Solo Labelling Sdn Bhd
Solo Labeller Technology
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13 & 15, Jalan Utama 2/20,
Taman Perindustrian
Puchong Utama,
47140 Puchong,
Selangor, Malaysia.
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Understanding The Conveyor System On the Labelling Machine.

Apr 14, 2021

Driven by motor to transport the products from one location to another, conveyors are generally used in all stages of the factory production – filling, packaging, labelling and distribution. They have become a key element in all automated facilities and applications today, responsible for orientating and metering out product, providing buffering and staging between processes.
 

3 types of conveyor system are commonly used on labelling machines: Green belt conveyor, black belt conveyor and plastic top chain (PTC) conveyor. They are equipped with different characteristics and have been used for different labelling purposes.






 

  • Materials:

Black belt conveyors are made of synthetic belt that use a combination of fabric and polyester material; the material for green belt conveyors is similar to black belt but PVC material is applied instead. Plastic top chain conveyor is assembled with modular plastic parts into conveyor belt.

 

  • Mechanism:

Black belt and green belt conveyors move with the friction created between the belt surface and the motor-driven conveyor pulley. This allows them to operate in fast speed with low noise generated.

PTC conveyors move via positive drive where the plastic sprocket under the belt propel it forward, fast conveyor speed is anticipated from the low friction generated from the positive drive. However, loud noise generated from the vibration when runs in higher speed is unavoidable, making it unfeasible for certain noise sensitive production environment.

 

  • Application/Usage:

As friction drive was used for both black belt and green belt conveyors, heavy objects are not recommended on them as it will increase the belt friction result in slower operation and more susceptible to breakage in long run. Green belt conveyor with PVC surface has higher friction relative to black belt, making it a more appropriate choice for feather light products on top labelling machine such as egg trays, plastic bags and empty plastic trays. Whereas black belt with moderate friction is commonly used for round bottle on wrap around labelling machine to avoid too much friction applied while bottles are being rotate for labelling process.

On the contrary, PTC conveyors are usually employed for heavy objects such as detergent bottles, jerry cans, or edible oils for the durability and hard surface derived from plastic that allows product to stay still on conveyors during transport whilst providing sufficient support on products weights. Light weight products are not recommended on PTC due to the strong vibration and lack-of-grip surface as products might topple during the process.

 

  • Maintenance

Black belt and green belt conveyor both faced a major drawback – the ability for the belt to stay centered. Any alteration of the belt width and length will require proper design and tuning in order for the belt to be centered. Adding guides at the belt bottom could help to stay centered but might impair on performance due to additional friction.

As for PTC, the conveyor is always centered thanks to the positive drive. Conveyor runaway is impossible unless the teeth are broken. The cost for PTC conveyor is higher because of the way it is fabricated. Although the plastic module used to fabricate PTC is inexpensive, however, the cost is very much driven by the manpower required to assemble the component.

In term of maintenance, the entire black belt and green belt requires to be replaced while the modular design of PTC requires only a section of the component to be replaced if damage occur.


Prevent Label Breakage During Labelling Process

Mar 31, 2021

Label breakage is one issue that often go unnoticed during downtimes analysis but the impact it brought to machine downtimes should not be neglected. Label breakage happens when the label rolls from the un-winder could not withstand the opposite force acted from the label re-winder motor, which could be resulted from many factors.

Labelling productivity is affected when labels get ripped-apart during labelling process as the operator has to pause the process to remove broken labels from the conveyor and reconnect the remaining labels to the re-winder. Test on label dispensing functions and label gap are required to carry out to ensure on the following label placement accuracy.




 

There are multiple factors involved that could possibly contribute to label breakage:

 

1. Label Placement On the Applicator

The applicator of the labelling machine is a steel plate with sharp edge that allows label to dispense from the label roll. The label liner is required to be placed in between the applicator to prevent the label liner from shifting up and down during labelling process to minimize the chances of label breakage.

 

2. Label Die-cut

The thickness for label liner pose impacts on the label especially die-cut paper label. When labels are die-cut, they are actually being push down on the liner. A small split on paper liner that is hard to see might occur when the liner is thin. If that paper liner is hooked up to an applicator, the pressure and tension in that applicator can rip off the liner.

