EZ-Seal gets to grips with curvy containers
- FULL-COVERAGE GRAPHICS. // Beverage Industry;Feb2000, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p56
Features Axon's EZ-Seal shrink-sleeve labeling systems for a full range of containers in the beverage industry. Product description.
- SUPPLIER'S MARKETPLACE. // Beverage Industry;Sep2003, Vol. 94 Issue 9, p84
Presents several equipment for the beverage industry. Labeling machine from Krones Inc.; Route Minder tracking system from Salient Corp.; Shrink sleeve label applicator from Axon Corp.
- Shrink-sleeve label applicator. // Packaging Digest;Dec2005, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p54
The article presents information on the EZ-Seal® 600SL label applicator developed by Axon Corp. The application can operate in either single- or dual-head mode. The main feature of the product is an all-mechanical design with minimal moving parts for ensuring smooth operation. The product comes...
- new products spotlight. // Packaging Digest;Jun2007, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p15
The article evaluates several products related to labeling and printing including the LINX 6900 ink-jet printer from Diagraph Corp., Uni-399VA labeler from NJM/CLI, and EZ-Seal 200SL and 400SL labelers from Axon Corp.
- Multimedia. // Packaging Digest;Oct2001, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p92
Reports the release of a product brochure from Axon Corp. Various applications of the company products; Provision of information on technology models of the firm; Discussion on continuous machine motion in the brochure.
- Signed, sealed, delivered. Holton, W. Conard // Vision Systems Design;Dec2007, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p5
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Andy Wilson about an automatic labeling and verification system from SuperUser Solutions, and another by Winn Hardin about a multi-camera and barcode-reader inspection line from Systech International.
- Car parts get labeling precision treatment. // Automatic I.D. News;Apr96, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p57
Features Lord Label's semi-automatic printer/applicator that is designed for precise labeling of automotive parts. Prevention of injury; Speed of printing.
- Don't blame the labeller. Donaldson, Phil // Packaging Magazine;7/4/2002, Vol. 5 Issue 13, p18
Discusses how poorly manufactured labels can severely impair the performance of label applicators and print and apply machines. Factors that can affect the performance of automatic labelling machines; Importance of accurate slitting; Variable margins; Dust build-up.
- No standard for EAS. // Chain Store Age Executive with Shopping Center Age;Jan1995, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p24
Reports on the results of a study conducted by the Arthur D. Little Co. for the National Association of Chain Drug Stores on the standardization of electronic article surveillance (EAS) source tagging technology. Lack of necessary technology; Formation of inter-industry task force.