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ID Technology 252 Print and Apply Label Applicator

ID Technology 252 Print and Apply Label Applicator

The Next Level

ID Technology’s Model 252 label printer applicator takes the IDT Model 250 to the next level. It still uses their Centerline-Modularity™ concept, featuring a modular design and solid, all-metal construction.

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The Model 252 label printer applicator has new and upgraded features so you can increase uptime and lower operating costs:

  • A new touchscreen user interface for easier programming

  • A redesigned rewind motor “module” that is hot swappable

  • A plasma-coated air assist tube to eliminate label sticking

  • An optional service position tamp module

There is no need for additional training, since the IDT Model 252 printer applicator can be configured with the same application modules as the Model 250. This also gives you the ability to swap out modules – including Tamp, Tamp-Blow, Swing-Arm Tamp, Corner-Wrap, Smart Tamp, Blow-On and Wipe-On – among machines.

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

  • This model can be fitted with Zebra, Sato or Datamax print engines to print clear barcodes and text on a variety of label and tag substrates
  • Modular design
  • Solid, all-metal construction
  • Consistently and accurately applies labels, even in the harshest production environments
  • Plasma-coated air assist tube eliminates sticking

Touch screen interface

User configurable I/O

Full dancer arm assembly

Heavy duty 1/2″ face plate

Full 1” unwind shaft

5” unwind module to maximize labels on roll

Conserve air

Left or right hand

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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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