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Messe Düsseldorf GmbH
Postfach 101006
40001 Düsseldorf
Germany
Tel. +49 (0)221 / 45 60-01
Fax +49 (0)221 / 45 60-668
www.messe-duesseldorf.de
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Contents
1 Exhibitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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”9. septembar” d.o.o. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ACE di Barbui Davide & Figli S.r.l. . . . . . . . . . . .
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ACME MACHINERY (INDIA) PVT. LTD . . . . . . . .
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AFFELDT Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH . . . . . .
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Ahlbrandt System GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Air Motion Systems, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Albo System AB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ALCAT SRL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Alpha Converting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.10 AM spa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.11 AMK Arkadas Makina Kimya San. ve Tic. A. S. . . .
1.12 APOS - MAXIMA, s.r.o. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.13 Aps Engineering Ltd. & ILF Technologies . . . . . . .
1.14 Ashe Converting Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.15 Asitrade AG - Bobst Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.16 ATS-Tanner Banding Systems AG . . . . . . . . . . .
1.17 ATS-Tanner GmbH Banderoliersysteme . . . . . . . .
1.18 Avermann Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG . . . . .
1.19 AXODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.20 Aydin Makine Sanayi Ticaret Limited Sirketi . . . . .
1.21 Bachofen & Meier AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.22 Band’ALL International B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.23 Baumann Maschinenbau Solms GmbH & Co. KG . .
1.24 Baumer GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.25 Baumer hhs GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.26 Baumüller Anlagen-Systemtechnik GmbH & Co. KG
1.27 beck packautomaten GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . .
1.28 Bernhardt Maschinenbau OHG . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.29 Bickers GmbH Klebetechnik GLUEJET . . . . . . . .
1.30 BIEFFEBI SPA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.31 bielomatik Leuze GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . .
1.32 Bobst SA - Bobst Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.33 BOXPLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.34 Brandtjen and Kluge, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.35 Brodbeck Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG, Adolf . .
1.36 Buhrs-Fulfillment Systems BV . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.37 Buhrs-ITM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.38 Buhrs-Zaandam BV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Burcas Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BVM Brunner GmbH & Co. KG Verpackungsmaschinen
Bäuerle GmbH, Mathias . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BÖWE SYSTEC AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calvi & C. SAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CERATIZIT Austria GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cerutti Spirito Impianti Srl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chemline India Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COMAG Engineering GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONVERTEX Maschinen GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUPO TECH CO.,LTD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CURIONI SUN S.r.l. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cyklos v.d. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Daetwyler Max AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DCM GROUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Desta Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . .
DGT Dutch Graphic Trade B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DIENES WERKE für Maschinenteile GmbH & Co. KG .
Dimuken (GB) Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Domino Printing Sciences plc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dr. Hönle AG UV Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DRAABE Industrietechnik GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drent Goebel B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drohmann GmbH easycut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Duran Machinery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Durrer Spezialmaschinen AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dürselen GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EBERLE S.A.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Edale Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Edigit International Srl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eltete TPM Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EMSYS PaperTracing NV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Epic Products International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Erhardt + Leimer GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ESATEC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EskoArtwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ETI Converting Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eurocutter MZE Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG . . . .
Europrogetti Srl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EZturner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ferrarini & Benelli srl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fife-Tidland GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Flexo Wash ApS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265
Foellmer GmbH, Josef, Graphischer Maschinen- und Apparatebau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267
FOLDMASTER Multigraf AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269
Forbo Siegling GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 272
Fortuna Spezialmaschinen GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273
Fraser Anti-Static Techniques Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 274
FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc. (Spectra) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 277
Fujipla Europe B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 299
G.A.M.I. Kimya san. ve. tic. A.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300
Gallus Stanz- und Druckmaschinen GmbH / BHS Druck- und
Veredelungstechnik GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 301
Gandinnovations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 307
Gateway Bookbinding Systems Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 319
GBC Commercial Laminating Solution Group . . . . . . . . . 320
Gebr. Nadzeyka Maschinenbau GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . 334
Giardina Graphic S.r.l. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 336
Gietz AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 339
Global Graphic Equipment Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 341
GOEBEL Schneid- und Wickelsysteme GmbH . . . . . . . . . 343
Grafmaj AM Aneta Szczublinska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 346
Graphic Web Systems B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 347
Greve GmbH & Co. KG, Heinrich Maschinenbau . . . . . . . 353
Grützmacher System GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 355
GUK-Falzmaschinen Griesser & Kunzmann GmbH & Co. KG 358
Guschky & Tönnesmann GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . 359
Günther Business Solutions GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 360
Habasit AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 364
Hang GmbH, Constantin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 366
HANNECARD NV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 368
Heiber + Schröder Maschinenbau GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . 370
Heraeus Amba Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 372
Herzer Interflex GmbH Papierverarbeitungstechnik . . . . . . 373
Herzig GmbH, Arnold Radus Codiersysteme, RadusCard . . . 377
HIFLEX GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 379
Higher Shengli Printing Machinery Group Co., Ltd. . . . . . . 388
Hilsenberg GmbH, Heinrich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 392
HOBEMA Maschinenfabrik Hermann H. Raths GmbH & Co. KG394
HOLWEG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 396
HSM GmbH + Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 398
Hugo Beck GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400
Hunkeler Systeme AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 407
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I.E.S. International Expanding Shafts S.r.l. . . . . . . .
ICM MAKINA VE MUHENDISLIK LTD STI . . . . . . .
IGT Testing Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IKS Klingelnberg GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IMC Kukje Machinery Co. Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IMG Klett GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IMS DELTAMATIC S.p.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
inmaco bv Experts in paper forming . . . . . . . . . . .
Inpro Silkscreen Solutions B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INTERFACE S.r.l. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INX International Ink Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IST METZ GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Italdibipack Spa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ITW - H. Böhl - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JURMET Sp.z o.o. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kanefusa Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kempsmith Machine Co., Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kern AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Knorr Maschinenbau, Helmut . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kocher + Beck GmbH & Co. Rotationsstanztechnik KG
Kochsiek & NLI GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kohmann GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kompac GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kongskilde Industries A/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Krauß Software GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KRELUS AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KRIS S.R.L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kroenert GmbH & Co. KG Maschinenfabrik, Max . . .
Kugler-Womako GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KURZ Stiftung & Co. KG, Leonhard . . . . . . . . . . .
KÖRA-PACKMAT Maschinenbau GmbH . . . . . . . .
Körber PaperLink GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LAEM SYSTEM srl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lamina System AB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lasermax Roll Systems AB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Leary Ltd., W. H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mackenzie GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Macro Print Engineers India Pvt Ltd., M/S . . . . . . .
Madern International B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Marbach, Karl GmbH & Co. KG Stanzformtechnik . . .
MARIANI SAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MarquipWardUnited A Barry-Wehmiller Company . . .
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Masterwork Machinery Co., Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Matti Technology AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MBO Maschinenbau Oppenweiler Binder GmbH & Co. KG . .
MESSERSI PACKAGING SRL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MG Electric (Colchester) Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MGI Digital Graphic Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Michael Martin & Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Miller Graphics Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mimaki Europe B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MITEX GUMMIFABRIK Hans Knott GmbH . . . . . . . . . . .
ML System a/s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Monomatic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Morgana Systems Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Morof Vertriebs-GmbH, Markus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mosca AG, Gerd, Maschinenfabrik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MSK Verpackungs-Systeme GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multifeeder Technology, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multigraf AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multipack Srl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Mühlbauer AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Müller GmbH & Co. KG, Adolf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Müller Martini Marketing AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
N.I.R.A. S.r.l. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NBS AG Nickel Betriebsanlagen + Systeme . . . . . . . . . .
Neuenhauser Maschinenbau GmbH Division Vorwald Spannelemente . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OGIS Muhendislik san. tic. ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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packtech GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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palamides GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Pantone Europe GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Pfankuch Maschinen GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pfäffle Maschinenbau GmbH, Ernst . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PGM Paper Converting & Graphic Machines B.V. . . . . . . .
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ROPI - Rolf Pitzen Maschinen f. Papier- und Kartonagenverarbeitung . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
rotronic messgeräte gmbh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Schober GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Schönenberger GmbH, H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Senator Technology GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shanghai Dragon Printing Machinery Co., Ltd. . . . . . . . . .
Shanghai Purple Magna Machinery Co., Ltd. . . . . . . . . . .
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STAGO GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.269 Zechini Gra.For srl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ability, simple maintenance, simple and quick format changing from big number
of available formats.
Exhibitors
”9. septembar” d.o.o.
Address
max production speed: 2 x 300m/min 2000 pcs/min
Cacak - Konjeuici
32000 Cacak
Serbia
min and max serviettes format: 24 x 24 cm to 40 x 40 cm
reel diameter: 1250 mm
max speed of wrapping machine: 50 pack/min
Phone
0038-111-2322-745
Fax
0038-111-2322-385
Internet address
www.9septembar.co.yu
min and max pack height: 25 – 120 mm
installed power: 6 kW
compressed air consumption: 6 bar 500 l/min
serviettes counting: automatic
transport: automatic
E-Mail
[email protected]
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raw material: 1 x 18 g/m²; 2 x 17g/m²; 3 x 15g/m²
dimension of the machine: 8500 x 4400 mm
Additionalequipment
- printing section up to 3 colors
Product Overview
04.1465
”9. septembar” d.o.o.
- calander cylinders
- set for serviettes dimension changing
Paper serviette making machines
- tools for serviettes pack height changing
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- various kinds of embossing cylinders
Paper handkerchief making machines
- camera and device for printing quality monitoring
Product Details
04.1465
”9. septembar” d.o.o.
MACHINE FOR MANUFACTURING AND AUTOMATIC
WRAPPING
Paper serviette making machines
MACHINE FOR MANUFACTURING AND AUTOMATIC
WRAPPING
... OF SERVIETTES TYPE MO PAK 240-400/1000
... OF SERVIETTES TYPE 2 MO PAK 240-400/2000
Double napkin line was made in order to use maximum
capacity of new type wrapping machine. New in this line are two completely
independent production units that are automatically plugged in transporter for
loading the wrapping machine. Automatic wrapping machine features high reli-
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strip (fife), reliable and simple transport, and wrapping
machine – new generation result in high productivity and excellent quality of
wrapped serviettes.The line is made by different segments, which enable building the additional equipment in and can be designed for possibility of packing
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double pack 1 + 1
production capacity/min: 600 pcs (60 packs)
max production speed: 300 m/min 1000 pcs/min
handkerchiefs dimension: 200 x 220 mm
min and max serviettes format: 24 x 24 cm to 40 x 40 cm
standard number pcs/pack: 10
reel diameter: 1250 mm
reel width: 200 mm
max speed of wrapping machine: 50 pack/min
reel diameter: 1200 mm
min and max pack height: 25 – 120 mm
collective packs: 6, 8, 10
installed power: 6 kW
power supply: 4,5 kW
compressed air consumption: 6 bar 400 l/min
compressed air: 6 bar (400 l/min)
serviettes counting: automatic
raw material: 3 plies x 15 - 17g/m ²
transport: automatic
single wrapping material: polyethylene, PE
raw material: 1 x 18 g/m²; 2 x 17g/m²; 3 x 15g/m²
collective wrapping material: polypropylene, PP
dimension of the machine: 8500 x 2500 mm
dimension of machine: 5800 x 1900 mm
Additionalequipment
Additionalequipment
- printing section up to 3 colors
- printing section
- calander cylinders
- device for paper reel lifting
- set for serviettes dimension changing
- tools for collective wrapping
- tools for serviettes pack height changing
- various kinds of embossing cylinders
AUTOMATIC LINE FOR TISSUE HANDKERCHIEFS
- camera and device for printing quality monitoring
... MANUFACTURING AND WRAPPING TYPE 400/1200
04.1470
Paper handkerchief making machines
The line features simple operating, cheap maintenance
and high quality final product. This model is working
very successfully in more than 20 countries. It consists of: machine for production paper handkerchiefs and units for individual and collective packing.
The line is guided by last generation software and servo
drivers guarantee high precision in the production process. Automatic unwinded reel through precise sensors construction (fife), and
through new system for formatting of handkerchiefs go on double central cylinders. With theirs slow run, they provide ideal arranging of handkerchiefs and
with unerring separating, counting and transport, this way form pack they take
to the single packing unit, which with support of sensors and newest generation
servo drivers done single packing operation. Collective packing unit with newest
solutions gives quality wrapped pack which fulfil latest world market requests.
max capacity/min: 650 pcs
Rotary unwinder, maximal dimension of reel, automatic protection from stacking
AUTOMATIC LINE FOR TISSUE HANDKERCHIEF
... MANUFACTURING AND WRAPPING TYPE 200/650
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and and quick continuation of production enable maximum usage of installed
capacity.
ACE di Barbui Davide & Figli S.r.l.
Address
Via per Villa Cortese, 86
20025 Legnano
Italy
Phone
+39-0331404343
Fax
+39-0331400352
Internet address
http://www.ace-electrostatic.it
E-Mail
[email protected]
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max capacity/min: 1.200 pcs
production capacity/min: 1.100 pcs (110 packs)
handkerchiefs width: 200 – 220 mm
handkerchiefs length: 200 – 220 mm
standard number pcs/pack: 10
reel width: 400 – 440 mm
reel diameter: 1300 – 1800 mm
collective packs: 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 16, 18, 20, 24
power supply: 12 kW
compressed air: 6 bar (800 l/min)
raw material: 2 plies x 17g/m²; 3 plies x 15 - 17g/m²
single wrapping material: polyethylene, PE
Product Overview
ACE di Barbui Davide & Figli S.r.l.
collective wrapping material: polypropylene, PP
dimension of the machine: 9250 x 3270 mm
01.1310
Measuring and testing equipment
Additionalequipment
02.1275
Static eliminators / static control supplies
- rotary unwinder
02.1285
Dust removing equipment for printing presses
02.1565
Measuring and testing equipment
02.1605
Paper web moistening equipment
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Static eliminators / static control supplies
03.1450
Measuring and testing equipment
04.1200
Static eliminators / static control supplies
04.1430
Measuring and testing equipment
- calander section
- printing section
- device for paper reel lifting
- tools for collective wrapping
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Product Details
ACE di Barbui Davide & Figli S.r.l.
Product Overview
04.1200
ACME MACHINERY (INDIA) PVT. LTD
Static eliminators / static control supplies
02.1550
Ruling machines
03.1155
Book manufacturing lines
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1605
Box making machines, carton making machines
04.1770
Corrugated board converting machines
Systems
A vast choice of systems to eliminate and create ad
hoc static electricity (when required), position ACE at
the highest level of the sector in terms of range offered,
technology and efficiency of devices, making it a first
choice partner at international level for companies requiring superior quality problem-solving equipment.
ACME MACHINERY (INDIA) PVT. LTD
Address
Product Details
G-16 Shalimar Industrial Estate,Next to TATA Power
House,Matunga(West).MUMBAI
400019 Mumbai
India
Phone
+91-22-24038823
Fax
+91-22-24037270
Internet address
www.acmeindia.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
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ACME MACHINERY (INDIA) PVT. LTD
Folding and glueing machines
Carton Folder & Gluer Machine
It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
Carton Folder & Gluer Machinery
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It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
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Carton Folder and Gluer Machine
Carton Folding & Gluing Machine
It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
Carton Folder and Gluer Machinery
Folder & Gluer for Cartons
It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
Carton Folder Gluer
Folding & Gluing Machine
It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
Carton Folder Gluer Machine
Folding & Gluing Machinery
It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
It is a folding cum gluing machine for the manufacture of cartons in packaging of Pharmaceuticals Products, Food Stuffs,
detergents and many other products. Highly versatile, dependable and capable of making large range of cartons, with
tuck in type or automatic lock bottoms.
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Corrugation Machineries
Box making machines, carton making machines
Two ply Combind Corrugating MachineAttached with Rotary
Sheet Cutter. Flexo Board Printer, Creaser, Slotter Single /
Two / Three Four Colour. Oblique Single Facer With Rotary
Sher. Vertical Type Single Face Paper Corrugating Machine.
Oblique Type Single Face Paper Corrugating Machine. 3 /
5 Ply Combind Automatic Paper Corrugated Board Making
Plant. Platen Punching Machine. Bar Creasing and Slitting.
Board Cutter. Board Printer. Rotary Shear.
Box Making Machinery
Two ply Combind Corrugating MachineAttached with Rotary
Sheet Cutter. Flexo Board Printer, Creaser, Slotter Single /
Two / Three Four Colour. Oblique Single Facer With Rotary
Sher. Vertical Type Single Face Paper Corrugating Machine.
Oblique Type Single Face Paper Corrugating Machine. 3 /
5 Ply Combind Automatic Paper Corrugated Board Making
Plant. Platen Punching Machine. Bar Creasing and Slitting.
Board Cutter. Board Printer. Rotary Shear.
AFFELDT Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH
Corrugated Box Making MachineriesTwo ply Combind Corrugating MachineAttached with Rotary
Sheet Cutter. Flexo Board Printer, Creaser, Slotter Single /
Two / Three Four Colour. Oblique Single Facer With Rotary
Sher. Vertical Type Single Face Paper Corrugating Machine.
Oblique Type Single Face Paper Corrugating Machine. 3 /
5 Ply Combind Automatic Paper Corrugated Board Making
Plant. Platen Punching Machine. Bar Creasing and Slitting.
Board Cutter. Board Printer. Rotary Shear.
Corrugated Paper Board Making Machinery
Two ply Combind Corrugating MachineAttached with Rotary
Sheet Cutter. Flexo Board Printer, Creaser, Slotter Single /
Two / Three Four Colour. Oblique Single Facer With Rotary
Sher. Vertical Type Single Face Paper Corrugating Machine.
Oblique Type Single Face Paper Corrugating Machine. 3 /
5 Ply Combind Automatic Paper Corrugated Board Making
Plant. Platen Punching Machine. Bar Creasing and Slitting.
Board Cutter. Board Printer. Rotary Shear.
Address
Altendeich 14
25335 Neuendorf
Germany
Phone
+49 4121 296-0
Fax
+49 4121 296-148
Internet address
http://www.affeldt.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Company News
04/15/2008
AFFELDT Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH
Affeldt hits the ground running with new partners
Affeldt Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH has been at home in the packaging
industry for almost 40 years. This started with the construction of an applesorting machine for the apple growers in Schleswig-Holstein’s Elbmarsch near
Elmshorn. Today the business is known across the world in the agricultural and
fruit-growing industry for its range of machines for the weighing and packaging
sectors.
Barely a year ago, Affeldt was sold by its founder, Jörn Affeldt, as part of a
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planned handing over of the business. The new partners, Martin Köppert and
Roland Kordt have taken over a successful and globally-active business.
Product Details
The partners will be subjecting the business to further intensive development.
For the construction and development divisions, an investment has just been
made in an ultra-modern 3D CAD system. The development of machines has
been separated from the bespoke construction business and is now being run
as a separate entity. New development projects have been started and others
are in preparation. For Affeldt’s customers, this means that, in future, improved
machines with even greater cost-effectiveness will be available. In conjunction
with the tried and tested after sales service from the domain of the packaging
specialists from North Germany, this will be of genuine advantage to customers.
The Affeldt sales and service network will be more densely concentrated worldwide. This way, we will penetrate future growth markets by means of our highlydeveloped products and gain new customers.
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So Affeldt has given itself a lot to do for the future, if it is to supply the worldwide
market for its area of expertise with cutting-edge technology Made in Germany.
Product Overview
AFFELDT Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH
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Data archiving
03.1320
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
03.1325
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Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
AVN RA 31
Der Deckblattaufleger AVN RA 31 vereinzelt die in das Magazin
eingelegten Deckblätter und legt ein Blatt ohne Berührung auf
dem Produktstapel ab. Die Vereinzelung erfolgt von unten über
eine Vakuumsaug- und Greifereinrichtung.
Vorteile:
Der Aufleger ist ausgerüstet mit einer Doppelbogenkontrolle, die
sicherstellt, dass exakt ein Deckblatt aufgelegt wird. Das automatische Auflegen auf unterschiedlich hohe Stapel erfolgt durch
einen Pneumatikstempel.
Ahlbrandt System GmbH
Address
Altebergstraße 23-27
36341 Lauterbach
Germany
Foil sealing machines
Phone
+49-6641970-0
03.1610
Shrink film packaging equipment
Fax
+49-6641970-50
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
Internet address
http://www.ahlbrandt.de
04.1270
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
E-Mail
[email protected]
04.1275
Foil sealing machines
Stand
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04.1645
Shrink film packaging equipment
04.1745
Mailroom equipment for printed products
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Product Overview
Surface treatment systems
Ahlbrandt System GmbH
AS Corona Star
02.1080
Coating machines and devices
02.1285
Dust removing equipment for printing presses
02.1583
Surface treatment systems
02.1605
Paper web moistening equipment
Generator TG 3000 series: Most homogeneous corona
field , due to software adjusted pulse and frequency
modulation. Easy to handle touch screen panel, for long distance view, with
quick error location and set up storage.
02.1880
Dryers
04.1730
03.1070
Coating machines and devices
03.1670
Dryers
04.1080
Coating machines and devices
04.1443
Surface treatment systems
04.1730
Dryers
Corona stations: High quality corona stations, customized designed with ceramic-, metal or segment-type
electrodes.
Dryers
AD Drying Star
Hot air dryers with reduced energy consumption for drying of printed films and paper.
Air Motion Systems, Inc.
Product Details
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Ahlbrandt System GmbH
Address
6833 Joyce St.
Arvada, CO 80007
USA
Phone
+1-303-277-1162
Fax
+1-303-277-1163
Internet address
http://www.airmotionsystems.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Coating machines and devices
AS Spray Star
Rotor Spray System for nano coatings and finishings
to generate surface properties like anti-fog and antistatic.
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Company News
06/10/2008
Air Motion Systems, Inc.
AMS Launches P3 UV on World Stage at drupa 2008
June 1, 2008 - Dusseldorf, Germany — Air Motion Systems (AMS), a leading North American manufacturer of high performance UV curing systems,
IR/Thermal Air drying systems and related accessories for the printing industry, introduced its third-generation P3 UV system to the global market at drupa
2008.
The P3 marks a significant milestone in the ongoing transition to UV printing
taking place in the graphic arts industry. At Graph Expo 2007, the P3 system
was the only technology in the UV Coating and Curing category to earn a coveted
”Worth-A-Look” award in the independent “Must See ’Ems” recognition program
sponsored by the North American Graphic Arts Show Company (GASC).
“With P3 we are solving the long-term durability and energy questions associated
with UV in order to further the adoption of this fantastic, environmentally friendly
printing technology,” notes Steve Metcalf, President and CEO, AMS. “Our goal
is to increase the ease and availability of UV production – and at the same time
reduce energy costs and carbon emissions for printers. In short, P3 is designed
to accelerate the delivery of UV’s revolutionary benefits to the graphic communications industry while saving thousands of dollars annually from printers’ bottom
lines.”
The P3 UV System introduces a host of new patent-pending features designed to
make UV printing easier than ever. Engineering achievements further increase
the durability and performance of UV curing on the press and include multi-axial
“MAX” motion designed to maximize thermal durability of moving components,
”self-healing” shutters that guarantee self-alignment of reflectors in the face of
ongoing physical stress in the printing process, and “in-line anodes” that protect
against water corrosion of internal components. The new P3 features combine
the existing flexibility, efficiency and ease-of-use features pioneered by Air Motion Systems more than eight years ago to create the world’s most advanced
in-line UV system.
“UV systems have had a reputation for decreasing press life and creating unnecessary downtime, all factors that cost money and limit UV’s true potential. With
P3, we are departing from these concerns and providing a ‘bulletproof’ solution
to the next generation of UV printers.”
ABOUT AIR MOTION SYSTEMS, INC.
Air Motion Systems, based in Arvada, Colorado designs and manufactures nextgeneration UV curing systems, IR / Hot Air dryers and related accessories that
can be found at some of the world’s leading sheetfed and web offset printing and
packaging companies. AMS recently announced the launch of its 3rd-generation
P3 UV™ system, an award-winning product that features the most advanced,
flexible UV curing technology available today, making UV adoption by offset
printers easier and more reliable than ever. Air Motion Systems is the producing sponsor of Print UV, the industry’s first conference dedicated to UV printing.
For more information visit www.airmotionsystems.com.
Print UV and PrintUV.com are trademarks of the newly formed Print UV Association. To learn more, visit www.printuv.com.
Product Overview
Air Motion Systems, Inc.
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03.1670
Dryers
02.1880
Dryers
In addition, the P3 UV System is equipped with enhanced “double-parabolic reflection” geometry shown to reduce UV electrical energy consumption up to 45
percent over comparable UV systems, resulting in a significant savings in annual kilowatt hours and operating costs for printers, and helping them to further
reduce their carbon footprint. These findings are backed by actual experiences
reported by a number of heavy AMS UV system users in North America.
“Our first P3 installations at printers in North America have been nothing short of
astounding” remarks Hans Ulland, AMS Co-founder and Executive VP of Sales.
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is very proud of having AM-Tryck and Reklam as our customer!
Albo System AB
Swedish / Svenska
Address
Tryckarevägen 8
434 37 Kungsbacka
Sweden
Phone
+46-300566-260
Fax
+46-300566-270
Internet address
http://www.albo.se
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Company News
12/13/2007
AM-TRYCK OCH REKLAM i Hässleholm valde Albo System’s halvautomatiska
pallvändare AS1000
AM-Tryck är ett modernt fullservice tryckeri med 30-talet anställda och förstaklassig utrustning. I samband med investeringar i ny tryckpress och utbyggnation
behövdes materialflödet ses över. Då befintlig utrustning inte räckte till för de nya
behoven valde AM-Tryck att investera i en pallvändare med högsta kvalitet och
som kunde möta AM-Trycks behov till fullo.
I valet av pallvändare tittade AM-Tryck särskilt noga på kvalitet, funktionalitet
och möjlighet att hantera tunnare ark av papper och därför känns jättekul att
de valde Albo System’s halvautoamtiska lösning. Hos den här pallvändaren är
användarvänligheten och funktionen utvecklad till det yttersta för att möte de
mest kräsna kunderna säger Eliza Hjortsjö, på Albo System.
Albo System AB
AM-Tryck och Reklam in Hässleholm, Sweden chose
Albo System Semi Automatic Pile Turner AS1000.
AM-Tryck is a modern full service printing house with around 30 employees and
machinery of top class. When investing in new machinery in order to increase
the capacity of the company it became clear that AM-Tryck needed an optimized
surrounding workflow and material handling as well. The study showed that a
new pile turner would be needed in order to avoid bottle necks and to keep the
new high production printing press going at full speed.
When evaluating pile turners on the market some of the most critical aspects
were quality, functionality and possibility to handle thinner sheets of paper. The
result showed that a pile turner from Albo System was best corresponding to the
full service pile turner solution that AM-Tryck was looking for.
AM-Tryck’s choose the Albo System pile turner AS1000 which is made for sheets
up to 75 x 105cm paper board or corrugated material on EUR pallet. The machine is handled with one control only and has a motorised turntable and a completely programmable aerating and jogging system. In order to be able to centre
the pile on the pallet, the machine is equipped with a easy to adjust side guide.
AM-Trycks pallvändare är anpassad för ark upp till 75 x 105cm på EUR pall.
Förutom att maskinen manövreras med en enda kontroll har maskinen motoriserat vändbord, programmerbar luftningsstyrka, vibrationsstyrka och luftningshastighet. För att enkelt kunna centrera ark på pallen är AM-Trycks pallvändare
utrustad med en lättmanövrerad och funktionell Flexlinjal.
Enbart en vändning tar med AM-Trycks maskin ca 30 sekunder men om arken
dessutom skall luftas och jämnas tar det ytterligare någon minut eller två.
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Albo System at DRUPA 2008 - Find all you need to
know here!
For DRUPA 2008 - Albo System has put together a special DRUPA site where
you as a visitor will find much useful information, such as how to use the DRUPA
portal, our location in the Messe Dusseldorf area and how you can find more
information about our different pile turner models. There are many news to be
discovered - so make sure that you are fully prepared!
To be the first to know: Come and see us at DRUPA 2008!
Visit Albo System’s DRUPA site! http://www.albo.se
A simple turning in AM-Tryck’s new pile turner will take just 30 seconds. If aerating and jogging is necessary it will take one or two minutes more. Albo System
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120x160cm 130x185cm
Product Overview
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Albo System AB
At DRUPA 2008 you will see several examples of our standard models.
Static eliminators / static control supplies
Albo System Semi Automatic Pile Turners.
02.1285
Dust removing equipment for printing presses
02.1835
Pile turners
03.1665
04.1690
Semi Automatic indicates something in between automatic and manual - so what does it mean?
Pile turners
Semi Automatic means a motorized turntable with programmable functions. The
operator needs to be present during the turning sequence.
Pile turners
Product Details
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Semi Automatic solutions.(Load turner, Pallet turner,
Pallet exchanger, Skid turner, Jogger aerator, Stapelwender)
Albo System AB
We have semi automatic models for the following sheet sizes 54x74cm 74x104cm
104x144cm 120x160cm 130x185cm 151 x 205cm 160 x 330cm
Visit us at DRUPA 2008 and we will tell you how simple your life as an pile turner
operator can be and how much time you can save with the Albo System semi
automatic models!
Pile turners
Albo System Manual Pile Turners.
Manual Solutions. (Load turner, Pallet turner, Pallet exchanger, Skid turner, Jogger aerator, Stapelwender).
Fully Automatic Pile Turners
Fully automatic pile turners means pile turners that operates all by them selves after pressing a start button.
When comparing pile turners from different manufacture we recommend that you start looking at the level
of automation.
Since the machine is operation all by it self it will need
a surrounding security system.
Albo System offers manual, semi automatic and fully automatic pile turners.
What manual includes- is defined by the manufacture. There are for example
pile turners that are said to be of high level of automation - but compared Albo
System models only are manual.
Therefore - ask what the manufacture really means - Otherwise you might end
up with an automatic pile turner that according to Albo System classification only
would be manual.
So - What is really manual for Albo System ?
The answer is easy - manual means manually rotated table.
We have fully automatic models for the following sheet
sizes 74 x 104 cm 104 x 144 cm 120 x 160 cm 130 x
185 cm 151 x 205 cm 160 x 330 cm
In-line Pile Turners from Albo System
A part from our standard machines, Albo System also provides in-line solutions
for those customer who need continous feeding. In-line can be provided in any
size and with different levels of automation - all based on customer requiremneters.
In-line solutiions are normally supplied with roller conveyors or platstic lamellas.
Albo System offers several differnt manual models - just to fit customer needs
exactly.
Let Albo System help you find the right solution!
We will gladly help you to find which of the manual models - or which other model
that best would fit your needs.
We have manual models for the following sizes 54x74cm 74x104cm 104x144cm
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ALCAT SRL
Alpha Converting
Address
Via Grandi, 12/14
15033 Casale Monferrato/AL
Italy
Address
5 Darlington Close
Sandy SG19 1RW
United Kingdom
Phone
+39-0142478-564
Phone
+44-1767692244
Fax
+39-0142478-110
Fax
+44-1767691793
Internet address
http://www.alcat-it.com
Internet address
http://www.alpha-converting.co.uk
E-Mail
[email protected]
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Stand
Hall 06, D03 (Page 938)
Product Overview
04.1080
ALCAT SRL
Coating machines and devices
Product Details
04.1080
ALCAT SRL
Coating machines and devices
Product Overview
Alpha Converting
03.1415
Slitting and cross cutting machines
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
04.1775
Winders
Coating machines
extrusion coating and laminating machine
Product Details
04.1560
Alpha Converting
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
ALPHATWIN Slitter
The ALPHATWIN slitter rewinder is a twin shaft rewinder
with cantilevered differential winding,shafts. The machine is available with automatic knife setting for quick
job change. The rewind cores are positioned by a laser
which automatically sets to the same position as the slitting knives. A range of separate and integrated shaftless and shafted unwinds are available. Web widths to 2000mm and operating
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speeds to 600MPM
Product Overview
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Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
AM spa
01.1245
Holographic systems
ALPHAREEL winders are available for a wide range
of unwinding and rewinding applications. Cantilevered
winders 300-800mm wide Shaftless or shafted winders
to 300mm wide and 1600mm diameter. Automatic
winders for inline or offline applications
02.1055
Web inspection systems
02.1205
Printing and die-cutting machines, automated
(combined)
04.1775
02.1305
Labelling machines for printed products
02.1400
Flexographic presses, sheetfed presses
02.1530
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
02.1540
Slitting and cross cutting machines
02.1635
Hot stamping machines
02.1825
Die-cutting machines
02.1930
Security printing machines
03.1415
Slitting and cross cutting machines
03.1610
Shrink film packaging equipment
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
04.1555
Combination creasing, scoring, slitting and cross
cutting machines
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
Shaftless variable width unwinds
Winders
ALPHAMATIC Winders
ALPHAMATIC winders are available for a wide range of
rewinding applications. Manual or fully automatic. Automatic winders options include core loading, roll closure,
labelling, bagging ro box loading. Automatic winders for
inline or offline applications.
AM spa
Address
Via J. Linussio, 1
33020 Amaro
Italy
Phone
+39-0433486-254
Fax
+39-0433486-257
Internet address
http://www.am-laser.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 10, A71 (Page 954)
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AM spa
Combination creasing, scoring, slitting and cross cutting machines
PAPERONE
PAPERONE è il più innovativo sistema LASER CO2 per fustellare, tagliare, microforare, incidere, decolorare e marcare fogli di carta o cartoncino nei vari
formati UNI ISO e inoltre carta gommata, siliconata, diversi materiali accoppiati, PP, OPP, PET. PAPERONE semplificando ed unificando diverse lavorazioni, è in assoluto lo strumento più flessibile e veloce per realizzare MICROPACKAGING e sofisticati ART-WORKS ( brochure aziendali – promozionali –
calendari – biglietti augurali – locandine promozionali –cartelli vetrina – buste),
con dettagli irraggiungibili dalle tradizionali PAPERONE è l’unico in grado di
eseguire, perfettamente a registro e contemporaneamente, tutte le varie operazioni sia per un singolo campione che per lotti, garantendo un elevato grado
di produttività e accuratezza oltre a vasta flessibilità d’impiego con numerosi
campi di applicazione. Grazie ad un veloce, preciso e capiente mettifoglio è in
grado d’alimentare fogli di formati diversi a partire da A4 fino al 50 x 70 cm con
grammature da 120 fino a 300 gr/m2. PAPERONE è dotato di un raffinato sistema di trasporto a tappeto che rende possibile l’avanzamento preciso del foglio
fustellato per agevolare l’evacuazione e la raccolta dello sfrido. Inoltre le diverse
possibilità di scarico (anche automatiche) permettono di partire dal foglio 50 x
70 cm ed ottenere il prodotto finito secondo diversi formati.
PAPERONE
PAPERONE is the most innovative CO2 LASER system for die-cutting, microperforating, piercing, engraving, bleaching and marking paper sheets or cardboard in UNI ISO sizes and, furthermore, gum-coated paper, many combined
materials, PP, OPP, PET. PAPERONE simplifying and unifying different processing is absolutely the most flexible and fastest machine to carry out complex
die-cutting for MICRO-PACKAGING and fine ART-WORKS (company brochures
– promotional – document cases – greeting cards – leaflets – pinstriped paper –
posters ), with details unreachable by traditional die-cutting machines. PAPERONE is the only system able to do perfectly at register and simultaneously, all
work phases performing a single sample or batch ensuring high productivity and
accuracy, besides a wide flexibility in many application fields. Thanks to a fast,
accurate and capacious feeder it can feed many different sizes from A4 up to 50
x 70 cm and thickness from 120 up to 300 grs/m2. PAPERONE is fitted out with
an advanced belt conveyor to manage with high accuracy the die-cut sheets,
removing and collecting the scraps. Thanks to different unloading options (also
automatic) it is possible, starting from a 50x70 cm sheet, to obtain the finished
product in different sizes.
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Die-cutting machines
ANTARES
ANTARES is the easiest and most flexible CO2 LASER system to die-cutting,
kiss-cutting, micro-perforating and marking operations onto sheet (several UNI
ISO formats), paper (gum-silicon coated ones), thin cardboard materials, such
as ABS, PC, PP, OPP, PET, AL (even coupled), an so on. ANTARES is the
only one capable of carrying out perfectly at register and simultaneously all
laser processings at printing register, ensuring a maximum accuracy further to
a broad utilization flexibility in different applications. Thanks to a double work
plan, laser can process during loading and unloading manual operations done
by operator. Double work plan loads different format sheet starting from A4
to two 50 cm [19.69”] x 70 cm [27.56”] simultaneously. ANTARES combines
the performances of a normal cutting laser plotter with a swift galvanometric
system, achieving high production speeds and quality onto 50 cm [19.69”] x
70 cm [27.56”] work areas, making it the most flexible and quickest system to
die-cutting and marking processings for graphics, electronics (membrane keyboards), cartographic sector.
ANTARES
ANTARES è il più semplice e flessibile sistema LASER CO2 per fustellare, eseguire il mezzo-taglio, microforare e marcare materiali in foglio (nei vari formati
UNI ISO), di carta (anche gommata, siliconata), cartoncino, diversi materiali,
come ABS, PC, PP, OPP, PET, AL (anche accoppiati), ecc. ANTARES è l’unico
in grado di eseguire, perfettamente a registro e contemporaneamente, tutte le
varie lavorazioni laser a registro di stampa, garantendo massima accuratezza
oltre ad una vasta flessibilità d’impiego in diversi campi di applicazione. Grazie
al doppio piano di lavoro, il laser può lavorare durante le operazioni manuali di
carico e scarico, effettuate dall’operatore. Il doppio piano di lavoro può ospitare
fogli di formati diversi a partire da A4 fino a due 50 x 70 cm contemporaneamente. ANTARES unisce le prestazioni di un normale plotter laser da taglio ad
un veloce sistema galvanometrico, ottenendo elevate velocità di produzione e
qualità su aree di lavoro 50 x 70 cm, tali da renderlo in assoluto lo strumento più
flessibile e veloce per realizzare complesse fustellature e marcature per i settori
delle arti grafiche, elettronico (tastiere a membrana), cartotecnico, ecc.
BLACKSTAR
BLACKSTAR In modern labelling different used materials demand the use of
technologies more and more specialized and innovative during varied process
phases full of high-added-value surface treatments. An important aspect is represented by flexible codification of variable data, mostly carried out by ink-jet
systems not allowing permanent codifications and having highest management
and running costs due to materials and continuing maintenance. LASER tech-
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nology ensures a permanent codification without graphic limitations and a great
cost reduction, excellent for small fragmented lots and big productions. Most
evident benefits of laser technology are a permanent codification on any material and highest operative flexibility allowing to change real-time, texts, graphics,
barcodes, data matrix, and more customized codifications, giving way to new
labelling applicative frontiers to beverage, food, pharmaceutical, electronic and
fashion sectors. BLACKSTAR is the faster and multipurpose laser marking system available on market, capable of marking even onto foils, holo-graphics, PVC
and specific acrylic materials (Acos, Tesa, Schreiner, 3M and so on). Besides it
can be configured with different powers depending on needed productivity.
BLACKSTAR
BLACKSTAR Nel labelling moderno, i diversi materiali utilizzati richiedono l’utilizzo
di tecnologie sempre più specializzate ed innovative nelle varie fasi del processo, ormai ricco di trattamenti superficiali ad alto valore aggiunto.
Un aspetto importante è la codifica flessibile di dati variabili, eseguita perlopiù
con sistemi ink-jet, che non permettono codifiche permanenti e che hanno elevati
costi di gestione dovuti ai materiali di consumo ed alla continua manutenzione.
La tecnologia LASER, garantisce una codifica permanente e senza limiti grafici,
con notevole riduzione dei costi, eccellente per i piccoli lotti frammentati e per
le grandi produzioni. I vantaggi più evidenti della tecnologia laser sono la codifica permanente su qualsiasi materiale ed una elevata flessibilità operativa, che
permette di modificare in tempo reale testi, grafiche, codici a barre o data matrix ed altre codifiche personalizzate, aprendo di fatto nuove frontiere applicative
al labelling per i settori beverage, alimentare, farmaceutico, elettronico, fashion
ecc. BLACKSTAR è il marcatore laser più veloce e polivalente sul mercato, può
marcare anche su foils olografici, PVC e specifici materiali acrilici (Acos, Tesa,
Schreiner, 3M, ecc). Può essere inoltre configurato con diverse potenze, in funzione della produttività richiesta.
DIAMOND
DIAMOND is a CO2 LASER system combinable with any type and format of
digital printers in order to carry out cutting and marking laser processings. It
is the easiest, most flexible and cheapest system to carry out embellishments
onto bobbin and at print register. Laser straight intervention onto fabric or print
enables an infinite range of applications and embellishments onto different materials, like natural, synthetic or technical fabrics. Furthermore, a plurality of
different processings encompassing cutting, perforating, marking, fading, tearing operations can be streamlined and combined each other even on coupled,
stretch fabrics, lycra, imitated leather and so on. DIAMOND is a modular system easily adaptable to all dimensions of most diffused printers on the market.
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used onto high-productivity printers even 24h a day. System flexibility, laser
complete compatibility with water/solvent-based inks enables to meet various
needs: cutting, micro-perforation and embellishment onto small items, underwear and swimwear, technical apparel up to curtains. DIAMOND is available
with a working plan to test operations onto materials and/or processings direct
onto finished or semi-processed garments. As optional an unwinding/winding
system to laser-processed bobbin is available.
DIAMOND
DIAMOND è un sistema LASER CO2 , abbinabile a qualsiasi tipo e formato
di stampante digitale, per effettuare lavorazioni laser di taglio e marcatura. E’
il sistema laser più facile, flessibile ed economico per realizzare abbellimenti
direttamente sulla bobina ed a registro con la stampa. L’intervento del laser
direttamente sul tessuto o sulla stampa permette un’infinita gamma di applicazioni ed arricchimenti su diversi materiali come tessuti naturali, sintetici e tecnici. Inoltre è possibile ottimizzare ed unire fra loro una molteplicità di diverse
lavorazioni (tagliare, perforare, marcare, decolorare, stramare, ecc.) anche su
materiali come accoppiati, elasticizzati, lycra, finta pelle, ecc. DIAMOND è un
sistema modulare che si adatta facilmente a tutte le dimensioni delle stampanti
più diffuse sul mercato. Grazie alla rapidità di esecuzione ed all’assenza di
manutenzione, può essere impiegato su stampanti ad elevata produttività, anche 24h su 24h. La flessibilità del sistema, la piena compatibilità del laser con
inchiostri a base acqua o solvente, permettono di rispondere alle esigenze più
diverse: taglio, micro-perforazione ed abbellimento su piccoli inserti, sull’intimo
e moda mare, sul capo tecnico, fino ai tendaggi. DIAMOND viene fornito con
un piano di lavoro per effettuare test su materiali e/o lavorazioni direttamente
sul capo finito o sul semilavorato. Come opzione è disponibile un sistema di
svolgimento/avvolgimento per la bobina lavorata a laser.
HOLOMARK
HOLOMARK is the marking system expressly realized to permanent variable
codification of holographic material on bobbin. The hologram is the printing
product of maximum intrinsic security, since its originality guarantee is due to
the essentiality of design, origination and production processes. Today’s sophistication level of holographic patches demands the utilization of even more specialized and innovative technologies during different process phases, from base
material to finished product, full of high-added-value surface treatments. Laser
marking is the only way to realize permanent codifications of very good graphic
quality, avoiding maintenance costs and consumption typical of ink jet technology. Growing need to certificate the products’ original provenance, makes holographic patches even more widespread and personalized. The introduction of
variable data on each patch increases the security, since laser codification becomes a permanent anti-counterfeiting element. HOLOMARK, thanks to inter-
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action of laser light with a wide materials range, allows to realize every patch
personalization, without limits, changing in real time logos, texts, graphics, alphanumeric codes, bar codes or data-matrix, originated by external DATABASE
too, transferred by other computers. LASER technology brings a series of indisputable benefits such as an high operative flexibility with highly reduced set-up
times, besides to the possibility to operate on standard semi-processed, adaptable in real time to different customers’ requests. Furthermore, through the particular SWS option, it is possible to realize SHIM’ direct personalization, assuring
a wider operative flexibility together with a considerable costs reduction.
HOLOMARK
HOLOMARK è il sistema di marcatura laser espressamente realizzato per la
codifica variabile permanente su materiale olografico in bobina. L‘ologramma è
il prodotto di stampa di massima sicurezza intrinseca in quanto la sua garanzia
di originalità è dovuta all’essenzialità dei processi di design, originazione e produzione. L’odierno livello di sofisticazione delle patch olografiche richiede l’utilizzo
di tecnologie sempre più specializzate ed innovative durante le varie fasi del
processo, dal materiale base al prodotto finito, ormai ricco di trattamenti superficiali ad alto valore aggiunto. La marcatura laser è il solo modo di realizzare
codifiche permanenti di ottima qualità grafica evitando inoltre i costi di manutenzione e consumo tipici della tecnologia ink jet. Il crescente bisogno di certificare la provenienza originale dei prodotti, rende le patch olografiche sempre
più diffuse e personalizzate. L’introduzione di dati variabili sulla singola patch
ne aumenta la sicurezza, in quanto la codifica laser diventa un elemento permanente di anticontraffazione. HOLOMARK, grazie alla interazione della luce
laser con una ampia gamma di materiali, permette di realizzare la personalizzazione di ogni singola patch, senza limiti , modificando in tempo reale loghi,
testi, grafiche, codici alfanumerici, codici a barre o data-matrix, anche provenienti da DATABASE esterni trasferiti da altri computer. La tecnologia LASER
apporta una serie di indiscutibili vantaggi quale una elevata flessibilità operativa
con tempi di set-up ridottissimi, oltre alla possibilità di poter operare sui semilavorati standard adattabili in tempo reale alle diverse esigenze dei clienti. Inoltre,
tramite la particolare opzione SWS, è possibile realizzare la personalizzazione
diretta degli SHIM, garantendo una più ampia flessibilità operativa unitamente
ad una sensibile riduzione dei costi.
LABELR2R
LABELR2R In modern labelling different used materials and more and more
elaborated shapes for labels demand the use of more and more specialized and
innovative technologies during several process phases from raw material to finished one full of high—added-value surface treatments. Die-cutting represents
an important aspect of finishing process, mostly solved by mechanical wholly
solutions aiming exclusively at big volumes, while about small-medium ones
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LASER technology has emerged as innovative solution in case of requests of
fragmented and just in time lots further to a continuing cost reduction. In this
strip of market, LASER technology brings a series of indisputable benefits such
as die-cut pieces elimination, a major use and shape flexibility, a set-up rapidity,
the capacity of processing onto different material typologies with automatedregister feeling groups as well as the possibility to process both inline and outline with printing group. Further benefits of laser technology are represented by
highest operative flexibility and shortest and reduced assembling times further
to the possibility of processing onto customer’s semi-processed at continuous
obsolescence risks, changing in real-time, texts, graphics, bar codes or data
matrix up to anti-counterfeiting element insertion. LABELR2R enables to carry
out sophisticated and complex die-cutting, cutting, marking, progressive codification, micro-perforation and indentation process, unreachable through present
mechanical die-cutting systems, giving way to labelling new applicative frontiers
to beverage, food, pharmaceutical, electronic, RFID, fashion sectors and so on.
LABELR2R can be also equipped with CO2 double source to get high productivity, or configured with laser CO2 combined with Nd:Yag laser in order to carry
out die-cutting and marking operations with no limit of material; besides it allows
getting special chromatic effects thanks to interaction of laser two typologies with
a broad range of organic, synthetic, coatings and ink materials.
LABELR2R
LABELR2R Nel labelling moderno, i diversi materiali utilizzati e le forme sempre
più complesse per le etichette, richiedendo l’utilizzo di tecnologie sempre più
specializzate ed innovative nelle varie fasi del processo dal materiale grezzo al
prodotto finito, ormai ricco di trattamenti superficiali di alto valore aggiunto. Un
aspetto importante del processo di finishing è la fustellatura, risolta perlopiù da
soluzioni completamente meccaniche orientate quasi esclusivamente ai grossi
volumi mentre nei piccoli-medi volumi si è affermata la tecnologia LASER, quale
innovativa soluzione allorquando vengano richiesti lotti frammentati e just in time
oltre che una continua riduzione dei costi. In questa fascia di mercato la tecnologia LASER, apporta una serie di indiscutibili vantaggi quali l’eliminazione delle
fustelle, una maggiore flessibilità di utilizzo e di forme, una rapidità di set-up,
la capacità di operare su diverse tipologie di materiali, con gruppi di alimentazione a registro automatici, nonché la possibilità di operare sia fuori linea che
in linea con il gruppo di stampa. Ulteriori elementi a vantaggio della tecnologia
laser sono una elevata flessibilità operativa e tempi di attrezzaggio ridottissimi,
oltre alla possibilità di poter operare sui semilavorati del cliente, a continuo rischio di obsolescenza, modificando in tempo reale testi, grafiche, codici a barre
o data matrix, fino a poter inserire elementi di anticontraffazione. LABELR2R
permette di realizzare in un unico passaggio sofisticate e complesse geometrie
di mezzo-taglio, taglio, marcatura, codifica progressiva, microforatura, dentellatura impensabili con le attuali fustellatrici meccaniche, aprendo di fatto nuove
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frontiere applicative al labelling per i settori beverage, alimentare, farmaceutico,
elettronico, RFID, fashion ecc. LABELR2R può essere inoltre equipaggiato con
doppia sorgente CO2, per ottenere elevate produttività, oppure configurato con
laser CO2 abbinato a laser Nd:Yag, per eseguire operazioni di fustellatura e
marcatura senza limiti di materiali , e per ottenere speciali effetti cromatici grazie alla interazione delle due tipologie di laser con una ampia gamma di materiali
organici e sintetici, di coatings e di inks.
LASERPACK
LASERPACK - In modern packaging different used materials and more and more
elaborated packaging, demand the use of more and more specialized and innovative technologies during several process phases from base material to finished
product, full of high—added-value surface treatments. Fundamental elements
in converting process, are the easy-opening, micro perforation, sealing and variable codification, operations mostly solved by mechanical wholly solutions aiming exclusively at big volumes, while about small-medium ones LASER technology has emerged as innovative solution in case of requests of fragmented
lots, just in time productions further to a costs holding down. In this strip of market LASER technology, joining traditional cutters, brings a series of indisputable
benefits such as an higher utilization flexibility, no shapes containment, the capacity of processing onto different material typologies (also multilayer couplings),
executing all processings always at print’s register, as well as the possibility to
process both off-line and in-line onto packaging machines. Further benefits of
laser technology are represented by reduced set-up times, further to the possibility to change and effect in real time codifications including logos, alphanumeric
codes, bar codes or data-matrix, originated by external DATABASE too, transferred by other computers. LASERPACK enables to carry out in only one passage sophisticated and complex die-cutting and cutting geometries, executable
also orthogonally to bobbin unwinding way, micro perforations, indentations, unreachable through present mechanical die-cutting systems; giving thus way new
applicative frontiers to beverage, food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic sectors and so
on.
LASERPACK
LASERPACK Nel packaging moderno, i diversi materiali utilizzati e le forme sempre più complesse delle confezioni, richiedono l’utilizzo di tecnologie sempre
più specializzate ed innovative nelle varie fasi del processo, dal materiale base
al prodotto finito, ormai ricco di trattamenti superficiali di alto valore aggiunto.
Elementi fondamentali del processo di converting sono l’apertura facilitata, la
micro-foratura, la saldatura e la codifica variabile, operazioni risolte perlopiù
da soluzioni meccaniche orientate esclusivamente ai grossi volumi, mentre nei
piccoli-medi volumi si è ormai affermata la tecnologia LASER come soluzione
innovativa allorquando vengano richiesti lotti frammentati, produzioni just in time
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ed un contenimento dei costi. In questa fascia di mercato la tecnologia LASER,
affiancando le tradizionali taglierine, apporta una serie di indiscutibili vantaggi
come una maggiore flessibilità di utilizzo, nessuna limitazione di forme, la capacità di operare su diverse tipologie di materiali (anche accoppiati multistrato)
eseguendo tutte le lavorazioni sempre a registro di stampa, nonché la possibilità di operare fuori linea che in linea sulle confezionatrici. Ulteriori elementi
a vantaggio della tecnologia laser sono i tempi di set-up ridottissimi, oltre alla
possibilità di poter modificare ed eseguire in tempo reale codifiche comprendenti loghi, codici alfanumerici, codici a barre o data-matrix, anche provenienti
da DATABASE esterni trasferiti da altri computer. LASERPACK permette di realizzare in un unico passaggio sofisticate e complesse geometrie di mezzo-taglio
e taglio eseguibili anche ortogonalmente al senso di svolgimento della bobina,
microforature, dentellature impensabili con le attuali fustellatrici meccaniche,
aprendo di fatto nuove frontiere applicative per i settori bevande, alimentare,
farmaceutico, cosmetico, ecc.
NEXUS
NEXUS is the most innovative laser system for cutting and marking, equipped
with an automatic sheet holder from A5 to A3++ formats digitally printed, serigraphy, etc., intended to the label and graphic art sectors. Unique in the world
to be equipped with NEXUS VISION ®, artificial vision system with self-learning
capacity of cut tracing, capable of adapting in few cents of seconds the cutting
profile to the printing even without a register and generating automatically the
file to be carried out. NEXUS VISION ®can generate the executable file by
streamlining cutting line at few cents of distance from printing, making it with
internal or external off-set to label edge, selecting different cutting profiles, annulling machine set-up times, erasing operator’s mistakes and reducing to zero
the number of copies necessary to trials. NEXUS allows to execute in one step,
on A3++ formats generated by digital printing and serigraphy machines, sophisticated and complex kiss-cutting geometries, cutting, marking, progressive
codification, micro-perforation, perforation, unthinkable with current mechanical
punching machines. Thanks to the interaction of laser with a wideness of organic
and synthetic materials, coatings and inks, special chromatic and 3D effects are
being created, opening new application frontiers to labeling for beverage, food,
pharmaceutical, fashion industries and so on. Further elements at laser technology advantage are: an high operational flexibility, immediate fitting times, the
possibility to work on customer’s semi-finished materials constantly at obsolescence’s risk, to change in real time texts, graphics, bar codes or data matrix, to
insert anticounterfeiting elements.
NEXUS
NEXUS è il più innovativo sistema laser per taglio e marcatura, equipaggiato con
mettifoglio automatico per formati da A5 ad A3++ stampati in digitale, serigrafia,
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ecc., rivolto ai settori delle etichette e delle arti grafiche in generale. Unico al
mondo ad essere equipaggiato con NEXUS VISION ®, sistema di visione artificiale con capacità di auto-apprendimento del tracciato di taglio, in grado di
adeguare in pochi centesimi di secondo il profilo di taglio alla stampa anche in
assenza di un registro e generare automaticamente il file eseguibile. NEXUS VISION ® può generare il file eseguibile ottimizzando il percorso di taglio a pochi
centesimi di distanza dalla stampa, effettuarlo con off-set interno o esterno al
profilo dell’etichetta, selezionare diversi profili di taglio, annullare i tempi di setup macchina, eliminare gli errori dell’operatore, ridurre a zero il numero di copie
necessarie alle prove. NEXUS permette di realizzare in un unico passaggio
sofisticate e complesse geometrie di mezzo taglio, taglio, marcatura, codifica
progressiva, microforatura, dentellatura, impensabili con le attuali fustellatrici
meccaniche. Grazie alla interazione del laser con una vastità di materiali organici e sintetici, di coatings e di inks, è possibile generare speciali effetti cromatici, aprendo di fatto nuove frontiere applicative per le etichette nei i settori
bevande, alimentare, farmaceutico, fashion e per il settore grafico in generale.
Ulteriori elementi a vantaggio della tecnologia laser sono: una elevata flessibilità operativa, tempi di attrezzaggio immediati, la possibilità di poter operare sui
semilavorati del cliente a continuo rischio di obsolescenza, modificare in tempo
reale testi, grafiche, codici a barre o data-matrix, inserire elementi di anticontraffazione.
PAPER-TT
PAPER-TT is a CO2 LASER system for punching, cutting, perforating, marking,
engraving, bleaching paper sheets or cardboard (and others materials) in UNI
ISO sizes. It allows to streamline and join many different manufacturing processing becoming the most flexible, easier and cheapest system to perform complex die-cuttig works and sophisticated artworks on labels - folders- corporate
brochures - greeting cards - pattern books – brochures – playbills – posters and
so on, obtaining details unachievable by conventional cutting systems. PAPERTT is provided with a rotary table equipped with two working stations where it
is possible to carry out at the same time, on the first one the manually loading/unloading operations, meanwhile on the other one the desired processing.
Working stations are arranged for different paper sizes from A5 up to A3++ and
thickness from 80 up to 400 grs/m2. Thanks to the accuracy of the rotary table,
it is able to do perfectly at register any single working phase; furthermore, handlings along X and Y axis allow an high flexibility of work area, increasing the
productivity.
PAPER-TT
PAPER-TT è un sistema laser CO2 LASER per punzonare, tagliare, perforare,
marcare, incidere, decolorare fogli di carta o cartoncino (ed altri materiali) nei
formati UNI ISO. Consente di ottimizzare ed unire fra loro una molteplicità di di-
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verse lavorazioni, diventando il sistema laser più facile, flessibile ed economico
per realizzare complesse geometrie di taglio, mezzo taglio e sofisticati artworks
su etichette - cartellette – brochure istituzionali - biglietti augurali – campionari
– depliant - locandine – manifesti – ecc, ottenendo dettagli irraggiungibili con
le convenzionali tecnologie di taglio. PAPER-TT dispone di un piano girevole
provvisto di due aree di lavoro dove è possibile effettuare contemporaneamente,
sulla prima le operazioni di carico/scarico manuale, mentre sulla seconda la lavorazione desiderata. Le stazioni di lavoro sono predisposte per ospitare formati
da A5 fino ad A3++ con grammature da 80 fino a 400 gr/m2. Grazie alla precisione del piano girevole, è possibile eseguire perfettamente a registro ogni
singola fase di lavorazione; le movimentazioni lungo gli assi X e Y permettono
inoltre un’elevata flessibilità dell’area di lavoro aumentando la produttività.
PAPERONE
PAPERONE is the most innovative CO2 LASER system for die-cutting, microperforating, piercing, engraving, bleaching and marking paper sheets or cardboard in UNI ISO sizes and, furthermore, gum-coated paper, many combined
materials, PP, OPP, PET. PAPERONE simplifying and unifying different processing is absolutely the most flexible and fastest machine to carry out complex
die-cutting for MICRO-PACKAGING and fine ART-WORKS (company brochures
– promotional – document cases – greeting cards – leaflets – pinstriped paper –
posters ), with details unreachable by traditional die-cutting machines. PAPERONE is the only system able to do perfectly at register and simultaneously, all
work phases performing a single sample or batch ensuring high productivity and
accuracy, besides a wide flexibility in many application fields. Thanks to a fast,
accurate and capacious feeder it can feed many different sizes from A4 up to 50
x 70 cm and thickness from 120 up to 300 grs/m2. PAPERONE is fitted out with
an advanced belt conveyor to manage with high accuracy the die-cut sheets,
removing and collecting the scraps. Thanks to different unloading options (also
automatic) it is possible, starting from a 50x70 cm sheet, to obtain the finished
product in different sizes.
PAPERONE
PAPERONE è il più innovativo sistema LASER CO2 per fustellare, tagliare, microforare, incidere, decolorare e marcare fogli di carta o cartoncino nei vari
formati UNI ISO e inoltre carta gommata, siliconata, diversi materiali accoppiati, PP, OPP, PET. PAPERONE semplificando ed unificando diverse lavorazioni, è in assoluto lo strumento più flessibile e veloce per realizzare MICROPACKAGING e sofisticati ART-WORKS ( brochure aziendali – promozionali –
calendari – biglietti augurali – locandine promozionali –cartelli vetrina – buste),
con dettagli irraggiungibili dalle tradizionali PAPERONE è l’unico in grado di
eseguire, perfettamente a registro e contemporaneamente, tutte le varie operazioni sia per un singolo campione che per lotti, garantendo un elevato grado
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di produttività e accuratezza oltre a vasta flessibilità d’impiego con numerosi
campi di applicazione. Grazie ad un veloce, preciso e capiente mettifoglio è in
grado d’alimentare fogli di formati diversi a partire da A4 fino al 50 x 70 cm con
grammature da 120 fino a 300 gr/m2. PAPERONE è dotato di un raffinato sistema di trasporto a tappeto che rende possibile l’avanzamento preciso del foglio
fustellato per agevolare l’evacuazione e la raccolta dello sfrido. Inoltre le diverse
possibilità di scarico (anche automatiche) permettono di partire dal foglio 50 x
70 cm ed ottenere il prodotto finito secondo diversi formati.
AMK Arkadas Makina Kimya San. ve
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Phone
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TRILOGY
TRILOGY finishing, converting and quality control of self-adhesive labels in single step operation. TRILOGY the first in the market, allows great operational
flexibility, thanks to integration of traditional and innovative technologies in a fast
and economical way. Let’s you avoid multiple passages starting from printed
rolls up to finished, certified and ready to use labels, satisfying growing finishing
and converting needs, both for short and large label runs. Complete Modular
configuration: depending on customer’s current and future needs, introduction
of additional modules or additional technologies is foreseen allowing unlimited
upgrade configuration while keeping low production and consumables costs.
Optional technologies
Silk screen unit:solids or 3D details Flexo unit: additional spot colours, varnishing, lamination Cold Foil unit Hot Foil unit
Laser die-cut unit Totally free of geometry selection, allows infinitely variable die
cutting form without die-cutting tools cost and minimal setup time and waste. Label cut, semi-cut and microperforation as well as variable codes, can be obtained
simultaneously on a variety of substrate and shapes. Normally impossible for
mechanical die cutting tools, AM proprietary laser technology guarantees precision and high speed operations on 370 and 530 mm web widths. Inspection
unit the artificial vision system performs label presence and quality control, laser
die cutting processing and register of all stations. Vision unit is a consolidated
system delivering minimal scrap, when performing security and or cost minded
operations.
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Computer-to-(Offset) Plate
01.1150
Platemakers offset
01.1155
Plate exposers
01.1210
Photographic materials
01.1280
Printing down equipment
02.1220
Printing formes for offset printing
02.1570
Knife grinding machines
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03.1420
Straight knives
AMK-HSS Steel with 18% Tungsten The standard knife for constantly changing
materials with an extended life.
03.1455
Knife grinding machines
The Advantages of AMK-HSS over standard Swedish steel
04.1405
Straight knives
05.1045
Chemicals for pre-press production phases
05.1140
Printing blankets
06.1020
Printing formes for offset printing
(AMK-SS)
• Up to 5 times the stand-up time at less than twice the price.
• Fewer knife changes.
• Less down-time.
• Higher productivity.
• Minimized material loss on regrind.
• Lower investment cost.
Product Details
04.1405
The Advantages of AMK-HSS Knife
AMK Arkadas Makina Kimya San. ve Tic. A. S.
Straight knives
• No maintenance problem.
• No grinding problems.
PAPER CUTTING KNIVES
• No additional grinding equipment.
DESCRIPTION
• More regrinds due to full-size inlay.
Knives and machines constitute one unity. Therefore, the efficiency of each paper cutting machine has a direct correlation with the quality of the paper cutting
knife. As specialists, we select the best suited materials, provide for optimal
heat-treatment and for precise mechanical working. Only the appropriate selection of these three components turns a knife into a precision cutting tool, which
meets the requirements of the today’s modern and program steered paper cutting machines and its users.
• No need to change knives for different material.
• More elastic cutting edge.
• Reduced risk of chipping or breakouts.
• Lower resharpening costs.
• Bevel angle does not need to be changed for different materials.