 

3. Label perforation

Always ensure the label roll on the labelling machine does not consists of perforation. The purpose of perforation on label roll is to ease manual label tearing process and strongly not recommended to use on labelling machine due to the high tension on applicator to dispense label during labelling process.

 

4. Length of Label Tongue

Label tongue is where the amount of label overhangs at the dispensing edge of the applicator before the label fully dispensed. The length of the overhung label decides how accurate the label placement go and the possibility of label breakage. The best length to maintain is around 3mm from the applicator steel plate; too long might cause the label to tear apart as the label could stick on the product earlier than the time the label dispenser is set to dispense label, causing breakage to happen.

 

5. Speed of Conveyor & Applicator

Synchronization is important to keep label placement accurate. Same goes to label breakage prevention. When the conveyor is running much faster that the label applicator, the label might be forcefully tear apart before it gets fully dispensed. Adding an encoder device could help to stay away from this problem by synchronizing the speed of conveyor and label applicator dispenser.


Considering Imported Labelling Machines? Think again.

Mar 24, 2021

Considering Imported Labelling Machines? Think again.



Many labelling machine owners find automatic labelling machines are not generating satisfactory supports and advantages for their business operations due to the past experience they had with imported machines or inadequate suppliers with insufficient experience that could not provide reliable solutions to efficiently resolve the problem.

 
We as one of the largest manufacturer of labelling machine in Malaysia for 28 years have met many disappointed users and successfully transformed their operations with the innovative labelling solutions and reliable supports. Below are some of the major concerns shared by customers based on their previous experience before they met us. If you encounter similar doubts or problems on imported labelling machine, we are more than happy to help you out.

 

• Difficult-to-operate

This is common for the labelling machines that are bought from overseas. Many customers are keen to purchase their first labelling machine from overseas that are priced at much lower cost as a starting point to reduce the risk on initial investment and quality uncertainties. However, this often accompanied by absent or poorly performed product training, worse when machine manual is only available in native language which makes machine understanding even more difficult for the operators from different country.

 

• Lack of Support/Warranty/Replacement Parts

After sales services are important to ensure the labelling machine run in full potential. Many overseas manufacturers claim to offer warranties but mostly are denied when the users need it the most due to certain terms and conditions that are not stated clearly when the purchase happened. Even if the warranty was valid, the time it takes to arrange for parts delivery and exchange might incur even greater loss for business due to the machine downtimes. The level of support given is also limited as some of the oversea manufacturers do not have technical team that could speak other languages more than native language hence is difficult to troubleshoot machine problem when it arises.

 

• Hidden costs/Low ROI

Dissatisfaction occurs when needs are not met and customers have not achieved the expected ROI from the machine investment. This happens when the machine supplier has not provided effective labelling solutions to the problem to eliminate issues from the root. The price tag for labelling machine might be low at the first sight, but be mindful on the hidden costs when it comes to machine import. Some of the unwritten costs for imported machinery include cost recovery charges (import), delivery order fee, port charges (warehouse handling, FAF, removal), transportation charges, documentation fees, handling fees, EDI & LCL charges, agency fees, warehouse storage, custom clearance, etc.

How SMEs Grow Productivity with Automation & Technology on Tight Cash Flow?

Feb 2, 2021

Small businesses are the bedrock and growth engine for a country’s economy and by supporting them to recover quickly post-pandemic would be fundamental yet essential to restore the economy. However, cash flow is often cited a major contributor to failure in small businesses. It poses great challenge for SMEs in emerging economies like Malaysia when they have been burning candles at both ends, to endure 50% longer payment collection period due to red tape, and corporate procedures whilst striving to make ends meet every month. Things are even harder and fatal during times like now whereby the market volatility is driving uncertainty in business place.

One business research carried out by United Overseas Bank (UOB), Accenture and Dun & Bradstreet in 2020 reveals that technology was ranked the top investment priority by 64% companies including those who currently have cash flow concerns. The results also suggest small businesses in ASEAN such as Malaysia are looking beyond the present challenges and are ready to adopt technology in view to improve business efficiency, competitiveness and sustainability.

