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Thursday, March 25, 2021

Printing Thin Media

Have you had this experience using the C6000 printers?

C6000 Crinkled Media
C6000 Crinkled Media

That leads to this?

C6000 Paper Jam Error
C6000 Paper Jam Error

And this?

C6000 Crinkled Media
C6000 Crinkled Media

Printing thin, non-label media in one of the C6000 series printers can be difficult.  In this work, I attempted to print 2 types of thin media; a 3” wide, direct thermal receipt paper and a 1.25” wide non-woven apparel tag.  Let me give you a few ideas on how to print these types of difficult media.

First, you need to insure you have the latest firmware.  Epson made changes to the firmware to help print this type of media.  For example, get the latest firmware for the C6000A printer here:



With this change, you can now use the “Feed” button to load the media into the printer.  Prior to this firmware update, the printer would not accept this type of thin media.

Second, you need to change the printer’s actions upon feeding the material.  The default setting is to feed the material into the printer and out the exit.  At this point, this thin media creates the paper jam when automatic feeding. 

From the LED screen on the printer, select MENU, GENERAL SETTINGS, PRINTER SETTINGS, PRINT OPTIONS and then ACTIONS WHEN REPLACING MEDIA:

Actions When Replacing Media
Actions When Replacing Media

Once the choice “Actions When Replacing Media” is chosen, select “NOT FEED”.


C6000 NOT FEED
C6000 NOT FEED

This selection stops the feeding process once the media is loaded.

C6000 Media Feed
C6000 Media Feed

Third, then use the feed button to move the thin media through the printer.  It may take a few button pushes to get the media out of the printer.

C6000 Thin Media
C6000 Fed Thin Media

Once fed through the printer, you can go ahead and print.  For example, I printed this direct thermal paper using the least amount of ink setting (plain paper, max speed).

C6000 Printed DT Receipt Paper
C6000 Printed DT Receipt Paper

Even though this material is not designed for inkjet prints, I thought it printed really great.  Perfect for printing the back of receipt paper.

Or this non-woven apparel tag material:

C6000 Printed Apparel Tag
C6000 Printed Apparel Tag

On this material, I could use a higher quality print setting; and thought the print quality was great.

(FYI: I find the "NOT FEED" setting saves labels by not feeding until the media is printed).

Printing thin, non-label materials with the C6000 printer series can be a pain.  But with the correct settings and process, you can print these items on-demand and in color.  Contact us if you want to print these materials or the C6000 series printers.

Guy Mikel
855-962-7670

Monday, February 15, 2021

Unique Party Patch; Common Packaging Requirement

Party Patch is a topical hangover patch containing a proprietary blend of vitamins and nutrients. The makers say when it is applied to the skin during drinking, Party Patch can dramatically help reduce the physical side effects of alcohol and restores your bodys natural defense system.

Party Patch
Party Smarter with Party Patch. 

Portable, painless, and effective, the Party Patch is essential for your next night out. Its a great addition to vacations, weddings, bachelor or bachelorette parties, and your everyday hangover kit! Party Patch is available in packs of 5, 12, 24, and 50.

Party Patch
Patch Life

According to Mike Sandrin of Party Patch, We wanted to produce Party Patch packages in smaller quantities; customize for individual occasions such as bachelorette parties.  However, minimum order quantities from our manufacturing partner prevented us from pursuing this market.  We needed to find a way to print and package in smaller volumes; to customize individual orders.”

For those of you keeping track of my posts, you may remember reading about Mike and his work on Fireball Cannabis:

In order to help Party Patch produce customized packaging, we put together a solution including the printing and filling of inkjet coated packaging film using the FP-230 Flexible Packaging Press from Afinia and the GP-3000 Form, Fill and Seal Packaging Machine from Phoenix Engineering.  Let me tell you more about the hardware portion of this packaging solution.

FP-230
FP-230

The FP-230 Flexible Packaging Press is perfect for small to medium runs or varying print designs. Print small-format flexible packaging on demand with inkjet-printable film.  Ive written about this press in a post covering Label Expo 2019.