PAPER CUTTING KNIVES
AMK Paper cutting knives for all paper cutting machines and three knife trimmers
meet all today’s requirements for cutting all kinds of paper, cardboard, foils and
etc. For higher demands and longer endurance, we strongly recommend our
HSS quality knives.
Heavy-Duty AMK Paper Cutting Knives will be delivered ready for use, skillfully
hardened and tempered, precision surface ground and sharpened. However,
when buying a knife you are strongly recommended to choose the correct quality
that is most suitable for your needs. When cutting identical materials, changing
to a higher quality knife will increase the tool life. The higher tool cost is always
offset by the extended tool life.
MODEL QUALITIES USES
AMK-SS Swedish Tool Steel Used for paper and very abrasive materials.
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MAXIMA M92 profi
APOS - MAXIMA, s.r.o.
Address
Prazská 7, c.p. 1602
678 49 Blansko
Czech Republic
Phone
+420-516591-581
Fax
+420-516591-599
Internet address
http://www.apos-maxima.cz
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Product Overview
Aps Engineering Ltd. & ILF Technologies
Address
Grafton Street Mountford House
High Wycombe, Buckshire HP12 3AJ
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1494511-533
Fax
+44-1494511-566
APOS - MAXIMA, s.r.o.
02.1765
Guillotines and guillotine systems
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
04.1635
Guillotines and guillotine systems
Product Details
04.1635
• a new model of guillotine paper cutter with cutting
width of 92cm • with a memory capacity for 800 programs and 250 cutting steps in each PGM • semi automatic cutting mode, automatic cutting mode as an option • back gauge movement by ball bearing race lead
screw • air tables • motorized knife change • stainless steel plated tables • bar
code reader for opening programs, optional • fully complies with EU safety regulations
Internet address
APOS - MAXIMA, s.r.o.
Guillotines and guillotine systems
[email protected]
Stand
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Product Overview
MAXIMA M80 basic
• just introduced at DRUPA: • a new model of guillotine
paper cutter with cutting width of 80cm • with a memory capacity for 80 programs and 100 cutting steps in
each PGM • semi automatic cutting mode, automatic
cutting mode as an option • back gauge movement by
ball bearing race lead screw • air tables • stainless steel
plated tables as an option • bar code reader for opening programs, optional • fully
complies with EU safety regulations
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02.1680
Control and drive systems
02.1685
Register control systems
03.1540
Control and drive systems
03.1550
Register systems
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Control and drive systems
Full diagnostic or program updates achieved with ISDN modem link.
Product Details
04.1550
Aps Engineering Ltd. & ILF Technologies
Control and drive systems
TFT High Resolution Graphics
Robust Construction
SUC100R
User Friendly Controls
Based around a state-of-the-art processor chip,
Modem Diagnostics and Software Updates
the SUC100R allows automatic and accurate registration
adjustments to be carried out.
Data Analysis
All adjustments are made using two high quality, robustly
made Keypads. The first with decimal point and cancel
keys. This is for inputting various parameters for registration control. The second keypad allows toggling between
menus, toggling between the parameters on any given menu, selection of auto
or manual mode, and advance / retard by varying increments. All adjustments
being made are displayed, in real-time, on a high quality LCD screen. Custom
written software allows the operator to access all of the functions of the APS
DRS 200 Series Registration System. These include; auto-setup, which rotates
the motor into position at web up, optic web scanners, with user defined mark
recognition, finishing tool adjustment to 0.01 increments and sophisticated advance and retard facilities. The SUC100R can also be networked to a central
user friendly touch screen controller TSC200 or simply a ’stand alone’ single user
controller.Robust Reliable Construction. Built to lastUser Friendly ControlsLow
Cost High Functionality
Ashe Converting Equipment
Address
St. Johns Works, Bluestem Road,
Ipswich IP3 9RR
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1473710-912
Fax
+44-1473719-137
Internet address
http://www.ashe.co.uk
TSC200
E-Mail
[email protected]
The touch screen controller TSC200 is the master controller for a number of DRS200 registration systems and
/ or tension systems.Easy to understand custom written
graphics makes the system a pleasure to work with.
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The TSC200 allows the operator to access all of the
functions of the APS DRS200 Series Registration System. These include; auto-setup, which rotates the motors into position at web
up, optic web scanners, with user defined mark recognition, finishing tool adjustment to 0.001 increments and sophisticated advance and retard facilities. Can
also be networked to a single user friendly controller SUC100R, which can be
located
at each unit, or simply used as a ’stand alone’ TSC200 controller.
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Product Overview
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
04.1570
Reel reversers
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
04.1590
Rotary die cutting machines
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
04.1690
Pile turners
04.1775
Winders
Ashe Converting Equipment
02.1055
Web inspection systems
02.1295
Label manufacturing machines
02.1510
Circular knives
02.1540
Slitting and cross cutting machines
02.1685
Register control systems
02.1710
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
02.1720
Reel reversers
02.1740
Rotary die cutting machines
02.1825
Die-cutting machines
02.1935
Winders
03.1070
Coating machines and devices
03.1275
Label manufacturing machines
03.1375
Laminating machines
03.1415
Slitting and cross cutting machines
04.1330
Laminating machines
Opal Series
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
Opal Label Inspection Slitter Rewinders. Opal 2 Versatile Narrow Web Slitter
Rewinder. Opal Turrets and Converting Lines. Opal Turret Rewinders.
Product Details
04.1570
Ashe Converting Equipment
Reel reversers
Emerald Fully Reversible Rewinders
As per 02.1720 Reel Reversers.
04.1590
Rotary die cutting machines
Opal Series
Opal Label Inspection Slitter Rewinders. Opal 2 Versatile Narrow Web Slitter
Rewinders. Opal Turrets and Converting Lines. Opal Turret Rewinders.
As per 02.1295 Label Manufacturers.
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
As per 02.1295 Label Manufacturers.
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Präzise Bogenausrichtung bei allen Geschwindigkeiten
Asitrade AG - Bobst Group
Address
Der Standard für Qualität und Leistung
Niklaus-Wenig Strasse 109
2540 Grenchen
Switzerland
Phone
0041.32.644.25.00
Fax
0041.32.644.25.01
Internet address
www.bobstgroup.com
Manuelle oder automatische Maschineneinstellung (MATIC)
Kompakte und solide Bauweise
Nach Marktbedürfnissen entwickelt
Produktionsdatenspeicher bis 1000 Aufträge
Neueste Prozesstechnologie
Doppelbogenkontrolle
ATS-Tanner Banding Systems AG
E-Mail
Stand
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Product Overview
Asitrade AG - Bobst Group
04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1765
Corrugated board machines
04.1770
Corrugated board converting machines
Product Details
04.1330
Address
Bahnhofstrasse 21
6300 Zug
Switzerland
Phone
+41-417100603
Fax
+41-417108138
Internet address
http://www.ats-tanner.ch
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Asitrade AG - Bobst Group
Laminating machines
Kaschiermaschine MPC-III & MPC-III MATIC
Product Overview
Die MPC-III-Bogenkaschiermaschine produziert kaschierte Bogen mit einer Leistung bis zu 10’000 Bogen pro Stunde oder 150 m/min mit einer unübertroffenen
Qualität.
ATS-Tanner Banding Systems AG
02.1150
Bundling machines
Verschiedene Einrichtungen gewährleisten flache, einwandfrei kaschierte Bogen und eine hohe Stapelqualität..
03.1175
Bundling machines
Ein bewährtes Konzept: MPC-III
03.1280
Labelling machines for printed products
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
Parameter können während der Produktion angepasst werden
Kurze Auftragswechsel- und Einrichtzeiten
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Tying machines
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1140
Bundling machines
Gewicht je nach Ausführung
Grösse je nach Ausführung
Bogengrösse verstellbare Loop-Grösse
Verwendetes Material
Banderolierfolie
Product Details
ATS-Tanner Banding Systems AG
Banderolierpapier
Bedrucktes Banderoliermaterial
04.1060
Banding machines
Hersteller:
US-2000 LB Banderoliermaschine
ATS-Tanner Banding Systems AG
Die flexible Loop-Maschine mit offenem Bogen eignet sich dort, wo Banderolierungen von unterschiedlichen Produktgrössen gewünscht wird.Durch die einfach
verstellbare Schlaufengrösse kann die US-2000 LB universal eingesetzt werden
und ermöglicht effiziente Arbeitsprozesse speziell für kleinere Produkte. Diese
Ausführung ist sehr beliebt und arbeitet mit der geruchlosen Ultra-Sonic Technik.
ATS-Tanner GmbH Banderoliersysteme
Address
Friedrich-Ebert-Straße
51429 Bergisch Gladbach
Germany
Phone
+49-2204843460
Weniger Wartung: Ablagerungen von Folienbrand und Ersetzen von Heizelementen entfallen
Fax
+49-2204843461
Ergonomische Bedienung (sitzendes Arbeiten möglich)
Internet address
http://www.ats-tanner.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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keine Umstellung von Papier zu Folienband
keine Aufheizzeit, sofort betriebsbereit
Computer-Control Steuerung und detaillierte LED-Anzeige
Abroller für Jumbo-Rollen ist Standard
Band-Endüberwachung
Super Softspannung
Produkteanschlag
Optionen
Farbe nach Wunsch
Stützfinger für weiche Produkte
Technische Daten
Leistung bis 30 Banderolierungen pro Minute
Bandbreiten 15*, 20, 30, 50 mm (auf Anfrage)
Elektrik 230 V, 50/60 Hz, 1 PH
Leistungsaufnahme je nach Ausführung
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Avermann Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG
Product Overview
ATS-Tanner GmbH Banderoliersysteme
02.1150
Bundling machines
03.1175
Bundling machines
03.1280
Labelling machines for printed products
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
03.1680
Tying machines
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1140
Bundling machines
Product Details
04.1060
ATS-Tanner GmbH Banderoliersysteme
Banding machines
US-2000 BDE
Banderolieren, Drucken und Etikettieren. Diese Ultra-Schall Banderoliermaschine löst alle drei Aufgaben vollautomatisch.Die US-2000 BDE mit integriertem
Thermotransferdrucker und Etikettiersystem banderoliert, bedruckt und etikettiert Ihr Produkt in einem Durchlauf. Besonders für den Einsatz in der LebensmittelBranche ist diese kompakte Anlage zur Integration in Verpackungsstrassen bestens
geeignet.
Das hochwertige Papier- oder Folienmaterial, ob vor- oder unbedruckt, erhält
durch den integrierten Drucker aktuelle Daten wie Datum, EAN-Code und den
Verkaufspreis kurz bevor das Band um das Produkt gelegt wird. Nach dem
Banderolieren wird zusätzlich eine Etikette, die z. B. zusätzlich auf die Marke
hinweist, auf die Banderole und das Produkt gespendet.
Optionen
rostfreier Stahl für feuchte Umgebung
Anlage auf Lenkrolle mit Feststeller
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Address
Lengericher Landstraße 35
49078 Osnabrück
Germany
Phone
+49-5405505-0
Fax
+49-54056441
Internet address
http://www.avermann.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Product Overview
Avermann Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG
04.1005
Waste disposal systems
04.1040
Waste paper disposal plants
04.1270
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
Product Details
04.1005
Avermann Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG
Waste disposal systems
mobile Presscontainer
Unser ständig verbessertes Produkt ist der mittlerweile
über 10.000 x gebaute Presscontainer. Ausführungen für die verschiedenen Transportsysteme (Absetz, Abrollsysteme) sind ebenso standard, wie variabele
Elektroniksteuerung und diverse Anbauteile.
Universell einsetzbar, geeignet für z. B. Krankenhäuser, Altenheime, Warenhäuser, Supermärkte, Druckereien, Lebensmittelhersteller, Holzverarbeitung, Kunststoffverarbeitung, Textilverarbeitung, etc.
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AXODE
Address
ZAC de la Petite Camargue 352, Chemin
34400 Lunel
France
Phone
+33-467667050
Fax
+33-467666908
Internet address
http://www.axode.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Control devices
02.1565
Measuring and testing equipment
02.1800
Software, Variable Data Printing
02.1895
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1200
Database systems
03.1450
Measuring and testing equipment
04.1175
Database systems
04.1430
Measuring and testing equipment
04.1550
Control and drive systems
06.1070
Management information systems
06.1085
Management software
Hall 14, A23 (Page 970)
Product Overview
AXODE
01.1070
Image processing software
01.1310
Measuring and testing equipment
Product Details
01.1400
04.1550
AXODE
Control and drive systems
Axode 1080
Scanners
Bringing serenity to variable document factories.
02.1055
Web inspection systems
Even on the fastest production lines, data correlation on personalized documents becomes child’s play with the Axode 1080.
02.1165
Colour management, calibration and control systems
02.1180
Database systems
Thanks to a multi-processors architecture, the Axode 1080 manages up to 24
cameras and proposes a user-friendly graphic interface allowing faults follow-up
and display while producing.
NUMBERING CONTROL FOR SECURITY DOCUMENTS
02.1340
Colour measurement and evaluation devices
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Numbering is one of the essential elements of security document production
as it enables the individual identification of each document. Consequently, it
is essential that references are readable and printed in the correct sequence.
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Thanks to its multi-processor architecture, the Axode 1080 enables to control
the numbering logic of several references in real-time , whilst preserving the
machine’s performances.
Aydin Makine Sanayi Ticaret Limited Sirketi
Address
Tormak Sanayi Sitesi B. Blok No. 3
Ikitelli-Istanbul
Turkey
Phone
+90-212485-7987,485-
Fax
+90-212486-2582
Internet address
http://www.aydinmachinery.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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DATABASE MANAGEMENT FOR LOTTERY TICKETS
The value of a lottery ticket depends on the data printed on it. During production, it is compulsory to control that the printed data are readable and match the
print file. The Axode 1080 allows a complete database management insuring
the integrity of all the production, comparing the print file with the printed data
in real time. It enables the generation of information required for production
management, like faulted document reports and reprint files.
MICR CERTIFICATION FOR CHECKS
MICR numbers must be perfectly readable in order to ensure proper magnetic
identification of documents by the banks. Axode’s dedicated software along
with the mastering of linear camera technology make the Axode 1080 the best
guarantee for MICR certified readability, either in CMC7 or E13B characters.
Meanwhile, the Axode 1080 verifies that the numbering sequence matches with
other information on the check.
INTEGRITY VERIFICATION FOR TRANSACTIONAL DOCUMENTS
Product Overview
The main concern of banks, telecom, insurance companies and government
agencies is to absolutely guarantee that 100% of the documents to produce are
printed.
Neither doubles nor missing documents are allowed. The Axode 1080 checks
both quality and integrity of the whole production and provides the operator with
the feed-back on the detected faults.
Aydin Makine Sanayi Ticaret Limited Sirketi
04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1580
Rotary cross cutting machines
Product Details
04.1330
Aydin Makine Sanayi Ticaret Limited Sirketi
Laminating machines
Petra-Lam II
- Dual Feeder Head with latest QEM motion control which increases the accuracy
and provides consistent feed.
- Pneumatic pressure control for various types of stock
- Adjustable bow roller for smoother film feed
- Adjustable film slitting system for different film sizes
- Adjustable de-curling roller system to assure best flat sheets
- Pneumatically controlled separator
Petra-lam - full and semi-automatic commercial laminating machine with high
speed and volume, designed with the latest motion and servo drive.
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Petra-lam is laminator with high performance, quality and user-friendly interface,
designed for your process under the warranty of Aydin Machinery.
All specifications can be changed without any previous notice
Bachofen & Meier AG
Address
Feldstrasse 60
8180 Bülach
Switzerland
Phone
+41-18644-562
Fax
+41-18644-511
Internet address
http://www.bmbag.ch
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Product Overview
04.1575
Die Produktanforderung bestimmt die Anlagenkonfiguration. Vielfach sind für
das Endprodukt Mehrfachbeschichtungen erforderlich, die sich ausserdem durch
gleich-mässige, u.a. geruchfreie Aufträge mit geschlossener Oberfläche auszeichnen.
Die BMB-Anlagentechnik entspricht dem neuesten Entwicklungsstand der Beschichtungstechnologie. Die geforderten PVDC-Mehrfachapplikationen werden in einem
Arbeitsgang effizient durchgeführt. Dank der schweren Bauweise mit präziser
Einstellung und angepassten Antriebsleistungen erzielen BMB-Anlagen Spitzenergebnisse mit hohen Reproduktionsfähigkeiten und genauen Auftragsmengen.
Diese Eigenschaften ermöglichen die FDA-Zulassung in der Pharmaindustrie.
Band’ALL International B.V.
Address
Marconiweg 9 A
3442 AD Woerden
Netherlands
Phone
+31-348431520
Fax
+31-348431480
Internet address
http://www.bandall.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Bachofen & Meier AG
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
Product Details
04.1575
Mehrfachapplikationen mit hoher Präzision und Wirtschaftlichkeit
Bachofen & Meier AG
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
COMPAFLEX
– für verschiedenste Verpackungseigenschaften
in einem Arbeitsgang
Alle Produkte benötigen eine geeignete Verpackung. Ob Produktschutz für Transport und Lagerung, Haltbarkeit von Lebensmitteln, vertiefte Werbewirkung oder
alles zusammen.
BMB Veredelungsanlagen für Papier, Karton, Kunstoff- und Aluminiumfolien beschichten,
lackieren oder kaschieren das Trägermaterial für die gewünschten Verpackungseigenschaften.
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Band’ALL International B.V.
02.1150
Bundling machines
03.1015
Packing machines
03.1175
Bundling machines
03.1610
Shrink film packaging equipment
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
04.1015
Packing machines
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1140
Bundling machines
04.1645
Shrink film packaging equipment
04.1740
Tying machines
05.1010
Packing materials
05.1200
Foil & Film (material)
05.1450
Sleeves
also offer table-top banding models: the OB301N and
COM-J240. In comparison to banding bundles by hand, these models very
quickly earn back the nominal investment required.
Conveniently mobile and simple operation
Product Details
04.1060
The table-top banding models are easy to include in your production process
and simple to move around. Operation is very straightforward, your products are
given a professional finish in seconds, all at a low cost. The table-top models
offer a band width of 20 or 30mm, paper or film, and an adjustable band tension.
Bundles from the size of a business card to A3 can be banded.
Baumann Maschinenbau Solms GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Oberbieler Straße 1 - 3
35606 Solms
Germany
Phone
+49-6442-92 83 15
Fax
+49-6442-92 83 39
Internet address
www.baumann-mbs.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Band’ALL International B.V.
Banding machines
Table-Top Banding
Significantly faster than bundling by hand
To complement the Bandall stand alone equipment we
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Baumann Maschinenbau Solms GmbH & Co. KG
aufgenommen; wird der Belader in Querrichtung aufgestellt, wird die Lage mit
der langen Seite aufgenommen. Für die Formate 8 und 10 ist das Gerät in 2Säulen-ausführung ausgebildet.
02.1280
Destackers
02.1600
Palletising equipment
Optionen: ======== - Doppelzange für größere Formate - Stapelhöhe 1800
mm oder 2100 mm - Errechnung der Lagenhöhe bezogen auf die Stapelhöhe Einbindung in die Logistik
02.1755
Jogging tables
Einsatzgebiete: ============ - Papiere ab 45 Gramm - Kartonagen - Folie Druckplatten
02.1835
Pile turners
03.1055
Loading and unloading devices for guillotines and
guillotine systems
03.1185
CIP 4 applications
03.1575
Jogging tables
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
03.1660
04.1205
Baumer GmbH
Address
Pfingstweide 28
61169 Friedberg
Germany
Stacking and piling equipment
Phone
+49-60316007-0
Destackers
Fax
+49-60316007-70
Internet address
http://www.baumerelectric.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Product Details
04.1205
Vorteile: ======= - Hoher Automatisierungsgrad - Alle das Entstaplungsergebnis beeinflussenden Paramter können über das Bedienpult dem produkt angepasst
werden. - Stabile und präzise Ausführung - Die automatische Entstapelung
kleiner Formate ist möglich - Universalsuführung
Baumann Maschinenbau Solms GmbH & Co. KG
Destackers
BAUMANN Belader BB
Gerät zum automatischen Entstapeln von lagen, die
anschließend der Schneidemaschine zugeführt werden. Die Beschickung des Schnellschneiders kann
wahlweise über den Vorder- oder hintertisch erfolgen. Der Belader kann in ein
automatisches Logistiksystem eingebunden werden.
Mögliche Entstaplungsarten: ====================== - mit Reflexkeil (blattgenau) - langer chip (E-System blattgenau) - kurzer chip (blattgenau) - Lichtschranke,
die auf die Lagenstärke eingestellt wird (nicht blattgenau)
Wird der Belader in Längsrichtung aufgestellt, wird die Lage mit der kurzen Seite
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Baumer hhs GmbH
Product Overview
Baumer GmbH
01.1265
Cameras, digital
01.1310
Measuring and testing equipment
01.1330
Multi-media services
02.1055
Web inspection systems
02.1165
Colour management, calibration and control systems
02.1185
Densitometers
02.1950
Counting equipment
03.1450
Measuring and testing equipment
03.1475
Palletising equipment
03.1540
Control and drive systems
04.1430
Measuring and testing equipment
04.1795
Counting equipment
Product Details
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Adolf-Dembach-Str. 7
47829 Krefeld
Germany
Phone
+49-2151-4402-0
Fax
+49-2151-4402-111
Internet address
www.baumerhhs.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 13, B49 (Page 966)
Company News
04/08/2008
Baumer hhs GmbH
See and be seen
See and be seen is Baumer hhs GmbH’s motto for drupa 2008. The specialists
will be meeting at the trade fair stand in Hall 13 Stand B49 to experience and
discuss the newest developments in the gluing and monitoring sector. Baumer
hhs will be showing further developments of the successful Xtend series, the
integrated solution for gluing and quality assurance. This well-known, flexible
and modular system has been extended to meet the wide range of requirements
made on modern monitoring systems. The folding carton industry can now look
forward to a camera system in addition to existing monitoring functions, such as
Baumer GmbH
Counting equipment
FLDK 110
FLDK 110
(Laser, Empfindlichkeit 0,2 mm)
Exemplarzähler Kunststoff 60 mm - zählt bis 600’000 Exemplare/h, StandardStecker M12x1, kompakte Bauform, IP 54
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adhesive monitoring for adhesive application guns, adhesive monitoring for gluing wheels with double sheet control, colour code reading, black code reading,
barcode reading, 2-D matrix reading, positional checks and detection, evaluation, and the transfer of operating data from the Xtend series into the customer’s
EDP system.
The camera system: smart camera offers a wide range of facilities for meeting
the new requirements which are now being made on the folding carton industry. This includes the detection of safety characteristics, Braille, printed image,
shapes, additional inserts in folding cartons, new types of coding and much,
much more. Smart camera has been developed with an eye to the future so
that the system is also capable of dealing with future requirements on quality
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assurance systems, simply following the motto: see and be seen.
Baumer hhs has accepted the challenge that customers require more and more
functions but, at the same time, require simple and understandable operation.
For the Xtend series operation by touchscreen has been redesigned, and is
now even more user-friendly and flexible to meet new requirements on modern
operating concepts. With the new 15” touchscreen, Baumer hhs offers extended
visual representation of complex functions.
A completely new hot-melt system will be presented for the manufacture of transparent packaging. The Xmelt Series now includes a new bag melter for caring
and efficient melting of PUR adhesives. The bag melter is fitted with an integrated cleaning system and enables gassing units to be completely done away
with. The monitoring sensor for monitoring the increasing number of hot glue applications has been further developed, and will also be presented at the drupa
2008.
Baumer hhs considers itself to be a complete supplier meeting all requirements
made on the glue and monitoring systems on folding carton gluing machines.
Product Overview
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Perfect binding machines
03.1385
Glueing machines
03.1390
Glue feeding systems
03.1395
Adhesive applicating machines and devices
03.1690
Endpapering machines
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1220
Folding box making machines
04.1240
Folding and pasting units
04.1345
Glueing machines
04.1350
Glue feeding systems
04.1355
Adhesive applicating machines and devices
04.1425
Mailer machines
Baumer hhs GmbH
02.1320
Folding and pasting units
02.1490
Control devices
02.1560
Mailer machines
03.1070
Coating machines and devices
03.1250
Inserting systems
03.1290
Folding and glueing machines
03.1300
Folding and pasting units
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Baumüller Anlagen-Systemtechnik GmbH &
Co. KG
Address
Product Overview
Ostendstraße 84
90482 Nürnberg
Germany
02.1680
Control and drive systems
03.1540
Control and drive systems
Control and drive systems
Phone
+49-91154408-0
04.1550
Fax
+49-91154408-769
Product Details
Internet address
http://www.baumueller.de
04.1550
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Baumüller Anlagen-Systemtechnik GmbH & Co. KG
Control and drive systems
b maXX-safePLC
Baumüller Anlagen-Systemtechnik GmbH & Co. KG
Retrofit-Druckwerk
Baumüller präsentiert anhand eines Retrofit-Druckwerkes gesamtes Leistungsspektrum.
Auch 2008 ist Baumüller erneut auf der drupa vertreten. In Halle 6 auf Stand
6D68 präsentiert sich das innovative Nürnberger Unternehmen, zusammen mit
seiner Tochtergesellschaft Nürmont Installations GmbH & Co. KG, dem internationalen Fachpublikum mit einem besonderen Highlight.
Den Besucher erwartet ein knapp fünf Tonnen schweres Offset-Rollendruckwerk,
das durch eine Baumüller Retrofitlösung komplett neu automatisiert wurde. Das
Druckwerk ist neben vier DSC-Servomotoren und weiteren Nebenantriebsmotoren auch mit der neusten b maXX Umrichtergeneration ausgestattet. Die
Baumüller safe-PLC setzt mit den implementierten Sicherheitsfunktionen die
neuen Maschinenrichtlinien nach EN ISO 13849 um.
Das Besondere: Getreu dem Baumüller-Motto „be in motion“ können Messebesucher das umfangreiche Serviceangebot der Firma Baumüller selbst testen.
Mit dem Fernwartungssystem BAUDIS kann „live“ auf die Druckwerksdaten
zugegriffen werden.
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Integrated safety technology ensures that technical failure, incorrect use or manipulation no longer pose a
threat to the production process and safety of employees. In addition to increasing safety, the productivity
of the system is also raised. Safety systems exhibit
greater availability than comparable standard systems.
Thus the built-in diagnostic functions and safe operation of the machine by the employee can contribute to the early detection and
elimination of production faults and failures. This prevent costly system downtimes.
In addition to the safety aspect, the b maXX-safePLC is also characterized by
the way in which it reduces complexity. This is achieved by eliminating the need
for complicated wiring, reducing the number of wires involved, and minimizing
the inspection effort required. Centralized safety controls often make multicoupled units completely superfluous to requirements. Therefore, the combined
SIL0/SIL3 safety control not only reduces the complexity of your system or machine and ensures safe operation, it also offers a cost benefit compared to conventional solutions.
Baumüller-Prozess-Leit-System (BPLS)
Auf einer modernen PC-Plattform basierend, ist das
BPLS für alle Visualisierungslösungen produktiver Prozesse
geeignet. In der Anwendung als BPLS-Leitstandstechnik
in der industriellen Produktion von Druckprodukten wurde
dem heutigen Work Flow einer Druckerei Rechnung getragen. So werden die in der Druckvorstufe generierten
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CIP 3-Dateien datentechnisch bearbeitet und die exakte Farbvoreinstellung an
der Maschine per Mausklick aktiviert.
Alle Funktionen einer vollautomatisierten Druckanlage sind durch ergonomisch
getesteten Zugriff per Maus oder Tastatur vom Leitstand aus möglich.
beck packautomaten GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Steinbeisstraße 9
72636 Frickenhausen
Germany
Phone
+49-70224009-0
Fax
+49-702249315
Internet address
http://www.beck-packautomaten.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Schnittstellen zur Farbdichtenregelung und Papierdatenerfassung stehen dem
Anwender genauso zur Verfügung, wie eine integriert Betriebsdatenerfassung.
Die Modularität der Hardware lässt Anwendungen im Akzidenz- oder Zeitungsdruckbereich zu, unabhängig vom Maschinentyp. Die bisher realisierten Retrofitlösungen sind Beleg für die hohe Qualität der durchdachten technischen Lösung.
Die Güte des Systems zeigt eine hohe Passerstabilität und Farbdichtenkonstanz
bei allen Druckgeschwindigkeiten.
Engineering Framework ProMaster
ProMaster reduces the complexity of software initialization, care and maintenance.Comprehensive engineering, comprehensive communication and an implementation of the motion control functions based on
PLCopen that is independent of the drive and field bus
system are used. This allows the implementer to fully concentrate on his or her
core competencies without needing detailed knowledge of the system. Configuration is easy – No complicated programming required.The transparency of the
automation solutions is supported by the clear graphic representation of the entire machine structure. The communication topology of the machine is shown
on each level at the same time.
Company News
05/29/2008
beck packautomaten GmbH & Co. KG
beck-Multiplex wraps books in-line with a bookbinding
system
Use in a renowned bookbindery – directly linked to a Kolbus bookbinding line
high-end packaging of up to 70 books per minute
The packaging line beck-Multiplex MP 240 X with beck-Thermoschrumpfer HV
601 HPLS was designed by the packaging experts of beck packautomaten to
provide an innovative solution for the packaging of books for a renowned German bookbinding company. Books are automatically packaged in-line with a
Kolbus bookbinding machine ready for trading.
An optimally aligned packaging process guarantees high availability and excellent packaging results. The high capacity packaging system wraps up to 70
books per minute and thus meets the most demanding requirements regardless
of the book cover. Changeover to another product is accomplished in a matter of seconds. The system provides automatic length adjustment, only product
height and product width are adjusted by hand. On request, the machine can
be equipped with a packaging data memory and fully automatic adjustment.
A significant benefit of this turnkey system solution is manifested in the central
control unit for the system: Temperature and passage speed of the shrink tun-
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nel are also controlled at the operator panel of the beck-Multiplex MP 240 X.
Even at short running times bright and high-end packages are produced for a
sparkling display on shelves. „Due to its adaptability our system smoothly integrates into the production process.“ says Rolf Mayer, Sales Director at beck
packautomaten. „The capability of the system enhances productivity and provides an important competitive advantage for our customer.“
Product Overview
beck packautomaten GmbH & Co. KG
02.1150
Bundling machines
02.1430
Foil sealing machines
02.1770
Shrink film packaging equipment
02.1895
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1015
Packing machines
03.1175
Bundling machines
03.1325
Foil sealing machines
03.1610
Shrink film packaging equipment
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1725
Gathering and collating machines
04.1015
Packing machines
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1140
Bundling machines
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Foil sealing machines
04.1645
Shrink film packaging equipment
04.1745
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Bernhardt Maschinenbau OHG
Address
Weyhausenstr. 9
91077 Neunkirchen am Brand
Germany
Phone
0049-9134-7073-150
Fax
+49-9134-7073-1590
Internet address
www.bernhardt-maschinenbau.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Folding and glueing machines
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working widths of the Multipro are 700 mm and 1000 mm.
On the Drupa we will show you the Multipro 700 with capacity device and a tape
applicator. We will run presentation folders with capacity.
Folding and glueing machines
KS 25/50
We are producing 2 types of tape applicators for oneand double-sided adhesive tape. These are the KS 25
and KS 50. The difference of the both is, that you can
use on the KS 25 tape rolls with the width of 5-25mm
and on the KS 50 tape rolls with the width of 15-50mm.
You can use our tape applicators also to upgrade your
folding- and gluing machines. For this you need only a
6 bar air pressure, 24 Voltage DC and a controller of a
gluing system.
Bickers GmbH Klebetechnik GLUEJET
Minipro
The „MiniPro“ is a compact, low-cost folder gluer with
a working size of 600 mm and a production speed of
200m/min. The products, which you can produce on
this machine, are straight line-, crash look bottom- and
double wall boxes. Options of the MiniPro are a vacuum system on the feeder, electronic glue system and
a Profold. The Profold is a back fold unit, which you can install later on.
Address
Leopoldstraße 15
45139 Essen
Germany
Phone
+49-201272553
Fax
+49-201244912
Internet address
http://www.bickers.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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technical details:
• pre break unit 1528 mm longe • final fold 1695 mm longe • delivery 1140 mm
longe • stacker 1860 mm longe • dimensions 900 x 6966 mm • weight approx.
2.500 kg
During the Drupa we will run on the Minipro conical boxes with auto Bottom
Product Overview
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04.1345
Glueing machines
05.1275
Adhesives and glues
Multipro 700
The “Multipro”, as the name implies, is even more versatile than the use of FKB Series. This is achieved by
the use of vacuum conveyor belts, depending on the
needs you can switch it on or off. By vacuum technology, the products are transported without upper transportation units. Like on the FKB you can produce CD
wallets, Digi-packs, cardboard envelopes, presentations folders and special
products with a speed of up to 200m/min. With the new module for capacity
you can produce capacity boxes with up to 4000 pieces per hour. The available
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Product Overview
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BIEFFEBI SPA
Glueing machines
01.1200
Film processing & recording equipment
01.1315
Mounting and registering systems for printing formes
01.1365
Proof systems
02.1925
Corrugated printing presses
04.1755
Washing equipment
05.1395
Cleaning systems for printing formes and machine
parts
Exakt super 306
Professionelle Hochleistungs-Industrieklebepistole für
18,3 mm Klebesticks mit 600 Watt Heizleistung, Temperatureinstellung von 140 °C bis 230 °C, tropffreier
Düse mit Silikonschutz, Klebemengen-Einstellung, beleuchtetem
Ein-/Aus-Schalter, schlagfestem Gehäuse mit integriertem Ständer sowie ergonomisch geformtem Griff mit
langem Abzugshebel für ermüdungsfreies Arbeiten.
BIEFFEBI SPA
Address
Via Frullo, 1
40050 Quarto Inferiore, Bologna
Italy
Phone
+39-0516069-011
Fax
+39-0517675-08
Internet address
http://www.bieffebi.it
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Washing equipment
ALBA 425
A new cleaning machine model ALBA 425 for washing
photopolymer flexo plates individually or on sleeves for
solvent, UV and water based inks. It cleans the anilox
sleeves too. The washing, rinsing and drying cycles are
programmable, the cleaned plates and anilox emerge in
almost “new” condition in a very quick time and without
the operator intervention. This provides an added advantage in terms of health and working conditions. Thanks to a driven rotation
foot pedal built in, in the machine, the plate removal from the sleeve is facilitated,
thus avoiding any risk of damage to them. The machine is explosion proof and
manufactured according to Atex regulations.
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bielomatik Leuze GmbH & Co. KG
The presentation of bielomatik, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of
paper processing machinery and RFID products goes under the slogan “SPEED
LEVEL 2008”. In all, 5 machines and production lines will be exhibited over 1,000
sqm in Hall 11. The PLUS series of machines for stationery production offers
impressive improvements in processing speed, even exceeding up to 100% in
some cases. But the transponder processing systems also set new standards
with up to 120,000 Smart Label Inlays per hour.
Address
Daimlerstraße 6-10
72639 Neuffen
Germany
Phone
+49-702512-0
Fax
+49-702512-200
Internet address
http://www.bielomatik.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 11, A06 (Page 958)
Company News
05/26/2008
Turn to Performance ... SPEED LEVEL 2008
More information: www.bielomatik-at-drupa.com
05/16/2008
bielomatik Leuze GmbH & Co. KG
Total safety – 100% tested Smart Products
The Qualifier 100/165 for RFID labels can be seen in action on the bielomatik
stand. This inspection and finishing system provides for 100% quality assurance
in the production of self-adhesive inlays and Smart Labels. Following an optical
and/or electromagnetic examination, faulty labels or inlays are removed from the
production line and replaced with tested items. As many as 30,000 Smart Labels
per hour can be checked on the continuous line. The subsequent coding of the
chip data is handled from a database, by manual input or pre-printed barcode.
Along with the chip data, alphanumeric information can also be applied to the
label by non-contact inkjet printing.
Apart from its uses for logistics applications such as baggage handling for airlines or warehouse management, more and more companies are turning to RFID
labelling, particularly in the packaging industry. This market is set to expand
significantly in the future – particularly when retail products start to be fitted with
these Smart Labels.
More information: www.bielomatik-at-drupa.com
A+ for exercise books
One of the highlights of the bielomatik exhibition program this year is the P
25-90plus high-performance exercise book line, on which a higher production
rate (10%) has been attained. Machines on the market today offer a maximum
throughput of just 500 m/min and 100 cycles/min, whereas the P 25-90plus operates at a web speed of max. 550 m/min and 110 cycles/min. This machine
has also been significantly enhanced with a newly developed feeder configuration: covers no longer have to be produced in the costly large format, but can
now be printed on small-format offset printers and fed 2-up in the exercise book
machine.
More information: www.bielomatik-at-drupa.com
05/15/2008
The PLUS in performance for spiral and wire comb
binding
It is no longer a secret: substantial efficiency improvements in orders with
medium to large batch sizes can only be achieved with shorter throughput times.
The improved, fully-automated P 35-49plus spiral binding machine offers performance increases of 33% for A4 products and up to 100% for A5 products. The
“superfast“ spiral binder can be seen live on the bielomatik stand.
In answer to questions on the new exhibits, Dirk Vössing, CEO of bielomatik
Leuze GmbH + Co. KG with responsibility for the paper segment, reports on the
development work: “By developing ‘close to the customer’ or often even ‘right
with the customer’, we have been able to adapt our range of machines to the
latest requirements in terms of efficiency and performance, and so assure the
success of our customers in the future too.”
For example, the performance improvement of over 25% in the P 44-96plus wire
comb forming machine was achieved in collaboration with the world’s largest
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producer of wire combs, to take advantage of their production experience. Instead of 2,500 loops per minute as before, this machine now manages 3,200.
More information: www.bielomatik-at-drupa.com
05/22/2008
RF-LoopTag® - the innovative concept for RFID /
UHF-Tags
LoopTags® per hour are proof of the impressive performance of the TTL 100/165
laminating and processing system for RFID. The latest enhancement to this
proven series can be admired in action on the bielomatik stand A06. This multipurpose machine can be used to produce “intelligent products” (e.g. Smart Labels/tags) in various versions, with increased throughput speeds and hence reduced costs.
More information: www.bielomatik-at-drupa.com
In RF-LoopTag®, bielomatik is presenting a new concept for the production of
RFID labels. With the manufacturing process, changes of material and large
production volumes enabling deployment in the item-level range for the first
time. Placing the new UHF chip module from NXP as a second layer on the
pre-produced secondary antenna allows the required range to be achieved. Positional tolerances are adjusted with the integrated “mini-transponder” via magnetic coupling, providing for faster and more competitive production. The use
of environmentally resilient materials provides the basis for a new generation of
environmentally friendly and disposable Smart Labels and Smart Label Inlays,
made of paper and aluminium.
04/19/2008
Choose the Original – Choose Success!
bielomatik has been furthering the progress in key technologies using innovations from its location in Germany since the 1950s – not only in paper converting,
but also in plastic welding technology, in RFID transponder technology and for
lubrications systems. The company, a member of the southern German Leuze
Group, supports the campaign of the VDMA (German Engineering Federation)
against product piracy.
Be sure it’s original technology!
More information: www.bielomatik-at-drupa.com
05/21/2008
Cutting marking sensitive large formats at double the
speed
With the high-performance CutMaster F 2200 sheeter bielomatik announces a
revolutionary improvement in the handling of large formats. With this new arrival,
speed is the trump card. Large formats up to 1,400 mm can now be cut at 100
% higher web speeds. A combination of compression and shear stresses on the
batches of sheets under machine braking normally produces unwanted marks
on the finished paper. This used to mean that when matt and semi-matt papers
were processed, the full machine capacity could not be used.
Existing CutMaster machines can be upgraded with the new SynchroSpeed
overlapping. The use of the new braking system makes the machine speed
largely independent of the type of paper. The batches of paper are now slowed
down by compression forces alone, with no shearing movements at all. The
result: greater productivity and “clean” paper in widths up to 2,200 mm.
More information: www.bielomatik-at-drupa.com
05/23/2008
Product Overview
bielomatik Leuze GmbH & Co. KG
01.1390
RFID systems
02.1700
RFID systems
03.1155
Book manufacturing lines
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
03.1255
Continuous stationery converting machines
03.1275
Label manufacturing machines
03.1370
Card manufacturing systems
More throughput for RFID products
Up to 60,000 Smart Labels, 120,000 inlays or antennae, or 300,000 RF-
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Slitting and cross cutting machines
04.1530
03.1520
Cross cutters
1) CutMaster F 2200 - High-speed folio sheeter
04.1105
Block-making machines
04.1315
Calendar block making machines
04.1325
Card manufacturing systems
New developed SynchroSpeed overlapping with advantages especially when cutting marking sensitive papers: 100 % increase of web speed possible, depending on size length. Shearing movement has no influence on the paper, effect occurs merely by pressure.
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
Folio sheets with 700 mm sheet length Performance up
to now: 150 m / min SPEED LEVEL 2008: 350 m / min
04.1425
Mailer machines
Folio sheets with 1,000 mm sheet length Performance up to now: 150 m / min
SPEED LEVEL 2008: 350 m / min
04.1530
Cross cutters
Folio sheets with 1,400 mm sheet length Performance up to now: 150 m / min
SPEED LEVEL 2008: 320 m / min
04.1580
Rotary cross cutting machines
2) CutMaster C 10 - C 16 - High-speed cut-size lines
04.1620
Cheque-book making machines
04.1640
Stationery production machines
Cross cutters
Double output in Folio-Size Sheeting
Top Performance in Cut-Size Sheeting:
Product Details
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Cut-size sheeting Performance up to now: 400 m / min SPEED LEVEL 2008:
470 m / min
Kleinformat-Verpacken Performance up to now: 125 reams / min SPEED LEVEL
2008: 140 reams / min
bielomatik Leuze GmbH & Co. KG
Mailer machines
Ries-Kartonieren Performance up to now: 25 boxes / min SPEED LEVEL 2008:
30 boxes / min
04.1640
Stationery production machines
Upgrade of Web Finishing Systems
1) P 35-49plus - Fully-automatic spiral binding machine
Standard and Special Collators for Business Forms,
Mailings and Special Products
The PLUS in Spiral Binding Performance:
Discuss with us the upgrade of existing machines with
additional equipment, for example:
Newly developed, two pocket binding drum. 100%
higher output on DIN A5 standard products (up to 100
sheets). 33% higher output on DIN A4 and DIN A6 standard products as well as DIN A5 steno books. Optimum
machine utilization, also within the ruling section. Machine is extremely versatile due to proven bielomatik feeder and punching section for oversized covers and divider sheets. Combination of spiral binding and
turn-over station for production of brochures plow folders web finishing equipment: magnetic die cutting system, gluing units, attachers etc. encoding and personalization systems multi-web mailing equipment
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wire comb binding optionally possible. Inline operation with P 44-96plus wire
comb forming machine is possible.
Spiral notebooks DIN A4 (long edge bound) Performance up to now: 60 products
/ min SPEED LEVEL 2008: 80 products / min
Spiral notebooks DIN A5 (long edge bound) Performance up to now: 60 products
/ min SPEED LEVEL 2008: 120 products / min
Spiral notebooks DIN A5 (short edge bound) Performance up to now: 120 products / min SPEED LEVEL 2008: 160 products / min
4) The Next Generation of Unwinding Units
Optimal web tension behaviour due to pneumatic dancing roller system and pneumatic brake system. 3-side
loading possible directly from the roll conveyor. Also
available as double and non-stop unwinding unit. The
single unwinding unit can at any time be upgraded to
non-stop operation without interfering with the basic
unit. As non-stop unwinding unit: Reel change speed
up to 140 m/min.
Spiral notebooks DIN A6 (short edge bound) Performance up to now: 120 products / min SPEED LEVEL 2008: 160 products / min
Bobst SA - Bobst Group
2) P 44-96plus - High-speed wire comb former
The PLUS in Wire Comb Forming Performance: 28 %
higher output compared to P 44-96. Unreached product
quality and machine reliability due to further improved
forming principle. Efficient production of all different
wire comb diameters from 1/4” (3/16”) up to 1 1/2”.
Wire comb forming Performance up to now: 2,500
Loops / min SPEED LEVEL 2008: 3,200 Loops / min
3) P 25-90plus - Fully-automatic exercise book machine
The PLUS in Exercise Book Manufacturing Performance:
10% higher output compared to conventional exercise
book lines with speeds of up to 550 m/min and 110 cycles/minute. Innovative feeder concept for small-size
cover sheet printing for 4-up production of DIN A4 exercise books. Sequenced stacks of products with four
different cover designs are possible. Ideal efficiency
utilization due to maximum web width of 1,205 mm.
Address
Route des Flumeaux 50
1001 Lausanne (VD)
Switzerland
Phone
+41-21621-2111
Fax
+41-21621-2070
Internet address
http://www.bobstgroup.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Product Overview
Bobst SA - Bobst Group
01.1260
JDF-applications
Exercise books DIN A4 Performance up to now: 400 products / min SPEED
LEVEL 2008: 440 products / min
02.1110
Braille printing techniques
Exercise books DIN A5 Performance up to now: 500 products / min SPEED
LEVEL 2008: 550 products / min
02.1200
Printing and embossing presses, combined
02.1205
Printing and die-cutting machines, automated
(combined)
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02.1300
Label printing machines
04.1255
Carton windowing machines
02.1320
Folding and pasting units
04.1280
Foil stamping machines
02.1400
Flexographic presses, sheetfed presses
04.1345
Glueing machines
02.1425
Foil printing presses
04.1520
Embossing machinery
02.1435
Foil stamping machines
04.1525
Presses, inline converting, cartons
02.1600
Palletising equipment
04.1585
Rotary cutters
02.1635
Hot stamping machines
04.1590
Rotary die cutting machines
02.1640
Embossing machinery
04.1605
Box making machines, carton making machines
02.1685
Register control systems
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
02.1735
Rotary cutters
04.1770
Corrugated board converting machines
02.1740
Rotary die cutting machines
Product Details
02.1825
Die-cutting machines
04.1215
Bobst SA - Bobst Group
Folding and glueing machines
BOBST Faltschachtel-Klebemaschinen
02.1865
Gravure presses, web-fed
02.1925
Corrugated printing presses
02.1930
Security printing machines
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1220
Folding box making machines
04.1230
Folding box printing and stamping machines
(combined)
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Seit der Entwicklung der PCR 382 im Jahre 1942 werden bei Bobst FaltschachtelKlebemaschinen gebaut, was zu einem unschätzbaren Knowhow geführt hat.
Die Erfahrung, die in diesen mehr als 60 Jahren gesammelt werden konnte, hat
zu Konstruktionen von höchster Flexibilität, Benutzerfreundlichkeit und Produktivität geführt.
Niedrige Auflagen, Schachteln in wachsender Komplexität, Präzisions-anforderungen
durch automatisierte Verpackungs- und Kommissio-niermaschinen, das sind die
Aufgaben, die wir mit unseren Maschinen heute bewältigen müssen. Wir haben
es geschafft, nicht nur Schritt zu halten mit dieser Entwicklung, sondern darüber
hinaus eine Produktivitätssteigerung möglich zu machen.
Unsere Produktreihen, deren Zuverlässigkeit in der Industrie längst in aller Munde
ist, entsprechen genau diesen Anforderungen.
Moderne Technologien haben Anwendung gefunden, mit denen Ver- packungsmit-
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telhersteller den höchsten Nutzen aus unseren modular aufgebauten Linien ziehen
können. Jede Maschine wird in unterschied- lichen Versionen und Variationen
angeboten, abhängig vom Grad der Automatisierung und den Schachteltypen,
die verarbeitet werden sollen. Durch integrierte Qualitätskontrollsysteme wird
gewährleistet, dass die produzierten Schachteln von stets gleichbleibender Güte
und Verarbeitung sind. Unsere jüngste Generation Faltschachtel-Klebema- schinen hat einen neuen Standard in der Industrie manifestiert. Mit diesen Maschinen wird eine enorme Vielfalt von Schachteln in einer großen Bandbreite unterschiedlicher Formate, in unschlagbarer Produktionsge- schwindigkeit und bemerkenswerter Qualität hergestellt. Eine revolu- tionäre Innovation, unsere GYROBOX, eröffnet neue Möglichkeiten für die Produktion von komplexen Verpackungen.
Die Produktivität dieser Linien kann noch gesteigert werden durch den Einsatz
von Peripherie-Geräten, wie z.B. Feedern sowie automatischen oder halbautomatischen Paketiergeräten.
Product Details
BOXPLAN
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
Schnellspannsystem
Modifikation von vorhandenen Original-Schließrahmen inkl. bis zu 4 Magnete (formatabhängig)
künftig entfällt das zeitaufwendige Schließen
der Stanzformen
spezielle, federnde (A) Klemmeinheiten
mit zusätzlichen, seitlichen Klemmungen (B)
Brandtjen and Kluge, Inc.
Address
Wilhelm-Moriell-Str. 7
78315 Radolfzell
Germany
539 Blanding Woods Road
St. Croix Falls, WI 54024
USA
Phone
+1-715483-3265
Phone
0049-7732-982-9970
Fax
+1-715483-1640
Fax
+49-7732-982-9979
Internet address
http://www.kluge.biz
Internet address
www.boxplan.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 11, E05 (Page 958)
Stand
Hall 10, B68 (Page 954)
BOXPLAN
Address
Product Overview
Company News
BOXPLAN
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
04.1220
Folding box making machines
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Brandtjen and Kluge, Inc.
“The Kluge V-10 Series Press is one of the best
investments we have ever made for the future of our
company”
Although located in Grand Rapids, MI, Graphic Specialties see themselves as
the mid-west resource for foil stamping, embossing and diecutting services.
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“The addition of our Kluge V-10 Series Vertical Press (40”) was long overdue. We
bought our first Kluge Press in 1989 - the EHD Series Press, which is designed
to handle a 14” x 22” sheet and for us, primarily functions as a hot foil stamping
machine. As a full service graphic arts finisher we have since acquired several
Kluge machines which are used daily at our 20,000 sq ft facility in Michigan.
For an essential development to the business we needed to be able to offer large
format finishing capabilities to our existing (as well as potential) customer base.
The V-10 Series Vertical Press came with many important options such as 300
tons of impression strength, stripping and gripper removal as well as non stop
feeding and delivery features that greatly reduce down time. On top of that, its
high speeds (up to 7,000 iph) and large format (up to 41” sheet) specifications
allow us to accommodate large print runs as well as fulfilling the need for large
format capabilities.
Since installation we have put the V-10 through its paces. The machine has
handled everything we have thrown at it and is most certainly one of the best
investments we have ever made!”
Brodbeck Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG, Adolf
Address
Rebenstraße 11
72555 Metzingen
Germany
Phone
+49-71239686-0
Fax
+49-71239686-20
Internet address
http://www.brodbeck.info
E-Mail
[email protected]
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—Dale Hutchins, Graphic Specialties
Product Overview
Product Overview
Brandtjen and Kluge, Inc.
Brodbeck Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG, Adolf
04.1295
Tube slicing and dividing machines
04.1300
Tube winding machines
02.1435
Foil stamping machines
02.1640
Embossing machinery
02.1825
Die-cutting machines
04.1295
03.1290
Folding and glueing machines
BRODBECK - HTE 1200
03.1330
Foil stamping machines
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1220
Folding box making machines
04.1280
Foil stamping machines
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Tube slicing and dividing machines
The established and successful manual Core Cutter
BRODBECK HTE 1200 has been recently revised and
updated, and its easy handling and functional practicality continue to offer widespread utilisation and preference not only in the label industry but in printing, plastics and over a generally wide market.
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BRODBECK - TWIN 4-2500
By the new BRODBECK TWIN 4-2500 an newly developed Core Cutting machine will be presented. The
BRODBECK TWIN 4-2500 is an absolutely ultra-modern
succeeding model of the established TWIN 2 and TWIN
3. Completely programmable the new product cuts
cores in expanded diameters from 25 to 230 mm, length about 2,6 m. The
machine is available as semiautomatic machine or with modular integrated automatic feeding as full automated version.
Buhrs-Fulfillment Systems BV
Address
Ambachtsweg 37
3542 DE Utrecht
Netherlands
Phone
+31(0)30 2142680
Fax
+31(0)30 2142681
Internet address
http://www.buhrs.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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BRODBECK UNI 1000
An interesting invention from BRODBECK is a Multi ID
Core Cutter UNI 1000 specially constructed for the label industry. On this machine the desired cutting length
and quantity required are keyed into the control terminal, the parent tubes are fed in and cut cores of the
highest quality and precise length are discharged. The
advance in technology centres upon the patent-pending design of a single cutting mandrel suitable for all core diameters from 25 - 150 mm. Virtually every
other core cutter available today requires individual size parts for each different
internal tube diameter. The single cutting tool of the UNI 1000 saves both: the
expense of buying and maintaining multiple mandrels, and the time necessary
to change sizes.
BRODBECK-UNI–45-2000
With the BRODBECK-UNI-45-2000 it is possible to cut
cores with diameters from 70 until 450 mm and wall
thicknesses up to 20 mm. Any cost-intensiv down-time
is canceled completely, because no change of toolings
is necessary. A polished and burr free cutting surface
is guaranteed by cutting on a polyamid coverd cutting
mandrel and a jet-lubrication of knife. Highest security standards are given. The
whole machine is closed by a protection hood. The UNI 45-2000 is simply to use.
The cores are fed onto the cutting mandrel, the cutting length is entered at the
terminal and the machine is started by a button. Optional the machine is also
available with a fullautomatic Core Feeding System.
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Buhrs-Fulfillment Systems BV
Committed to Higher Productivity in Mailing
Buhrs, a leading international provider of mailing and fulfilment solutions, will
be presenting the latest developments in envelope inserting and poly and paper
wrapping systems at its booth C46 in hall 16 at drupa. “The main objective behind all of the applications we will have on exhibit is to achieve further increases
in the productivity of mailing by raising net output. We help our customers
achieve this by delivering higher yields with smaller labour forces, eliminating
jams, errors and defects, running at higher speeds, improving the integration of
processes and devoting less time to inspections, set ups and changeovers,” explains Adrian van der Klooster, President of the company that will be celebrating
its 100th anniversary in 2008.
Flexible, Peak Performance At drupa, Buhrs will be presenting the Buhrs BB700
Envelope Inserting System, its flagship system in the area of high-performance,
multiformat envelope inserting systems, together with a newly-developed, robust
channel that can also be put to use with poly wrapping systems from Buhrs. The
company will be demonstrating channel output processing of variable job sizes,
as well as insert feeding for envelope inserting. With its ability to process formats
from C6 to B4 at the highest speeds currently available, the Buhrs BB700 ranks
as the fastest, most productive multiformat envelope inserting system on the
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market today. A Buhrs BB300 10K Envelope Inserting System that attaches
plastic cards inline prior to inserting will be yet another highlight at drupa. Here,
in order to ensure the highest possible integrity, a bar code contained on each
plastic card will automatically be matched with the respective document it is to
be inserted together with.
partner to postal organisations, publishers, printers, binders, mailing houses, letter shops, banks, service bureaus, insurance companies, fulfilment companies
and many other companies ranging from medium-sized to leading businesses.
In the area of poly and paper wrapping, as well, Buhrs will be showing applications designed to achieve the highest possible productivity. For example, a
Buhrs 3000 Polywrapping System will be completing a rather typical mailing task
that calls for magazines to be inserted into high-quality film and then be personalised on a selective basis, using pre-printed address labels. These are read
first, then buffered and finally delivered to the right set by the new Buhrs BF4
Buffer Feeder. This new innovation offers maximum flexibility with selective poly
wrapping and complete control over the system upstream, as a result.
Headquartered in Rotterdam, Buhrs has a network of subsidiaries in the Netherlands, Germany, Finland, France, The United Kingdom, The United States of
America, Japan and China as well as industry-qualified distributors to provide
global coverage.
Buhrs will also be demonstrating a revolutionary way of paper wrapping that results in at least 35,000 finished envelopes per hour. The entire process involving
high-speed packaging of personalised direct mail, including everything from unwinding, slitting, folding, inserting of products, gluing and closing of envelopes,
printing and sorting, will be presented on a Buhrs 4000 Paper Wrapping System.
With over 4,500 systems installed worldwide and four new installations per week,
Buhrs is well-established and proud of its reputation for quality and reliability.
Product Overview
Buhrs-Fulfillment Systems BV
02.1125
Sheet feeders
02.1305
Labelling machines for printed products
Buhrs PPS-30K, a customized high-speed postcard inkjet addressing system
capable of personalizing and addressing and sorting them according to specific
postal sorting criteria will also be on display. According to Buhrs, this solution is
of particular interest to mailing houses, commercial printers and print finishers.
03.1030
Addressing equipment for printed products
03.1280
Labelling machines for printed products
User-friendly Software for System Operators In addition, Buhrs will be presenting its new range of software solutions for more effective mailroom management. The Mailroom Performance Manager module, for example, is capable of
monitoring and analysing up to 50 envelope inserting systems that can even be
located at different sites. This makes it possible to direct mailing processes in a
centralised manner, control them more closely and automate complex and timeconsuming processes. Furthermore, operators receive close to real-time data
on production processes directly at their desks.
04.1035
Addressing equipment for printed products
04.1130
Envelope feeders
The Re-print Reporter module allows service bureaus, professional mailing
houses, letter shops and direct mail companies to closely document their production activities with respect to both mail pieces that have already been processed,
as well as those that were diverted or removed manually and consequently need
to be reprinted.
About Buhrs Buhrs is the leading worldwide provider of mailing and fulfilment
solutions. The company develops, manufactures, sells and services systems
for poly and paper wrapping, envelope inserting and fulfilment. Buhrs systems
prepare media products, such as magazines, newspapers, documents, direct
mail products, books, videos, compact discs and cards, for distribution. Buhrs is
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as the fastest, most productive multiformat envelope inserting system on the
market today. A Buhrs BB300 10K Envelope Inserting System that attaches
plastic cards inline prior to inserting will be yet another highlight at drupa. Here,
in order to ensure the highest possible integrity, a bar code contained on each
plastic card will automatically be matched with the respective document it is to
be inserted together with.
Buhrs-ITM
Address
Brückenstraße 95 a
32584 Löhne
Germany
Phone
+49 (0)5731 744-0
Fax
+49 (0)5731 744-198
Internet address
http://www.buhrs.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Company News
04/17/2008
In the area of poly and paper wrapping, as well, Buhrs will be showing applications designed to achieve the highest possible productivity. For example, a
Buhrs 3000 Polywrapping System will be completing a rather typical mailing task
that calls for magazines to be inserted into high-quality film and then be personalised on a selective basis, using pre-printed address labels. These are read
first, then buffered and finally delivered to the right set by the new Buhrs BF4
Buffer Feeder. This new innovation offers maximum flexibility with selective poly
wrapping and complete control over the system upstream, as a result.
Buhrs will also be demonstrating a revolutionary way of paper wrapping that results in at least 35,000 finished envelopes per hour. The entire process involving
high-speed packaging of personalised direct mail, including everything from unwinding, slitting, folding, inserting of products, gluing and closing of envelopes,
printing and sorting, will be presented on a Buhrs 4000 Paper Wrapping System.
Buhrs-ITM
Committed to Higher Productivity in Mailing
Buhrs turns 100 and prepares to unveil the latest in modern technology at drupa
Buhrs, a leading international provider of mailing and fulfilment solutions, will
be presenting the latest developments in envelope inserting and poly and paper
wrapping systems at its booth C46 in hall 14 at drupa. “The main objective behind all of the applications we will have on exhibit is to achieve further increases
in the productivity of mailing by raising net output. We help our customers
achieve this by delivering higher yields with smaller labour forces, eliminating
jams, errors and defects, running at higher speeds, improving the integration of
processes and devoting less time to inspections, set ups and changeovers,” explains Adrian van der Klooster, President of the company that will be celebrating
its 100th anniversary in 2008.
Flexible, Peak Performance At drupa, Buhrs will be presenting the Buhrs BB700
Envelope Inserting System, its flagship system in the area of high-performance,
multiformat envelope inserting systems, together with a newly-developed, robust
channel that can also be put to use with poly wrapping systems from Buhrs. The
company will be demonstrating channel output processing of variable job sizes,
as well as insert feeding for envelope inserting. With its ability to process formats
from C6 to B4 at the highest speeds currently available, the Buhrs BB700 ranks
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Buhrs PPS-30K, a customized high-speed postcard inkjet addressing system
capable of personalizing and addressing and sorting them according to specific
postal sorting criteria will also be on display. According to Buhrs, this solution is
of particular interest to mailing houses, commercial printers and print finishers.
User-friendly Software for System Operators In addition, Buhrs will be presenting its new range of software solutions for more effective mailroom management. The Mailroom Performance Manager module, for example, is capable of
monitoring and analysing up to 50 envelope inserting systems that can even be
located at different sites. This makes it possible to direct mailing processes in a
centralised manner, control them more closely and automate complex and timeconsuming processes. Furthermore, operators receive close to real-time data
on production processes directly at their desks.
The Re-print Reporter module allows service bureaus, professional mailing
houses, letter shops and direct mail companies to closely document their production activities with respect to both mail pieces that have already been processed,
as well as those that were diverted or removed manually and consequently need
to be reprinted.
About Buhrs Buhrs is the leading worldwide provider of mailing and fulfilment
solutions. The company develops, manufactures, sells and services systems
for poly and paper wrapping, envelope inserting and fulfilment. Buhrs systems
prepare media products, such as magazines, newspapers, documents, direct
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mail products, books, videos, compact discs and cards, for distribution. Buhrs is
partner to postal organisations, publishers, printers, binders, mailing houses, letter shops, banks, service bureaus, insurance companies, fulfilment companies
and many other companies ranging from medium-sized to leading businesses.
Buhrs-Zaandam BV
Address
Vredeweg 7
1500 EB Zaandam
Netherlands
Phone
+31 (0)75 7990600
Fax
+31(0)75 6171393
Internet address
http://www.buhrs.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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With over 4,500 systems installed worldwide and four new installations per week,
Buhrs is well-established and proud of its reputation for quality and reliability.
Headquartered in Rotterdam, Buhrs has a network of subsidiaries in the Netherlands, Germany, Finland, France, The United Kingdom, The United States of
America, Japan and China as well as industry-qualified distributors to provide
global coverage.
Contacts Jan Clement VP of Marketing Buhrs Holding BV Veerkade 5C 3016
DE Rotterdam Phone: +31 (0)10 4111633 E-mail: [email protected]
www.buhrs.com
Product Overview
Buhrs-ITM
02.1260
Inserting systems
Company News
02.1270
Continuous stationery converting machines
04/17/2008
02.1560
Mailer machines
02.1895
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1250
Inserting systems
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
04.1425
Mailer machines
04.1620
Cheque-book making machines
04.1745
Mailroom equipment for printed products
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Buhrs-Zaandam BV
Committed to Higher Productivity in Mailing
Buhrs, a leading international provider of mailing and fulfilment solutions, will
be presenting the latest developments in envelope inserting and poly and paper
wrapping systems at its booth C46 in hall 16 at drupa. “The main objective behind all of the applications we will have on exhibit is to achieve further increases
in the productivity of mailing by raising net output. We help our customers
achieve this by delivering higher yields with smaller labour forces, eliminating
jams, errors and defects, running at higher speeds, improving the integration of
processes and devoting less time to inspections, set ups and changeovers,” explains Adrian van der Klooster, President of the company that will be celebrating
its 100th anniversary in 2008.
