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February 8, 2005
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Businesses fearful of lost productivity due to RFID labeling startup tasks can turn to Avery Dennison Printer Systems for a new turnkey RFID label printing package called the RFID Starter Kit.

Businesses fearful of lost productivity due to RFID labeling startup tasks - such as needs assessment, equipment installation and operator training - can turn to Avery Dennison Printer Systems for a new turnkey RFID label printing package called the RFID Starter Kit. The comprehensive equipment-and-service RFID Starter Kit enables companies facing retailers' 2005 RFID labeling mandates to easily establish a cost-efficient, in-house capability designed to meet current and anticipated RFID standards. Companies purchasing the kit will benefit from a unique processing advantage: the kit's high-speed 64-05 RFID label printer features "jump-the-bump" printing, a capability that is not available with any competitive RFID label printer. During print operations, the system's print head "jumps" over the bumps made by embedded RFID chips. As a result, the likelihood of costly label waste caused by chips damaged during the printing process is lessened.

For more information, visit http://www.machines.averydennison.com.

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