An important part of any color label application assembly is the Matrix Removal System. This equipment helps move your labels from their original stock to rolls that are ready to be applied and packaged.
It's a vital aspect of the process whether you're making labels for boxes, jars or another kind of container, and it allows you the chance to choose what settings work the best for your desired use. The labels can be loaded on and taken off of the machine easily and cleanly, discouraging any chance of damage.
The FX1000 Matrix Removal System is the system created by Primera for this purpose, and can be integrated especially successfully with the CX1000 Color Label Printer, as the site describes. The work it takes to remove the label matrix can be done instantaneously, with full control over the speed at which it operates. This represents a marked advantage over other removal techniques.
As the labels go through this process, you can adjust the speed at which they move to suit your preference. After it is taken off, the removed matrix waste can be disposed of cleanly in one go, since it has been wound around one core specifically. It's a complicated series of operations that can be done simply and all in one place.
Once the labels are fed into the machine, the entire process can be started and controlled easily from one interface. This can help you get through many rolls of labels quickly and prepare them either for shipping or for the next stage in label application process immediately. It's compatible with other Primera systems and provides the best value for commercial label use and high quantities of products.