ID Technologies shows label printers

Indian manufacturer exhibits thermal transfer printers for the label industry

MV Bennur, senior marketing manager, ID Technologies

ID Technologies, suppliers and manufacturers of barcode systems, coding and marking, desktop printers, label applicators and thermal transfer ribbons, is showcasing its indigenously designed thermal transfer printers at Labelexpo India 2018.

Exhibiting for the first time at the show, the company is showcasing two label printers – MAGNUM iLX280 ESPADA and BLITZ iX310 – at its stand (No. N17).

iLX280 ESPADA has clear side door panel to easily monitor media supply labels, and can run roll-fed or fan-fold material. With a print width of 6”/8” and print length of 30”, iLX280 ESPADA can print 8 inches per second (203 mm per second) with a resolution of 203 DPI. The size printer comes with a USB interface with optional parallel, ethernet and Wi-Fi connections, and has a built-in intelligent interpreter. MAGNUM BLITZ iX310 features a 6-inch print screen and offers resolutions of up to 300 DPI.

Both the printers are built on rugged metal chassis to ensure reliable operation in harsh and demanding environments. They have a user-friendly utility to download fonts, images and label formats, in a drag and drop manner, and faster throughput using CAPID algorithm.

MV Bennur, senior marketing manager, ID Technologies said, “The cost of the printer is about 40% less than other imported machines with similar configuration because the spare parts are costlier, if imported.”

He added, “We are hopeful to achieve good footfall and are targeting the companies established in North India in the pharmaceutical, chemical, home appliances, healthcare, beauty and electronic segments.”

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