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The "individual" production solutions from LabelsPlatform5 AutomationCenter

are individual, partly customer-specific, Windows applications in connection with LP5.


The focus here is on the operator and the production processes. A simple, clear and informative surface contrasts with complex connections of, for example, labeling systems, barcode scanners, camera systems, ERP / SAP / AS400 systems, weighing technology, logistics control and other programs.


In the application's cockpit, the operator receives an overview of the connected production lines. In addition to the line information, the overview shows current information about the respective production order, its current status and other information such as the batch number (upper part of the screen). 

Once a production line has been selected, details of the production order and the line and one or more print previews are displayed at the bottom of the screen.

The production order activated on the currently marked line can be ended from the overview screen. In addition, the “Order preparation” button takes you to the production order overview in order to activate an open production order. The solution also includes line management and an article database.


As soon as the production order is exported from the ERP system and from the LP5 AutomationCenter  has been imported, it is available to the operator for distribution to the production line. The user can now select the appropriate production line. If the article including the layout definition (s) is already known or configured in the article database, the operator already receives a print preview for the printing systems integrated on the selected line. Filter functions facilitate the search for the individual order number. From here, the print data is transferred to the print systems configured on the line.

If the article contained in the production order is a previously unknown article or an article that has not yet been assigned a label layout (s), the operator receives a corresponding error message ("NO LABEL LAYOUT AVAILABLE! - Please configure the article first ")

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