Community Involvement

The Label Printers Sponsors Geneva High School’s F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Team

The Label Printers is pleased to once again sponsor a FIRST robotics team organized by Geneva High School, Geneva, Illinois. The ROBOVIKES have begun their seventh season of competition. This year's game is called RECYCLE RUSH [sm] which is, as FIRST explains, “a recycling-themed game played by two Alliances of three robots each. Robots score points by stacking totes on scoring platforms, capping those stacks with recycling containers, and properly disposing of pool noodles, representing litter. In keeping with the [...]

Interpol Announces Their “Turn Back Crime” Series

We focus a lot of our time working with customers and prospective customers who are looking for anti-counterfeiting solutions.  And so we focus a lot of our time on learning about this market. In many ways it’s like any other market – products, prices, channels of distribution, etc.  But, in many ways it’s very different than other markets – the broad range of markets affected by counterfeiting, the broader range of products that are counterfeited, the problems counterfeiting presents, [...]

Manufacturing, Millenials, and Robotics

Autoline is a PBS show that discusses all things automotive. This week, the show is about “Manufacturing’s New Generation” – a really interesting look at manufacturing in the 21st century – how it’s changing, and how it has to change to attract younger workers. From their web site: Though manufacturing has been changing the last 25 years many of the workers remained the same. Now as they prepare to retire, how do we get the millennials interested in 21st century [...]

The Label Printers Sponsors Geneva [IL] High School’s FIRST Robotics Team

The Label Printers has been a FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) sponsor for six years.  It's an outstanding program.  There are so many studies about the global market - and how important it is for kids to get interested in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) disciplines, for their futures, as well as the future of an American business world that can compete on a global stage.  Particularly in the "new manufacturing" world.  Read [...]