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RFID Labels in Pharmaceutics and Medical Devices

RFID tags make products efficiently traceable along the supply and value chain. They can also help make pharmaceutical packaging smart and forgery-proof. Here we highlight important applications for the pharmaceutical industry and medical technology!

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Medical Device Labeling: EU Regulation MDR 2017/745

In order to meet the constantly evolving requirements for medical devices, the European Parliament and the European Council issued the new EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 2017/745 on April 5, 2017. Here’s what you need to know!

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Laboratory labels – A quick guide to print and apply them

Be it for the marking of samples in laboratories and hospitals or the traceability of banked blood: Barcode labels are used as the most reliable type of identification. Read here what is important in terms of labeling!

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How to Print the Russian Crypto Code for Serialization of Drugs

The Russian crypto code law poses major challenges for pharmaceutical manufacturers: Since January 2020, all labeling systems must be able to apply special identification codes to drug packaging.

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GHS labeling: Printing hazard symbols with inkjet printers

There are various ways to implement hazard labeling in compliance with GHS. A new, interesting approach: Print the hazard symbols directly on the product instead of attaching a GHS label. Find out here what advantages this has!

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7 Smart Ways to Reduce Labeling Costs

Learn how you can save money (and help to protect the environment along the way) by following our seven smart tips for reducing labeling costs!

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Labelling more efficiently – 5 future-proof solutions

Reducing operating costs, increasing productivity, improving quality: In this article, we will show you how to achieve these goals in manufacturing and logistics with smart labeling solutions from Weber Marking Systems!

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Zero Downtime Labeling For Continuous Production

Don’t let downtimes reduce your effiency: Learn how our zero-downtime labeling option keeps your production line moving non-stop!

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Coding on flexible packaging with thermal inkjet printers

Did you know that our thermal inkjet printers are also compatible with solvent-based inks? That means for you: Remarkable coding performance on even more applications!

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Inkjet printers ‘on duty’ for face mask production

Converting a production line for filter systems to manufacture 30,000 face masks per week – in just a few days time? What sounds like a ‘mission impossible’ at first, became a success story for our client Filtration Group in Germany. Our Markoprint inkjet printers helped their ambitious plan to succeed.

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How to maintain your marking systems during longer downtimes

Long downtimes can cause problems for the machines in your production lines. When it comes to your marking and labeling systems, there are a few things you can do for a smooth restart after several days, weeks and months!

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Fully Electric Labeling: The New Generation of Legi-Air

Legi-Air 4050 B is the new Print & Apply system in the portfolio of Weber

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Shipping optimization: Improve e-commerce logistics with label automation

Automate your labeling processes in order to ship faster, make customers happy and stay competitive! Learn more about the options in this blog post!

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How variable data labels can boost your business

Variable data labels are used to identify, track and authenticate products along the entire supply chain. They also help manufacturers optimize their operating costs and market their brand. Learn more about their amazing capabilities in our blog post!

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How to minimize downtime during batch changeover

The growing demand for product individualization and mass customization is changing manufacturing processes. Small batch