The label printer has refined the Autonomy IV printer to meet new needs of pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical markets
ProMach product brand Weiler Labeling Systems (WLS) is to introduce a new Autonomy IV on-demand digital label printer for users in the pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical markets.
Autonomy IV printer provides customers with benefits such as quick turnaround, production planning flexibility, real-time variable data application, inventory reduction and/or multi-lingual label printing.
Autonomy IV can be connected directly to a line data management system for better control, as well as to a network for improved flexibility.
New Autonomy IV on-demand digital label printer
With a UV-curing and drop-on-demand (DOD) printer, Autonomy IV holds the capacity to print most barcode formats and human-readable codes from static or dynamic data, including serialised data.
The system will also print high-impact visual graphics in full colour or black-and-white at speeds up to 3,050 inches (77m) per minute.
Autonomy IV’s applications comprise printing variable data on pre-printed labels or on-demand printing the entire label from bright stock as per the requirement.
WLS’ printer can also produce the highest graded codes, in addition to handling a label roll size up to 18 inches (457mm) in diameter with a three-inch (76-mm) diameter core.
The company will exhibit the new Autonomy IV on-demand digital label printer at this year’s Pack Expo Las Vegas event taking place between 23 and 25 September.
The firm also supplies inks for Autonomy printers, as well as assisting customers in identifying a suitable substrate for their needs.
In May 2017, Pro Mach acquired WLS, which is involved in the designing and manufacturing of high-speed rotary and in-line labelling machines and serialisation and coding solutions for the pharmaceutical and medical packaging markets, as well as food, beverage, personal care, and consumer markets.
ProMach offers packaging solutions for the customers in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, personal care, and household and industrial goods industries.