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QuickLabel / TrojanLabel – New digital colour desktop printers for small and medium-sized runs

QL-120 colour desktop printer for high-quality, durable labels (Source: AstroNoval)

GERMANY/UK • AstroNova- QuickLabel and TrojanLabel are trademarks of AstroNova – shows new digital color desktop printer for small-to-medium-sized label series in September 2018.  According to the company the introduction of the digital color desktop printer, QuickLabel Kiaro! QL‑120, high-quality label printer, marks the company’s expansion into the area of product identification.

QuickLabel and TrojanLabel are trademarks of AstroNova, offering desktop label printers, industrial label presses and specialty printers. The Kiaro! QL‑120 is built on the color label printer Kiaro. According to the company the QL‑120 surpasses the Kiaro! with a faster print speed, new features, and ease of use.

According to the company iIts fast printing speed of up to 300 mm/s makes the QL‑120 the fastest desktop colour label printer in the QuickLabel series by AstroNova Product Identification. Its 1200 dpi resolution ensures that also very small font sizes and images are printed sharply. The printer’s water-based ink and its colour range shall allow printing on a variety of materials. Thanks to its resistance to various fluids, the QL‑120 is suitable for the food, chemical, cosmetic and E-liquid industries.

Its electric cutting feature for post-printing label-web cutting and its ability to print individual labels with no label loss, make the QL‑120 might be an economical and intelligent colour desktop printer for high-quality labels. The QL-120’s simple integration into label dispensing systems and networks and its automatic periodic cleaning feature.

AstroNova product identification will show the Kiaro! QL-120 digital color desktop label printer for the first time at this year’s Packaging & Innovation and Luxury Packaging 2018 (stand G36) in London and at the PPMA Show 2018 (E03) in Birmingham, both in the UK.

 

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Rosina Obermayer

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