Flexible, Peak Performance At drupa, Buhrs will be presenting the Buhrs BB700
Envelope Inserting System, its flagship system in the area of high-performance,
multiformat envelope inserting systems, together with a newly-developed, robust
channel that can also be put to use with poly wrapping systems from Buhrs. The
company will be demonstrating channel output processing of variable job sizes,
as well as insert feeding for envelope inserting. With its ability to process formats
from C6 to B4 at the highest speeds currently available, the Buhrs BB700 ranks
as the fastest, most productive multiformat envelope inserting system on the
market today. A Buhrs BB300 10K Envelope Inserting System that attaches
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plastic cards inline prior to inserting will be yet another highlight at drupa. Here,
in order to ensure the highest possible integrity, a bar code contained on each
plastic card will automatically be matched with the respective document it is to
be inserted together with.
ter shops, banks, service bureaus, insurance companies, fulfilment companies
and many other companies ranging from medium-sized to leading businesses.
In the area of poly and paper wrapping, as well, Buhrs will be showing applications designed to achieve the highest possible productivity. For example, a
Buhrs 3000 Polywrapping System will be completing a rather typical mailing task
that calls for magazines to be inserted into high-quality film and then be personalised on a selective basis, using pre-printed address labels. These are read
first, then buffered and finally delivered to the right set by the new Buhrs BF4
Buffer Feeder. This new innovation offers maximum flexibility with selective poly
wrapping and complete control over the system upstream, as a result.
Headquartered in Rotterdam, Buhrs has a network of subsidiaries in the Netherlands, Germany, Finland, France, The United Kingdom, The United States of
America, Japan and China as well as industry-qualified distributors to provide
global coverage.
Buhrs will also be demonstrating a revolutionary way of paper wrapping that results in at least 35,000 finished envelopes per hour. The entire process involving
high-speed packaging of personalised direct mail, including everything from unwinding, slitting, folding, inserting of products, gluing and closing of envelopes,
printing and sorting, will be presented on a Buhrs 4000 Paper Wrapping System.
With over 4,500 systems installed worldwide and four new installations per week,
Buhrs is well-established and proud of its reputation for quality and reliability.
Product Overview
Buhrs-Zaandam BV
02.1070
Supplement inserting machines
02.1430
Foil sealing machines
Buhrs PPS-30K, a customized high-speed postcard inkjet addressing system
capable of personalizing and addressing and sorting them according to specific
postal sorting criteria will also be on display. According to Buhrs, this solution is
of particular interest to mailing houses, commercial printers and print finishers.
02.1515
Compensating stackers
03.1060
Supplement inserting machines
User-friendly Software for System Operators In addition, Buhrs will be presenting its new range of software solutions for more effective mailroom management. The Mailroom Performance Manager module, for example, is capable of
monitoring and analysing up to 50 envelope inserting systems that can even be
located at different sites. This makes it possible to direct mailing processes in a
centralised manner, control them more closely and automate complex and timeconsuming processes. Furthermore, operators receive close to real-time data
on production processes directly at their desks.
03.1325
Foil sealing machines
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1275
Foil sealing machines
04.1380
Compensating stackers
04.1510
Mail postcards/Bags and Accessories
The Re-print Reporter module allows service bureaus, professional mailing
houses, letter shops and direct mail companies to closely document their production activities with respect to both mail pieces that have already been processed,
as well as those that were diverted or removed manually and consequently need
to be reprinted.
About Buhrs Buhrs is the leading worldwide provider of mailing and fulfilment
solutions. The company develops, manufactures, sells and services systems
for poly and paper wrapping, envelope inserting and fulfilment. Buhrs systems
prepare media products, such as magazines, newspapers, documents, direct
mail products, books, videos, compact discs and cards, for distribution. Buhrs is
partner to postal organisations, publishers, printers, binders, mailing houses, let-
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has happened Burcas has been really helpful, making additional collections and
deliveries and turning blades round in double-quick time.
Burcas Ltd.
Address
Handsworth
B21 8LT Birmingham
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1215532777
Fax
+44-1215531284
Internet address
www.burcasonline.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
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“We have been working with Burcas for a couple of years now and because their
staff have so much experience in this area they can also provide us with advice
on technical issues regarding knife setting and materials, as well as on ways of
making potential savings.”
02/25/2008
Midlands-based Burcas is the only company in the UK manufacturing carbide
tipped sheeters – providing its customers with premium products supported by
a high level of expertise and service and at lengths up to 4.5 or even 5m.
The company, which has over 20 years of experience in the manufacture of
a variety of specialist knives for the paper and converting industries, including
sheeters and slitters, is fully equipped with the latest technology, ensuring its
customers benefit from the best blades for the job.
Burcas Ltd.
UPM Shotton Stays Sharp with Burcas
UPM Shotton Paper Mill, one of the major newsprint suppliers in the UK, has
chosen Midlands-based Burcas as its partner for the provision of all its knife
grinding services.
The plant, part of the Finnish UPM-Kymmene Group, opened in 1985 with a
single machine turning out 220,000 tonnes of newsprint a year. Since then staff
levels have increased and an additional machine has been added and output
has more than doubled to 540,000 tonnes of newsprint per annum.
Blade sharpness is, of course, a key quality factor for UPM Shotton, which, being a 365 days a year, 24-hours a day facility, cannot tolerate unnecessary or
unplanned down-time on its machines. With six 8 m wide winding machines,
knife grinding is a major requirement and the company has therefore arranged
that one of Burcas’ vans collects winder blades for sharpening and delivers resharpened blades on a regular fortnightly basis, thus providing a plentiful supply
in stock at any time.
However, even the best laid plans can sometimes come to grief, as Peter
Forsyth, day Supervisor on UPM Shotton’s Line 1, explains “Occasionally, unexpected changes to the quality and winder operation can occur, which can really
chew up the winder blades and leave us low on stock. In instances when this
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Burcas controls the complete manufacturing processes, cutting the steel, milling
the groove and brasing the carbide tips in place, then grinding the blade to the
correct final finish. All knives bow during the brazing process, due to the differential thermal expansion of carbide and steel. Burcas’ skills lie in their expert
ability to control the straightening process, a craft skill which varies according
to the length of knife and its cross section and which is particularly difficult to
control with very long and deep sheeter knives.
Many of Burcas’ sheeter knives are exported around the world to countries including Spain, Germany, South Africa, America and Slovenia. The company is
finding a particularly buoyant market in the emerging Eastern Block countries
where paper manufacture is booming.
Burcas’ knife making skills are particularly appreciated where customers have
particular requirements which demand the development of special sheeter
knives, for example for specialist machines used in niche markets such as greeting card manufacture.
In addition, Burcas also offers a knife management scheme, whereby a customer’s knives are regularly collected, sharpened and delivered back to his factory, being replaced when necessary, on a lease basis. This avoids the need
for one-off capital expenditure on knives and their replacements and spreads
the cost over a long period - Burcas vans regularly collect and deliver knives
throughout much of the UK. And because Burcas manufactures knives itself, its
re-grinding equipment is second to none with no less than seven specialist knife
grinding machines on the premises.
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“This is a skill-based business,“ comments Burcas’ technical specialist, Brian
Kelly, “our customers know that if they have a particular issue or some new
problem crops up, we are happy to put our experience and knowledge to their
benefit.”
Product Overview
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03.1220
Three-knife trimmers
03.1405
Circular knives
03.1420
Straight knives
As final product manufacturing processes have become faster and more automated, users are looking for ever greater slit width accuracy and slit edge quality. In order to help customers achieve these objectives Dienes has developed
a number of innovative pneumatic knife holding solutions for sheeters, winders
and slitting lines – including narrow strip lines.
03.1440
Hole punches
03.1465
Cloth cutters
Supported by Burcas extensive technical expertise customers can now achieve
precise knife guidance, with the use of knife holders for winders starting at a
strip width of 16mm, sheeters up to 1000 g/m2 and slitting lines operating at up
to 3000 m/min.
03.1530
Doctor blades
03.1600
Cutting sticks
Using the very best technology, the Dienes DF family of knife holders incorporates pre-loaded, caged ball bearing sets, with zero clearance, supporting both
the vertical and horizontal stroke travel of the holders. The dual caged ball bearing sets on the vertical stroke prevent torsion, or side twist, of the knife blade
lower head, while a pre-loaded caged ball beating supports the knife blade on
the lower housing, also preventing blade twist.
04.1370
Circular knives
This provides precise adjustment of knife depth and reliable and exact positioning of the knife with integrated 360 degree knife guard.
Circular Knives
Mike Burrows, Burcas MD, comments; “With its long tradition of developing innovative, high quality products, Dienes can justly claim to be a leading provider
of industrial cutting applications. These state-of-the-art knife holding solutions,
including the patented Dienes Knife Pilot Easy Set positioning aid, offer real
productivity benefits to our customers throughout the UK and Ireland.”
Many of the dust and wear problems in the paper industry are caused by poor quality slitting. Burcas has
produced dramatic improvements in knife life, quality of
cut and dust reduction by using the whole spectrum of
available materials - Tungsten carbide, Ceramic, High
Speed Steel and Powder Steels - and ensuring efficient
cutting angles, surface finish and flatness
02/25/2008
Burcas brings Dienes Range of Knife Holders to UK
Customers
Following the recently announced partnership between Dienes Germany and
Midlands-based knife specialists, Burcas Ltd., customers in UK and Ireland can
now benefit from a greatly expanded range of premium knife holding systems.
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Burcas Ltd.
Circular knives
Circular Knives
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heiten können sowohl vor der Verpackungsanlage sowie auch im Anschluß
daran für die Weiterverarbeitung aufgestellt werden. Somit erweitert sich das
Lieferprogramm von der Serienmaschine bis zu Verpackungslinien.
BVM Brunner GmbH & Co. KG
Verpackungsmaschinen
Address
Ferdinand-Lassalle-Straße 62
72770 Reutlingen
Germany
Phone
+49-71219165-0
Fax
+49-71219165-44
Internet address
http://www.bvm-brunner.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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zum Beispiel: - Fördersysteme bis zur Verpackungsmaschine und Abtransport der verpackten Produkte ob einzeln, gestapelt oder als Gebinde. - Staurollenbahnen für die Zuteilung der Produkte in die Verpackungsmaschine aus
dem Stau - Nicht angetriebene Rollenbahnen verschiedenster Ausführung, je
nach Produkt. - Pneumatische Abschubstation für den Abtransport der verpackten Gebinde, 90° im Winkel. - BVM Saug-Schiebe-Anleger A 3535 Für
die Produktzuführung direkt auf das Einlaufband der Verpackungsmaschine.
Geeignet für Zeitschriften, Kataloge, CDs, DVDs u. ä. schubfähige Produkte. - BVM Autoloader für die kontinuierliche, vollautomatische Beschickung des BVM Saug-Schiebe-Anlegers - Stapelstation für die Gruppierung und
Entstapelung bzw. Abstapelung von Produkten - BVM Pushereinheit* Auf dem
Einlaufband der Compacta montiert für runde Produkte wie z.B.Becherdeckel
oder Klebebandrollen. Einfach demontierbar, das Einlaufband kann somit, je
nach Anwendungsfall, als Zuführband oder mit Pushereinheit verwendet werden. *Gebrauchsmuster-Schutz
www.bvm-brunner.de perfection in packaging ...
Company News
23.01.2008
BVM Brunner GmbH & Co. KG Verpackungsmaschinen
Neuvorstellung
Product Overview
Erstmals auf der Drupa 2008 wird die Compacta Genius vorgestellt. Die
Maschine arbeitet mit einer kontinuierlichen Querschweißung und wurde für
spezielle Verpackungsmärkte entwickelt. Der Leistungsbereich liegt bei bis zu
130 Takte pro Minute, je nach Produkt und Ausstattung. Als Basis dient die am
Markt sehr gut eingeführte Compacta mit Ihrer Modulbauweise. So wurde das
Konzept am Design der „taktenden“ Compacta Serie angepasst. Der mechanische Aufbau ist speziell auf Servotechnik zugeschnitten. Durch den einfachen
mechanischen Aufbau ist die Maschine trotz Einsatz von Servotechnik preisgünstig. Die Querschweißung, welche sich seit Jahren in der Praxis bewährt
hat, wurde ebenfalls von der taktenden Compacta Serie übernommen. Dieses
Maschinenkonzept zeichnet sich durch eine optimale Zugänglichkeit aus. In
Verbindung mit stabilen Führungen, bekannt aus dem Werkzeugmaschinenbau, erhöht sich die Produktionssicherheit. Der Aufbau ohne Übertragungselemente wie Ketten verrringern den Wartungsaufwand. In erster Linie steht das
Unternehmen BVM für „Made in Germany“. BVM wählt für den Aufbau seiner
Maschinen wegweisende Techniken.
BVM Brunner GmbH & Co. KG Verpackungsmaschinen
02.1430
Foil sealing machines
02.1560
Mailer machines
02.1770
Shrink film packaging equipment
02.1895
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1325
Foil sealing machines
03.1610
Shrink film packaging equipment
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
Besonderes Wissen und Erfahrung verfügt die Firma BVM im Bereich von
Zuführ- und Gruppiersystemen, Handlings- und Transportsystemen. Diese Ein-
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04.1060
Banding machines
04.1270
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
04.1425
Mailer machines
04.1645
Shrink film packaging equipment
04.1745
Mailroom equipment for printed products
Product Details
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Bäuerle GmbH, Mathias
Gewerbehallestraße 7-11
78112 St. Georgen
Germany
Phone
+49-7724882-200
Fax
+49-7724882-201
Internet address
http://www.mb-bauerle.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Banding machines
BM/SP 6030 Stretch Bander – Sleeve Sealer
Stretch banders and sleeve sealers wrap sleeves of single wound film around products; a stretch bander will
stretch the film tightly around a product, a sleeve sealer
will produce a loose sleeve that is usually shrunk tight
to the product on its way through a shrink tunnel. A machine can be configured with inline or right-angle product flow. Whether it is a fully-automatic or
semi-automatic machine, or a combo-machine with wrapper and shrink tunnel
combined on one frame, we supply wrapping machines for a wide range of applications.
04.1425
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Mailer machines
BVM Mailmaster
The innovative Mailmaster brings efficiency to your
mailing operation. Products are horizontally wrapped
to produce tightly wrapped packs, heat shrinking is
not necessary. The Mailmaster is specifically designed for wrapping directmail products, for example magazines, catalogues and brochures, in industries
such as printing, publishing, and logistics. Adding an addressing system to a
Mailmaster creates a perfect mail wrapping machine that delivers up to 130
packs/minute ready for mailing.
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Bäuerle GmbH, Mathias
Automation for Efficiency
is the new slogan of MB Bäuerle, an innovative company presenting a number of new developments and product enhancements at the drupa 2008. These
benefit the traditional folding products as well as inserting and mailing systems.
Todays printing industry is facing an ever increasing need for specialization and
expansion beyond purely paper-based media. This makes optimizing and automating processes more important than ever.
The most automated folder available today, prestigeFOLD NET 52, is expanded
downward into the specialities of pharmaceutical and small format folding. prestigeFOLD NET 38 will be presented for the first time at the drupa 2008. With
NET 38 MB Bäuerle offers an optimum of operator convenience and CIP3/CIP4compatibility for small format folding. Fully automatic machine set-up, sturdy
construction, and a high degree of adaptability round out the outstanding features of this buckle fold machine. With the prestigeFOLD NET 38, different machine configurations for the format range 38 x 65 cm will be exhibited. They feature the same complete automation from feeder to delivery as their big brother
prestigeFOLD NET 52. Setting automation is comprehensive including positioning of the setting elements for the flat pile feeder, fold plate stops, deflectors,
fold rollers, alignment rails and delivery rollers. These settings take place automatically. Operator guidance is self-explanatory through a touch screen panel.
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20 standard folds for parallel and cross folds are programmed. All other folds
are easily and quickly programmable. More than 200 jobs can be saved in a
program memory. Set-up times for repetitive jobs are extremely short because
speed, sheet gap, shingled delivery, etc. are also set automatically. Corrections
of the fold are possible with a precision of 0.1 mm while the system is running.
prestigeFOLD NET 52 and 38 systems can be equipped with 1, 2 or 3 buckle
fold units, with 2, 4 or 6 automatic fold plates in each fold unit. The addition of a
mobile knife fold unit is also possible. prestigeFOLD NET 38: max. format 38 x
65 cm, min. format 7 x 12 cm, speed 220 m/min.
Besides a classical configuration, the prestigeFOLD NET 52 will be shown in a
customized application with JDF-workflow-connection. The Ethernet interface
provides CIP3/CIP4-compatibility, enabling integration into in-plant networks.
Data transfer for machine set-up and real-time recording and transmission of
operating data to remote hosts is now a reality. Customer benefits from this
combination of all operational sequences, such as, for example, the reduction of
production cycles, improved quality control and less waste, will be shown at the
booth of MB Bäuerle. In addition to the advantages resulting from the complete
automation of the prestigeFOLD NET 52, the flexibility of this line of products is
demonstrated by presenting the folder in a configuration for continuous forms; a
two-up self mailer will be produced on-site. Another highlight is the the HybridMailer NET 52, a mailing system for processing both cut sheet and continuous
forms. This system emphasizes that automation makes sense for the production of mailings. Included in the mailing system is also the fully automatic fold
unit NET 52 with front-mounted timed perforating head unit, cutting module CM
52 with timed cutting head and perforating tool, a second NET 52 fold unit with
cold glue valves, a vacuum transfer table with hot melt head, plough folding unit
and shingled delivery. On the vacuum transfer table a card is glued onto the self
mailer with a friction feeder. After card attaching the self mailer is plough-folded
and sealed on both sides. A camera systems ensures that the cards and self
mailers match. prestigeFOLD NET 52: max. format 52 x 85 cm, min. format 10
x 12 cm, speed 220 m/min.
With the leaflet folder CAS 21/4 NET, MB Bäuerle exhibits the first completely
automated folder integrated in packaging systems for folding pharmaceutical inserts. All important settings are made by touch screen display. Four automatic
fold plates with integrated deflectors allow all common small folds. The smallest
fold length is 16 mm. 16 folds are programmed and can be recalled immediately, all other folds are easily programmable. Fold rollers setting has also been
automated and code readers move to a defined position by pushing a button.
Also by pushing a button the setting data of all jobs can be saved, so precise
setting of the system for repetitive jobs is accomplished in a very short time.
This increases productivity, making short runs more feasible. An electronic interface permits the integration of the leaflet folder software with the control of the
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cartoning or packaging machine. The CAS 21/4 feeder is top-loaded to ensure
uninterrupted operation. It is possible to process pre-folded products as well as
unfolded sheets. Not all package inserts must be folded during the packaging
process. Operating instructions and information leaflets can, for example, be
produced in a separate work stop. For this application MB Bäuerle will show
the leaflet folder CAS 21/4 NET as an offline version. For this purpose the fold
module is connected to a pressing unit and a tabbing system which close the
folded package inserts before they are stacked in the vertical stacker SKM 36.
CAS 21/4 NET: max. format 21,6 x 60 cm, min. format 10 x 8 cm, speed 240
m/min.
The folders of the model range CAS 35 make folding professional because
the computer control replaces most manual set-ups. Operation is very simple,
change of jobs extremely fast. The multimaster CAS 35 is the perfect folder for
in-house printing departments, copy and letter shops as well as digital printers.
The fold unit is equipped with two fold plates for all common parallel folds. Cross
fold jobs are also possible, because the top-loading, bottom-feed air feeder also
separates already folded sheets. There is no need for fold roller setting. Special
polyurethane rollers make fold roller setting unnecessary. multimaster CAS 35:
max. format 35 x 54 cm, min. format 5 x 7 cm, speed 160 m/min.
An increase in productivity and throughput are the goal of the continuous development of the innovative inserting autoSET 18, a high-capacity system for
inserting individualized documents with selective insert feeding. The standard
system handles a very wide range of inserts and envelope styles and formats.
Total package thicknesses of up to 10 cm are possible. This is an important advantage when generating documents where information about transactions (e.g.
bank statements) is combined with advertising messages. The outstanding features of this system are a high degree of operator convenience, comprehensive
automation, complete modularity, low noise emission and modern industrial design. Operation takes place by touch screen. After entering the setting data or
recalling an existing job from the memory the setting elements for the feeding
system, accumulator, fold unit, document track, envelope loader, enveloping
station, sealing station, diverter and on-edge stacker are positioned automatically. The machine can process continuous forms and cut sheet, permits the
use of many additional components and offers a high document throughput and
a maximum speed of 18,000 cycles/h.
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Product Overview
Bäuerle GmbH, Mathias
Bäuerle GmbH, Mathias
04.1245
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Supplement inserting machines
03.1100
Sheet feeders
03.1185
CIP 4 applications
03.1255
Continuous stationery converting machines
03.1300
Folding and pasting units
Folding machines, floor models
FOLD NET 52
Die ultimative Falztechnik: prestigeFOLD NET 52
Erste Falzmaschine mit durchgängiger Einrichtautomatik
- Automatische Einstellung für: ● Anleger ● Lineale
● Falztaschen ● Walzen
● Bogenweichen ● Auslage
- 20 Falzarten fest gespeichert
03.1305
Folding machines, floor models
03.1310
Folding machines, table top
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
04.1130
Envelope feeders
04.1240
Folding and pasting units
04.1245
Folding machines, floor models
04.1425
Mailer machines
04.1530
Cross cutters
04.1635
Guillotines and guillotine systems
- Andere Falzarten frei programmierbar
- 200 Speicherplätze für Wiederholjobs
- CIP3/CIP4-kompatibel
- Falzwerke mit 4 oder 6 Taschen
- Erweiterbar bis zu 3 Taschenfalzwerken
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BÖWE SYSTEC AG
Address
Phone
Werner-von-Siemens-Str. 1
86159 Augsburg
Germany
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
04.1635
Guillotines and guillotine systems
04.1745
Mailroom equipment for printed products
0049-821-5702-0
Product Details
Fax
Internet address
+49-821-5702-234
04.1635
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 06, A61 (Page 938)
Product Overview
Guillotines and guillotine systems
Solo Systems
www.boewe-systec.de
E-Mail
BÖWE SYSTEC AG
The individual function machines by BÖWE SYSTEC have have been setting
the standards in the market place for decades now. With thousands of units in
use all over the world, and more than 80,000 stand-alone systems sold, BÖWE
SYSTEC is the world market leader in high-performance cutting systems for
continuous documents.
BÖWE SYSTEC AG
02.1270
Continuous stationery converting machines
02.1560
Mailer machines
02.1765
Guillotines and guillotine systems
02.1895
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1255
Continuous stationery converting machines
03.1377
Stapling machines
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
All individual systems can be incorporated at any time into the modular concept
of the BÖWE SYSTEC systems - tailor-made to customer requirements.
04.1745
Mailroom equipment for printed products
Turbo Premium, Marathon 16, Enduro, Vario, Quattro, Compact
BÖWE SYSTEC offers a complete line of inserting systems in all performance classes to guarantee the dispatching of printed documents safely, quickly and efficiently.
The modular structure of the system components provides the flexibility that enables a single system to process multiple applications. System configurations
can span from the simplex to the sophisticated based on the degree of automation and intelligence required.
Increase the productivity of your mailroom with a new generation of software!
The BÖWE One software will enable your business to increase the quality and
integrity of production processes, manage the efficiency of an entire operation
and enhance the value of customer communications.
“BÖWE One“ means for you: 1. Maximum transparency: You get exact realtime data on every document, every job and every production process. 2. Highest quality and integrity: The data base driven production guarantees absolute
precision – it identifies errors and automatically starts the reprint process. This
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leads to a reduction in costs. 3. Previously unseen level of productivity: Your
workflow can be planned in such a way as to guarantee an optimum utilisation
of resources. You achieve maximum output – with the highest quality results.
Product Details
BÖWE One consists of modules, which will be modified individually on the customer needs.
Baking Cases making machines
Cup making machines
Muffin cups/cases making machines
reel fed automatic machines for production of paper muffin/cakes and tartelettes
moulds also ovenable material
Calvi & C. SAS
Address
04.1070
Calvi & C. SAS
Via Flumendosa, 12
20132 Milano
Italy
CERATIZIT Austria GmbH
Address
6600 Reutte
Austria
+39-022590940
Phone
+43-5672200
Internet address
http://www.e-calvi.it
Fax
+43-5672200
E-Mail
[email protected]
Internet address
http://www.ceratizit.com
Stand
Hall 11, A55 (Page 958)
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, E69 (Page 962)
Phone
+39-0227207720
Fax
Product Overview
Calvi & C. SAS
04.1070
Cup making machines
Product Overview
04.1490
Cardboard plate making machines
02.1510
Circular knives
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
02.1660
Sheet cutter installed in printing presses
04.1720
Tray making machines
02.1730
Rotary cross cutting machines
02.1735
Rotary cutters
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03.1405
Circular knives
03.1415
Slitting and cross cutting machines
03.1420
Straight knives
03.1520
Cross cutters
04.1370
Messer für Granulatoren
Cerutti Spirito Impianti Srl
Address
S.S. 31-KM 21+150
15030 Villanova Monferrato
Italy
Circular knives
Phone
+39-0142483877
04.1375
Circular shears
Fax
+39-0142493998
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
Internet address
http://www.ceruttiimpianti.it
04.1405
Straight knives
E-Mail
[email protected]
04.1530
Cross cutters
Stand
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04.1580
Rotary cross cutting machines
04.1585
Rotary cutters
06.1010
Consulting
Product Overview
Product Details
04.1405
CERATIZIT Austria GmbH
Cerutti Spirito Impianti Srl
04.1080
Coating machines and devices
04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1355
Adhesive applicating machines and devices
04.1390
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
04.1420
Ventilation systems
04.1775
Winders
Straight knives
CERATIZIT - Langmesser
Produktpalette:
Planschneidermesser
Dreischneidermesser
Trimmermesser für Klebebinder
Trimmermesser für Sammelhefter
Querschneidermesser
Ferag - Messer
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04.1080
Cerutti Spirito Impianti Srl
Coating machines and devices
05.1275
Adhesives and glues
05.1470
Specialty printing supplies - others
Converting
Product Details
Compact structure and easy handling ensure better performance as well as rapid job-changeover
04.1385
Chemline India Limited
Varnish and lamination
SOLVENT BASED & SOLVENTLESS POLYURETHANES
WATER BASED WET & DRY LAMINATION ADHESIVES
Chemline India Limited
Address
COMAG Engineering GmbH
F-1, Sarda Chamber 1,
110085 New Delhi
India
Phone
0091-11-27555999
Fax
0091-11-27555992
Internet address
www.chemlineglobal.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 07.2, G05 (Page 948)
Product Overview
Address
Kinskygasse 40-44
1230 Wien
Austria
Phone
+43 (0)1 6629446
Fax
+43 (0)1 6629446-90
Internet address
http://www.comag.at
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Chemline India Limited
03.1065
Coatings
04.1385
Varnish and lamination
05.1040
Book cover materials
05.1135
Printer’s varnishes
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COMAG Engineering GmbH
03.1040
Bonding machines
03.1125
Book embossing presses
03.1150
Book jacketing machines
03.1330
Foil stamping machines
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03.1395
Adhesive applicating machines and devices
03.1490
Cardboard cutters
03.1515
Embossing machinery
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
04.1280
Foil stamping machines
04.1355
Adhesive applicating machines and devices
04.1520
Embossing machinery
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
Product Details
04.1280
04.1520
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
COVI-THC 1665
COMAG Engineering GmbH
Foil stamping machines
CONVERTEX Maschinen GmbH
COVI-HOT Stamper 2002
04.1355
Embossing machinery
COVI-Hot Stamper 2002
Adhesive applicating machines and devices
COVI-Stencil Glueing Unit
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Address
Florastraße 11
40217 Düsseldorf
Germany
Phone
+49-211371313
Fax
+49-211371888
Internet address
http://www.convertex.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 10, E78 (Page 954)
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Product Overview
CONVERTEX Maschinen GmbH
02.1710
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
03.1620
Seal making machines
04.1335
Cash register roll making machines
04.1340
Till roll making machines
04.1465
Paper serviette making machines
04.1705
Toilet paper making machines
Product Details
04.1335
Till roll making machines
Cash
register
roll
making
POS+ATM+THERMO Paper
machinery
for
POS+ATM+ADD+FAX+PLOTTER+LOTTERY Paper
Rolls
CONVERTEX Maschinen GmbH
04.1465
Paper serviette making machines
Table Napkin Folders
Cash register roll making machines
Machinery for POS+ATM+THERMO Paper Rolls
Table Napkin Folders
POS+ATM+THERMO Paper Rolls
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China.
CUPO TECH CO.,LTD
Address
Tel : + 86-21-6251-4685
Phone
+82-25733585
Fax
+82-25735179
Internet address
www.cupotech.com
E-Mail
Stand
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Product Overview
CUPO TECH CO.,LTD
02.1205
Printing and die-cutting machines, automated
(combined)
04.1070
Cup making machines
04.1195
Ice cream cone wrapping machinery
04.1515
Embossing and punching machinery
04.1590
Rotary die cutting machines
04.1720
Tray making machines
[email protected]
Hall 11, B69 (Page 958)
Company News
01/28/2008
Fax: +86-21-6252-4985
3/F, Seoheung Bldg. 248-6 Yangjae-dong,
Seoul 137-894
Korea (Rep.)
CUPO TECH CO.,LTD
New upgrade machine
We upgraded paper cup machine
Product Details
Production speed is 70 pcs/Min
04.1070
02/05/2008
Export in Mexico
Export Latin America
We are shipping 6 machine(Paper cup m/c, blank die cutting m/c) in Latin America in Feburary
02/05/2008
Cup making machines
Paper cup m/c
We shipped 3 paper cup machine in Mexico in January
02/05/2008
CUPO TECH CO.,LTD
Model No. : CPD-075 Cup Size 2.5oz ~170oz Speed
: Max.70pcs/Min Paper : Single or Double PE Coating paper Sealing Method : Ceremic Hot Air or Heater
sealing Electrical Requirment Approx. 5Kw ~23Kw / Hr
Compressed Air Blower system (No need Air Compressor) Dimension 2500x1600x1600 Weight 2000Kg
China branch
We open China branch last year
Address : Rm 22A,No.2,Lane 299, Xuanhua Rd, Changning Area, Shanghai,
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04.1195
Ice cream cone wrapping machinery
04.1720
Tray making machines
Ice cream cone winding m/c
Tray, Food box m/c
Model No. CP-1500 Cone Size Min. 100mm, Max.
255mm Cone Angle 15˚ ~28 ˚ Production Speed Max.
190pcs/Min Material General paper, Aluminum foil paper, Dry wax paper Sealing Method Hot melt spray sealing Control System PLC / Inverter / Sensor Electrical
Requirement Approx. 5Kw / Hr Dimension 1850x1700
x 1800 Weight 1200Kg
Model No. CPD-800 Production Speed Max. 360pcs/Min
Material 200~600g/� Cardboard Paper thickness Max.
Corrugated paper 1.5mm Sealing Methed Glue sealing
Electrical Requirement Approx. 15Kw / Hr Dimension
2950x1320 x 1500 Weight 2000kg
04.1515
CURIONI SUN S.r.l.
Embossing and punching machinery
Embossing and die cutting m/c
Model No. CP-2700 Blank Use : Paper cup Cone sleve
Paper cup, Tray, Hamburgur Box Max, Web Width
980mm Material PE Iaminated paper, Aluminum foil paper, Dry wax paper Paper thickness 170g/� ~500g/�
Control System AC Servo / Inverter / Sensor Output
(Capacity) Max.300 Strokes / Min Max.150 Electrical
Requirment Approx. 5 ~8Kw / Hr Compressed Air No need Air Dimension
2500x1400 x 1800 Weight 2200Kg
04.1590
Rotary die cutting machines
Address
Zona Industriale S. Atto, P.O. Box 44
64020 Teramo
Italy
Phone
+39-03714021
Fax
+39-0371402283
Internet address
http://www.curionisun.it
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Die cutting m/c
Model No. CP-200 Blank Use : Paper cup Cone sleve
Paper cup, Tray, Hamburgur Box Max, Web Width
980mm Material PE Iaminated paper, Aluminum foil paper, Dry wax paper Paper thickness 170g/� ~500g/�
Control System AC Servo / Inverter / Sensor Output
(Capacity) Max.300 Strokes / Min Max.150 Electrical
Requirment Approx. 5 ~8Kw / Hr Compressed Air No need Air Dimension
2500x1400 x 1800 Weight 2200Kg
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CURIONI SUN S.r.l.
04.1090
Bag and pouchmaking machines
04.1600
Sack making machines
04.1710
Carrrier bag handle gluing machine
04.1715
Carrier bag making machines
04.1770
Corrugated board converting machines
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Product Details
04.1710
CURIONI SUN S.r.l.
Carrrier bag handle gluing machine
Cyklos v.d.
Address
Cukrovarska 104
533 61 Choltice
Czech Republic
Phone
+420-466099025
Fax
+420-466099-021
Handle making unit
Our handle making units can be installed in line with
other manufacturers’ paper bag making machines.
This flexibility and easy successive implementation will
grant you, for instance, to replace obsolete handle making units and to utilize the paper bag making machines again by adding a new
conception unit with very profitable production features.
Internet address
http://www.cyklos.cz
No substantial and arduous intervention will be necessary to adjust our handle
making units to your paper bag making machines.
E-Mail
[email protected]
Only a simple electric and/or mechanical connection for the transmission is required.
Stand
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All Sun Master models can be equipped with handle making unit for the production of flat paper handles positioned on transversal rails. During the working
time, the handle making unit is in line with the paper bag making machine; in
order to facilitate the maintenance operations it can be automatically moved out
of the line.
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Cyklos v.d.
02.1705
Creasing and scoring machines
02.1755
Jogging tables
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
03.1235
Corner rounding machines
03.1310
Folding machines, table top
03.1370
Card manufacturing systems
03.1440
Hole punches
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Perforating machines
03.1560
Creasing and scoring machines
03.1565
Rotary perforating units
03.1575
Daetwyler Max AG
Address
Flugplatz
3368 Bleienbach
Switzerland
Jogging tables
Phone
+41-6291937-37
03.1655
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
Fax
+41-6291934-00
03.1720
Zigzag folders
Internet address
http://www.daetwyler.com
04.1325
Card manufacturing systems
E-Mail
[email protected]
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
Stand
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05.1355
Perforating tools and equipment
Product Details
04.1325
Company News
Cyklos v.d.
05/28/2008
Daetwyler Max AG
DLS pioneer Bauer Druck to install 3rd Daetwyler
LASERSTAR at Cologne facility
Card manufacturing systems
Bleienbach, Switzerland. Bauer Druck Cologne (BDK), a pioneering user of
the Direct Laser System (DLS) from MDC Max Daetwyler AG decides to invest
into a third LASERSTAR for its Cologne facility.
Card Slitter CPS 325 A
Max working width 325 mm Speed - 5.500 cards per
hour Weight of paper 80 - 400 g/m2 Format (basic setting) 90 x 50 mm The machine enables setting variable
sheet sizes of cards. Sheets are manually inserted and
the machine starts automatically.
As one of the first LASERSTAR users BDK started to use the zinc DLS technology from Daetwyler in 1997. Due to the advantages of this highly stable and efficient rotogravure cylinder engraving system and its high customer acceptance,
BDK installed a second LASERSTAR in 2004.
To further increase capacity and to serve the growing Eastern European markets, Bauer opened the most advanced rotogravure cylinder-making plant in
Nowogrodziec, Poland, in 2006, exclusively using the Daetwyler zinc LASERSTAR. Due to strong growth Bauer Poland already installed a 3rd LASERSTAR
system at this facility in 2007.
With the current trend towards shorter press runs it has become imperative
to have the fastest and most flexible rotogravure cylinder production process,
which is the DLS system from Daetwyler, available. Besides superior process speed, compared to that known from electromechanical engraving, DLSengraved cylinders offer print products of higher quality with no ribbon differ-
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ences and excellent repeatability. Cylinders have also shown further reduced
paper waste and provide ink savings of up to 15 per cent on the commonly used
substrates in illustration printing.
With the latest addition of yet another LASERSTAR, Bauer Druck is the world’s
leading user of the zinc DLS system in illustration rotogravure printing. The
entire cylinder production at Bauer Druck is exclusively done with zinc DLS.
01.1220
Design and make-up systems
01.1235
Engraving machines for embossing plates
01.1240
Engraving machines for gravure printing plate
production
Download press release at: http://www.daetwyler.com/upload/news_docs/bdk_laserstar_pr_en_20080528161401.pdf
01.1290
Product Overview
Daetwyler Max AG
Laser technology for forme making
01.1310
Measuring and testing equipment
01.1015
Etching equipment for gravure
01.1435
Software, Image manipulation
01.1020
Etch depth measuring devices
01.1455
Drying units and cabinets
01.1030
Filing equipment
01.1465
Workflow systems
01.1035
Washing-out units for letterpress and flexo plates
01.1470
Cylinder storage and handling equipment
01.1060
Coating machines for printing plates
01.1475
Cylinder grinding machines
01.1070
Image processing software
02.1045
Filing equipment
01.1115
Computer-to-Flexographic Sleeve
02.1225
Printing formes for gravure printing
01.1120
Computer-to-Gravure Cylinder
02.1650
Impression cylinders, gravure and flexo printing
01.1210
Photographic materials
02.1665
Doctor blades
01.1215
Electroplating facilities
02.1905
Roller finishing machines
02.1955
Cylinder storage and handling equipment
04.1540
Doctor blades
05.1045
Chemicals for pre-press production phases
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05.1195
Filters (for liquids and gases)
05.1485
Gravure supplies
duction machines.
The range of DCM slitter rewinders recently supplemented by USIMECA covers
web width from 600 to 1800 mm. Emphasis is made on productivity based on
the machine concept and equipment on it. These innovative solutions centre
on the loading of the mother roll, the slitting section and finished reel handling.
The user friendly slitter rewinder from DCM USIMECA will be shown by regular
demonstrations.
DCM GROUP
Address
45 Avenue des Guilleraies
92004 Nanterre Cedex
France
Phone
+33-14137-5270
Fax
+33-14137-5271
Internet address
http://www.dcm.fr
E-Mail
[email protected]
DCM USIMECA will also present their new model of solventless laminators. Not
only is DCM USIMECA a world leader of wax and hot melt coaters and also produce dry and wet laminators. Visitors looking for a tailor made machine solutions
are welcome. DCM also have experience with specific applications like PVDC
coating, registered cold seal and so on.
Rotogravure printing will also be represented. Noted for their narrow web concept, DCM USIMECA have gone further to minimize the time of production
changes. Thanks to the designed, the narrow web rotogravure machine BIVA
is more than ever a serious solution for the printer who is looking for a reliable,
low manning level and profitable machine for short and medium print runs.. In
the category of large web shaftless rotogravure presses, the new BRIO model
will be presented to the press and to visitors
DCM USIMECA will present its solutions Hall 10 Stand E39
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04/07/2008
DCM GROUP
DCM GROUP
DCM Group will present numerous Innovations at
DRUPA 2008
The French DCM group, servicing flexible packaging producers for more than
50 years, demonstrate group synergy at DRUPA 2008. After the purchase of
the American company H.G. WEBER at the beginning of the year, the 4 companies of the group, DCM USIMECA, ATN, HOLWEG and H.G. WEBER will
be together on the 240 m2 stand to present the latest innovations in their field.
HOLWEG and H.G. WEBER will present a complete line of paper bag manufacture inline with a six colour printing. It will also be an opportunity for consumers
of both companies to meet their commercial contacts and to gain knowledge of
the after sales organization worldwide. ATN will introduce the new in line rotary
cutter which can be inserted into a new printing line of cardboard packaging or
to supplement an existent line. DCM USIMECA will put emphasize on its new
developments of gravure printing, lamination, slitter rewinders and “sleeve” pro-
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Coating machines and devices
02.1540
Slitting and cross cutting machines
02.1710
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
02.1865
Gravure presses, web-fed
04.1080
Coating machines and devices
04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1335
Cash register roll making machines
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04.1390
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
04.1455
Paper towel making machines
04.1470
Paper handkerchief making machines
04.1495
Paraffining machines, waxing machines and plants
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
Product Details
04.1495
Desta Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Am Wasserturm 35
74635 Kupferzell
Germany
Phone
+49-794694234-0
Fax
+49-794694234-20
Internet address
http://www.desta.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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DCM GROUP
Paraffining machines, waxing machines and plants
LAMINAWAX
WAX
COATER/LAMINATOR
AND
HOT
MELT
Product Overview
- Wax coating 1 or 2 sides - Hot melt coating - Wax lamination paper/foil or film - Web width 800 to 1300 mm Production speed up to 250 m/mm
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Desta Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG
03.1475
Palletising equipment
03.1175
Bundling machines
04.1290
Piston operated stamping machines
03.1655
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
04.1035
Addressing equipment for printed products
04.1675
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
04.1380
Compensating stackers
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Product Overview
04.1675
DGT Dutch Graphic Trade B.V.
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
Servopunch-600
Inline-Stanzmaschine Formschöner Stanzautomat im modernen Design, dennoch sehr robust. Als Inline-Stanze im Einzelnutzenbetrieb ideal für den Einsatz
hinter Sammelheftern, Falzmaschinen oder Anlegern.
Im Offline-Einsatz hervorragend geeignet für klebegebundene Produkte, zum
Kleinschneiden oder Konturstanzen. Mit Ihrem Servoantrieb besticht die Servopunch600 durch besonders exakte und qualitativ hochwertige Arbeitsergebnisse.
DGT Dutch Graphic Trade B.V.
Address
Oetelaarsestraat 71
5292 NK Gemonde
Netherlands
Phone
+31-735517-171
Fax
+31-735517-617
Internet address
http://www.dgt-bv.nl
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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02.1400
Flexographic presses, sheetfed presses
02.1590
Offset presses, sheet-fed
02.1630
Embossing and punching machinery
02.1825
Die-cutting machines
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1220
Folding box making machines
04.1225
Folding box wrapping machines
04.1280
Foil stamping machines
04.1515
Embossing and punching machinery
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
06.1060
Used machinery dealers
Product Details
04.1670
DGT Dutch Graphic Trade B.V.
Die-cutting machines
Diecutters
Ref: Make/model: Sheetsize/cm: Age: 101711 Bobst SP 76 E, stripping station
76x56 1995 12595 Bobst AP 900 90x63 101270 Bobst SP 900 E, stripping station 90x63 1967 101389 Bobst SP 900 E, stripping station 90x63 1975 101715
Bobst SP 102 E, stripping station 102x72 1979 100526
Bobst SP 102 E, stripping station,
cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 102x72 1989 101610 Bobst SP 102 E,
stripping station 102x72 1993 101600 Bobst SP 102 SE, stripping station 102x72
1995 101585
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Bobst SP 102 E II, stripping station,
Mabeg feeder, for solid board and for corrugated
M III B feeder 102x72 1998 101699 Bobst SP 102 E II, stripping station 102x72
2000 100529
board up to 5 mm,
Bobst SP 102 CE, stripping station,
Iijima JFB 1030, stripping and blanking station,
max. speed 9000 sph, centerline, microsystem,
cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 103x73 1987 101369
non-stop apron, elevated machine,
Iberica JR-105 F, stripping station,
cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 102x72 1986 100028
microsystem, centerline, quicklock system 105x75 2001 101710
Bobst SP 102 CER, stripping and
Iberica JR-105, stripping station, microsystem,
blanking station, cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 102x72 1983 101609
Bobst SP 104 E, stripping station 104x74 1999 101372 Bobst SP 104 ER, stripping and blanking station 104x74 2002 101368 Bobst SP 1080, no stripping
station 108x78 1961 101556 Bobst SP 1080 E, stripping station 108x78 1968
100527 Bobst SP 1120 E, stripping station 112x80 1974 100528 Bobst SP 1120
ER, stripping and blanking station 112x80 1980 101245 Bobst SP 1260 E, stripping station 126x92 1971 100251 Bobst SP 1260 E, stripping station 126x92
1976 100065
centerline 105x75 2003 101353 Iberica TR-105 F, stripping station 105x75 2004
13040 Iijima JF 1270, stripping station 127x94 1984 100375
cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 142x102 1979 101219
Dietech 1800 ST Semi-Automatic Platen
Diecutting Machine 182x122 2002 101704 Bobst SPO 1600, vacuum feeder,
centerline 160x110 1992 101708 Bobst SPO 2000 203x127 1990
DIENES WERKE für Maschinenteile GmbH & Co. KG
Bobst SP 130 E, stripping station
cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 130x92 1984 101293
Address
Kölner Straße 7
51491 Overath
Germany
Bobst SP 142 ER, stripping and blanking station,
Phone
+49-2206605-0
corrugated feeder 142x102 1981 100016 Bobst SP 1420 E, stripping station
142x102 1974 100510 Bobst SP 1600 E, stripping station 160x110 1985 101292
Bobst SP 1600 ER, stripping and blanking station, 160x110 1986 100051
Fax
+49-2206605-111
Bobst SP 162 CER, stripping and
Internet address
http://www.dienes.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Bobst SP 130 ER, stripping and blanking station,
corrugated feeder 130x92 1989 100007 Bobst SP 130 SER, stripping and blanking station 130x92 1995 101560
blanking station, cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 162x112 1989 30782
Wupa PS 3.3 A , stripping and blanking station,
cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 102x72 1982 100121
Wupa PS 3.4 A Magnatop, stripping station,
cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 105x73,5 1994 100088
Wupa PS 3.4 C, stripping, blanking station,
cleaned, repainted and reconditioned 105x73,5 1996 100122
Wupa PS 6.3 C, stripping and blanking station,
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DIENES WERKE für Maschinenteile GmbH & Co. KG
Product Overview
04/09/2008
DIENES WERKE für Maschinenteile GmbH & Co. KG
Increased productivity and efficiency by retrofitting
The main task of slitting machines is to convert large, bulky master rolls into
narrower and smaller rolls. The productivity of an application can be increased
considerably by upgrading the slitting unit. As a result, costs and machine down
times can be drastically reduced.
However, a system upgrade does not only bring about enormous quality and
capacity increases, but also:
speed increase increase of basis weight of material to be cut minimisation of slit
width reduction of setup times higher slit width accuracy improvement of slitting
edge quality
Depending upon the complexity of the project, it is recommended to consult a
specialized com¬pany for technical support. In addition to increased productivity and improved quality there are aspects which bear an enormous potential
for further improvements. After carefully evaluating all technical issues, there
is, for instance, the possibility of using indi¬vidually driven bottom knife motors
in conjunction with pneumatic shear cut knife holders of the latest generation.
Compared to the older yet widely used multiple knife block system, the following
benefits will be achieved:
individual drives for quick format and blade changes edge trim chutes are automatically positioned as well unlike manual systems, slitting parameters, such as
side load and overlap are guaranteed to be repeated higher production speeds
are achieved higher accuracy of the slit width tolerances through precise knife
reception
Depending upon the project size of an upgrade, the down time can be reduced
to a minimum of 1-2 days. Upon completion a new era of capacity and quality can be entered. Depending on the available budget, interested companies
is given the opportunity to start with a manual or semi-manual automatic positioning system to reduce setup times. As a result of the modular design, these
systems can be upgraded to a fully automatic positioning system, type DIENES
Module IV, according to your individual time frame.
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Circular knives
03.1405
Circular knives
03.1410
Circular shears
03.1415
Slitting and cross cutting machines
03.1420
Straight knives
03.1455
Knife grinding machines
03.1600
Cutting sticks
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
04.1020
Extraction plants for solids and liquids
04.1295
Tube slicing and dividing machines
04.1370
Circular knives
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
04.1405
Straight knives
04.1540
Doctor blades
04.1625
Cutting sticks
04.1760
Shafts
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Sheeter DC-8922 � Heavy duty sheeter model � Designed for cutting multi-part
sets and other problem materials
Dimuken (GB) Ltd.
Address
Rotary Sheeter DC-9746 � Rotary Sheeter model � Designed for cutting variable length sheets
33 Stapledon Road
PE2 6TD Peterborough
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1733-230044
Fax
+44-1733-230012
Internet address
www.dimuken.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 11, E68 (Page 958)
Product Overview
DC-8304-G ReFolder / Stacker � Used for refolding when running pack to pack
DC-8921 Spiral Folder � Used for folding roll to pack
Domino Printing Sciences plc
Dimuken (GB) Ltd.
02.1270
Continuous stationery converting machines
02.1435
Foil stamping machines
02.1635
Hot stamping machines
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
Address
Bar Hill
Cambridge CB23 8TU
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1954782-551
Fax
+44-1954782-554
Internet address
http://www.domino-printing.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 13, D89 (Page 966)
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Product Details
Dimuken (GB) Ltd.
Domino Printing Sciences plc
DRUPA 2008 MISSION FOR DOMINO PRINTING
SCIENCES PLC
Unwinder DC-8406 � Used for feeding an off-line roll
fed system
‘Adding value through ink jet integration’ is the key theme being presented by
Domino Printing Sciences plc on its stand (Hall 13, Stand D89) at Drupa 2008.
The culmination of 30 years of dedication, expertise and product innovation,
Domino is presenting a range of its latest generation in-line ink jet solutions,
designed to offer cost-effective, high speed variable data and traceability print
applications.
Rewinder DC-8407 � Used for rewinding roll to roll or pack to roll
Domino is demonstrating how its fully integrated solutions for mailing and ad-
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
Dimuken Paper Handling Models:
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dressing applications offer new opportunities for commercial printers looking to
gain a competitive advantage. Thanks to Domino technology, it is now possible
to complement conventional print technologies with cost effective, flexible personalisation and variable print capabilities without switching to a fully digital print
process.
Drupa is Domino’s platform for a series of product launches, including version
4.5 of the successful Bitjet+ binary printer offering unparalleled print quality and
the highest print speeds for in-line digital printing, and the K150 variable data
drop on demand printing solution. The show also marks the European debut
of the Domino L400 thermal ink jet printer, the first offering in the new L-Series
range, designed to complement the company’s range of ink jet solutions for the
commercial print and mailing sectors.
In addition, Domino technology is also present on the following OEM partner
stands during drupa 2008:
OEM, Stand Number, Equipment on show
Sitma, 13B37, Bitjet+ with Editor GT™ Controller Buhrs, 14C46, L400 Longford
International, 13D01, A-Series Desta Maschinenbau, 11A24, K-Series (UV) with
Editor GT™ Controller
05/29/2008
DOMINO DEMONSTRATES FIRST PRODUCT IN NEW
L-SERIES THERMAL INK JET RANGE – THE L400 – AT
DRUPA 2008
At Drupa 2008, Domino Printing Sciences plc, a world-leader in total coding,
marking, traceability and variable printing solutions, is demonstrating the capabilities of its new L400 printer, featuring the very latest in patented thermal ink
jet (TIJ) technology and offering a competitive price to performance ratio for the
mailing market.
The L400, the first product in Domino’s recently launched L-Series range, is set
to open up the market for addressing onto direct mail, catalogues and magazines. Easily integrated into mail bases, the L400 is equally compatible with
envelope inserters, folders, and narrow print webs, delivering high print quality
across every personalisation application in the mailing and bindery sectors. In
addition, its powerful variable data capabilities facilitate addressing with the latest postal industry barcodes including linear and 2D codes, postage paid indicia,
graphics and messaging.
The L-Series technology has been benchmarked against established marketleading systems and has been shown to deliver speed increases of 30% at the
same print resolution, as well as sharper and consistently more reliable print
quality. In addition, the increased throw distance compared to other systems
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makes for easier and more flexible operations.
The L400 system produces high resolution print - up to 600 x 600dpi - and in print
mode operates at 115 metres per minute. The refined sharpness of the printed
image is achieved through generating small 24pl. size droplets that result in less
obvious ink bleed, and typically, with 20% smaller ink drops also reduces overall
consumables spend. In addition, the Duojet (twin print nozzle concept) ensures
that should a print nozzle become blocked, the printed image is maintained.
The L400 benefits from a range of water-based inks with no special handling
requirements, and can be operated with either simple disposable ink cartridges
or a 400 ml bulk ink system capable of delivering 100 uninterrupted hours of
print. The disposable ink cartridges are easily inserted and removed, enabling
the introduction of spot colours or other inks within seconds. In addition, the
printer can also be configured to take a mix of bulk ink tanks and disposable
ink cartridges, a facility which further increases the opportunity for design and
image creativity, while still maintaining cost effective operation via the bulk ink
supply solution.
The heart of the L400 system is an imaging module that creates a 5-centimetre
print swath. Up to four of these can be stitched together to create a 20-centimetre
swath or alternatively, up to four independent 5-centimetre print swaths can be
imaged independently via the powerful FlexMail™ software supplied with the
L400 printer.
The optional semi-automatic maintenance station, Domino M-Station, can be
included with the L400 printer. When the print head is incorporated into the MStation, it is automatically cleaned in controlled conditions. If the print head is
then left in the station, it is automatically capped by the system. This solution
is particularly useful when the L400 is used with faster drying inks such as the
Domino AQ12, designed for coated stock, as improved maintenance practices
are required for more efficient operation.
The L400 can be controlled by a Windows® XP, PC based industry standard
FlexMail™ thermal ink jet printer controller or for more advanced applications,
including product tracking, verification and multiple position printing, the L400
can be managed by Domino’s Editor GT, Windows® XP based controller.
“Drupa 2008 is a key focus for Domino to reaffirm our commitment to delivering
complete solutions for the commercial printing and mailing sectors – including
variable addressing, sequential numbering, text barcodes and graphics at realworld production speeds,” comments Philip Easton, Product Director of Commercial Print at Domino Printing Sciences plc. “The European launch of the
L400 significantly extends the range of print personalisation services Domino
provides to the mailing and bindery sectors, and gives printers real opportunities to add extra value to their print proposition.”
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DOMINO DELIVERS COST EFFECTIVE, HIGH QUALITY
MAILING & PERSONALISATION SOLUTION WITH
LAUNCH OF K150
Domino Printing Sciences plc is extending its popular K-Series range with the
launch of the Domino K150 variable data drop on demand (DOD) printing solution at Drupa 2008. A third generation of Domino’s piezo DOD technology, the
versatile K150 ink jet printer uses both low-VOC solvent and UV-curable inks to
deliver cost efficient, high resolution print, designed specifically to meet the increasing demands for late stage customisation, predominantly within the mailing
and addressing sectors.
The K150 complements the existing products in Domino’s K-Series range, the
K100 and K200, also providing high definition print onto a wider range of substrates, including aqueous and high gloss. However, the K150 is specifically
suited to mailing applications thanks to its print format and price position. Depending on production requirements, each K150 printer can deliver a print width
of 71mm, a resolution of up to 180 x 360 dpi, and print speeds of up to 120m
per minute, equating to 20,000 products per hour.
Using microelectronics, all the functionality and intelligence of the K150 has been
housed in the printhead itself, eliminating the need for a separate base unit. This
has resulted in a reduced footprint, making the K150 even easier to integrate into
either a mail base or an existing offset/flexo press line, to provide in-line digital
variable data printing of addresses, numbers, graphics and barcodes.
Thanks to a choice of two print head variants, the K150 uses UV or solvent ink,
depending on the specific application needs and the substrates used. The UV
ink solution provides an outstanding high-gloss, raised finished print appearance
that has an immediate impact for promotional direct mail applications. Solvent
ink provides for a simplified installation, especially for porous substrates, but is
also suitable for a wider range of substrates when used in combination with an
infra red (IR) dryer. The solvent ink printed image has no raised profile, but still
maintains near letter quality print.
“The K150 is the result of Domino’s continued commitment to pushing the boundaries of ink jet technology to deliver solutions that add real value to our customers’ businesses,” says Philip Easton, Product Director of Commercial Print
at Domino Printing Sciences.
“In terms of a moderate initial investment, low running costs and a high quality
of print output, the K150 offers an extremely affordable and flexible high performance product for printers requiring a range of late stage variable data applications in the addressing and mailing sectors. Users also benefit from the K150’s
unparalleled flexibility and ease of integration into existing lines,” adds Easton.
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The K150 is driven by Domino’s intuitive Editor GT ink jet production line controller allowing for more complex configurations. Based on the Microsoft Windows® XP platform, the Editor GT combines data preparation and management
tools for in-line printing of addresses, personalised data, graphics, unique and
serialised numbers and codes. In addition, the modular nature of the system
allows more advanced functionality to be added, such as production monitoring,
vision inspection and validation systems.
05/29/2008
DOMINO SETS NEW INDUSTRY STANDARD FOR
BINARY INK JET PRINTING WITH GLOBAL LAUNCH
OF BITJET+ v4.5 AT DRUPA 2008
Domino Printing Sciences Plc is using Drupa 2008 for the global launch of version 4.5 of its Bitjet+ high speed, versatile in line ink jet printing system. The
Bitjet+ version 4.5 sets new industry standards of print quality and uninterrupted
personalisation at extremely high speeds. Version 4.5 comprises a host of innovative design and product developments to deliver even greater print speeds,
significant increases in print quality, resolution and stability, as well as a number
of operational benefits.
The latest generation of Domino’s globally successful solvent-based binary ink
jet technology, the Bitjet+ version 4.5 can be easily integrated into existing production lines. This is one of Domino’s most versatile solutions which, with text,
barcode and graphics printing capability, combined with very fast drying inks, is
suitable for almost all substrates. A wide print head-to-substrate throw distance
also enables integration on a variety of print and print finishing equipment.
A number of new features have been designed to make a step improvement in
print quality. These include a new print head, which can be rotated to an angle
to produce increased print resolutions of up to 180dpi. This is a unique development for a high speed binary printer, setting a new standard for a versatile
solvent-based solution.
Print quality and resolution is also enhanced by a new ‘automated crosstalk compensation mode’, which regulates drop placement during printing. Version 4.5
of the Bitjet+ automatically optimises crosstalk compensation to regulate the
droplet settings in relation to the given speed of operation. Also, through increasing the jet velocity, each ink droplet becomes more resistant to external
factors influencing its trajectory. A new optional print head cover is also available for web applications, enabling closer print head-to-substrate proximity and
increased drop placement accuracy and print quality.
Already high print speeds have been improved upon in version 4.5 by extending
the capability to potentially print every ink droplet generated. Where previous
Bitjet models could only print a maximum of every other droplet, each of the 256
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nozzles within the Bitjet+ version 4.5 can now be programmed to use any or
all of its 64,000 droplets of ink produced, every second. For high speed web
applications, customers can now select to print at much higher speeds - up to
15 metres per second for maximum productivity - or in other cases choose a
lower speed, where print quality may be optimised through increased crosstalk
compensation.
tion for extremely high print speeds and improvements in operational efficiency.
This latest version allows applications such as in line late stage personalisation
of newspapers, with the latest sports or election results, plus in-line promotion
gaming to become a reality.”
Adding to production efficiencies and machine uptime, version 4.5 of the Bitjet+
has been redesigned and enhanced to provide rapid set-up and easier fault diagnostics. This includes a new ‘Automated Back Flush’ function, which can be
used to flush out blocked or skewed print heads with cleaning solvent for quicker
recovery with minimal manual intervention.
Product Overview
Philip Easton, Product Director of Commercial Print at Domino Printing Sciences plc, says, “Over the years, Domino products have clearly differentiated
themselves and gained the competitive edge within the market by offering print
head cleaning and diagnostics that are either fully automatic or require only very
low levels of manual intervention. This leading edge technology has now been
added to version 4.5 of the Bitjet+, giving this product further reliability and production efficiencies.”
To reduce the start-up time and improve efficiency through increased machine
uptime, the Bitjet+ version 4.5 features a new, larger and more powerful ink system heater. In ambient conditions (21C) the printer start time has been reduced
from 15 to 10 minutes, while in colder environments start up time has been
halved. A temperature control algorithm enables it to reach its optimum temperature more quickly and increases stability by ensuring that it remains within
certain temperature parameters.
For simple data file printing, commonly required for rewinder and web applications, version 4.5 of the Bitjet+ offers local database support without the need
for a separate controller. For more complex variable applications, however, it
can be driven by Domino’s advanced Editor GT Windows® XP based controller,
using TCP/IP protocol. The Editor GT combines data preparation and management tools for in-line printing of addresses, personalised data, graphics, unique
and serialised numbers and codes. If required, a number of Domino printers can
be managed by the same controller.
Version 4.5 also contains a new extended linear barcode and 2D code library,
allows for the printing of Asian language characters and supports Adobe fonts
commonly used in page design, eliminating the need to define equivalent fonts
prior to job set up and printing. In addition, Domino’s innovative ripping solution
now includes the capability to print Bitmap images in real time or on-the-fly.
Philip Easton concludes, “The key benefits of the new version 4.5 of the Bitjet+ come from its ability to deliver increased print quality, together with the op-
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Domino Printing Sciences plc
02.1030
Addressing equipment for printed products
02.1090
Production data processing
02.1300
Label printing machines
02.1420
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
02.1560
Mailer machines
02.1580
Numbering units and machines
02.1700
RFID systems
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
02.1895
Mailroom equipment for printed products
02.1930
Security printing machines
03.1030
Addressing equipment for printed products
03.1280
Labelling machines for printed products
03.1320
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
04.1035
Addressing equipment for printed products
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Dr. Hönle AG UV Technology
04.1430
Address
Lochhamer Schlag 1
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany
Dr. Hönle AG UV Technology
Measuring and testing equipment
tesa UV Strip / UV Scan
Phone
+49-8985608-0
Fax
+49-8985608-148
Internet address
http://www.hoenle.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Das gemeinsam mit der Firma tesa® entwickelte UVMess-System ermöglicht eine zuverlässige und prozessbezogene Überprüfung der UV-Dosis direkt auf dem
Objekt. Anders als bei herkömmlichen UV-Mess-Systemen
ist es nun möglich, die Messung unter realen Produktionsbedingungen in der Druckmaschine durchzuführen. Nach der leicht zu
handhabenden Messung wird der ermittelte Dosiswert innerhalb kürzester Zeit
von der Auswerte-Einheit UV Scan angezeigt. Mit diesem Mess-System lässt
sich die Prozess-Sicherheit sehr einfach erhöhen, während die Kosten für Energie und Materialausschuss gesenkt werden.
Stand
Hall 03, D40 (Page 930)
04.1730
Product Overview
Dr. Hönle AG UV Technology
02.1565
Measuring and testing equipment
02.1880
Dryers
02.1885
Drying plants
03.1450
Measuring and testing equipment
03.1670
Dryers
03.1675
Drying plants
04.1430
Measuring and testing equipment
04.1730
Dryers
04.1735
Drying plants
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Aufbruch in eine neue Generation - UV-Trockner
von Hönle
pureUV: Mit dem pureUV hat Hönle einen UV-Trockner
der neuesten Generation entwickelt. Der auf einer
patentierten Reflektorgeometrie basierende Trockner
kann in verschiedenen Einbaumaßen produziert werden - ganz wie der Kunde es wünscht. Er ist effizient:
Zusammen mit der Verwendung elektronischer Hönle-Vorschaltgeräte lässt sich
mit pureUV eine Intensitätssteigerung von bis zu 50% realisieren! Er ist umweltfreundlich: pureUV-Geräte benötigen äußerst wenig Energie für optimale Härtungsergebnisse und hohe Produktionsgeschwindigkeiten. Darüber hinaus reduziert die spezielle Reflektorgeometrie und -beschichtung die Substrattemperatur um mindestens 50%. Eine Barriere, die die Direktstrahlung auf die Bahn
verhindert, senkt die Temperaturbelastung noch zusätzlich.
UVAPRINT 100: Auf Grundlage der bewährten UVAPRINT-Baureihe wurde
dieses einzigartige UV-Trocknungssystem entwickelt. Das Gewicht beträgt nur
rund 3 kg, die äußerst kleinen Abmessungen (LxBxH 215x100x190 mm) - der
Lüfter ist bereits integriert - ermöglichen die Installation auch in kleine Druckmaschinen. Und doch ist der Kleine ganz groß: UVAPRINT 100 bietet – resultierend aus seiner hohen Strahlungsausbeute - eine zuverlässige, gründliche
und schnelle Aushärtung.
