Solutions for the electronics and household appliances industry

The electronic sector needs special information labels, made with materials that can withstand over time. Finlogic boasts a long experience in this regard, thanks also to the know-how gained by the group's subsidiaries. An approach that is further strengthened following the regulation introduced by the European Commission (from 1 March 2021) regarding the discipline that determines the characteristics and contents of energy labels for household appliances.

Dishwashers, refrigerators, freezers, freezer cabinets, washing machines and televisions. These are just some of the products covered by the new regulation and for which it is necessary to indicate to the consumer on energy efficiency and other information on sustainability. Data that must be assigned on the label, with the latter being called to last for a very long time, in some cases even for the entire life of the product.

Also included in the electronic sector are the particular labels for cables, generally small, plasticized and flag (Clinglock labels).

Finlogic offers everything you need for labels related to the electronics and household appliances sector, with particular reference to:

  • Production of neutral or printed labels with different types of resistance and adhesion;
  • Barcode printers for printing barcodes and variable data;
  • Supply of related ribbon tapes;
  • Digital color label printers for on-demand production;
  • Barcode readers and terminals for reading 1D and 2D codes;
  • Laser markers for durable labels;
  • Production of automatic labeling solutions, designed and studied ad hoc according to the needs of the production lines of each individual customer;
  • Development of customized mobile software for logistics management (WMS);
  • UV plotters and CNC pantographs for the on-demand creation of customized packaging directly in the company.

The collaboration with the sister company Smart Lab Industrie 3D, allows us to have a specific preparation on 3D printers, used today also in the electronic production sector, especially for small spare parts or components. The high level of know-how has allowed us to design and build the first 3D printer in the world capable of integrating an Rfid or NFC tag directly into the 3D printed parts, in order to create smart objects from an IoT production perspective: the Layerloop