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In today's world, there is a great variety of media available to meet the growing demands of diverse printing applications. While having the ability to print long labels and specific labels for various vertical market applications is important, achieving precise printing is a different challenge altogether. These labels often pose difficulties as printers are typically designed for common or frequently used media. Additionally, printers need to be able to adjust for special or difficult media. That's where the TH DH Series comes in, offering an easy solution for printing difficult labels. The TH DH Series is specially designed to provide end users with precise label printing capabilities, with vertical DPI (dots per inch) being a key factor in achieving this level of accuracy.
Printer management is necessary for the proper functioning and completion of print jobs. Tasks such as printer configurations, condition monitoring, and troubleshooting are essential. However, managing printers, especially on a large shop floor or printer fleet, can be challenging. That’s why real-time remote management is a vital aspect of printer management as it allows for printer control from anywhere on the premises. The TH DH Series Desktop Printer enhances real-time remote printer management in three ways: the Internal Embedded Webpage, the virtual control panel, and two software tools－TSC Console and SOTI Connect.
In response to the growing issue of foodborne illnesses and contamination risks in the supply chain, governments are modernizing food traceability regulations. For instance, in the United States, the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) section 204(d) and in the European Union, Regulation (EC) No. 178/2002 are being implemented within the food and beverage industry. The focus of these regulations is on prevention and improving transparency to protect public health.
Businesses are currently grappling with economic uncertainties arising from labor shortages, supply constraints, and inflation, all of which hinder the post-pandemic recovery. As a business owner or leader, your goal is to ensure the long-term success and resilience of your company despite evolving market conditions and emerging technologies. A well-defined IT strategy can help you adapt swiftly, allowing for resource reallocation to align with changing priorities. So, what’s the most rational approach to long-term IT planning, particularly when it comes to label printing solutions?
Labeling is a vital aspect of various industries that delivers essential information, yet it generates a considerable environmental footprint. For instance, an application using 6,000 ribbons annually with a standard roll configuration (110mm x 300m) can consume up to 833 kg of plastics, equivalent to nearly 25,000 plastic bottles.1 As environmental protection becomes increasingly important, many businesses are now seeking greener products and solutions to decrease their environmental impact to comply with regulations, contribute to sustainability, and win customers. Automatic labeling is a standard practice for fulfilling high-volume labeling applications. However, to reduce the environmental impact of these processes, print and apply professionals are dedicated to using greener solutions, such as ribbon-saving functions.
Rising demand for automation and complex labeling applications has made automatic labeling grow in importance across various industries. Increasing customization, labeling requirements, and technological advances have led many businesses to search for solutions that help them cope with these growing demands while improving productivity and efficiency.
Changing any part of a print-and-apply system requires tremendous effort for Systems Integrators (SI). Taking print engine replacement as an example, SIs will have to reconfigure system settings or purchase new parts, spending additional time and resources.