reliably trace back your products but also increase your productivity? Weber Marking Systems will be your partner, manufacturer and supplier for customised solutions to industrial marking of products and packaging. No matter what you want to label or mark: We can offer marking systems for all sectors, surfaces and shapes.
Labels are used to "indirectly" mark products and packaging. Different types of labels are available for different requirements. Primary labels are available ready or partially printed. Marketing labels, for instance – these tend to be monochrome or multicolour with a large graphic image, also the company logo and informative text. Label printers often add information such as batch numbers or shelf life to partially printed labels in running production.
Safety labels are special labels with visible or hidden safety features for product protection. Special labels have special properties or functionalities for special applications. This may include, for instance, UV-resistant labels that do not fade in the sun or waterproof labels that will not peel off when moist. A label must be particularly resistant should it later be subjected to such conditions.
Automatic labelling in industrial production environments demands robust, efficient and reliable systems. Weber Marking Systems has marking technologies designed to meet just these demands. Label applicators will apply preprinted labels onto products at high speed – from top, bottom, sides or all-round. Label printing applicators can even print a label immediately before dispensing. Our systems are based on a sophisticated modular concept. Virtually any labelling application can be realised by using different print modules, applicators and tamp pads.
Industrial inkjet printers can mark products and packaging directly – e.g. using text, sequential numbers and codes. Various technologies are available, depending on application and material to be printed on. Drop-on-demand inkjet printer (DOD), together with HP, Funai, Xaar and Trident printing technologies, will handle many marking tasks on absorbent and non-absorbent materials: from pin sharp 600 dpi resolution small print to larger print for logistics marking. Depending on system, print technology and application, high-quality barcode will be produced even at 36 000 prints per minute.
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. This technology writes data to transponders. Data may be read at any time along the supply chain and can also be dynamically changed or supplemented – no direct visual contact required. RFID labels with integrated chips are termed smart labels – additional information may even be printed on them. RFID is today often used for quick identification and automation of processes in manufacturing and logistics.