Print and Apply Labelling

Flexibility to meet all
your label printing needs



Our M-Series print & apply labelling range offers you the ultimate modular label coding system for your production line. With both a wide range of standard configurations and the option for more specialised solutions, our systems can be easily integrated to meet your needs with the minimum of disruption.

Compact, reliable and easy to use

A compact design allows easy fitting even where space is limited; a robust construction along with accurate information and label placement means you can rely on consistent and accurate high speed labelling. Combined with fast consumable changes, we can help maximise your manufacturing productivity requirements.

Assured compliance

M-Series print & apply labelling systems can produce high quality labels for full supply chain compliance – including GS1 approved bar codes, text and graphics.

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How it works
Domino Thermal Transfer Printing

The P&A labeller prints onto label media, usually paper

In Thermal Transfer mode the ribbon is coated with an ink which is typically wax or wax/resin. By applying heat to the ribbon the ink is melted and transferred onto the label and the image is created. In Direct Thermal mode the label material contains a heat sensitive chemical which changes colour when heat is applied. This means that no ribbon is required to create an image on the label.

When the label or label and ribbon are driven beneath the print head, tiny pixels or thermal pads across it are heated and cooled to create the image. This process happens very quickly and the image is dry instantly.


The most common applicator is the Tamp. The label is held via a vacuum onto a pad and then the pad is extended out, to meet the product being labelled. The product can be stationary or moving. Sometimes air is also blown through the pad at the point of contact with the product - this is referred to as a Tamp-Blow applicator. A Blow applicator simply blows the label onto a product without the applicator making contact with the product.

If long labels are to be applied, either to the side of a carton or more commonly around a corner, then a Wipe or Reverse Wipe applicator can be used. A large pad accepts the label as it is dispensed from the printer and held in place with a vacuum. As the box approaches the applicator, the pad is tilted out to meet the box and the label is wiped onto the side of it.

Key Benefits
  • Full range of secondary and tertiary coding solutions, including pallet labelling systems
  • A wide range of standard applicator options, including Tamp/ Blow, Wipe / Reverse Wipe, Front / Front-Side
  • Flexible – unique pad design allows handling of different materials and sizes
  • High speed labelling at high resolution
  • Production line control with in-built alerts and synchronised changeovers via intelligent and user-friendly data management
  • Fast consumable changes made easy through the M-Series collapsible core
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