Model 5300 Series Swing-Tamp Label Printer-Applicator
This Weber exclusive provides high-resolution printing and high-speed operation combined with the swing-tamp method of label application that affixes labels to the leading or trailing side of a product.
- Choose from a wide range of 203, 300 and 600 dpi print engines
- Capable of handling print speeds up to 16 ips
- Numerous I/O’s ease interfacing with external devices
- Monitor operation via a web browser
- Available with RFID capability
Model 5300 Series Swing Tamp Label Printer-Applicator
Weber’s Model 5300 swing-tamp system is redefining the meaning of versatility in the printing and application of pressure-sensitive labels to the leading or trailing side of a product. This is the best way to add a label to your product front or back while moving along your production line.
In addition to offering a broad selection of high-quality print engines that feature various print resolutions and label dispensing rates, this Model 5300 system is available with optional RFID print-encode engines.
Standard direct and thermal-transfer print engines from manufacturers Zebra, SATO and Datamax produce text, bar codes and graphic images at 203, 300 or 600 dpi. The Zebra-based RFID models combine these printing capabilities with the encoding and verification of RFID inlays to meet EPC Gen 2 protocols.
Special Features & Options
The Model 5300 swing tamp system includes a number of noteworthy features that add to the operational versatility of this printer-applicator.
• Swing tamp application: This method of label placement is used to apply a label to the front or back of a product as it travels on a conveyor line. A printed label is fed onto a pad and held by vacuum; the unit’s 90-degree swing arm then extends to apply the label.
• Browser-based monitoring: The status of all operational functions and configurations can be monitored by logging on to a web page that is unique to each Model 5300 unit.
• Numerous I/O’s: The system can be interfaced with many types of external devices.
• One-to-one media consumption: Special label unwind and rewind dimensions are matched to the system’s ribbon supply to ensure they are consumed at the same rate, reducing downtime and eliminating partial changeovers.
• Print job storage: Multiple label printing formats can be stored in the system’s memory, making it easier for an operator to select a job directly from the applicator instead of downloading a computer file.
The Model 5300 swing tamp system boasts numerous additional features including an upgradeable microprocessor controller, various inputs/outputs, plus durable construction that will withstand harsh industrial environments.
There also are several optional enhancements that can increase the system’s functionality. A product height sensor, for example, enables the printer-applicator to label items of varying heights delivered by the same conveyor.
Other options include a 15-foot umbilical connection that enables the remote location of the unit’s controller; an adjustable stand for optimum system orientation; label-on-pad and product-presence sensors; plus beacon light alerts to signal the status of label and ribbon supplies.
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Weber’s economical Model 4300 Pro-Apply swing-tamp printer-applicator features the functionality often limited to higher-duty production systems used to label the leading or trailing side of a product.
• Applies labels up to 6″ wide x 6″ long
• Prints text, bar codes and graphic images @ 203, 300 or 600 dpi
• Non-contact, swing-tamp application
• Accurate labeling to within ±0.03″
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