MUC: Der neu entwickelte Microcontroller MUC ist eine Systemlösung, der das
Ansteuern der UV-Anlage erheblich vereinfacht. Er kann über eine RS232- oder
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RS485-Schnittstelle mit der Druckersteuerung verbunden und somit leicht in den
Drucker integriert werden. Plug&Play gewährleistet eine einfache Bedienung.
Für bis zu zwei Strahler, die getrennt voneinander ansteuerbar sind, ist MUC
universell einsetzbar. Unterschiedliche Leistungen bzw. Größen der Strahler
stellen für ihn kein Problem dar.
04.1735
DRAABE Industrietechnik GmbH
Address
Schnackenburgallee 18
22525 Hamburg
Germany
Phone
+49-40853277-0
Fax
+49-40853277-79
Internet address
http://www.draabe.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 16, D43 (Page 974)
Drying plants
Aufbruch in eine neue Generation - UV-Trockner
von Hönle
pureUV: Mit dem pureUV hat Hönle einen UV-Trockner
der neuesten Generation entwickelt. Der auf einer
patentierten Reflektorgeometrie basierende Trockner
kann in verschiedenen Einbaumaßen produziert werden - ganz wie der Kunde es wünscht. Er ist effizient:
Zusammen mit der Verwendung elektronischer Hönle-Vorschaltgeräte lässt sich
mit pureUV eine Intensitätssteigerung von bis zu 50% realisieren! Er ist umweltfreundlich: pureUV-Geräte benötigen äußerst wenig Energie für optimale Härtungsergebnisse und hohe Produktionsgeschwindigkeiten. Darüber hinaus reduziert die spezielle Reflektorgeometrie und -beschichtung die Substrattemperatur um mindestens 50%. Eine Barriere, die die Direktstrahlung auf die Bahn
verhindert, senkt die Temperaturbelastung noch zusätzlich.
UVAPRINT 100: Auf Grundlage der bewährten UVAPRINT-Baureihe wurde
dieses einzigartige UV-Trocknungssystem entwickelt. Das Gewicht beträgt nur
rund 3 kg, die äußerst kleinen Abmessungen (LxBxH 215x100x190 mm) - der
Lüfter ist bereits integriert - ermöglichen die Installation auch in kleine Druckmaschinen. Und doch ist der Kleine ganz groß: UVAPRINT 100 bietet – resultierend aus seiner hohen Strahlungsausbeute - eine zuverlässige, gründliche
und schnelle Aushärtung.
MUC: Der neu entwickelte Microcontroller MUC ist eine Systemlösung, der das
Ansteuern der UV-Anlage erheblich vereinfacht. Er kann über eine RS232- oder
RS485-Schnittstelle mit der Druckersteuerung verbunden und somit leicht in den
Drucker integriert werden. Plug&Play gewährleistet eine einfache Bedienung.
Für bis zu zwei Strahler, die getrennt voneinander ansteuerbar sind, ist MUC
universell einsetzbar. Unterschiedliche Leistungen bzw. Größen der Strahler
stellen für ihn kein Problem dar.
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DRAABE Industrietechnik GmbH
New air humidification system specially designed for
low humidity requirements
DRAABE presents a new high-pressure technology
DRAABE Industrietechnik GmbH (Germany) presents a new complete air humidification system for rooms with low humidity requirements in Düsseldorf. The
new system is particularly geared towards the economic and technical requirements in the digital printing sector, CTP areas and small print halls. The system includes a new multifunctional water treatment system, a new generation of
high-pressure humidifier and a digital control, all offered together in a three-part
complete package including all mainte-nance and service requirements.
The key feature of the new system is the multifunctional high-pressure water
treatment system DRAABE DuoPur: For the first time, the module inte-grates the
water treatment process required for high-pressure humidification and the highpressure pump in one device. DRAABE states that the installation, investment
and operating costs will be reduced to a minimum by this new high-pressure
technology compared with traditional high pressure systems with separate water
treatment. As with the other DRAABE modules, the system is installed in a small
portable container which is exchanged automatically by the manufacturer every
six months for a completely serviced and disinfected module.
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The complete system still includes the new ”DRAABE NanoFog” humidifier generation, which sprays the water treated by DuoPur directly into the room selected for humidification. Up to four NanoFog high-pressure humidifiers with a
maximum overall humidification output of 12 kg water per hour can be supplied
by one DuoPur high-pressure water treatment sys-tem. With new nano-nozzle
technology, the humidifiers are hardly audible, thus fulfilling the requirements of
noise-sensitive production and workstations. The desired air humidity is controlled by the new digital control ”HumSpot”, which measures the humidity in the
room selected for humidi-fication, displays the current status, and activates the
humidifiers as required. The complete package will be available Including all
service and maintenance work, regular updates and a life-long guarantee.
04/16/2008
The largest temporary DRAABE air humidification
system is being installed in Düsseldorf on 12,000 sqm
In the drupa trade fair halls 1 and 2 of Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG,air
humidification specialist DRAABE (Germany) is set to mount the largest temporary air humidification and water treatment system it has ever installed. In order
to ensure optimal production conditions for the printing demonstrations with a
relative air humidity of 55%, a total of 33 DRAABE TurboFog 32 atomizers must
be installed on a surface of 12,000 sqm. In addition to the high-pressure air
humidification, all Heidelberg printing machines are supplied with standardized
process water via a DRAABE pure water system. The challenging logistics and
intensive construction activities must be coordinated with the Düsseldorf trade
fair and Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG within a tight deadline in order not
to disrupt the trade fair business prior to drupa and preparations of the printing machine manufacturer. The air humidification specialist can rely on its extensive drupa experience for support: this will be the forth time that DRAABE
has been commissioned by Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG to install an airhumidification system since 1995.
Under the motto ”Success is in the air”, DRAABE will also present a new highpressure technology and the new atomiser generation ”DRAABE NanoFog” at
the sector event in Düsseldorf (Hall 16, Stand 16D43). A preview of the new
products is available on the Internet at www.draabe.de.
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DRAABE Industrietechnik GmbH
01.1275
Conditioning equipment
02.1380
Damping fluid management systems
02.1485
Conditioning equipment
02.1487
Humidification, Humidifier
02.1610
Moisture content measuring equipment for paper
03.1400
Conditioning equipment
04.1365
Conditioning equipment
Product Details
04.1365
DRAABE Industrietechnik GmbH
Conditioning equipment
DRAABE DuoPur
For optimal air humidification in small rooms (smaller printing halls, CTP, digital printing) traditional high pressure systems with separate water treatment are often not viable for
economic reasons. The new “2-in-1 system” DuoPur is the
perfect solution for small room humidification. The special
portable high-pressure pure water module installed in a small
container combines the functions of water treatment and
high-pressure pulsation in one device. Optimal energy consumption and maximum health protection are guaranteed by
the unique DRAABE full-service maintenance concept. The new system is available in a complete package with up to four NanoFog high-pressure air humidifiers and the digital control DRAABE HumSpot.
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DRAABE HumSpot/HumCenter
Drent Goebel B.V.
Following the motto ”DRAABE digital – simply better”,
air humidification systems can now be operated with
even more comfort and operational reliability. The new
DRAABE HumSpot is used directly in the zones requiring humidification and controls the desired humidity level
in the air. Via new capacitive humidification measuring
technology, the air humidification is activated at the precise moment the humidity level falls below the desired
value. With the HumCenter, DRAABE has developed a central, digital control unit for the entire air humidification system. Via extensive ”unit protection
functions”, deviations from the optimal system values are identified and rectified
before faults occur.
Address
Hallseweg 21
6964 AJ Hall
Netherlands
Phone
+31-313671-911
Fax
+31-313671-717
Internet address
http://www.drent-goebel.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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DRAABE NanoFog
For all applications which rely on microfine atomisation, low operating noise and an attractive design - the
NanoFog is the perfect system. Small printing halls,
low ceilings, low humidity requirements or sensitive production (CTP, digital printing) and offices - the new
NanoFog ensures optimal air humidification almost invisibly in the room. Compared with compressed air or steam humidification, only a small proportion of
the energy costs are required for nanofine atomization. The new NanoFog can
be combined with all DRAABE high-pressure atomizers.
Company News
05/21/2008
Drent Goebel B.V.
New development in VSOP series
+++ PRESS RELEASE
SCA Packaging opts for Drent Goebel’s VSOP 1250
New development in VSOP series
DRAABE TurboFog
The TurboFog air humidification system offers customized designs for a range of applications. Whether
humidification is needed in the pre-press, printing hall,
finishing, storehouse or office – the TurboFog system is
always extremely quiet and totally drip-free. The flexible choice of combinations of the different nozzle guarantees optimum humidification results and economical operation.
SCA Packaging in Italy purchased a six color VSOP 1250 for its pre-print liner
production. The machine will be installed in SCA’s production facility in Cornuda. Delivery of the press is planned for early Autumn 2009, the reason for
the extended delivery time is the fact that the press will have a print length of 66
inch (1680 mm), a new development for Drent Goebel.
SCA Packaging’s plant in Cornuda already produces pre-print liner but on older
equipment. The choice for re-investment was between sheet-fed and web-fed
presses, of which sheet-fed is the most commonly used technology nowadays.
SCA Italy has practical experience with both technologies and clearly sees the
advantages of web-fed printing so the path was clearly set. The press has 6
print towers, Butler unwind and rewind splicers for continuous production and
Eltromat Corecon and Web video 3000. The choice for curing is still undecided.
The press will be used to produce wine and liquor boxes and boxes for consumer
electronics. Since these come in many different shapes and sizes, the sleeve
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concept of the VSOP press fits perfectly with the demands from SCA.
environment.
Drent Goebel engineers are working hard on redesigning the machine for the
66 inch sleeves. Major changes have to be made to the ink train, dampening
system and sleeve handling system. With this print length the average weight
of a sleeve will be around 130 kilogram’s.
In the past four years, it has become clear that the VSOP surpasses flexo and
gravure, creating greater productivity and brilliant print quality on many substrates into the bargain. Over sixty installations in various industries have proven
this.
Parallel to this design, an investigation into possibilities for wider web-widths
concluded that the ideal print size would be 1,700 mm width x 1,700 mm cut-off.
Various customers in the liquid packaging and cardboard segments have shown
their interest in this new development. Drent Goebel believes that with this new
development it has entered a new era for the VSOP and is looking forward for
this new forthcoming challenge.
A Drent Goebel drupa solution for quality The VSOP prints high quality offset,
a technology that can compete with gravure on quality. At drupa, Drent Goebel
will be showing a 5-color VSOP in an 850 mm web width. The color density of
offset in the VSOP is so high that many forms of packaging can be printed in
five colors, where flexo would need at least six or seven colors to achieve the
desired contrast and color density.
Drent Goebel exhibits in hall 16, stand C 39 during drupa 2008.
A Drent Goebel drupa solution for time to market A job changeover will be shown
in the course of every demonstration at drupa. A print image and a change of
format will be performed. The VSOP will be running at full production. It will
then stop, the sleeves will be changed over and production will be fully up and
running again within ten minutes, but with a different print image in a different
format.
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Pictures Drent Goebel VSOP.jpg SCA Packaging Italy bought a VSOP press
with a print length of 66 inch (1680 mm) to produce wine and liquor boxes and
boxes for consumer electronics.
For more information or extra illustrations please contact at Drent Goebel: Rob
Meij marketing manager tel. +31 (0) 313 671 911 fax +31 (0) 313 671 717
[email protected]
Annet Enderink marketing communication tel. +31 (0) 313 671 911 fax +31 (0)
313 671 717 [email protected]
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Drent Goebel at drupa: Innovation is a Tradition
Eerbeek, May 2008 - Who definitely needs to visit Drent Goebel at drupa? The
answer is flexible packaging printers, folding carton printers and label printers
too. Commercial printers who go to Drent Goebel will also be astounded by the
versatility of the VSOP presses.
From May 29 to June 11, the centre of the graphic world will be in Germany,
Düsseldorf to be exact. This is where drupa 2008 will be taking place. Visitors
will find an exciting place with plenty of new developments in hall 16. On their
stand C39, Drent Goebel will be showcasing a VSOP 850 with UV and EB curing
capabilities.
At drupa, Drent Goebel will be printing on board and on label stock. We will
show that we are capable of changing over a complete print order within ten
minutes. Visitors will be given the opportunity to assess print quality and to see
the benefits that can be achieved in terms of quality, productivity, costs and the
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A Drent Goebel drupa solution for costs Drent Goebel will be showing a calculation model at drupa. Visitors will be able to perform a calculation in line with their
own production methods and conditions. The results will be a major revelation
to flexo and gravure printers.
A Drent Goebel drupa solution for the environment Drent Goebel is showing
the VSOP without solvents, without distillers, without washers, without storage
rooms for solvent-based inks and solvents. A breath of fresh air for man and the
environment and a solution that will save costs.
Drent Goebel has successfully proven that the VSOP 850 offset press can produce a pet food bag with UV offset inks, which is within the migration limits set
by European legislation.
Given the fact that offset inks do contain certain chemicals, the printer of such
flexible packaging products needs to prove to the brand owner that his products
are safe, fit for purpose, and do not contaminate the packed goods. The printer
needs to clear all risks for the brand owner involved with his printed packaging
material.
By being able to present a ‘declaration of compliance’ the printer has a proof
that his products do comply with the latest regulations in terms of migration limits. With this declaration of compliance, Drent Goebel is able to support their
customers in a way in which the builder of the offset presses has proven that
UV / UV inert / EB offset is fit for purpose and must be seriously considered as
a viable alternative to gravure and flexo.
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A Drent Goebel drupa solution for curing Drent Goebel is joining forces with
Energy Sciences Inc, (ESI), IST METZ UV and Air Liquide. The four companies
will show their latest technologies incorporated in Drent Goebel’s VSOP press.
ESI and IST will present their latest inventions in respectively EB and UV curing,
Air Liquide will supply the nitrogen used for both curing technologies.
even days. Even days Odd days Print job 11.00 hrs 16.30 hrs Flexible packaging
with EB varnish on white film (OPP 38 µm) 12.30 hrs 15.00 hrs Folding carton
(215 gr/m2) with EB spot varnish 15.00 hrs 12.30 hrs Flexible packaging on
transparent PET film (12 µm) 16.30 hrs 11.00 hrs Shrink sleeves on transparent
PVC film (40 µm)
The Drent Goebel VSOP on display has a web width of 33 inches and features
variable sleeves to allow for fast job changeovers with an infinite range of print
repeat lengths. The press provides superior print quality using energy curable
offset inks that are cured with either inerted UV or EB technology.
Drent [email protected] The Drent Goebel booth is located in hall 16, stand C39.
Specialists from all four companies will be present on the stand to answer questions from visitors.
ESI will be showcasing their EZCure EB unit, which was especially developed
for the VSOP line of presses. IST Metz installed its new BLK-5 lamp with an
inert system on the press. Air Liquide, a world leader in medical and industrial
gases, will be demonstrating its state of the art Nitrogen delivery system on the
systems as well. Converters in the flexible packaging, folding carton and food
packaging industries will be able to see live demonstrations for showcasing the
VSOP’s high throughput and high quality while being solvent and VOC free.
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During the day, Drent Goebel will show the 5-color VSOP printing on film for
wraparound labels, shrink-sleeves and flexible packaging and board for folding
cartons.
Flexible packaging_2-hi.jpg General flexible packaging products.
A Drent Goebel solution for high security printing Drent Goebel printers are emphasizing that efficiency is one of the key issues in Drent Goebel’s web-fed high
security printing. Furthermore, we focus on complete cycle security in our webfed solutions. A high security printer has to have a system in place to guarantee
complete security. In conventional sheet-fed operations much manual handling
is involved and repeated steps of counting, which obviously has a much higher
failure rate than a continuous closed loop web-solution. No manual counting
is necessary any more. An automatic inline counting and verification system
with highest redundancy guarantees total security. In a web-fed operation you
start with a blank reel of paper going into the machine and completely finished,
checked banknotes being delivered directly at the end of the line. Any intervention by personnel is reduced to a minimum. Drent Goebel has been active in
the high security market for many years, and now more and more high security
printers are aware of the great benefits that web-fed solutions guarantee.
-The art of making history- At the Drent Goebel booth there will be a special area
for displaying some pictures of characteristic old-fashioned Goebel presses.
Goebel has a history of over 150 years of building robust German printing machines. The word German in this context is distinctive; who is not impressed by
the quality that German machines offer worldwide?
Demonstration schedule – booth 16C39 All demos include a job change to a
different print length. Please note that we have different schedules on odd and
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Drent Goebel exhibits in hall 16, stand C 39 during drupa 2008.
Pictures (only to be used to accompany articles about Drent Goebel) Drent
Goebel VSOP.jpg During the day, Drent Goebel will show the 5-color VSOP
printing on film for wraparound labels, shrink-sleeves and flexible packaging and
board for folding cartons.
Shrink sleeves_1.2.jpg General shrink sleeve products.
Folding carton_1.png General folding carton products.
Briemarken-Rotationsmaschine 1913.bmp -The art of making history- At the
Drent Goebel booth there will be a special area for displaying some pictures
of characteristic old-fashioned Goebel presses.
For more information or extra illustrations please contact at Drent Goebel: Rob
Meij marketing manager tel. +31 (0) 313 671 911 fax +31 (0) 313 671 717
[email protected]
Annet Enderink marketing communication tel. +31 (0) 313 671 911 fax +31 (0)
313 671 717 [email protected]
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Drent Goebel Presses labeled Mark II & Mark III
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Drent Goebel Presses labeled Mark II & Mark III
Eerbeek, May 2008 - Since launching the Vision in 1996 and the VSOP in 2002,
Drent Goebel has pursued continuous development of these presses in dozens
of components. As of drupa 2008 these successful machines will therefore be
labeled with good reason Mk III for the Vision and Mk II for the VSOP.
Drent Goebel presses are designed by a team of highly trained graduate engi-
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neers. Thousands of detail drawings are needed before a press sees the light of
day. But the development process does not stop there. A ‘product improvement
form’ provides Drent Goebel lead designers with suggestions for improvements
to the press, useful tips and suggestions on how to reduce maintenance.
A major driving force behind these improvements is R&D and engineering manager Marco Lichtenberg: “Feedback from customers, service personnel and
suppliers is invaluable. They push us to explore the boundaries of the possible.”
Marco Lichtenberg: “It is not always possible to implement modifications on
presses already in operation. Often it is not necessary either, because printers will be fully satisfied with the way things are working. However, if we consider that an improvement is necessary, it will be made available for existing
machines.”
No hesitation Drent Goebel has brought all the modifications together under the
Mark II umbrella for the VSOP and Mark III for the Vision. “We want to keep the
presses as standard as possible - the number of configurations being built with
the modular concept is vast as it is. Take the VSOP. This press is available in
three web widths and two configurations: one for paperboard and one for paper
and film. Then there is all the peripheral equipment. But as soon as we see
a possibility of building increased robustness, higher speed or even better print
quality into the press, we don’t hesitate for a single second.”
The updated wash unit in the VSOP is a major improvement for printers. A
sprayer now moves powered by a slide cylinder and washes the rolls. This operating cycle is fully programmable, such that the printer can put a wash program
together as he sees fit. “Printers are really pleased with this”, says Lichtenberg.
Further improvements are to be found in the new designs of mandrels, gearboxes and the axial adjustment. Axial adjustment is now refined and even more
robust, the gearbox seals have been simplified and the shaft stiffness increased.
This gives the printer improved running and cross register.
“This is typical of a Mark II component of the VSOP. The design was fine, but
we are now able to reduce press make-ready time even further. This wish was
expressed mainly by printers who want to and are able to print on more than one
substrate in short runs up to 10,000 rpm. Markets are becoming more critical
which means tighter tolerances. Besides, this is also the reason why we now
have cylinder cocking which enables minor differences in register between the
operator and the drive side to be eliminated.”
Even more robust Another improvement in the Mark II for boosting print quality
even further is a newly designed ink tray enabling the right color to be back in
place faster.
“In addition, we also improved our unique swing plate and addressed gear lubrication for higher speeds. We looked at the entire lubrication system for the
gearboxes, which resulted in the oil lasting much longer - a bonus for the customer. We now have water cooling for some of the servomotors, boosting power
reserves, while reducing failures and cutting down on heat emission which could
adversely affect print output.”
One improvement that is mainly for the benefit of maintenance personnel is the
accessibility of the applicators and their pneumatic cylinders. The choice of a
new generation of pneumatic cylinders means they are now simpler to fit and
quicker to set up. Marco Lichtenberg: “We design our presses based on a ROI
philosophy. This means that for each design our engineers need to ask themselves whether it will boost the efficiency of the machine.
Consequently the VSOP has been developed based on the ideas of press uptime and maximized off-press make-ready. “I had just started working at Drent
Goebel when we launched the Vision in 1996. There are customers still running the same Vision even though they are serving completely different markets.
They switched from printing forms for instance, to labels and film. Our presses
feature a modular build and are designed so that we can adapt them to changing markets. This is made possible by being able to design simultaneously for
greater robustness and elegance. Thanks to forward-looking insight, this is a
great engineering bonus.”
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Goebel Vision.jpg “There are customers still running the same Vision even
though they are serving completely different markets” says Marco Lichtenberg
about the Drent Goebel Vision.
Drent Goebel VSOP.jpg Marco Lichtenberg about the VSOP press: “The design
was fine, but we are now able to reduce press make-ready time even further.”
Marco_Lichtenberg.jpg Marco Lichtenberg, R&D and engineering manager at
Drent Goebel.
For more information or extra illustrations please contact at Drent Goebel: Rob
Meij marketing manager tel. +31 (0) 313 671 911 fax +31 (0) 313 671 717
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Drent Goebel acquires Safety Food Certificates
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and laminating capabilities.
New Milestone with Declaration of Compliance
Drent Goebel acquires Safety Food Certificates
Eerbeek, May 2008 - Drent Goebel has successfully proven that the offset press
VSOP 850 can produce a pet food bag with UV offset inks, which is within the
migration limits set by European legislation.
“Not only have we proven that we are able to produce pet food bags, we have
also proven that we are able to print any kind of food or animal feed bag with
a laminate structure of OPP/OPP. This material structure is widely used in the
field of packing snacks, candies, cookies and waffles,” says Oliver Thiele, sales
manager and head of the Drent Goebel project team, which took care of the
certification.
Gravure and flexo printers who print with either solvent or water-based inks dominate the market for flexible packaging. When printing offset inks on film material,
Drent Goebel needs to apply energy curing systems (UV or EB) to cure the inks
on such flexible materials.
‘Declaration of compliance’ Given the fact that offset inks do contain certain
chemicals, the printer of such flexible packaging products needs to prove to
the brand owner that his products are safe, fit for purpose, and do not contaminate the packed goods. The printer needs to clear all risks for the brand owner
involved with his printed packaging material.
By being able to present such a ‘declaration of compliance’ the printer has a
proof that his products do comply with the latest regulations in terms of migration
limits. With this declaration of compliance Drent Goebel is able to support their
customers in a way in which the builder of the offset presses has proven that
UV / UV inert / EB offset is fit for purpose and must be seriously considered as
a viable alternative to gravure and flexo.
Oliver Thiele: “Considering the full-sleeve technology of the VSOP, and the declaration of compliance achieved for food applications, we can say that the VSOP
is an ideal press for any flexible packing printer in the field, who is looking for an
alternative for printing short and medium runs profitably.”
Kuhlmann Institute Oliver Thiele explains the process of getting the approval.
“Initially we teamed up with several ink and material suppliers; also we looked
for partners in the industry who were able to produce various laminate structures
for us. Then we tried to identify the most common material combinations in the
market (cookies, candies, chocolate, coffee, soups, etc.).
Having identified what the most commonly used laminates are, we started printing with various types of inks on various materials. During this process we considered the printability of the inks, their initial adhesion on the material, odor,
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With the results we did trials with the example of the pet food bag. Once the
products were ready, we sent samples to the Kuhlmann Institute in Germany for
them to do the various migration tests. It turned out that many of the samples
did comply with the current regulations.”
Best inks in the market Thiele adds: “Offset is a newcomer in this field. Therefore
we needed to find the best partners with the best inks in the market. Also, we
had to review our press design and consider all chemicals, which are currently
being used in the VSOP. Every detail in the press needed to be attended to in
order to ensure that it is not a source of contamination.”
This Declaration of Compliance is for the VSOP 850. In principle there is no
reason why it should not work on any of our other press models. Drent Goebel
is able to achieve the same results on any other VSOP.
Oliver Thiele: “We will not stop here. We have many more packaging jobs in the
pipeline for testing and certification. Thanks to our showroom press in Eerbeek,
the Netherlands, we can run trials on a daily basis and team up with printers to
prove the feasibility of the VSOP for them.”
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Pictures (only to be used to accompany articles about Drent Goebel) Example
of certified pet food bag.jpg Picture of certified pet food bag
Oliver_Thiele.JPG Oliver Thiele, sales manager and head of the Drent Goebel
project team, which took care of the certification.
Certificate Drent-Goebel 2008_EB.pdf One of the Food Safety Certificates that
Drent Goebel obtained
Certificate Drent-Goebel 2008_UV.pdf One of the Food Safety Certificates that
Drent Goebel obtained
Certificate Drent-Goebel 2008_UV-inert.pdf One of the Food Safety Certificates
that Drent Goebel obtained
Certifikate Drent-Goebel 2008_EB_peppermint.pdf One of the Food Safety Certificates that Drent Goebel obtained
For more information or extra illustrations please contact at Drent Goebel: Rob
Meij marketing manager tel. +31 (0) 313 671 911 tel. +31 (0) 313 671 717
[email protected]
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Drent Goebel opens up New Markets
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Drent Goebel opens up New Markets
Eerbeek, May 2008 - Drent Goebel was the first press manufacturer in the industry to offer full size variability in offset printing opening up completely new
markets.
Historically, offset has always been a process used to print high quality images
on paper and paperboard, but it could never compete with flexography or gravure
in the flexible packaging and label industry. With complete size variability, these
two markets are also opened up for offset press manufacturers. Drent Goebel
laid the first foundations and has installations running flexible packaging, labels
and even heavy paperboard.
There is a trend towards promotional packaging, which is used just once. As a
result of this, printers are seeing fewer repeat orders and the runs are getting
shorter. There is a requirement for a greater variety of packaging. What is
more, the total throughput needs to go faster. Our customers’ principals want to
set themselves apart with new types of packaging, added to which we have to
observe more stringent legislation. There are increasing restrictions coming up
on the use of solvents for printing packaging.
All end-customers want eye-catching printing, which stands out clearly from the
norm in packaging. Print quality is being forced upwards unremittingly and this
same print quality has to be repeatable. Printers need to have their workflow
well sorted out. Short throughput timescales are required to provide faster time
to market. They believe that keeping printed substrates in stock is too expensive
and has no place in this age. In short, it needs to be better, faster and cost no
more – preferably less.
there were a need for web-offset presses with different repeat lengths, printers
with web-offset presses would have to invest in cassettes. Each cassette had
a three-cylinder system: one for the plate, one for the rubber blanket and one
for the impression cylinder. This cassette system was a way forward for printers
having to work with just a few interrelated repeat lengths. Anyone wanting to
switch to a different format would be faced with the high cost and long lead-time
for this type of cassette. Cassettes are only effective with long print runs and
identical formats. The market is moving in exactly the opposite direction.
No standards for labels and packaging Printers who wanted to utilize the weboffset process for label and packaging printing were faced with extremely high
costs for cassettes, which were needed for each size. Nothing is standard in the
label and packaging market. In 2002 we developed the VSOP especially for this
market. This machine operates with sleeves instead of expensive cassettes. A
set of sleeves is around 80 to 90 percent more cost-effective than a cassette of
the same print size.
Greatest innovation Drent Goebel’s VSOP is the first web-offset printing press
that can print in all variable repeat lengths. The circumference of the plate and
rubber blanket sleeve determines the repeat length and we are able to supply
the sleeves in whatever sizes are required. Following the introduction of the
VSOP, the market views our variable repeat length web-offset machine as a fullyfledged alternative to gravure, flexo and sheet-fed offset. Seeing is believing at
drupa 2008 As with most new developments, printers need to see them before
actually believing all the capabilities on offer. This year you get the chance to
see Drent Goebel’s VSOP press at the biggest show in the graphic arts industry,
drupa 2008.
Drent Goebel will be in Hall 16 on booth C39 and will be showing a 5-color VSOP
with a web width of 33 inches. The press will run with both UV and EB curing on
4 different substrates for wrap-around labels, shrink sleeves, flexible packaging
and cardboard packaging.
Answers in a changing market If you look at where the focused Drent Goebel
customers position themselves, you will see that they make every effort to respond to these changing demands from the market. How? By substantially
increasing production with the same manning levels or maintaining production
with fewer people. By seeking an alternative to the use of solvents. By reduced
downtime and shorter set-up times. By offering better value for money. They
standardize the entire workflow, from prepress to product delivery, which ultimately results in lower cost and hopefully higher profit margins.
Drent Goebel exhibits in hall 16, stand C 39 during drupa 2008.
Get rid of cassettes Web-offset has been an established printing technology for
much longer, albeit for paper printing with fixed repeat lengths. Newspapers,
magazines, free local papers, leaflets, brochures and books come to mind. If
Wrap around paper_1.tif General wrap around paper label products
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Flexible packaging_2-hi.jpg General flexible packaging products
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biggest benefit we saw and still see is the quality; it really brings magazine quality printing to the flexible packaging market. The offset printing process allows
graphic designers to do more with the artwork and we as converters can take this
artwork and create the actual package without the limitations we would normally
have with flexographic printing.”
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The press purchased by Gateway Packaging was the fourth wide-web variable
press in the world. Its 49.5-inch web width is the largest width offered by Drent
Goebel to date.
“VSOP: The ultimate press for various markets”
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“VSOP: The ultimate press for various markets”
Eerbeek, May 2008 – Roger Miller and Jim Hammer both head up trend-setting
printing companies in the United States. They invested in the VSOP from Drent
Goebel. What were their motives for changing over to offset and how do they
assess the press in day-to-day production?
- VSOP & Flexible Packaging - Roger Miller: “This is the future” “This changes
everything.” That was the first thought of Roger Miller, CEO and company
founder of Gateway Flexible Packaging, when he first saw Drent Goebel’s VSOP
during the 2004 drupa show in Düsseldorf.
“Initially I was there to purchase the latest and greatest in flexo technology’, Miller
explains. “But when I paused at the Drent Goebel exhibit and saw two young
women changing a job on their press, I knew that this was what I needed.”
What aroused Millers curiosity was the fact that quick-changeover sleeves,
though standard practice for flexo and gravure, had never been available on an
offset press. “If you wanted to change the repeat length on a conventional web
offset press you’d have to swap out the whole cassette, the entire print module.
That would take hours and cost thousands of dollars because print modules are
pretty expensive,” explains Miller.
After drupa, Miller visited the Drent Goebel facilities in Europe and saw a 44inch press being constructed. He also saw the finished press running at the
customer’s plant later on. When Miller indicated he was planning to use the
press to print on flexible packaging, the Drent Goebel people were extremely
interested. This was the direction they wanted to take this technology.
Biggest benefit: quality Greg Petermeyer, General Manager, joined Roger on
this European trip and he was first introduced to this new technology. “After
drupa Roger came back and we had a long discussion about how VSOP technology could fit in the Gateway organization and how we could benefit from this.
During the remainder of the year we visited Drent Goebel and some of their
facilities and began specifying the configuration. During these discussions we
already started seeing the benefits that the new technology would offer us. The
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Miller takes over again: “With the Drent Goebel press, we can print two or three
completely different colors at the same time from the same set of plates. We
can print different colors because we’ll be using manufactured colors, up to six
and seven colors, to match any color in the rainbow. Now we can gang several
different jobs across the web width to reduce waste and reduce the additional
setup time, all without compromising print quality.”
Petermeyer adds: “To shorten the learning curve we hired experienced offset
operators. We didn’t convert the operators we already had on our flexo presses
to the offset press as we wanted to directly optimize the efficiency of the VSOP
press. We might end up transferring some of our flexo operators to the offset
press, but only after we completely manage the core base on the VSOP.
Miller ends his comments. “This is the future. I think offset will eventually replace
high quality flexography because it does the same thing flexo printing does but
at a much higher rate of speed, with shorter set-up times, and with a dramatic
improvement in print quality.”
- VSOP & Labels - Jim Hammer: “Lead, don’t follow” Lead, don’t follow. That is
the philosophy of Hammer packaging, a 400-man strong company based in the
Rochester, NY area. The company specializes in film and paper labels including
cut-and-stack, and pressure sensitive.
The company’s growth under current leader Jim Hammer has been impressive to
say the least. He took charge of the company when it was a $ 1 million business
and, last year, it reached the $ 100 million level.
Technology and innovation are key in the company’s growth and are a major
part of Jim Hammer’s vision of industry leadership. A great example of this
philosophy is the company’s investment in a Drent Goebel VSOP press with
a 33-inch web width. This investment was made on the belief that Hammer’s
customers would benefit from a lower cost alternative to gravure printing of shrink
labels, while offering a higher quality option for flexo shrink applications.
Jim Hammer explains: “The technology this press offers is nothing short of spectacular.” He believes it fits well with the company’s strength in offset printing and
can be counted on to expand Hammer’s range of products and services – one
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of the company’s key investment criteria.
02.1405
Flexographic presses, webfed - wide
A unique value-added alternative “Our best opportunity to enter new markets
that are traditionally serviced by rotogravure and central impression flexo is to
offer a unique value-added alternative for which we have affinity,” he says.
02.1410
Flexographic presses, webfed - narrow
“With the VSOP we are now offering offset printed shrink sleeves, ROSO labeling, and high-end roll-fed labeling. Ultimately, we see ourselves expanding into
form, fill, and seal packaging as substrate technology grows to require fewer
extrusions and more use of lamination.”
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Foil printing presses
02.1595
Offset presses, web-fed
“With this kind of investment we aim to stay ahead of the pack, which is a big
challenge in today’s packaging industry.”
02.1780
Screen printing machines, web-fed
Drent Goebel exhibits in hall 16, stand C 39 during drupa 2008.
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Gravure presses, web-fed
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02.1930
Security printing machines
Pictures (only to be used to accompany articles about Drent Goebel) Drent
Goebel VSOP.jpg Drent Goebel VSOP: The ultimate press for various markets
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Folding box printing and stamping machines
(combined)
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Consulting
06.1060
Used machinery dealers
Flexible packaging_1-hi.jpg General flexible packaging products
Flexible packaging_2-hi.jpg General flexible packaging products
Shrink sleeves_1.2.jpg General shrink sleeve products
Folding carton_1.png General folding carton products
Wrap around paper_1.tif General wrap around paper label products
For more information or extra illustrations please contact at Drent Goebel: Rob
Meij marketing manager tel. +31 (0) 313 671 911 fax +31 (0) 313 671 717
[email protected]
Product Overview
Drohmann GmbH easycut
Address
Barbarossastraße 8
73547 Lorch
Germany
Phone
+49-71729106-0
Fax
+49-71729106-80
Internet address
http://www.drohmann.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 11, D73 (Page 958)
Drent Goebel B.V.
02.1100
Ticket printing machines
02.1265
Continuous stationery printing presses
02.1300
Label printing machines
02.1315
Folders for web-fed presses
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Duran Machinery
Product Overview
Drohmann GmbH easycut
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
04.1675
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
Product Details
04.1670
Address
Cakmakli, Sanayi 1 Blv.
34325 Buyukcekmece, Istanbul
Turkey
Phone
+90 212 886 30 31
Fax
+90 212 886 30 32
Drohmann GmbH easycut
Die-cutting machines
Internet address
Stanzmesser für Kuverts
Drohmann Kuverstanzmesser sind in den Standardhöhen 70 mm und 90 mm für
sämtliche gängigen Maschinentypen erhältlich. Die Verwendung von Spezialstahl verbunden mit modernsten Fertigungsmethoden garantiert Werkzeuge mit
perfekter Schneidengeometrie, idealem Härtegefüge und maximaler Verschleißfestigkeit.
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 10, E43 (Page 954)
Dadurch sind alle Werkzeuge nahezu beliebig oft nachschärfbar und sichern
eine sehr hohe Wirtschaftlichkeit. Ein Anpassen von maschinentypischem Zubehör wie Trennmesser, Stege, Verstärkungskreuze, Ringkreuze, Gewindelöcher,
Luftlöcher, Nuten, etc. sowie deren Plazierung nach Wunsch ist selbstverständlich.
Product Overview
Bei Standardformen ist eine Auswahl zwischen einer Grauen und einer Schwarzen
Qualität möglich. Gemeinsamkeiten bzw. Unterschiede entnehmen Sie bitte untenstehender Aufstellung.
Product Details
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04.1215
Duran Machinery
Folding and glueing machines
Duran Machinery
Folding and glueing machines
Allpro-S
In addition to the well proven Omega Allpro qualities,
the Omega Allpro-S Series are available in 3 versions;
Allpro-S, Allpro-SM with motorized features and Allpro- SMM with motorized
features and memory option and are designed for easy operation and minimum change over time. The new modular design offers a more easy-to-operate
feeder equipped with motorized lifting feed arch and adjustable hopper sides in
four directions. The modular Side Register unit is applicable to both sides of
the machine. The Omega Allpro-S has speed control adjustable folder belts for
easy adjustment as well as longer pre-fold and final fold units. Other features
of the design include cent - ral carrier in sleeping position for minimizing make
ready, two efficient crash lock squaring units, the lifting final delivery unit of the
stacker which can be adjusted in height to the collector’s required position. The
Omega Allpro-S gluers produce straight line, crash lock, 4&6 corner (with single
finger servo fold for high speed precision) as well as double wall, inner partition,
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Z-fold, conical crash lock and CD boxes at a maximum speed of 400 m/ min and
an optional 600 m/min
processing line sticks up to four printed and cut calendar blocks on a backing
and fixes calendar headers to the calendar. A combination of hot and cold glue
improves the long-term fastening of the calendar blocks. The outstanding features of the system are the large format range of the products to be processed
as well as the high cycle output of up to 2,400 calendars per hour.
The BLOFIX includes further important processing steps for production of wall
calendars: - Cutting fixing straps for the individual calendar blocks - Creases (for
folding) - Holes (for hanging) - Eyelet (strengthening the hanger hole) - Labelling
(Strengthening the hanger block, covering the eyelet) - Calendar header contour
cut
Durrer Spezialmaschinen AG
Address
Seemattweg 41
6403 Küssnacht am Rigi
Switzerland
Phone
+41-418544060
The MONA is the perfect complement to BLOFIX in the Durrer product range.
This produces date slides fully automatically and fits them to the finished calendars. The date slides are produced directly on the machine and allow the client
sufficient scope for selection of shape and colour. Together these two machines
form a complete processing unit for automatic production and assembly of wall
calendars.
Fax
+41-418544070
In the project phase there is an automatic folding machine, so that the calendars
can be laid out ready for packaging without manual handling.
Internet address
http://www.durrer.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 11, D56 (Page 958)
Company News
04/21/2008
Durrer Spezialmaschinen AG
Extensions to the Durrer Product Range
The increased demand in the area of index cutting led to a range of further developments for the two best known Durrer machines for processing step indexes
- the REMAT and the REGA 5. At DRUPA, Durrer will also be presenting innovations in semi-automatic production and processing of step indexes as well as
a range of new developments in wall calendar production and book block processing.
Innovations
BLOFIX The big news from Durrer at the trade fair is without doubt the presentation of the BLOFIX for production of wall calendars. The fully automatic
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REMAT When the new generation of REMAT went into production this year,
Durrer set new standards for semi-automatic machines. The most important
development goals were the highest working safety and optimum ergonomics
along with improved performance. This was achieved using the latest control
and drive technology. The new REMAT offers the greatest possible flexibility in
cut shapes and can also process the thickest products. Using two cutting units
makes it possible to change from angle to thumb index in minutes. The REMAT
supports all known cut shapes for catalogues, telephone books, brochures, exercise books and loose leaves.
REBIB The bible cuts commonly used in reference works and Bibles previously
had to be made laboriously by hand. With the REBIB, DURRER now offers a
semi-automatic solution with high flexibility. At DRUPA you have the chance
to see this new development. Extensive works with sewn or adhesive binding
are no longer an obstacle for this development from Durrer. The REBIB cuts
bible cuts in block thicknesses up to 80 mm. In addition to the cutting process,
Durrer is currently developing an automatic solution for applying printed labels.
With this addition, Durrer offers a complete range of machines for bible cut index
processing, and at an interesting price.
REDRU The REDRU is another new development from Durrer; an autonomous
printer unit for printing cut indexes. The REDRU prints European and Arabic
indexes and supports all normal types of binding including loose-leaf products.
The machine is a perfect complement to the REGA 5 and REMAT.
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PLABI 6 The PLABI 6 is a fully automatic processing line for plastic comb binding,
with modular construction. Durrer is showing the module for production of comb
binders for the first time at Drupa. It produces plastic binders in a two-second
cycle from a roll or from a plate magazine. There is the option of having the
binders printed or provided with a ribbon bookmarker.
In addition to the comb binding module there are two further modules. One is
responsible for book block production. This includes collecting individual sheets,
folded sheets (inc. folded organisers) and enclosures, it puts on the covers and
carries out the binding cutting, corner perforation, corner cutting and four-sided
cut. The third module is the binding module. It inserts the comb binder that has
been produced into the binding cut. Complete automation makes plastic comb
binding economically interesting.
03.1385
Glueing machines
03.1500
Perforating machines
03.1510
Embossing and punching machinery
03.1545
Index tabs cutting and printing machines
03.1560
Creasing and scoring machines
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
03.1655
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
03.1715
Counting equipment
03.1725
Gathering and collating machines
04.1555
Combination creasing, scoring, slitting and cross
cutting machines
04.1640
Stationery production machines
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
04.1675
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
05.1080
Wire and plastic bindings
Further developments
REGA 5 Since the last DRUPA, Durrer has been working intensively on further
development of the REGA 5. The fully automatic index cutting machine has already been sold over 30 times worldwide. This underlines Durrer’s position as
market leader in the manufacture of fully automatic machines for index cut processing. Paper grades from 30g m2, book block thicknesses up to 60 mm, automatic count check, formats from A5 to A4 and performance up to 1500 pieces
per hour (depending on the number of sheets) make the REGA 5 the Durrer
flagship.
As well as the exhibits described, Durrer is showing proven machine types like
the REGA 4 or DULA 4. Future machine developments depend principally on
individual customer needs. You can find out what projects or project ideas are
in the pipeline at Durrer by speaking to us directly (Hall 11, Stand D56).
Product Overview
Durrer Spezialmaschinen AG
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
03.1220
Three-knife trimmers
03.1235
Corner rounding machines
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len leistungsfähige Systeme, die die Verarbeitung von fertig zusammengetragenen Produkten im 50 mm hohen Stapel erlauben – inklusive Umschlägen aus
Kunststoff und Karton, Registerseiten und Falzbogen. Für diese Anwendung
gibt es mit der PB.16 eine manuell zu bestückende Maschine mit elektrischem
Schiebetisch. Zum automatischen Bohren der Lochreihen für Drahtkammbindung inklusive Zuführung, Rütteln und Auslage kann das Bohrsystem PB.15
eingesetzt werden.
Dürselen GmbH
Address
Oppelner Straße 33
41199 Mönchengladbach
Germany
Phone
+49-2166609174
Fax
+49-2166609178
Internet address
http://www.duerselen.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Das Bohren von Großformaten, im Mehrfachnutzen bedruckt - z.B. mit Etiketten,
ist eine weitere Spezialanwendung, für die eine rationelle und effiziente Lösung
zu sehen sein wird. Auf dem Modell PB.05 werden die großen Bogen wie auf
einem Schnellschneider unter der Bohrlinie (bis 22 Spindeln) in programmierbaren Schritten vorgeschoben und reihenweise gebohrt - ein immenser Kostenvorteil gegenüber der Verarbeitung in Streifen oder im Einzelnutzen.
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Hall 06, A60 (Page 938)
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Dürselen GmbH
Professionelles Papierbohren - Halle 6 Stand A60
Beim Papierbohren zeigt die Dürselen GmbH, Mönchengladbach, bedienerfreundliche Lösungen für alle Standardanwendungen und hochproduktive Systeme
für spezielle Aufgaben. Neu auf der Drupa ist eine kostengünstige Vierspindelmaschine als Einsteigermodell, die bei geringerem Arbeitsaufkommen und einfachen Jobs eingesetzt werden kann. Alle anderen Maschinen vom klassischen
Vierspindelmodell bis hin zu Multispindelmaschinen mit manuellem oder elektrischem Schiebetisch sind für den professionellen Einsatz ausgerüstet. Das
bedeutet, sie sind flexibel für nahezu alle Materialien und Lochbilder einstellbar.
Als vollautomatische Lösung wird das Hochleistungs-Bohrsystem Dürselen
PB.15 gezeigt. Die Maschine verarbeitet Stapel aus losen Blättern, gehefteten
und klebegebundenen Broschüren mit einer Leistung bis 1.500 Stapel pro
Stunde. Sie kann sowohl von Hand bestückt als auch in-line gefahren werden.
In einer On-Demand Version gibt es den Bohrautomaten PB.15 auch mit frei
programmierbaren Bohrköpfen, so dass der Job-Wechsel ohne manuelles Umrüsten per Knopfdruck erfolgt. Ebenfalls für die Weiterverarbeitung nach dem
Digitaldruck wird auf der Drupa eine Bohrmaschine mit manueller Papieranlage,
aber auch mit programmiertem, vollautomatischem Job-Wechsel ausgestellt.
Zu Thema ”Bohren statt Stanzen” im Bereich Drahtkammbindung zeigt Dürse-
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- Halle 6 Stand A60
Zur Rationalisierung der Weiterverarbeitung bietet die Dürselen GmbH, Mönchengladbach, im Bereich Papierbohren bereits Bohrsysteme für verschiedene Anwendungen an. Auf der Drupa 2008 kommt ein weiteres Thema mit einer Weltneuheit hinzu: automatisiertes Verpacken von Broschüren in-line mit dem Klebebinder.
Der Verpackautomat VA.01 füllt klebegebundene Broschüren-Stapel in Stülpkartons mit einer Leistung über 500 Stapel pro Stunde. Das System deckt mit
den Formaten den DIN A4 und 2 x DIN A5 die gängigsten Broschürengrößen
ab. Es kann Stülpkartons aus Graupappe und aus Micro-Wellpappe verarbeiten.
Damit steht erstmalig eine vollautomatische Lösung für den zeit-, kraft- und personalaufwändigen Arbeitsgang des Broschüren-Verpackens zur Verfügung.
Die Broschürenstapel werden aus dem Zählstapler bzw. Kreuzleger auf ein
spezielles Transportband übernommen, das Verschiebungen einzelner Broschüren
im Stapel oder das Verrutschen des gesamten Stapels sicher verhindert. DIN
A4-Produkte werden mittels einer Drehstation in den Verpackautomaten übergeben.
Wenn Produkte im Format DIN A5 zu verarbeiten sind, werden vor der Zuführung
in das System zwei Stapel so nebeneinander angeordnet, dass sie vom Umriss
her einen DIN A4-Stapel bilden.
In der ersten Station des Verpackautomaten Dürselen VA.01 wird der Boden-Teil
des Stülpkartons über den Stapel gezogen. Es folgt eine Drehung des gefüllten
Kartonbodens, so dass in der nächsten Station der Deckel über den Stapel und
den Boden gezogen werden kann. Damit ist der Stapel fertig verpackt. Der
gefüllte Stülpkarton wird je nach Bedarf auf ein Band oder eine Röllchenbahn
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zur weiteren Verarbeitung ausgelegt.
EBERLE S.A.S.
Dürselen schließt mit dem Verpackautomaten VA.01 eine Lücke, in der bislang körperlich sehr anstrengende Handarbeit erforderlich war und ermöglicht
so einen kontinuierliche Arbeitsablauf vom Binden bis zum Verpacken. Mit der
Automatisierung des Broschüren-Verpackens wird ein personeller Flaschenhals
bei der industriellen Druckweiterverarbeitung beseitigt. Das Verpacken in Stülpkartons wird zu einem Arbeitsgang mit konstanter, kalkulierbarer Leistung.
Product Overview
Address
2 rue de l’industrie
67116 Reichstett
France
Phone
+33-38833-6025
Fax
+33-38862-3640
Internet address
http://www.eberle-sas.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, D35 (Page 962)
Dürselen GmbH
03.1015
Packing machines
03.1085
Block stackers
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
03.1320
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
03.1435
Hole punching and eyeletting machines
03.1440
Hole punches
03.1480
Paper drilling machines
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1710
Workflow systems
04.1015
Packing machines
04.1270
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
04.1745
Mailroom equipment for printed products
Product Overview
EBERLE S.A.S.
03.1355
Edgeboard protector manufacturing lines
04.1180
Can manufacturing machinery from paper and board
04.1295
Tube slicing and dividing machines
04.1300
Tube winding machines
04.1360
Composite can manufacturing machines
Product Details
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EBERLE S.A.S.
Tube slicing and dividing machines
Hülsenschneidmaschinen
Die Firma Eberlé hat eine ganze reihe von Papp- oder Kunststoff-Hülsenschneidmaschinen
entwickelt :
Handbediente, halb-automatische oder automatische Maschinen
Durchmesser von 12mm bis 640mm, Wandstärke von 1mm bis 25mm
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Glatter und präziser Schnitt
please visit www.edale.co.uk or call +44 1794 524422.
Ergonomische und leicht bedienbare Maschinen
Sehr hohe Leistungen
Product Overview
Hülsenzuführsysteme, Hülsenzuführmagazine oder Hülsendepalettierer
Edale Ltd.
Edale Ltd.
02.1080
Coating machines and devices
02.1100
Ticket printing machines
Address
Budds Lane
Romsey, Hampshire SO51 OHA
United Kingdom
02.1205
Printing and die-cutting machines, automated
(combined)
Phone
+44-1794524422
02.1300
Label printing machines
Fax
+44-1794513703
02.1410
Flexographic presses, webfed - narrow
Internet address
http://www.edale.co.uk
02.1480
Card manufacturing systems
E-Mail
[email protected]
02.1700
RFID systems
Stand
Hall 16, D16-1 (Page 974)
02.1740
Rotary die cutting machines
02.1825
Die-cutting machines
02.1930
Security printing machines
04.1590
Rotary die cutting machines
Company News
04/10/2008
Edale Ltd.
Edale Focus on Commercial Security at Drupa
Edale Ltd will be exhibiting their Lambda ‘plug and play’ printing and converting
press at Drupa. The Edale Lambda will be fully operational producing RFID
tickets in a single pass, demonstrating the versatility of this press.
The focus of the stand will clearly be on Commercial Security, with RFID technology being one of the key applications. Along with the Lambda, there will be
static displays of Edale’s complete range of narrow web flexographic printing and
converting machinery. This will include details of Edale’s latest development, the
high-end, servo-driven Gamma flexopress. Along with the award-winning Alpha
compact press and the modular inline Beta and Sigma presses.
Edale Ltd’s stand is in Hall 16, stand number D16-1. All visitors are welcome to
visit the stand and have a chat with Edale’s friendly staff. For more information,
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SSP); digital printing companies (UT-digital) and label printing companies (UTlabel).
Edigit International Srl
Address
UT-win - The software solution for printing companies UT-Professional - The
modular software for medium-sized printing companies UT-Gold - The comprehensive solution for large-sized printing companies.
Via Martiri di Monte Sole 12
40129 Bologna/Bo
Italy
The software UT-win is the best print estimating software solution for your company. It was designed to satisfy the different needs of the printing industry at
all stages. Ut-win is your key to solve the need for safe, functional, integrated
solutions in a quick and reliable way by helping you to manage your company in
the best and most profitable way.
Phone
+39 051-372688
Fax
+39 051-372972
Internet address
www.edigit.eu
E-Mail
[email protected]
UT-win enables small and medium sized-companies to make estimates through
an efficient and reliable and tool. Investing money in management software is an
important step towards meeting the rigorous demands and fast-paced requirements of today’s printing industry.
Stand
Hall 07.2, E02 (Page 948)
The modularity and the multiple functions of the program UT-win allow our customers to grow together with their companies.
Company News
04/28/2008
Edigit International Srl
EDIGIT, from Estimates to Full Management Software
for Printing Companies
Edigit software solutions have been on the market for more than twenty years,
helping more than 1,200 small, medium and large-sized printing companies
making estimates and managing their company from the job-sheet stage to invoicing. Accurate print estimating is at the core of Ut-win. No matter how small
or large your company is Ut-win can save you time, improve your customer service and cut costs. The program is modular and all the versions of UT-win can
be implemented step by step , The modular system lets you buy the capability
you need now and expand later.
Edigit is constantly attending Exhibitions taking place all over the world abroad
thus witnessing its technological and organisational enthusiasm. Edigit is consistent with its commercial policy that wants the company to get close, also from
a physical point of view, to old and new customers.
Ut-win is available in different versions : for pre-press companies (UT-Prepress
for Digital Photolithography) – for printing houses (UT-Professional, UT-Gold and
UT-Open) – for label printing companies (UT-label).
Edigit has also implemented software for silk-screen printing companies (UT-
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Customers needs are a key point for us, such us helping you to find solutions
to collect data from production (program UT-Touch – Time-Net), or interfaces to
Accounting programs, or enhancement to your Marketing campaigns.
UT-win is the most efficient and reliable solution to your company’s needs. The
whole company under control, at any moment, during all processing stages, from
accounting to production.
UT-Professional: Utmost compatibility with the Windows World and the most
widespread and commonly used Accounting Systems.
UT-Professional satisfies all the needs of a printing company. The modular extension of the software is always possible also in this version.
From the module estimate, through all the available in UT-win, you can quickly
and easily obtain the creation of an offer to send to your customer.
Then the offer can be sent to customers using the most advanced tools: fax,
e-mail.
You can manage and monitor both in-house and brokered processing stages.
Moreover you can add a whole series of additional modules, such as, for example, managing commercial information, job sheets, warehouse inward and outward movements, orders to suppliers, post-calculation, connection to accounting
programs.
With the software UT-Gold you will have the full control of your company at any
moment in all stages of production and accounting.
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EDIGIT GROUP’S NEW PRODUCT:
Business Software for Digital Printing Companies – it is a new easy-to use software specifically tailored for digital printing companies. It was entirely developed
in ASP.net language, it can be used through Intranet and/or Internet browser,
and supported on PC, MAC and Unix.
New UT-leg – It was specifically designed to satisfy requests for estimate-making
in book-binding companies: it is totally integrated with UT as far as monitoring
and management are concerned.
Managing Costs and Contribution Margin – a program specifically tailored for
large companies. It has been totally restyled thanks to the introduction of a
“calculation engine” taken from UT software. Now our customers can choose
between “full cost” and “contribution margin”. Customers are counselled and
periodically checked when approaching new cost frameworks.
Managing Warehouse Location - thanks to the new software UT-ubi our customers are put in a position to manage the raw materials Warehouse and/or
finished products in a simple and straightforward way. All warehouse movements are collected through bar code readers. Analytical integration with Accounting Program – the integration with the accounting software UT-Business is
now available: a single DB for Management and Accounting and also Analytical
Accounting Tools.
TIME-web :Time collection for all departments is the new software specifically
designed to solve the difficult and chaotic time collection in the pre-press department. Thanks to the Web technology it can be applied on any platform and
on any company’s production department. Creating Files in JDF format - we are
already testing the connection of the most widespread systems available in the
Italian market between our MIS and JDF technology.
Product Overview
02.1805
Software, Job Planning
02.1945
Workflow systems
03.1230
E-commerce for printing industry
03.1625
Software, Job Planning
03.1710
Workflow systems
04.1650
Software, Job Planning
04.1790
Workflow systems
05.1265
Business branch software
06.1025
Data processing services
06.1065
Estimating software
06.1070
Management information systems
06.1080
Gravure suppliers
06.1085
Management software
Edigit International Srl
01.1465
Workflow systems
02.1090
Production data processing
02.1245
E-commerce for printing industry
02.1800
Software, Variable Data Printing
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Eltete TPM Ltd.
Address
Varastokuja 5, P.O. Box 94
07900 Loviisa
Finland
Phone
+358-1951031
Fax
+358-195103200
Internet address
http://www.eltete.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 13, B05 (Page 966)
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Laminating machines
04.1445
Palletising equipment
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
04.1720
Tray making machines
04.1775
Winders
05.1010
Packing materials
EMSYS PaperTracing NV
Address
IJzerlaan 66
2060 Antwerpen
Belgium
Phone
+32-3641-8950
Eltete TPM Engineering gets MEUR sized fully automatic paper pallet production line order from Turkey
Fax
+32-3641-8939
Loviisa, Finland, January 17, 2008 – Eltete TPM Ltd today announced they have
received the first production orders from a Turkish multinational corporation for
new innovative PPMFU automatic paper pallet manufacturing unit.
Internet address
http://www.papertracing.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 04, A54 (Page 934)
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05/21/2008
Eltete TPM Ltd.
Automatic paper pallet production line order from
Turkey
Product Overview
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Band saws
Company News
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Edgeboard protector manufacturing lines
04/17/2008
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Tube winding machines
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EMSYS PaperTracing NV
Emsys PaperTracing showcases unique integrated
logistic workflow
From May 29th to June 11th Emsys PaperTracing will showcase its latest release of the unique workflow solution PSS® (Paper Scanning Solution) which
features new functionalities for: - Full traceability of semi finished products - Fin-
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ished products - Managing FSC paper - RFID solutions for full traceability In addition to this one of the highlights will be the presentation of a unique integrated
logistic workflow, showing integrations to: - MIS systems, - Reel exchangers, integrations to web inspection systems - integrations to press management systems Besides PSS® Emsys PaperTracing will show 2 other products out of their
unique package:
Product Overview
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01.1050
Barcode systems
01.1255
Internet and network services for the printing industry
Paper InfoLink® is a unique application to create a complete transparant insight
view of the total supply chain of paper, from paper producer, paper owner to
printing company.
02.1180
Database systems
And
02.1700
RFID systems
02.1800
Software, Variable Data Printing
02.1805
Software, Job Planning
04.1190
E-commerce for printing industry
04.1790
Workflow systems
06.1015
Databank services
06.1070
Management information systems
06.1085
Management software
The Paper Data Gateway® is a communication tool between paper producers,
logistical partners, publishers and printing companies. Based on world standards like PAPINET, EDIPAP, EDIFACT, etc. the Paper Data Gateway creates a fully automated message flow for delivery notes, receipt confirmations,
damage reports, inventory information, orders, invoices and delivery confirmations. Emsys PaperTracing is the unrivaled leader of innovative workflow and
tracing solutions for paper-, printing-, packaging-, and media companies. With
the suite of 3 complimentary products, more than 15 years of experience, the
proven concept of technology driven solutions and practical service and 0ver
150 succesfull installations worldwide, Emsys PaperTracing has proved itself as
a solid partner to the industry. If you want to know why more and more paper-,
printing-, packaging-, and media companies companies in the world choose Emsys workflow solutions it’s worth while visiting our stand in hall 04 stand 4A54
and convince yourself that Emsys PaperTracing can also be your missing link in
logistics. You can also pre-book an appointment with one of our consultants on
a day and time during the show which is most convenient for you. Please use
the booking form to register for an appointment. For more information about
Emsys PaperTracing on DRUPA 2008 or general inquiries about our products
and services please contact Gerd van Gils on +32 (0)3 641 89 31 or send an
email to [email protected] We are looking forward welcoming you on our
stand during DRUPA 2008.
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Epic Products International
Product Overview
Address
2801 E. Randol Mill Road
Arlington, TX 76011
USA
Phone
+1-817640-3037
Fax
+1-817633-3085
Internet address
http://www.epicproducts.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 11, C23 (Page 958)
Company News
03/14/2008
Epic Products International
02.1080
Coating machines and devices
02.1390
Damping/dampening systems
02.1485
Conditioning equipment
02.1530
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
04.1365
Conditioning equipment
Erhardt + Leimer GmbH
Epic Products International
Address
Albert-Leimer-Platz 1
86391 Stadtbergen
Germany
Phone
+49-8212435-0
Fax
+49-8212435-100
Internet address
http://www.erhardt-leimer.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Epic Products Appoints O.C. Agergaard Gmbh as
representative for Germany
Epic Products International Corporation, Arlington Texas, is pleased to announce the appointment of O.C.Agergaard Gmbh Celle, Germany, as representatives for Germany and several other EU countries.
”Ole Agergaard has an excellent reputation and considerable experience in the
Graphic arts Industry, and we are looking forward to working with him and his
company,” according to Epic President Max Dahlgren.
Details can be found at www.agergaard.de
Company News
05/05/2008
Erhardt + Leimer GmbH
Web inspection with automatic color comparison by
master image and extended field of view. New software
version for digital web monitoring by Erhardt+Leimer
The software ”color comparison“ is best suited for the inspection of homoge-
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neous color areas such as on logos and trademarks and for forms and packaging
printing. The color comparison requires that a master image is learned and analyzed. In the course of the analysis the master image is segmented into color
areas of identical color shade and color intensity according to the CIE-LAB criteria. The segmented color areas can be deselected individually as required by
production.
The alarm values for color deviations can be set individually. Digital outputs may
be switched if an alarm value is exceeded. The LAB-deviations are shown as
numeric values so that the operator can react immediately on the basis of this
precise information. The master values in turn may be adapted to the actual
requirements of production.
The software version “color comparison” is perfectly suited to monitor the register
settings.
Another ELSCAN version will be exhibited with an extended field of view. This
new member of the ELSCAN family is also based on the time-tested modular
principle and functionality of the earlier ELSCAN systems. This new visual range
is up to 200 x 156 mm or 8 x 6 inches big, that is it is 4 times as large as with
the standard version. For these applications special attention was directed to
the flash design to guarantee perfect lighting.
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New features in web monitoring and web inspection
with ELSCAN OMS 4
Erhardt+Leimer has further developed web monitoring options creating new
customer benefits based on state-of-the-art digital technology and highest functionality.
These new features are based on a new camera head developed by Erhardt+Leimer. The camera has no components that are moved. The operator
concept based on PC technology is new. A new area flash for diffuse lighting
provides a homogeneous illumination of the printed surface which is important in
particular with strongly reflective surfaces. The system integrates two cameras
with fixed focus and different focal lengths. They capture the entire web and at
the same time show an enlargement of the register mark – “Web Monitoring view in view”.
navigation feature is new.
The ELSCAN family will continue to grow on the basis of these fundamental
features. New modules will be added to always keep ELSCAN modern and up
to date.
05/05/2008
100 % Print Inspection gets larger
Erhardt+Leimer will present a new multi-camera system for 100% Print Inspection at DRUPA 2008. The high resolution, fast line cameras allow for speeds of
over 200 m/min. at highest resolution level. 12.000 to 18.000 active pixels are
available for web widths of 1000 mm and beyond. This high resolution meets
the high demands of quality assurance in packaging, forms and foil printing. The
ideally-suited diffuse light of the new lighting system TubeLight ensures perfect
monitoring results even with strongly reflective surfaces and detects even embossed structures of metal foils.
The inspection system is shown on the stand of various machine manufacturers
and on the Erhardt+Leimer stand in hall 16 where it is running on a 660 mm
inspection rewinder.
05/05/2008
100% Print Inspection with Length Monitoring
Erhardt+Leimer will present new, innovative software functions for their timetested Print Inspection System NYSCAN at DRUPA 2008. For the first time it is
now possible to monitor spaces. This new feature requires very little effort on
the part of the operator; the target values for the spaces are simply entered via
a graphic interface. It is further possible to monitor a multiple of these spaces
as repeat length. Any direction of measurement can be defined, down web,
cross web or a used-specified diagonal to the web. A patented calibration system from Erhardt+Leimer compensates inaccuracies due to distortions by the
camera lens.
