Advantage Label has been replacing legacy small character inkjet equipment from other manufacturers with the Leibinger equipment on a regular basis. Customers are choosing Leibinger primarily due to the industry leading up time, which provides the lowest total cost. At the recent dealer meeting we attended just over a week ago, Leibinger released a base printer model with a selling price around $8,000. The unit still has the base features and architecture that provides reliability, and it is suitable for many basic coding applications.
Football Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw introduces us to Worldwide Ticketcraft, a satisfied customer of inkjet innovator Leibinger, in this segment from the “Profiles” TV show, which showcases manufacturers whose products make other manufacturers more efficient. Worldwide Ticketcraft’s production floor manager Alex Puerta raves about the efficiencies of the industrial inkjet printers the company uses to print its tickets. Sealed nozzle technology minimizes maintenance and makes these units suitable for coding applications in other markets, including food, beverage, medical and pharmaceutical.