Cybertech, Inc.

Was established in 1989 and is a privately held Corporation located north west of Philadelphia, PA. Our core business is designing and manufacturing printer mechanisms for panel thermal printers and impact printers. Our custom printer solutions have found use for medical recording, identification, industrial use, and other demanding environments that require highly reliable products. We also provide custom design solutions and customized manufacturing solutions for industrial process control and data acquisition.

Our panel thermal printers are installed in sterilizing equipment, industrial ovens and washers, as well as other industrial applications, such as the aircraft service industry where process, cycle information, and documentation are important issues. One example of our ability to produce a custom design solution, is a thermal printer used in a form, fill, and seal product used in pharmaceutical packaging. Utilizing our own engineering, design and manufacturing staff we ensure rapid turnaround from concepts to finished products. Whatever your requirement, Cybertech is dedicated to providing economical, practical and reliable solutions with our dedicated team.


Cybertech has worked within a variety of industries, but has extensive experience in several key areas.

  • Pharmaceutical Packaging Identification
  • Industrial Controls
  • Instrumentation and Recording
  • Bioprocessing
  • Emergency Response Services

Case Studies

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Check out these case studies of how Cybertech has solved unique design challenges for our clients.

Custom High-Speed Label Printer

Design Challenge:

A large corporation needed a high-speed thermal label printer capable of printing and applying labels of varying lengths from up to 1″ by 2″ at a maximum rate of 8 per second. It had to mechanically function and fit into an already existing system.

  • The printer needed to be capable of dynamic throttling of the print system.
  • The Cybertech design staff worked closely with our customer’s mechanical, electrical and software design team.
  • Mechanically, we came up with a package that would integrate and mount on to their existing applicator whose operation would be transparent. Cybertech utilized a mechanical accumulator design to cope with the asynchronous nature of the print and apply system.
  • On the electronic side, we built a custom controller that would accommodate a print rate of 10+ inches per second, maintain constant print quality, and configure with their hosting software.
  • This was all completed under our roof, from the mechanical design and drawings, electronic schematics, printed circuit board layout, and all printer software.
  • We produced the machined and sheet metal parts and built and tested the PC boards.

Filling System

Design Challenge:

To operate up to five pumps, valves and a conveyor utilizing stepper motors with adjustable acceleration, multiple speeds and run currents. To run from one to three motors concurrently. To have multiple inputs that may be active-true either by being sourced to 24 volts DC or pulled to ground (PLC compatible). Each stepper motor has a home and limit sensor whose polarity can be programmed and use low cost reflective or opacity optical sensors. The controller interfaces with a touch screen via a serial port and have down loadable run parameters either via USB or a serial interface.

  • The goal was to eliminate what would be a costly PLC system with a cost effective single board solution.
  • Cybertech developed a motor control language to allow the controller to stand alone or run in a direct mode, where direct mode allows commands and status via a host device.
  • We also write custom programs tailored to your requirements for less then you might think. Contact us and let Cybertech work with you to come up with a cost effective solution. We would be happy to supply more case examples upon request.

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