According to Mike Atkins, National Sales Manager for Afinia Label, The FP-230 Flex Pack Press is an innovation that many private label manufacturers and brand owners have been waiting for. This printer prints to specially coated films for specific flexible packaging applications such as nuts, coffees, confections and supplements. The most common customers for the FP-230 are in the chocolate, candy, THC edibles, and drink powders/supplements.” Continuing, Mike says, “It can be challenging to put together a flexible packaging solution because the film requires a specific makeup, the artwork will need to be compatible, and the flex packaging fill-form-and-seal machine has to be matched to the particular product. This is where it helps to have a team of knowledgeable advisors to help manufacturers navigate the project. The end result is a very unique, convenient and valuable solution for short run flexible packaging on demand. We worked together with Color Label Solutions to solve this for Party Patch.” 

GP-3000
GP-3000

Brian Dykema of Phoenix Engineering, who makes the GP-3000 says, “the most difficult part of running the GP-3000 is “over- thinking” the machine.  It’s really quite simple to operate; and we’ve built these types of devices for 35 years.  It's perfect for companies in the Medical, Biomedical, Dental and Vitamin markets.”

Here is a short video of Party Patch making customized, flexible packaging for Christmas.


Mike Sandrin of Party Patch learned how to run the hardware quickly.  According to Mike, the most difficult part of the flexible packaging solution has been sourcing the film as it ships from Germany.  As its expensive to ship, weve ordered very large quantities of material.  But the growth of the product is reducing our risk on the material.”

The issue of stock is changing as we gain more customers in North America. The film is now stocked here in the US.

Customized Party Patch Packaging
Customized Party Patch Packaging

Continuing, Mike says, the customer response out of control.  Were not even advertised the product, but we are getting tremendous interest from Wedding Planners, Bachelorette and Bachelor parties, Birthday Parties, Celebrity events and even from Country Music.”  You can find Party Patch on Amazon, Etsy, Pinterest and other websites. Use Discount Code CLS20 to save 20% on your order.”

Customized Party Patch Packaging
Customized Party Patch Packaging

Adding, Mike says, It is especially great that we can now make customize patches down to 5 to 25 units.  Typically, we run batches together once or twice per week to minimize waste of the material.  This approach is working well for us.”

An On-Demand, Color Flexible Packaging System could be a means to increase your business by customizing products for your customers.  For products like Party Patch, its been a very big success.  Contact us if you see customized flexible packaging increasing your sales and profits.

Guy Mikel
855-962-7670

Thursday, February 4, 2021

GHS Refresh

Time To Upgrade Your GHS Label Printing?  Here’s Your Best Options.

Beginning in 2012 when the OHSA announced the final rules, Chemical Manufactures started to implement their plans to comply with the Global Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals; commonly referred to as GHS. 


In July of 2015, chemical manufacturers were required to comply to the GHS labeling requirements codified in these rules.

In addition to complying to the GHS initiative, many chemical companies were required to comply with BS5609, for the marine shipment of chemicals.  British Standard BS 5609 is a specification for printed pressure-sensitive, adhesive coated labels for marine use which includes requirements for the label base material.  BS 5609 testing is a requirement for self-adhesive drum labels needing International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) certification. Testing includes a 3-month exposure of labeled test plates in salt water.

C831 Printer
C831 Label Printer for GHS Drum Labels

After 8 years of complying to both the GHS initiative and to BS5609 requirements, many chemical companies have found it’s time to upgrade their label printers.  At the end of 2012, Epson released the C831 color label printer; perfect for printing drum labels.  See my initial post of this printer release here:

C3500 Label Printer
C3500 Label Printer

Then on September 1st, 2013, Epson launched the C3500; for durable and chemical resistant labels less than 4.25” wide.  The combination of these two printers fit the requirements for many chemical companies.  For example, Engineered Lubricants


C7500 Label Printer
C7500 Label Printer

And before the official GHS rules took effect, Epson launched the C7500; high resolution, fast and durable label printer.  Smark Chemical was our first chemical company customer using the C7500 printer.

Watch Epson’s video on the C7500 deployment at Smark here:

Or NIC using the C7500G printer for gloss and matte finished labels:


But after more than 5 to 8 years, companies who deployed GHS label printers years ago need to consider updating and replacing this equipment for the following three key reasons.

