The Afinia Label L501 is the first color label printer with Duo Ink Technology, designed to use both pigment and dye inks to create waterproof and highly vibrant labels. Powered by HP thermal inkjet technology, this dual-ink feature allows for a quick transition from vibrant and colorful prime, to ultra-durable and waterproof label applications with a simple printhead swap.
Now You Can Have Beautiful In-House Color Labels for a Third of the Cost
The Kiaro! QL-120 inkjet color label printer is now $3,000 off the normal price and it includes a one-year printhead warranty. Our QL-120 is the premier in-house label printing solution for short runs, with the industry-leading combination of print speed and quality. This printer automatically performs periodic cleanings and completes print jobs without label splicing. Simple to install and easy-to-use, the Kiaro! QL-120 delivers premium 1200 x 1200 dpi color labels in an as-needed basis and cost-effective manner. Don't want this deal to expire? Head over to our store and shop today.
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We appreciate you stopping by the booth to learn more about our on-demand, full-color label printing options that Vivid Data Group can provide your company. At the National Hardware Show, we showcased the Colordyne 1600C, the EPSON C7500G, and the EPSON C3500.
Concluding the show we will be running a special on the label printers that we showcased, at the show. Click the link below to the printer you wish to look into further.
The Colordyne 1600 Series C (available in roll or fanfold) is a high-speed label and tag printer with throughput speeds up to 12 inches/second. Printing in color is now affordable with Colordyne’s continuous color digital printer. Colordyne printers are powered by Memjet technologies and print lightning fast. With fast print speed and high-resolution capabilities, the CDT-1600C is the fastest color digital label printer in its class. Eliminate your label inventories with the ability to print-on-demand with the Colordyne CDT-1600 C. The CDT-1600 C redefines color printing with print quality up to 1600 x 1600 dpi. Capable of printing 2″ to 8.5″ wide, the CDT- 1600 C meets industrial label demands. The CDT-1600 C is designed for in-house label production and private labeling. This continuous printer meets industrial label printing demands and is powered by Memjet technology.
**The discount on this printer includes a FREE rewind with the purchase of a Colordyne 1600C. A value of $1000.**
The Epson ColorWorks C7500G (for Gloss) is the ideal printer for colorful, short-run labels. With specially designed firmware and color profiles, the durability of pigmented ink meets the beauty of gloss media! This unit is a fast, full-color heavy production label printer for large print runs and jobs with tight time windows. Customize any aspect of your label, from serial number to varying colored logos to different full color, high-resolution pictures of the product or product usage.
The C7500G system is designed to efficiently and cost-effectively meet the needs of industrial manufacturers fulfilling high mix label requirements and variable printing demands. Epson’s patented PrecisionCore™ technology is a critical feature that enables the new printer to deliver speed, economy and print quality to manufacturers. The modular print chip merges enhanced print speed, image quality, ink durability and color resolution with the flexibility to cost-effectively scale up production as needed.
The C7500G is ideal for demanding, high-volume environments that require durable, glossy, customized labels at a low cost per label.
**The discount associated with the purchase of an Epson 7500G is a $500 label credit to go toward your purchase of any label stock.**
The Epson ColorWorks C3500 Label Printer is designed for the small business that needs “big business” professional labels without the hassle. The high-speed, high-quality color label printer is designed to print a wide variety of labels in-house with a low cost-per-label. The labels are also very durable and suitable for GHS applications where BS5609 Certification is needed. We have label stock for your company to easily fulfill these requirements.
With the Epson ColorWorks C3500 inkjet label printer, you can dramatically reduce label costs, increase operational efficiencies and print high-quality, durable labels on-demand in four colors (CMYK) at speeds of up to 4 inches/second.
**The discount associated with the purchase of an Epson C3500 is a $200 label credit to go toward your purchase of any label stock.**
Afinia introduces the new L901 Industrial Label Printer. The Afinia Label L901’s redesigned printhead servicing and cleaning station allows this printer to be run in line with finishing equipment, label applicators, label dispensers and unwind/rewind units.
The FDA has pushed back the deadline for compliance with its Nutrition Fact guidelines (again). This makes it the perfect time to consider moving to digital printing of your own labels. Now, you can implement a new system without the pressure of an impending deadline. You will have a much easier project from the standpoint of being able to take your time and get things right the first time and not have to put shortcuts and band-aids in place, just to avoid hefty fines.
Excerpt of the announcement below:
On June 13, 2017, the FDA announced its intention to extend the compliance date for the Nutrition Facts Label final rules. The FDA will provide details of the extension through a Federal Register Notice at a later time.
In May 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration finalized the Nutrition Facts and Supplement Facts Label and Serving Size final rules and set the compliance date for July 26, 2018, with an additional year to comply for manufacturers with annual food sales of less than $10 million. After those rules were finalized, industry and consumer groups provided the FDA with feedback regarding the compliance dates. After careful consideration, the FDA determined that additional time would provide manufacturers covered by the rule with necessary guidance from FDA, and would help them be able to complete and print updated nutrition facts panels for their products before they are expected to be in compliance.
As a result, the FDA intends to extend the compliance dates to provide additional time for implementation. The framework for the extension will be guided by the desire to give industry more time and decrease costs, balanced with the importance of minimizing the transition period during which consumers will see both the old and the new versions of the label in the marketplace.
Canada has delayed for 12 months this June’s deadline requiring manufacturer and importer safety data sheets and labels to comply with regulations revising its workplace hazard communication standards in accordance with the UN Globally Harmonized System.