The inspection system is shown on the stand of various machine manufacturers
and on the Erhardt+Leimer stand in hall 16 where it is running on a 660 mm
inspection rewinder.
The enlargement of the print image is direct and digital. It is absolutely reliable
and there is no dead time. The switching process from one camera to the other
is unnoticed by the user.
The time-tested, standard functionality of the ELSCAN concept remains unchanged, that is image stabilization, the simple selection of reference positions
and the extended software version “Pro” are part of the system. The image
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ESATEC
01.1075
Image viewing devices
01.1310
Measuring and testing equipment
02.1055
Web inspection systems
02.1060
Web guides
02.1095
Image viewing devices
02.1335
Colour viewing systems & equipment
02.1540
Slitting and cross cutting machines
02.1565
Measuring and testing equipment
Company News
03.1540
Control and drive systems
03/21/2008
04.1430
Measuring and testing equipment
Address
ZA Les Brandeaux
16400 Puymoyen
France
Phone
+33-545653462
Fax
+33-545653445
Internet address
http://www.esatec.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 10, B69 (Page 954)
ESATEC
NEW WINDOW PATCHING MACHINE ”2 in 1”
ESATEC presents its new Window Patching machine ”2 in 1”.
Product Overview
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02.1445
Blanket washing equipment
02.1580
Numbering units and machines
02.1590
Offset presses, sheet-fed
02.1725
Rotary perforating units
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Jogging tables
04.1015
Packing machines
04.1155
CD/DVD-sleeve production
04.1220
EskoArtwork
Address
Kortrijksesteenweg 1095
9051 Gent
Belgium
Folding box making machines
Phone
+32-9216-9211
04.1255
Carton windowing machines
Fax
+32-9216-9463
04.1345
Glueing machines
Internet address
http://www.esko.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 08b, A23 (Page 950)
Product Details
04.1015
ESATEC
Packing machines
DIGISTAR
Gluing machines
Company News
04.1155
EskoArtwork
CD/DVD-sleeve production
03/29/2008
SIipcase machine
EskoArtwork stellt durchgängigen JDF-Workflow für
die Verpackungsproduktion auf der drupa vor
Novetui and O’Ring sleeves with automatic placement of the cases
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Neben EskoArtwork sind an der einheitlichen Prozesskontrolle die Hersteller
Dr. Lauterbach & Partner (SAP Business Partner), MAN Roland und Bobst
beteiligt EskoArtwork, der weltweit führende Anbieter von innovativen Lösungen
für Design, Produktionsvorbereitung und Zusammenarbeit in der Verpackungsund Akzidenzdruckindustrie, kündigt die Vollendung des ersten komplett durchgängigen JDF-Workflows für die Verpackungsproduktion an. In Zusammenarbeit mit
den Herstellern Dr. Lauterbach & Partner, MAN Roland und Bobst S.A sowie
Limmatdruck Zeiler AG und dem Schweizer Markenartikler Migros eine innovative Lösung für die Prozessautomatisierung und Prozesskontrolle entstanden,
die alle Schritte von der Idee bis zur Auslieferung des fertigen Verpackungsproduktes umfasst.
Folding box making machines
Joiner machine
assembling and gluing machines
04.1255
Carton windowing machines
Digistar
Window patching machines Pick & Place window machines
04.1345
Glueing machines
Digistar - Digismall - MPB machine
Der JDF-Workflow und sein ausschließlich elektronischer Informationstransport ermöglichen im Rahmen der Wertschöpfungskette eine rationalisierte und
wirtschaftliche Produktion. Durch die Integration aller im Herstellungs- und
Verarbeitungsprozess benötigter Systeme und Maschinen sind bisher manuell
getätigte Einstellungen und Jobübergaben nicht mehr nötig. Neben Zeit, Kosten- und Materialersparnissen profitieren die am Verpackungsworkflow
Gluing of all rigid or supple elements onto carton boards
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beteiligten Verpackungsentwickler, Grafikdesigner, Druckvorstufenbetriebe, Klischeeanstalten, Druckbetriebe, Weiterverarbeiter und Markenartikler von der
Transparenz und der Nachverfolgbarkeit der absoluten Prozesskontrolle. Fehlerquellen
werden vermieden, doppelte Eingaben gehören der Vergangenheit an, der Anfall von Makulatur im Drucksaal sinkt und die Nachkalkulation in der Auftragsbearbeitung wird einfacher.
„Mit unseren Partnern Dr. Lauterbach & Partner, MAN Roland und Bobst ist
es uns von Herstellerseite gelungen, die Entwicklung und Produktion einer Verpackung von A bis Z zentral und lückenlos über ein MIS-System zu steuern,“
fasst Stefan Schirmer, Solution Manager Carton und Corrugated Packaging
EskoArtwork, für alle am JDF-Workflow Beteiligten zusammen. Limmatdruck
Zeiler AG aus Spreitenbach bei Zürich als einer der ersten Anwender eines
durchgängigen JDF-Workflows und der Markenkonzern Migros belegen, dass
die Zukunft der Verpackungsbranche bereits begonnen hat. Die Nutzung optimal auf einander abgestimmter technischer Lösungen erhöht die Produktivität
und steigert die Profitabilität.
Zukunft liegt in Prozesskontrolle Das Herzstück des JDF-Workflows bildet die
auf SAP ERP basierende Branchenlösung LP.Packaging für die Verpackungsindustrie von Dr. Lauterbach & Partner, die alle zentralen logistischen und finanziellen Prozesse des Verpackungsworkflows enthält: Dazu gehören die Produktentwicklung und -spezifikation, Kalkulation, Angebots- und Verkaufsauftragsabwicklung, Druckvorlagenherstellung, Werkzeug- und Druckformenverwaltung, Disposition und Verfügbarkeitsprüfung, Materialwirtschaft und Beschaffung, Produktionsplanung und -steuerung, EDI-Lieferplan- und Konsignationsabwicklungen (Vendor Managed Inventory) mit Kunden und Lieferanten, Produktionsund Rückmeldeprozesse, Warehouse- und Materialflusssteuerung, Qualitätsmanagement, Transportplanung, branchenspezifische Kosten- und Leistungsrechnung, Finanzbuchhaltung sowie eine Vielzahl an analytischen Anwendungen
und Auswertungen.
In der Verpackungsentwicklung, im Grafikdesign und in der Druckvorstufe kommen Lösungen der Esko Software Suite zum Einsatz. Hierzu gehören das
strukturelle und grafische Design, die Druckvorbereitung mit Datenkontrolle,
Ausschießen, Überfüllen und Rippen der Druckdatei sowie die Erstellung der
Druckplattenbelichtung. Alle Vorstufen- und Produktionsprozesse werden über
die SAP-JDF-Schnittstelle von LP.Packaging mit Produkt- und Auftragsdaten
versorgt; dadurch werden unproduktive und fehlerträchtige Mehrfacheingaben
vermieden. Während und nach Abschluss der einzelnen Arbeitsschritte werden permanent Stati (Meilensteine) und Prozessdaten an LP.Packaging zurückgemeldet. Dadurch ist der Auftragsfortschritt für die Produktionsplanung und
–steuerung zu jederzeit ersichtlich; Planabweichungen und Störungen können
somit frühzeitig erkannt und Gegenmaßnahmen eingeleitet werden.
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Eine weitere wesentliche Neuheit des JDF-Workflows ist die elektronische
Steuerung der Druckmaschine mit printnet PressManager perfect. MAN Roland
hat damit eine JDF-fähige Software entwickelt, die die Druckmaschine anhand
der übertragenen Produkt- und Auftragsdaten automatisch für den Druck vorbereitet, den Farbauftrag optimiert und die Farbwerke einstellt. Nach Abschluss
des jeweiligen Auftrags erfolgt die Rückmeldung der Produktionsdaten an das
SAP-System.
Das gleiche gilt für die Steuerung der Weiterverarbeitung. Die Maschinen der
BOBST S.A. werden über die HIGHWAY-Programme in diesen Workflow integriert. Dank des bidirektionalen Datenflusses kann HIGHWAY die Liste der zu produzierenden Aufträge von SAP empfangen; die Produktions- und Produktivitätsdaten wiederum werden an SAP geschickt, um dort die Produktion bestmöglich
zu verfolgen, Berichte zu generieren und Angebote zu optimieren. HIGHWAY
hat eine sehr einfach zu bedienende Oberfläche, die für alle Maschinentypen
gleich ist. Die Maschine stellt sich anhand der dort eingegebenen Auftragsdaten
automatisch ein. Die zusätzliche Möglichkeit, Werte manuell einzugeben, sorgt
für eine wesentliche Verkürzung der Maschineneinstellung. Die FaltschachtelKlebemaschine ALPINA wird mit einer neuen Funktion vorgestellt, die es erlaubt,
aus JDF-Daten eine automatische Einstellung der Maschine ohne Eingriff des
Maschinenführers vorzunehmen.
Für die drupa 2008 wird EskoArtwork zusammen mit seinen Partnern einen
Film über die JDF-Verpackungsproduktion drehen, in dem ein kompletter JDFVerpackungsworkflow in allen Einzelheiten anschaulich dokumentiert wird.
03/29/2008
EskoArtwork introduces Esko Cyrel Digital Imager
Spark 4260 Auto flexo platesetter
Flexible packaging trade shops and high volume converters will benefit from
a significant increase in productivity EskoArtwork, the global market leader in
innovative design, pre-production, collaboration and finishing solutions for the
packaging, commercial printing and sign and display industry, announces the
introduction of the Esko Cyrel Digital Imager (CDI) Spark 4260 Auto at drupa
2008. This new member of the world’s leading family of digital imagers for flexo
plates is built for fully-automated plate loading, imaging, and unloading. Thus,
the CDI Spark 4260 Auto becomes a real plate-making factory with a significant
increase in productivity for flexible packaging trade shops as well as high volume converters. The added automation tools considerably reduce previouslyrequired handling steps and significantly remove potential sources of error.
“The Esko CDI Spark 4260 Auto solidifies the CDI platesetter family’s position as
the fastest plate imagers currently available, by further reducing operator tasks
and manual intervention,” comments Jan Buchweitz, EskoArtwork CDI product
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manager. “The Esko CD 4260I Auto moves our outstanding technology to the
next level of flexo platemaking, defining the new standard in digital flexo!”
Highest throughput Able to process three full-size digital flexo plates at once, the
CDI Spark 4260 Auto addresses the requirements of the highest quality flexo
applications, primarily targeting flexible packaging and folding carton markets.
Four productivity levels are available for the Esko CDI 4260 Auto. With the
highly reliable Optics 80 fiber laser with multibeam optics, the Esko CDI 4260
Auto delivers the highest throughput and flexibility at a maximum speed of up to
8.0 m²/hr, with fully variable resolution imaging. In just 12 minutes, it images a
full size 42” x 60” / 1067 x 1524 mm plate of any thickness.
Automated plate loading At drupa 2008, the new Esko CDI Spark 4260 Auto will
be demonstrated in a configuration of automated plate loading, imaging, and
unloading in combination with the integrated Inline UV Main Exposure and Back
Exposure unit. Together with the DuPont Cyrel FAST TD 4260, the Esko CDI
Spark 4260 will be shown at drupa as part of an automated flexo workflow, processing a wide range of packaging materials. While automation assures maximum throughput, the outstanding CDI technology guarantees the highest quality
and consistency in plate making.
03/29/2008
EskoArtwork introduces Studio
Studio and new Studio Toolkits bring interactive 3D packaging design for boxes
and flexibles to Adobe® Illustrator® EskoArtwork, the global market leader in
innovative design, pre-production, collaboration and finishing solutions for the
packaging, commercial printing and sign and display industry, announces the
introduction of Studio, a plug-in environment for Adobe® Illustrator® that brings
interactive 3D packaging design to the familiar Adobe® Illustrator® software.
EskoArtwork is also introducing Studio Toolkits, a collection of supporting simplified structural design solutions.
“In packaging design, the world is certainly not a flat place and there is a clear
demand for more 3D capabilities as communicating with a 3D design greatly
benefits the turn-around time of the design process. Very often existing 3D tools
are too complicated and simply not suited for a packaging design workflow,”
explains Kris Van Bael, Product Manager 3D and Visualization, EskoArtwork.
“EskoArtwork introduces the perfect solutions to solve these issues. Studio and
the supporting Studio Toolkits are closely integrated with Adobe® Illustrator®
and come equipped with built-in EskoArtwork packaging knowledge. Studio reduces the need for multiple costly mock-ups, helps to spot design-errors faster
and takes away the guesswork from 2D flats.“
Studio is the next incarnation of the award winning DeskPack 3-dX concept.
Thanks to the new Studio toolkits, Studio offers a complete solution for both fold-
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ing carton, corrugated and flexible packaging. As the central ‘hub’ of a graphic
design solution it offers a 3D viewing environment for instantly seeing the artwork
applied onto the package. To make the design process even easier, Studio offers packaging-savvy navigation, alignment tools and artwork distribution tools.
Studio allows designers to send their ideas to clients for review and approval by
creating a dynamic 3D PDF file compatible with the free Adobe® Reader®.
Together with Studio, EskoArtwork is introducing Studio Toolkits, a new line of
structural design tools, to supply the packaging shapes for Studio. At drupa,
the first two versions of Studio Toolkit will be demonstrated: » Studio Toolkit for
Flexibles: This unique flexible packaging design application allows a designer to
build realistic structural models of common flexible packaging types in a matter
of minutes. The first version of Studio Toolkit for Flexibles supports pillow bags,
gusseted bags and rectangular stand-up pouches.
» Studio Toolkit for Boxes: A plug-in for Adobe® Illustrator®. With this toolkit, designers create box shapes that can be decorated and folded right inside Adobe®
Illustrator®. Alternatively, designers can take an existing technical drawing and
fold it into a 3D representation of a box.
“Studio integrates perfectly with other EskoArtwork software, most notably with
structural design files from ArtiosCAD and Score!,” adds Van Bael. “Studio also
integrates smoothly with DeskPack plug-ins and the new Dynamic Content application. For ultra-realistic virtual mock-ups showing varnishes, metallic inks,
embossing or other special effects, Visualizer accepts and further enhances
packaging designs from Studio and the Studio Toolkits.”
Frank Adegeest, Director Packaging Design Software Product Group comments: “We have noticed an increasing need to evaluate the impact of various
packaging designs, comparing flexible versus rigid packaging formats, considering regional differences etc. Environmental issues, specific regional brand
requirements or other have forced brand owners to look for alternative packaging solutions. Up until now there was no easy solution to rapidly explore design
intent on alternative shapes. Using Studio combined with Studio Toolkits, designers are able to instantly view and evaluate a range of packaging format alternatives. In the development of Studio, EskoArtwork has bundled all its packaging expertise and made it available to the packaging designers platform of
choice - Adobe® Illustrator® – providing a series of new and powerful tools. Listening to our first series of users in the packaging design market, these tools will
grow to become the new standard and will dramatically improve efficiency and
productivity.”
Studio and the Studio Toolkit will be demonstrated at drupa creating, in a matter
of minutes, exceptional 3D visuals of boxes and bags. Studio and the Studio
Toolkit for Flexibles will be released and for sale at drupa; Studio Toolkit for
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Boxes will become available shortly thereafter.
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EskoArtwork presents full end-to-end JDF workflow
solution for packaging production at drupa
EskoArtwork joins forces with Dr. Lauterbach & Partner, MAN Roland and
Bobst to realize full process control for folding carton production EskoArtwork,
the global market leader in innovative design, pre-production, collaboration and
finishing solutions for the packaging, commercial printing and sign and display industry, will present the first fully integrated end-to-end JDF workflow solution for
packaging production at drupa 2008. The company cooperates with Dr. Lauterbach & Partner (SAP Business Partner), MAN Roland and Bobst S.A. as well as
Limmatdruck Zeiler AG and Migros to implement an innovative solution for process automation and control. The new solution incorporates all steps in folding
carton production, from idea through to delivery.
The JDF workflow and its fully digital data transfer enable streamlined and efficient communication of production-critical data across the supply chain. Previously manual processes and data transfers are now made redundant through
the integration of all systems and machines required for the manufacturing process. Packaging developers, graphic designers, prepress departments, engraving plants, print shops, converters and brand owners involved in the packaging
workflow save time, cost and materials. Important additional benefits arise from
the transparency and traceability of the entire process. The innovative workflow also reduces errors such as duplicate data entry, cuts paper wastage and
simplifies pre and postcalculation of packaging jobs.
Stefan Schirmer, Solution Manager for Carton and Corrugated Packaging at
EskoArtwork comments on behalf of all partners involved in the JDF workflow:
“With our partners Dr. Lauterbach & Partner, MAN Roland and Bobst, manufacturing now has full, centralized control over the development and production
of a packaging item through the MIS system.” Limmatdruck Zeiler AG based in
Spreitenbach near Zurich and Swiss-branded company Migros were among the
first companies to use a perfectly harmonized end-to-end JDF workflow solution,
clearly expressing the future path of the packaging industry.
The future lies in process control LP. Packaging, the SAP based solution developed by Dr. Lauterbach & Partner for the packaging industry, lies at the heart of
the JDF workflow. This application covers all the key logistical and financial processes of the packaging workflow, such as product development and specification, costing, processing of quotes and sales orders, copy preparation, tool and
printing form management, scheduling and availability checks, materials management and procurement, production planning and control. Additional applications include management of delivery schedules and consignment stocks (Ven-
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dor Managed Inventory) with customers and suppliers, production and feedback
processes, warehouse management and material flow control, quality management, transport planning, industry-specific costs and calculations, administrative
accounting as well as further analytical evaluations.
Software tools from the Esko Software Suite are used in packaging development, graphic design and prepress, including structural graphic design, print
preparation with data control, imposition, trapping and ripping print files as well
as plate exposure. The JDF-based SAP interface of the LP.Packaging system
provides product and job data to prepress and production departments, thus
avoiding unproductive and error-prone multiple data entries. Project milestones
and process data are continuously fed back into the LP.Packaging system during and upon completion of the individual job, allowing the production planning
and control staff to check the job progress at any time. Schedule variations and
operational faults are detected at a very early stage and, if necessary corrective
actions can be undertaken immediately.
Electronic control of the printing presses using printnet PressManager perfect
is another important new component of the JDF-integrated workflow. To this
purpose, MAN Roland has developed a JDF-compliant application that uses the
product and job data to automatically set up the printing press, optimize the ink
fountains and adjust the printing units. Production data is fed back into the SAP
system upon completion of each job.
For the converting processes, BOBST S.A. has also integrated its folder/gluers
into this workflow via the HIGHWAY interface program. With bidirectional data
flow, HIGHWAY can receive the list of jobs to be produced from SAP. The production and productivity data is then sent to SAP for optimum production monitoring, report generation and offer optimization. HIGHWAY’s very user-friendly
interface is the same for all machine types and triggers automatic adjustment
of the machine for every job data entry. The extra option of entering values
manually can considerably reduce machine make-ready times. Requiring no
operator intervention, the ALPINA folding box gluing machine comes equipped
with automatic adjustment based on the JDF data.
EskoArtwork and its partners will demonstrate at drupa 2008 a complete JDF
packaging workflow through all the individual units.
06/07/2008
Presstek and EskoArtwork partner to bring
industry-Leading workflow solutions to a broader
market
Presstek Latitude first commercial product to result from new partnership
Düsseldorf (Germany), May 30, 2008 - Presstek, Inc., the leading manufacturer
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and marketer of digital offset printing business solutions, today announced an
alliance with EskoArtwork, a world leader in workflow solutions for the packaging
and printing industry.
Under the agreement, Presstek will offer EskoArtwork’s Odystar workflow solution under the Presstek Latitude brand name to its large and growing global
customer base. Presstek will also reference-sell other EskoArtwork products
into its customer base, which will further expand Presstek’s workflow offerings
for medium to large-size printing businesses.
This announcement is part of Presstek’s continuing plan to build a product portfolio that provides high quality fully integrated digital solutions and services in
order to form all-encompassing relationships with our customers. Presstek Latitude will be demonstrated at drupa 2008, starting on May 29th in Düsseldorf,
Germany, and will be available from Presstek in the third quarter of 2008.
“As our customers grow their businesses and as we bring our digital offset solutions into larger printing businesses, it is important for Presstek to offer a range of
workflow alternatives,” said Jeff Jacobson, President and Chief Executive Officer
of Presstek. “We are pleased to be offering advanced workflow solutions from
such a well-respected company as EskoArtwork. We look forward to expanding this important relationship in the future.” Presstek Latitude, the first product
to be launched as a result of this partnership, is a highly automated prepress
workflow, powered by EskoArtwork, that streamlines throughput and processing of files. Its flexible workflow tools allow the automation of more production
processes. Presstek Latitude supports native PDF 1.7 format and the latest
standards in JDF and Certified PDF. JDF job tickets can be initiated by an MIS
system sending JDF/JMF to the workflow and utilized throughout the production
process to reduce the need for human intervention. Presstek Latitude contains
a wide range of prepress tools including EskoArtwork Neo, an advanced PDF
editor that easily accommodates last minute changes. Its advanced screening
technologies, state-of-the-art trapping tool, and integrated imposition options ensure high quality, efficiency and productivity.
“This partnership with Presstek provides us with improved access to Presstek’s
broad customer base,” said Guido Van der Schueren, Chief Commercial Officer
of EskoArtwork. “EskoArtwork has a strong reputation in production workflows in
the graphic arts Industry. Latitude is based on a proven EskoArtwork workflow
solution and is ideally suited to complement the automation already delivered
by Presstek’s digital offset printing solutions by extending that automation further into the enterprise. Latitude not only drastically increases productivity in a
prepress production environment, but is equally suited for remote generation of
highly robust, production-ready PDF files, at advertising and design agencies,
document generators, or facilities management sites. We view the introduction
of Latitude as the first step in what we hope will be a long and enduring partner-
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ship and look forward to exploring other opportunities as we both work to extend
our market reach.”
Presstek: A Smarter Way to Print Presstek adds Presstek Latitude to its robust
portfolio of digital offerings. This includes the highly automated, environmentally friendly Presstek 52DI and 34DI digital offset presses that are ideally suited
for fast turnaround, short-run high-quality color printing. These easy-to-use DI
presses support up to 300 lpi printing and stochastic (FM) screening without incurring additional time or expense. In addition, the DI handles a wide range of
substrates from onion skin to heavy card stock, as well as synthetics. The DI,
available in two format sizes: 52 cm landscape and 34 cm portrait, delivers sellable color within 10 minutes at the lowest cost per sheet at run lengths of 250 to
10,000.
“We also expect our chemistry-free CTP customers to benefit from this alliance,” added Jacobson, “Presstek chemistry-free solutions produce daylightsafe metal plates that deliver more jobs in the same amount of time by automating key steps and by eliminating time-consuming manual prepress procedures.
By combining the automation inherent in Presstek’s digital offset business solutions with the robust capabilities offered by Presstek Latitude, print service
providers will be well-positioned to meet the ever-changing market demands in
this dynamic environment.”
Presstek Latitude now joins Presstek’s workflow offerings for an expanded arsenal of tools that meet a wider range of printing efficiency needs for small to
large-size printing businesses.
About Presstek Presstek, Inc. is the leading manufacturer and marketer of high
tech digital imaging solutions to the graphic arts and laser imaging markets.
Presstek’s patented DI®, CTP and plate products provide a streamlined workflow in a chemistry-free environment, thereby reducing printing cycle time and
lowering production costs. Presstek solutions are designed to make it easier for
printers to cost effectively meet increasing customer demand for high-quality,
shorter print runs and faster turnaround while providing improved profit margins.
Presstek subsidiary, Lasertel, Inc., manufactures semiconductor laser diodes
for Presstek’s and external customers’ applications. For further information visit
www.presstek.com, send an e-mail to [email protected] or call +44 20 8745
8000 (Europe) or +1 603 595 7000 (North America).
DI is a registered trademark of Presstek, Inc.
About EskoArtwork EskoArtwork is a global supplier and integrator of innovative
solutions for packaging, commercial printing and professional publishing. Its
products and services help customers raise productivity, reduce time-to-market,
lower costs and expand business.
EskoArtwork is the worldwide market leader with pre-production and collabo-
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ration software for packaging buyers, designers and manufacturers. Esko CDI
flexo computer-to-plate imagers and Esko Kongsberg short-run converting tables complete the portfolio for the packaging, label, signage and display industries. The company also provides a range of workflow solutions for the commercial printing and publishing market, as well as the Enfocus suite of PDF tools for
graphic designers and print production professionals.
EskoArtwork employs around 1,000 people worldwide. Its global sales and support organization covers Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific and Japan, and is
completed by a network of distribution partners in more than 40 countries.
EskoArtwork is headquartered in Gent, Belgium, and has R&D and manufacturing facilities in 6 European countries and the United States. The consolidated
full year revenue for 2007 amounted to EUR 170 million, with an EBITDA of EUR
30 million.
06/07/2008
EskoArtwork and Sun Chemical announce cooperation
in Packaging Color Strategy
Düsseldorf (Germany), May 29, 2008 − Sun Chemical and EskoArtwork have
today at drupa 2008 unveiled details of a new strategic partnership in color and
workflow to bring further benefits to new and existing customers of these two
world leaders in graphic arts.
The SmartColour™ group at Sun Chemical, which represents the world’s largest
maker of printing inks and pigments via solutions for brand color management,
and EskoArtwork, the global market leader in packaging pre-production solutions, are sharing global expertise to bring tangible benefits in packaging across
graphic arts. Both companies have already been working together for several
months, integrating their solutions with each other and testing the value proposition with selected mutual customers.
The partnership will involve producing color-accurate proofs by integrating access to the Sun Chemical SmartColour database of ink readings inside the EskoArtwork Kaleidoscope color management software. Sun Chemical has worldrenowned expertise in applied color management for brand packaging, whereas
EskoArtwork has market-leading global competency in color managed packaging workflows. The SmartColour database contains over 300,000 printed packaging colors, which can be achieved with inks from almost any supplier. SmartColour will extend the EskoArtwork ‘Color for Everyone’ platform by enabling
the whole packaging development workflow to use real colors printed with real
inks on real substrates. The integrated solution will be rolled out to the market
near the end of this year, but actual proofing samples can be evaluated on both
companies’ drupa 2008 stands (Sun Chemical: Hall 6, Stand B75. EskoArtwork:
Hall 8b, Stand A23).
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The two companies have developed a process which starts when a designer
submits a job to prepress for final print color separations. Knowing the specific
printing process and substrates, he or she can map colors to real ink SmartColour data and accurately preview inside the EskoArtwork editor. Brand managers, prepress operators, designers and converters can all visualize exact
proofs and agree the final results. The prepress operator uses FlexProof to
generate a PDF file for remote proofing and the resulting PDF has embedded
CMYK profiles. Production jobs stored electronically can be referenced to color
data, so a recurring job can be processed quickly.
The partnership will ensure that color management is available for everyone.
Benefits include: -A faster development process for brand owners and solutions
that deliver on exact brand colors. -Improved options for designers in terms
of packaging structure and innovations. -Realistic, reliable and simplified spot
color proofing for prepress operators. -Faster press set-up times for converters
and color matching to proofs, which means a reduced requirement for testing on
the presses. Rudi Lenz, Sun Chemical’s CEO and president, said: “Both Sun
Chemical and EskoArtwork recognize this is a natural fit and strong partnering
opportunity. It will provide our mutual customers with new, innovative solutions
that bring added value, and is part of our commitment to quality, service and
innovation. EskoArtwork has a worldwide reputation for excellence and innovation within color-managed workflows and we are delighted to be sharing our
expertise and working more closely together.”
Carsten Knudsen, president and CEO of EskoArtwork, said: “EskoArtwork is a
recognized leader in the integration of color management throughout the packaging and print production workflow, from design to print and manufacture. Our
partnership with Sun Chemical is a perfect and real illustration of our ‘Connect
More!’ drupa theme. The integration with SmartColour brings an additional dimension to our ‘Color for Everyone’ solutions by including manufacturer-specific
ink-data into the process. Collaboration with an industry leader like Sun Chemical allows us to move jointly to the next level of color management.”
About Sun Chemical and SmartColour™ Sun Chemical, a member of the DIC
group, is the world’s largest producer of printing inks and pigments and a leading provider of materials to packaging, publication, coatings, plastics, cosmetics,
and other industrial markets. With annual sales over $4 billion, Sun Chemical has 12,000 employees supporting customers around the world. The Sun
Chemical Group of companies includes such established names as Coates,
Hartmann, Kohl & Madden, and US Ink. Sun Chemical Corporation is a subsidiary of Sun Chemical Group B.V., the Netherlands, and is headquartered in
Parsippany, New Jersey, U.S.A. For more information, please visit our Web site
at www.sunchemical.com.
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SmartColour is the Sun Chemical business unit focused specifically on brand
color management in packaging applications. SmartColour solutions provide a faster and more efficient means for brand owners to execute packaging color globally. With offices in Yate, UK and Charlotte, NC, SmartColour
currently supports 10 - 20 leading global brands with SmartColour Consulting, SmartColour Standards as well as SmartColour iVue software solutions.
www.smartcolour.com.
About EskoArtwork EskoArtwork is a global supplier and integrator of innovative
solutions for packaging, commercial printing and professional publishing. Its
products and services help customers raise productivity, reduce time-to-market,
lower costs and expand business.
EskoArtwork is the worldwide market leader with pre-production and collaboration software for packaging buyers, designers and manufacturers. Esko CDI
flexo computer-to-plate imagers and Esko Kongsberg short-run converting tables complete the portfolio for the packaging, label, signage and display industries.
The company also provides a range of workflow solutions for the commercial
printing and publishing market, as well as the Enfocus suite of PDF tools for
graphic designers and print production professionals.
EskoArtwork employs around 1,000 people worldwide. Its global sales and support organization covers Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific and Japan, and is
completed by a network of distribution partners in more than 40 countries.
EskoArtwork is headquartered in Gent, Belgium, and has R&D and manufacturing facilities in 6 European countries and the United States. The consolidated
full year revenue for 2007 amounted to EUR 170 million, with an EBITDA of EUR
30 million.
03/29/2008
EskoArtwork introduces Cyrel Digital Imager Advance
Cantilever platesetter for sleeves
Faster set up time for greater productivity: new large format flexo sleeve imager addresses wide web flexible packaging market EskoArtwork, the global
market leader in innovative design, pre-production, collaboration and finishing
solutions for the packaging, commercial printing and sign and display industry,
announces the introduction of the Cyrel Digital Imager (CDI) Advance Cantilever
at drupa 2008. Especially designed for the imaging of large format sleeves as
well as optional large format flexo plate imaging, the CDI Advance Cantilever
is targeted at the flexible packaging market, trade shops and large volume converters. Compared to the former CDI Advance 5080, the new CDI Advance
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exchange of print sleeves is no longer required. While the currently available,
smaller CDI Compact Cantilever addresses the mid web market, the new CDI
Advance Cantilever is built for the wide web flexible packaging market.
The CDI Advantage The CDI Advance Cantilever is the preferred solution for
flexible packaging markets that require the fastest throughput of large format
flexo plates. It comes with a cantilever air cylinder allowing a very fast exchange
of print sleeves without the need of additional handling equipment such as a
crane. Users of CDI Advance platesetters can exchange drums for 50”x80” or
42”x60” plates (1270 mm x 2032 mm or 1067 x 1524 mm), as well as for sleeves
up to a length of 83.1” (2110 mm). The CDI Advance Cantilever can be optionally
equipped with the EasyClamp III vacuum drum sleeve (patent pending), a pneumatic clamping mechanism that further accelerates plate loading, quickly turning
the Cantilever version into a plate imaging device by just sliding the drum-sleeve
onto the cantilever air cylinder, like a carrier sleeve.
The CDI Advance Cantilever also images quickly. It features a maximum speed
of up 8.0 m²/hr thanks to a highly reliable fiber laser with multibeam optics. This
Optics 80 productivity feature offers the same variable resolution imaging and
seamless imaging of sleeves as models with less productive optics. By imaging
a full format 1270 mm x 2032 mm (50” x 80”) plate in 19 minutes (8 sqm/h;
86 sqft/h), the CDI Advance Cantilever matches the fastest plate processing
equipment available in the industry. CDI Advance Users will also appreciate
SuperSkip technology, which moves the imager quickly over areas that don’t
require imaging.
Sleeve technology takes the lead One of the most significant advantages of
the sleeve technology is that it allows flexographers to print continuous images.
Compared to a printing plate, a sleeve is always imaged, processed and washed
in the same position, with highly accurate registration. Because the printing form
is seamless, flexo printing can easily compete with gravure when it comes to
printing flexible packaging. Thanks to sleeve technology, the round, endless
flexo printing form is imaged and processed on the impression carrier to maximize productivity. Digitally imaged sleeves provide consistent printing, both
across the web and between ink stations.
Faster make-ready times improve response times and offer an important advantage over gravure printing. The flexo printer can deliver a package within
a shorter time, at gravure-like quality, and this at a lower overall cost to the
customer. Printers save mounting time, enjoy faster setup and generate significantly less waste. Combining higher quality with increased productivity, flexo
platemaking has moved one step closer to perfection.
“There is a definite global trend toward the use of sleeves,” comments Jan Buchweitz, EskoArtwork CDI product manager. “Converters find that sleeves allow
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them to increase press speed on certain types of substrates. The increased productivity pays for the extra cost of sleeves. And, their customers appreciate the
better quality. With the CDI Cantilever Advance, EskoArtwork is providing an imager that makes the entire process—from imaging, to mounting, to printing—as
easy as possible.”
At drupa 08 the CDI Advance Cantilever will be shown in combination with the
Inline Main UV Exposure unit, which cures sleeves on the fly, making handling
afterwards as easy as possible.
Dupont and Cyrel Fast DuPont will present at drupa 08 the Cyrel FAST Round
solution for processing Cyrel Fast round sleeves. Not only will this system significantly shorten processing time; it will fit seamlessly onto the Advance Cantilever
for production of high volume flexible packaging. The end result is high quality flexo that one could compare favorably with gravure. Today, Cyrel Round
is the only complete digital sleeve production solution, consisting of a family of
‘ready-to-image’ Cyrel printing sleeves, supported by complementary DuPont
equipment for UV Exposure, processing, drying and finishing. The new Cyrel
FAST Round system uses thermal technology and includes a key innovation
called ‘thermal continuous development’, a “smart” processing technique for developing sleeves.
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‘Connect more!’ with EskoArtwork at drupa 2008
Offering innovative and cutting-edge solutions for professionals designing, producing and managing packaging and print
Düsseldorf (Germany) , May 29, 2008 - Production workflows in packaging and
commercial printing are no longer islands of automation but focus on efficiencies
and productivity gains to be obtained from integration: this is EskoArtwork’s core
message at drupa 2008. EskoArtwork has assembled a must-see range of design, production and management products on its drupa booth (Hall 8b, stand
A23) centered on its ’Connect More!’ theme. As market leader of innovative
solutions for packaging, commercial printing and professional publishing, the
company brings more than fifteen new products to market.
Connect More! ”Efficiency makes the difference in today’s packaging and printing business. Companies can only improve operating margins and grow profits
when people and processes work together fast and flawlessly. At drupa, EskoArtwork will not only be connecting people, processes, systems and tools, but
will also prove how crucial this is in today’s competitive business landscape,”
states Carsten Knudsen, EskoArtwork President and CEO.
“EskoArtwork’s ’Connect More!’ vision is the central theme linking its product offerings”, adds EskoArtwork Chief Commercial Officer Guido Van der Schueren,
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“This theme will be explored in different dimensions on the booth, integrating
more closely the various steps within a single workflow. This integration process
requires bringing together product design, packaging structure, graphics decoration and print visualization as well as adding intelligent interfaces between
software and hardware components, some of which may be supplied by third
parties.”
On more than 800 square meters on stand A23 in the new hall 8b, EskoArtwork will present its various offerings organized by zones addressing packaging
design, packaging pre-production, computer aided design, “color for everyone”,
“automation, integration and collaboration”, digital flexo, digital converting, brand
owners, commercial printing and Enfocus products. Two open theaters will host
a continuous stream of brief overview presentations on highlights for each application segment.
Packaging design Visitors to the Packaging Design zone will see demonstrations
of Studio, a new product line that revolutionizes the way packaging designers
create and communicate their designs. Studio integrates Computer Aided Design (CAD) and graphics design for boxes and flexible packaging within Adobe®
Illustrator®. Together with Studio, EskoArtwork is introducing Studio Toolkits, a
new line of structural design tools supplying the packaging shapes for Studio.
With Studio Toolkit for Boxes designers create box shapes that can be decorated
and folded right inside Adobe® Illustrator®. Alternatively, designers can take an
existing technical drawing and fold it into a 3D representation of a box. Studio
Toolkit for Flexibles lets designers create realistic structural models of common
flexible packaging types such as pillow bags, gusseted bags and rectangular
stand-up pouches.
Visualizer, another breakthrough application for dynamic packaging visualization, creates and shares realistic on-screen mock-ups and soft proofs of complex packaging and label designs. It visualizes special finishing effects such as
metallics, foils, varnishes and embossing.
”Brand owners with a lot of brand extensions or product variants, or active in
tightly regulated markets like pharmaceuticals, liquor and tobacco, will see how
designs can incorporate dynamic content, linked to and automatically updated
from secure databases,” comments Guido Van der Schueren.
Packaging pre-production The Packaging Pre-Production zone offers a closeup on expert production tools that are the benchmarks in their markets: ArtPro,
Nexus, DeskPack, PackEdge, Plato and PowerStepper, to name just a few.
”Visitors will see EskoArtwork’s efforts to cross-integrate its various workflow
lines,” adds Van der Schueren. ”The opportunities to create value from crossdepartmental system links and from collaboration between project stakeholders
will be illustrated through live demonstrations.”
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Computer Aided Design The latest features of the world-leading structural design application ArtiosCAD will be on display in the CAD zone, with live demonstrations in coordination with EskoArtwork partners SolidWorks, Japanese distributor NSK (with Pixsys) and Italian distributor BBI.
Color For Everyone The “Color For Everyone” zone will show prepress professionals several solutions for color management, proofing and output, complete
with expert services. They will discover why EskoArtwork is an end-to-end color
powerhouse with color management answers for everyone.
EskoArtwork’s production color management workflow demonstrations will among
others feature new screening technologies like Concentric, Equinox - a solution
for Extended Gamut Printing - and the KaleidoScope color management platform.
Through a range of samples produced in a variety of proofing and printing processes, EskoArtwork will demonstrate its capabilities in the professional color
domain for packaging and printing professionals.
Automation, Integration, Collaboration In this zone, EskoArtwork focuses on online collaboration, remote proofing and approval, JDF integration, and links to
MIS and ERP systems for packaging and commercial printing workflows. The
WebCenter web collaboration platform now offers expanded project management capabilities. Other products featured here include WebWay and the workflow server products BackStage, Nexus and Odystar.
Digital Flexo ”Innovation is the key to this zone, with live demonstrations of
the complete workflow from digital data to a processed and press-ready plate,”
states Van der Schueren. EskoArtwork and its flexo partner DuPont will demonstrate new Cyrel Digital Imager (CDI) solutions for flexo sleeve imaging (CDI
Advance Cantilever) and automated flexo platemaking (CDI Spark 4260 Auto).
EskoArtwork’s Digital Flexo Suite integrates all flexo related devices into a costeffective solution that simplifies flexo plate room operation: from the digital file
to the finished flexo plate, including plate cutting on the Kongsberg table and
mounting on Mylar sleeves.
Digital Converting and Finishing The Digital Converting zone will feature the
world premiere of the new, high-performance Kongsberg XP die-less cutting
tables. These heavy-duty tables are optimized for short-run digital converting
for the packaging and POP markets. The XP extends the Kongsberg range of
tooling for high-performance digital finishing, including static knives, crease tools
and kiss-cutting knives, specially designed for the rigors of digital printing and
finishing for packaging.
The demand for fast and high-precision contour cutting and milling of sign and
display materials has increased fueled by the rapid growth in digital sign and dis-
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play printing. At drupa, EskoArtwork presents the Kongsberg i-XL range, bringing users a fast ROI and accurate cutting across a wide range of rigid and flexible
materials. EskoArtwork will also show SignUp, a graphic layout application tool
that optimizes substrate usage and reduces lead times through intelligent nesting for digital press and finishing machines. It helps to reduce waste of variable
resources, substrates and ink, to an absolute minimum. SignUp is the ideal application for digital sign and display shops as well as large format digital press
owners looking at streamlining production and minimizing material waste.
Commercial Printing This zone will feature an extensive set of software solutions
for the commercial print market. Integration between MIS systems, customers,
pre-press, pressroom and finishing departments will be important themes, as
well as efficiency gains and cost savings. Van der Schueren states: ”Demonstrations will show printers how they can boost the efficiency of their operations
with EskoArtwork Pro and Enterprise workflow solutions, which are based on
Odystar and BackStage PDF workflows respectively.” For last minute corrections, the Neo stand-alone PDF editor integrates seamlessly with the Odystar
workflow. FastImpose is used to impose the print sheet, handling standard,
multi-web and asymmetric layouts, as well as multiple sections with different trim
sizes on the same sheet. Superior screening options like Concentric Screening
are available, combining the smoothness of AM with the advantages of FM for
higher saturation, better quality, an increased level of detail, and substantial ink
savings.
Enfocus Prepress specialists can check out the latest versions of the Enfocus PDF pre-flighting, editing and certification tools-a reliable data connection
between content providers and print professionals was never easier. Visitors
can also see the Switch products (originally from Gradual Software, recently
acquired by EskoArtwork) now integrated within the Enfocus portfolio. Using
the Switch solution makes Enfocus products even more efficient by automating
repetitive tasks and connecting with other key graphic arts applications.
Brand Owners A Brand Owners corner will feature tailored demonstrations and
presentations of specific brand owner and retailer solutions, including packaging
design improvements, latest innovations for color management, and consistency
in the critical area of brand management.
EskoArtwork Theaters In two separate theater areas on its stand, EskoArtwork
will host a series of presentations, from EskoArtwork and Enfocus application
specialists and industry partners. The presentation program is aimed at giving
visitors comprehensive demonstrations and updates on the latest market developments and innovative projects. In short sessions, various themes will be
covered: -Packaging Design and pre-production: this theme will present the
new Studio product line as well as other expert production tools which have become a reference in their markets, such as ArtPro, DeskPack, PackEdge, Plato
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and PowerStepper. -Commercial Printing: this theme will cover the integration
between MIS systems, customers, pre-press, the pressroom and finishing departments.
-Enfocus: this session will cover preflighting, editing and certification tools, providing a reliable data connection between content providers and print professionals. The full program can also be consulted on www.esko.com/drupaand
will be kept up-to-date on a daily basis. “In summary, EskoArtwork offers a
comprehensive range of innovative and cutting-edge solutions for professionals
designing, producing and managing packaging and print workflows”, concludes
Van der Schueren. ”Print buyers, brand owners, publishers, design agencies,
trade shops, printers, converters, or sign makers looking for greater efficiencies,
faster growth, better margins and a more competitive position cannot afford not
to come and see us before making an investment decision.”
About EskoArtwork EskoArtwork is a global supplier and integrator of innovative
solutions for packaging, commercial printing and professional publishing. Its
products and services help customers raise productivity, reduce time-to-market,
lower costs and expand business.
EskoArtwork is the worldwide market leader with pre-production and collaboration software for packaging buyers, designers and manufacturers. Esko CDI
flexo computer-to-plate imagers and Esko Kongsberg short-run converting tables complete the portfolio for the packaging, label, signage and display industries.
The company also provides a range of workflow solutions for the commercial
printing and publishing market, as well as the Enfocus suite of PDF tools for
graphic designers and print production professionals.
EskoArtwork employs around 1,000 people worldwide. Its global sales and support organization covers Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific and Japan, and is
completed by a network of distribution partners in more than 40 countries.
EskoArtwork is headquartered in Gent, Belgium, and has R&D and manufacturing facilities in 6 European countries and the United States. The consolidated
full year revenue for 2007 amounted to EUR 170 million, with an EBITDA of EUR
30 million.
06/07/2008
EskoArtwork brings its ‘Connect More!’ theme to life in
joint demonstrations with industry partners
Real-world projects implemented in cooperation with other leading vendors illustrate how EskoArtwork solutions bring true value to professional print and
packaging workflows
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Düsseldorf (Germany), May 29, 2008 - EskoArtwork (stand 8b/A23) will be
demonstrating the capabilities and customer benefits of its advanced solutions
together with a diverse range of industry partners at drupa (May 29-June 11).
The connection between EskoArtwork hardware and software products and selected partner technologies create more complete solutions and offer a higher
level of systems and process integration in the packaging or printing supply
chain.
Cooperative Packaging Color Strategy with Sun Chemical (06/B75) EskoArtwork
and The SmartColour™ group at Sun Chemical are announcing a partnership
to produce color-accurate proofs by providing access to Sun Chemical’s SmartColour database of ink readings from within EskoArtwork’s KaleidoScope color
management software, thus eliminating the need to fingerprint a press. SmartColour will extend the EskoArtwork ‘Color for Everyone’ platform for brand owners, designers, prepress, and converters by enabling the entire packaging development process to specify real colors printed with real inks on real substrates
via relevant printing methods. Proofing samples can be evaluated during drupa
on both companies’ booths.
Complete end-to-end JDF packaging production workflow solution with Dr.
Lauterbach & Partner, MAN Roland (06/D28) and Bobst (10/A04) EskoArtwork
will present the first fully integrated end-to-end JDF workflow solution for packaging production at drupa 2008, in cooperation with Dr. Lauterbach & Partner
(an SAP Business Partner), MAN Roland, Bobst S.A., Limmatdruck Zeiler AG
and Migros. The solution incorporates and automates all steps of folding carton
production, from initial idea through to product delivery. The project was kicked
off with a 6-pack muesli bar for Swiss retailer Migros. LP Packaging, the SAP
based packaging solution developed by Dr. Lauterbach & Partner, lies at the
heart of the JDF workflow. This application covers all the key logistic and financial processes of the packaging conception and production process. Software
tools from EskoArtwork are used in packaging development, graphic design and
prepress. MAN Roland has developed a JDF-compliant application that uses
product and job information to automatically set up the printing press, optimize
the ink fountains and adjust the printing units. BOBST S.A. has integrated its
folder/gluers into this workflow via the HIGHWAY interface program. The production and productivity data is then sent back to SAP for optimum production
monitoring, report generation and quotation optimization. EskoArtwork has held
the chairmanship of the packaging subcommittee of CIP4 for 6 years now, and
many of the packaging additions to the latest version of the JDF specification
have resulted from the work of the members of this subcommittee. Demonstrations of strong connections to Management Information Systems (MIS) Along
with the abovementioned JDF demonstration, EskoArtwork will be showcasing
MIS initiatives with a large number of other partners, connecting their respective business systems with EskoArtwork’s production software. EskoArtwork
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has assured that its systems are JDF enabled for an easy interface between
systems. At its stand EskoArtwork demonstrates an automated prepress workflow featuring an intelligent JDF connection between BackStage or and Nexus
and LabelXpro, CERM’s MIS system for the label industry. BBI and NSK will
demonstrate their MIS solutions to ArtiosCAD, as will QBF and Out-of-the-Box
with other EskoArtwork software. Prism Adare (07a/C12) will be demonstrating
its MIS integration with BackStage. All demonstrated partner cases are based
on real-life customer projects.
DuPont and EskoArtwork set new standards in digital flexo platemaking with
the new EskoArtwork CDI imagers, imaging large sleeves and providing semiautomatic plate loading and unloading, tied to new DuPont Cyrel Fast Round
processors (08b/B23) EskoArtwork and DuPont have been driving the development of digital flexo for more than 10 years now, and continue to set the standards in flexo quality and productivity for packaging and labels. Together DuPont
and EskoArtwork will launch the latest Cyrel Digital Imagers (CDI) for sleeve
imaging and automated platemaking from digital data to a processed and pressready plate. On the EskoArtwork stand, the CDI Plate Factory will be in action,
featuring a CDI Spark 4260 Auto with fully automated plate loading/unloading
and UV Inline exposing.
Just next to the EskoArtwork booth, DuPont will demonstrate the new CDI Advance Cantilever, dedicated for imaging mid and wide web sleeves- with UV inline exposing- in combination with its new DuPont Cyrel Fast Round processor.
No special tools like cranes are required to exchange print sleeves or change
from sleeve imaging to plate imaging. Also on the DuPont booth, the new CDI
Spark will be presented. Overview of other EskoArtwork partnerships. A number
of other partners will either be demonstrating shared efforts with EskoArtwork on
their own stands or at EskoArtwork’s stand: -Adobe (07 / 7.0 E): The power of
3D graphics for packaging and structural design, featuring Studio , a new product line that revolutionizes the way packaging designers will create and communicate their designs. Studio integrates Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and
graphics design for boxes and flexible packaging in Adobe® Illustrator®. Also
presented are Studio Toolkit for Boxes which either creates a box from scratch
or uses the die-lines to create a real CAD file and Studio Toolkit for Flexibles,
which allows designers to build realistic structural models of common flexible
packaging types . Demonstrated on the Adobe stand is the link between Adobe
applications and EskoArtwork Visualizer to benchmark the effect of paper, varnish, foils emboss effects in a true retail environment as well as the Dynamic
Content plug-in for Adobe® Illustrator® to create a live link between the Brand
Owners’ content management system and the Adobe® tools used by their suppliers.
-CIP4 JDF experience theatre (Hall 7 - J): JDF presentations by EskoArtwork
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executives -Dantex: An EskoArtwork CDI imaging letterpress plates will be live
demonstrated on the Dantex stand. -EFI ( 07 / 7.0 J): Demo of EskoArtwork
FlexProof/E, powered by EFI Bestcolor® technology, driving inkjet proofing devices. -Epson (05/A01): Using EskoArtwork FlexoProof/E for digital printing
and proofing. -ExxonMobil Chemical: EskoArtwork will be demonstrating the
Color Guarantee in proofing for digital label converters. This is the result of
the joint efforts of EskoArtwork and the Films Business of ExxonMobil Chemical. PacVantage samples will be available at the EskoArtwork consulting desk.
-Flexo4all: A strategic alliance founded by 19 different companies promoting
flexographic packaging printing ; guided tour, samples, and Flexo Roadmap at
EskoArtwork stand. -Gallus (03/F17): Sample project operating Esko Digital
Flexo Suite for Labels on narrow web, offset, flexo presses. -Ghent Workgroup
(GWG): EskoArtwork displays its support for the association. -Hell (17/C42):
Demo of gravure printing driven by EskoArtwork front end. -HP Indigo (08a /
B26): HP Indigo label and packaging production is demonstrated with a series
of four dedicated digital front end label and packaging production printing tools
created through collaboration with EskoArtwork. -Pantone Inc., a wholly-owned
subsidiary of X-Rite Incorporated (09/E04): EskoArtwork will be demonstrating
the integration of the PANTONE Goe System™ in the company’s various workflow products for packaging and commercial print. -Presstek (04/A55): Presstek
has signed an OEM agreement and is demonstrating Odystar and Neo. Presstek
now will offer EskoArtwork’s Odystar workflow solution under the Presstek Latitude brand name. Presstek will also reference-sell other EskoArtwork products into its customer base, which will further expand Presstek’s workflow offerings for medium to large-size printing businesses. -Punch Graphix (08a/D25):
Commercial printing workflow using Odystar, Neo and Equinox/Kaleidoscope
for basysPrint. Labels printed with KaleidoScope and FlexRip on Xeikon press
3300. -Sakata INX (04/C11): EskoArtwork software demo and samples produced on stand. -Sefar AG (03/A69): Esko FlexRIP drives the Sefar CTS device for screen printing -SolidWorks: Demo showing how CAD product designs
created with SolidWorks are integrated with 3D packaging designs created with
EskoArtwork solutions. - Xerox (08b / A78): Demonstrating EskoArtwork packaging design and pre-production with ArtiosCAD, DeskPack and Plato driving
the Xerox iGen3 and Esko Kongsberg i-XE10 as an end to end printing finishing
solution for short-run folding carton packaging applications.
“EskoArtwork is a strong supporter of industry standards, which helps us to collaborate with other suppliers to build and deliver value-adding solutions,” comments Carsten Knudsen, President and CEO of EskoArtwork. “Our theme of
‘Connect More!’ is no more evident than here at drupa, where a large number of
companies are relying on EskoArtwork technology to enhance their business or
production solutions. At the same time we are able to deliver complete solutions
to our own customers by working with valued hardware and software partners.
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We believe this benefits the industry by delivering better and more integrated
solutions that make our customers more competitive and profitable.”
4260 Auto, and the Kongsberg XP series for high-performance digital short-run
converting.
About EskoArtwork EskoArtwork is a global supplier and integrator of innovative
solutions for packaging, commercial printing and professional publishing. Its
products and services help customers raise productivity, reduce time-to-market,
lower costs and expand business.
Connect More! – The key to future business growth “The days of computer systems being islands of automation or company departments operating in splendid
isolation are long gone”, states Carsten Knudsen, EskoArtwork President and
CEO. “Successful companies today continuously push the limits of efficiency and
strive to adopt the best operational practices to create value and remain competitive. EskoArtwork’s mission is to help our customers bring together all the
systems, the software and the hardware, people and information assets available to them and effectively connect these into high-performance workflows.
Operator guidance, process automation and supply chain collaboration are the
drivers fueling our innovations.”
EskoArtwork is the worldwide market leader with pre-production and collaboration software for packaging buyers, designers and manufacturers. Esko CDI
flexo computer-to-plate imagers and Esko Kongsberg short-run converting tables complete the portfolio for the packaging, label, signage and display industries.
The company also provides a range of workflow solutions for the commercial
printing and publishing market, as well as the Enfocus suite of PDF tools for
graphic designers and print production professionals.
EskoArtwork employs around 1,000 people worldwide. Its global sales and support organization covers Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific and Japan, and is
completed by a network of distribution partners in more than 40 countries.
EskoArtwork is headquartered in Gent, Belgium, and has R&D and manufacturing facilities in 6 European countries and the United States. The consolidated
full year revenue for 2007 amounted to EUR 170 million, with an EBITDA of EUR
30 million.
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EskoArtwork at drupa 2008: Connect More!
A showcase of innovative integrated solutions for companies that Design, Produce and Manage packaging and print EskoArtwork, the global market leader in
innovative design, pre-production and collaboration solutions for the packaging
and commercial printing industries, is gearing up for a prominent presence at
drupa 2008.
Spread across over 800 square meters on stand A23 in the new hall 8b, EskoArtwork will present a comprehensive overview of its integrated software and
hardware solutions and associated services for today and tomorrow, organized
along themes that reflect the different customer communities and industry segments the company serves.
Software product highlights include the new Studio and Studio Toolkits for
Boxes and for Flexibles, production color management workflow featuring a.o.
Equinox, and a series of key product upgrades incorporating the results of EskoArtwork’s efforts to cross-integrate its various workflow lines. On the equipment side, there is the CDI Advance Cantilever for sleeve imaging, the CDI Spark
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EskoArtwork’s “Connect More!” vision is expressed in different ways and dimensions. It starts with integrating more closely the various steps within a single
workflow and linking these to adjacent processes in the value chain, to save
time and eliminate errors. It is about bringing together product design, packaging structure, graphics decoration and print visualization to boost creativity
and packaging brand impact while reducing design and approval overhead. It
includes intelligent interfaces between software and hardware components to
make operations more reliable, repeatable and measurable.
It acknowledges the need to consider legacy data and systems from various
suppliers to maximize the return on past investments. It involves bridging jobs
and processes between traditional printing and converting methods and the digital technologies of the future to ensure continuity and a smooth migration path.
Finally it covers improving in-house communication between departments to
connect the pressroom with sales and accounting, as well as promoting collaboration between brand owner or print buyer, designer, printer/converter and
even logistics parties to guarantee transparent processes and final results that
meet customers’ expectations.
“EskoArtwork has always attached a high value to connectivity when developing its systems and products”, concludes Knudsen. “Being a strong driver and
supporter of open industry standards, we also have engaged in a multitude of
industry partnerships to complement our solutions with components and expertise from other best-in-class companies. Needless to say that this vision of connectivity – whether looked at from a systems technology, global operations or
end-to-end supply chain perspective – is a reflection of what our thousands of
packaging and printing customers value most in maintaining an ongoing relationship with our company”.
Design, Produce, Manage – all from one source EskoArtwork brings to market integrated solutions for all three of the design, production and management
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areas of the packaging and printing supply chain. Additionally it provides communication and integration across these functions as well as with upstream (e.g
CRM and order entry) and downstream (e.g. ERP and palletization) activities.
That makes EskoArtwork a unique source of innovative and value-adding business drivers not only for tradeshops, printers and converters but also for brand
owners, retailers, creative agencies and many other players in the industry.
On the Design side, EskoArtwork innovates with new capabilities for packaging
designers, brand owners and retailers to facilitate the collaboration process beginning from the early creation and ideation phase. Such an approach assures
a smooth and efficient production flow from design through pre-press, printing,
converting and up to the shop shelves.
A highlight at drupa 2008 will be the introduction of the new Studio product line
for the integrated 2D/3D, CAD/graphics design of packaging, with the ground
breaking Studio Toolkit for Flexibles extending such capabilities to the world of
pillow bags, gusseted bags and rectangular stand-up pouches.
Brand owners with a lot of product variants or active in tightly regulated markets – such as pharmaceuticals, liquor and tobacco – will see how designs can
incorporate dynamic content, linked to and automatically updated from secure
databases.
The Enfocus PDF preflighting, editing and certification tools, now complemented
by the SWITCH desktop and workgroup automation products, provide a reliable
data connection between content providers and print professionals.
Covering the Produce angle, EskoArtwork’s expert production tools and knowhow are widely recognized, as illustrated by the many product brands that are
the references in their markets: ArtPro, ArtiosCAD, BackStage, Nexus, PitStop
… to name a few.
At drupa 2008 EskoArtwork will demonstrate its significant progress with the integration between products from the former Esko and Artwork Systems portfolios.
Customers now have more choices than ever to select individual system components and connect these into the packaging or commercial printing workflows
that best fit their work requirements.
Together with its flexo partner DuPont, EskoArtwork will launch the newest Cyrel
Digital Imager (CDI) solutions for flexo sleeve imaging and automated flexo
platemaking – from digital data to a processed and press-ready plate.
With respect to digital printing for labels and packaging, EskoArtwork brings field
proven solutions for accurate color matching from proof to press – unique in
its ability to manage multi-color process printing applications across traditional
and digital technologies – as well as industry strength variable data capabilities.
EskoArtwork is also the OEM supplier of the digital front end systems for HP
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Indigo’s ws4x00 and future ws6000 industrial digital presses.
Last but not least, a new line of high-performance Kongsberg XP tables specifically targeted at short-run digital converting will see its world première. SignUp,
a powerful but easy-to-use layout program for digital sign and display applications, will make the i-XE and i-XL tables even more productive and cost efficient.
Finally, the Manage theme groups a number of developments and realizations
with respect to on-line collaboration, remote proofing and approval, JDF integration, links to MIS and ERP systems… all examples of logical next steps for any
brand owner, converter or printer that needs to optimize productivity, eliminating
errors and streamline processes.
Besides its state-of-the-art products, EskoArtwork also makes available to its
customers a team of professional consultants and systems integration experts
that can analyze, specify, implement, train, launch and support such systems
including custom solutions. Featured at drupa 2008 will be a live demonstration of a real-life integration case, in which EskoArtwork worked together with a
printing press vendor, a finishing equipment supplier and an SAP integrator to
build a full business system for a packaging converter. Furthermore, the next
generation of EskoArtwork’s WebCenter web collaboration platform, now with
expanded project management capabilities, will be presented.
One critical aspect connecting EskoArtwork’s Design, Produce and Manage concept is color management. Through its extensive range of technologies and professional services, grouped under the ”Color Management for Everyone” banner, EskoArtwork deeply embeds color matching and quality assurance into the
entire supply chain, connecting the brand owner or publisher, the designer, the
pre-press shop, and the printer or converter within a single integrated color management workflow. This pragmatic, production strength approach to color management has been recognized through industry partnerships with HP Indigo,
ExxonMobil and others.
“EskoArtwork is truly unique in the industry in connecting the creative, manufacturing and business spheres into one automated and collaborative environment”, summarizes Guido Van der Schueren, Chief Commercial Officer. “No
print buyer, brand owner, publisher, design agency, trade shop, printer, converter, sign maker… looking for greater efficiencies, faster growth, better margins and a more competitive position can afford not to come and see us before
making an investment decision. EskoArtwork has the proven track record as
well as the vision and innovations to build a successful future together with our
customers.”
Further stand and visitor’s information The originally planned stand – with a surface of 510 square meters – has been extended with a 300 square meter upper
floor to accommodate the full solutions portfolio of the EskoArtwork group, in-
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cluding products from Enfocus and recently acquired Gradual Software. The
stand design and construction is handled by Dutch international exhibition specialist Hoynck, a reliable partner for EskoArtwork since 2002.
Illustrating its Connect More! vision, EskoArtwork allocates a central position
to its many integrated design and production workflow solutions and supporting professional and consulting services. In addition, the value creation opportunities from cross-departmental system links and intercompany collaboration
spaces will be highlighted through real-life examples. A comprehensive display
of EskoArtwork’s most recent innovations in digital flexo platemaking and digital
short-run converting completes the illustration of EskoArtwork’s strategic focus
areas and directions.
EskoArtwork’s digital flexo solutions will be presented together with DuPont
Cyrel, who occupies the adjacent stand location. Visitors to drupa 2008 can prepare in advance to make the most of their passage by the EskoArtwork stand. A
dedicated www.esko.com/drupa section on the company’s website gives visitors
all the latest information on EskoArtwork’s presence at drupa 2008, and allows
them to register for short individual demo sessions or one-to-one meetings. A
team of 50 product and application experts and 100 sales representatives from
across the world will be present to make sure that prospects and customers are
welcomed efficiently.
In two theatre areas on its stand, EskoArtwork will host a series of experts from
within the company and from various industry partners. The presentations program is aimed at giving visitors comprehensive demonstrations and updates on
the latest developments and interesting new projects. The full program can also
be consulted on www.esko.com/drupa and will be kept up to date on a daily
basis.
EskoArtwork’s drupa partner program lists joint activities with over 50 other companies and organizations throughout the industry also present at drupa – another
way to Connect More! Partners include Adobe, Bobst, DuPont, EFI, Gallus,
HP, MAN Roland, Xerox and many others. A complete list will be available on
www.esko.com/drupa.
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Product Overview
EskoArtwork
01.1065
Image and word processing systems
01.1070
Image processing software
01.1075
Image viewing devices
01.1080
CAD/CAM systems
01.1090
CIP 4 applications
01.1095
Colour management, calibration and control systems
01.1115
Computer-to-Flexographic Sleeve
01.1170
Colour matching systems
01.1260
JDF-applications
01.1370
Raster image processors RIPs
01.1385
Retouching systems
01.1415
Page make-up and layout systems
01.1420
Software, 3D-Design
01.1425
Software, Variable Data Printing
01.1440
Software, Graphics design
01.1465
Workflow systems
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Combination creasing, scoring, slitting and cross
cutting machines
04.1770
Corrugated board converting machines
06.1005
Training and further education
06.1010
Consulting
02.1740
Rotary die cutting machines
02.1865
Gravure presses, web-fed
04.1355
Adhesive applicating machines and devices
Product Details
04.1355
1490-H Nobel
Boucherville J4B 5H3
Canada
Phone
+1-4506417900
Fax
+1-4506417911
Internet address
http://www.eticonverting.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Adhesive applicating machines and devices
Cohesio, Labeline
ETI Converting Equipment
Address
ETI Converting Equipment
With a simple equipment lauched in 2000, ETI Converting Equipmnet has revolutionized the label market
by giving the possibility to label printers to manufacture
their own pressure-sensitive labelstock.
