Benefit any business operation with the partnership of WIP and RFID. Using real-time notifications, RFID can help safeguard your systems, for example:
Keeping line shutdowns from happening in manufacturing
Ensuring healthy animals in agriculture
Matching medical treatment to the right patient in healthcare
Keeping inventory fresh in retail
Monitoring cargo in transportation
And so much more!
RFID can make any WIP more agile and efficient, and with an almost endless list of potential applications, it’s a relief to have the RFID deep knowledge and expertise in your partner, Metalcraft. Working together, just like RFID and WIP, we can elevate your solution to one with benefits you may not have even thought of, custom-designed just for you….Now that’s ID Made Better®.
A versatile and affordable RFID tag made in the USA to fit a wide array of on-metal and standard applications, the Universal MC RFID Tag is available both preprinted and onsite printable to handle whatever asset tagging application you have.
The perfect solution for tracking assets on metal or non-metal surfaces that do not allow for attachment directly to the asset. The construction protects the inlay from environmental conditions that could affect the performance of the RFID tag.
Perfect for tracking returnable containers such as pallets, crates or totes, Metalcraft’s Standard RFID Tag attaches directly to non-metal assets.
The only thing “mini” about this tag is its size! With a smaller footprint and lower profile, the Onsite Printable Universal Mini RFID Tag easily fits where other tags may be too large and obtrusive and still gives incredible read ranges compared to other tags in its class.
The Universal Micro RFID Tag measuring 1 7/8” x 5/8” is a great solution to your identification projects that require a small RFID tag with great read range.
The only thing “mini” about this tag is its size! With a smaller footprint and lower profile, the Universal Mini RFID Tag easily fits where other tags may be too large and obtrusive and still gives incredible read ranges compared to other tags in its class.
The closest thing you will find to a "one-size-fits-all” RFID solution! The Universal RFID Asset Tag is a surface-independent tag that uses a patented inlay design and passive RFID technology to obtain excellent read ranges regardless of the surface – metal, plastic, even wood.
From The Asset Tracking Blog
Apr 28, 2022
Custom Hang Tag Offers Flexibility and Versatility for a Variety of Applications
Metalcraft's customized RFID hang tag can be hung from the asset or attached with mechanical fasteners, providing a flexible and durable asset tracking solution.
May 05, 2021
Metalcraft's RFID Tag Tops In Industry Reports Study
University of Texas at Arlington study confirms that an RFID tag from Metalcraft will perform reliably and accurately with better than average readability.
May 05, 2021
What is RFID? A Basic Guide to Radio Frequency Identification
Integrated chip ... antenna ... substrate .... these are all parts of what makes up and RFID tag. Our guide explains these components as well as takes a look at the different types of RFID tags.
Work-in-Process - RFID Case Studies
Production Floor Efficiency
Valley Chrome Improves Work In Process Using Universal Micro RFID Tag
Valley Chrome Plating in Clovis, California is a leading manufacturer of chrome plated aftermarket diesel truck parts like bumpers, cab panels, visors and other various decorative chrome items that go on semi-trucks.
GlobeRanger and Metalcraft team up to provide ID solution to whiskey distillery
Making whiskey is an age-old process that large distilleries have down to a science. One large US-based distillery wanted to improve their data collection process by integrating RFID technology to track and utilize data about a critical asset in the production process – the barrel.
Global Leader Uses RFID To Improve Manufacturing Process
A global leader with increasing demand for their products entrusted Metalcraft and CDO Technologies to collaborate on a solution to increase traceability and accuracy. The goal was to improve efficiency and profitability through automating work-in-process operations, using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).