At £350 the hardware is very affordable when compared with (approx) £2,500 outlay for engraving machines.
The smart choice delivers durable results at a rate of 50 labels in 7 seconds.
K.T. Labels' John Baines said the technology is even lending itself to the use in cemeteries. The printed label together witha barcode can be applied to memorials and headstones. By scanning the QR code it can take you to a video or photograph of the deceased - said John "The labels are the same thickness as a metal plate, however they can be curled to apply on curved trophies."
The technology is perfect for school events and can be used to print the class of labels at the end of the year for memorbilia.
The maximum width that can be printed is 4 inches and the length can be up to a metre.
Another breakthrough product for K.T. Labels is the new funky feet peel and stick shoe labels. A solution to identify your footwear. These peel and stick shoe name tags are made of extra strong adhesive that will make sure that the name sticks into place inside your footwear. The labels can withstand severe condtions like moisture, sweat, heat and rubbing. The printer can also print name tags either iron-on or sew-in.
K.T. Labels have created iron-on name tags for over 15 years and supplied leading department store in the UK such as Marks & Spencers and BHS.