Zebra’s GK™ Series and GT800 desktop printers combine dependable printing with fast print speeds and network manageability. With their easy-to-use design, Zebra’s advanced desktop printers enable you to improve operational efficiencies.
DEPENDABLE PERFORMANCE TO IMPROVE OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCIES
The top selling desktop printer in the world, the GK420 provides a proven design and long term dependability. Both the GK420 and GT800 printer models are a top choice for a variety of mid-volume and distributed-printing applications to reliably produce quality text, barcodes or graphics.
The GK420 offers USB, Parallel and Serial connectivity interfaces and easy upgrades with both the ZPL and EPL programming languages. The GT800 printer supports both 300 Metre and 74 Metre ribbon capacities — without the need to change settings for different ribbon lengths. The GK420 Healthcare printer is available in the healthcare colour palette designed specifically for sterile environments.
EASY TO USE
The intuitive design of the GT800 and the GK420 printers combines a choice of three connectivity interfaces and optional 10/100 Ethernet, co-resident EPL2 and ZPL II programming languages and Unicode to ensure quick and efficient integration. The GK420 offers direct thermal only models for simplicity and cost savings.
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GK 420 Datasheet
The Geset 117 labelling system is used to label square products on the top and bottom side automatically. Depending on the type and dimension of the product, different label sizes are used. The products are fed manually or by a conveying system provided by the customer at an infeed passage on the labelling system. Care should be taken on accurate alignment of the products. It is essential that the products are forwarded separately to the applicator with a gap between each other.
When the light barrier is reached, an application trigger is tripped. Both label applicators apply then in Wipe On procedure a label onto the product. The label on top side is pushed on the product by a brush or roller. The label on bottom side is pushed on the product by the self-weight of the product. After labelling the products move on and can be removed from conveyor by the customer.View Product
The Geset 125 labelling system is used to label cylindrical products automatically. Depending on the type and dimension of the product, different label sizes are used. The products are fed manually or by a conveying system provided by the customer at an infeed passage of the labelling system. Care should be taken on accurate alignment of the products between the two freely mounted rollers of the roll conveyor. The side guide’s position the products flush with the outside edge of the roll conveyor.
The roll conveyor feeds the products to the labeller. There the label is applied with the part running forward onto the product and it is pushed by rotation and the back pressure of the wrapping unit onto the product. The back pressure of the wrapping unit (the speed of the wrapping unit is twice as fast as the speed of the base conveyor) enables the product in rotation. The roll conveyor forwards the finished labelled products to the outfeed. Here the products are removed manually or by the customer’s conveying system.View Product
The Geset 141 semi-automatic all-round labelling system is used for labelling small tins, bottles, jars etc. This solution was developed especially for companies requiring flexible labelling of small batches. Classical applications include the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry and the food and beverage sector.
ZEBRA ZT510 – NEXT-GENERATION PRINTING THAT IS BUDGET-FRIENDLY
Designed to strike the ideal balance between performance and value, the Zebra ZT510 includes the core features you need in an industrial printer at a cost-effective price point.View Product