A label dispenser helps simplify the task of removing labels from the liner or backing tape. Its benchtop design makes it easy to remove labels and apply them to different objects. A lot of these machines also have other features, such as label application. But, which one is best? Here are some pros and cons of label dispensers:
A label dispenser is a machine that dispenses labels in different shapes and sizes. It can accommodate 1 inch-wide labels or can be varied. It comes with four non-skid rubber feet for stability. It is also easy to load and reload labels, which makes it a convenient labeling tool for manufacturers. A few of these devices are also available for smaller applications, such as shipping cartons.
A label dispenser has two basic types: a DotSpenser and a DaySpenser. Both have different features, but all three types are highly effective. Depending on the type of label dispenser, you can choose from a variety of designs, including wall-mounted labels. This machine is reusable, and is easy to operate. The DotSpenser is ideal for single-dot labels, while the DaySpenser is designed for use in retail stores and warehouses.
The manual version of a label dispenser is a machine with a limit switch. It is designed to advance multiple rolls of labels at one time. Most manual dispensers are designed for light-duty use. A hand-operated label dispenser saves you 50% over a manual dispenser. When a hand-operated machine is used for business purposes, it is easy to run. However, the automatic version is more convenient. A mechanical-label dispenser can dispense several rolls at a time.
A label dispenser is an automated machine that dispenses labels from a roll. It dispenses the labels to an operator or an item. A semi-automatic version of a label dispenser has a motor that controls the speed of the label application process. Some of these labels are used for security purposes. Regardless of the type of label, it’s important to choose a unit that will withstand industrial conditions.
A manual label dispenser can be used for small-scale applications. But, a high-speed label dispenser is more suitable for larger jobs. This model uses a limit switch to detect the placement of labels on the roll. The manual label dispenser is a hybrid model that has a photosensor and can be operated manually or automatically. A photosensor is needed for accurate reading. A high-speed label applicator is a hybrid version. It can be a useful device for a variety of tasks.
This article has been written by Arjun Rao, Director of Shree Bhagwati Labelling Technologies.