Italora Srl offers a complete line of Print & Apply devices
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Italora OEM range of printers can be equipped with different types of label applicators with the advantage of having a single control unit able to drive both the print and the application tasks.
The printing unit is built on robust structure of single aluminum plate to which the applicator is attached; the print-apply device is therefore compact and easy to mount even on existing systems.
Different applicators types meet the most varied requirements of labelling processes, they can be summarized as follows:
• Piston: linear stroke, for applications on standing objects or flat surfaces
• Piston + blow: linar stroke, for applications without contact on standing or moving objects
• 2 Pistons, double movement: for small labels and high precision applications
• Double piston, 2 sides: linear stroke, 2 sides corner applications
• Blow: to apply without contact, high frequency
• Lightweight arm: front or upper side applications, very suitable for lightweight packages; perfect for food industry
• Wipe: low cost applicator for batch and on-demand labelling, available with encoder for packaging line synchronization too
• Wipe with suction: low cost applicator for batch and on-demand labelling, free from packaging line system speed synchronization issue
• Custom: custom design based on customer’s needs
A print-apply system is made out of three elements: Electronic control unit with multicolor LCD display and 10 keys keyboard, Printing unit, Applicator device
The automatic label application cycle can be fully customized, starting from a default, according to the needs of the production line in which the print-apply device is installed; it is possible to freely change the driving of the 16 input channels and 16 output channels through a simple programming language in text format.
In addition to input/output signals for direct driving of the application device there are further signals available for controlling other actuators or sensors.