Brandywine’s support mission is to help our customers realize all the benefits of digital, on-demand label printing, providing them with comprehensive knowledge, tools and advice needed to efficiently, economically, and reliably print labels in-house.
Printer Installation & Operation
- On-site and virtual printer installation support to assist with timely ramp-up to production readiness.
- Epson Support videos
- ColorWorks C6000 Series Unboxing and Setting Up
- ColorWorks C6000 Series Initial Ink Charging
- CW-C6000P/CW-C6500P Loading Internal Media
- CW-C6000P/CW-C6500P Loading External Media
- CW-C6000A/CW-C6500A Loading Internal Media
- CW-C6000A/CW-C6500A Loading External Media
- ColorWorks C6000 Series Troubleshooting Media Loading & Feeding
- Cleaning the Auto Cutter (CW-C6000/CW-C6500 Auto Cutter Model)
- ColorWorks C6000 Series Cleaning the Paper Holder Roller
- ColorWorks C7500 How to Use the Color Tone Matching Assistant
- Afinia Support Videos
- Unpacking & Setup
- Ink Cartridge Installation & Removal
- Loading & Unloading Media
- Front Panel UI Walkthrough
- Running Media Scan
- Replacing the Waste Pad
- Replacing the Wiper Roller
- Replacing the Wiper Transfer Assembly
- Cleaning the Starwheel Assembly
- Cleaning the Printer
- Printhead Removal & Replacement
- Preparing Printer for Shipping
- NeuraLabel Support Videos
- Epson product documentation
- Afinia product documentation
- NeuraLabel product documentation
- HP product documentation
- Lexmark product documentation
- CS820 User Guide
- Ricoh product documentation
- Labelmate product documentation
- DPR product documentation
Product Information Sheets
- Poly-Twin® LX™ Durable Laser Labels Standard Sheet Sizes
- Poly-Twin® EP™ Durable Industrial Inkjet labels Standard Sheet Sizes
- Poly-Twin® VP™ Workplace Labels Standard Sheet Sizes
- Twin-Tag® Bulk Tags Standard Sheet Sizes
- Thermal-Twin® Thermal Transfer Labels Standard Sheet Sizes
- Dual-Adhesive™ Labels
When Brandywine is part of your label implementation team you can count on us all the way through the process, from the discovery phase to successful implementation. On-site implementation and integration of software and printers as part of a new or updated on-demand labeling project is part of the total solution. We’re not done until your implementation is successful – printers…software…labels…auto-label application equipment!
On-site availability and training are standard implementation success factors – and regular involvement and follow up are all part of our comprehensive approach to delivering improved efficiency and lower labeling costs. Complete the contact form and ask for On-Site Support.
When your go-live date is determined, be sure to include Brandywine as an on-site participant in the successful implementation of your labeling project!
Four of Ten Companies Fail a Label Audit, Are You One of Them?
Utilize Brandywine’s extensive understanding of labels and labeling systems and our industry best-practices to make your product labeling more efficient, flexible and resilient.
Are Your Labels Fully GHS and HCS 2012 Compliant?
Ensure your hazard communication program meets all current regulatory requirements. A complimentary assessment of your labeling processes will identify any areas of noncompliance, improve your hazard communication, and lower labeling costs.
Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Printers and Software?
Our proven digital print-on-demand technology and solutions together with industry best practices based on our dep experience, will give you a leg-up on labeling.
Complete the contact form and as for a complimentary label review to identify potential opportunities to lower labeling costs and increase efficiency.
Brandywine can help you design and print GHS-compliant labels based on your updated Safety Data Sheets.
We can help you leverage your SDS information to print GHS, OSHA Hazcom, WHMIS, REACH/CLP and DOT compliant labels using NiceLabel label design and management software.
GHS Compliance – What You Need to Know to Ensure GHS Compliant Labels
As of June 1, 2015, all chemical drum labels had to comply with OSHA’s HazCom 2012 Final rule. These rule changes bring the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) in line with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), revision 3. Hazard communication labels must now contain “very specific elements, including pictograms, signal words, and various hazard and precautionary statements” to be considered in compliance.
On February 5, 2021, OSHA issued a proposed rule to update the Hazard Communication standard to align the standard with GHS revision 7, and “provide better alignment with other U.S. agencies and international trading partners”. The adoption of the proposed rule will require changes to SDS and labels. This further illustrates the wisdom of printing hazcom labels on-demand to eliminate the risk associated with pre-printed labels becoming obsolete.
GHS Label Services
- Development of GHS Compliant label templates
- Creation of product-specific chemical packaging labels
- Review and updating of specific product labels
Our expert staff understands your compliance-driven requirements and are committed to meeting your business and regulatory needs. Complete the contact form and ask for a Compliance Consultation today!