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Primary Application of RFID Converting Machine

Those are the layers of a typical RFID Label:
  1. Release Liner
  2. Bottom Adhesive
  3. RFID Inlay (Antenna + Chip)
  4. Label Material (Blank or Printed)
  5. (Optional) Protective Coating
More complicated RFID labels might include compensation layer for chip protection, absorption layer for pressure buffering, additional liners, conductive or dielectric layers, etc.

Your product requirement defines our machine configuration

Perform 100% QC/QA check for RFID labels with inline black mark printing.

Purpose-built RFID converting machine with inline adhesive coating and inlay cut-n-transfer for cost savings.

Purpose-built RFID converting machine with inline adhesive coating and inlay cut-n-transfer for cost savings.

A specialized RFID converting machine designed to achieve optimal cost savings

It incorporates a vacuum-based asynchronous inlay cut-n-transfer mechanism, resulting in savings on process tapes and tooling expenses. Includes multiple web guides to ensure enhanced precision. It is capable of utilizing solid or flexible dies for cutting label outlines. Hoaco’s RFID converting machine offers the flexibility of providing FG in rolls, perforated form, or sheets. Additionally, it offers optional functionalities such as inline label reading, CCD vision inspection, and defect marking.

Inline Adhesive Coating

Inline adhesive coating that saves liner cost of raw materials

Inlay Cut-n-Transfer

This process process involves the use of an innovative technique to transfer and cut RFID inlays.

Large Roll Support

The RFID machine provides extensive support for handling large rolls to allow to work on a larger scale.

The Standard RDC for maximum versatility and precision

This model of RFID machine offers seamless handling of complex RFID labels comprising more than four layers. It incorporates a vacuum-based asynchronous inlay cut-n-transfer mechanism, resulting in savings on process tapes and tooling costs. Additionally, the machine provides optional functionalities such as inline label reading, CCD vision inspection, and defect marking for enhanced quality control.

Inline RFID Reader

Connected to a single RFID controller, multiple RFID readers can be positio