The unprecedented economic & business impact of the pandemic has highlighted the importance of technology for many small businesses as they soon realized that technology can help them to ease the impact brought by pandemic on their operations such as labour shortage and productivity as they adjust to meet new demand trends. From Zara’s AI driven consumer analysis to Amazon’s robot-fueled warehouse, businesses nowadays are embracing technologies like robotic process automation, machine learning and AI as a part to delivering revolution in productivity and cost reduction. Optimising business process with automation technology to Increase profit through higher productivity is one way to help supply-based businesses out of this situation. An automated production line with automatic labelling machine involved is able to increase productivity by at least 65%, ensuring labelling works are executed perfectly with minimum errors and labour involvement. Nevertheless, investment made on production equipment is often a burden to business cash flow as they are usually costly and take a long time to breakeven. Beyond that, the machine maintenance support and part replacements are always the stumbling blocks for faster ROI.       

Solo Labeller Technology has been in the industry for more than 28 years, focused on providing reliable labelling machines with premium quality and expefor various industries regardless of business size to help businesses grow in greater heights. We aim to help businesses to start on the right foot by providing them the right equipment & support to accelerate on productivity, profit & ROI.


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How Industrial Automation Could Help You Survive Through The Pandemic?

Jan 13, 2021

How Industrial Automation Could Help You Survive Through The Pandemic?


By industrial automation, it means to use automatic equipment in a manufacturing plant or facility for the advantages of a leaner operation process that focused on optimization with minimal human intervention that require lesser energy and materials. Most importantly, it is to reduce labor cost & waste with greater productivity. The need for such automation is even vital in the time of pandemic as labor shortage and supply chain disruption are accelerating the speed for manufacturing sector to go digital.


 

How Labelling Automation Could Improve Production Efficiency

Despite its essential role in packaging, product labelling is one of the most tedious and time-consuming processes in the manufacturing plant. As a business’s labelling demand increases, the investment made on automation could bring a huge impact on production efficiency by streamlining production flows. This includes 1. resources optimization that allows labors to be freed up for more productive tasks; 2.  consistent label placement that comes with precise machine configuration; 3. reduced label errors and essentially, 4. the increased of labelling capacity to cope with increasing demand.
However, it is not necessary for businesses to move from completely manual labelling to 100% automation all in one go as the concerns such as infrastructure readiness and requirement on skilled workers are involved. There are different automation stages for businesses to gradually introduce the automation system into the labelling process based on production needs.

 
 

1. Basic Labelling Automation - Automatic Labelling Machine.

The manual labelling process can be upgraded to the basic automation simply by replacing the hand application process with a stand-alone automatic labelling machine. This will be the foremost fundamental to achieve the full labelling automation in the long run. By introducing the basic labelling automation, instead of a group of labors doing manual labelling works, basically, now you will only require 2 operators to work with the labelling machine: 1 to place in the products on conveyor for labelling purpose and 1 to remove the product from conveyor after products are labelled.
 


 

2. Enhanced Labelling Automation - Streamline Production with Seamless Integration

To move from basic to enhanced automation, the focus will be shifted from improving solely on product labelling to the entire production line with seamless machine integration to speed up efficiencies. A successful integration for labelling machine into production line would require consideration of a thorough production flow process and the conveyor heights for machines involved such as filling machine or capping machine to streamline production flow.  



 

3. IIOT Driven Labelling Automation - Cloud-Based Real Time Data Reporting 

What is better than having seamless machine integration? It is to have the entire production line sits in your palm. With the integration of Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), it allows greater operational efficiency by being able to provide real-time data logging, reporting and visualization. The artificial intelligence feature in the machine such as smart sensor is able to capture live data and provide accurate information on machine status and configuration and will alarm the operators and managers when there is any machine abnormality. Work progression and activities carried out can be traced and tracked remotely via software and mobile applications. The greatest loss in manufacturing- downtimes are minimized effectively with the adoption of IIoT in labelling machine by eliminating the risk of unplanned machine breakdown with preventive maintenance.




