Atlantic Zeiser promotes new booklet label encoding system at Labelexpo Europe 2013
Company will highlight variable data encoding of booklet labels used for clinical trials
DIGILINE Booklet is targeted to provide highly efficient late-stage encoding and verification of booklet labels. Its concept meets the very specific needs of pharmaceutical companies that require booklet labels for clinical trials, as well as subcontracting manufacturers that encode booklet labels at a large scale on behalf of those companies.
"Atlantic Zeiser cooperated with major pharmaceutical companies and subcontracting manufacturers to address these very specific needs with an advanced concept," said Helmut Schneider, Atlantic Zeiser Group Product Manager Packaging. "DIGILINE Booklet aims to be a sophisticated and capable system that would provide error-free encoding and verification results in combination with fast and efficient production throughput, while greatly minimizing waste. We look forward to discussing details of the system with customers who would benefit from such a solution."
DIGILINE Booklet can offer a number of key advantages over thermal transfer printers and conventional rewinders used for booklet label encoding:
- Encodes thick booklets (up to 4 mm) that are difficult to print at all;
- Can print and check on both fully and partially transparent label stock;
- Prints the first incoming label on the roll, minimizing waste and maintaining process security - no extra work - and no peel off (patent-pending innovation);
- Maintains precise lateral print positioning to ensure accurate variable information placement, even for misaligned labels on the carrier. This is a great advantage especially for pre-printed labels with tight space;
- Audit proof process security by full camera inspection of cuts and splices made by operator;
- 100% camera inspection, which eliminates the occurrence of misprinted, unprinted and even missing labels in production output;
- Minimizes downtime, providing short cycle times and cost savings.
DIGILINE Booklet can use proven Atlantic Zeiser OMEGA inkjet printing technology and LED-based UV curing for precise, durable and highly readable encoding. Its combination of advanced printing and highly integrated camera technology, and zero-waste production ensures accurate and dependable label encoding.
Atlantic Zeiser GmbH
Atlantic Zeiser helps industrial customers raise the cost efficiency, brand value, security and quality of their products in the production and goods logistics chain. The company guarantees this by supplying solutions for high-quality individual printing, coding, serializing and identifying individual products with frequently changing content, as well as with software solutions for serializing management, T&T (track & trace) and verification. Atlantic Zeiser specializes in industrial digital printing on demanding substrates, such as materials with low printing ink adhesion. In the sectors of digital and security printing solutions for industrial applications, card systems and the numbering of banknotes and passports, Atlantic Zeiser develops, manufactures and sells integrated system solutions for commercial and state-owned industrial clients throughout the world. Atlantic Zeiser supports customers from 11 company sites, as well as distribution and support offices in around 50 countries. For detailed information about Atlantic Zeiser's complete range of serialization and coding solutions, please visit www.atlanticzeiser.com.
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