  • Stoppage Prevention: All mechanical devices wear out over time; and label printers are no different.  When printing labels becomes the critical path to shipping product, then companies should update and upgrade this important equipment.
  • Technology Improvement: Technology has advanced in the last several years; including label printers.  New printers will not only reduce the risk of a shipping problem, but may improve the workflow and ease of use for operators.
  • Cost Reduction: New technology offers ways to reduce costs; especially for drum label printers.

To help update and replace this older equipment, Epson has launched the new C6000 label printer series.  These new printers offer the same durable ink/labels as well as new technology that improves print quality and workflow at a very affordable price.  For example, the C6000 printers are plug and play with Zebra print streams.  Learn more here:


In addition, the C6000 offers the first-ever peel and present option for color label printers.

Also, the C6000 printers have a movable gap sensor making circles easier to print.

With the launch of the new C6000 series printers, many of our customers have upgraded from their C831 and C3500 printers to these new models.  For example, Marabu Inkshas moved from C3500 printers to the C6500A, primarily for print quality reasons.  According to Patrick Forney, Product Manager for Digital Inks, “our C3500 printer was well-ridden for years.  We’re getting much better print quality from the C6500A.  Plus, we like the capability to print the larger label sizes.”  And Charles Kaufman, Purchasing from Marabu Inks says, “the C6500A is printing great!”

Another one of our customers, says they’re planning to replace all of the C3500 printers.  According to the operations manager, “The C6000 printers not only produces better print quality, but also are much easier to use than the C3500. Also, the peel and present option should help us prevent potential labeling errors.  We’re planning to convert all of our 15 to 20 C3500 printers to C6000.”

In addition, C831 users have found other interesting benefits.  According to Rick Rawla, IT with Ungerer and Company  says, “I like it a lot.  We’ve found the C6500 is a lot faster as well as providing much better print quality than either the C3500 or C831.”

Besides switching away from Epson printers, we’ve found companies have switch away printers from other label vendors.  For example, our customer NARCO Chemicals is printing many of their drum and pail labels now on the C6500A instead of the Memjet-based Trojan One.  According to Kevin Larimer, Graphics Manager, says “So far, the C6500 has been absolutely stellar.  We’ve placed labels outdoors along with our Trojan-produced labels.  We’ve found the C6500-based labels are very durable; where the ink comes off from the Trojan-produced ones. Overall, the C6500 is really good.”

For those companies producing GHS labels for several years, now is the time to consider upgrading their label printers.  These new printers are easier to use, offer new technology solutions and save money on both ink and labels.

Contact us if your organization is ready to update and upgrade their GHS Label printing systems.

Guy Mikel
855-962-7670




Monday, January 11, 2021

Workgroup Printers

I’m pleased to announce that Chris Miller has joined the Color Label Solutions team.

Chris Miller


Chris joins our team from General Data, our parent where he is a Vice President responsible for the Laser and Multi-Function Sales and Service division.  Chris brings to our team a deep understanding of the workgroup printer business.  And now we offer this capability known as General Data’s Managed Print Choices.

Managed Print Services


Learn more about General Data’s Office Printing Solutions here.

According to Chris, “Regular A4 laser jet printers and multi-function devices make up the most of our printer hardware sales out of our new office here in Signal Hill California.   HP is our largest workgroup printer vendor, and we’re a premier partner with this company.  We do business with companies such as Xerox and Brother as well.  We sell printers obviously; but the consumables, especially toner and ink, makes up most of our business.”

HP LaserJet
HP LaserJet


When asked what markets make up most of their A4 printer business, Chris says, “we sell school districts, colleges, universities, financial firms, and food/beverage companies.  Any organization with offices.  For example, we have a customer with 160 locations; we have a Laserjet and Multi-Function printer in each facility.  And about 60% of our hardware sales is monochrome; with the other 40% color printers.”

Black Rhino Toner Supplies
Black Rhino Toner Supplies

In my discussions with Chris, I learned that most of what Managed Print Choices does is focused around saving companies money; especially with supplies.  To save money, Chris says, “we offer several suggestions to help save customers money.  First, set color laser printers to the greyscale default;  Second, purchase our Remanufactured Toner; and Third, purchase HP supplies from us under contract as we’re a Premier Partner.  We can save customers money with printers under our service contact.

When asked about Annual Service Contracts, Chris says, “We simplify the process of maintenance and repair. For a low annual fee, all maintenance and repair costs are covered, and you can schedule calls through our service web portal.


