Datamax M-Class Label Printer

Datamax M-Class thermal label printers: Reliable and Robust Solutions 

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Produce high quality and robust product, carton and pallet labels with our Datamax M-Class Label Printer.

If you're producing at a lower volume, you can ensure these compact, robust and reliable label printers can withstand a range of industrial conditions whilst still producing at optimal efficiency and quality standards.

Datamax M-Class are a powerful, compact industrial strength printer series.

 

Features

Suitable for a range of harsh environments 

With a frame constructed in aluminum, this robust datamax label printer can provide the power and performance required to print high quality labels, even in harsh industrial environments.

Reliability with every application 

With a variety of options avaliable, the M-Class label printer can meet the requirements for a range of applications whilst ensuring the reliability of high quality print every time.

Straightforward Maintenance

Modular design of the datamax m-class label printer offers the flexibility to quickly replace parts in the field when required so your production lines don't need to wait long periods of times for maintenance to be done on the machine.

Production line connectivity options  

Easy to implement onto existing production lines thanks to built in language emulation programs.

Compact Design

The small footprint of the M-Class Label printer means that it can easily fit into small, tight places on any sized production line without disrupting the flow and getting in the way of every-day activities. 

 

 

 

 

Applications
pallet Labelling
Pallet Labelling
Product Labelling
Product Labelling
Date Codes & Batch Codes
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Matthews Technology Overview

At Matthews we provide a range of coding, labeling and inspection solutions to help meet your production line needs. This includes our range of Datamax label printers along with our range of Intermec printers as well.

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