Our Cohesio line is the first available system for inhouse self-adhesive manufacturing for label printers. The high clarity of silicon
and adhesive coating that is reached by the unique ETI adhesive application system and satisfies the most demanding label application such as no-label look.
Eurocutter MZE Maschinenbau GmbH & Co.
KG
Address
Siemensstraße 21
65779 Kelkheim/Taunus
Germany
Phone
+49-6195994210
Fax
+49-61959942-40
Internet address
http://www.eurocutter.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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ETI Converting Equipment
02.1295
Label manufacturing machines
02.1300
Label printing machines
02.1410
Flexographic presses, webfed - narrow
02.1595
Offset presses, web-fed
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Eurocutter MZE Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG
EUROCUTTER SP Line and ETURN – Premiere At
DRUPA 2008
With the advancement of the guillotines, EUROCUTTER sets new standards in
view of the cutting process. At drupa, the new EUROCUTTER SP guillotine series will be shown for the first time. The fact that the EUROCUTTER guillotines
have a standard equipment that needs no extras, was already well known. Every
little counts to make live easier. Therefore even the pouches, drawers and cuttings stick ejectors are standard equipment. The last-mentioned speeds up the
entire knife changing procedure and shortens the idle time. The EUROCUTTER
SP guillotine also sets new standards with the high production depth and the integration of important and established components of world-wide well-known
leaders in technology. Again, the new SP series stands for sturdy, long-lived
and efficient due to the compact and buckling resistant machine frame and the
use of precision parts for the back gauge positioning, the knife speed and the
guidance. The machine table as well as the side tables are made of cast and are
chromium plated in series. High production heights, fast back gauge speed and
the easy and fast knife change guarantee efficiency and economy. Due to the
mutual linear back gauge guidance and the precision ball screws for the back
gauge positioning, the guillotine reaches a high cutting precision. The EUROCUTTER guillotines are now also available with Touch Screen Monitor. In total
there are 3 control versions (for 780 and 920) respectively 5 control versions
for cutting widths from 780, 920, 1150, 1370, 1550 and 1760 mm. At drupa,
the company which is located in Kelkheim/Taunus displays on about 125 m2
booth area the EUROCUTTER 1370 TS Monitor, which is integrated in a cutting
line together with the brand new allround-lift SHH-PE, the new hydraulic jogger
BRPA and the unloader RSA. All this is completed by the new SP series with
2 single machines – the EUROUTTER 780 Display SP and the EUROCUTTER
920 Monitor SP.
In 2004 already, the at that time introduced SHH-Stacklift-Series had its triumphal procession. The flexibility of this machine refers to the battery-operated
mobility of the pallet-loading usable regardless of the area. The stacklift SHHPE can be used as hand pallet truck as well as lift with photo cell for automatic
height adjustment. The size of the platform can be variable chosen because the
supports are adjustable in length. The exchange of the forks is also possible.
The hydraulic jogger BRPA-HY is the advancement in the long tradition of the
hydraulic joggers from MZE. The infinitely variable gradient of the table enables
the user to even change the gradient after having started the jogging and therefore individually affect the jogging output. The programming of the machine
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parameters, table gradient, jogging frequency, turning direction of the jogging
motor, air-connection and –disconnection, extrude speed and the amount of the
extrude procedures are storable on 10 memory cells. Also the unloader has
been revised partial. The machine displayed at drupa has the function of shifted
unloading.
The manual stacklift ETURN is already said to be one of the drupa highlights.
The ETURN looks like a metallic banana. But the efficiency is unbelievable.
The turning of the paper before the second print is a complex procedure. This
time-intensive and strenuous procedure has usually two risks: damage to the
personnel and to the material. Thanks to the new ETURN, these risks do no
longer exist.
Within 30 seconds, the pallets can easily be turned. The ETURN uses its leverage and the gravity at the same time. Even pallets with a paperweight of up
to appr. 550 kg can be handled easily by men and women. Here are the advantages: Increased speed means increased productivity. Whereas you need
15-30 minutes for turning of the staple by hand, the ETURN needs 30 seconds.
From strenuous to easy work. No increased effort, no stupid work. The ETURN
is the easiest solution for a general problem. And although the ETURN can turn
up to 550 kg, it only requires the space compared to a step-ladder. The purchase
price redeems very fast, already after a few weeks, provided the fact of constant
printing duties which need to be turned. The ETURN works without hydraulic,
electricity or any other actuation, therefore no follow-up costs occur.
Product Overview
Eurocutter MZE Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG
02.1420
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
02.1755
Jogging tables
03.1055
Loading and unloading devices for guillotines and
guillotine systems
03.1575
Jogging tables
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
04.1635
Guillotines and guillotine systems
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Product Overview
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Europrogetti Srl
Guillotines and guillotine systems
EUROCUTTER AD High Speed Guillotine
04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1610
Box lining and covering machines
Product Details
EUROCUTTER SP High Speed Guillotione
04.1330
Europrogetti Srl
Laminating machines
AC1060
ETACE
Europrogetti Srl
Address
Via delle Prata, 167/A
53048 Sinalunga (SI)
Italy
Phone
+39-0577631115
04.1610
Box lining and covering machines
EP170L
Fax
+39-0577631148
Internet address
http://www.epsrl.it
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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05/21/2008
EP170L/15
Europrogetti Srl
News
http://www.europrogetti-news.it
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EZturner
02.1835
Pile turners
03.1665
Pile turners
04.1690
Pile turners
EZturner
Ferrarini & Benelli srl
Address
1771 Junction Avenue
San Jose, CA 95112
USA
Address
Via del Commercio 22
26014 Romanengo/CR
Italy
Phone
+39-0373729272
Fax
+39-0373270131
Internet address
http://www.ferben.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, B56 (Page 962)
Phone
Fax
+1-408436-7651
Internet address
http://www.ezturner.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 15, B04-18 (Page 972)
Company News
05/21/2008
EZturner
Company News
Revolutionary invention: Fastest pile turner in the
world!
03/25/2008
A revolutionary invention in pile turning, sure to be a hit at this year’s DRUPA.
Increases production and eliminates employee fatigue. Turns piles up to 1200
lbs in less than 30 seconds. Very easy to use and economical, no motors, practically maintenance free.
Meet the inventor and president of EZtuner at their booth in Hall 15.
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Ferrarini & Benelli srl
FERRARINI & BENELLI Your specialist in Corona
Treatment
Ferrarini & Benelli will not miss the next appointment at the DRUPA exhibition
for proposing the ultimate news in the corona treatment applications. The focus
of the converting technology for the future is flexibility and therefore corona treatment systems that can suit multiple applications. For treating all types of plastic,
paper and metallized materials, Ferrarini & Benelli proposes new models for the
ceramic-technology POLIMETAL series. The combination of ceramic electrodes
and ceramic roller permits to treat all kind of materials. The modularity and the
different number of electrodes that can be proposed, permit to propose the best
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model that can fit all production requirements and speed (up to 600 m/min).
All models of the POLIMETAL series can be completed with special optional
items, as: motorization of the discharge roll with an integrate inverter; nip roller
to avoid the backside treatment; airflow detector for the ozone suction control;
pressurization for application in explosion proof environment.
At Ferrarini & Benelli’s stand (12 B 56) will be exhibited a corona treating station
POLIMETAL series, model 2G4 ceramic technology, as well as other products
(banana and elastic cords spreaders rollers). The stand will be realized in collaboration with AIRMAT Gmbh, which is Ferrarini & Benelli’s agent in Germany.
Product Overview
Ferrarini & Benelli srl
Fife-Tidland GmbH
Address
Fifestr. 1
65779 Kelkheim
Germany
Phone
+49-6195-7002-0
Fax
+49-61957002-933
Internet address
http://www.maxcess.eu
04.1080
Coating machines and devices
E-Mail
[email protected]
02.1080
Coating machines and devices
Stand
Hall 15, B38 (Page 972)
02.1583
Surface treatment systems
04.1443
Surface treatment systems
Product Details
04.1443
Company News
03/03/2008
Fife-Tidland GmbH
FIFE EXPANDS RANGE OF SENSORS FOR
DEMANDING, HIGH CHANGEOVER APPLICATIONS
Ferrarini & Benelli srl
New sensing technologies increase accuracy and efficiency for converters who
need to run multiple webs and a variety of materials.
Surface treatment systems
Kelkheim, Germany – Fife, the worldwide leader of web guiding systems, releases another first in sensor technology for web guiding with the SE-45 TruWide
sensor; giving converters the ability to run multiple webs and a variety of materials without time-consuming setup changes or sensor repositioning. The Fife
SE-45 TruWide will be on display in Hall 15/B38 at DRUPA 2008.
Corona Generator
IGBT technology high frequency generator to operate with Ferrarini&Benelli’s corona treating stations. It is a high efficiency
and greatly reliable generator, cost effective and capable of
limiting current absorption. The control system is completely
digital. Customized and ideal treatments are ensured thanks
to the interactive software it is fitted with. A wide range of powers is available whereas the maximum operating frequency is
30 kHz. User-friendly symbology and multilingual communication display assure clear and simple operability.
The SE-45 TruWide sensor complements an existing family of sensors for
varying web widths, while using new technology to improve accuracy, reduce
changeover time and simplify maintenance. Ultrasonic sensing ‘nodes’ are active at all times throughout the entire width of the sensing area, eliminating the
need to reposition the sensor between runs and optimizing web alignment in
applications with high instances of web width variations.
Many of our customers must maintain web alignment on multiple, changing web
widths at the highest levels of accuracy, and Fife has built a family of products
to choose from. The SE-45 TruWide utilizes the latest technology to maintain
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alignment, measure web width, and improve efficiency.
Carbon Fiber Shafts.
Fife’s complete family of sensors and positioners to accommodate a variety of
materials and variations in web width started over 40 years ago with the first sensor to span the whole width of the web, the SE-4000. In the 1990’s, the analog
DAC-003 sensor simplified routine maintenance, and in 2002, the digital DAC004 Diode Array Camera added web width measurement. Coupled with a full
line of sensor positioners, Fife wide-band sensors are a simple way to increase
accuracy in web alignment. The newest addition to the family, SE-45 TruWide
uses the latest technology to improve accuracy, simplify maintenance, provide
web width measurement and reduce cost. To learn more about the TruWide
Sensor, visit www.fife.eu.
Kelkheim —Tidland, a worldwide leader in winding and slitting products, will introduce the Ultrashaft XPRO10 in Hall 15/B38 at DRUPA 2008. This tough,
lightweight carbon fiber shaft eliminates safety risks commonly associated with
sleeved or unsleeved shaft models.
03/03/2008
MAGPOWR INTRODUCES SMART BRAKE
Pneumatic brake indicates status to simplify maintenance and eliminate surprises.
Kelkheim, Germany - MAGPOWR, a leader in the design and engineering of
tension control products for the web handling industry, will display the Smart
Brake, a pneumatic brake that has been re-designed to improve efficiency and
eliminate surprises on the unwind, in Hall 15/B38 at DRUPA 2008.
Smart Brake indicates common problems before it is too late, helping operators
avoid disasters. Pad wear indicators call attention to brake pads only when they
need to be changed, eliminating the common practice of changing all brake pads
at regular intervals, regardless of wear. Heat detection features identify signs of
overheating, and automatically activate fans to dissipate heat, without operator
intervention.
Redesigned brake components enhance operator safety and simplify maintenance. The guard design helps to circulate and dissipate heat, while allowing
easy access to brake pads, where change-outs can be made without tools.
MAGPOWR introduced Magnetic Particle clutches and brakes to the web converting industry in 1967. Today, along with Fife (guiding and inspection) and
Tidland (slitting and winding), they are part of the Maxcess International family
of companies that represent technology leadership and innovation to converters,
packaging facilities, paper mills, and all applications in between.
To learn more about the Smart Brake, visit www.magpowr.eu
03/03/2008
TIDLAND IMPROVES LINE OF ERGONOMIC SHAFTS
New XPRO10 coated shaft improves safety, expands selection of UltrashaftTM
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XPRO10 represents a significant improvement in how carbon fiber technology
is applied to converting applications. Unlike rigid sleeves that can crack under
high load cycles, this proprietary coating flexes with the shaft, while protecting
the carbon fiber tube from core wear, cutting tools, and wear from normal shaft
and roll handling.
Our customers continue to respond to the ergonomic and safety risks in their operations and want solutions without compromising function. XPRO10 reduces
safety concerns, improves operator confidence in their tools and coupled with
our expanded offering, providing them with more specific and cost-effective ergonomic solutions.
Tidland is the industry leader in slitting and winding equipment for the web processing industry. Established in 1951 with the invention of the air shaft, Tidland
has demonstrated over 50 years of continuous improvement while delivering
consistent new product designs to the market. As a company of Maxcess International, Tidland, Fife (guiding and inspection equipment) and MAGPOWR
(tension controls) are able to apply over 160 years combined industry experience and a large application base to provide a unique perspective of the entire
process line.
For more information about the Ultrashaft with XPRO10, visit www.tidland.eu.
03/03/2008
TIDLAND UNVEILS FULL ELECTRONIC KNIFEHOLDER
The industry’s first all-electronic knifeholder increases accuracy and consistency by eliminating guesswork.
Kelkheim – Tidland, a leader in the design and engineering of slitting and winding products for the web handling industry, will display the industry’s first allelectronic knifeholder, eliminating guesswork in knifeholder setup and increasing blade life, slitting accuracy and efficiency in Hall 15/B38 at DRUPA 2008.
The e-Knifeholder can self-calibrate to optimize critical blade geometry during
setup, blade overlap and side-force. By ensuring the proper adjustments during
setup, blade wear is reduced and changes are required less often, translating to
less downtime and reduced operating costs. Consistent slit quality is ensured
as side-force and blade overlap are maintained through multiple shifts, making
blade life easy to track and reducing the time and frequency of maintenance.
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Settings are entered via an easy-to-use interface, providing remote control of the
knifeholders to reduce hands-on time during the setup and run process. The eKnifeholder also reduces the amount of training needed for an operator to be
able to setup knives properly and empowers the operator to eliminate inconsistencies in set-up across multiple knifeholders.
Tidland is the industry leader in slitting and winding equipment for the web processing industry. Established in 1951 with the invention of the air shaft, Tidland
has demonstrated over 50 years of continuous improvement while delivering
consistent new product designs to the market. As a company of Maxcess International, Tidland, Fife (guiding and inspection equipment) and MAGPOWR
(tension controls) are able to apply over 160 years combined industry experience and a large application base to provide a unique perspective of the entire
process line.
To learn more about the e-Knifeholder, visit www.tidland.eu.
Product Overview
03.1415
Slitting and cross cutting machines
03.1540
Control and drive systems
03.1700
Shafts
03.1705
Winding shafts
04.1370
Circular knives
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
04.1550
Control and drive systems
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
04.1655
Expanding shafts and couplings
04.1760
Shafts
04.1775
Winders
04.1780
Winding shafts
Fife-Tidland GmbH
01.1460
Video systems
02.1055
Web inspection systems
02.1060
Web guides
02.1510
Circular knives
02.1540
Slitting and cross cutting machines
02.1680
Control and drive systems
02.1920
Shafts
02.1935
Winders
02.1940
Winding shafts
03.1405
Circular knives
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Circular knives
Edge Trim-Self Contained Shear Slitting System Exact edge trim system can be
used with a single or double edge blade. Optional edge trim automatic adjustments and touch screen monitor
Hitchiker-Mechanically Linked Slitting System Mechanically linked slitting system for Mill-Duty performance and durability
Tidland Knifeholders, Knives and Complete Slitting Systems
e-Knifeholder A fully automatic slitter for all general converting
applications.
MSP-E Modular Slitter Positioning Advanced slitting solution that delivers greater
accuracy, quicker setups and unmatched slit edge quality for any converting operation. Includes basic, semi-automatic and automatic upgrades
Easy Glider - Knifeholder Positioning Reduce setup time and
increase your ability to compete on shorter runs. Available on
new Performance Series knifeholders.
Micro Adjust Slitting System Make finite adjustments of knifeholder position while
the press is running
Performance Series Crush Knifeholder These versatile knifeholders allow you to use an air regulator that allows the operator to control how
much pressure the upper knife has when it engages.
C Series Knifeholders and Performance Series Knifeholders Faster set-ups, increased productivity, unrivaled finished roll quality. Available in three sizes to
accommodate a wide range of slitting materials & web speed, for shear, crush
and razor slitting. Used in most applications from very light converting to mill
duty finishing operations.
Class I Series Knifeholder The smallest and slimmest, down to 25 mm minimum
slit width, the Class I is used for light converting applications, flexible packaging
and film
Class II Series Knifeholder With a 50.8 mm minimum slit width, the Class II is
used with papers, coated papers, foils, fine printing papers, chrome-coated, poly
coated, light paperboard, Nonwovens, all film applications, etc.
Class III Series Knifeholder Heavy-duty and the largest of the Performance Series knifeholders, the Class III is used in converting and mill finishing operations,
typically in high speed winding, with materials such as coated and non-coated
papers and boards, tissues, newsprint, kraft papers, chipboard, roofing felt, floor
covering, etc.
DMS-Digital Measurement System Slitting system for quick and accurate manual knife positioning with digital display
Precision Lock - Crush (Score) Slitter Knifeholder
Suitable for typical crush (score) slitting of flexible web materials with quick clamp
knifeholders for easy installations, adjustments and maintenance. Durable and
affordable
Slitter Shafts hold bottom knife rings in the slitting section firmly in place, while
allowing for easy and precise repositioning of the rings.
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Slitter Safety
Blade Guard Low-cost blade guard to minimize the risk of operator injury while
upper and lower knives are engaged. Each blade guard attaches directly to the
existing knifeholder
Bench Fixture Free up operator’s hands while changing blades away from the
machine
Safety Gloves Special safety gloves for operators to use while working with Tidland knifeholders and slitting systems
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
Tidland Knifeholders, Knives, Complete Slitting Systems
e-Knifeholder A fully automatic slitter for all general converting
applications.
Easy Glider - Knifeholder Positioning Reduce setup time and
increase your ability to compete on shorter runs. Available on
new Performance Series knifeholders.
Performance Series Crush Knifeholder These versatile knifeholders allow you to use an air regulator that allows the operator to control how much pressure the upper knife has when it engages.
C Series Knifeholders and Performance Series Knifeholders Faster set-ups, increased productivity, unrivaled finished roll quality. Available in three sizes to
accommodate a wide range of slitting materials & web speed, for shear, crush
and razor slitting. Used in most applications from very light converting to mill
duty finishing operations.
Class I Series Knifeholder The smallest and slimmest, down to 25 mm minimum
slit width, the Class I is used for light converting applications, flexible packaging
and film
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Tidland e-Knifeholder
Class II Series Knifeholder With a 50.8 mm minimum slit width, the Class II is
used with papers, coated papers, foils, fine printing papers, chrome-coated, poly
coated, light paperboard, Nonwovens, all film applications, etc.
Class III Series Knifeholder Heavy-duty and the largest of the Performance Series knifeholders, the Class III is used in converting and mill finishing operations,
typically in high speed winding, with materials such as coated and non-coated
papers and boards, tissues, newsprint, kraft papers, chipboard, roofing felt, floor
covering, etc.
DMS-Digital Measurement System Slitting system for quick and accurate manual knife positioning with digital display
Precision Lock - Crush (Score) Slitter Knifeholder
Suitable for typical crush (score) slitting of flexible web materials with quick clamp
knifeholders for easy installations, adjustments and maintenance. Durable and
affordable
Slitter Shafts hold bottom knife rings in the slitting section firmly in place, while
allowing for easy and precise repositioning of the rings.
Edge Trim-Self Contained Shear Slitting System Exact edge trim system can be
used with a single or double edge blade. Optional edge trim automatic adjustments and touch screen monitor
Hitchiker-Mechanically Linked Slitting System Mechanically linked slitting system for Mill-Duty performance and durability
MSP-E Modular Slitter Positioning Advanced slitting solution that delivers greater
accuracy, quicker setups and unmatched slit edge quality for any converting operation. Includes basic, semi-automatic and automatic upgrades
Micro Adjust Slitting System Make finite adjustments of knifeholder position while
the press is running
The e-Knifeholder can self-calibrate to optimize critical blade geometry during setup, blade overlap and side-force. By ensuring
the proper adjustments during setup, blade wear is reduced and
changes are required less often, translating to less downtime and
reduced operating costs. Consistent slit quality is ensured as sideforce and blade overlap are maintained through multiple shifts, making blade life easy to track and reducing the time and frequency of
maintenance.
Settings are entered via an easy-to-use interface, providing remote
control of the knifeholders to reduce hands-on time during the setup and run
process. The e-Knifeholder also reduces the amount of training needed for an
operator to be able to setup knives properly and empowers the operator to eliminate inconsistencies in set-up across multiple knifeholders.
04.1550
Control and drive systems
MAGPOWR Tension Control Systems, Brakes, Load
Cells
LOAD CELLS
LC500G The LC-500G, is a 500 gram load cell. With a full wheat-stone bridge
strain gage configuration
TS Series Load cells used to measure tension in any web process. Multiple
mounting and coupling options available.
CL Series Designed to support cantilevered idler rolls, accurately measuring
tension in a narrow moving web
GTS Series Load cells for under pillow block applications
TSU Series Heavy duty under pillow block load cells for high tension applications
Slitter Safety
Blade Guard Low-cost blade guard to minimize the risk of operator injury while
upper and lower knives are engaged. Each blade guard attaches directly to the
existing knifeholder
Bench Fixture Free up operator’s hands while changing blades away from the
machine
Safety Gloves Special safety gloves for operators to use while working with Tidland knifeholders and slitting systems
AMPLIFIERS
TSA DIN rail mounted, CE compliant load cell amplifier
TSA / LCA Load Cell Amplifier The new TSA and LCA load cell amplifiers provide
superior drift and linearity performance for maximum accuracy when measuring
the tension of a moving web, wire, or strand.
TR-5 Load cell amplifier with analog tension readout
DTR Load cell amplifier with digital tension readout
IS-2 Provides an intrinsically safe barrier for hazardous location load cell applications
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pendable torque—without the need of an external power source.
IPT-E Converts an electrical signal to air pressure
DFP & DFP2 Dancer / Follower Arm Position Sensor The compact DFP-2 is the
perfect for use in use in dancer control applications
PERMA-TORK® Brakes Perma-Tork brakes are capable of producing dependable torque—without the need of an external power source.
VERSATEC™ One product offers control for Unwind and Rewind Ultrasonic,
Dancer, Free Loop or Ranger Applications
Smart Brake New pneumatic brake with Smart technology that provides predictive and toolless maintenance.tive and toolless maintenance.ith Smart technology that provides predictive and toolless maintenance.tive and toolless maintenance.gy that provides predictive and toolless maintenance.tive and toolless
maintenance.ith Smart technology that provides predictive and toolless maintenance.tive and toolless maintenance.
Spyder Cost-effective, powerful tension control of brakes and clutches, or interface directly with a drive.
Fife Web Guiding Systems
DFC-90 & DFC-A DIN Rail Mounted Dancer or Follower Arm tension controls
Web Guiding
FAD Board Level, Dancer or Follower Arm tension control with 90 VDC Current
Regulated Output to control any MAGPOWR magnetic particle clutch or brake
Where will you install a web guide on your process
line? Depending on where you need the accuracy
determines whether you implement unwind, intermediate steering, intermediate displacement or rewind web
guiding.
TENSION CONTROLLERS Cygnus® Compact yet powerful, the Cygnus® is
a dramatically different tension control with advanced features that are easy to
use.
PS-24/PS-90 Current Regulated Power Supply DIN Rail Mounted, 90 VDC Current Regulated Power Supply controls to power magnetic particle clutches and
brakes
PA-90 & PA-2 Amplifiers designed to mount inside the Digitrac 2, EZ-Trac and
Versatec tension controls to power magnetic particle clutches and brakes
DTM-Digital Tension Meter A compact, affordable way to display tension values
provided by MAGPOWR tension controls and amplifiers. Cable Connectors and
Tension Meters
CLUTCHES
Global Series Low profile, shaft mounted magnet particle clutches ”C” Series
Foot mounted magnet particle clutch.
SOFSTEP® Clutches Sofstep magnet particle clutches provide smooth controllable torque for power transmission and tension applications.
MAGNET PARTICLE BRAKES
Global Series Compact, shaft mounted, magnet particle brakes Foot Mounted
Foot mounted brakes converted from MAGPOWR clutches by adding a locking
bracket
”B” Series Shaft mounted magnet particle brakes
SOFSTEP® Brakes Sofstep magnet particle brakes provide smooth controllable
torque for power transmission and tension applications.
Unwind Web Guide/Uncoiler Web Guide Fife Unwind Stand
Ideal for poorly wound rolls. Provides immediate web alignment. Power rating
up to 10,000+ kg in Electromechanical and even more in Pnuemohydraulic and
Electrohydraulic technologies. Offered as components or a complete stand.
Intermediate Displacement Web Guide Fife Web Guide
Most commonly used technique due to minimum space requirement. Requires
minimum entry span Available for web width of narrowest of webs to the largest.
Also known as offset pivot guide.
Intermediate Steering Web Guide Fife Intermediate Steering Guide
Ideal for steering oven exit or conveyor type applications. Best used with long
entry spans. Available for web width of narrowest of webs to the largest Known
as Fife’s Kamberoller® or Kantiroller.
Rewind Web Guide/Recoiler Web GuideFife Rewind Stand
Proper sensor placement. Stand repositions itself to achieve proper alignment
of the web. Able to push 10,000+ kg in Electromechanical, even more for Electrohydraulic or Pneumohydraulic. Offered as components or a complete stand.
B-7V & B-20V Magnet particle brakes for vertical applications
PERMA-TORK® Clutches Perma-Tork clutches are capable of producing de-
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Fife SE-45 TruWide Ultrasonic Sensor
coated, light paperboard, Nonwovens, all film applications, etc.
The SE-45 TruWide sensor complements an existing family of sensors for varying web widths, while
using new technology to improve accuracy, reduce
changeover time and simplify maintenance. Ultrasonic
sensing ‘nodes’ are active at all times throughout the entire width of the sensing
area, eliminating the need to reposition the sensor between runs and optimizing
web alignment in applications with high instances of web width variations.
Class III Series Knifeholder Heavy-duty and the largest of the Performance Series knifeholders, the Class III is used in converting and mill finishing operations,
typically in high speed winding, with materials such as coated and non-coated
papers and boards, tissues, newsprint, kraft papers, chipboard, roofing felt, floor
covering, etc.
Many of our customers must maintain web alignment on multiple, changing web
widths at the highest levels of accuracy, and Fife has built a family of products
to choose from. The SE-45 TruWide utilizes the latest technology to maintain
alignment, measure web width, and improve efficiency.
Precision Lock - Crush (Score) Slitter Knifeholder
Coupled with a full line of sensor positioners, Fife wide-band sensors are a simple way to increase accuracy in web alignment. The newest addition to the
family, SE-45 TruWide uses the latest technology to improve accuracy, simplify
maintenance, provide web width measurement and reduce cost.
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Reel slitting and rewinding machines
DMS-Digital Measurement System Slitting system for quick and accurate manual knife positioning with digital display
Suitable for typical crush (score) slitting of flexible web materials with quick clamp
knifeholders for easy installations, adjustments and maintenance. Durable and
affordable
Slitter Shafts hold bottom knife rings in the slitting section firmly in place, while
allowing for easy and precise repositioning of the rings.
Edge Trim-Self Contained Shear Slitting System Exact edge trim system can be
used with a single or double edge blade. Optional edge trim automatic adjustments and touch screen monitor
Hitchiker-Mechanically Linked Slitting System Mechanically linked slitting system for Mill-Duty performance and durability
Tidland Knifeholders, Knives and Complete Slitting Systems
e-Knifeholder A fully automatic slitter for all general converting
applications.
MSP-E Modular Slitter Positioning Advanced slitting solution that delivers greater
accuracy, quicker setups and unmatched slit edge quality for any converting operation. Includes basic, semi-automatic and automatic upgrades
Easy Glider - Knifeholder Positioning Reduce setup time and
increase your ability to compete on shorter runs. Available on
new Performance Series knifeholders.
Micro Adjust Slitting System Make finite adjustments of knifeholder position while
the press is running
Performance Series Crush Knifeholder These versatile knifeholders allow you to use an air regulator that allows the operator to control how
much pressure the upper knife has when it engages.
C Series Knifeholders and Performance Series Knifeholders Faster set-ups, increased productivity, unrivaled finished roll quality. Available in three sizes to
accommodate a wide range of slitting materials & web speed, for shear, crush
and razor slitting. Used in most applications from very light converting to mill
duty finishing operations.
Slitter Safety
Blade Guard Low-cost blade guard to minimize the risk of operator injury while
upper and lower knives are engaged. Each blade guard attaches directly to the
existing knifeholder
Bench Fixture Free up operator’s hands while changing blades away from the
machine
Safety Gloves Special safety gloves for operators to use while working with Tidland knifeholders and slitting systems
Class I Series Knifeholder The smallest and slimmest, down to 25 mm minimum
slit width, the Class I is used for light converting applications, flexible packaging
and film
Class II Series Knifeholder With a 50.8 mm minimum slit width, the Class II is
used with papers, coated papers, foils, fine printing papers, chrome-coated, poly
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Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
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Tidland Shafts and Chucks
Tidland Shafts and Chucks
Tidland Product Range
Tidland Product Range
* Standard Air Shafts * Internal Bladder Type (Pad, Button,
Leaf, Lug) * External Element Air Shafts * Reel Spool /
Mill Shafts * Lightweight Composite/Aluminum Extrusion
Shafts * Differential Air Shafts * Slitter shafts
* Standard Air Shafts * Internal Bladder Type (Pad, Button,
Leaf, Lug) * External Element Air Shafts * Reel Spool /
Mill Shafts * Lightweight Composite/Aluminum Extrusion
Shafts * Differential Air Shafts * Slitter shafts
Standard Air Shafts
Standard Air Shafts
Label Press Shaft Air shafts designed for the needs of
narrow-web converters.
Label Press Shaft Air shafts designed for the needs of
narrow-web converters.
Series 600 Leaf Shaft Riveted Leaf Shaft, High durability - best for winding
Series 600 Leaf Shaft Riveted Leaf Shaft, High durability - best for winding
Series 650 Leaf Shaft External Leaf for medium-duty rewind applications
Series 650 Leaf Shaft External Leaf for medium-duty rewind applications
Series 750 Leaf Shaft Leaf Shaft for winding on 7” (177.8 mm) & larger cores
Series 750 Leaf Shaft Leaf Shaft for winding on 7” (177.8 mm) & larger cores
Series 500 Lug Shaft - Air Powered Lug Air Shaft light to heavy-duty unwind and
rewind applications
Series 500 Lug Shaft - Air Powered Lug Air Shaft light to heavy-duty unwind and
rewind applications
Series 550 Lug Shaft - Mechanical Mechanical Lug shaft for light to medium-duty
3” (76.2 mm) to 6” (152.4 mm) core IDs
Series 550 Lug Shaft - Mechanical Mechanical Lug shaft for light to medium-duty
3” (76.2 mm) to 6” (152.4 mm) core IDs
Series 300 Pad Shaft Designed for light- to medium-duty in 1” (25 mm) to 6” (152
mm) ID cores
Series 300 Pad Shaft Designed for light- to medium-duty in 1” (25 mm) to 6” (152
mm) ID cores
Series 800 External Element Air Shaft External element shaft for unwind &
rewinding
Series 800 External Element Air Shaft External element shaft for unwind &
rewinding
Series 850 Spiral External Element Shaft External spiral element shaft for unwind & rewinding
Series 850 Spiral External Element Shaft External spiral element shaft for unwind & rewinding
Reel Spool / Series 860 Mill Shaft External spiral element Reel Spool Shaft
Reel Spool / Series 860 Mill Shaft External spiral element Reel Spool Shaft
Lightweight Composite / Aluminum Extrusion Shafts
Lightweight Composite / Aluminum Extrusion Shafts
Series 2000 Shaft An lightweight, low-cost air shaft
Series 2000 Shaft An lightweight, low-cost air shaft
Ultrashaft Composite body internal bladder shafts. Available in Lug and Pad
type air shaft and mechanical lug styles.
Ultrashaft Composite body internal bladder shafts. Available in Lug and Pad
type air shaft and mechanical lug styles.
D4 Differential Air Shaft High quality roll structure with no dust
D4 Differential Air Shaft High quality roll structure with no dust
Slitter Shaft Series 950 GK Internal Element Air Expanding Slitter Shaft
Slitter Shaft Series 950 GK Internal Element Air Expanding Slitter Shaft
Series 900 KA External Element Air
Series 900 KA External Element Air
Expanding Slitter Shaft Series 905 KT Tubular Mandrel
Expanding Slitter Shaft Series 905 KT Tubular Mandrel
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Shafts
04.1775
Winders
Tidland Shafts and Chucks
Tidland Shafts and Chucks
Tidland Product Range
Tidland Product Range
* Standard Air Shafts * Internal Bladder Type (Pad, Button,
Leaf, Lug) * External Element Air Shafts * Reel Spool /
Mill Shafts * Lightweight Composite/Aluminum Extrusion
Shafts * Differential Air Shafts * Slitter shafts
* Standard Air Shafts * Internal Bladder Type (Pad, Button,
Leaf, Lug) * External Element Air Shafts * Reel Spool /
Mill Shafts * Lightweight Composite/Aluminum Extrusion
Shafts * Differential Air Shafts * Slitter shafts
Standard Air Shafts
Standard Air Shafts
Label Press Shaft Air shafts designed for the needs of
narrow-web converters.
Label Press Shaft Air shafts designed for the needs of
narrow-web converters.
Series 600 Leaf Shaft Riveted Leaf Shaft, High durability - best for winding
Series 600 Leaf Shaft Riveted Leaf Shaft, High durability - best for winding
Series 650 Leaf Shaft External Leaf for medium-duty rewind applications
Series 650 Leaf Shaft External Leaf for medium-duty rewind applications
Series 750 Leaf Shaft Leaf Shaft for winding on 7” (177.8 mm) & larger cores
Series 750 Leaf Shaft Leaf Shaft for winding on 7” (177.8 mm) & larger cores
Series 500 Lug Shaft - Air Powered Lug Air Shaft light to heavy-duty unwind and
rewind applications
Series 500 Lug Shaft - Air Powered Lug Air Shaft light to heavy-duty unwind and
rewind applications
Series 550 Lug Shaft - Mechanical Mechanical Lug shaft for light to medium-duty
3” (76.2 mm) to 6” (152.4 mm) core IDs
Series 550 Lug Shaft - Mechanical Mechanical Lug shaft for light to medium-duty
3” (76.2 mm) to 6” (152.4 mm) core IDs
Series 300 Pad Shaft Designed for light- to medium-duty in 1” (25 mm) to 6” (152
mm) ID cores
Series 300 Pad Shaft Designed for light- to medium-duty in 1” (25 mm) to 6” (152
mm) ID cores
Series 800 External Element Air Shaft External element shaft for unwind &
rewinding
Series 800 External Element Air Shaft External element shaft for unwind &
rewinding
Series 850 Spiral External Element Shaft External spiral element shaft for unwind & rewinding
Series 850 Spiral External Element Shaft External spiral element shaft for unwind & rewinding
Reel Spool / Series 860 Mill Shaft External spiral element Reel Spool Shaft
Reel Spool / Series 860 Mill Shaft External spiral element Reel Spool Shaft
Lightweight Composite / Aluminum Extrusion Shafts
Lightweight Composite / Aluminum Extrusion Shafts
Series 2000 Shaft An lightweight, low-cost air shaft
Series 2000 Shaft An lightweight, low-cost air shaft
Ultrashaft Composite body internal bladder shafts. Available in Lug and Pad
type air shaft and mechanical lug styles.
Ultrashaft Composite body internal bladder shafts. Available in Lug and Pad
type air shaft and mechanical lug styles.
D4 Differential Air Shaft High quality roll structure with no dust
D4 Differential Air Shaft High quality roll structure with no dust
Slitter Shaft Series 950 GK Internal Element Air Expanding Slitter Shaft
Slitter Shaft Series 950 GK Internal Element Air Expanding Slitter Shaft
Series 900 KA External Element Air
Series 900 KA External Element Air
Expanding Slitter Shaft Series 905 KT Tubular Mandrel
Expanding Slitter Shaft Series 905 KT Tubular Mandrel
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Winding shafts
Flexo Wash ApS
Tidland Shafts and Chucks
Address
Grenavej 631 K
8541 Skodstrup
Denmark
Phone
+45 8699 3631
Standard Air Shafts
Fax
+45 8699 1343
Label Press Shaft Air shafts designed for the needs of
narrow-web converters.
Internet address
www.flexowash.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
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Tidland Product Range
* Standard Air Shafts * Internal Bladder Type (Pad, Button,
Leaf, Lug) * External Element Air Shafts * Reel Spool /
Mill Shafts * Lightweight Composite/Aluminum Extrusion
Shafts * Differential Air Shafts * Slitter shafts
Series 600 Leaf Shaft Riveted Leaf Shaft, High durability - best for winding
Series 650 Leaf Shaft External Leaf for medium-duty rewind applications
Series 750 Leaf Shaft Leaf Shaft for winding on 7” (177.8 mm) & larger cores
Series 500 Lug Shaft - Air Powered Lug Air Shaft light to heavy-duty unwind and
rewind applications
Series 550 Lug Shaft - Mechanical Mechanical Lug shaft for light to medium-duty
3” (76.2 mm) to 6” (152.4 mm) core IDs
Company News
Series 300 Pad Shaft Designed for light- to medium-duty in 1” (25 mm) to 6” (152
mm) ID cores
02/14/2008
Series 800 External Element Air Shaft External element shaft for unwind &
rewinding
Series 850 Spiral External Element Shaft External spiral element shaft for unwind & rewinding
Reel Spool / Series 860 Mill Shaft External spiral element Reel Spool Shaft
Lightweight Composite / Aluminum Extrusion Shafts
Series 2000 Shaft An lightweight, low-cost air shaft
Ultrashaft Composite body internal bladder shafts. Available in Lug and Pad
type air shaft and mechanical lug styles.
D4 Differential Air Shaft High quality roll structure with no dust
Flexo Wash ApS
New Parts Washer with Trolley
The new Parts Washer “PK Front Load” is made according to the specific needs
of every customer. This means that the machine can be equipped with holders
for trays, grid for chambers, connections for cleaning of hoses etc depending
on which parts the customer wishes to clean. The machine shown at Drupa will
also have a transport trolley, which means that the parts can be picked up at
the press; driven to the Parts Washer and the grid with the parts on can easily
be slided into the cleaning unit. After cleaning the grid with the press parts can
be removed from the unit and the parts can be driven back to the press on the
wagon.
The unique FLEXO WASH system normally works with environmentally friendly
cleaning liquids, which are recirculated in a closed-circuit system. This means
that the cleaning process is more cost efficient and eco-friendly. However, the
new Parts Washer PK Front Load is also made in an ATEX-proofed version.
Slitter Shaft Series 950 GK Internal Element Air Expanding Slitter Shaft
Series 900 KA External Element Air
02/14/2008
Gravure Cleaning
Expanding Slitter Shaft Series 905 KT Tubular Mandrel
At Drupa Flexo Wash will be exhibiting the new Gravure Cleaning unit. The
machine will be equipped with brushes for cleaning of the shafts. It will have
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larger pumps than our normal anilox cleaning units and it will be able to clean
rolls up to 1000kg.
Product Overview
Flexo Wash ApS
02.1795
Screen washing equipment
02.1915
Washing equipment
03.1695
Washing equipment
04.1755
Washing equipment
05.1395
Cleaning systems for printing formes and machine
parts
Foellmer GmbH, Josef, Graphischer Maschinenund Apparatebau
Address
Klippeneckstraße 8
78056 Villingen-Schwenningen
Germany
Phone
+49-77203012-0
Fax
+49-77203012-50
Internet address
http://www.foellmer.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Foellmer GmbH, Josef, Graphischer Maschinen- und...
02.1250
Corner rounding machines
02.1580
Numbering units and machines
02.1625
Perforating machines
02.1950
Counting equipment
03.1215
Wire stitchers
03.1235
Corner rounding machines
03.1240
Back stripping machines
03.1377
Stapling machines
03.1480
Paper drilling machines
03.1500
Perforating machines
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
03.1715
Counting equipment
04.1450
Paper drilling machines
04.1505
Perforating machines
04.1795
Counting equipment
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Perforating machines
Company News
04/14/2008
FOLDMASTER Multigraf AG
Inauguration of new building
Modell MASTER AIR
Multigraf AG in Muri (Switzerland) enlarged the building of on more floor to
clear more space for the in-house machine production, offices, service department and the show room. We could already move into a part of the facilities
at the end of 2007. After a long, noisy and dusty construction period Multigraf
AG is celebrating the completion of the building. On April 17th and 18th, 2008
customers, suppliers, friends and interested people are invited to raise the glass
to the new building.
Rotations-Perforier- und Rillmaschine Modell MASTER
AIR
Perforieren, rillen, schneiden, schlitzen und zählen
in einem Arbeitsgang
04.1795
Counting equipment
04/14/2008
Modell DigiTab 2010 Plus
Streifeneinschussgerät DUPLIKATOR Modell DigiTab
2010 Plus an Hochstapelauslage Heidelberg Speedmaster
Novelties
- MCM-48 A, tabletop creasing & micro-perforating machine with friction feeder
- PF-52, pile feeder
- PST-52, pile stacker
- DCM-45 with deep pile stacker (creasing & micro-perforating machine)
- A-25, stream delivery with high adjustable stand
Product Overview
FOLDMASTER Multigraf AG
Address
Grindelstrasse 26
5630 Muri
Switzerland
FOLDMASTER Multigraf AG
02.1125
Sheet feeders
02.1130
Sheet delivery units
Phone
+41-56675-5800
02.1140
Sheet piling devices
Fax
+41-56675-5860
02.1625
Perforating machines
Internet address
http://www.multigraf.ch
02.1705
Creasing and scoring machines
E-Mail
[email protected]
03.1100
Sheet feeders
Stand
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03.1105
Sheet delivery units
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Folding machines, floor models
Multigraf
03.1500
Perforating machines
The Multigraf deep pile stacker is an individual solution to
sack several materials from several machines.
03.1560
Creasing and scoring machines
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
04.1245
Folding machines, floor models
04.1685
Stacking and piling equipment
Forbo Siegling GmbH
Address
Lilienthalstraße 6/8
30179 Hannover
Germany
FOLDMASTER
Phone
+49-5116704-0
The complete folding system - modular, user friendly,
versatile!
Fax
+49-5116704-305
Internet address
http://www.forbo-siegling.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Product Details
04.1245
FOLDMASTER Multigraf AG
Folding machines, floor models
In designing the FOLDMASTER folding machine programme, the idea of modular is being further advanced.
All models can be supplied with standard, manual folding plates and with simple basic equipment. If the requirements of the user change, the machines can be
upgraded and adapted to the new situation at any time. FOLDMASTER folding
machines can be extended with automatic folding plates whenever needed.
Product Overview
04.1685
Forbo Siegling GmbH
Stacking and piling equipment
02.1420
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
The Multigraf sheet-feeders are universal solutions to
feed different material into various machines. The registering table aligns the sheets perfectly well and can
also be used to mount different tools.
03.1320
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
04.1270
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
05.1310
Machine tapes
Multigraf
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Forbo Siegling GmbH
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
Fortuna Spezialmaschinen GmbH
Address
Eisenbahnstraße 15
71263 Weil der Stadt
Germany
Phone
+49-7033709138
Fax
+49-7033709140
Internet address
http://www.fortuna-gmbh.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
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Siegling Extremultus - Falt- und Förderriemen
Falt- und Förderriemen für die Druck- und Papierindustrie mit
konstanten Reibwerten, oberflächenschonenden Funktionsschichten, guten Ablöseeigenschaften- oder Mitnahmeeigenschaften und hohen Standzeiten sind das Ergebnis unserer
jahrzehntelangen Entwicklungsarbeit.
Innovativ sind dabei die Typen der E+A Reihe. Mit ihrem
Zugträger aus Aramid bzw. Polyester zeichen sie sich durch,
geringe Auflagedehnung, hohe Flexibilität und die Unempfindlichkeit gegenüber Klimaschwankungen aus.
Die Verbindungsmethode (Z-Verbindung) erfordert bei diesen Typen keine Zusatzwerkstoffe und bietet die für die kleine Umlenkrollen/-scheiben notwendige Flexibilität und Haltbarkeit. Handliche Z-Stanzgeräte und Heizzangen ermöglichen
die einfache Montage direkt in der Maschine und verkürzen so die Stillstandzeiten.
Mit diesen Eigenschaften kann das Qualitäts- und Produktivitätspotential papierverarbeitender Anlagen noch besser ausgeschöpft werden.
Siegling Extremultus - Maschinenbänder für Papierindustrie
Die Anzahl der heute verwendeten Papiersorten scheint unendlich groß zu sein: Von Verpackungspapieren, Karton,
Tissue, Schreib- und Druckpapieren über Papiersorten für
Zeitungsdruck, Offset-, SC-, LWC-, ULWC-, HWC- und Kunstdruckpapieren bis hin zu silikonisierten Papieren, NCRund thermosensitiven Papieren.
Fortuna Spezialmaschinen GmbH
04.1265
Flame welders for watertight packaging
03.1040
Bonding machines
03.1385
Glueing machines
Product Details
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Sowohl in der Papierverarbeitung als auch bei der Briefverteilung
ist diese Vielfalt für Forbo Siegling eine Herausforderung. Seit Jahrzehnten sind
wir deshalb Entwicklungspartrner und Lieferant für Erstausrüster und Anwender.
Aus dieser langjährigen Erfahrung heraus entstand unser breitgefächertes Programm Siegling Extremultus Maschinenbänder für alle Anwendungen und die
Verarbeitung jeder Papiersorte in diesen Bereichen.
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Flame welders for watertight packaging
Verpackungsmaschinen und Anlagen
IPBM und Fortuna haben sich exclusiv zusammengefunden um den Verpackungsmarkt einzigartige Lösungen für die Getränkeverpackungsindustrie anzubieten.
Wir offerieren unsere Gesamtanlagen in 2 Ausführungen abgestimmt auf Ihren
Bedarf und Kapazität.
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charges and speeds.
Fraser Anti-Static Techniques Ltd
Address
Phone
Fax
The Super 80 Bar has a robust construction and is available in lengths up to 6m.
The screened cable is polyurethane covered for flexibility and durability.
Scotts Business Park
Bampton EX16 9DN
United Kingdom
The Super 80 Power Unit has an IP54 construction and connectors and an optional remote monitoring system which can be integrated into the controls of the
printing machine.
+44-1398331114
Fraser Anti-Static is a specialist in static and is able to propose new, cost effective solutions to most static electricity problems in the printing industry.
+44-1398331411
Full details are available on Stand 12 A 67
Internet address
http://www.fraser-antistatic.co.uk
E-Mail
[email protected]
05/12/2008
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Digital Printing and Static Electricity.
Large format digital UV printing is a growth market where the quality of print
must be of the highest order.
Hall 12, A67 (Page 962)
One of the main reasons for poor quality printing is image “fogging” caused by
electrostatic charges on the substrate.
Company News
05/12/2008
Fraser Anti-Static Techniques Ltd
Static Control in EX Areas
Fraser Anti-Static is a specialist in digital printing and is able to propose new,
cost effective solutions to all types of static electricity problem in digital printing.
Full details are available on Stand 12 A 67
Static electricity can cause fires and other problems in EX hazardous areas.
Fraser Anti-Static will be showing its new range of ATEX certified static control
equipment at DRUPA.
Product Overview
This includes the new EX715 Static Meter - the only static meter available which
has been ATEX certified.
02.1275
Static eliminators / static control supplies
Also showing for the first time in the printing industry will be the EX1250 Static
Eliminator Bars and EX-HPSD Static Dischargers
03.1260
Static eliminators / static control supplies
Fraser Anti-Static is a specialist in static and is able to propose new, cost effective solutions to most static electricity problem in the printing industry.
04.1200
Static eliminators / static control supplies
Fraser Anti-Static Techniques Ltd
Full details are available on Stand 12 A 67
05/12/2008
High Performance Control of Static Electricity
The new Super 80 Static Eliminators from Fraser Anti-Static have been tested
by major machinery manufacturers and found to be the most powerful available.
Super 80 Static Eliminators have been designed to cope with the highest
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FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc. (Spectra)
Static eliminators / static control supplies
Address
Etna Road 109
Lebanon, NH 03766
USA
Phone
+1-603443-5300
Fax
+1-603443-9870
Internet address
http://www.dimatix.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
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Anti-Static Tape Brushes
These brushres have a large number of highly conductive stainless steel fibres with a diameter of 12µ.
The fine tips of these fibres concentrate the electric field
of the static charge and ionise the surrounding air.
The ionised air allows ions of the opposite polarity to
move rapidly towards the static charge and neutralise it.
The brush tips should be at a distance of about 1mm, or gently touching, the
material to be neutralised.
The self-adhesive body should be mounted on a clean, conductive and earthed
surface.
Company News
FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc. (Spectra)
The versatility of Fraser Anti-Static Tape brushes allows them to be formed into
non-linear shapes, as required.
04/16/2008
Tape brushes are used on a wide variety of paper and plastic processing and
handling equipment.
Santa Clara, Calif.; April 15, 2008 – FUJIFILM Corporation today announced
that the Board of FUJIFILM Dimatix voted to appoint Martin Schoeppler CEO
and President, replacing John C. Batterton who is retiring. The top-management
change at the wholly owned Fujifilm subsidiary becomes effective May 15, 2008.
Batterton will remain in his post at FUJIFILM Dimatix over the next month to
assist with the leadership transition.
Martin Schoeppler is Appointed CEO and President of
FUJIFILM Dimatix
Nobuaki Inoue, Chairman, Corporate Vice President of FUJIFILM Corporation
remarked, “It is with great regret but equally great appreciation that the Board
of FUJIFILM Dimatix accepted John C. Batterton’s decision to leave after eight
years as Dimatix’s CEO and President. FUJIFILM Dimatix is a much stronger
company today than it was when John took the position of CEO, and he has
given us a new and strong foundation on which to build to become a worldleading provider of inkjet printheads for commercial and industrial printing. We
wish John the very best in his future endeavors.”
Commenting on Schoeppler’s appointment the Fujifilm Chairman said, “Martin
Schoeppler has been with the company for four years. He is a seasoned international executive with extensive electronics market experience and more than
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20 years of senior management responsibilities in high technology marketing,
sales and business development. FUJIFILM Corporation and the Board of FUJIFILM Dimatix have great confidence in his ability to maintain our remarkable
momentum, and to be a fair and inclusive advocate for all areas at Dimatix. We
are grateful to Martin Schoeppler for taking on this new responsibility.”
plier of drop-on-demand inkjet printheads for industrial applications, today announced Marc Torrey has been promoted to the position of Vice President, Marketing. In his new role, Torrey is responsible for marketing and product planning
for all FUJIFILM Dimatix products. He reports to Martin Schoeppler, who was
recently appointed company CEO and President.
Schoeppler joined FUJIFILM Dimatix in 2004 as Vice President of Strategic Business Development. In January 2007, Schoeppler was named the company’s
Vice President of Marketing and Sales with responsibility for all FUJIFILM Dimatix products.
Commenting on Torrey’s appointment, Schoeppler remarked, “It gives me great
pleasure to announce the appointment of Marc Torrey to Vice President, Marketing. Marc’s 20-plus-year tenure with the company and his multi-disciplined approach – which includes leveraging his previous design, engineering and prototype fabrication knowledge along with his considerable understanding of industrial inkjet markets and the competitive landscape – make him uniquely qualified
for this position.”
Prior to his tenure at FUJIFILM Dimatix, Schoeppler held senior management
positions in the United States and Europe at Hewlett-Packard Co., Lumileds
Lighting, and Agilent Technologies, Inc., Schoeppler earned a BSEE degree in
Electronics and Telecommunications with a minor in Business from the University of Applied Science in Esslingen, Germany, and studied Advanced Industrial
Marketing at INSEAD in France.
About FUJIFILM Dimatix FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of
drop-on-demand inkjet printheads for industrial applications, is driving a revolution in inkjet technology to support a new generation of products for printing, industrial product decoration and materials deposition. The company’s innovative
inkjet technology and world-class fabrication techniques enable OEMs, system
integrators and manufacturers to build cutting-edge systems and manufacturing
processes for high-performance, precision printing of traditional inks and deposition of functional fluids on all types of surfaces, including flexible substrates.
A wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, FUJIFILM Dimatix is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and maintains U.S. product development
and manufacturing operations in California and New Hampshire. The company sells and supports its products worldwide through offices in the United
States, Europe, Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. For more information, visit
www.dimatix.com.
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FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc.
Editorial Contact: Edward Chrusciel FUJIFILM Dimatix 603-443-5364 [email protected]
05/15/2008
FUJIFILM Dimatix Names Marc Torrey Marketing Vice
President
Santa Clara, Calif.; May 2, 2008 – FUJIFILM Dimatix, the world’s leading sup-
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Having joined Spectra, Inc., the predecessor of FUJIFILM Dimatix, when it was
founded in 1984, Torrey brings to his new position a diverse background in piezoelectric printhead design and prototype fabrication, system integration and engineering for a broad range of high performance industrial applications. Immediately prior to this appointment, Torrey was OEM Product Marketing and Business
Development Director, responsible for those functions worldwide. Previously, he
directed the company’s sales and technical support operations in Europe. Prior
to joining Spectra, he held positions at NASA and Boeing.
Torrey graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. He also studied Electrical Engineering at the University of
Washington, and received a Master’s degree from Lesley University.
About FUJIFILM Dimatix FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of
drop-on-demand inkjet printheads for industrial applications, is driving a revolution in inkjet technology to support a new generation of products for printing, industrial product decoration and materials deposition. The company’s innovative
inkjet technology and world-class fabrication techniques enable OEMs, system
integrators and manufacturers to build cutting-edge systems and manufacturing
processes for high-performance, precision printing of traditional inks and deposition of functional fluids on all types of surfaces, including flexible substrates.
A wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, FUJIFILM Dimatix is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and maintains U.S. product development
and manufacturing operations in California and New Hampshire. The company sells and supports its products worldwide through offices in the United
States, Europe, Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. For more information, visit
www.dimatix.com.
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02/25/2008
FUJIFILM Dimatix Targets Drupa to Introduce Inkjet
Products, Technologies and Expertise
- Leading supplier of inkjet printheads will highlight its printing products, materials deposition capabilities and integration solutions through various technology
demonstrations in Hall 8b, stand B03.
- Plans include the global launch of a new inkjet printhead that expands opportunities for new printer designs; plus support for Drupa-bound OEM partners.
Santa Clara, California; February 14, 2008 – FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., the world’s
leading supplier of piezoelectric inkjet printheads for industrial applications, will
use Drupa 2008 for its first major appearance on the international print industry scene since Spectra, Inc. was renamed Dimatix in 2005 and subsequently
acquired by FUJIFILM Corporation.
Under the banner “FUJIFILM Dimatix – Building Businesses One Drop at a
Time”, the company will prominently display and demonstrate the latest capabilities of its industry-leading piezoelectric drop-on-demand inkjet technology at
Messe Düsseldorf, in Hall 8b, stand B03. Billed as the world’s leading exhibition
for the printing industry, Drupa is expected to draw an international audience of
more than 300,000 visitors to Düsseldorf, Germany from May 29 through June
11, 2008.
Among the demonstrations featured will be a prototypical, single-pass production inkjet press designed and built by the company’s Dimatix Technology Integration group. Another demonstration, of a precision laboratory development
system will showcase the many advantages of FUJIFILM Dimatix’ proprietary
Shaped Piezo Silicon™ MEMS technology, including its unique ability to jet a
diverse range of functional fluids for applications in and beyond print.
The company is also planning the global launch at Drupa of a new inkjet printhead that will enable a new level of single-pass and scanning applications.
FUJIFILM Dimatix will support its many OEM customers and ink partners exhibiting at the show by providing visitors to the FUJIFILM Dimatix stand with information, directions to each customer’s stand, and more. These and the company’s
other OEMs and ink partners offer a broad range of products to end users that
are based on FUJIFILM Dimatix Spectra®-branded inkjet printheads and jetting
assemblies. These products include high performance printing systems and
a broad range of inks and functional fluids used in applications from graphics
display printing and industrial marking and coding, to mailing, addressing and
product decoration.
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About FUJIFILM Dimatix
FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of drop-on-demand inkjet
printheads for industrial applications, is driving a revolution in production technology to support a new generation of products for printing, industrial product
decoration, and materials deposition. The company’s innovative inkjet technology and world-class fabrication techniques enable OEMs, system integrators
and manufacturers to build cutting-edge systems and manufacturing processes
for high-performance, precision printing of traditional inks and deposition of functional fluids on all types of surfaces, including flexible substrates.
A wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, FUJIFILM Dimatix is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and maintains U.S. product development
and manufacturing operations in California and New Hampshire. The company sells and supports its products worldwide through offices in the United
States, Europe, Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. For more information, visit
www.dimatix.com.
About FUJIFILM
Fujifilm Corporation brings continuous innovation and leading-edge products to
a broad spectrum of imaging industries including medical, life sciences, consumer electronic, chemical, graphic arts, information systems, photography and
office products based on its vast portfolio of digital, optical, fine chemical and thin
film coating technologies. It was ranked number 15 for U.S. patents granted
in 2006, employs more than 75,000 people worldwide and in the year ended
March 31, 2007, had global revenues of $23.6 billion. Fujifilm ADRs (American
Depository Receipts) are traded in the U.S. on the NASDAQ exchange (NASDAQ:FUJI). For more information, please visit www.fujifilmholdings.com.
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FUJIFILM Dimatix Inkjet System Helps Researchers
Optimize and Test New Materials for “Solar Water
Splitting”
New method relies on FUJIFILM Dimatix deposition technology to aid in discovering functional and inexpensive compounds for producing hydrogen from
water and sunlight.
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Santa Clara, Calif.; April 4, 2008 – FUJIFILM Dimatix, the world’s leading supplier of drop-on-demand inkjet printheads for industrial applications, today announced that its cartridge-based Dimatix Materials Printer (DMP) has been used
to assist researchers in devising a novel method of rapidly producing, testing and
optimizing new materials that hold promise for efficiently producing hydrogen
from water and sunlight.
The new inkjet-based method developed by researchers at the Department of
Chemistry at Colorado State University relied on a FUJIFILM Dimatix DMP-2800
Materials Printer to quantify the optimal proportions and deposition conditions
of promising new metal oxides by precision-printing controlled arrays of finelygraded compounds onto transparent conductive substrates.
The new method allowed the researchers to more readily quantify mixtures of
compounds in a printed matrix that were the most promising candidates for further research. Using it, the researchers were able to isolate a particular chemical
compound that has potential for water photoelectrolysis. (Water photoelectrolysis – also known as “solar water splitting” – involves converting sunlight into an
electrical current, and using that current to divide water into hydrogen and oxygen. Photoelectrolysis process efficiency is critical for energy-efficient hydrogen
production.)
Precision jetting and other advanced features of the FUJIFILM Dimatix Materials
Printer allowed the researchers to accurately determine droplet volumes of the
different compound gradients, the number of nozzles firing, the jetting waveform
for individual nozzles and the frequency of nozzle firing. “All of these parameters
are important for a quantitative determination of the amount of each component
printed within the combinatorial template,” said Michael Woodhouse, PhD, a Colorado State University researcher who worked with Professor Bruce Parkinson,
and who is now on the research staff of the U.S. Department of Energy’s National
Renewable Energy Laboratory.
alternative transportation fuels becomes very appealing,” he explained.
The research was funded by a U.S. Department of Energy grant and has been
published by the American Chemical Society journal, Chemistry of Materials
(http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm703099j).
The Dimatix Materials Printer is a turnkey, bench-top materials deposition system that leverages FUJIFILM Dimatix’ industry-leading ink jet technology and
Shaped Piezo Silicon™ MEMS fabrication processes in depositing picolitersized droplets of functional fluids on all types of surfaces. By employing singleuse cartridges that researchers can fill with their own fluid materials, the DMP
system minimizes waste of expensive fluid materials, thereby eliminating the
cost and complexity associated with traditional product development and prototyping. The DMP is suitable for prototyping and low-volume manufacturing, and
the technology is scalable from R&D to production.
About FUJIFILM Dimatix FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of
drop-on-demand inkjet printheads for industrial applications, is driving a revolution in production technology to support a new generation of products for printing, industrial product decoration and materials deposition. The company’s innovative inkjet technology and world-class fabrication techniques enable OEMs,
system integrators and manufacturers to build cutting-edge systems and manufacturing processes for high-performance, precision printing of traditional inks
and deposition of functional fluids on all types of surfaces, including flexible substrates.
A wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, FUJIFILM Dimatix is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and maintains U.S. product development
and manufacturing operations in California and New Hampshire. The company sells and supports its products worldwide through offices in the United
States, Europe, Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. For more information, visit
www.dimatix.com.
The Dimatix Materials Printer, which was used with Dimatix Materials Cartridges
to jet 10-picoliter-sized droplets, also allowed the researchers to further optimize
the performance of the most promising metal oxide compounds by printing different spot densities or multiple layers in order to vary the thickness of the resulting
multicomponent metal oxide film; and to test entirely new compounds in a controlled fashion by adding other materials to the optimized composition.
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The compound optimized during the research is composed of three common
elements – aluminum, cobalt and iron – providing hope that the method can be
used to find new solar water splitting materials that are not only functional but
also inexpensive, said Dr. Woodhouse.
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“As oil prices continue to rise and political and environmental problems become
more of a concern, the quest to discover such materials for the production of
Agilent application demonstrates the ability of FUJIFILM Dimatix innovative
inkjet technology to be applied as easily to materials deposition for life sciences
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FUJIFILM Dimatix collaborates with Agilent in
developing inkjet technology for advanced life
sciences applications
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research as to wide format graphics or printing on textiles.
Santa Clara, Calif.; March 7, 2008 – FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., today announced
its collaboration with Agilent Technologies Inc., to supply Agilent with innovative
inkjet products based on the latest semiconductor manufacturing technologies
for use in life sciences applications. Agilent, a technology leader in communications, electronics, life sciences and chemical analysis, uses the FUJIFILM
Dimatix inkjet technology to develop products that allow life scientists to more
efficiently target and analyze sequences of genetic material.
FUJIFILM Dimatix worked with Agilent to incorporate custom versions of the Dimatix Materials Cartridge (DMC) into Agilent’s life sciences applications. Specifically designed for R&D and feasibility testing, the unique cartridge-style printhead, based on FUJIFILM Dimatix’ patented Shaped Piezo Silicon™ MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) technology, enables FUJIFILM Dimatix to develop printhead features and product families that are significantly smaller and
more versatile than anything else on the market.
“The shape of our MEMS-based printhead nozzles are extraordinarily precise,
and their absolute position on the silicon die permits higher drop placement accuracy over greater throw distances,” said John Higginson, Vice President Engineering, Deposition Products, FUJIFILM Dimatix. “The robust silicon structure
also lends itself to solid, reliable operation and long service life – all of which
are desirable attributes for building new printer architectures that can improve
inkjet’s performance in traditional applications, and out of the box applications,
such as Agilent’s.”
Because of the extremely small but precise structural geometries it produces, the
Shaped Piezo Silicon MEMS fabrication technique enables FUJIFILM Dimatix
to manufacture printheads capable of routinely jetting a broad range of fluids
with droplet sizes ranging from the 10 picoliters (10 trillionths of a liter) used in
precision graphics applications, to droplets containing the 1 pL – or less – that’s
required for precision materials deposition of specialty fluids.
