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Laser marking system

Laser marking system
Laser marking system

 

Laser marking systemLP130 Laser Marking System is compatible with a wider variety of laser-markable tapes, labels and tags as a new, optimized version of the company's previous DL500 Durable Label Printer. It has a number of significant improvements including up to 25 percent faster print speeds than DL500. The LP130 enables fast and easy in-house production of labels and tags for use in a range of severe and harsh-duty applications. Text, graphics and linear or 2D bar codes can be marked onto special laser-accepting substrates that can be up to 130mm (5.1-inches) wide. Finished labels and tags are extremely robust and do not require lamination to withstand extended exposure to UV light, chemicals, liquids and temperatures of up to 300 deg C. As such, they also meet the requirements for UL and CSA rating plates and serial number tags and labels. Printer drivers are included for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8. Also included is easy-to-use label design and printing software from Seagull Scientific called BarTender Primera SE UltraLite for Windows.

 

Primera Technology Inc., 800-797-2772.
www.primeralabel.com

 

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