NeuraLabel Printing Solutions, a Neuralog company, has launched NeuraLabel 300x, a new line of printers for the GHS and prime label markets that are based on HP PageWide technology to provide a ‘cost effective, fast, flexible and scalable option for industries that require on-demand digital color label printing’.
Neuralog is a software and hardware provider for the oil and gas industry. HP PageWide technology currently powers HP PageWide XL printers, HP inkjet web presses and HP business printers, and will be scaled for upcoming HP 3D Multi Jet Fusion printers.
NeuraLabel 300x printers are capable of print speeds up to 20 inches per second with a resolution up to 2,400 x 1,200dpi. Water-resistant pigment inks ensure that prints can be produced on a wide variety of label media, suitable to any application, including BS5609-certified moisture and abrasion resistant synthetic media.
NeuraLabel 300x models can also print on uncut or already die-cut fan-folded or rolled continuous label media, from 3in to 8.5in wide. Sheet fed media is also supported.
‘With HP PageWide Technology at the core of our printers, our customers are getting products that deliver superior quality with fast turn-around and easy operation,’ said Ken Land, president and chief technology officer at Neuralog. ‘Through our collaboration with HP we are able to offer world class solutions with a lower cost of ownership and virtually no setup requirements.’
Santi Morera, vice president and general manager of HP Inkjet Printing Solutions, added: ‘Neuralog’s announcement today is an example of the power of HP PageWide technology, which delivers lower costs, faster print speeds, higher quality and increased productivity, all while consuming less energy.’
NeuraLabel 300x models can be operated as a stand-alone desktop label printing platform or a web press attached to a complete label finishing system, and a compatible with most Windows-based label authoring software and variable data printing tools.
A two-year on-site service warranty is available for customers worldwide.