Redefining Manufacturing with IIOT

Dec 28, 2020


IIoT (Internet of Things) Vs. IoT (Internet of Things)
IoT is commonly seen in general consumer-level devices ranging from wearables like fitbits, smart home devices whilst IIoT is specifically related to the manufacturing, oil& gas, healthcare and logistic industry with focus on the networking of machines (machine-to-machine) and seamless process chains. It refers to interconnected sensors, machines, and other devices networked together with computers’ industrial applications. The sensors in IIoT are used to collect critical production data in combination with cloud technology to turn this data into valuable insights that could help to improve & optimise the existing work practices and business processes as well as innovation in workplace.
 
Devices, Sensors, Digitalisation & Big Data - Advantages of IIoT in manufacturing industry
1. Process Optimisation through Remote Monitoring.
With IIoT, machines are inter-connected and allows transmit or exchange of operational information in centralise network, making it capable for factory manager to access the machine information and status remotely. This enables optimization work in the production and gives advantages for automation process.
 
2. Reduce Down Time.
The use of IIoT sensors allows more accurate predictions of machine condition and more efficient maintenance. Many essential machine components in production line are designed to function within certain precision and vibration ranges; the sensors are able to actively monitor on parts’ status and condition and notify for maintenance when it deviates from the pre-set parameters, which is useful to prevent the major machine downtime frequency.
 
3. Improve Operational Efficiency.
IIoT enables production data to be captured and displayed in real time basis, allowing for more accurate data reporting and prediction for production capacity planning, thus improving the overall production productivity.
 
4. Inventory Management.
Inventory is tracked on real-time basis with IIoT application with every ins & outs across all the warehouse, production plant and distribution centres, effectively bring down the cost on inventory carrying and errors derived from inventory management. It also provides cross-channels visibility to manager on realistic estimation on material availability, and the arrival time of new materials.
 
5. Improved Safety.
IIoT applications can be used to improve safety at workplace. When paired with wearable smart devices, it allows monitoring on workers’ health parameters and risky activities during daily operation. Also, it could be used to improve safety issue in potentially hazardous environments. For instance, in oil and gas industry, IIoT is applied to monitor gas leakages as it moves through the pipe network.
 
6. Logistic & Supply Chain optimization.
The adoption of IIoT system allows real-time tracking on product and materials information when they move through the supply chain process. With the addition of RFID tags attached to inventory items and smart sensors installed at warehouse, it allows all parties involved to share the visibility on supply chain that allows for more accurate forecast on shipments arrival.
 
7. Cost Reduction.
The synergy created from optimised production process, greater inventory management, lower machine downtime and higher work efficiency enables manufacturers to bring down the monthly OPEX and focus on creating new source of revenue. 

Capitalise on Smart Labelling For Millennialsí» Brand Loyalty

Dec 14, 2020
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73% of global millennials will pay extra for a product that is sustainable; brand sustainability to millennials also meant trustworthiness, health/wellness, natural or organic and being environmentally friendly.

The use of labels on product packaging in the past was solely for essential information such as expiration date, manufacturing information, ingredients and is often limited by label size and packaging. However, followed by the emergence of clean labels that focused on label transparency, consumers nowadays are looking to purchase with brands that are able to display transparency on product information that includes sourcing, production, ingredients and packaging to help them make a more informed purchase decision.

Statistics from label insights survey reveals a 94% of consumers are likely to be loyal to a brand that offers complete transparency. This makes transparency on product information an important factor that motivate consumers to build brand loyalty. This trend is especially apparent on millennial shoppers. They seek for brands that are able to display authenticity, be able to be transparent on product information on product packaging when they are in the process of making purchase decision. Going above and beyond on such details could be the major driver that influence purchase decision and build brand loyalty among millennial shoppers.

To capitalize on such trends, businesses could take advantages of the current technology to move beyond constraints and have rooms for more product information to be included on packaging.
 
