This week, I attended Label Expo Europe in Brussels for the first time. Although I had attended Label Expo in the US several times before, I found this session much more valuable. Let me share with some of the new, exciting technologies I saw in the print on-demand color world.
Recently, I’ve been asked, “What are the differences between the C7500 and the LX2000?” Frankly, this question is coming from people who do not want to spend the $8500 or more on the C7500; but want good print quality. The LX2000 is a lot less expensive and can print up to 8″ wide labels. In this post, I’ll explain my view of the 10 biggest differences between these two color label printers.
For those of you doing business in California, have you seen this symbol?
Beginning August 2018, you will begin seeing this symbol everywhere in California with the implementation of the new Prop 65 warning labels. Proposition 65 (California’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986) was implemented as a so-called right-to-know statute that requires everyone in the chain of commerce to ensure that California consumers receive “clear and reasonable” warnings prior to