What Is a Label Applicator?

A label applicator is a basic robot used for the application and printing of pressure-sensitive labels on a variety of products. Generally, this type of labeling involves shipping labels, content labels, and graphic images that comply with specific standards. Some of the more common examples of labeling include GS1 global product codes (GPCs) and the Universal Product Code (UPC). The main use for a label applicator is for packaging and shipping applications.

Label applicator

The base unit of a label applicator is the main component and is responsible for controlling and driving the device. It contains the clamping plate, transport roller, and web brake. The 4.3-inch touch screen is used for controlling the applicator and features intuitive menu navigation and self-explanatory icons. The start screen allows users to access favorite parameter settings and is equipped with a search function. Depending on the configuration, the user can even set the level of the machine they want to control.

A label applicator’s features will depend on the application process. There are several types of label-applicators available on the market today. There are manual applicators, automated labels, and a combination of both. Some of them are more complex than others, while others are simple and affordable. With the right selection, a label applicator can help your business improve productivity and reduce costs. A Videojet Direct Apply machine can reach up to 150ppm, which is more than sufficient for most industrial applications.

The base unit of a label applicator is the central part of the device. Its function is to control and drive the machine. The unit has three main parts: a clamping plate, a transport roller, and a brake to prevent slippage of the label web. The base unit is controlled by a 4.3-inch touchscreen, which is easy to use and understand. Most of the controls are easily accessible through the touch screen interface. The start screen displays favorite parameter settings and provides quick access to the menu.

The base unit of a label applicator is the main component of the device. It is designed to drive and control the device and apply self-adhesive labels. Its dispensing beak separates individual labels from their backing paper and transfers them to the target product. Because of this, label applicators can achieve pinpoint accuracy. They can also be customized for different applications. In addition to manual labeling, a motorized version is also available for high-speed applications.

Depending on the application, a label applicator may have mechanical or motorized winders. The base unit can be used for manual labeling and can be customized to match specific applications. For instance, a HERMA 500 can apply up to 2000 adhesive labels per minute. It is possible to customize the base unit for your needs and budget. If you need a high-speed label applicator, the HERMA 500 is an ideal option. It has a 4.3-inch touchscreen that provides intuitive menu navigation and self-explanatory icons.

A label applicator is a tool used to apply labels on palletized cartons. Its battery-powered base unit is lightweight and fully portable, and it is equipped with a die-cutting die but for labels up to two- and three-thirds-inch. It also features a touch-sensitive nose that allows it to be operated manually or through an automatic process. The user can choose a die-cutter that works with its built-in memory.

The Tach-It BL-2 is a battery-powered label applicator that is designed for labeling palletized cartons. It is lightweight and fully portable, and uses a die-cut die. This model has a touch-sensitive nose that makes it easy to apply labels to various types of products. It also has a memory to store and recall data. There is a Tach-It BL-2 for your specific application.

An applicator has a base unit that fixes and unwinds the label reel. Its motorized unwinder can hold the label reel and prevent it from slipping during application. The HERMA 500 has a motorized winder that can apply adhesive labels at high speed. This unit can be customized to suit the needs of your business. For example, the TLC-5500 can handle up to 2,000 labels per minute.