Replacing your thermal printhead is a necessary and expensive part of your routine printer maintenance, but does it have to be? Read more to find out when OEM-Compatible printheads make sense for your application. In a previous article, we talked about what OEM-Compatible printheads are and the reasons why your printer manufacturer wants you toContinue reading “7 Scenarios Where OEM-Compatible Printheads May Be Right For You￼”
OEM printer manufacturers often make claims why only Genuine OEM printheads should be the choice for your thermal printers. These statements certainly have the manufacturer’s interests at heart, but are the consumer’s interests at heart as well? This article talks about viable options for Genuine OEM replacement printheads. Some companies market these products as OEM-compatible,Continue reading “The Great Debate: Genuine OEM vs OEM-Compatible Printheads”
Zebra’s ZT400 series printers have an all-metal frame build and user-friendly bi-fold door that gives you a high-performing, versatile industrial-grade printer with easy access for operators The ZT400 series printers have a touch-screen, full color display panels, easy-to-load media and easy-access printhead and platen rollers make it easy for operators to perform routine maintenance. ZebraContinue reading “Deep Dive: Zebra ZT411 and ZT421 series industrial printers: easy to use and designed to grow as your business grows”
Sato’s CL4NX Plus printer is a high-performance industrial thermal printer with a wide range of standard features not commonly offered by the competition The CL4NX Plus series printers are easy to use, ideal for printing small labels, RFID-enabled, have a larger media capacity, intuitive design for routine maintenance and fast print capability. Ideal for PrintingContinue reading “Deep Dive: Sato CL4NX Plus series thermal printers – versatile and well-suited to perform in a variety of applications”
Regular maintenance is key to achieving high density print and consistently scannable barcodes. Your labels are key elements of your brand and proper maintenance of your thermal printers will ensure your message is communicated consistently and clearly. The following infographic covers key topics to keep your thermal print operation running smoothly: Clean your printheads frequentlyContinue reading “Infographic: 5 Ways to Ensure Maximum Useful Life from Your Replacement Printheads”
Feature article in StickyPaper’s Winter 2018 eNewsletter. Abbreviated Adhesives 101 article comparing rubber-based versus acrylic adhesives, application temperature requirements, initial tack and applications that require removable or repositionable labels.
Traditional warehouses — large buildings sitting in affordable rural areas along popular shipping routes — have been replaced by new breeds of fulfillment centers. Retailers’ warehouse strategies are changing dramatically and becoming a more critical piece of the ecommerce landscape — from how the geographic location of each warehouse is chosen to how products are documented and placed in a warehouse’s inventory.
Key Points Customer expectations and competition from e-commerce are driving widespread changes to warehousing and distribution operations Direct-to-consumer growth is not only affecting retailers, but also manufacturers, wholesalers, and 3PLs Warehouses and warehouse fulfillment operations are increasingly playing a greater role in commerce due to disintermediation and a reduction in retail sales through stores TheContinue reading “E-commerce and the warehouse of tomorrow”
For those exploring automated case labeling in your warehouse, this article from Pack World is a must read. Originally published in: http://www.packworld.com/machinery/labeling/tips-buying-case-labeling-systems By Ron Romanik, Contributing Editor Case labeling is very different from primary labeling. At the end of the line, it’s all about readable information on the label, and how it holds up onContinue reading “Tips for Buying Case-Labeling Systems”
Great read from Manufacturing Business Technology. A couple of questions come to mind after reading this article: What is the tipping point where technology costs decrease for many small and medium companies adopt this technology? The article cites $1500 as the cost per each Google Glass. Will the pick efficiency and real-time pricing/promotion possibilities makeContinue reading “Wearables in the Warehouse?”