Schober has upgraded and redesigned its RFID converting machines to “meet the market requirements”.
The company’s RFID-Ti, an entry-level model for the production of smart labels, now includes the capability of inserting dry inlays. These labels can be used for automatic product recognition and in inventory management of palletized and bundled products, for shipping documents, logistic, control and optimization.
The RFID-BTP (baggage tag processor), a high capacity version, is now available for handling four patterns across. The new RFID-BTP is equipped with several converting and die cutting stations and an inspection device to verify the finished RFID Tags providing total production monitoring, as well as a non-stop rewinding capability.
The company has also further extended its product range with the newly developed RFID–CP, which has been designed for production of public transportation cards, admission tickets, garment and flag tags. Schober says: “The machine is designed for converting pre-printed heavy label stock, and has inserting and folding capabilities. It features 100 per cent quality control with defect product identification and automatic tag ejection to ensure that the final finished product functions as they must.”
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