Brady BMP21-Plus Portable Label Printer
William H. Brady founded the W. H. Brady Company in 1914 in Eau Claire, WI. Products like promotional photographic calendars were soon followed by elaborate color displays for ice cream parlors, printed glass beer signs, point-of- purchase displays, and roadside advertising.
During World War II, Brady responded to the need for the military to clearly identify wires on ships, planes and other equipment. Brady’s self-adhesive, preprinted wire markers worked on 100+ degree landing strips or flying through subzero temperatures at 37,000 feet.
Today, Brady is the culmination of more than a century of innovation at work. Trace Brady's roots from a small promotional company in Eau Claire, Wisconsin to a global leader of safety and identification products. Go to the Brady SA website...
Brady’s self-adhesive labels worked on 100+ degree landing strips or flying through subzero temperatures at 37000 feet