Innovative glue application solutions and new Braille print head X dot dominate the Baumer hhs trade fair appearance

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With the slogan "Get out of the common track", Baumer hhs is presenting itself at the La-belexpo with innovative solutions for the labelling and packaging industry. Unusual solutions to a wide range of production requirements offer label printers remarkable differentiation potentials through modern methods of glue application. Baumer hhs is aiming to inspire its customers to consider new strategies in label production and to face up to the challenges in this market segment. As highlights of its trade fair appearance, Baumer hhs is presenting solutions for booklet production and significant increases in performance in partial and intermittent glue application.

A new item being shown for the first time at the trade fair is a compact and extremely reli-able Braille printer Xdot. This closes the gap in label production for the pharmaceutical in-dustry, which until now could only be accomplished by additional labels. The target market is not only digital label production, but also all products that cannot be covered by the clas-sic embossing methods. Multi-layer labels for the pharmaceutical industry can be printed with Braille in excellent quality. OEM partners are also demonstrating the Braille print head Xdot as part of their own trade fair appearances.

The Baumer hhs booth can be found in Hall 12, Booth 12U80.
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