Bring Label Printing To Your Desktop
The Power To Do More In Less Time - A unique digital press solution for short run label production. The EDGE 850 is a digital label press solution printing at speeds up to 9.14 meters/minute (30 feet/min) for short run label production on a variety of die-cut, kiss-cut or roll substrates. This innovative label press is easy to operate, so you can say goodbye to ordering huge quantities of pre-printed labels. Designed for in-house production of labels, users will be capable of printing 2000 labels in less than 20 minutes and have the finished roll ready for immediate application.
EDGE2Print Software & Certified Media Library
EDGE2Print label software is a full featured, easy-to-use software package that was developed exclusively for the EDGE 850 short run label printer. The drag and drop, snap to grid layout allows for quick imposition of PDF graphics and combined with the quick changeover technology, makes light work out of label production.
Variable Data Printing (iVDP) *Optional
Compatible with the EDGE 850 digital label printer, iVDP will allow users to expand their print capabilities and further meet the customer’s needs for mass customization in their design and message. The built-in Pantone library and advanced color management tools allow for clean and crisp high resolution and eliminates the need to pre-print labels. Delivering 1200 x 600 dpi resolution and print speeds up to 9.14 m/min, users will be able to increase productivity, reduce inventories and decrease lengthy lead times by incorporating variable data printing into the current print solution.
GHS, BS5609 and IMDG Certification
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) is an international system that was created by the United Nations and ensures global consistency for the labeling of dangerous goods. British Marine Standard BS5609 is a requirement for self adhesive drum labels needing International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) certification for shipment. These standards set out various criteria for label durability when dangerous goods are being transported in marine environments. It stipulates that the drums and containers used to contain the hazardous goods, be durably marked and remain identifiable for at least 3 months being immersed in the sea. In order to print fully-compliant drum and chemical labels the facestock, adhesive and printed graphic all need to meet the requirements for sections 1, 2 and 3 of the BS5609 standards. In addition, the graphics of the labels must comply by utilizing the standardized black and red pictogram system accompanied with the precautionary text layouts.