GDC Service and Repair
GDC Service and Repair

Chris says “We include 2 preventative maintenance calls in the Annual Service Contract price. 

GDC Depot Repair
GDC Depot Repair

Here in Signal Hill, we offer Return to Depot Service; where you send your equipment to our depot service facility for service, repair and maintenance. 

GDC On-Site Service
GDC On-Site Service

Or an On-Site Service option, where our technicians repair and maintain equipment right at your location.


GDC Annual Service Contract
GDC Annual Service Contract

In addition to Annual Service, we sell Cost Per Page as well as Level Pay Contracts.  Our goal is to keep your A4 and Multi-Function printers running for the least cost possible.”

Continuing, Chris says, “Another great option is our “Bull Pen” service.  This option is an economical solution when a customer has a large number of printers in a single facility. You simply place all equipment in need of maintenance in a central location, and we fix them all at once.

GDC Manufacturer Warranty Service
GDC Manufacturer Warranty Service

And finally, we offer Factory Authorized Warranty Services.  For many manufacturers, we are certified to provide factory-authorized warranty service. This service covers most thermal transfer and direct thermal in addition to our workgroup printers.”



We’re lucky to have Chris now on our team, bringing a wealth of knowledge on printers and service that we didn’t have prior.  You can contact Chris in our Signal Hill office not only about label printers but also about hardware, consumables and service for workgroup printers as well.

We’re here to help.

Guy Mikel
855-962-7670

Monday, December 21, 2020

Water Dispersable Labels

According to the dictionary, Sustainability is “avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.”  We’re pleased to announce a new label material that is sustainable.

Dispersa

Dispersa® is a water-soluble paper, designed for pressure sensitive labels that disperses completely and rapidly in water with light agitation; including any imprinted or handwritten graphics.  Watch Neenah’s introductory video here:


According to Kelli Clark, Product Marketing Manager for Performance Labels, “Convenience, Safety and Sustainability are the key differences for Dispersa for our end user customers.  Safety as the labels can communicate important information, like use by and expiration dates, that will wash off completely after use avoiding confusion or improper re-use; Convenience as the labels do not need to be removed prior to washing; and Sustainability as Dispersa leaves zero waste behind and is 99% bio-based, per the USDA’s BioPreferred™ program.”

 

In my discussion with Kelli, I learned more about the Biodegradability of Dispersa.  According to Kelli, “Dispersa has been tested following ISO standards 17556/14852 and meets the requirements for biodegradability. Additionally, Dispersa has been tested for flushability and has successfully completed several studies indicating Dispersa can safely be flushed down the drain. Although this material will break down in soil, pursuing testing around compostability has not been an area of focus for Dispersa.”

 

Dispersa Certifications

When asked, what markets should consider using Dispersa, Kelli said, “Food rotation is a good market.  These labels tell retailers, food companies and consumers when to remove/pull expired product from the shelves. In addition, clothing ID or size labels are a good market as washing will remove the labels.  Reusable container labels are a good fit as well; and the labels will come off with washing.  Finally, Dispersa should work for companies who want to reduce the waste from their packaging.”

In my tests of Dispersa pressure sensitive labels, I found the material washed off quickly and easily in water.

Biodegradable Label in Water
Water Dispersible Label in Water

Also, I found the adhesive relatively aggressive on both plastic and glass:

Adhesive Test Of Biodegradable Label
Adhesive Test Of Biodegradable Label

I did find the print quality lower than our standard matte paper labels, but should be sufficient for many markets.  And by adding a statement about the water dispersibility of the labels, this material may support the branding of many of our customer’s products.  Plus I’ve learned that further development is ongoing to improve the print quality of this material.

Print Test Of Biodegradable Labels
Print Test Of Biodegradable Labels


When asked about the cost compared to standard matte paper labels, Kelli said, “Dispersa labels will be more expensive, but offer several key environmental benefits that are priceless to our planet.”  Another plus? The liner on these labels is biodegradable as well.

With a growing need for sustainability in packaging and labels, I’m excited to offer Dispersa labels to our customers.  Send us the size and number you need; and we’ll send you a quote. 

If you want more sustainable and water soluble, on-demand color labels, contact us.  We can help!