  • Barcode
Also known as databar, It is a machine-readable linear one-dimensional code that contains a set of numerical and characters shown parallel line patterns in different width. It stores information such as price and weight of the product, date of manufacturing and expiry, name of the manufacturer, etc. Great for general use, can be generated with barcode generator.
  • QR Codes (Quick Response codes)
Also a type of barcode, QR codes are used for item identification, product tracking and providing marketing information to consumers. They can be read rapidly by a range of devices including smartphones with an inbuilt QR code reader. As compared to the traditional barcodes with only 20 characters capacity, QR codes allows over 7,000 characters with faster machine reading speed. Great for storing abundance information and membership program application, can be generated with QR Code generator.
  • Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID)
RFID is made of 2 components, a tag/label and a reader. The RFID tags/label is embedded with a transmitter and a receiver. In the tag, there is a microchip to store information and an antenna to receive and transmit signal. Commonly available in 2 types, battery powered and passive tags. A passive RFID tag will use the radio wave produced by the receiver to relay the information back to the receiver; the battery powered RFID tag is embedded with a small battery to relay information. Whilst the cost might be higher for RFID label, it is one revolutionary technology that allows flexibility for data updating on system, fast data reading and doesn’t require line of sight to read data.

Labelling Machine for Bottle Labelling

Dec 12, 2020




When you require bulk labelling for round bottles, a labelling machine would be useful to produce accurate and perfect labelling outcome without bubbles and wrinkle. As compared to other shapes, round bottle is especially tricky for hand application due to its shape and curve.

The function of an automatic bottle labelling machine is designed to replace the process of hand application. It saves up a lot of time and costs that would occurred if the tasks were to be implemented manually.

However, when you are deciding on a bottle labelling machine, it is also important to take the length of your product label into consideration.

There are 2 types of bottle labelling machine:

 

  • Wrap around labelling machine

  • Pneumatic wrap around labelling machine


​Wrap Around Labelling Machine

Wrap around labelling machine is to label the round bottle with short label (Normally shorter than half of the bottle) quickly. It normally can apply up to 100-120 round bottles depending on the diameter of the product and the length of label. A great option for producer with simple one side label design.


Pneumatic Wrap Around Labelling Machine
Pneumatic wrap around labelling machine is for long labels or more than one labels in the round bottle. This can apply approximately around 30-40 pcs of round bottles with full wrap label depend on the diameter of the product and the length of the label.


Labeling Machine Automation | One-Stop Labelling Solution

Nov 20, 2020
Types of Labelling Machine For Different Product/Container Shapes
 

Enjoy multiplied production in low OPEX, consistent label output that focused on accuracy and precision; best of all, monitor your production remotely with real-time statistics (thanks to the intelligent system in machine) available within your mobile app.

With the increased production capacity and ability to deliver on-time, businesses are more ready to tackle more business opportunities and projects with higher returns.

 

Watch how we label products in different sizes and shapes with innovative machine solutions.


 

Food Labelling Trend: The Rise of Clean Label

Nov 9, 2020
Clean label is not about label design.

It is a concept of producing products containing clean and simple ingredients that consumers recognize. Consumers nowadays are increasingly cautious of ingredients they do not recognize, prompting demands for options free of G.M.O.s, gluten and “science sounding” preservatives.

A study by MMR Research indicates a rate of 70 percent of Asia Pacific-based consumers feel it is important to see keywords such as ‘no additives’ or ‘no artificial ingredients’ listed when considering purchase of food products whilst 73 percent of them are willing to pay a higher retail price for a food product made with ingredients they recognize and trust. Other key factors they consider during purchase decision include nutrition information on-pack, price and perceived quality.

As the concept of clean label evolved, it has become essential to include much more than just label and the ingredient list, with a focus on the product as a whole, including sourcing, production, ingredients and packaging, calling for transparency, traceability and quality for food products. The  demand for such information in product labelling has posed label design challenges to manufacturers that struggle to achieve the right balance of information before labels become overcrowded (clueless on label design? read here for some simple tips on visually effective label design).

Although the clean label movement poses some challenges to manufacturers, it certainly presents a huge market opportunity for growth. By combining a clean label concept with effective label design, it allows food manufacturers to create an attractive appearance for product packaging without giving consumers cause for concern once they turn to the ingredients list. 

 
Source: Article adapted from Asia Pacific Food Industry .