Commenting on the innovative technology, Bill Peck, Senior Engineer and Writer
Technology Project Manager, Agilent said, “When we are building systems for
in-situ synthesis of molecules like DNA, we require a fluid deposition system
with outstanding precision, throughput, reliability and control. FUJIFILM Dimatix’
advanced inkjet technologies allow our products to flexibly deliver the superior
quality our customers expect from Agilent microarrays.”
“That precision, plus FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet platform’s flexibility, figured prominently in our decision to base Agilent’s SurePrint inkjet technology on FUJIFILM
Dimatix inkjet technologies, and also to use their products as the basis for a major new product platform we plan to launch later this year. These actions speak
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working relationship Agilent has with FUJIFILM Dimatix in this development effort,” said Dr. Peck.
Martin Schoeppler, Vice President Marketing and Sales, Fujifilm Dimatix noted,
“Our relationship with Agilent has helped us advance the state of the art in inkjet
technology for applications extending far beyond its original roots in print production – to the outer reaches of materials deposition. Agilent’s use of FUJIFILM
Dimatix Shaped Piezo Silicon MEMS technology demonstrates its ability to be
applied as easily to life science research as to wide format graphics or printing on textiles. We couldn’t be more pleased to be working with Agilent on this
important and demanding application.”
About Agilent Technologies
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) is the world’s premier measurement company and a technology leader in communications, electronics, life sciences and
chemical analysis. The company’s 19,000 employees serve customers in more
than 110 countries. Agilent had net revenues of $5.4 billion in fiscal 2007. Information about Agilent is available on the Web at www.agilent.com.
About FUJIFILM Dimatix
FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of drop-on-demand inkjet
printheads for industrial applications, is driving a revolution in production technology to support a new generation of products for printing, industrial product
decoration and materials deposition. The company’s innovative inkjet technology and world-class fabrication techniques enable OEMs, system integrators
and manufacturers to build cutting-edge systems and manufacturing processes
for high-performance, precision printing of traditional inks and deposition of functional fluids on all types of surfaces, including flexible substrates.
A wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, FUJIFILM Dimatix is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and maintains U.S. product development
and manufacturing operations in California and New Hampshire. The company sells and supports its products worldwide through offices in the United
States, Europe, Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. For more information, visit
www.dimatix.com.
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FUJIFILM Dimatix Announces SAMBA™ Single Pass
Piezo DOD Inkjet Technology
New SAMBA™ technology breaks records for nozzle density, drop size, jetting
speed and scalability while achieving stability, uniformity and maintainability.
New technology enables SAMBA™ matrix printhead modules to be configured
end-to-end in SAMBA™ Print Bars to achieve high-quality, high-speed, single
pass jetting at 1,200 dpi for full color, 4 and 8 up press forms and beyond.
New SAMBA™ Print Bar attains color-to-color spacing of less than 50 millimeters
allowing four individual color or fluid channels to be located within a narrow 200
mm depth.
Santa Clara, Calif.; May 22, 2008 – FUJIFILM Dimatix today announced a newgeneration piezoelectric drop-on-demand (Piezo DOD) inkjet technology that
delivers the breakthrough quality, speed and scalability required for wide-width
single pass production inkjet printing and materials deposition applications.
Developed jointly by FUJIFILM Dimatix and FUJIFILM Corporation, the new
SAMBA™ inkjet technology utilizes Dimatix’ proprietary MicroElectroMechanical
Systems (MEMS) fabrication methods, VersaDrop™ multi-pulsing jetting capability and Meniscus Replenishment Technology. Collectively, these technologies
and other innovations enable printhead nozzles to be arranged in a matrix array
with improved meniscus formation and ink recirculation to provide unparalleled
stability, uniformity, maintainability and scalability in a compact package.
FUJIFILM Dimatix announces the companies’ new SAMBA™ technology will be
on display at Messe Düsseldorf in Hall 8b, stand B03. FUJIFILM Corporation is
demonstrating this technology in its new Digital Color Press also in Hall 8b, at
stand A25.
The first implementation of SAMBA™ inkjet technology is in a parallelogramshaped “printhead on a chip” that measures a mere 45 mm deep and packs
2048 jets per module at 1200 dot-per-inch spacing, and is capable of pulsing
fluids at up to 100,000 cycles/second (100 kHz) – the highest jetting frequencies
yet developed.
Owing to industry-first native drop volumes of 0.1, 1.0 and 2.0 picoliters (trillionths of a liter), made possible by FUJIFILM Dimatix’ advanced Shaped Piezo
Silicon™ MEMS fabrication methods, SAMBA™ printhead modules are constructed from robust inert materials and jet a wide variety of inks in grayscale using VersaDrop™ multi-pulse jetting capability at up to 1200 dpi resolution and at
production speeds for printing, photographic and display graphics applications.
The unique attributes of Shaped Piezo Silicon™ fabrication allow the printhead
module’s drop volume to be less than 1 picoliter, essential for small-feature materials deposition applications in both single pass and scanning architectures.
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Because of its scalability, SAMBA™ technology enables many SAMBA™ printhead modules to be placed end-to-end to form a single, tightly integrated
SAMBA™ “Print Bar”. These SAMBA™ Print Bars can be varied in length to accommodate industry standard press sizes serving diverse printing applications
from multi-page signatures to large packaging designs. Multiple SAMBA™ Print
Bars can be configured in precisely aligned, adjacent clusters to enable highspeed single pass grayscale printing of multicolor inks and varnishes. Colorto-color spacing of less than 50 mm allows four individual color channels to be
located within a space of only 200 mm depth. SAMBA™ technology also allows
single pass micro-deposition of functional fluids used in manufacturing products
such as photovoltaic arrays, printable electronics and LCD displays.
“SAMBA™ inkjet technology enables a quantum leap that redefines how Piezo
DOD inkjet technology can be designed, manufactured and applied,” said Andreas Bibl, CTO of FUJIFILM Dimatix. “SAMBA™ technology marks the first extensible Piezo DOD inkjet design that truly delivers on the promise of wide-width,
high resolution, single pass, drop-on-demand inkjet without having to trade off
quality, redundancy or print width, and achieves it in an elegant, compact form.”
About FUJIFILM Dimatix FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of
drop-on-demand inkjet printheads for industrial applications, is driving a revolution in inkjet technology to support a new generation of products for printing, industrial product decoration and materials deposition. The company’s innovative
inkjet technology and world-class fabrication techniques enable OEMs, system
integrators and manufacturers to build cutting-edge systems and manufacturing
processes for high-performance, precision printing of traditional inks and deposition of functional fluids on all types of surfaces, including flexible substrates.
A wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, FUJIFILM Dimatix is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and maintains U.S. product development
and manufacturing operations in California and New Hampshire. The company sells and supports its products worldwide through offices in the United
States, Europe, Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. For more information, visit
www.dimatix.com.
About FUJIFILM FUJIFILM Corporation brings continuous innovation and leadingedge products to a broad spectrum of imaging industries including medical,
life sciences, consumer electronic, chemical, graphic arts, information systems,
photography and office products based on its vast portfolio of digital, optical,
fine chemical and thin film coating technologies. It was ranked number 15
for U.S. patents granted in 2006, employs more than 75,000 people worldwide and in the year ended March 31, 2007, had global revenues of $23.6 billion. FUJIFILM ADRs (American Depository Receipts) are traded in the U.S.
on the NASDAQ exchange (NASDAQ:FUJI). For more information, please visit
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ferent set of challenges.
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Dimatix Technology Integration (DTI) was formed in 2002 as an engineering group within FUJIFILM Dimatix – specifically to address customers whose
unique requirements were not addressed by commercially available printer products.
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FUJIFILM Dimatix Technology Integration: Helping
companies incorporate the power of piezoelectric
drop-on-demand inkjet technology into their
manufacturing operations
As drop-on-demand inkjet technology grows in application and sophistication,
the number of companies that need more than just great piezo DOD inkjet technology and components has increased. Today, DTI is staffed by dedicated
teams of mechanical, electrical, chemical and software engineers who develop
and integrate custom-tailored inkjet solutions based on FUJIFILM Dimatix’ core
piezo DOD technology for a broad range of clients, fluids, applications and industries.
Santa Clara, CA, May 9, 2008 - Improvements in all types of drop-on-demand
inkjet technologies have hastened inkjet’s adoption in an increasing number of
applications, leading some industry observers to predict an “inkjet future” for
digital printing.
Although DTI engages with companies of any size who need the unique skills
the group offers, most clients fit the profile of large end-user organizations that
need systems designed and built to their specific requirements. Moreover these
systems must be tightly integrated to the customer’s unique operation, and they
must be industrially reliable.
But while inkjet is poised to become a mainstream technology for commercial printing, one form of the technology – piezoelectric drop-on-demand (Piezo
DOD) – is superbly positioned to dominate industrial applications that are well
within and far beyond the world of print production.
Unique Projects and Applications Often, the projects Dimatix Technology Integration teams work on make the customer’s product more valuable or give it an
edge in the market that allows the client to increase sales or gain market share.
But beyond that, these applications often defy characterization.
Piezo DOD is a proven industrial technology that’s been used in wide-format
printing and industrial marking and coding since the late 1980s. Over many
years, FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc. (originally known as Spectra, Inc.) has improved
the technology’s speed, accuracy, consistency and reliability – making piezo
DOD suitable for a broad range of applications.
Every surface DTI clients print on is unique, the fluids they use are often unique
and their manufacturing environments are unique. DTI has developed singlepass inkjet systems that print on substrates as different as dough, liquid icing,
and other foods; many different types of plastics; durables like wood, ceramics
and metals; and cloths and synthetic fabrics.
The hallmark of FUJIFILM Dimatix’ proprietary implementation of piezoelectric
DOD inkjet technology is that it allows every jet on a FUJIFILM Dimatix printhead
to operate concurrently and at a high throughput rate – without trading off drop
placement accuracy – thereby enabling precision jetting at production speed.
In addition, the durable materials FUJIFILM Dimatix uses in their manufacture
allow the company’s patented printhead products to jet the broadest range of
inks and other fluids at sustained high frequencies.
Plus, there can be variations within the same class of substrates. The ‘media’
DTI clients ‘print’ on can be hot, cold, wet, dry, rough, smooth, delicate, sturdy,
porous, non-porous, rigid or flexible – depending on the manufacturing process,
and even where in the process inkjet can be integrated most advantageously.
Examples include digital decoration of chocolate and other baked goods, where
the edible colorants are often applied while foods are still warm; and frozen
treats, which are decorated while semi-solid prior to chilling.
Dimatix Technology Integration: Addressing Customers’ Unique Requirements
The same features that have allowed FUJIFILM Dimatix printheads to excel in
demanding printing applications also have made them attractive to a growing
number of manufacturers in industries beyond traditional print production.
Fluids Run the Gamut Just as there are differences in substrates and environments, fluids jetted also run the gamut. DTI has developed inkjet systems to
jet adhesives, conductive and dielectric inks; aqueous, solvent, and UV-curable
and hot-melt inks; masking inks including photoresists, etch resists, anti-scratch
and anti-glare compounds; enzymes, edible colorants and many other “functional fluids” – in addition to handling the full spectrum of inks used in the printing
industry.
In the printing industry, FUJIFILM Dimatix works with a renowned list of highly
capable OEMs and systems integrators to bring its technology to market. But
applying inkjet technology outside the printing industry poses a completely dif-
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“FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet technology is capable of handling fluids for a virtually
unlimited range of applications. And in many cases, successfully integrating
inkjet technology in the customer’s existing application requires as much knowledge of chemistry as it requires expertise in various engineering disciplines,”
says Dr. Richard Baker, an inkjet printing and fluids expert, PhD in Chemistry
and Director of Business Development for the FUJIFILM Dimatix Technology
Integration group.
“The challenge for DTI,” Baker explains, “lies in understanding how to integrate
FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet technology so that it operates seamlessly within each
customer’s unique application and environment – whether that means fully operational on a high-speed production line, in a laboratory setting developing new
functional fluids, or prototyping new industrial, biological or electronics manufacturing processes.”
This uniqueness is distinctly different from commercial print production; where
paper products and two or three types of vinyl comprise the lion’s share of target
media; and where inks are many and varied, but fairly well known.
DTI Engineering Expertise To support these diverse industrial companies and
applications, DTI provides a range of services that help companies integrate
FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet technology in their unique products or manufacturing
processes. These services can range from conducting initial feasibility work, to
providing broad assistance in designing, building and supporting fully functioning
custom production solutions based on FUJIFILM Dimatix’ proprietary printhead
technology.
Dimatix Technology Integration teams provide focused skill sets in the areas
of mechanical engineering, process control including industrial I/O, and in integration covering mechanical, electrical, industrial interface and ink components.
The group’s electrical engineering strengths include high-speed data paths, system control, end-user software, embedded systems programming, GUIs, image
flow and data processing. Customized electronics ensure optimal performance
of the systems designed or developed by DTI.
builds and supports are unique – designed to be embedded in manufacturers’
proprietary production lines. These “secondary processes” often add substantial value to the customer’s product, or enhance their production process – or
achieve both goals.
However, to make the inkjet system an integral part of the customer’s operation,
the DTI group often needs to develop semi-custom components, subsystems
and fluids.
Over time, DTI has built a veritable arsenal of semi-custom inkjet hardware subsystems that can be used in building custom systems based on FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet technology, including three different types of controllers, 28 printing
clusters ranging in print width from 2.5 to 30 inches, electronic triggers, different
types of fluid delivery systems, and inks and other fluids.
The DTI group also offers complete production systems including multiple configurations of the Merlin™ FG, an industrial imaging system designed for nonimpact variable imaging and decoration of food products using edible food grade
colorants.
The Merlin FG can be configured with imaging hardware, control electronics
and fluid maintenance as an inline unit that’s fully integrated with the customer’s
existing food manufacturing line. Or it can be ordered as one or more standalone
production systems complete with conveyor.
For food decoration – which is one of DTI’s core strengths – the group also offers
a line of specially formulated FDA-compliant and Kosher certified Tapestry™
Food Colorants, which are designed and approved to print on a variety of food
products, including chocolate.
At Drupa 2008, the Technology Integration group is exhibiting a protypical inkjet
production system called the XP-200, which demonstrates how inkjet technology
can be used in industrial product decoration.
New Markets – and New Challenges FUJIFILM Dimatix products fall into two
categories: macroprinting and microprinting.
Because DTI’s technology often is used as one link in a manufacturing chain,
Technology Integration engineers also recognized early on the need to provide
ongoing post-installation support. For example, if a standalone printer stops, it
typically affects production of that individual job or printing process. But if a highspeed printing system used for decorating products feeding in from 16 production lines stops working, it can bring the entire production line down. Immediate
response to customers’ unique problems is as important as system reliability in
making sure the lines keep moving.
Macroprinting includes tried-and-true industrial inkjet applications such as wide
format printing, addressing, bar coding and newer applications such as product decoration and pill printing, as well as large-feature fluid deposition such as
scratch resistant coatings, adhesives and conductive and non-conductive patterning. Microprinting involves jetting droplets of picoliter-sized functional fluids
onto all types of surfaces. Microprinting fluids range from liquid silver used in
the fabrication of flexible electronic circuits, to organic ”inks” found in applications such as in creating and analyzing DNA arrays for the biosciences, among
many others.
Dimatix Technology Integration Systems Many of the systems DTI designs,
FUJIFILM Dimatix macroprinting innovations are already helping thrust inkjet
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into contention for the future of digital printing. Now, the microprinting capabilities afforded by key technologies like FUJIFILM Dimatix’ Shaped Piezo Silicon™
MEMS fabrication are opening not just new markets, but new vistas for the company that are far afield of wide format printing and industrial marking and coding.
Piezo DOD inkjet for graphics printing certainly fits this basic definition. Graphics
printing involves depositing thin films of ink to form text and images of various
colors on paper, vinyl or similar substrates, thereby producing a visual experience.
“Whether companies are jetting ink, food colorants, neutraceuticals, conductive
silver or any other fluids, the challenge – and goal – of Dimatix Technology Integration is in understanding how to integrate FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet technology
so that it operates seamlessly within each customer’s unique application and
environment.
Piezo DOD inkjet printheads are also fast and accurate. As an example,
precision-manufactured FUJIFILM Dimatix Spectra® brand printheads can jet
inks for industrial printing applications at frequencies exceeding 20,000 cycles/second (20 kHz) and at print speeds of one and a half (1.5) meters per
second. Each nozzle can fire ink droplets on demand, simultaneously on each
cycle and virtually without “crosstalk,” straight and true to their intended targets.
“And I would have to admit, we have become rather accomplished at meeting
both,” says Baker.
“We have the technology, the team, the track record and the tools to help industrial companies succeed.”
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Tapestry are trademarks of FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc.
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High-Tech Materials Deposition: The New Frontier for
Piezoelectric Drop-on-Demand Inkjet Technology
Santa Clara, Calif.; May 13, 2008 - Imagine manufacturing methods that operate at microscopic scales and are versatile enough to produce flexible printed
electronics, photovoltaic structures, flat panel displays, backplanes, RFIDs,
smart tags, sequences of genetic material, or chemical and biological sensors.
Welcome to materials deposition, the new frontier in high-technology manufacturing where the materials deposited can range from UV-curable light-emitting
polymers and conductive fluids to organic ”inks” and DNA, and where their thickness often must be controlled to within a few ten-millionths of a meter.
It’s also where inkjet, specifically drop-on-demand inkjet, or Piezo DOD – a technology traditionally associated with wide-format printing – is quickly finding acceptance on the materials deposition scene as a viable and often valuable manufacturing method.
Inkjet: The Perfect Deposition Technology Broadly defined, the practice of materials deposition involves any method used to deposit a thin film of material onto
a substrate or onto previously deposited layers on a substrate.
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Plus compared to other deposition technologies, Piezo DOD inkjet has the
added advantage of eliminating manufacturing steps and reducing consumable
usage and chemical waste. As a digital technology, inkjet production startup
costs are comparatively low, and expensive materials like liquid silver and DNA
are optimized by jetting them only where they’re needed.
A Quantum Leap However, to compete in the rarefied atmosphere of hightechnology process manufacturing, Piezo DOD must be considerably more precise than the technology used for producing print.
For example, materials deposition demands droplet size tolerances exceeding
those used for print production by orders of magnitude. Instead of jetting ink at
the 30 to 80 picoliter droplet sizes common to print production, high-technology
materials deposition routine.
High tech materials deposition also requires inkjet printheads to handle a comparatively wide variety of fluids for a virtually unlimited range of applications, onto
a broader range and type of substrates and at temperatures that often must be
controlled more closely.
Traditional Piezo DOD inkjet, in short, had to take a quantum leap to be suitable
for handling high-tech materials deposition.
The Shaped Piezo Silicon™ MEMS Breakthrough At Drupa in May 2004, FUJIFILM Dimatix (then known as Spectra, Inc.) introduced its breakthrough Shaped
Piezo Silicon™ MEMS fabrication technology. MicroElectroMechanical Systems, or MEMS, is an advanced manufacturing method that uses techniques
similar to those used in fabricating integrated circuits to create ultra-miniature
inkjet structures within silicon.
In developing the Shaped Piezo Silicon™ method, FUJIFILM Dimatix took
MEMS technology one step further. By manufacturing an entire printhead assembly on a silicon wafer – basically a printhead on a chip – the Shaped Piezo
Silicon™ method produced a new generation of printheads capable of supporting a wide range of fluids from traditional inks to various functional fluids such
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as nanoparticle-based metallic materials.
with traditional product development and prototyping.
Unlike some deposition methods, which flood a surface with functional fluids,
inkjet is both precise and additive, able to deposit the exact amount of material
at the exact locations where it is needed, without waste. This precision makes
it unnecessary to image and pattern, etch and recover waste material – dramatically enhancing inkjet’s attractiveness for use with aggressive, conductive and
reactive fluids and coatings that often must be deposited at precision locations
and in precisely controlled amounts.
The Dimatix Materials Cartridge is a cartridge-based inkjet printhead used with
the DMP and available in 1 pl and 10 pl drop volumes. Based on FUJIFILM Dimatix’ proprietary Shaped Piezo Silicon™ MEMS technology, the 16-jet Dimatix
Materials Cartridge is designed for high-resolution, non-contact jetting of functional fluids in a broad range of applications. The industry-first 1 pl cartridge can
deposit features as small as 20 μm (20 millionths of a meter) to fabricate products
such as organic thin-film transistors (TFTs) and printed circuits. In biotechnology,
the Dimatix Materials Cartridge allows researchers to closely pack large numbers of elements in DNA arrays, to permit more accurate and efficient analyses.
FUJIFILM Dimatix has shipped more than 25,000 Dimatix Materials Cartridges
since its introduction.
FUJIFILM Dimatix’ advance in manufacturing engineering transformed Piezo
DOD from a method primarily suited for industrial print production to one that
also offers unique possibilities and advantages for materials deposition and nanotechnology manufacturing.
Building in a New Direction To commercialize its breakthrough technology, in
May 2005 FUJIFILM Dimatix formally opened its Silicon Valley headquarters,
complete with its Advanced Development Center and silicon MEMS fabrication
facility in Santa Clara, California. In June 2005, the company, founded in 1984
as Spectra, Inc., was renamed as Dimatix to reflect its expansion into digital
materials deposition.
The company’s patented Piezo DOD inkjet printheads already were known the
world over for their ability to sustainably jet ink and many other fluids at high
frequencies and with exceptional precision, without trading off drop placement
accuracy; and for their high duty cycles and long life – traits that allow OEMs and
systems integrators to design advanced systems for industrial print production
that are fast, reliable and economical.
FUJIFILM Dimatix Materials Deposition Products The Materials Deposition
group continues to leverage FUJIFILM Dimatix’ industry-leading ink jet technology and silicon MEMS fabrication processes to develop and produce highperformance precision printhead products and systems for depositing picolitersized droplets of functional fluids such as nanoparticle liquid silver and organic
inks on all types of surfaces.
The Dimatix Materials Printer (DMP) is a bench-top materials deposition system
designed for micro-precision jetting a variety of functional fluids onto virtually
any surface, including plastic, glass, ceramics, and silicon, as well as flexible
substrates from membranes, gels, and thin films to paper products. A complete turnkey system, the DMP facilitates developing and testing manufacturing
processes and product prototypes. It also can be used for low-volume manufacturing of products from flexible circuits, RFID tags and displays to DNA arrays,
and wearable electronics. By employing single-use cartridges that researchers
can fill with their own fluid materials, the DMP system minimizes waste of expensive fluid materials, thereby eliminating the cost and complexity associated
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The SX3 Printhead is a highly compact and lightweight hybrid jetting assembly
designed specifically for micro-fluid deposition. The SX3 delivers a precise 10 pl
drop size through 128 inline jets that can be individually tuned. A silicon nozzle
plate with a non-wetting coating is compatible with the aggressive fluids used in
electronics and other fabrication applications.
The SE3 Printhead similar to the SX3 is a compact and lightweight hybrid jetting
assembly designed for precise drop placement of a slightly larger drop. The SE3
delivers a 35 pl calibrated drop size through 128 inline jets that can be individually
tuned. The silicon nozzle plate has a non-wetting coating and is compatible with
the aggressive fluids used in electronics and other fabrication applications.
For its achievement of the Dimatix Materials Printer, FUJIFILM Dimatix in 2006
was awarded a Nano 50™ Award from Nanotech Briefs® magazine, placing it
in an elite group of technologies, products, and innovators that have or will significantly impact key nanotechnology markets, from automotive and electronics
to biomedical and materials.
Also in 2006, FUJIFILM Dimatix was presented with the first-ever Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal Emerging Technology Award, which it won in the
Biotechnology category for its development of the DMP. The Emerging Technology Awards recognize Silicon Valley companies creating and bringing to market
cutting-edge technologies that have the potential to profoundly impact people
and businesses.
The strength of FUJIFILM Dimatix’ core inkjet printhead technologies, plus its
development of Shaped Piezo Silicon™ MEMS and the Dimatix Materials Printer
and Cartridge, is helping move materials deposition out of the lab and into the
main stream by using new methods to fabricate a new generation of products
not possible only a few years ago.
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For more information, visit www.dimatix.com.
Spectra is a registered trademark and Dimatix, Merlin, Shaped Piezo Silicon and
Tapestry are trademarks of FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc.
Editorial Contact: Edward Chrusciel FUJIFILM Dimatix 603-443-5364 [email protected]
03/27/2008
FUJIFILM Dimatix Technology Used to Pioneer Inkjet
Fabrication of Highly Efficient Solar Cells
Photovoltaic innovator Konarka Technologies reports manufacturing breakthrough using FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet technology for advanced materials deposition.
Santa Clara, Calif.; March 27, 2008 – FUJIFILM Dimatix, the world’s leading
supplier of drop-on-demand inkjet printheads for industrial applications, today
announced that its cartridge-based Dimatix Materials Printer (DMP) has been
used in the world’s first known demonstration of inkjet technology for manufacturing photovoltaic solar cells.
The use of inkjet technology to fabricate the highly efficient solar energy cells
has been called a “breakthrough” by Konarka Technologies, Inc. of Lowell, Massachusetts, which innovated the development and commercialization of Power
Plastic®, a material that converts light to energy.
“Demonstrating the use of inkjet printing technology as a fabrication tool for
highly efficient solar cells and sensors with small area requirements is a major milestone,” commented Rick Hess, president and CEO of Konarka. “This
essential breakthrough in the field of printed solar cells positions Konarka as an
emerging leader in printed photovoltaics,” Hess said.
Researchers from Konarka Technologies published the results of using FUJIFILM Dimatix inkjet technology as a fabrication tool for the controlled deposition
of its photovoltaic material in the journal, Advanced Materials (Volume 19, Issue
22, Pages 3973-3978). According to the company, the demonstration confirms
that organic solar cells can be processed with printing technologies with little
or no loss compared to “clean room” semiconductor technologies such as spin
coating. In addition, inkjet technology is very promising for fabricating photovoltaics because it is compatible with various substrates and it does not require
additional patterning.
The Dimatix Materials Printer is a turnkey, bench-top materials deposition system that leverages FUJIFILM Dimatix’ industry-leading ink jet technology and
Shaped Piezo Silicon™ MEMS fabrication processes in depositing picolitersized droplets of functional fluids on all types of surfaces. By employing single-
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use cartridges that researchers can fill with their own fluid materials, the DMP
system minimizes waste of expensive fluid materials, thereby eliminating the
cost and complexity associated with traditional product development and prototyping. The DMP is suitable for prototyping and low-volume manufacturing, and
the technology is scalable from R&D to production.
About FUJIFILM Dimatix FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of
drop-on-demand inkjet printheads for industrial applications, is driving a revolution in production technology to support a new generation of products for printing, industrial product decoration and materials deposition. The company’s innovative inkjet technology and world-class fabrication techniques enable OEMs,
system integrators and manufacturers to build cutting-edge systems and manufacturing processes for high-performance, precision printing of traditional inks
and deposition of functional fluids on all types of surfaces, including flexible substrates.
A wholly owned subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, FUJIFILM Dimatix is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and maintains U.S. product development
and manufacturing operations in California and New Hampshire. The company sells and supports its products worldwide through offices in the United
States, Europe, Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. For more information, visit
www.dimatix.com.
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trademark of Konarka Technologies, Inc.
Editorial Contact: Edward Chrusciel FUJIFILM Dimatix 603-443-5364 [email protected]
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Digital printing presses
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Printing presses for non-flat objects
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Imprinting (units) devices
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Laboratory printing presses
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Nano technology
02.1845
Tampon printing machines
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
Compact, well-designed, stable, and smart.
http://www.fujipla-japan.com/goods/fullauto_pluster.html
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Laminating machines
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Laminating machines
Security printing machines
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Addressing equipment for printed products
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Research and Development
G.A.M.I. Kimya san. ve. tic. A.S.
Address
Egitim Mah. Kasap Ismail Sok No: 9/2
34722 Istanbul
Turkey
Phone
+90-216349-5052
Fax
+90-216349-6065
Internet address
http://www.morecure.com
Fujipla Europe B.V.
Address
Phone
Fax
Fujipla Europe B.V.
Daiwa Bldg. 9-7, Ginza 1-chome
100-0061 Tokyo
Japan
0081 3 3564 2100
0081 3 3564-2116
E-Mail
Internet address
www.fujipla-japan.com
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E-Mail
[email protected]
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Hall 03, F36 (Page 930)
Product Overview
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G.A.M.I. Kimya san. ve. tic. A.S.
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Printer’s varnishes
Fresh Blood Automatic Laminator
AL-MEISTER PLS3310 PLUSTER Single-Sided Full Automatic Laminator.
This newly developed laminator has unique features.
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Varnish and lamination
UV Varnish
High Gloss Mat PVC Gloss/Mat PVC Edge Band Emboss Effect (sand effect)
Glitter
Am Forst 17
92637 Weiden
Germany
Phone
+49-961-3939-3
Fax
+49-961-3939-400
Internet address
http://www.gallus-group.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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04/30/2008
Setting the background for the new machine, he said: “We have deliberately
targeted the new Gallus ICS 670 at mid size cartons in medium to long run
lengths with a high degree of added value. Independent sources are predicting
this sector of the market will grow substantially over the next five years, which
makes our positioning of the Gallus ICS 670 so exciting.”
The new press sits alongside the Gallus CCS 510 (formerly Gallus KM 510 S) at
the top end of the quality market, complementing the Gallus Intro L/XL models
that serve the low cost and high volume sector.
“Carton converters should know that the Gallus ICS 670 brings new technology
and years of valuable expertise to the market. Its modular design offers the very
latest in production flexibility, including hot foil embossing, which was previously
only available offline,” he added.
Typical target markets for the new press are the highly prized and highly priced
beauty care and cosmetics, personal and healthcare, confectionary, tobacco,
and other non-food areas such as blister cards and clear plastic boxes. The
common thread running through all of them is small format size coupled with
high added value content.
Gallus Stanz- und Druckmaschinen GmbH / BHS...
Ultimate Efficiency in Folding Carton Converting The
new Gallus ICS 670
Gallus describes its exciting new Gallus ICS 670, due to be launched at Drupa
2008, as the ‘the ultimate in efficiency and flexibility for folding carton conversion’. To find out more about this claim we talked to Uli Kretzschmar, Business
Development Manager, who explained the philosophy behind the machine’s development, which is the first collaboration between the Gallus and BHS team
under the new flag Gallus Stanz- und Druckmaschinen GmbH, and identified
the key elements that will make the new Gallus ICS 670 attractive to carton
converters worldwide, all of whom are seeking new ways to protect their profit
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The concept of narrow and mid web carton production is not new. The attraction
of single pass production that converts a blank web of board to a finished folding
carton in the space of a 30 metre footprint at speeds up to 350 m/min (1,140 fpm)
with minimum handling and without the need to stack down pallets of sheets is
appealing.
But, the concept has never really found favour in the more traditionally minded
European market, where sheet fed offset printing and offline converting are dominant. All that is about to change, according to a buoyant Kretzschmar, who says
the new Gallus carton team: “Just can’t wait for Drupa to open!”
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“There are four key features that give the Gallus a clear lead in this market sector:
its platform design; its dedicated inline flat-bed die- cutter; its hot foil embossing
facility; and its capacity to change jobs ‘on the fly’, explained Kretzschmar.
Configurations for the Gallus ICS 670 can include HiDef flexoTM, gravure, and
screen printing, cold foiling, hot foil stamping and embossing, as well as laminating. The bonus with the Gallus FCL 670 flat-bed diecutting unit is that can be
used inline or offline with equal ease and accuracy, and as well as offering the
prospect of cheaper tooling than its rotary counterpart, it is familiar technology
to converters.
Hot foil embossing brings the third dimension into graphic design, which because
of its zero tolerance register, adds an additional and unique element to package printing and significantly to high value product differentiation, so beloved of
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Brand Managers around the world.
Rotary hot foil embossing on the Gallus ICS 670 is contained within one unit,
and can feed up to six foils across the web. It is also fitted with a foil saving
device for maximum foil utilisation.
With increasing demand for graphics or text variations within the production run,
Gallus’ ‘flying imprint’ facility on the new Gallus ICS 670 is a boon. “It allows us
to accommodate these language or graphics variations on the job at full press
speed, which is perfect for regional or test marketing,” explained Kretzschmar.
The additional print unit is set up while disengaged and then accelerated to running speed when required. By allowing the machine to continue at a constant
speed there is no drop in quality and no start up waste. “Perfect for today’s
market,” exclaimed Kretzschmar.
Setting the new Gallus apart is the servo drive and high degree of automation
that offers the optimum level of machine control, pre setting functions and job
recall. Good ergonomics make it a comfortable machine for the operator to use,
which combined with short make ready times and low waste levels, mean the
Gallus is ‘cutting edge’ in the ecology stakes.
“We set out to offer maximum efficiency – before, during and after the print
run,” explained Kretzschmar, alluding to the Gallus ICS 670’s open architecture, which not only facilitates maximum interchange of process units, but also
permits remote diagnostics to optimise machine performance. “Everything from
the performance of the hot air dryers to the automatic register is designed to
improve production efficiency and maximise profit opportunity.”
Looking down the press line for the first time the overall impression is of a well
designed and beautifully finished machine. This is clearly a machine designed
with years of expertise and crafted with the precision of a Swiss watch. Too often
web presses betray their origin with bare side frames and a series of pre-drilled
but unused holes. Not here – this is engineering as an art form.
The infeed section is servo driven to ensure constant web tension and can be
supplemented by automatic roll handling and splice units as well as a corona
treater for pre-laminated board of plastic substrates. The printing section, platform in nature, offers a slide-in - slide-out facility for HiDef flexoTM, gravure and
screen heads, as well as laminating, cold foiling, hot foil stamping and hologram
insetting. All can be changed without breaking the web. Hot foil embossing is,
of necessity, a fixed unit, while reverse side printing and a variety of drying or
curing systems may be specified according to customer requirement and brand
preference. Thanks to its complete modular design, the machine configuration
can easily be extended to adapt to changing market demands and job requirements.
both easy to set up and operate inline or offline. It sheets the printed web before
creasing, embossing and die-cutting. After stripping, the die-cut carton blanks
are separated (de-nested) and then delivered on a shingle conveyor or optional
stacking unit. The advantage of the concept is the total flexibility to finish the
job simultaneous to printing inline with the Gallus ICS 670, or convert the pre
printed web offline at a later more convenient time. Capable of 350 strokes/min,
the Gallus FCL will allow the inline machine system to run at 220 m/min (720
fpm).
Maximum printing and processing web width, as its name implies, is 670 mm
(26”) on a 690 mm web (27”). Standard rolls can be up to 1800 mm (70”) diameter with an option of 2100 mm (82”). Minimum and maximum repeats are
330 and 820 mm respectively (13” and 32”), while the repeat length is infinitely
variable thanks to the servo drive.
Board capability is from 180 to 600 gsm (37 to 123 pounds per msf) with a maximum thickness of 750 micron (30 points). Plastic substrates for clear box applications like PET and OPP as well as paper down to 60 gsm (12 pounds per
msf) can also be processed.
But, the new Gallus ICS 670 is more than these statistics and engineering it is
a genuine and exciting alternative to traditional carton thinking – thinking that
has seen profit margins shrink around the world in successive years. “We have
combined the know how of two market leaders to create this machine, not to be
seen as just another competitor in the inline market, but to offer the hard pressed
carton converter an opportunity to develop his business into new and profitable
areas previously outside his capability – and do it in the knowledge that Gallus
and BHS experience is supporting him,” added Kretzschmar.
The proof of what Gallus says will be available for all who visit Drupa 2008 to
witness in Hall 3 Stand F17, where it will be demonstrating two different jobs, a
value added sun cream carton, using HiDef UV-flexoTM printing and varnishing,
screen printing, laminating, hot foil embossing with micro embossing, creasing
and die-cutting, and a generic soccer kit carton, using HiDef UV-flexoTM printing
and varnishing, window punching, creasing and die-cutting.
The need for lateral thinking has never been more important than in today’s
ultra competitive carton market, and Gallus believes it has timed the launch of
its new machine system to perfection. If the buzz generated by the Gallus ICS
670 inside the company can be translated to the converters, it may be that the
time for inline carton production has finally reached maturity.
For more information, please contact: Stefan Hagn Gallus Stanz- und Druckmaschinen GmbH Am Forst 17, D-92637 Weiden T: 0049-961-3939-510 E:
[email protected] www.gallus-group.com
The Gallus FCL 670 (Flat-bed Cut Line) is a sophisticated, heavy duty unit that is
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02.1205
Printing and die-cutting machines, automated
(combined)
Folding box making machines
Ultimate Efficiency in Folding Carton Converting The new Gal
Gallus describes its exciting new Gallus ICS 670, due to be launched at
Drupa 2008, as the the ultimate in efficiency and flexibility for folding carton
conversion . To find out more about this claim we talked to Uli Kretzschmar,
02.1300
Label printing machines
02.1405
Flexographic presses, webfed - wide
02.1410
Flexographic presses, webfed - narrow
02.1630
Embossing and punching machinery
02.1635
Hot stamping machines
02.1780
Screen printing machines, web-fed
attraction of single pass production that converts a blank web of board to a finished
02.1785
Screen printing devices and aids
folding carton in the space of a 30 metre footprint at speeds up to 350 m/min
(1,140
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fpm) with minimum handling and without the need to stack down pallets of sheets
is
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appealing.
04.1230
Folding box printing and stamping machines
(combined)
04.1290
Piston operated stamping machines
04.1515
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04.1525
Presses, inline converting, cartons
medium to long run lengths with a high degree of added value.
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
Independent sources are predicting this sector of the market will grow substantially
Business Development Manager, who explained the
philosophy behind the machine s development, which is the first
collaboration between the Gallus and BHS team under the new flag
Gallus Stanz- und Druckmaschinen GmbH, and identified the key
elements that will make the new Gallus ICS 670 attractive to carton
converters worldwide, all of whom are seeking new ways to protect their profit
margins while remaining competitive for their customers.
The concept of narrow and mid web carton production is not new. The
But, the concept has never really found favour in the more traditionally minded
European market, where sheet fed offset printing and offline converting are
dominant. All that is about to change, according to a buoyant Kretzschmar, who
says the new Gallus carton team: Just can t wait for Drupa to open!
Setting the background for the new machine, he said: We have
deliberately targeted the new Gallus ICS 670 at mid size cartons in
over the next five years, which makes our positioning of the Gallus ICS 670 so
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exciting.
The new press sits alongside the Gallus CCS 510 (formerly Gallus KM 510 S)
at the
Gandinnovations
Address
5975 Falbourne Street
L5R 3V8 Mississauga, Ontario
Canada
Phone
+1-2103449566
Fax
+1-2103449569
Internet address
www.gandinnovations.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
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top end of the quality market, complementing the Gallus Intro L/XL models that
serve the low cost and high volume sector.
Carton converters should know that the Gallus ICS 670 brings new
technology and years of valuable expertise to the market. Its modular design
offers
the very latest in production flexibility, including hot foil embossing, which was
previously only available offline, he added.
Typical target markets for the new press are the highly prized and highly priced
beauty care and cosmetics, personal and healthcare,
confectionary, tobacco, and other non-food areas such as blister cards and clear
plastic boxes. The common thread running through all of them is small format
size
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coupled with high added value content.
There are four key features that give the Gallus a clear lead in this market sector:
its platform design; its dedicated inline flat-bed die- cutter; its hot foil embossing
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Gandinnovations
Gandinnovations reaches new heights with the
NanoJet at drupa 2008
facility; and its capacity to change jobs on the fly , explained Kretzschmar.
Configurations for the Gallus ICS 670 can include HiDef flexoTM, gravure, and
screen printing, cold foiling, hot foil stamping and embossing, as well as laminating.
The bonus with the Gallus FCL 670 flat-bed diecutting unit is that can be used
inline
or offline with equal ease and accuracy, and as well as offering the prospect of
cheaper tooling than its rotary counterpart, it is familiar technology to converters.
Hot foil embossing brings the third dimension into graphic design, which because
of
its zero tolerance register, adds an additional and unique element to package
printing and significantly to high value product differentiation, so beloved of Brand
Managers around the world.
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Announcing newest grand format UV digital printer in Hall 5, Stand A23
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada | May 12, 2008 - Gandinnovations a world leader
in grand format digital printer innovations will launch its newest grand format UV
digital printer at drupa. The NanoJet UV True Flatbed digital printer will be on
display on the Gandinnovations booth in Hall 5, Stand A23.
Photo-Realistic printing on the new Jeti
The Nanojet uses the latest in digital print technology and is specifically designed to print outstanding photo-realistic quality outputs. Equipped with a silicon nozzle plate, the NanoJet uses 24 Spectra high performance print heads.
This 15 pico liter head is specifically designed to deliver high resolution droplets.
Printing at speeds of 220sqft/hr (20.4sqm/hr) in photo-realistic mode with superb
results, the NanoJet has a print area of 4’ x 8’ and prints in 6 colors at 800dpi, using Gandinnovations UV-curable branded inks. The strong vacuum table on the
NanoJet holds virtually any rigid material in place up to 5 cm (2”) in thickness and
the specially designed table uses a linear motion system to control movement,
ensuring perfect registration on rigid and flexible materials every time. Ideal for
high quality display printing on Glass, Acrylics, Dibond, Aluminum, Wood, Steel,
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Coroplast, Formboard and Styren, the NanoJet is a true winner for any printshop
needing to output photo-realistic quality products.
Be one of the first to see this high quality digital printer produce LIVE photorealistic prints at the Gandinnovations booth – Hall 5, Stand A23
———————————- About Gandinnovations
Founded in 2001, Gandinnovations offers several models of UV flatbeds, Roll-toRoll Solvent and UV Roll-to-Roll printers for a wide variety of commercial applications. Flatbed models print on rigid and flexible substrates to create poster-sized
advertisements, point of purchase displays, or can be used for applications as
diverse as adding wood-grain finish to furnishings and flooring. Roll-to-roll printers are typically used for vinyl billboards, truck and bus wraps, but may also be
used to create material such as wallpaper.
Gandinnovations’ range of grand-format printers are designed to meet the needs
of the industry, including true 600 dpi, UV flatbed and roll-to-roll printers, three
and five-meter solvent printers, solvent printers using 24, or 48 Spectra print
heads and offering many technological advantages, including an automated
head wiping system, modular camera used to print perfect back to back registration for backlit applications, and the state of the art nozzle replacement system
for perfect print quality every time. Since introduced in November 2002, over
1,400 Jeti Printers have been sold in more than 150 countries worldwide.
Gandinnovations headquarters are in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada with sales
and service in San Antonio, Texas. Additional offices are located in Mexico City,
India, South Africa, Belgium, Dubai and Hong Kong, with service centrers worldwide.
For more information about Gandinnovations and its products, visit the company’s website at www.gandinnovations.com, or call 1-866 500 JETI (5384).
05/20/2008
Gandinnovations reaches new heights with the
NanoJet at drupa 2008
Be one of the first to see this high quality digital printer produce LIVE photorealistic prints at the Gandinnovations booth – Hall 5, Stand A23
———————————- About Gandinnovations
Founded in 2001, Gandinnovations offers several models of UV flatbeds, Roll-toRoll Solvent and UV Roll-to-Roll printers for a wide variety of commercial applications. Flatbed models print on rigid and flexible substrates to create poster-sized
advertisements, point of purchase displays, or can be used for applications as
diverse as adding wood-grain finish to furnishings and flooring. Roll-to-roll printers are typically used for vinyl billboards, truck and bus wraps, but may also be
used to create material such as wallpaper.
Gandinnovations’ range of grand-format printers are designed to meet the needs
of the industry, including true 600 dpi, UV flatbed and roll-to-roll printers, three
and five-meter solvent printers, solvent printers using 24, or 48 Spectra print
heads and offering many technological advantages, including an automated
head wiping system, modular camera used to print perfect back to back registration for backlit applications, and the state of the art nozzle replacement system
for perfect print quality every time. Since introduced in November 2002, over
1,100 Jeti Printers have been sold in more than 150 countries worldwide.
Gandinnovations headquarters are in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada with sales
and service in San Antonio, Texas. Additional offices are located in Mexico City,
India, South Africa, Belgium, Dubai and Hong Kong, with service centrers worldwide.
Announcing newest grand format UV digital printer in Hall 5, Stand A23
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada | May 12, 2008 - Gandinnovations a world leader
in grand format digital printer innovations will launch its newest grand format UV
digital printer at drupa. The NanoJet UV True Flatbed digital printer will be on
display on the Gandinnovations booth in Hall 5, Stand A23.
Photo-Realistic printing on the new Jeti
The Nanojet uses the latest in digital print technology and is specifically designed to print outstanding photo-realistic quality outputs. Equipped with a silicon nozzle plate, the NanoJet uses 24 Spectra high performance print heads.
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This 15 pico liter head is specifically designed to deliver high resolution droplets.
Printing at speeds of 220sqft/hr (20.4sqm/hr) in photo-realistic mode with superb
results, the NanoJet has a print area of 4’ x 8’ and prints in 6 colors at 800dpi, using Gandinnovations UV-curable branded inks. The strong vacuum table on the
NanoJet holds virtually any rigid material in place up to 5 cm (2”) in thickness and
the specially designed table uses a linear motion system to control movement,
ensuring perfect registration on rigid and flexible materials every time. Ideal for
high quality display printing on Glass, Acrylics, Dibond, Aluminum, Wood, Steel,
Coroplast, Formboard and Styren, the NanoJet is a true winner for any printshop
needing to output photo-realistic quality products.
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02/26/2008
Gandinnovations introduce the Cyclone UV Liquid
Laminator by Alliance Technology to their product line.
Gandinnovations a world leader in grand format digital printer innovation; have
introduced the Cyclone UV Liquid Laminator which is made by Alliance Technol-
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ogy to their product line. The launch of this new UV product is a prefect printing
add-on solutions for our Jeti UV True Flatbed digital printers. 2000 - 5000 sheets
per/hr... Lighting fast.
This latest UV product to be added to Gandi’s grand format digital printers portfolio is a prefect add-on solution for our Jeti UV True Flatbed digital printers. Specially designed for rigid materials up to 2 inches think. The Cyclone is equipped
with UV light, which can laminate between 30-110 linear ft/min, the specially designed UV lamp allows for super fast drying, this allows the user to lay down a
variable thickness of laminate. The dryer has a lower stand-by lamp setting to
conserve energy. The Cyclone is compatible with our new Premium UV-curable
inks, which are featured in all 3 of our Jeti Flatbed printers. Gandinnovations
provides a very durable clear varnish that is scratch resistant and protects the
finished print for outdoor use when applied on many substrates.
The Cyclone UV Liquid Laminator now gives our customers the ability to apply a glossy or matte finish to their finished prints without waiting or losing any
downtime.
The laminator accommodates two 5-gal containers of liquid laminate, allowing
users to change from a gloss to matte laminate just by closing and opening
valves, the self-contained units require minimal clean-up. The Cyclone UV Liquid Laminator will be available in 2 models Cyclone UV60 and Cyclone UV80.
Cyclone UV60 Max. Coating Width 60” (1.6meters) Coating Thickness: 6 to 18
microns
Speeds and Dimensions: Coater/Dryer Speed: 30-110 ft/min Coater Size: 38”
x 105” x 62” Dryer Size: 96” x 90” x 50” Coater Weight: 950 lbs (431 kg) Dryer
Weight: 2,750 lbs (1,250 kg) ——————–
Cyclone UV80 Max. Coating Width 80” (2 meters) Coating Thickness: 6 to 18
microns
Speeds and Dimensions: Coater/Dryer Speed: 30-110 ft/min Coater Size: 45” x
128” x 65” Dryer Size: 96” x 114” x 52” Coater Weight: 1,140 lbs (518 kg) Dryer
Weight: 2,950 lbs (1,341 kg)
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Gandinnovations unleash the perfect solution for
Outdoor application with the 5 meter UV JetStream
RTR Printer.
Gandinnovations a world leader in grand format digital printer innovation, today
has launched its new grand format UV digital printing solutions for 2008, the
jeti5024 UV JetStream Roll-To-Roll 4 Color 5 meter digital printer. 110 sqm/hr
(1185sqft/hr) @ 300dpi output… beautiful and fast.
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This latest advancement to be added to Gandi’s grand format UV digital printers portfolio is the Jeti5024 UV JetStream RTR, which is now available in a 4
Color configuration, featuring 24 (80 picoliter) Spectra print heads. The Grand
Format Digital Printer is the best-in-class digital UV system, maximizing speeds
and cost effectiveness for end-users. Capable of printing fast high quality images at speeds of 1,185 sqft/hr (110 sqm/hr) in 3-pass Billboard mode with no
banding at 300 dpi, which is perfect for Outdoor application. These speeds have
been tested for acceptance in different applications and on a variety of materials
including 100% PE eco-friendly.
Designed for 24/7 productivity with a single operator intervention, the Jeti5024
UV JetStream RTR 4 Color Printer is the best productive digital solution for outdoor applications in speed and quality for billboards and building wraps.
The Jeti5024 gives the prefect print every time, with brighter images and solid
colors using dedicated environmentally friendly UV-curable Premium inks, these
specially formulated inks yield a wider color gamut and exhibit excellent flexibility
and superior adhesion on a variety of materials including 100% PE eco-friendly.
This complete printing solution provides an economic advantage for our customers.
Demonstrations on the Jeti5024 are currently available at Gandinnovations
headquarters in Mississauga, Canada.
02/26/2008
Gandinnovations; Stable and Opaque, GUV White Inks.
Gandinnovations a world leader in grand format digital printer innovation, today
has launched a new high density UV curable white ink that allows printing on
many colored rigid substrates and achieve a brilliant white in one pass without
any shadow effect. This new white also has much better adhesion to many
rigid materials including corrugated plastic, styrene, PVC, acrylic and even other
exotic substrates like metals, leather, brown cardboard stock and many more.
Additionally, the GUV (Gandi UV) white ink can be used as a “spot” color to bring
into focus certain parts of an image printed on colored substrates and even on
transparent media.
Gandinnovations has also made this new white with using a very flexible formula
so it will not crack even when the rigid substrate is bent 360 degrees. This gives
the flexibility to use it in many applications. We have also used excellent white
pigments to give good outdoor life without discoloring and cracking. And just
like all our UV-curable inks, the GUV White ink is a 100% solvent-free formulation using only the safest radiation curable raw materials that does not result in
the emission of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) making it both safe to use
and environmentally friendly thereby reducing worker exposure to hazardous
substances and environmental pollution.
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This specially formulated white ink developed at Gandinnovations features a
unique chemistry that imparts excellent adhesion, flexibility and outdoor durability. The proprietary manufacturing process and additives used to produce this
UV white ink makes it possible to disperse more pigment into the formula while
still keeping a stable sub-micron white ink suspension. This means that it is now
possible to achieve greater opacity with less amounts of ink laid down with one
print pass, where competitive UV curable white inks usually require more ink laid
down and more than one print pass.
Gandi’s innovative and world-renowned UV product portfolio, comprising the
Jeti1224 true flatbed has a 4ft x 8ft print area, Jeti 2030 X-2 true flatbed has
a 6ft 6” x 10ft (2 x 3 meter) print area, and Jeti3150 X-2 true flatbed has a 5ft x
10ft print area. All our UV True Flatbed Printers provide an economic advantage
to the customer and create a complete printing solution that ensures full system
compatibility.
05/02/2008
Gandinnovations unveils the best in grand format
digital printers at drupa 2008
Announcing new range of grand format digital printers for outdoor and billboard
applications
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, April 17, 2008 – Gandinnovations, a world leader
in grand format digital printer innovations will be showcasing its top of the range
products at drupa 2008, in Hall 5 booth#a23.
Key highlights include the introduction of the new NanoJet UV True Flatbed digital printer, the new Jeti 3348 Jetstream UV RTR digital printer and the awardwinning Jeti 3324 Aquajet Direct-to-Fabric digital printer as well as its full Jeti
range of grand format digital printers.
Reaching new heights in quality and speed
During the world cup of print shows, Gandinnovations will lead the way in showcasing its grand format digital print technology with a full Jeti range of grand format digital printers in action. The company will unveil the new NanoJet UV True
Flatbed digital printer which uses the latest in digital print technology. Specifically designed to print photo-realistic quality outputs, the NanoJet uses 24 Spectra high performance print heads. Equipped with a silicone nozzle plate, this 15
pico liter head is specifically designed to deliver high resolution droplets. Printing at speeds of 220sqft/hr (20.4sqm/hr) in Photo-Realistic mode with superb
results, the NanoJet has a print area of 4’ x 8’ and prints in 6 colors at 1200dpi,
using Gandinnovations UV-curable branded inks. The NanoJet is a true winner
for any printshop needing to output a high quality product. Perfect for high quality
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display printing on Glass, Acrylics, Diobond, Aluminum, wood, steel, coroplast,
formboard, styrene and much more. At drupa, Gandinnovations will present the
Jeti3348 Jetstream UV RTR, its brand new 3-meter UV RTR digital printer which
prints at lightning speeds of 2500 sqft/hr (230sqm/hr) in a 4-color configuration
and features 48 Spectra print heads. The new unit uses Gandinnovations’ UVcurable branded inks on a variety of materials including 100% PE eco-friendly
polyethylene and is well suited for all types of outdoor applications. The Jeti3348
Jetstream UV RTR will also be available with a back-lit camera option enabling
reverse printing of the material and comes with perfect registration allowing brilliant backlit signage. The Jeti3348 Jetstream UV RTR is the best productive
digital print solution for outdoor applications in speed and quality for billboards,
backlit signage and building wraps.
Live demonstrations of the Jeti 3324 Aquajet Direct-to-Fabric digital printer,
Gandinnovations’ “European Digital Press” 2008 Award-winning unit will take
place during the show. Bringing colors and images alive using Gandinnovations
formulated, Waterbase Dye Dispersed Inks printing in 6 colors at 400dpi, this
new digital printer will provide customers with the opportunity to witness its outstanding performance which has already created a huge buzz in the industry.
The Jeti 3324 Aquajet Direct-to-Fabric digital printer creates the ultimate colors
that are brilliant, fade resistant, and literally burst to life from a full range of fabrics
– flag, banner, and textile materials.
Hary Gandy, President of Gandinnovations is eager to show the company’s latest product innovations: “The Jeti 3324 Aquajet now achieves bold, vibrant, solid
colors printing direct to all fabrics. For direct color, printing to paper first is no
longer necessary. It is single process now which enables printshops to save
time and money.”
The high speed Jeti 2030 X-2 UV True Flatbed digital printer will also be on show
during the event. Printing at speeds of 1400sqft/hr (140sqm/hr) in billboard production mode, this unit uses 48 Spectra print heads. This true flatbed digital
printer has a print area of 2m x 3m equipped with a strong 3 zone sectional vacuum table, which holds virtually any rigid substrate in place up to 5 cm (2”) in
thickness. The Jeti 2030 X-2 UV prints in 6 colors or 4 colors and uses the company’s 2008 award-winning white ink and clear varnish with outstanding quality
and speed.
Gandinnovations will also demonstrate its Jeti 3324 Solvent RTR digital printer.
This unit is the best productive digital solution for billboards, building and vehicle
wraps. When printed with the company’s branded solvent inks, it offers a 3M
performance guarantee.
James Gandy, CEO and Chairman of Gandinnovations concludes: “We are
looking forward to meeting drupa’s global and international audience and
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present Gandinnovations’ outstanding product range. Our new innovative Aquajet direct-to-fabric digital printer will enable us to reach new markets and service new customers. The new Jeti3348 Jetstream UV RTR and the high-quality
Nanojet reinforce our global approach as industry leaders. We warmly invite everyone who is interested in the company’s latest developments in grand format
digital printers to visit us in Düsseldorf.”
Come and visit us at Drupa in Hall 5 at Booth#a23
About Gandinnovations
Founded in 2001, Gandinnovations offers several models of UV flatbeds, Roll-toRoll Solvent and UV Roll-to-Roll printers for a wide variety of commercial applications. Flatbed models print on rigid and flexible substrates to create poster-sized
advertisements, point of purchase displays, or can be used for applications as
diverse as adding wood-grain finish to furnishings and flooring. Roll-to-roll printers are typically used for vinyl billboards, truck and bus wraps, but may also be
used to create material such as wallpaper.
Gandinnovations’ range of grand-format printers are designed to meet the needs
of the industry, including true 600 dpi, UV flatbed and roll-to-roll printers, three
and five-meter solvent printers, solvent printers using 24, or 48 Spectra print
heads and offering many technological advantages, including an automated
head wiping system, modular camera used to print perfect back to back registration for backlit applications, and the state of the art nozzle replacement system
for perfect print quality every time. Since introduced in November 2002, over
1,100 Jeti Printers have been sold in more than 150 countries worldwide.
Gandinnovations headquarters are in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada with sales
and service in San Antonio, Texas. Additional offices are located in Mexico City,
India, South Africa, Belgium, Dubai and Hong Kong, with service centrers worldwide.
For more information about Gandinnovations and its products, visit the company’s website at www.gandinnovations.com, or call 1-866 500 JETI (5384).
02/26/2008
Direct to Fabric….results, Vibrant Colors!
Gandinnovations debuts Jeti 3324 Aquajet Our first 3
Meter Direct –to-Fabric One process printer to use
Water Based Dye Inks.
“The Jeti 3324 Aquajet opens up a new niche in an already exclusive market,
creating sharper, more effervescent colors and images than the industry has
ever seen before.”
Gandinnovation are renowned for its production of high performance printers
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and pushes the envelope even further with the introduction of the Jeti 3324
Aquajet Gandinnovations first 3 meter wide Direct-to-Fabric printer using Specially In-house formulated, Water base Dye Sublimation Inks that allows printing
direct to any polyester base fabric and achieve vibrant colors that pop out. Special built in infrared heaters allow the colors to pop out with no need for any extra
equipment for curing. Now you can print fabric direct and have a finished product with vibrant colors come off the Jeti 3324 Aquajet with no need for any extra
process.
The Jet 3324 Aquajet featuring 24 Spectra Water based Special Edition print
heads available in 6 color, 600 dpi resolution giving ultra real images that can
compete with any high resolution printer in the market yet giving production
speeds over 100sqm/hr.
“Now, achieve bold, vibrant, solid colors when you print direct to fabric. We’ve
eliminated the old system of printing to paper first for direct color. It’s one process that will save print shops time and money,” says Hary Gandy, President of
worldwide sales for Gandinnovations.
Each successive generation of Jeti printers from Gandinnovations has extended
the bounds of both performance and durability. The latest generation Jeti may
be the most successful ever. The Jeti 3324 Aquajet is designed to optimize the
workload of industrial textile printing environments.
”It’s a perfect marriage of conventional textile printing needs and innovative digital convenience,” adds Gandy. Sturdy Jeti printer construction ensures maximum performance and reliability in a 24-7 production environment. With the Jeti
3324 Aquajet a textile print shop can meet its full potential of heavy production
demands at a lower cost while producing high quality images at greater speeds.
Printings direct to Polyester based fabrics are easy with the Jeti 3324 Aquajet
and the results are bright colors second to none. Not only are the waster-based
Aqueous Inks, produced by Gandinnovations™ environmentally friendly, they
also deliver vivid and durable graphic images.
Reliable jetting performance is a must for any printing business. Aqueous Inks
when used in combination with the Jeti 3324 Aquajet create the ultimate colors
that are brilliant, fade resistant, and literally burst to life from a full range of fabrics
– flag, banner, and textile materials, almost anything on which it’s printed.
“You have to see it print to believe it. The quality and speed is amazing! The
Jeti 3324 Aquajet is designed to optimize workload of industrial textile printing
environments, and our unique enhancements put this printer in a league of it
own.” James Gandy CEO & Chairman for Gandinnovations.
Enhancements made to the Jeti 3324 Aquajet are subtle but purposeful. The Jeti
3324 Aquajet is fully equipped with an in-line retro fixation system that ensures
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dramatic colors and clean graphics on Polyester based fabrics, either knitted or
woven, this process guarantees the prints are ready for wind-up.
Unique to the Jeti 3324 Aquajet is an integrated air cutter/slitter system made
up of 3 high temperature-slitting units attached on the rewind rollers that allow
you to slit and seal the fabric to the finished required sizes. To avoid any fumes
the Jeti 3324 Aquajet has a built in venting system, and a separate Air Cleaning
Unit included with the printer. The Unique beveled media rollers make sure all
types of fabrics are centered on the printer at all time for accurate print quality
and registration.
The Industrial fabric unwinds system with tension and edge position control, and
end-of-roll detection minimizes operator intervention and facilitates printing of
a wide variety of fabrics. The rewind system is designed to accept industry
standard 75mm (3 inch) tube cores.
The Jeti 3324 Aquajet is unquestionably the fastest 3.3m (10’10”) meter grandformat digital printer designed explicitly for the fabric and textile printing industry.
“We’ve added our new 24 Spectra Water based Special Edition print heads to
meet the high resolution needs of the printing industry and maintained highspeed performance,” says Gandy.
“We will continue to place emphasis on perfecting technology. If it has our name
on it, be assured that it is the most advanced high-speed, high-resolution printer
engineered at the lowest possible cost. Really, you have to see it print to believe
it. The combination of quality and speed is amazing!” adds Gandy.
02/26/2008
Gandinnovations Launches Next Generation of
Premium UV Inks.
Gandinnovations has launched a new range of Jeti Premium UV-curable
Inks. These specially formulated inks have been developed and manufactured by Gandinnovations, in collaboration with its OEM partners worldwide,
for use in our famous Jeti Flatbed Series Printers. The new UV-curable inks
exhibit excellent flexibility and superior adhesion to polymeric substrates like
acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS), coroplast, polycarbonate, polystyrene,
different grades of PVC, polyolefins, polyesters and many others. These new UV
inks will guarantee the customer’s finished printed product, whether it is on roll
stock or rigid substrate, does not peel, flake or chip when cut on any automated
dye cutter or router machine.
substances and environmental pollution.
The Jeti Premium UV-curable Inks are manufactured using only the most lightfast pigments such as those used in the automotive industry, which make the
inks suitable for use on outdoor displays such as billboards, automotive decorations and vehicle wraps.
These new Premium UV-curable Ink sets also yield a wider colour gamut which
includes white and clear for unique applications, The printed finished colours
are more vibrant and sharp, this will give the customer more flexibility with their
colour range ensuring they can hit the benchmark colour every time. Gandi’s
innovative and world-renowned UV product portfolio, comprising the Jeti1224
true flatbed has a 4ft x 8ft print area, Jeti 2030 X-2 true flatbed has a 6ft 6” x 10ft
(2 x 3 meter) print area, and Jeti3150 X-2 true flatbed has a 5ft x 10ft print area.
All our UV True Flatbed Printers provide an economic advantage to the customer
and create a complete printing solution that ensures full system compatibility.
Product Overview
Gandinnovations
01.1070
Image processing software
01.1190
Ink formulating systems
01.1195
Ink pre-setting systems & plate scanners
01.1280
Printing down equipment
02.1235
Printing presses for non-flat objects
02.1495
Printing-down equipment for photographic films and
papers
02.1500
Printing-down equipment for screen printing stencils
These new Premium UV-curable inks are a unique 100% solvent-free formulation using only the safest radiation curable raw materials that does not result
in the emission of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). This makes them both
safe to use and environmentally friendly reducing worker exposure to hazardous
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02.1780
Screen printing machines, web-fed
04.1385
Varnish and lamination
04.1695
Wallpaper making machines
05.1090
Ink, Flexo Printing
05.1175
Ink rollers
05.1445
Screen printing fabrics
06.1020
Printing formes for offset printing
Product Overview
Gateway Bookbinding Systems Ltd.
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
03.1155
Book manufacturing lines
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
04.1640
Stationery production machines
05.1080
Wire and plastic bindings
Product Details
04.1640
Gateway Bookbinding Systems Ltd.
