iSys Label to Showcase the EDGE 850 & APEX 1290 at LabelExpo Americas
Visit iSys Label in booth #6515 at the upcoming LabelExpo Americas tradeshow in Chicago for live demonstrations of their newest product to hit the market, the EDGE 850 - a short run digital label press solution printing at speeds up to 9.14 meters/minute (30 feet/minute/6ips).
Developed for the short run label production market, the EDGE 850 can print on a variety of die-cut, kiss-cut or roll substrates. This innovative label press is easy to operate using the EDGE2Print software and an auto adjusting form synchronization rewinder system, allowing operations to stage a job in minutes so you can say goodbye to ordering huge quantities of pre-printed labels. Designed for in-house production of labels, users will be capable of printing 2000 labels in less than 20 minutes and have the finished roll ready for immediate application.
In addition to the EDGE 850, iSys Label will also be showing their flagship product, the APEX 1290 - a digital label press for short to mid run production. Designed with the user in mind, the APEX 1290 gives you the power to do more in less time. With media print widths ranging from 3" to 12.9" wide, users can print, slit and rewind 28,000 production-worthy labels in less than 37 minutes.
Come see why the EDGE 850 and APEX 1290 are the ideal digital workflow solutions for in-house label printing and allow our world class printing expertise to meet your label customers’ needs. To request more information visit www.isys-label.com or email email@example.com
iSys Label is the innovative developer and manufacturer of short to mid run digital label presses that deliver production quality labels print after print. Our focus is on developing customized product configurations to fit our customers’ needs and provide effective solutions that meet their highest expectations.
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