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Wide-Format Bar Code Printer Is VersatileQuickLabel Systems, West Warwick, RI; 877/757-7978; quicklabelsystems.com
The Pronto 843 bar code printer offers extra-wide 8.6-in. printing and is engineered to print labels from 3 in. for shipping, receiving, and compliance with AIAG, ODETTE, and major retailer label format requirements. With 300-dpi printhead resolution, unit exceeds industry-standard 203-dpi resolution and prints small-size fonts, dense bar codes, and graphic-rich designs with great clarity, co. says. On-demand printing applications include extra-large retail product labels, warning and OSHA labels, warehouse management, pallet labels, paper and film roll labels, and simultaneous multiple-up printing across the printhead. Compatible with most label-creation software packages, printer supports the programming languages of other major bar code printer systems.

Flood Cure Unit is Portable
Honle UV America Inc., Marlboro, MA; 508/229-7774; honleuv.com
The UVA Spot 400 flood cure unit is said to offer user complete range of spectra for any curing application. Available with multiple lamp and filter options, it offers portability for versatile use.

Rotary Screen Head Adds Press Capabilities
Gallus Inc., Philadelphia, PA; 215/677-9600; gallus.org
A 20-in. rotary screen unit now is available for the EM 510 machine series. The unit accommodates printing lengths from 12-21 in. and runs at speeds to 60 mpm, giving the EM 510 a production capacity equivalent to two narrow width presses, the co. says. The ability to locate the rotary screen unit at any position on the press line allows it to be used in combination with or as an alternative to flexo units.

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