Epson is set to exhibit its LabelWorks range of printers at ED&I Expo, which will take place at Stand 7, NEC in Birmingham, UK, from 6 to 7 September 2017.
The compny will exhibit LabelWorks LW-Z900FK which consists of Pick & Print function which enables user to print the next label in a pre-set series after detecting that a user has picked the previous label and it is combined with automatic full and half cutting.
It has a capability to save 100 different label patterns for repetitive jobs that saves time and enhances efficiency.
The hands-free feature is operated by an automatic cutter that cuts full or half-size labels and magnets are used to hold the printer onto steel surfaces.
Central keyboard option in the printer makes it easy to enter any text. Also, a PC keyboard can be used alternatively by using Epson’s Label Editor software.
Label maker LW-Z700FK features hot keys, a mixed label length function and other hands-free features.
Espon said that LabelWorks LW-1000P will be advantageous at workplaces as it possesses features of fast 35mm/sec print speeds, multiple connectivity options and a top-loading tape feed.
The label marker allows you to print labels similar to the pattern of printing from an iOS or Android device.
LW-K400 handheld label maker is a lightweight device with a built-in keyboard and consists of extra-large fonts, new symbols and upgraded templates features. It makes labels easier and affordable for offices and retailers, electricians, AV installers, warehouse and asset managers.
Another label marker LabelWorks LW-600P is a 24mm desktop label printer that can directly print from deskptop or an iOS or Android device, connected through bluetooth allowing multiple users to share it.
Electronic Reading System compa (ERS), a colour label plus gold partner of will also take part in showcase at the stand 7.
Image: LabelWorks LW-Z900FK showcases at ED&I Expo. Photo: Courtesy of Copyright © 2017 Seiko Epson Corporation.