That very basic little machine really does take the drudgery and boredom out hand peeling and affixing labels once and for all.
Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) January 26, 2012
Originals By Weber, Toms River, NJ, Terry Weber, owner, announces announces the new Weber Label Peeler, it is a small desktop, simple to use, very basic hand operated non-electric, highly efficient label peeling machine designed to allow an operator to quickly peel self-adhesive labels off of letter size sheets of pressure sensitive, self-stick, labels of many different sizes. Label peeling can be done at the rate of 350 labels per hour or more. Labels when lifted off of the backing sheet automatically, (3 at a time) are then ready to be picked off one at a time, and hand affixed to envelopes. This simple machine eliminates the very boring and time consuming task of doing the addressing job by hand alone. In short, it's fast delivery of labels acts almost like a "third hand" for the worker who no longer has to fumble with the hard to handle sheets of labels.
This is a handy new way to automatically peel and hand affix self-stick (PS) mail address labels and other label sizes such as tab, shipping labels and others. This small (10"x 7") desktop, hand operated non-electric, fast machine peels the labels at a rate of about 350 labels per hour. Labels are then affixed by hand, no electric needed. Low cost. Much faster and less boring than by hand alone!
NOTE: Picture on the right shows the front of the Weber Label Peeler.
When Weber was asked how he happened to invent this Weber Label Peeler machine he replied:
"Here is the story behind the Weber Label Peeler"
"A few years ago I ran a direct mail service company. We used to mail many thousands of letters every month for a large number of clients using our big electric, automatic mailing machines. One time I had a client with a very small mailing list. He asked me if I would do the mailing for him using his little computer generated mailing list. It was a list that he had printed on letter-sized sheets of labels on (Avery pressure sensitive) sheets of paper. He had only about 230 names on his list. It was such a small mailing I asked him: Why don't you have your secretary do it?' He laughed as he said I did - but after doing it once she refused to do that job again because it is so boring and time consuming! I had to agree with him! But I took the job anyway and I did those small mailings for him for more than a year. That is when I thought about the problem people with small lists have, and in a short time I invented my simple little desktop Weber Label Peeler machine to do those kinds of jobs quickly and efficiently. That very basic little machine really does take the drudgery and boredom out hand peeling and affixing labels once and for all."
Weber Label Peeler is a new invention. It is a non-electric, (rather attractive in its simplicity), desktop office machine used to automatically peel pressure sensitive, self-stick address labels (as well as other label sizes such as small tab labels used to seal self mailers) from letter size (8 1/2" x 11") backing sheets.
Weber Label Peeler makes hand label peeling and affixing much faster than ever before.
The desktop machine is used in home and business offices where several small mailing lists are put on computers. These lists are then used to make frequent small mailings (weekly or monthly for example) to customers, sales reps, or clients.
The names and addresses are printed from the computer onto letter size sheets of die-cut pressure sensitive address label stock (Example: Avery). To get out a mailing, an office worker is given the tedious job of peeling those address labels, one at a time, from the sheet and then affixing them by hand onto an envelope. Doing this job purely by hand is a time consuming; slow, tedious job that is sheer drudgery.
This new hand operated Weber Label Peeler machine speeds up the process (estimated speed is 350 labels per hour or more) by making hand label peeling and affixing faster and much more automatic.
It works like this:
(1) An operator puts a sheet of labels into the machine.
(2) Next a gentle pull on the bottom of the sheet moves a row of 3 labels into position where they can be peeled off the backing sheet one row and one label at a time.
(3) The worker then picks off the first label in the row and affixes it to an envelope.
(4) Then picks off the next label, affixes it.
(5) Picks off the last label in the row and affixes it.
To make the next row of labels move up, the operator again pulls down on bottom of the sheet, then another row of labels pop up into position for removal as before. Weber Label Peeler can be used to peel any label that will fit into a width of up to 9-inches. It can also be used with roll labels (that is: when labels are supplied in rolls, instead of flat as flat sheets of paper.
Orders for Weber Label Peeler, price: $95.00 each, can be mailed to: Originals By Weber, 338 Alabama Avenue, Toms River, NJ 08753. The Weber Label Peeler is on hand and ready for immediate delivery via USPS Priority Mail. Phone: 877-309-8382 or 732-864-0353 or for more information go to website: http://www.yrret.stirsite.com/page/page/3920328.htm
Satisfaction guaranteed or money back.