on the labels
When I was interning on a beef farm, they used a label printer that delivers a label on a roll from a relatively small printer with easy touchscreen + scale with exact wheight printed on the label.
don’t remember the brand for sure, but I think it was Brother.
This one saved me from making a serious design flaw in our new packing area. I’ve been puzzling out how to pack for 50+ veggie boxes and had planned to do it packing on a table one side and then rotating 180 degrees to shelving behind which would have all of the boxes laid out. And then have another set of tables and someone else on the other side of the shelving doing the same thing, 1 crate of produce at a time. It’s one of those times that you just can’t see outside the box.. As soon I saw Erics trolley on wheels I realised how insanely inefficient my plan was. We are going to do it back to front now though and have the produce crate and scale on the moving trolley and the boxes laid out on the tables/shelves either side and do a circuit. Great stuff.
Could you please tell us what size boxes Eric uses? I’m also wondering about the box liners – are they gusseted 1 mil or 2 mil bags and what size? What material are the moisture papers? Apologies for all the questions – there are so many options online and I can’t seem to find much locally. Thanks for the info – we will definitely be interested in your boxes once they come out.