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  • 06 Aug 2020

AM Labels adds Sato CL4NX Plus to its portfolio

AM Labels has introduced the new Sato CL4NX Plus industrial thermal label printer as the latest addition to its portfolio

AM Labels has introduced the new Sato CL4NX Plus industrial thermal label printer as the latest addition to its portfolio.

Designed to optimize precision and deliver fast print runs, the CL4NX Plus is suitable for use in a wide range of medium to high volume printing applications, in industries such as manufacturing, pharmaceutical, automotive, healthcare and food. It is available with a print resolution of 200, 300 or 600 dpi, easily integrates into existing workflows, and is compatible with a wide range of media including roll and fan fold labels. 

The new CL4NX Plus offers print speeds of up to 14in per second and delivers quick data processing, features an optional linerless media support and ribbon capacity increased by 30 percent. The printer also offers Sato Online Services (SOS), a cloud-based preventative maintenance service that remotely monitors the status of the printer for advanced error detection.

‘We are delighted to add the Sato CL4NX Plus printer to our extensive portfolio,’ commented Brendon Bass, sales and marketing manager at AM Labels. ‘Combining high quality printing with best-in-class speeds and a powerful performance, the Sato CL4NX Plus is an excellent addition to the environments where quality, accuracy, and speed are key requirements. 

‘As well as providing businesses with the opportunity to strengthen and develop their operational capabilities, the CL4NX Plus maximizes sustainability and reduces costs, offering a cutting-edge and an exceedingly cost-effective option for high quality in-house label production.’

AM Labels has recently received the Sato Application Enabled Printing (AEP) Certification, allowing the company to develop and sell customizable software for a range of applicable printers, including the CL4NX Plus.

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