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    Linerless Labeling Solutions with Taken Sensor™ Technology

    November 1, 2018

    Since the introduction of multi-platform POS ecosystems, just-in-time delivery and asset management label printing technology has played a key role in the identification of products to allow easy documentation and management. In industries such as hospitality, companies come under pressure to improve data collection and reduce errors, many are quickly moving away from the traditional pen-and-paper based processes and are investing heavily in technology to increase productivity and efficiency. For example, in areas such as fast food, where its time management and order processing is imperative, staff currently struggle attaching order bills to cups, bags or wrap causing inaccurate data processing and missing orders. This issue is not just confined to hospitality. Retail distribution, logistics and warehouse businesses also have re-occurring issues trying to increase work productivity while printing. Many citing issues attaching different types of invoice labelling to their products. To resolve these issues, BIXOLON has developed a Linerless Labelling solution with B-linerless™ and Taken Sensor™ Technology. Benefits of B-linerless™ ​B-linerless™ is available in two sticky options, B-linerless™ Permanent featuring a permanent adhesive which is similar to traditional liner labels and B-linerless™ Re-stick supporting a removable and repositionable adhesive. It provides: Enhancing work productivity: Providing greater flexibility, linerless labels offer an ecological alternative to traditional label media. Allowing easy-to-use drop-in paper loading, Linerless labelling enables the possibility of providing a label of any length with the ability to still provide a clean cut without label gum build-up.Lower TCO: Removing the waste of silicon backing liner paper originally used in labelling, linerless rolls offer double the number of labels per roll, decreasing the number of roll changes. High Quality: Compatible with BIXOLON’s high-quality printers insures a long time use without jamming errors. Eco-friendly: Eliminating the waste bi-product of silicon liner backing paper, linerless labels help reduce paper waste. Why choose BIXOLON’s linerless labeling solution?Linerless paper typically has a reduced amount of adhesive spread across the media compared to traditional heavy adhesive paper which leave residue on a printer mechanisms and can cause paper jams during continuous printing. To counteract this, BIXOLON has installed Anti-Jam Technology in the SRP-S300. This technology provides special paper path design, an automatic guillotine cutting system with a revolutionary platen roller and sub roller designed with rubber material. Alongside BIXOLON’s Taken Sensor™ Technology which can calibrate this issue and make the linerless system run smoothly and effectively, by limiting linerless label printing until the current label has been removed. With these unique technologies, BIXOLON’s solution is compatible not only light adhesive linerless but also heavy adhesive linerless label printing differently from comparable solutions on the market.For more information visit http://www.bixolon.com/, http://blog.bixolon.com/ or alternatively speak to your local BIXOLON sales representative.

    November 1, 2018

  • Press Release

    Announcing the launch of B-linerless™ consumables

    October 2, 2018

    BIXOLON added eco-friendly B-linerless™ to its printer supply line-up BIXOLON Co., Ltd a leading global Mobile, Label and POS Printer manufacturer today announced the launch of its NEW B-linerless™ linerless label consumables. Enabling quick and easy purchase of linerless labels to accompany BIXOLON’s range of linerless printers. B-linerless™ helps to maximize work productivity and quality by removing the potential issue of label jamming, while providing a lower total cost of ownership by eliminating the waste of traditional silicon label liner backing paper. BIXOLON B-linerless™ will be available in two types of adhesive strengths: B-linerless™ Permanent – featuring a permanent adhesive across the whole media which is similar to traditional liner labels. This type of label is ideal for a range of applications from for delivery notes, shipping labelling, patient labelling and order printing for T&L, Warehousing, Healthcare and Retail industries. B-linerless™ Permanent is compatible with a number of BIXOLON mobile linerless printers including: SPP-R200III, SPP-R310, SPP-R410. B-linerless™ Restick – supporting removable and repositionable adhesive across the media while eliminating any adhesive residue left when removed. This type of label is ideal for a range of applications where permanent adhesive isn’t required from restaurant order identification to warehousing plastic totes. B-linerless™ Restick is compatible with the BIXOLON SRP-S300 desktop printer. “As the use of labelling continues to grow it has resulted in major developments in label media technology,” explains John Kim, Marketing Director, BIXOLON Ltd. “Linerless labelling delivers a flexible and ecological alternative to traditional label media by eliminating the waste bi-product of silicon backing paper originally used in labelling allowing up to 40 percent more label per roll than traditional labelling. This type of solution is ideal for companies looking for an environmentally friendly option and great value for money.” For more information visit http://www.bixolon.com, http://blog.bixolon.com or alternatively speak to your local BIXOLON sales representative. About BIXOLON BIXOLON is a leading global manufacturer of innovative, advanced printing technologies including point-of-sale receipt, label, Auto ID and mobile printers for a wide range of environments. Millions of BIXOLON printers are used today in retail, hospitality, healthcare, banking, ticketing, post/parcel, warehousing and other transaction-intensive industries. In 2018, for the fifth consecutive year BIXOLON was named global mobile receipt printer market leader by Japanese research company Chunichisha.

    October 2, 2018