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  1. LX500 Covered in WholeFoods Magazine

    LX Color Label Printers from Primera Technology, Inc. are short run label printers ideal for on demand labels with full-color graphics and photos up to a resolution of 4800 dpi. The LX line comes in multiple SKUs: LX500, LX500C, LX1000, and LX2000 with various print sizes and speeds.

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    Link to full article in WholeFoods Magazine: https://wholefoodsmagazine.com/miscellaneous/new-products/label-printer

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  2. Bravo-Series Featured in Funeral Home & Cemetery News

    See the Bravo-Series feature in Funeral Home & Cemetery News.


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  3. Global Cosmetic Industry Covers LX2000

    Primera Technology has announced the launch of its LX2000 Color Label Printer.

    The printer specializes in producing on-demand, short-run labels and can assist companies with: 

    • Full-color, high-resolution graphics and photos to 4800 dpi
    • Printing hundreds of labels a day
    • Quickly changing labels to update ingredient information

    According to the company, additional benefits include no waste, no lead times, no setup fee, low cost per label, no obsolete inventory, the ability to print all sizes, shapes and substrates from papers, polyesters and vinyl and personalizing your labels one by one. 

    Go to the actual online post: http://www.gcimagazine.com/business/manufacturing/packaging/Primera-Technology-Launches-On-demand-Label-Printing-Technology--463939333.html

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  4. Beverage Industry Features AP362 Label Applicator

    Easy labeling Primera Technology offers the AP362 label applicator, which has the capacity to apply one or two different labels to a single container. A built-in, spring-loaded pressure arm ensures labels are firmly applied without wrinkles, it says. The applicator also can apply roll-fed, pressure-sensitive labels at speeds as fast as 1,200 labels an hour. The AP362 is quick and easy to set up and ideal for cylindrical containers as well as many tapered containers, including bottles, cans, jars and tubes. ■ Primera Technology, 2 Carlson Parkway, North Plymouth, Minn. 55447; 800/797-2772; primera.com.

    Page 60: http://cdn.coverstand.com/11778/460947/112e6d17d497fc2ca9bb8247861887bcdbcec37a.pdf

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  5. Medical Laboratory Observer - Product Focus on LX500

    Primera's LX500 color label printer may increase the efficiency of your label while reducing the risk of misidentification of specimens. Full-color printing adds high impact to labels and helps reduce errors by eliminating handwriting. Print text, graphics, color alerts, and logos on water-resistant material, along with high-resolution linear and 2D barcodes in seconds. 

    See the LX500 Product Focus on Page 61 of Medical Laboratory Observer.

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  6. Cleaning and Maintenance Magazine Covers LX2000 for its Durable Labels.

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  7. Primera's LX2000 Mentioned in Food Safety Magazine

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  8. Photo Corners Magazine for Photographers features Bravo 4200-Series.

    Primera Introduces Bravo 4200-Series Disc PublishersShare This on LinkedInForward This

    26 July 2017

    Primera Technology has announced its new Bravo 4200-Series disc printers and disc publishers. The Bravo 4200 series automates the process of burning and printing quantities of recordable CDs, DVDs and

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  9. High School Graduation Gift Ideas - Primera Trio

    Are you stumped what to get a high school graduate for a gift? We've searched high and low for the best gifts and put together a list of the hottest gifts this year. Ranging from sentimental to tech-savvy, high school grads are sure to appreciate these ideas.

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    DIY Time Capsule
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  10. ‘World’s smallest, lightest, all-in-one printer’ to go on sale

    [caption id="attachment_222" align="aligncenter" width="450"] The world's smallest all-in-one printer by Primera.[/caption]

    LAS VEGAS — Finally, a chance for traveling business people and consumers to strike “I’ll print it when I get back to the office” from their vocabulary.

    How many times do we find ourselves out in the field,  knee-deep in a project, suddenly realizing we need to print, scan or copy a document?

    While most people carry tablets, smartphones and laptops, few think to lug around a printer. Well, now, thanks to the folks at Minnesota-based Primera Technology, you can print multiple pages, even print in color.

    “Until now, portable printing has never really been practical,” said Mark Strobel, Primera’s vice president of sales and marketing.

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