Afinia Label to Show Their Latest Printer at Eastern Winery Exposition

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Narrow web label printing system leader Afinia Label announced today that they will be showing their latest digital label printer, the L801, at Eastern Winery Exposition in Syracuse, New York from March 17 – March 19 in booth 1036.

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Our L801 prints in vibrant color on a number of high-quality substrates, at a very low cost per label. This can help a particular brand to stand out on a retailer’s shelf.

Narrow web label printing system leader Afinia Label announced today that they will be showing their latest digital label printer, the L801, at Eastern Winery Exposition in Syracuse, New York from March 17 – March 19 in booth 1036.

“Some say that the design of the wine label is as important as the quality of the wine,” said Brian Towey, Afinia Label’s Eastern Sales Manager. “Our L801 prints in vibrant color on a number of high-quality substrates, at a very low cost per label. This can help a particular brand to stand out on a retailer’s shelf.”

Afinia’s full-line of label printers and finishers is made up of:

The Afinia Label L801 Color Label Printer is powered by Memjet technology, which gives it a print speed of 60 feet per minute and an industry-leading ink cost of less than 3 cents for a 4” x 6” label with 75% coverage. This is a fraction of the cost of other inkjet label printers. The L801 supports 3 print modes: Roll to Roll, Roll to Cut, Print & Hold.

The Afinia Label R635 Color Label Printer is a single-pass, 4-color, LED-based, low-temperature laser printer that runs at 30 feet per minute. Designed for mid-range and industrial printing, the R635 offers cost-savings by bringing label printing in-house. In addition to printing prime labels for industries like coffee, wine, and specialty foods, the R635 is used by many companies for private labeling of chemicals because of its ability to create output that meets GHS and BS5609 requirements.

Epson’s ColorWorks C3500 inkjet printer allows businesses to dramatically reduce label costs, increase operational efficiencies and quickly produce high-quality, durable labels in four colors (CMYK). It is ideal for high-mix, low-volume applications and features print speeds up to up to 4 inches/second.

Epson‘s ColorWorks C831 industrial-strength label printer with tractor feeder, is designed to handle large-volume label printing with fast print speeds, affordable high-capacity ink cartridges and exceptional reliability. The C831 meets GHS and BS5609 requirements.

The Afinia Label DLP-2000 Digital Label Press includes, and works in-line with, the Afinia L801 Color Label Printer to print, laminate, die-cut, remove matrix, and roll labels in one process. The DLP-2000’s rotary die-cutting system creates finished label rolls with uncompromised backing. These labels are very reliable when used with in-line label applicators and avoid line stoppages caused by punctured backing.

The Afinia Label DLF-1000 Digital Label Finisher laminates and cuts labels without using dies and works directly from your design software with its convenient plug-ins for Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw. The DLF-1000 is the perfect solution for laminating and cutting labels in any size or shape, digitally and without dies and is designed to digitally finish printed rolls from Afinia Label’s L801 and R635 Color Label Printers.

Afinia Label emerged as a digital label printing system leader in 2012 when they collaborated with Memjet to create a commercially viable narrow web label printing solution. Afinia Label is now one of the largest distributors of Memjet-based label printers in the world, with products available in 55 countries.

Afinia Label, a division of Microboards Technology, LLC, is a leader in specialized printing solutions. Their 20-year history includes leadership in disc duplication, 3D printing and, most recently, digital label printing. More information can be found at http://www.AfiniaLabel.com, Twitter or by phone at 1.888.215.3966.

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