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Print directly onto flexible packaging

Print directly onto flexible packaging

The Norwood XL Series thermal transfer printers are ideal for emerging markets and manufacturers just getting started with variable printing. Design simplicity and robust construction help meet the requirements of industrial coding applications, different control unit options allow you to specify a use friendly handset or control the printer from your office via your PC and whether you need to print barcodes, text, or graphics the XL Series can meet those requirements.


Ease of use

·        LCD User Interface: Interface offers the operator an intuitive user interface for simple message selection and variable field prompts with USB file transfer at the handset.

·        Robust Ribbon Cassette: The removable ribbon cassette makes replenishment of consumables fast and simple. The ribbon path is illustrated for the operator and the system automatically adjusts tension. Features a unique Quick Release ribbon spindle for easy removal of ribbon regardless of the rewind tension.



·        Operating Modes: The 53XL is capable of printing in intermittent applications with print areas up to 52mm (2.05") x 80mm (3.15").

·        Print Performance: Proven engineering allows the 53XL80 to reach up to 250 prints per minute.

·        Substrate Options: Capabilities of printing on stationary, indexing or continuous web or film products.


Contact us to learn more about the 53XL80.  We will put you in touch with a Diagraph marking and coding expert located in your area.


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