The converter produces labels for product branding, safety, brand protection, product authentication, and more. Industries served include food and beverage, industrial and automotive, health and personal care, electrical and electronics.
Tom Erickson, vice president of manufacturing at The Label Printers, has been with the company for over 18 years. Erickson said, “We like the Domino K600i because it offers us increased uptime. With the automated features, such as the cleaning and purging system, we are able to we are able to produce our work more efficiently.”
The Domino K600i is a digital UV inkjet printer with proven, reliable technology in over 350 installations worldwide. Integrated typically on a flexo label press or rewinder, the Domino K600i allows label printer converters to print variable data such as sequential numbering, bar codes, QR codes, and more. Typical applications of these printed codes are to track product throughout the logistics supply chain; traceability for food safety, brand protection, or product authentication; shopper engagement and feedback tools/programs; loyalty, gaming, and promotional opportunities; or meeting requirements for state, federal, or global mandates.
Fast-forward to 2019. Much time has passed since Erickson made that statement in 2013 regarding the company's first Domino K600i. In that time, the company has thrived with Domino. “Today we are running three K600i’s. The Label Printers has been in business for 50 years. We service the nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, anti-counterfeiting and security industries, and more. Domino provides us with dependability, their service has been outstanding, the reliability has been outstanding leading us to a lot of uptime…enabling us to literally produce tens of billions of labels. And we hope to continue the partnership with Domino for the foreseeable future.”
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In his humble and self-deprecating way, Erickson concludes, “For those of you who don’t know, going back in your history, we were the first video Domino ever did. This might be the last one,” as he smiles and laughs.