Legi-Air 4050E Precision Labelling
E is a synonym for the word “ENHANCED”. Based on a modular construction the LA 4050E is capable of numerous methods to print and apply a label. The design comprises a feeder module, a printing module, label winder and unwinder with numerous applicator types. The standard Tamp-Blow system has a quick-change system for changing the tamp pad which significantly reduces the changeover time to other label formats.
LA 4050E Modular for Cutomisation
The Legi-Air 4050E prints and feeds labels in lengths of 10 x 5 mm up to 180 x 300 mm with a feeder output of up to 210 labels per minute with the blow-box method. To optimise logistics in particular.
A two-stage vacuum for label transportation and feeding facilitates flexible adaptation to the labelling material and guarantees process reliability during labelling. Thanks to electronic vacuum and pressure measurement in conjunction with Festo pneumatics, the Legi-Air 4050 E feeds labels with maximum precision and speed.
Swivel applicators are available which allow for label application in numerous locations . A removable display controller supports this flexibility and facilitates simple and quick operation by means of targeted plain text user information and stored system parameters. Flexible control or networking of systems guarantees conventional standards such as Ethernet, serial and parallel data connections as well as USB.
Print Engine Technology
Working closely with all major international print engine manufacturers Weber has designed the LA 4050E with flexibility and localization in mind. Whether Zebra, Sato, Avery, CAB or Datamax-O’Neil is the print engine of the choice, the LA 4050E can accommodate. Where no customer preference is indicated our fully trained, experience and certified Sales staff will recommend the best print engine and application method to suit your individual requirements.
The LA 4050E also can be equipped with an RFID print module that supports existing RFID standards.
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