Guy Mikel
855-962-7670

Sunday, December 6, 2020

Sierra Label Printers

With “Nothing But Love” from their customers, Sierra Stickers, is a family-owned printer business based in Rancho Cordova, CA who produce high quality stickers.  With the motto, “Custom Stickers Done Right”, Sierra Stickers makes ordering easy and ships orders fast. 

Guy Mikel Sierra Stickers
Sierra Sticker Founders; and me with my Covid Haircut

According to Derek Alvarez, Co-Owner of Sierra Stickers, “we started making labels in March/April after we moved into our new location.  Prior to this time, we sold primarily die cut stickers; but had customers who need labels on rolls.  We started with an inexpensive label printer that didn’t work out so well; I then contacted Color Label Solutions to find a label printer option.”  Based on our discussion, Derek purchased a C6500A.”

Derek is one of the few professional printer customers we have that is using the C6500A.  Most would say that the C6500 is too slow, running about 2” per second.  Derek says, “we run the C6500 overnight to print an entire roll of labels.  Once the roll is completed, we rewind the roll to put the black eye mark on the opposite side in order to work in our Finishing System.  Our experience showed that the C6500A runs as fast as our Finishing System.  We’re so satisfied with the C6500, we got a second printer.”

Sierra Stickers-C6500
2 C6500's At Sierra Stickers

But what I was most interested in seeing was Sierra Sticker’s use of the Finishing System.  We sell the DLF220S from Afinia, but is manufactured by DPR in Italy.  A finishing system laminates, die-cuts, weeds the matrix (removes the waste matrix round the die-cut label), slits labels into columns and then rewinds into rolls. 

Label Finishing System DPR Afinia
Label Finishing System

According to Derek, “the cutter on this finishing system is extremely accurate.  Down to 1/10,000 of an inch; but we run it down to 1/50,000 of an inch.  Although the finishing systems is slow, we run it overnight as well. We now laminate almost 100% of the labels we sell.”  This video shows how important the Finishing system has become in the Sierra Sticker business. 


 
In the video, Derek shows the software designed to specify the cut location.  From my perspective, understanding the software is the critical path to make this equipment productive.  To generate the cut location, Derek creates a PDF with a cut layer along with a visual layer of the art.  With this procedure, the operator can see both the cut and art to ensure the finish labels are correct.

DPR Label Finisher Software
Label Finisher Software

Two suggestions from Derek.  First, don’t push the laminate all the way against the back plate. He finds the alignment easier.

Laminate On The Finishing System
Laminate On The Finishing System

Second, don’t push the cores on the rewinder to the back plate also.  This space ensures the waste from the side cuts doesn’t bind and get wrap up in the matrix.

Label Matrix Waste
Label Matrix Waste

I find the DLF220S complex; it takes time to learn and become proficient.  It’s not plug and play like other devices we sell.  Derek says, “it took me a full two weeks to really learn how to best use the DLF”.  And Derek is a professional printer!  If you start using a finishing system, plan to take some time to become productive.

L801 at Sierra Stickers
L801 at Sierra Stickers

In addition to the C6500 and the Finishing Station, Derek also uses an Afinia L801 in his operation.  According to Derek, “we use the L801 for art with solid black or mix of heavy colors.  And we use the L801 on jobs requiring specific materials such as matte BOPP.  The L801 can produce vibrant colors; and that is an important benefit of the L801.”  In this video, Derek goes through the unboxing and setup of the L801:




Sierra Sticker Founders
Sierra Sticker Founders

In less than 6 months, Derek and his wife have built a thriving label printing business.  Further, I admire how they have used YouTube and other social media to promote their business and communicate the professionalism of their operation.  Sierra Stickers is a great small business run by intelligent entrepreneurs. 

If you are a printer and want to expand your business; be like Derek.  Start by contacting Color Label Solutions.  We’ll help build your business too.

Guy Mikel
855-962-7670

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Organization Of The Year

I am pleased to announce that the Colorworks Label division of Epson has been named co-winner of the AIM “Organization of the Year” award.

AIM Organization of the Year
AIM Organization of the Year


If you have never heard of this organization, AIM North America is the premier alliance for automated data capture technologies industry.  According to the AIM Press Release, “Epson has devoted their time to delivering efforts towards enhancing monochrome-only barcodes to labels that feature colors and images.” Learn more here: 

I mention this award for two reasons.  First, they deserve the recognition for the contributions to automatic identification and label printing.  And second; because I nominated them. 

