See the latest technology for thermal printing 4-color labels. The MAX Bepop printer allows you to print label kits for automated work cells and cuts them as well. The complimentary Letatwin printer enhances your wire marking with plastic tubing and labels for terminal blocks.
Join Leading Mark on Tuesday May 3 in Kersey, PA or Thursday May 5 in Erie, PA from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm for the Manufacturing Advanced Expo showcasing the latest advancements in automation technology, robotics, manufacturing, and how they affect and compliment the skilled workforce in northwest Pennsylvania.
Vendors will demonstrate the latest manufacturing technology for a smarter and more productive shop floor. Educational sessions will highlight advanced technology and applications.
In addition to the MAX Bepop and Letatwin printers on display in our booth, you can also learn about the full range of industrial identification solutions available from Leading Marks. This includes direct-part marking lasers, dot peen, and impact marking, handheld and in-line ink systems and industrial equipment such as air filtration, soldering irons and work benches.
Leading Marks is proud to partner with MAX USA for the distribution of their thermal printers.
Sourcing labels and signs can often be a challenge and not permit you to meet the delivery requirement without a minimum charge. This is where the MAX Bepop printers allow you to capitalize on your investment by permitting you to print on-demand with the specific message needed for the situation.
The Bepop printers are 4-color thermal printer that can print in standard ANSI color or 4-color CMYK high resolution colors. In addition to a 1” per second print speed, it cuts labels to size or outline shape without the need of costly dies at 4.7” per second.
The user-friendly software allows you to design labels for your needs or utilize standard templates pre-stored in the library. A complete library of standard icons are also included with the software. The Bepop printers come in two model sizes; one for 4” wide materials and one for 8” materials.
Matalco Inc.’s three operations are strategically located in Brampton, ON, Canton, OH, and their state-of-the-art $100 million facility in Lordstown, OH positioned them as the largest remelter in North America.
At their Canton, Ohio, facility, Matalco makes new products and aluminum billets from recycled materials. They are using the Bepop printer to make safety-related labels and PPE diagrams.
In addition, Matalco is making labels for things around the plant to improve visual literacy such as daily production information, safety metrics, and labels for hard hats to show certification information. They plan on expanding their use of the tool to label storage locations to make sure things are put away and improve efficiency.
Before they purchased the MaxUSA Bepop printer, Matalco would have to call a graphics designer, create a PO, have it printed elsewhere, and pick the labels up. According to Emily Seibert, the Environmental Health and Safety Specialist at the Canton facility, “Today if we have an idea, boom, we can do it today. We don’t have to wait a week…we can do it right here.”
Emily stated that the system was pretty easy to use and user-friendly from the start, particularly f you are familiar with Microsoft tools like Powerpoint and Paint.
The information for this testimonial from Leading Mark’s customer came from the video shown below. Watch it to learn more about Matalco’s experience with the MaxUSA Bepop CPM-100HG5 label printer.
Leading Marks is pleased to announce special savings on the MaxBepop CPM-100HG5 label printer.
This MAX USA Bepop label printer gives you the freedom to create your own custom signs and labels as needed. Prepare for your re-opening during Covid-19 and solve your labeling and signage requirements with handy solution. No waiting for shipping and no minimum order requirements; print what your want, when you need it. This package includes:
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Visit Leading Marks President, Laurie Barcaskey, at the NSC Northeast Conference & Expo.
The NSC Northeast Safety Conference & Expo is the National Safety Councils regional conference that will be held:
Leading Marks will be featuring several products in our display including the Max USA BePop (labeling) and TBH (filtration). Join us at booth #520 as we highlight the products available to enhance workplace safety.
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Pittsburgh, Pa. -Leading Marks announces a new partnership with MAX USA for the distribution of the BePop line of safety labeling thermal printers. This new product segment compliments and strengthens the solutions for high-volume 4-color labels are required over pre-printed options.
MAX has been recognized as a world leader of high-end industrial tools and office products since 1942.
Now with USA offices in Mineola, New York, MAX is penetrating the market with a variety of printers for quality printing of safety signs and labels. With the ability to print 4” and 8” wide material, it also includes vinyl-cutting technology. Using the BePop PC-EX Software you can print and cut to size 4-color labels for health & safety, engineering, electrical, plant ID, asset & product ID, pipe markers, chemical ID, facilities management, control panels, and the list goes on.
For more information about the other industrial identification solutions available from Leading Marks call 412-366-4733 or email email@example.com.
Lets meet up at PittChem Day on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. This event, held at Heinz Field, is organized by the Chemical Association of Pittsburgh. The Chemical Association of Pittsburgh is a non-profit corporation formed to foster and promote interest and awareness in the local chemical industry and to encourage wider acquaintance among those engaged in the allied industries.
The day long event will feature a number of speakers and some great networking opportunities
As a sponsor, Leading Marks will be displaying solutions for marking solutions including:
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