Choosing a CIJ Printer: A 60-Second Analysis

Choosing a continuous inkjet (CIJ) printer can be complicated. Choosing what is right for you is always best done by working with a solutions representative. However, to get you started, it is best to know which manufacturers offer a specific key advantage you need- extended service intervals for more production time, lower maintenance costs, printing … Continue reading Choosing a CIJ Printer: A 60-Second Analysis

Orion Vs. Leading Competitor: Pallet Wrapping Competition

Pallet wrapping, stretch wrapping, load wrapping- whichever you prefer to call it- is a big industry with a lot of options available. Whether you are looking for ways to reduce packaging costs, increase throughput, or reduce total cost of ownership, there are options for you. These options come from manufacturers like Orion Packaging, Wulftec, Lantech, Uline, … Continue reading Orion Vs. Leading Competitor: Pallet Wrapping Competition

The QuickSwitch Plus: Make it Easy!

Production should be as seamless as possible. Changeovers can inhibit seamless production. If you are a manufacturer that runs multiple products down the same line, we've got a solution to help you switch to different batch/date/lot codes more simply, accurately, and timely. By combining the Linx 7900 CIJ printer with the QuickSwitch barcode scanner, operators can scan … Continue reading The QuickSwitch Plus: Make it Easy!

Why Thickness and Price are not Indicators of Tape Quality

When many manufacturers go to market in search of tape to use for case sealing applications, the primary concern often seems to be the tape's thickness (in mils) and the price. Purchasers often think to themselves, "Okay, which tape has the best mil rating/price ratio?". However, this can cause many problems. Let us take a … Continue reading Why Thickness and Price are not Indicators of Tape Quality

Rising Turnover Costs in Manufacturing: Mitigation Through Automation

Employee turnover can be expensive. In fact, Josh Bersin of Deloitte believes the cost of losing an employee can range from tens of thousands of dollars to 1.5–2.0x the employee’s annual salary. These costs include hiring, onboarding, training, ramp time to peak productivity, the loss of engagement from others due to high turnover, and higher business … Continue reading Rising Turnover Costs in Manufacturing: Mitigation Through Automation

Unitizing and Stabilizing Your Products: Strapping

Strapping, also known as banding or bundling, is a common way to unitize, stabilize, and secure products. The strapping process involves applying straps (or bands) to a unit or collection of units in order to hold those units in place, or to further secure boxes or crates in which products are packaged or stored. An … Continue reading Unitizing and Stabilizing Your Products: Strapping

Hand-Jet EBS-260 Provides Weather-Resistant Marking Solution for Aluminum Supplier

Pre-Solution Application The client, an aluminum supplier to the die-casting and gravity-casting industries was preprinting and applying labels to identify multiple batches of aluminum sows for their clients. Due to the fact that the aluminum sows are often stored outside, the labels frequently came off and required employees to continually check on each batch to … Continue reading Hand-Jet EBS-260 Provides Weather-Resistant Marking Solution for Aluminum Supplier