Why you ask?  Below is the nomination recommend that I sent to AIM.

For the AIM 2020 Organization of the Year, I’d like to nominate Epson America for their success with on-demand color label printers.  This nomination results from Epson’s successful efforts to move from monochrome only barcodes to labels with colors and images.  Let me tell you a bit more about Epson’s generations of products and markets on-demand color printers serve.

Since the decade of the 2000’s, Epson has launched 6 generations of automatic identification, color label printers:


Catalina Printer
Catalina Printer

With the launch in the mid 2000’s, the Catalina printer became the standard for printing coupons in groceries across North America. Hundreds of thousands of these coupon printers were deployed, each producing coupons with barcodes.

 

C3400 Label Printer
C3400 Label Printer

At the end of 2000’s, Epson launch their first label printer; the TM-C3400. This 3-color printer was perfect for putting color marks on labels as well as barcodes. Here is a customer using the C3400 for color-codes for logistics, to reduce shipping errors:  


C831 Label Printer
C831 Label Printer

In 2012, Epson launch the GP-C831; specifically designed for GHS drum labels.  This pin-fed printer produced extremely durable (in combination with a new, inkjet coated, Kimdura), large labels perfect for chemical drums and the variable red pictograms required for GHS.  Here is a good example of a customer using the C831 printer: 

C3500 Label Printer
C3500 Label Printer

In 2013, Epson launched the TM-C3500, the upgrade to C3400.  This 4-color printer produced higher quality images, up to 5X faster and up to 60% less ink cost than the C3400.  Here is our first customer for the C3500, using color codes on their labels: 

C7500 Label Printer
C7500 Label Printer

In 2015, Epson launched the TM-C7500; a high resolution fast and durable label printer.  The combination of the C7500, C3500 and C831 fit chemical companies perfectly to meet the requirements for GHS.  Here is a post of our first customer using the C7500: 


C6000 Label Printer
C6000 Label Printer

In 2020, Epson launched the C6000 series of color label printers, bringing many new features/capabilities to the print on-demand color label printer market; including ZPL, Peel/Present, Color Management and Network Printer Management.   Here is a post of one of our customers using this new printer: 

On-Demand color label printers are changing the way companies produce labels. All of these examples use color and barcodes to help their internal employees, customers and regulators identify quickly the correct products.  Some of the market applications include the following segments:

Chemical: As mentioned previously, GHS and the need for color, variable pictograms jump-started the market for color label printers.  With the Epson printers, chemical manufacturers could print variable data, barcodes, images and pictograms on-demand.  Because of the capability to meet the GHS requirements, Epson printers became the de-facto standard in the chemical industry. Here, our customer NIC, produces great looking GHS labels:

Manufacturing: Companies producing a large number of SKU’s or organizations needing to produce variable images for retailers such as Home Depot and Lowe’s, need to manage their label inventory.  Print on-demand color makes it possible to reduce waste and manage label inventory.  Here is a good example of how manufacturers meet this requirement

Food:  With the requirements for variable data and barcodes on different SKU labels, many food companies have selected print on-demand color labels as the best process to meet these requirements.  For example, Foodie Fit uses color and barcodes to make it easy for their customers to select the correct product:

Trade Show/ID Badges: With the need for not only barcodes, but variable pictures and color codes, event organizers are moving to print on-demand color ID badges.  CES, the world’s largest tradeshow uses Epson’s printers to produce these badges:

Cannabis: With the need for variable data such as THC content and Lot Numbers; as well as the importance of branding, Cannabis manufacturers have moved to print on-demand color labels.  Given the legal requirements and the large number of strains/products, cannabis companies prefer generally, on-demand color labels; including cultivators like 14er's

Plus. companies in many other markets are benefiting from on-demand color for their labels with barcodes.


Finally, color label printers existed prior to the launch of Epson’s printers.  And many other color label printers have come into the market.  However, Epson has focused most of their innovations on printers designed for the automated identification segment of the label market.  Their printers fit this business.

Overall, color label printing has been the largest and most important innovation to automatic identification technology since thermal printers.  And Epson’s technology for durable and affordable labels and printer hardware has made this happen.

Guy Mikel
855-962-7670