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I need to place labels on both glass and cardboard containers. Would I need to get two separate machines for this, or could this be done using the same system? I'm roughly thinking of handling about 1000 containers per hour each for the glass and cardboard containers.


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Kim Doble from DTM Packaging, LLC

It is possible to use the same labeling system depending on where the labels are placed on the glass vs. cardboard container.

Oct 22, 2013

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Frank Wolf at ARROW PAPER CO

yea, but why don't you forget about labeling the boxes and see if you can print on them instead. Also before answering your question I'd want to ask at what stage are you labeling the boxes? Flat? Put Together?

Dec 31, 2013

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Chris Stewart from Logo Label Printing Company

We can help with the printing of your labels. We provide a wide variety of materials, shapes and sizes. 

Aug 21, 2015

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Peter O'Brien from Great Engineering Pty Ltd

Our machines can apply labels to any round containers from 11mm to 130 Diam
watch here http://youtu.be/p_oDt8YB9_o & http://youtu.be/P4sZThZo3tk

Mar 17, 2015

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Fred Ealy from Advent Machine

The Advent Semi-Automatic labeling machine for round containers will apply labels to metal,glass,fiber,and plastic containers. Almost anything round.

Apr 10, 2014

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David Presley from Zap Labeler

Our labeler would be able to handle this.  The guides are easily adaptable to different sized containers using the same label material.  

Jan 7, 2014

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