EPSON Europe B.V. endorses MAXStick Liner-Free Label media on the TM-L90 Plus LFC Thermal Label Printer

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MAXStick® Products Ltd., industry leading global suppliers of direct thermal, liner-free, removable adhesive labels, is proud to announce that they have been endorsed by Epson Europe B.V. for the use of MAXStick® on the Epson TM-L90 Plus LFC (Liner-Free Compatible) Thermal Label Printer. The endorsement covers the 74gsm MAXStick® Plus Diamond Adhesive Formation 58mm width roll and the 55gsmn MAXStick2GO® 4 Stripe Adhesive Formation 80mm width roll.

The TM-L90 printer offers support for 40mm, 58mm and 80mm prints widths and includes enhanced paper saving options to reducing label usage by up to 30 percent. The L-90 printer partnered with MAXStick® liner-free labels ensures that QSR’s and restaurants alike can quickly print orders and labels improving order accuracy and efficiency. The endorsement is the second by Epson, joining the endorsement of MAXStick® on the TM-88IV Restick Printer making MAXStick® the only liner-free label media to receive endorsement on both printers.

“We’re very happy that these two innovative MAXStick products have been added to the tested media range for the TM-L90 Plus,” says Jacob Kallergis, product manager, Epson Europe. “By using tested labels, users can ensure they achieve outstanding quality, reliability and consistency, as well as looking after their printheads. As a bonus, they’ll now get to take advantage of great MAXStick features such as eco-friendliness and a linerless label roll, which reduces unnecessary waste.”

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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