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ID Technology 250C Print and Apply Label Applicator

ID Technology 250C Print and Apply Label Applicator

Compact & Modular

ID Technology’s Model 250C is a compact label printer applicator that can be used in slow to moderate in-line applications and table top configurations. Its modular design allows fast setup and replacement, maximizing uptime and increasing capability.

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The Model 250C Compact Label Printer Applicator has a very small footprint and can be built to fit even the most demanding space-saving requirements. Each 250C system is custom built and includes the same standard electronics and pneumatics as the Model 250.

The printer applicator does not have a U-arm; it is directly hung with a mounting bolt in the top of the frame. Each model is configured for tamp application with a 10”-maximum stroke length.

Find out what ID Technology’s print and apply label applicators can do for your packaging line To learn more, talk to a representative from Hughes Enterprises today.

  • Each Model 205C is custom-built for your packaging line’s space and needs
  • Compatible with a range of print engines
  • The three modules include: (1) Electronics module for advanced microprocessor control, (2) Unwind module for maximum performance and minimal downtime, (3) Pneumatics module for a single-manifold design aligned with advanced features

In-line or table top models

rame Mounted with Single Bolt

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Hughes Enterprises offers 24/7 on-site maintenance and support services, so you never have to wonder who to call when downtime strikes. Whether you’re looking for installation assistance, routine maintenance or emergency support, reach out to discuss your needs with a factory certified support technician.

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