MAXStick Products Ltd. and Bixolon Announce Certification of SRP-S300 with MAXStick Liner-Free Labels | Food Newsfeed
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MAXStick Products Ltd. and Bixolon Announce Certification of SRP-S300 with MAXStick Liner-Free Labels

October 25, 2016 Industry News
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MAXStick Products Ltd., industry leading global suppliers of direct thermal, liner-free, removable adhesive labels, announced that they have received certification from Bixolon for the use of MAXStick on the SRP-S300 liner-free label and receipt printer. The certification covers the complete line of MAXStick Liner-Free Label Products.

The “Higher Performance and Lower TCO” SRP-S300 is the world’s first liner-free label printer equipped with specialized back-feed technology. The printer offers support for five media width choices (40mm, 58mm, 62mm, 80mm and 83mm) and includes an enhanced paper saving mode to reducing label usage by up to 25 percent. The SRP-S300 also features Bixolon’s signature anti-jam technology and a built in voice error notification system that alerts users of immediate issues.

“MAXStick shows excellent print quality and the perfect level of stickiness,” said Changmin Yeo, Sr. Manager, Product Verification & Quality Assurance for Bixolon. “It is very easy to stick, remove and re-stick enhancing work efficiency.”

The certification is the second by Bixolon, joining the certification of MAXStick on the SPP-R200II mobile printer. The Bixolon SRP-S300 is certified to work with the complete line of MAXStick Products which includes MAXStick Premium, MAXStick2GO, MAXStick Colors, MAXStick Plus, MAXStick X2 and MAXStick X2 Colors.

Crafted with a unique “removable and restickable” adhesive formulation, MAXStick liner-free labels are an environmentally friendly labeling solution that is recyclable, silicone free and Bisphenol Free (BP-Free). MAXStick is currently utilized in a diverse range of applications and industries including food service/hospitality, warehousing, libraries, retail, parking, reusable plastic containers and medical diagnostics.

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