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  • 13 Sep 2019

TSC Auto ID brings new digital printers to Labelexpo Europe

The CPX4 series printer by TSC Auto

Germany-based barcode specialist TSC Auto ID will be showcasing its advanced digital color printer as well as its new industrial machine and new TDM series mobile printers on stand 7A44 at Labelexpo Europe 2019.

The new digital label printing system includes the dye ink CPX4D and pigment ink CPX4P. offering print and color quality and low costs for consumables.

The company claims that the printers are the fastest in their class with speeds of 300mm/s. Both machines feature a color management program and a resolution of 1200 x 1200 DPI, both for the precise printing of pictures, barcodes and text on labels with a width up to 120mm. 

The CPX4 series supports label rolls with an outside diameter up to 7.9in and an inside diameter of 3in. Therefore, says the company, the time necessary for changing the material is reduced while the productivity in the labeling process is increased.

TSC will also show its ML240P series, characterized by a compact size, strong connectivity and versatility. The printers can be used in warehousing as well as product- and shelf-labeling in retail and in the health sector.

For the first time, the company will showcase its mobile TDM series with modern interface, comprehensive sensors and latest firmware, suited for retail and mobile point of sale applications. 

Another important focus of TSC’s stand will be the programmable print engine PEX-1000 series, which combines a precision print mechanism with high performance electronics including a wide variety of modern sensors to produce small labels with a height of 5mm. 

TSC’s stand will also showcase a wide selection of consumables, including labeling materials such as universally usable ribbons, labels, receipt paper and wristbands.


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