This will be the first show since IML Labels & Systems and Longcombe Labels combined in February 2018 to become Dura-ID Solutions Limited. This was a regular show for both companies and both last exhibited in 2016.
This year Wire is held in Dusseldorf, Germany. This show provides us with a unique opportunity to reconnect with lots of customers, partners and suppliers worldwide and to meet some new faces.
We will be showcasing a variety of products including:
- The Thermo-Tag 600
- The Pannier CO2 Laser Marker
- Printing solutions including the OKI range of laser printers and the range of Thermal Transfer solutions from Zebra Technologies.
Our Thermo-Tag 600 is the ideal solution if you are identifying products in processes that are up to 600°C. This completely unique product has great tear strength and is resistant to water, chemicals and rough handling. This product is proven to reduce scrap and can be overprinted on-site with a thermal transfer printer to provide unique batch numbers and barcodes.
Alongside this will be solutions for cooler metal environments such as the Rip-Proof tags that withstand up to 220°C and have unrivalled industry tear strength. Dura-ID also has a large variety of high temperature tags such as polyimide or high temperature polyester. Dura-ID also provides a large range of thermal transfer printers for harsh environments, the OKI range of full colour laser printers and simple, design and print label software for use in-house.
Dura-ID’s bespoke artwork service enables us to provide you with partial pre-printed labels exact to your specification or you can opt to have plain labels or tags and an in-house printing solution so that you can print standard and variable information as required.
The Pannier Plus 3 is another identification machine that Dura-ID will be showcasing and as the exclusive European distributor of this solution we will also have representatives from Pannier on stand to answer any pressing questions. This CO2 laser marker has tags that can withstand temperatures up to 1000°C.