3 Case Labeling Design Features to Ensure Precision & Reliability
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3 Case Labeling Design Features to Ensure Precision & Reliability

If labels don’t properly contact the carton in your case labeling application, it requires rework and wastes label stock - costing you time, money and throughput. Cutting down on the maintenance and monitoring of your label application will keep your lines at a maximum uptime and ensure the accurate labeling of your products. To rely on your marking and coding technology versus human intervention, look for these three features in your labelers to guarantee consistent label applications:

  1. 1. A high velocity electric vacuum fan design allows for full surface area control of the label across the entirety of the pad, achieving a uniform label transfer from pad to product.

  2. 2. All-electric Servo motor-driven designs in labeling solutions ensure repeatable and reliable operation – no longer putting your production at the mercy of questionable consistency of plant air lines.

  3. 3. Smart sensors incorporated into the tamp pad signal in real-time for the operator to adjust label dispensing commands when labels are missed or have failed to apply.


Diagraph’s smart sensing technology ensures precision label placement, reducing the need to rework improperly labelled products. The LA/4750 features key enhancements that allow it to accurately dispense hard-to-read clear labels, prevent missed products and double feeds, and auto-adjust outputs to changes in line speeds.


No matter your choice for end of line coding solution – labeling or large character inkjet – Diagraph has the expertise to help you evaluate your total cost of ownership. To better understand what hidden costs of end of line coding may be adding to your bottom line, read our full whitepaper: 


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