How To Choose The Labeling Machine Of Different Industries Correctly

- Jun 10, 2019-

Nowadays, it is possible to apply to the labeling machine in all walks of life, but the labeling requirements of different industry products are different, and the labeling size of products in similar industries is also different, so there are also differences in labeling machines suitable for various industries. So how do we choose the correct labeling machine for different industries?


A labeling machine is a device that attaches a roll of self-adhesive paper label (paper or metal foil) to a product or a specified package. Labeling machines are an integral part of modern packaging. The types of production labeling machines in China are gradually increasing, and the technical level has also been greatly improved. From the backward situation of manual and semi-automatic labeling, the automatic high-speed labeling machine has occupied the market.

Food industry: The food manufacturing industry is highly competitive. Multi-layer labels provide more space for promotion and promotion for manufacturers, and also pose new challenges for the design of labeling machines.

Beverage industry

Beverage industry: requires high speed and accurate positioning, and often a bottle of multiple standards, plus the label appearance and materials often change, the position control skills are very high when labeling.

Pharmaceutical manufacturing industry: The speed requirement for labeling of drugs is very high, and it also requires the functions of automatic labeling after labeling and labeling.

Electronics industry: The electronics industry's requirements for labels are not only professional, but also extremely accurate. Some products even require labels for special materials. Generally speaking, there are many printing and labeling devices in time, which can not only print a large amount of data, but also store, trace, and communicate with the data of the main system.

Daily chemical industry: It is required to change with the shape of the container. The soft plastic container and the “no label visual sense” add to the difficulty of labeling and bubble exclusion control.