Mark Andy will demonstrate its recently developed RFID strap and inlay insertion equipment incorporating RFID straps and inlays from Texas Instruments at a seminar on April 27.
Entitled ‘In-Line RFID Solutions for Today’s Converters’, this one day meeting will combine Mark Andy’s printing and converting technology with an RFID inlay and strap insertion module developed by Tamarack Products as a commercial product line for companies looking to integrate RFID into narrow web label lines. The event, which will be held at Mark Andy’s Advanced Training & Technology Centre in Milford, Ohio, will cover a variety of key topics surrounding RFID and Electronic Product Code label production.
The Texas Instruments components will enable converters to produce finished EPC Gen 2 RFID labels from reels of straps, that allow them to attach straps directly onto printed antennae, or reels of inlays, in which the inlay (chip and antenna) is inserted into a label.
According to Ken Daming, Mark Andy director of product management: “Mark Andy is taking the necessary steps to be a leading solution provider for the label converting and printing market.”
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