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Mühlbauer presents new RFID converting line

September 18, 2009

The CL 60000 produces a variety of products with optional adhesive applicators.

Mühlbauer’s new CL 60000 is a highly flexible and modular RFID converting system, suitable for a maximum variety of output products: wet inlays, self-adhesive labels, tickets, hang tags and baggage tags (partially with optional integrable modules). Adhesive options such as transfer or hot melt are available.

With a speed of up to 90 meters per minute, the CL 60000 is able to process up to 54,000 tickets on ID 1 format, 110,000 labels or 11,000 baggage tags per hour. Thanks to its variable input spooler, the system can optionally work in a two row parallel mode either to double the throughput or to handle four layers. This results in a optimal price/performance ratio, the company says.

One-hundred percent output quality is guaranteed by an integrable test station with marking unit as well as a reject station for sorting out bad inlays. Processed labels can be simply wound-up, folded (fanfold) or cut into single items.

The Mühlbauer Group, based in Roding, Germany, manufactures systems and software for the production and personalization of cards, passports and RFID applications. It also develops and produces systems for niche applications in the semiconductor back-end area, automation solutions, and labeling and marking systems for traceability of electronic components.

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