Save on product labeling. Your biggest cost is labor. As you scale up production, the inefficiencies of manual labeling will hurt throughput. With in-line digital direct coding, you can minimize your up-front capital costs and still save every month on labor and supplies
We will help you choose the right line for your product and packaging!
Your details change with every product batch. No matter what state you’re in, or even Canada, you have to be compliant with batch to batch and date code labeling of your product. (State by state labeling requirements)
Our Direct printers connect to a computer, so switching over for product and batch changes is easy, and immediate. No long swap over times, no left-over labels and possible mix ups.
Need to reduce Labor Costs. After struggling with a Chinese built solution from Ali-Baba, Wyld called Case Printing solutions. We were able to provide them with a direct printing solution for the required regulatory information in less than two weeks that saved huge production costs. Wyld was able to go from 8 workers 8 hours a day for manual labeling to 2 workers for two hours a day for direct printing.
Off-line coding system for sleeves and flat boxes. Automate your date codes and variable data package marking ( weight, CBD, THC content, batch number, expiration dates and more). Can print fixed data, logos and barcodes.
Low upfront costs make this an ideal entry-level solution for automation to replace manual labeling. Thermal InkJet makes no mess, is odor-free and requires almost no maintenance, making it a great solution for oils, flowers, extracts and edibles.
Solvent thermal ink jet inks print directly on plastic pouches and dram cups. No more secondary labels. TIJ solvent-based inks are designed for printing on metals, foils, plastic film, hard plastic, glossy boxes, and other non-porous surfaces. When in doubt, send us your material and we will make a print sample to test the ink-substrate compatibility. TIJ solvent-based inks provide aggressive dry times and permanence onto difficult substrates, when compared to water-based pigment inks
California Prop 64 Packaging and Labeling Requirements:
INFORMATIONAL PANEL – any part of the label that is not the primary panel
Edible product labels must also include:
OTHER LABELING – may be on either the primary or informational panel