Expanding and Improving We introduced our first digital label finisher back in late 2014. The DLF-1000 was the beginning of our extensive product range expansion. Two years later, we announced our second-generation Digital Label Finisher, the DLF-220L. The new model delivers the same on-demand production style as the DLF-1000, but with many other advancements.
Food industry interest in our in-house label printing solutions has been growing rapidly—and we’re not surprised. In-house digital label printing can save businesses time and money, and minimize hassle.
“In 1977, S&K Label began in a single car garage with one employee and offered one and two spot-color print and one-color hot stamping. Now the company offers foil embossing and a digital four-color process within its 5,000 square foot facility. S&K Label serves the U.S. and Canada. The company produces short-run, custom labels for several industries including food and... View Article
“Ultra-Chem Inc began serving the Midwest in 1987 with just two employees. Today, they have more than 175 employees and offer industrial chemicals worldwide with a product line of over 300 items. Ultra-Chem formulates, manufactures, and ships its products with a goal of ‘quality products that perform.’
Industrial label printers have come a long way since they were invented by Texas Instruments in 1965 and first sold in 1969. The age of the industrial label printer had begun and became the “go to” technology for printing labels, especially those with barcodes. A number of things had to happen before industrial label printers would become a staple. The... View Article
Are you considering a CX1200 FX1200 “bundle” purchase for $55,000* We suggest that you consider the Afinia Label L801 DLF-1100 combination for $36,990*, which is around $18,000 less than the CX1200 FX1200 “bundle”. Not only is the Afinia Label L801 DLF-1100 combination about $18,000 less expensive, the L801 is much faster, can print at higher resolution, is much lighter and much... View Article
If you are considering an LX1000 you may wish to consider the Afinia Label L301 Professional Label Printer. Depending upon where you have received your LX1000 price (MSRP $2,995 in US and Canada as of 4/6/17) you will find the L301 to be at least $1,000 less expensive. The print resolutions are about the same. If you need to print... View Article
In the summer of 2015, many were caught short by the deadline for GHS-classified labels. Reports of last-minute rushes on label orders and delays on customers receiving product were common from June onwards. What is CLP? CLP Regulation, or simply ‘CLP’ as it is now known, is the new EU legislation on classification, labeling, and packaging of substances and mixtures.... View Article
If you are considering an LX900 you may wish to consider the Afinia Label L301. Depending upon where you have received your LX900 price you may find the L301 to be hundreds of dollars less expensive. The print resolutions are about the same. If you need to print really long labels, the L301 can print labels up to 48″, the LX900,... View Article
If you are considering bringing your label printing in-house using an LX500 you might want to investigate the Afinia Label L301, as there are a number of significant differences. First, out of the box, the Afinia Label L301 can print labels as wide as 6″, and up to 8.5″ if you choose to purchase the optional unwinder. The LX500 prints... View Article
Southwest Specialty Food, Inc., producer of the Ass Kickin’ line of hot sauces, is located just west of Phoenix in Goodyear, AZ. They have reduced their food label cost by 30% since installing the Afinia Label L801 Color Label Printer.