Solving: Simplifying Barcodes for Made-to-Order Products

Simplifying Barcodes by Connecting Inventory Logic with Custom Order Specs — Custom (or Make-to Order) manufacturers, sometimes called “Jobbers”, typically produce a wide variety of products with [...]

How Tamper Evident Packaging Works using NFC

Sneak Preview on How Tamper Evident Packaging Works using NFC From a barcode scanning viewpoint, this is the simplest method to use, because it only requires one scan per workstation. This method [...]

SOLVING: Barcodes vs. RFID

Which is the Best Solution for Work-in-Progress (WIP) tracking? One of the questions that I am frequently asked is, “Barcodes vs. RFID: Should I use Barcodes or RFID to track my work in [...]

Solving: Challenging Label Problems for Folks is Why I Love My Job!

In this day and age of big-box and warehouse stores, most of us have walked through a warehouse…whether it’s wandering through a BJ’s or Costco, or searching for a furniture SKU in IKEA.  [...]

Solving: Eliminate Errors while Simultaneously Labeling Thousands of Pipettes and Ampoules

At PaladinID, we create barcode labels for specific applications.  As we’re seeing BioTech and Bio Med industries expand with barcode verification and authentication, we wanted to share this Case [...]

New Device Reads NFC Tags To An Apple iPhone

The first of it’s kind scanning device enables the reading of NFC tags to an Apple iPhone.  We will have this on display at the Design & Manufacturing New England Show, May 3-4 at the [...]

On-Line Bar Code Verification Revisited

In an earlier post we talked about an application in which our client needed to verify the print quality of bar codes as they were being printed.  We recommended an after market bolt-on scanning [...]

ETG Systems

Last week we spoke with Jamie Thomas at ETG Systems in Dallas TX.  ETG is a software company that offers a number of specialty products.  We are initiating a relationship to resell their WEBorder [...]

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