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Primera releases new color printer



Published December 13, 2011
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Primera Technology, Inc. of Plymouth, MN, USA, a manufacturer of specialty printers, has announced the addition of the CX1000 Color Label Printer to its range of industrial label printers.

Designed for in-house production of professional-quality product labels, the CX1000 has a 2400 dpi print resolution and print speed of 5 meters per minute. According to the company, printed labels are waterproof, scratch-, smudge- and tear-resistant. Ink is also UV-resistant so printed labels can be used indoors or outside. Many of the most popular sizesare in-stock and ready for immediate shipment. Custom sizes are also readily available.

CX1000 prints onto many different laser-qualified label materials, including pressure-sensitive plain papers, and white and clear polyesters. A wide range of approved matte, semi-gloss, high-gloss and specialty food and beverage label materials are available. Primera has also qualified an all-new selection of eco-friendly substrates that are made of up to 100% post-consumer waste.

“Primera’s new CX1000 is a best-in-class solution for manufacturers and distributors who want to produce higher quantities of their own high-quality labels in-house,” says Mark Strobel, Primera’s vice president of sales and marketing. “Producing your own labels on CX1000 not only saves time and is far more convenient, but it almost always saves you money, too.”

Typical applications for the CX1000 include: specialty, organic and gourmet foods and beverages; coffee roasters and specialty teas; wineries, breweries and distilleries; cosmetics and personal care products; nutriceuticals and vitamins; chemical, household and auto products; private labeling.

The CX1000 is priced at $10,995 (MSRP) in the USA and Canada. It is now shipping and available from Primera’s resellers and distributors worldwide and at www.primeralabel.com.


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