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IDENTCO Introduces Automated Wire Marking System

Press release from the issuing company

Ideal for applying self-laminating & flag labels to wires, cables & harnesses, company’s durable VortexID can handle up to 20 products per minute and operate 24/7.

Ingleside, IL – IDENTCO – a manufacturer of high-performance labeling solutions for the power equipment, electronics, transportation, and general industrial sector – has introduced an automated wire marking system whose stamina and speed set new benchmarks for wire and harness label application. The company’s VortexID can precisely apply up to 20 labels per minute – outpacing other automated units and doubling the most expedient manual setups – and operate 24/7, a stark departure from the single-shift limitations of competing models.

Capable of handling a variety of American wire gauge sizes (AWGs), IDENTCO’s VortexID automated wire marking system is suitable for a broad range of sectors whose products incorporate wires and harnesses, most notably electronics and automotive components production. The module features 300dpi printing capabilities, with labels applied via a vacuum plate with a rotating mechanism for reliable application on cylindrical products. Notably, IDENTCO’s new module is materials agnostic, expanding customer choice and potentially decreasing overall labeling materials costs.

The VortexID can apply both self-laminating and flag labels, an attractive two-for-one modularity accomplished by an interchangeable applicator. This inherent versatility serves as another differentiator in its space, providing customers with a flexible solution eliminating the need to purchase specific machines for each label type. For both label types, the VortexID’s application consistency and repeatability ensure neat, secure labels where crucial product, traceability and electronics testing information is pristinely printed and unobscured.

The module’s robustness is arguably its most groundbreaking strength. Whereas modules from leading competitors generally max out at eight hours of continuous operation, the VortexID can operate continuously, bringing the potential for thousands more processed products over the course of just a single day.

“As the demand for high-volume wire and harness manufacturing grows ever stronger, solutions that can automate key aspects along the production line – including, of course, the labeling process – are increasingly sought-after,” said Emilio Garza, Automation Manager for IDENTCO. “Our new VortexID automated wire marking unit combines high throughput and continuous operation with the precision printing and label placement necessary to ensure long-term information readability.”

For more information, visit www.identco.com


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