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  • 11 Jul 2018

Afinia Label unveils mid-run digital label printer

Afinia Label unveils mid-run digital label printer

Afinia Label, a manufacturer and distributor of industrial color label printing and finishing equipment, has released the L701 industrial color label printer.

The L701 offers the speed and performance of Memjet in a new, smaller and more affordable configuration marketed for installations requiring multiple printers across several production lines or locations.

This full-color printer can print directly to inkjet-printable, die-cut labels and tag stock.

The L701 supports printing roll-to-roll, roll-to-cut, with the option of printing and presenting the label, and can accept fanfold stock for applications where space is at a premium. The L701’s has five (CMYKK) 150ml capacity ink cartridges and can produce labels in full-color, with photo-quality, at print speeds up to 40 feet (~12 meters) per minute.

The L701 has a lower price point, making it a more affordable option , and has the smallest footprint available of any production class color label printer currently available.

‘With the addition of the L701, Afinia offers the most comprehensive line of color label printers available today,’ said Mike Atkins, national sales manager for Afinia Label. ‘The L701 has incredible print quality and speed, and it fits a perfect price point between the low volume, economy priced color label printers, and the high volume, production-level printers on the market. This combination of speed and economy will enable manufactures across many industries to implement full color label printing across multiple production lines.'

Nathan Daniel, EMEA sales manager for Afinia Label said: ‘The low price point of the L701 allows those who in the past may not have been able to stretch their budgets to a higher yield printer, to take advantage of the many benefits gained by this print technology.

Adds Atkins: ‘We believe the L701 at this price point and size will enable companies to move away from buying printed labels. This will allow purchasers and packaging engineers the flexibility to more efficiently manage their label inventory without sacrificing the look of their brand.’

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