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A labeler might include a complete labeling system or individual parts such as a printer, dispenser or applicator. Read More…

Labeler Labeler is a term that can be applied to any number of labeling machines, or machinery designed to create or apply tags, tickets or stickers that provide information or decoration for the products and materials to which they are applied.
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Perry, NY  |  800-227-5718

JN White is an ISO 9001:2015 and ITAR-certified manufacturer of labeling machinery, graphic overlays, and custom labels. We handle projects of a variety of sizes, and we have the expertise to translate what our customers need into high-quality, high-precision outcomes.

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JN White $$$

Fort Pierce, FL  |  772-465-4441

Auto Labe has been providing quality labelers, label applicators, labeling software, automatic labeling systems and labeling equipment for growing companies with experience since 1967. We offer a wide selection of labeling machinery products to a diversified field of industries.

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Salem, OH  |  330-332-1800

Building world class labelers is no big deal at CTM. It's expected! CTM’s "Made in the USA" pride won't accept anything less. From beginning to finish and beyond, CTM will delivery quality that can’t be found elsewhere. Setting benchmarks is difficult. Maintaining those benchmarks is even tougher. The benchmark that CTM is most proud of is its support "after the sale". Contact us or visit our website today for more information!

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CTM Labeling Systems $$$

Clinton, CT  |  800-521-0194

Iconotech is the industry leader of printing systems that provide in-house, generic printing solutions for corrugated cases, die cuts, and multi-wall, kraft bags. Iconotech systems are simple, fast and flexible and give users substantial savings.

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Iconotech $$$
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Cosmetics, pharmaceutical, medical, automotive, aerospace, electronics, food and beverage, waste treatment, agriculture and shipping industries are just a few that utilize labels in everyday operations. To accommodate these needs, several product configurations are available. Hand held devices are used in low production or personal applications such as office organization whereas bench or table top models are larger and often provide more adjustability for retail and commercial purposes.

Industrial label machines are heavy-duty and floor mounted systems that can provide continuous or batch labels that are applied accurately even with high production rates. Labeling machines of any size can provide vertical or horizontal wrap around labels as well as front, top, back or bottom application of labels.

Labelers allow for customized or mass production of these identification tags, which may serve as just that or provide other information such as content, nutritional value, care instruction, warnings, shipping and handling, barcodes, prices, logos or even simply décor.

All labeling processes begin with an analysis of the application. Once the size, materials and dimensions are determined, the information can be transferred to a label printer. While common household printers may be used, specialized printers are widely available and capable of printing on much more than paper.

Metals, glass, fibers, plastic and virtually all other materials can be dyed, engraved or embossed as needed to create a label. Rigid labels are printed onto metals or plastics while flexible labels are printed on paper that may or may not have adhesive backing. Label dispensers are then used to expel the materials from the printer and remove this backing or otherwise ready the signage for application.

Label applicators then use one of three methods to apply the labels. Touch or tamping physically taps the pressure sensitive materials onto the product. Air blowing uses a powerful surge of air while wipe labels are wrapped on. While manual application is permissible in many applications, it does not offer the speed and accuracy of automated systems.

Before printing, dispensing, applying or even designing, it is important to consider the size and material construct of the label needed as machine capabilities will vary significantly. The composition of the substrate to which the tag will be applied is also important as it must be compatible with the adhesive glue or other fastening device used.

Glass, plastics, metals, foils, papers, bottles and other containers list just a few of the possible surfaces to which labels are commonly applied. While branding is most often a choice, several other labels are required by national or international regulatory committees in order to ensure safe practices and full disclosure.

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