 

 
Solo Labeller Technology Sdn. Bhd. is a company that focuses on manufacturing and customizing labelling machine that helps businesses to improve production capacity and efficiency with automation technologies. Armed with vision to create sustainable system that adds value to customers, all the machines at Solo Labeller are built with Simplicity, Reliability & Accuracy values in mind to ensure our machines are always robust, reliable, and user-friendly.
 
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Everything You Need to Know About Buying Your First Labelling Machine

Nov 7, 2020


 

Business owners and manufacturers, are you ready to ultra-boost your production with labelling machine but not sure where to begin? Investing on the wrong machine could sabotage your operation and ROI substantially, negatively impact on business competitiveness and sustainability.We have collected some of the key information you need to gather prior to machine acquisition to help you make a more informed decision.


 

1) Type of sticker label used
It is important to know which type of labels you are using on the product, either transparent or opaque label as it affects how your labelling machine detects your labels. Transparent label requires additional feature, e.g. ultrasonic gap sensor to detect on label thickness to produce accurate application.

 

2) Production output per hour/day/month
It is critical to know your existing or expected production in order to choose the right machine with matching speed that produce according to your expected volume. For instance, a round bottle labelling process requires longer time to complete than flat surface product, especially those that requires full label wrap around it.

 

3) Product Size
The size of labelling machine usually changes relatively to product size. Customer is often required to prepare the largest and the smallest product dimensions. Remember, the more information you gather prior purchase, the better chance the machine is to be the right fit.

 

4) Space required for machine
Always check with supplier regarding machine size especially when you have limited space available to place the labelling machine.

5) Product shapes and label placement
It'd be useful to know your product shape and label placement prior to machine acquisition as they affect the label application emthods, orientation and adaptability. For instance, labelling machine uses on round bottles cannot be used to apply labels on the top of the box. Planning these details ahead helps to produce labelling solutions that fit to your production needs.

 

6) On-line or Stand-alone
Is this labelling machine a stand alone operation or does it require integration with other machine in the production line? For integration purpose, It is always important to consider the conveyor height of both machines to achieve the seamless system integration. As a local manufacturer, Solo's labelling machine can be customised based on needs to integrate with other machines such as filling machine, capping machine, or carton box sealer to stramline your production.

 

With the above information, you should be all set for a new labelling machine. If you have more questions regarding labelling machine, fill up here for a free consultation and we'd be gladly to help.

 

7 seconds to impress your potential customers with effective product label

Oct 20, 2020


 

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Photo by edwin josé vega ramos from Pexels)


Product label matters because research reveals consumers make a subconscious judgement about a product within 7 seconds of initial viewing and 74% of consumers will make purchase based on product visual appearance.  Labelling is especially important when you are new to market because once a consumer has developed loyalty to a product, packaging and labels become less of a factor when it comes to purchase decision.


Check out below for some quick tips on designing a professional product label:


Size & Position
Fitting is key. A label that is too big may encounter challenges during application that might affect the impression you are trying to create. Deciding where to place the label would be rather important to ensure maximum impact to capture audience’s attention and eyeballs immediately when they are out on shelves. The amount of information required to display on product label is yet another important factor to consider too. Always remember to not overstuffed information. It is vital on keeping a balance between being too informative and lack of information.


Colour Consistency
It is crucial to practice consistency and standardisation on the way colours appear across your labels as it reflects the tone of your brand and affect customer recognition on your product. Work your artwork/design around Pantone matching system(PMS), CMYK, RGB, or a combination to ensure the colour outcome is always consistent.


Shape
It is important to take into consideration of the shape of label and product container as cohesiveness is important in this case. Tapered/convex containers might be challenging. You should also consider the label application method, either by hands or through labelling machine as it affects the labelling outcomes.


Font Readability
Always ensure your product label is readable. A product label generally carries information such as the name of the product, logo, a short description; sometimes, lengthier information such as instructions on how to use, ingredients and so on. It is important that the label font is designed in appropriate, readable size where customers could read the label from a good distance clearly. Ideally the text should be at least above 6 points font and 10 points font and above for other relevant information.


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Jan 20, 2020
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