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Data Cinch (ok to change)
We are a manufacturer of industrial identification products such as nameplates, logo plates, data plates, panels, enclosures, membrane switches, touch screens, overlays and labels. We print graphics and text on most of our products. Our web site is http://holland1916.com/.
We have begun to embed RFID tags in our metal nameplates and offer a custom cable zip tie (see attached picture). We would like to brand the zip tie. Our initial name is Data Cinch, but we are flexible if you have a better idea. Key words are strong, rugged, durable, industrial, and flexible. Others refer to similar zip ties as security seals, but we are not using them for security purposes.
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The product contains an RFID tag for tracking an asset. The flexibility of the zip tie makes it easy to tag an asset. The metal cable and overall construction of the zip tie make it well-suited for harsh industrial applications where chemicals, abrasion, impact and weather are challenges.
The targeted audience are other businesses that have to track and identify lots of assets in harsh conditions and the consultants that work with those companies. Existing customers include oil & gas companies, wire rope (rigging) companies, and RFID integrators/consultants.
We want a logo that looks good when we print it on the zip tie.
The space is 3/4" tall and 3/8" wide and has an orange background.
The logo should be a single color and incorporate the letters RFID.