5th Station White Toner
The fifth station allows for white printing, making it easy to print brilliant designs on transparent and dark materials. This feature gives users the ability to reach a wider range of markets and applications that other label printers simply cannot serve.
Digital LED Print Technology & Substrate Capabilities
A low fusing temperature gives the LT5C unrivaled media compatibility - especially when handling heat-sensitive synthetics and films. This LED-based technology opens the door to a range of substrates that other label printers simply can't handle. Dry toner technology gives users the ability to use uncoated and flood-coated stocks also provides a further advantage for printers looking to reduce the overall cost per label.
Fitting rolls ranging from 1"-5.1" wide with a maximum OD of 8", the LT5C gives users the versatility to run a variety of label sizes. Two types of sensors are used to detect printing position, Black Mark and Gap, making it easy to run both continuous and die-cut media. The automatic cutter ensures the accurate end of job cutting, enabling users to print one or many labels quickly and efficiently.
The LT5C is intuitive and simple to install, requiring minimal training or technical skills. The simple desktop configuration allows for easy consumable and parts access. Rolls of different types can quickly be exchanged, and consumables have a high capacity for extended printing. The 4.3" LCD color display panel and paper handling guidance make it easy to feed and print labels on-demand.
- Five-color (CMYK+White) printing
- Durable (UV, water, abrasion) prints
- Print on clear, foil, colored, or other specialty materials
- Use pre-die cut or continuous labels
- Low fusing temperature provides greater substrate flexibility
- Print speed: Up to 9m/min (Gips)
- Brilliant, high-resolution graphics (1200 x 1200 dpi)
The Perfect Companion
Labels printed on the LT5C can be cut to any size and shape from continuous (uncut) media on the DLF-140s Desktop Digital Label Finisher. It’s all done digitally through a simple cut shape you place in a pdf file—no need for expensive dies or tooling, machinery, or wait times. The computer tells the machine where to cut and how many labels to produce, so short-run label jobs can be completed easily and quickly. When finishing labels digitally, lamination can also be applied for aesthetic, tactile, and durability purposes. Also, check out Vivid Data Group's Print Cut Bundles page for more information.