Address
Head Office
R2J 4J8 Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada
Phone
001-204-663-9214
Fax
001-204-663-7905
Internet address
www.plastikoil.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, D76 (Page 962)
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Stationery production machines
PLASTIKOIL® Concept QS Single & QS2 Dual Interline systems
In-house manufacturing of plastic spiral binding with interlined automated coil insertion. Production speeds up
to 1400 books per hour.
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After prints are laminated, they are separated with the aid of a track-mounted
snapping assembly that remains stationary while running and maintaining its
grip over the entire sheet. The result is clean and accurate separation of prints
before they enter the stacker.
GBC Commercial Laminating Solution Group
Address
Mercuriusstraat 9
6468 ES Kerkrade
Netherlands
Phone
+31 45 5357676
Fax
+31 45 5357878
Internet address
http://www.gbcfilm.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 11, D05 (Page 958)
Company News
06/07/2008
A single operator can easily control all critical functions of the 8500HS Cyclone
from one of the two touch-screen monitors that have been strategically placed on
the system. At the main screen, the operator can quickly configure job settings
including sheet length, speed ratios, film tension and separation. Job parameters can be stored in memory for recurring jobs. GBC Commercial Laminating
Solutions Group GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the
American multinational ACCO Brands Corporation, specializes in manufacturing, marketing and distribution of thermal and pressure-sensitive laminating film
and equipment. The company offers a wide range of quality films for laminating
offset prints, such as book covers and luxury packaging, wide format prints for
indoor and outdoor usage, encapsulation applications, etc.
GBC Commercial Laminating Solution Group
GBC Introduces 8500HS Cyclone for Ultra High-speed
Lamination at drupa 2008, stand D05 - Hall 11
Düsseldorf (Germany), May 29, 2008 - GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions
Group, part of ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) and world market leader
in print finishing equipment and consumables , is unveiling their fastest and most
advanced commercial laminating system at drupa 2008 in Dusseldorf, May 29 June 11. Running at speeds up to 500 ft. (150 m) per minute, the GBC 8500HS
Cyclone offers greater productivity than any other system in this market.
Besides its astounding speed, the 8500HS Cyclone can accommodate sheet
widths up to 44 in. (112 cm). Three models are available for sheet lengths of 31
in. (79 cm), 44 in. (112 cm), and 56 in. (142 cm). At drupa 2008, GBC will be
running the 56 in. model.
The technologically advanced 8500HS Cyclone includes an integrated highspeed MABEG® feeder that can run up to 18,000 sheets per hour. MABEG
feeders are known worldwide for their reliability and accuracy.
State-of-the-art engineering developed GBC’s new Advanced Adhesion Mechanism that will be seen for the first time at drupa ’08. Located in the lamination
unit of the 8500HS Cyclone, this mechanism is designed to improve bonding at
all speeds.
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GBC’s commercial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 metres
per minute up to 150 metres per minute while providing solutions for high-speed
commercial lamination and offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commercial film, made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat® substrates,
is designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality.
For on-demand lamination requirements, GBC offers small and medium format
single-sided laminating units available with a selection of special films for digital
prints and low to mid volume offset prints. GBC’s range of wide format laminators can be used to laminate large format digital prints and photographic prints.
GBC’s Octiva® and Arctic® lines of thermal and pressure-sensitive films have
been developed to satisfy wide format finishing needs.
The GBC name and the GBC logo are registered trademarks of GBC Film Products Group. All other product and company names are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
06/07/2008
GBC team sets Guinness World Record with the new
GBC 8500HS Cyclone laminator during drupa 2008
Düsseldorf (GERMANY) - June 2, 2008 – GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, part of ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) and world market
leader in print finishing equipment and consumables, successfully achieved a
new Guinness World Record at drupa 2008 by setting the fastest time for laminating 102,2 square metres of paper,- size 70 x 100 cm in just 40,53 seconds. The
new GBC 8500HS Cyclone laminating system and GBC High Bonding Strength
(HBS) film – both debuted at drupa – were put to the test in this first-ever laminating challenge. The well-attended event took place on June 2nd at GBC’s
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stand D05 in Hall 11. Gareth Deaves, an adjudicator from the Guinness Book
of World Records, confirmed the time of the lamination run and presented an
award to the jubilant GBC team.
This extraordinary technical endeavour began with the “go” signal when the first
sheet entered the laminator. Only the portion of the paper surface actually covered by the laminating film was measured. The clock was stopped when the
last sheet to complete the 100 square meters exited the laminator. Witnesses
and the adjudicator from the Guinness Book of World Records verified that the
sheets were properly laminated, without creases or air pockets, and that the total
laminated surface was at least 100 square metres.
Ron Butterman, GBC Director of Marketing, comments: ”We are extremely
proud of Mark Elman, Glenn Koepke, Tony Mertlik and all the talented engineers on the team for their efforts to develop this world-class laminator. Thanks
to their skills, we have attained this new Guinness Book of Records milestone
– and also provided a convincing demonstration of how printers can finish their
own output in record time.”
The GBC 8500HS Cyclone is a commercial laminator designed for single-sided
lamination of high-volume print runs. Running at speeds up to 150 m (500 ft)
per minute, this system can cut production time by one-half or more without
sacrificing accuracy, control, and quality. Its generous 112 cm (44 in) width offers versatility and also lets users run prints landscape-wise, further increasing
productivity.
A high-precision MABEG® feeder, known worldwide for its powerful and reliable
accuracy, controls the feeding and transport of printed sheets. A unique suction
cup configuration allows the MABEG® to consistently feed up to 18,000 sheets
per hour.
Built for speed
The key to the GBC 8500HS Cyclone’s high-speed, high-quality output is innovative new technology that improves adhesion at ultra-high speeds, and then
separates each sheet accurately without tearing or slowing the process.
With precise controls and strong adhesion at extremely high speeds, the GBC
8500HS Cyclone also delivers maximum efficiency. Operator friendly, it is easy
to quickly configure job settings from feeding through stacking, including paper
movement, sheet overlap, speed, film tension and separation. Job parameters can also be retained in memory for recurring jobs. A touch-screen control
monitor reports productivity by shift, day and job, including film used and time
remaining on the job.
Consistent adhesion
During the Guinness World Record event, the GBC 8500HS Cyclone impressed
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the visitors with its innovative new technology that ensures consistent adhesion
when running at ultra-high speeds. An efficient closed-loop water heating system enables the laminator to maintain a stable operating temperature, even on
long runs. After leaving the laminator, an electronically controlled, motorized
decurling bar removes excess curl in the laminated sheets for consistently flat
output.
At the system’s separator, a track-mounted snapping assembly remains stationary while running and maintaining its grip over the entire sheet. The result is
clean, accurate separation and optimal reliability.
Laminated sheets produced on the 8500HS Cyclone during the world record
attempt were distributed to the visitors during the world record attempt.
GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group
GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the American multinational ACCO Brands Corporation, specializes in manufacturing, marketing
and distribution of thermal and pressure-sensitive laminating film and equipment. The company offers a wide range of quality films for laminating offset
prints, such as book covers and luxury packaging, wide format prints for indoor
and outdoor usage, encapsulation applications, etc.
GBC’s commercial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 meters
per minute up to 150 metres per minute while providing solutions for high-speed
commercial lamination and offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commercial film, made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat® substrates,
is designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality.
For on-demand lamination requirements, GBC offers small and medium format
single-sided laminating units available with a selection of special films for digital
prints and low to mid volume offset prints. GBC’s range of wide format laminators can be used to laminate large format digital prints and photographic prints.
GBC’s Octiva® and Arctic® lines of thermal and pressure-sensitive films have
been developed to satisfy wide format finishing needs.
The GBC name and the GBC logo are registered trademarks of GBC Film Products Group. All other product and company names are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
03/11/2008
GBC explores new frontiers in print finishing at drupa
08, stand D05 – Hall 11
Kerkrade (The Netherlands), March 2008 – GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, part of Acco Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD – news) and world
market leader in print finishing equipment and consumables, will exhibit their
latest thermal laminating solutions for commercial, on-demand and wide-format
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finishing at drupa 08.
Explore! GBC New frontiers in print finishing at drupa 08 With this year’s drupa
promising to be the biggest-ever in the fair’s history, GBC is planning a memorable show. During live demonstrations GBC will present their equipment and
consumables for a variety of printing processes and applications.
“Customers visiting drupa will be able to explore GBC’s new frontiers in print
finishing thanks to the company’s extensive range of laminating and finishing
solutions”, Arnout Janssen, Marketing Director GBC Commercial Laminating
Solutions explains. “In the industry we work for, speed is of the essence. As
the turn-around times remain under constant pressure, more and more printers
are taking on the finishing process in-house. For finishers, the time pressure
is even higher. With lamination at the end of the production chain, they are investing in increasingly faster lamination equipment. At the same time, the digital
printers are looking for an end-to-end solution. GBC constantly strives to anticipate and find innovative solutions by adding value to meet the specific needs
of its customers in high speed lamination. At drupa GBC will introduce several
new products in the high speed lamination range.”
Mr. Janssen continues: “We noticed that the esthetic and functional look of
the printed matter has become vitally important for print buyers of lamination
films such as designers and publishers. With its scuff-free and lay-flat films, the
company is able to offer the perfect solution to this trend. Last but not least, GBC
has always taken environmental issues very seriously. This is the reason why
the company has invested a lot of R&D resources in developing new eco-friendly
laminating solutions. As a supplier of innovative laminating and film finishing
solutions, the company is able to serve a very large audience by adding value
and fulfilling a large range of applications and requests.”
Explore! GBC New frontiers in print finishing at drupa The GBC 620os and GBC
5031 laminating systems are dedicated to the digital Print-On-Demand market
and are the ”best-in-class” solutions for finishing one-sided and double-sided
narrow-format digital output.
TS Laminator, the 5031 Feeder and the 5031 Cutter. This streamlined solution effectively functions as an in-line finishing system with minimum manual
intervention. The laminator component of the GBC 5031 TS features a unique
dual heating system that incorporates both heat shoes and heated nip rollers,
enabling the strongest possible adhesion at the fastest speeds. Edge-slitters
are an added technical advantage to reduce post-process finishing. To further
improve workflow, the 5031 in-line feeder connects easily to the laminator for
precision sheet-feeding. The feeder incorporates a large deck and vacuum feed
head to accommodate a wide range of stock types and sizes. The stand-alone
5031 cutter completes the integrated solution by providing in-line leading and
trailing edge cuts. All the components in the GBC 5031 TS system are easily
controlled by a single operator.
The GBC 3052 laminating system is a compact and fully integrated machine
dedicated to the commercial print finishing market that operates at an extended
speed of up to 30m/min, covering a maximum working width of 52 x 74 cm. With
its ability to change stock, size and film rapidly, the GBC 3052 improves the efficiency on the production line and is a speedy, user-friendly and cost-effective
solution. The sheet-counter is a valuable feature that enables the user to pre-set
the machine to stop after laminating a pre-set number of sheets, therefore saving waste and increasing productivity. The integrated slitting device eliminates
the need to change film rolls for every job and slits the roll according to the correct length. The GBC 3052 laminating system is well adapted for cost-effective
handling of smaller digital jobs with quick turn-around times. Suited for short
runs, the Delta range is able to rapidly change the stock size and film and offers
high quality performance.
Hot or cold lamination solutions for every application and level
At drupa 08, GBC will demonstrate the entry-level GBC 1064 WFt and the GBC
3064 WF for semi-professionals as well as show the new innovative films and
consumables for the wide format printing market.
The GBC 620os is a single-sided laminating system. As a highly cost-effective
entry-level unit with automated controls, it effectively combines sophisticated
technology with ease-of-operation and time-savings. The GBC 620os covers a
wide range of applications such as the production of book covers, dust jackets,
as well as sheeted gift cards, postcards and business cards. With a maximum
speed of 15-m/minute and a maximum sheet size of 52cm width x 74cm length,
it is ideally suited for short runs from color printers and offset press.
The GBC 1064 WFt is a wide format cold laminator that delivers high performance, top-quality and cost-effective lamination solutions for the signage, photographic, copy shop and screen print market. It is ideally suited for print-for-pay
companies and service providers looking for an entry-level professional machine
that produces quality in-house lamination. In addition, with its extreme ease of
use, the GBC 1064 WFt is the perfect machine to use alongside wide format
inkjet printers as it affords greater control, saves time and offers beneficial cost
savings.
The GBC 5031 TS laminating system is easily integrated in a commercial printing or in-house production environment and delivers top quality two-sided lamination. The GBC 5031 TS consists of three individual components: the 5031
Offering superior lamination with virtually wave-free output, the professional thermal GBC 3046WF lamination system offers bi-directional operation and is able
to run thermal and cold finishing jobs consecutively for maximum productivity.
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All GBC’s laminating systems are extremely modular and equipped with an Advanced Electrical Safety System to protect fingers while feeding the laminator
and are, therefore, the safest solutions on the market. As the demand for lamination continues to grow, GBC’s modular product range provides its customers
with a perfect solution while offering the company a reliable growth path.
market segment. With Accushield Clear we have the perfect offering to add
value to the image and mechanical protection to the print. With its increased
color density, our wide range of lamination systems offers superior and luxurious
finishes that allow the digital printing industry to gain a competitive advantage
by providing its clientele with unique and creative laminating capabilities.“
GBC offers high-quality film solutions Unique and clever laminating solutions
enable printers to present compelling advantages to their customers. With
its luxurious finishes, the GBC Digital LAY-FLAT® film is the ideal digital ondemand laminating solution providing superior adhesion and flat output for
electro-photographic lamination prints. It allows for immediate lamination after printing and is therefore ideally suited for high-volume print shops requiring
fast turnaround times to meet customers’ demands. This adhesive film avoids
making additional prints to soak up the excess of accumulated fuser oil. After
years of testing, GBC Digital adhesives has developed an improved adhesive
technology and process that have resulted, in comparison to its closest competitors, in a 10% greater bond strength. Extensive testing has been carried
out on fresh prints including CMYK black, and at various lamination speeds and
temperatures on both entry-level and high-speed laminators. The GBC Digital
LAY-FLAT film is available in gloss and matt finish.
GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the American multinational Acco Brands Corporation,
specializes in manufacturing, marketing and distribution of thermal laminating
film and equipment. The company offers a wide range of quality films for laminating offset prints, such as book covers and luxury packaging, wide format
prints for indoor and outdoor usage, encapsulation applications etc.
The GBC’s Scuff-FreeTM film offers a unique combination of polypropylene and
an abrasion-resistant coating that protects and enhances the look of books,
packages and other printed materials. Its matt finish minimizes glare while preserving image color and provides a durable, scratch-resistant surface for protecting book covers, brochures and packaging applications. With its UV spot
coating, the Scuff-FreeTM film creates greater visual impact and the matt finish
creates a luxurious appearance that attracts the buyer’s attention and increases
the perceived value of the product.
GBC industrial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 metres per
minute up to 100 metres per minute, providing solutions for high-speed commercial lamination, offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commercial film
is made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat substrates, designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality. For ondemand lamination requirements, GBC also offers the equipment and matching
film. These small and medium format single-sided laminating units are available
with a selection of special films for digital prints and low to mid volume offset
prints. GBC’s range of wide laminators can be used to laminate large format
digital prints and photographic prints. The Octiva and Arctic range have been
developed to satisfy large format finishing needs.
The GBC name and the GBC logo are registered trademarks of GBC Film Products Group. All other product and company names are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
For more information, please contact:
GBC Accushield Clear is the perfect alternative to liquid coating GBC Accushield
Clear gloss/matt is an ultra-thin coating for single-sided lamination and uses a
dry-transfer coating process to protect and enhance banners, signs and digital
photographs. Designed to withstand high temperatures and UV light, it is ideally
suited for the long-term protection of outdoor graphics, PO displays and other
indoor applications. Accushield is compatible with thermal and solvent inkjet,
electrostatic transfer and screen printed material, providing professional quality
finishing. It is odourless, wrinkle-free and does not shrink to heat contact. Available in a Clear and Matt-version in widths of up to 1550mm, the new version of
Accushield is completely clear which avoids prints to fade or turn yellow and it
offers increased UV-resistance as well as solid durability for indoor and outdoor
use.
Press contact GBC Arnout Janssen Marketing Director GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Tel: +31-45 5357640 E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.gbcfilm.com
Giel Klinkers, Marketing & Sales Director GBC for Digital Print Finishing Solutions, comments: “We see a strong growth in the direct-to-substrate printing
Düsseldorf (Germany), May 29, 2008 - GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions
Group, part of ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) and world market leader
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Giel Klinkers Marketing & Sales Director GBC for Digital Print Finishing Solutions
Tel: +31-45-5357676 E-mail: [email protected] Website: http://www.gbcfilm.com
Public Relations Agency Duomedia Public Relations (Belgium) Lutt Willems Tel:
+32-2-4548557 E-mail: [email protected] Website: http://www.duomedia.com
06/07/2008
GBC explores new frontiers in print finishing at drupa
2008, stand D05 - Hall 11
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in print finishing equipment and consumables, is exhibiting their range of thermal
laminating solutions for commercial, on-demand and wide-format finishing at
drupa 2008.
Explore! GBC’s new frontiers in print finishing at drupa 2008 With this year’s
drupa promising to be the biggest-ever in the fair’s history, GBC is planning a
memorable show. During live demonstrations, GBC will present their equipment
and consumables for a variety of printing processes and applications.
“Customers visiting drupa will be able to explore GBC’s new frontiers in print
finishing thanks to the company’s extensive range of laminating and finishing
solutions”, Arnout Janssen, Marketing Director of GBC Commercial Laminating
Solutions Europe explains. “In the industry we work for, speed is of the essence.
As the turn-around times remain under constant pressure, more and more printers are taking on the finishing process in-house. For finishers, the time pressure
is even higher. With lamination at the end of the production chain, they are investing in increasingly faster lamination equipment. At the same time, the digital
printers are looking for an end-to-end solution. GBC constantly strives to anticipate and find innovative solutions by adding value to meet the specific needs
of its customers in high-speed lamination. At drupa, GBC will introduce several
new products in the high-speed lamination range.”
Mr. Janssen continues: “We noticed that the esthetics and functionality of
printed matter has become vitally important for specifiers of lamination films,
like designers and publishers. With its Scuff-Free™ and Lay-Flat® films, GBC
is able to offer the perfect solution to this trend. Last but not least, GBC has always taken environmental issues very seriously. This is the reason the company
has invested a lot of R&D resources in developing new eco-friendly laminating
solutions. As a supplier of innovative laminating and finishing solutions, the company is able to serve a very large audience by adding value and fulfilling a large
range of applications and requests.”
Explore! GBC’s New frontiers in print finishing at drupa At drupa, on June 2nd
at 11 am, GBC is making an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record to
achieve the fastest time for laminating 100 square metres of paper. The new
GBC 8500HS Cyclone laminating system and GBC High Bonding Strength film
- both debuting at drupa - will be put to the test in this first-ever laminating challenge.
The GBC 8500HS Cyclone is a commercial laminator designed for single-sided
lamination of high-volume print runs. Running at speeds up to 150 m (500 ft)
per minute, this system can cut production time by one-half or more without
sacrificing accuracy, control, and quality. Its generous 112 cm (44 in) width offers versatility and also lets users run prints landscape-wise, further increasing
productivity.
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The new GBC 7580 Voyager, ideal for medium and high volume finishing of
book covers, folders, brochures and bags, runs at speeds up to 60 m (200 ft.)
per minute. A single operator can control all major functions from the system’s
user-friendly control panel. The GBC 7580 Voyager can accommodate sheet
sizes from 21.6 x 28 cm (8.5 x 11 in.) up to 81.2 x 102 cm (32 x 40 in.). It
runs GBC’s high speed commercial films including Digital Lay-Flat®, Lay-Flat®,
Scuff-Free™, Hi-Tac®, and AGS/GS.
The GBC 620os and GBC 5031TS laminating systems are dedicated to the digital Print-On-Demand market and are ”best-in-class” solutions for finishing onesided and double-sided narrow-format digital output.
The GBC 620os is a single-sided laminating system. As a highly cost-effective
entry-level unit with automated controls, it effectively combines sophisticated
technology with ease-of-operation and time-savings. The GBC 620os finishes a
wide range of applications such as book covers, dust jackets, as well as sheeted
gift cards, postcards and business cards. With a maximum speed of 15 m/minute
and a maximum sheet size of 52 cm width x 74 cm length, it is ideally suited for
short runs from color printers and offset presses.
The GBC 5031TS laminating system is easily integrated in a commercial printing
or in-house production environment and delivers top quality two-sided lamination. The GBC 5031TS consists of three individual components: the 5031TS
Laminator, the 5031 Feeder and the 5031 Cutter. This streamlined solution
effectively functions as an in-line finishing system with minimum manual intervention. The laminator component of the GBC 5031TS features a unique dual
heating system that incorporates both heat shoes and heated nip rollers, enabling the strongest possible adhesion at the fastest speeds. Edge-slitters are
an added technical advantage to reduce post-process finishing. To further improve workflow, the 5031 in-line feeder connects easily to the laminator for precision sheet-feeding. The feeder incorporates a large deck and vacuum feed
head to accommodate a wide range of stock types and sizes. The standalone
5031 cutter completes the integrated solution by providing in-line leading and
trailing edge cuts. All the components in the GBC 5031TS system are easily
controlled by a single operator.
The GBC 3052 laminating system is a compact and fully integrated machine dedicated to the commercial print finishing market. It can operate at an extended
speed up to 30m/min while covering a maximum working width of 52 x 74 cm.
With its ability to change stock, size and film rapidly, the GBC 3052 improves
efficiency on the production line and is a speedy, user-friendly and cost-effective
solution. The sheet-counter is a valuable feature that enables the user to set the
machine to stop after laminating a pre-set number of sheets, therefore reducing
waste and increasing productivity. The integrated slitting device eliminates the
need to change film rolls for every job and slits the roll according to the correct
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width. The GBC 3052 laminating system is well adapted for cost-effective handling of smaller digital jobs with quick turn-around times. Suited for short runs,
the GBC 3052 is able to rapidly accommodate changes in stock sizes and film
while offering high quality performance.
tance of UV spot coating, GBC Scuff-FreeTM Matte film can create an even
greater visual impact. The matte finish gives a luxurious appearance that attracts the buyer’s attention and increases the perceived value of the finished
product.
Hot or cold lamination solutions for every application and level At drupa 2008,
GBC will demonstrate the entry-level GBC Arctic 1064WFc and the GBC Falcon
3064WF for semi-professionals as well as new innovative films and consumables for the wide format printing market.
GBC Accushield® Clear is the perfect alternative to liquid coating GBC Accushield Clear is an ultra-thin coating for single-sided finishing. It uses a drytransfer coating process to protect and enhance banners, signs and digital photographs. Designed to withstand high temperatures and UV light, it is ideally
suited for the long-term protection of outdoor graphics, POP displays and other
indoor applications. Accushield is compatible with thermal and solvent inkjet,
electrostatic transfer and screen printed material, providing professional quality
finishing. It is odourless, wrinkle-free and does not shrink to heat contact. Available in clear and matte finishes in widths of up to 1550 mm, the new version of
Accushield is completely clear while helping prints resist fading and yellowing.
GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the American multinational ACCO Brands Corporation, specializes in manufacturing, marketing and distribution of thermal and
pressure-sensitive laminating film and equipment. The company offers a wide
range of quality films for laminating offset prints, such as book covers and luxury packaging, wide format prints for indoor and outdoor usage, encapsulation
applications, etc.
The GBC Arctic 1064WFc is a wide format cold laminator with a heat-assisted
top roller that delivers high performance and cost-effective lamination solutions
for the signage, photographic, copy shop and screen print market. It is ideally
suited for print-for-pay companies and service providers looking for an entrylevel professional machine to produce quality in-house lamination. In addition,
with its extreme ease of use, the GBC Arctic 1064WFc is the perfect machine to
use alongside wide format inkjet printers as it affords greater control and saves
time.
Offering superior lamination with virtually wave-free output, the professional thermal GBC Falcon 3046WF lamination system offers bi-directional operation and
is able to run thermal and cold finishing jobs consecutively for maximum productivity.
All of GBC’s wide format laminating systems are extremely modular and equipped
with an Advanced Electrical Safety System to protect fingers while feeding the
laminator and are, therefore, the safest solutions on the market.
GBC offers high-quality film solutions Unique and clever laminating solutions
enable printers to present compelling advantages to their customers. With its
luxurious finishes, GBC Digital LAY-FLAT® film is the ideal digital on-demand
laminating solution providing superior adhesion and flat output for electrophotographic prints. It allows for immediate lamination after printing and is therefore ideally suited for high-volume print shops requiring fast turnaround times
to meet customers’ demands. After years of testing, GBC has developed improved adhesion technology and processes that have resulted in a 10% greater
bond strength in comparison to its closest competitors. Extensive testing has
been carried out on fresh prints including CMYK black, and at various lamination speeds and temperatures on both entry-level and high-speed laminators.
GBC Digital LAY-FLAT film is available in gloss and matte finishes.
The GBC’s Scuff-FreeTM Matte film offers a unique combination of polypropylene and an abrasion-resistant coating that protects and enhances the look of
books, packages and other printed materials. Its matte finish minimizes glare
while preserving image color and providing a durable, scratch-resistant surface
to protect book covers, brochures and packaging applications. With its accep-
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GBC’s commercial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 metres
per minute up to 150 metres per minute while providing solutions for high-speed
commercial lamination and offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commercial film, made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat® substrates,
is designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality.
For on-demand lamination requirements, GBC offers small and medium format
single-sided laminating units available with a selection of special films for digital
prints and low to mid volume offset prints. GBC’s range of wide format laminators can be used to laminate large format digital prints and photographic prints.
GBC’s Octiva® and Arctic® lines of thermal and pressure-sensitive films have
been developed to satisfy wide format finishing needs.
The GBC name and the GBC logo are registered trademarks of GBC Film Products Group. All other product and company names are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
06/07/2008
GBC Introduces 7580 Voyager Laminator at drupa
2008, stand D05 - Hall 11
Düsseldorf (Germany), May 29, 2008 - GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions
Group, part of ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) and world market leader
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in print finishing equipment and consumables , will introduce the new 7580 Voyager laminator at drupa 2008 in Dusseldorf, May 29 - June 11. This system,
ideal for medium and high volume finishing of book covers, folders, brochures
and bags, runs at speeds up to 60 m (200 ft.) per minute. A single operator can
control all major functions from the system’s user-friendly control panel.
With a state-of-the-art MABEG® feeder and a pneumatically controlled separator, the GBC 7580 Voyager moves sheets through the finishing process with precision and efficiency. The extra sturdy design of the GBC 7580 Voyager includes
thick, stabilizing side frames to accommodate the rigors of daily production. In
addition, the laminator features a 5.5 horsepower drive with a SEW Eurodrive
inverter to handle the heavy workloads of today’s professional finishers.
The 7580 Voyager can accommodate sheet sizes from 216 x 280 mm (8.5 x
11 in.) up to 812 x 1020 mm (32 x 40 in.). It runs GBC’s high speed commercial films including Digital Lay-Flat®, Lay-Flat®, Scuff-Free®, Hi-Tac®, and
AGS/GS. GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the American multinational ACCO Brands
Corporation, specializes in manufacturing, marketing and distribution of thermal
and pressure-sensitive laminating film and equipment. The company offers a
wide range of quality films for laminating offset prints, such as book covers and
luxury packaging, wide format prints for indoor and outdoor usage, encapsulation applications, etc.
GBC’s commercial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 metres
per minute up to 150 metres per minute while providing solutions for high-speed
commercial lamination and offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commercial film, made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat® substrates,
is designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality.
For on-demand lamination requirements, GBC offers small and medium format
single-sided laminating units available with a selection of special films for digital
prints and low to mid volume offset prints. GBC’s range of wide format laminators can be used to laminate large format digital prints and photographic prints.
GBC’s Octiva® and Arctic® lines of thermal and pressure-sensitive films have
been developed to satisfy wide format finishing needs.
Product Overview
GBC Commercial Laminating Solution Group
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Laminating machines
04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1385
Varnish and lamination
05.1260
Laminated foils
05.1315
Metal films
Gebr. Nadzeyka Maschinenbau GmbH
Address
Winkelfeld 23
45739 Oer-Erkenschwick
Germany
Phone
+49-2368 6993-0
Fax
+49-2368 56981
Internet address
http://www.nadzeyka.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 11, A43 (Page 958)
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Product Overview
Gebr. Nadzeyka Maschinenbau GmbH
04.1180
Can manufacturing machinery from paper and board
04.1220
Folding box making machines
04.1300
Tube winding machines
04.1360
Composite can manufacturing machines
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
Gebr. Nadzeyka Maschinenbau GmbH supplies the
necessary equipment for the manufacturing of composite cans, including parallel labelling machines.
04.1560
Product Details
04.1180
Composite can manufacturing machines
Machinery for the production of composite cans
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
Slitter Rewinder Type AM402
Slitter Rewinders for slitting parent (”jumbo”) rolls of paperboard reels, as required for the spiral winding of
tubes, cores, etc.
Gebr. Nadzeyka Maschinenbau GmbH
Can manufacturing machinery from paper and board
Production line for the manufacturing of paper cans
Giardina Graphic S.r.l.
Gebr. Nadzeyka Maschinenbau GmbH offers the necessary equipment for the production of spiral wound paper cans. These can be parallel or spiral labelled, according to your specific needs.
04.1220
Folding box making machines
Folding Box Gluer Saturn Series
Machine for folding and gluing carton boxes. Can be
used for folding cartons, crash bottom boxes, telescope
style folding cartons, compartmented boxes, four-spot
glued set-up boxes
04.1300
Tube winding machines
Spiral Tube Winding Machines
Address
Via Vico Necchi 63
22060 Figino Serenza/CO
Italy
Phone
+39-031727220
Fax
+39-031727269
Internet address
http://www.giardinagraphic.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 03, E03 (Page 930)
We offer you a wide range of machinery for the production of spiral tubes.
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Giardina Graphic S.r.l.
GIARDINA GRAPHIC PRODUCTS AT DRUPA 2008
LATEST GENERATION UV, IR AND HOT AIR
EQUIPMENT AIMED TO ENERGY SAVING
04.1390
The Giardina Graphic technical-sale staff will be at disposal by the Hall 3 Stand
3E03.
Giardina Graphic S.r.l.
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Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
02.1880
Dryers
02.1885
Drying plants
03.1670
Dryers
04.1390
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
04.1730
Dryers
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Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
Roller coating line ”Vernigraph”
At Drupa 2008 Giardina Graphic S.r.l. will present, among its several products, the new ”Q-EXTREME PLUS” offline series dryers, which can be installed
inline to low or high pile offset machines and have been purposely realized to
cure UV products on plastic materials as well as on very light paper substrates.
Other new product concerns the new DMQ series modules, realized in special
aluminium alloy extrusions, air-water cooled and arranged to work under low
oxygen conditions. Another novelty of Giardina Graphic will be the new entirely
air-cooled GST/WD1 module just for the narrow web market. But the top novelty on which Giardina Graphic is going to rely on will be the introduction of a
new electronic system for the UV lamp power which provides, unlike the old
transformer, the necessary power with several advantages as: a constant supply voltage without the need for excessive power to turn on the lamp; a very low
leakage of magnetic force with a consequently save of some energy which is
normally lost in the air gap; remarkable recovery of the power without turning off
the lamp because its intensity is adjusted directly by a pre-programmed PLC.
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The roller coating line “Vernigraph” has been purposely designed by Giardina
Graphic S.r.l. for the varnishing on paper and cardboard, summing up the experiences matured during more than 30 years of activity in the production of roller
machines and coating systems for several industrial sectors. “Vernigraph” contain all the latest technological solutions currently on the market, which make
its employment easier and assure high productive standards. Manufactured in
a solid load-bearing structure in order to control any vibration, the machine can
varnish materials with unit weight from 60 to 700 g/m2, assuring the highest reliability in every working speed. The whole manufacturing process is controlled
by a colour Touch-Screen , which can display the line working speed, UV lamps
working hours and absorbed current, number of coated sheets, possible alarms,
etc. “Vernigraph” is manufactured in four models, i.e. 700, 1000, 1400 and 1600.
On request, this line can be provided with a hot air drying hood for solvent varnishes.
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Dryers
IR – Hot Air and GST/UV equipments
IR- Hor Air equipments are suitable for the drying of conventional inks and/or
water-based products, they can be installed both on offset machines and corrugated cardboard machines. Ventilated IR dryers are composed by separate
lamp lighting systems according to size, lamp power adjustments according to
machine speed, reduced overall dimensions, and easy maintenances. Hot Air
dryers are composed by high efficiency blowing pumps, electrical heathers, air
distribution by means of nozzles, and diagnostics monitoring. The “D” series
UV dryers are suitable for the curing of UV or hybrid products, they can be installed both on short delivery machines and with extension as well as between
the relative printing stations. Each dryer is composed by: UV modules with rotating reflector, dichroic system between reflector and lamp for heat reduction,
air-liquid cooling, lamp power adjustment according to machine speed, extraction for maintenance and “UV sensor” for UV lamp efficiency monitoring. The
“DQ” series dryers for polyvalent machines are suitable for the curing of UV inks
and varnishes and can be installed after each printing element of polyvalent machines. Each dryer is composed by: UV modules with rotating reflector, double
dichroic system between reflector and lamp and between lamp and substrate
for heat reduction, air-liquid cooling, lamp power adjustment according to machine speed, extraction for maintenance and “UV sensor” for UV lamp efficiency
monitoring. The DQ series modules are realized in special aluminium alloy ex-
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trusions, air-water cooled through vacuum fan as well as closed circuit controlled
temperature fluid circulation. The whole DQ range is arranged to work under low
oxygen conditions. The GST/UV “Q-EXTREME 05” high or low pile dryers are
suitable for the curing of UV inks and varnishes and can be installed behind any
high or low pile sheet-fed offset machine. Each dryer is composed by: a vacuum conveyor belt, UV modules with rotating reflector, dichroic system for heat
reduction, incorporated stacker or separate stacker with sheet pusher and braking device, possibility to install IR – HOT AIR dryer for water-based products.
The “RQ” series dryers are suitable for the curing of UV products and can be
installed both on chilled cylinders and on vertical path of narrow web machines.
Each dryer is composed by: UV modules with rotating reflector, double dichroic
system between reflector and lamp and between lamp and substrate for heat
reduction, air-cooling, lamp power adjustment according to machine speed, extraction for maintenance, “UV SENSOR” for UV lamp efficiency monitoring, compact electrical equipment. The “Q-NEW LINE” equipments are suitable for the
curing of UV inks and varnishes and can be installed both on existing conveyor
belts and behind cylinder or flat silk-screen machines. Each equipment is composed by: a conveyor belt under vacuum, UV modules with rotating reflector,
dichroic system for the heat reduction, incorporated stacker or separate stacker
with sheet pusher and braking device, possibility to install IR- HOT AIR dryer for
water-based products.
Gietz AG
Address
Mooswiesstrasse 20
9200 Gossau
Switzerland
Phone
+41-713882222
Fax
+41-713882223
Internet address
http://www.gietz.ch
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 03, B53 (Page 930)
Company News
04/29/2008
Gietz AG
Gietz AG at DRUPA 2008 HALL 03 / B53
FSA 1060 Foil Commander 100% more productivity
After the successful introduction at Drupa 2004, the FSA 1060 Foil Commander
is now firmly established as most professional machine in the market. The strong
demand for this industry leading high speed platen press for B1 foil stamping and
embossing proves its very good price-performance ratio.
The patented VACUFOIL foil transportation system makes it possible to process
stamping foil reels with large diameter of 300/350 mm (11.8”/13.8”) at a maximum production speed of 8,000 sheets/hour.
Moreover, it must be mentioned that the long standard dwell time - 25 % longer
compared to other machines, extendable up to a max. of 2.5 seconds - and the
pressure of 350 t (385 US tons) allow deep and large combination foil stamping
plus a productivity of up to 100% more than competitor machines. Long dwell
times permit lower stamping temperatures and require less pressure!
ROFO 910 Flexible processing from the web
The ROFO 910 is the only web-fed foil stamping machine in the world capable of
processing web widths up to 910 mm (35.8”) and offering the flat/flat foil stamping
and embossing principle. The machine runs up to 100 m/min (328’/min. corresponding to 8,000 strokes/hour). The short set up times for the cost effective flat
stamping dies and pre-selectable repeat and print lengths result in higher profit
margins for both large and small print runs.
For the application of single-picture holograms and strips for the security industry
(OVDs = Optical Variable Devices), the ROFO 910 offers completely new application possibilities, including the application of strips with transverse foil feed!
Tailor-made custom solutions are possible thanks to the modular construction.
For example, two stamping stations can be arranged one after the other, and/or
additional processing stages, including sheeting, piling, slitting and die-cutting
can be integrated.
«Flexible processing from the web!»
FSA 870 Compact FSA 870 Compact ESS Version The Classic
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The FSA 870 Compact is well known for its register accuracy and excellent quality of foil stamping at high production speeds up to 6000 sheets/hour. All standard printing machines in the B2 50 x 70 cm (19.7” x 27.5”) format class are
covered with the optimal 870 x 560 mm (34.3” x 22.0”) sheet format or 870 x
600 mm (34.3” x 23.6”) in the optional ESS version.
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Extension of Global After-Sales Service
Global Graphic Equipment Ltd.
Gietz-machines require a minimum of regular servicing, as the experience of
millions of operating hours has been integrated into every new machine. For
this servicing the customers can rely on Gietz and its international partners at
all times. This is also the case for the availability of customer service, the rapid
arrival of service technicians and the prompt delivery of spare parts – all of which
are a matter of pride for Gietz. More than 30,000 different items are in stock.
This applies for all Gietz-machines, even if they were purchased many years
ago.
Address
Unit A, Kirkgate Business Centre,
Wakefield, WF1 5DL
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1924332425
Fax
+44-1924332428
Service work is only carried out by technicians who have been trained in the
factory in Switzerland. Gietz and its partners are always there for its clientele,
both today and tomorrow!
Internet address
http://www.globalgraphic.co.uk
Gietz AG Mooswiesstrasse 20 9200 Gossau, Switzerland
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, A01 (Page 962)
Phone 41 71 388 22 22 Fax 41 71 388 22 23 [email protected] www.gietz.ch
Contact person: Dieter Seitz, Sales Director
Product Overview
Gietz AG
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Holographic systems
02.1630
Embossing and punching machinery
02.1635
Hot stamping machines
02.1640
Embossing machinery
02.1930
Security printing machines
03.1510
Embossing and punching machinery
03.1515
Embossing machinery
04.1045
Collapsable box gluer
04.1520
Embossing machinery
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Global Graphic Equipment Ltd.
02.1080
Coating machines and devices
02.1435
Foil stamping machines
02.1530
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
02.1590
Offset presses, sheet-fed
02.1635
Hot stamping machines
02.1640
Embossing machinery
02.1775
Screen printing machines, sheet-fed
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Coating machines and devices
03.1330
Foil stamping machines
03.1375
Laminating machines
03.1515
Embossing machinery
04.1135
Envelope manufacturing and printing
04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1390
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
04.1520
Embossing machinery
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Used machinery dealers
Product Details
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GOEBEL Schneid- und Wickelsysteme GmbH
Address
Goebelstraße 21
64293 Darmstadt
Germany
Phone
+49-6151888-1
Fax
+49-6151888-560
Internet address
http://www.goebel-darmstadt.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 10, D43 (Page 954)
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Global Graphic Equipment Ltd.
Envelope manufacturing and printing
Winkler & Dunnebier + FL Smithe
There are two main manufacturers of envelope making machines throughout the
world, Winkler and Dunnebier from Germany and FL Smithe from the USA.
03/28/2008
GOEBEL Schneid- und Wickelsysteme GmbH
GOEBEL Schneid- und Wickelsysteme GmbH will
exhibit an MPW 300 slitter rewinder
At drupa 2008 in Duesseldorf, GOEBEL will exhibit a fully automatic slitter
rewinder of the MPW 300 series. The machine will rewind gift wrap paper in
short rolls on booth D43, hall 10. This machine, distinguished by its particularly
high rate of automatization, was integrated from the Senntech program into the
GOEBEL product range within the last few months.
Due to the use of three rewind shafts it is possible to reduce the machine’s
downtime. At a time, one of the rewind shafts each is employed for winding,
finished roll unloading and new core loading. These functions as well as web
cross cutting and finished roll close-up are executed simultaneously and fully
automatically.
The operator supervises the production and takes care of the supply of new mill
reels and consumables such as rewind cores, adhesive tape etc. Stringent and
clearly arranged menus simplify the input of production data into the Siemens
S7 control.
On our booth we will show the complete MPW 300 machine including the transport of the finished rolls onto a delivery table. The total supply sold to the European end user of this machine also covers an automatic plugger and a shrink-
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wrap unit.
Product Details
With the focus on cost reduction, GOEBEL in addition to the slitter itself also
principally offers semi- or fully automated packaging lines which are customized
to meet the respective requirements of our customer. They also allow the integration of labelling, plugging and film wrapping units as well as cartoning and
palletizing lines. Depending on its configuration, the installation is able to handle
the output of one or several slitters and even allows to process different products
at the same time.
Many interested parties all over the world took the opportunity to assure themselves of the advantages of the MPW 300 series so that our order inflow increased considerably in recent months. This success confirms us in our efforts
to find innovative and individual solutions for each customer.
We will be pleased to welcome you on booth 10D43 and look forward to show
the special features of the MPW 300 to you.
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Reel slitting and rewinding machines
GOEBEL MPW300
The GOEBEL MPW300 is a fully automatic turret center winder. The machine is designed for a large variety
of materials like inkjet paper, self adhesive label stock,
pressure sensitive material, plotter paper, gift wrap, metalizing film and much more. In the winding position the
GOEBEL MPW300 starts without tucking fold or glue, the
web is gently supported during start up. Another asset of
our winder is the outstanding evenness of the finished
rolls. The mechanical and symmetrically expanding winding shafts ensure an
optimum degree of roundness in winding. Furthermore our GOEBEL MPW300
has a shaftless unwinding system which is equipped with an electronically controlled 4 quadrant AC-motor. Together with the dancer roll it ensures constant
web tension.
04.1370
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
GOEBEL Schneid- und Wickelsysteme GmbH
Circular knives
GOEBEL Circular knives
04.1370
Circular knives
04.1780
Winding shafts
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
04.1460
Paper testing devices
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and the machine you are going to use.
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made of high-grade steel. GOEBEL is famous worldwide for its know-how of slitting tools for many years.
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Grafmaj AM Aneta Szczublinska
Address
Phone
+48 61 846 0801
Internet address
http://www.grafmaj.pl
Stand
Address
Galvaniweg 35
5482 TN Schijndel
Netherlands
Phone
0031-73-5440200
Fax
0031-73-5440301
Internet address
www.gws.nl
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 06, C45 (Page 938)
+48 61 846 0800
Fax
E-Mail
Graphic Web Systems B.V.
ul. Lutycka 93
60-478 Poznan
Poland
[email protected]
Hall 07.2, D16 (Page 948)
Product Overview
Grafmaj AM Aneta Szczublinska
Company News
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Varnish and lamination
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Ink, Offset Printing
05.1140
Printing blankets
05.1380
Hot-stamping foils
04/22/2008
Product Details
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Egyptian leading daily newspaper contracts GWS to
build complete printing facility
One of the leading Egyptian daily newspapers Al Masry Al Youm has signed
a contract with GWS for a turnkey project and the set up of a complete printing
operation in 6th of October, a city located near Cairo.
Grafmaj AM Aneta Szczublinska
Varnish and lamination
Varnish & Lamination
We offer full range of varnishes for various types of application. In our offer you can find UV varnishes, oil
varnishes, dispersion varnishes, varnishes for special
destination as
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GWS’ area sales executive, Arthur Viguurs, responsible for the Middle East market: “In line with the company’s philosophy to explore a new business model, we
are pleased that Al Masry Al Youm has contracted us for the consultancy project
management and delivery of a newspaper printing press system including all
required auxiliaries and project supervising”. Early 2007 Al Masry Al Youm contacted GWS to discuss its plans for establishing its own printing operation in the
Cairo area. Currently the production is sub-contracted to a printer in Egypt, but
due to a new business strategy Al Masry Al Youm is now in need of increasing
the colour pagination circulation and achieving better deadlines for the production of its newspaper title. In close consultation with IFRA and GWS a plan was
made on how to achieve this challenging target. We have convinced Al Masry Al
Youm to be the right partner for the overall consultancy and project management
in the field of building layout, infrastructure, pre-press, press mailroom and even
the submission of a qualified manager to manage and run the printing facilities
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once the equipment has been installed and commissioned.
Early 2008 we signed a contract with Al Masry Al Youm for this entire operation.
The heart of the project, being the supply of a double width newspaper press,
is already in full swing. A MAN Mediaman press has already been dismantled
at a newspaper printer in Italy and is currently being prepared for shipment to
Cairo. In the meantime, a skilled team of GWS project managers is taking care
of all communication with the architect in Egypt regarding building infrastructure,
cooling, air conditioning and remaining auxiliary equipment. GWS also acts as
the advisor and supplier of all pre-press equipment, post press equipment and
skilled staff for installation, training and taking into production of the entire printing operation. The MAN Mediaman press system is expected to be supplied in
the summer of 2008.
04/24/2008
Life in a changing industry
The graphic industry is changing. Just open one of the trade press magazines,
or follow the media; there is no way we can deny that our industry is changing
rapidly. Magazine and retail printers are replacing their 8 and 16 page presses
for high pagination faster machines and newspaper publishers are focusing on
outsourcing the printing part of their business and attracting new readers. The
printed products are appearing in full colour and the keywords for the new newspaper press configuration seem to be flexibility and hybrid.
It almost seems as if this change of industry came as an overnight surprise.
However, is this really the case? Have we not all been living in luxury for a little
bit too long and did we not neglect the first signals of a changing industry many
years ago when internet started to attract young people? Were we not too slow
in changing the traditional newspaper houses into market driven organisations
capable of giving the reader what he was really looking for? The answer to these
questions can probably be found in the reaction of our industry to the changing
market circumstances. It has all the signs of a panic reaction and as we all know,
it is a lot nicer to build up a company in a growing market than slimming down
an organisation because the market is dictating to do so. This is especially the
case in those companies that have traditionally been too far removed from their
customers, in which overheads have been growing out of control, flexibility disappeared and internal costs grew out of proportion. In practice the introduction
of free newspapers has visualised this situation painfully.
However, there is a very positive side effect. Many years ago, we saw exactly the
same situation; all of a sudden the traditional airlines got competition from the low
cost carriers. These new young energetic organisations introduced a different
model and as a result the traditional airlines had to change their business model
too and under pressure of the changing market circumstances they started a
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process of reorganisation and learned how they again could get closer to their
customers. After many years we can now clearly see that there is a market for
both models which should be considered as a positive outcome after all.
So, is there a future for print? Yes of course, but we have to create it ourselves.
Printers and suppliers to the industry will have to adapt to the changing market
situation. There is a future and we have to create it. To complain and look back
at the beautiful past does not help us. We as suppliers have to focus on offering
cost-effective complete solutions for pre-press, press, post press and service
so that publishers and printers can focus on their core business; publishing and
printing!
Graphic Web Systems is ready to adapt and as a matter of fact we already
started this process many years ago. In competition to the press manufacturers
supplying complete and flexible press systems manufactured in a more economic way and sometimes in low cost countries, we have seen a decrease in
supply of completely remanufactured press systems. Our new focus is and will
be to offer our customers a complete solution for pre-press, press and post press
systems including the required consultancy, overall project management, logistics, training and services by contract. In other words, we have changed our
business model from a traditional vertical organisation, focussing on the technology of the printing press in technical detail, to a more horizontal organisation with
focus on the supply of a total solution to publishers and printers from planning,
logistics and building, up to and including installation and training on site. We
truly believe that this is a business model with enormous potential. The added
value for our customers lays in the fact that we take over the entire process from
consultancy, decision making, implementation, installation and starting up an
entire print house and surrounding auxiliaries. Through our daughter company
Graphic Web Services we will be in the position to organise maintenance and
service activities on a contract basis so that our customers can fully focus on their
core business. The market has reacted in a positive way and the first projects
we have launched according to this model proved to be a success. To a certain extend, we have been surprised that we received such a positive feedback.
However, our customers opened our eyes and made us aware of the fact that
we do have an enormous in-house knowledge after having been in the industry
for such a long time. We are probably one of the best advisors/consultants in
the industry because of our extensive knowledge of various brands of machinery and practical know-how. We probably employ some of the best technicians
in the industry; during our re-manufacturing processes we have learned from all
the design failures in press components. Our technicians have developed many
modifications to improve existing technology. In the meantime, our organisation
employs specialists in pre-press and post press which makes us one of the best
partners to talk to in case publishers/printers want to improve their process in a
practical and economical way. Are we still used machinery suppliers? Yes, we
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are! For many years this has been and will remain our core business. Meanwhile, we do a lot more and we are proud that most of our valued customers
recognise us as the solution providers, because that is in fact what we are; the
providers of complete solutions to the graphic industry. Do we believe in the future? Absolutely, we are positive about it. Looking back at how beautiful the past
has been will neither help us, nor our customers. We are growing and changing
which is a dynamic process and we will continue to invest in products that our
customers are looking for. We are the solution providers.
(Eric van Kessel, Commercial Director Graphic Web Systems B.V.)
01/24/2008
Successes for Graphic Web Systems in the USA
In line with the targets as set for 2007, Graphic Web Systems has seen a clear
increase of its market position in the North American market. After the sale of
a KBA C213 commercial press to Colorweb in New Jersey, GWS has now also
successfully taken into production the MAN Rotoman M at the quality printer
Hartley Press in Jacksonville, Florida.
However, the most fancy and prestigious deal certainly is the sale of a Berliner
size double width newspaper press to the world’s leading publisher and printer
Gannett. In December 2007 Gannett signed a contract with GWS for the supply
of a double width Berliner size newspaper printing press for their location in
Shreveport, Louisiana. The Gannett management: ”We have selected Graphic
Web Systems as supplier because of their in-house knowledge and expertise in
the field of used web offset equipment and their capability of providing us with a
turn-key project solution.”
The Wifag OF790 press system comprises 4 full colour printing towers, 2 folders and 6 reel stands. The press is currently in operation in Switzerland and
will be dismantled in 2008 and transported to the facilities of GWS in Schijndel, The Netherlands. There the press will be modified to accommodate the
specific wishes of Gannett for web width reduction, configuration updates and
electronic modifications. Upon completion of the technical work, the press will
be transported to the United States in the spring of 2009, after which it will be
installed and taken into production at the newly built printing plant of The Times
in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Eric van Kessel, Commercial director of GWS: ”With the supply of this press
Graphic Web Systems confirms its ambition to strengthen its position in the
North American market. After the installation of 2 heatset presses for commercial printing in 2007, we are proud to have been selected as the supplier of a
major newspaper printing press to a leading US publisher.”
2010.
01/24/2008
Roto Smeets Weert decides for a M600-C24
Roto Smeets Weer (RSW), member of the Roto Smeets De Boer Group
(RSDB), has decided to invest in a Heidelberg M600-C24 heatset press. This
M600-C24 replaces an existing M600, installed in 1992 at RSW and will be used
as a cover-press to print several Sanomat glossy magazines.
The 16 pages heatset press M600-C24 has a maximum speed of 55.000 cph.
and is configures with 5 printing units. The fifth unit can also be used as a varnish
unit for the covers. GWS will connect RSW’s present sheeter on the M600-C24.
The M600 is further equipped with the autoplate system, Oxy Dry RO blanket
wash system, a JF-55 combination folder (system: 1:3:3:2), equipped with cross
and length perforation, former fold, 1st cross fold, quarter fold, double parallel
and delta fold.
The press is currently being cleaned and repainted at the GWS facilities in Schijndel and is scheduled to be taken into production in May 2008.
Product Overview
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02.1255
Imprinting (units) devices
02.1315
Folders for web-fed presses
02.1450
Letterpress machine, web fed
02.1515
Compensating stackers
02.1595
Offset presses, web-fed
02.1660
Sheet cutter installed in printing presses
02.1715
Reel splicers
The press system at Gannett is planned to be in operation in the first quarter of
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Rotary cutters
02.1865
Gravure presses, web-fed
02.1885
Drying plants
02.1895
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1580
Gathering and stitching machines
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
04.1055
Autopasters/Splicer
04.1580
Rotary cross cutting machines
06.1010
Consulting
06.1060
Used machinery dealers
06.1075
Machine mounting
Greve GmbH & Co. KG, Heinrich
Maschinenbau
Address
Zeiss-Straße 9-11
32312 Lübbecke
Germany
Phone
+49-57413485-0
Fax
+49-574112578
Internet address
http://www.greve.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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04.1115
Layboys
04.1120
Sheet piling devices
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1345
Glueing machines
04.1350
Glue feeding systems
04.1355
Adhesive applicating machines and devices
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04.1610
Box lining and covering machines
04.1715
Carrier bag making machines
04.1760
Shafts
04.1770
Corrugated board converting machines
Product Details
04.1215
Grützmacher System GmbH
Greve GmbH & Co. KG, Heinrich Maschinenbau
Folding and glueing machines
Maschinenbau
Address
Chattenweg 5
46286 Dorsten
Germany
Phone
+49-2369208989-0
Fax
+49-2369208989-89
Internet address
http://www.gruetzmachersystem.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Von der Idee ...
Unsere Kunden nennen uns ihre Anforderungen.
Danach aktualisieren und optimieren wir den vorhandenen Maschinenpark. Oder
wir erhalten bereits bestehende Konzepte und Pläne.
Diese setzen wir in individuelle Konstruktionslösungen und den Bau der Maschinen um.
Product Overview
Grützmacher System GmbH
03.1060
Supplement inserting machines
03.1325
Foil sealing machines
04.1130
Envelope feeders
04.1245
Folding machines, floor models
04.1425
Mailer machines
Die Beutelmaschinen
04.1530
Cross cutters
Polyrex SF für Schlaufengriff-Tragetaschen, Polyrex BV für Grifflochtaschen mit
Blattverstärkungszettel und Polyrex DP für Windelbeutel werden von greve exklusiv in Lizenz für Windmöller & Hölscher in Lengerich gefertigt.
04.1655
Expanding shafts and couplings
Fast 40 Jahre Know-How garantieren die optimale Realisierung der KundenAnforderungen.
... zur Maschine
Jedes Projekt wird bei greve komplett betreut: Angefangen von der Planung
über die Fertigung von Einzelteilen, die Maschinen-Montage vor Ort mit Probeläufen und Installation bis hin zum Vor-Ort-Service bei Problemfällen.
Als qualitätsorientierter Hersteller unterliegt jeder Fertigungsschritt strengen QualitätsKontrollen.
So sichern wir den konstant hohen Qualitäts-Standard aller Produkte.
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Product Details
04.1425
Grützmacher System GmbH
04.1530
Cross cutters
Cutter
Mailer machines
The Cutter can be placed optional at the end of a mailprocessing-machine. It can edit endlesspaper either on
roles or on decks and cut the paper in single sheets.
Also a stand-alone version is possible.
Cayenne
The Cayenne is based on the Challenge-System. It edit
till 16,000 envelopes per hour and has many innovative
preferences.
GUK-Falzmaschinen Griesser & Kunzmann GmbH & Co. KG
Challenge
The Challenge is the most importent part of Grützmachersystems. It edit 15,000 envelopes per hour and has
brilliant working variety for different paperformat.
Address
Bahnhofstraße 4
78669 Wellendingen
Germany
Phone
+49-7426703-1
Fax
+49-7426703-333
Easy
Internet address
http://www.guk-falzmaschinen.de
The Easy-Machine is insertable for officework, but also
for comercial mail processing.
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Collationmachine MC
The Collatormachine MC (Multi Collator) leads the inserts in an 90° angle displaced to the transportdistance
and carries them in sets to other mailingsystems.
Easy Light
Product Overview
The Easy Light is a small version of the effective Easy.
It is perfect for official-use and can be inticrated in the
installation.
GUK-Falzmaschinen Griesser & Kunzmann GmbH &...
04.1245
Folding machines, floor models
03.1655
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
Rubin
04.1425
Mailer machines
The Rubin-System can edit 7,500 envelopes per hour
and can handle different paperformat.
03.1305
Folding machines, floor models
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Product Overview
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Guschky & Tönnesmann GmbH & Co. KG
Folding machines, floor models
04.1180
Can manufacturing machinery from paper and board
Technische Merkmale
04.1295
Tube slicing and dividing machines
Automatischer Sauganleger mit Blattabnahme von unten
04.1300
Tube winding machines
04.1360
Composite can manufacturing machines
04.1480
Fibre drum manufacturing lines
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
FA 36 / 45
Mit Synchronantrieb
Digitale, stufenlose Bogenabstandsregulierung
Neuartiger Ausrichttisch in Nirosta
Kombifalztaschen mit integrierten Bogenweichen und Anzeigeuhren
Stabile Messerwellen mit einem Durchmesser von 40
Walzeneinstellautomatik über Papierstreifen
Geräuschloser Bandantrieb
Product Details
Kombifalzwalzen mit auswechselbaren Kunstoffringen
04.1180
Lieferbar in 2, 4 und 6 Falztaschen
Products
Guschky & Tönnesmann GmbH & Co. KG
Can manufacturing machinery from paper and board
Presently the delivery program of Guschky + Toennesmann
covers the following areas:
Guschky & Tönnesmann GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Spiral tube winding lines
Complete winding lines produce tubes with diameters from 10 mm up to 1,200
mm and up to 30 mm wall thickness for any industrial application.
Henkelstraße 243
40599 Düsseldorf
Germany
Composite container lines
These lines are dedicated to produce cylindrical paper cans and drums including
labeling and seaming.
Phone
+49-21197479-0
Fax
+49-211745916
Internet address
http://www.guschky.de
Slitter rewinders
E-Mail
[email protected]
These machines are used to cut large bobbins into narrow paper reels for spiral
winding machines.
Stand
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Square tube lines
This line manufacture tubes and cores for packaging applications.
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tur erweitert. Alle relevanten Daten sind jetzt von überall her aufrufbar – das
gilt für Belege ebenso wie für Projekte. Beim Belegdruck werden automatisch
PDF-Dateien erzeugt und im virtuellen Aktenschrank hinterlegt. Ein Schritt zum
papierlosen Büro.
Günther Business Solutions GmbH
Address
Eichenplätzchen 1a
51399 Burscheid
Germany
Die spezielle Edition advanter | projects verbindet kaufmännische Funktionen
mit branchenspezifischem Projekt- und Jobmanagement. Damit steht Mediendienstleistern eine hochflexible Business-Software zur Verfügung, die Sie auf
allen Ebenen der Jobbearbeitung und -verwaltung unterstützt.
Phone
+49-217449999-0
Fax
+49-217449999-55
Internet address
http://www.guenther-bs.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 07, 7.0 B (Page 944)
Company News
14.05.2008
Infos: www.guenther-bs.de / www.advanter.de
08.02.2008
Seit dem 21. Januar 2008 firmiert die Günther Datenverarbeitung GmbH unter
dem neuen Namen Günther Business Solutions GmbH. Das Unternehmen hat
sich für diese Änderung entschieden, weil der bisherige Name aus dem Jahr
1994 nicht länger seinem Selbstverständnis entsprach.
Günther Business Solutions GmbH
Aus PRAKTIKUS wird ”advanter”
PRAKTIKUS Professional, seit Jahren erfolgreich in hunderten Unternehmen
eingesetzte ERP-Lösung aus dem Hause Günther Business Solutions, trägt seit
Mitte Mai einen neuen Namen: ”advanter”. Der neue Name basiert auf dem englischen Wort „advantage“ und soll den Vorteil für den Anwender repräsentieren.
Die beliebte Business-Lösung war inzwischen so umfangreich geworden, dass
der Name PRAKTIKUS dem riesigen Leistungsspektrum nicht mehr gerecht
wurde. Auch vielfältige Reaktionen im Markt veranlassten dazu, über einen
neuen Namen für die erfolgreiche und moderne Software nachzudenken.
advanter ist technisch und inhaltlich nach wie vor die professionelle Softwarelösung (ERP, CRM, CAQ) mit mehr als 50 Business-Modulen für den flexiblen
Einsatz in unterschiedlichsten Unternehmen. Vor der Umbenennung wurden
einige neue Features für advanter entwickelt.
NAVI STACKS – alles schnell im Überblick advanter erhält eine neue Navigationsleiste. Sie gibt einen direkten Überblick über eingegangene Mails, anstehende
Termine und Aufgaben, Anwendungshinweise, die der User/Administrator selbst
erstellen kann, und vieles mehr.
DMS – echtes Dokumentenmanagement Das advanter Dokumentenmanagement wurde komplett überarbeitet und mit einer visualisierten Ordnungsstruk-
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Das reine Verarbeiten von Daten war einmal. Als modernes Softwarehaus entwickelt und realisiert die Günther Business Solutions GmbH heute Lösungen
für Unternehmen, die Nutzen und Mehrwert erzeugen. Die vielfältig anwendbaren Systeme (ERP, CRM, MIS, QMS) von Günther unterstützen, optimieren
und beschleunigen die Geschäftsprozesse der anwendenden Unternehmen erheblich.
Dazu liefert das erfolgreiche Softwarehaus nicht einfach eine Software im
Karton, sondern schaut mit dem Kunden ganz genau hin, wie und wo sich
Ressourcen sinnvoll erschließen lassen.
So entstehen immer wieder neue Features der ausgereiften Business-Software
PRAKTIKUS Professional. Mittlerweile stehen rund um die fünf BranchenEditionen Handel, Fertigung, Vermietung, Projekt und QMS weit über 50 Module
für die unternehmensspezifische Individualisierung zur Verfügung.
Die Günther Business Solutions GmbH versteht es als ihre Aufgabe, für ihre
Kunden Lösungen zu entwickeln, von denen sie nachhaltig profitieren. Dafür
steht der neue Name Günther Business Solutions GmbH .
Infos: www.guenther-bs.de
08.02.2008
PRAKTIKUS Professional mit neuen Modulen
PRAKTIKUS Professional von der Günther Business Solutions GmbH ist eine
hundertfach bewährte modulare Business Software-Lösung mit integriertem
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Projektmanagement, CRM-, Groupware- und Controlling-Funktionalitäten. Die
Software kann vom einfachen Warenwirtschaftssystem bis zur umfassenden
ERP-Lösung ausgebaut werden. Mittlerweile stehen fünf Editionen mit weit
mehr als 50 Modulen für verschiedenste Branchen zur Verfügung: Handel, Fertigung, Vermietung, Projekt und QMS.
PRAKTIKUS Professional wird unter anderem in folgenden Bereichen eingesetzt: Produktion (z.B. Maschinen- Anlagen-, Metallbau, Verpackungsindustrie etc.), Handel (Groß-, Versandhandel, technischer Handel), Mediendienstleister der Werbebranche, Druckvorstufe, Großformatdruck, Tonstudios und
TV-Postproduktion sowie Unternehmen für Geräte-Vermietung (TV-/Film- und
Tonequipment, Baugeräte etc.) und Eventmanagement. Durch die enge
Zusammenarbeit mit den Kunden kann die Günther Business Solutions GmbH
PRAKTIKUS Professional konsequent optimieren und auf die Bedürfnisse der
Anwender anpassen. Auf diese Weise sind aktuell zwei neue Module entstanden, die für viele Unternehmen von besonderem Interesse sein dürften.
Personalzeiterfassung (AZE) Das neue Modul ermöglicht die unternehmensweite
Zeiterfassung und ist einsetzbar als Web-Lösung mit Kommen-Gehen-Buchung,
Urlaubsverwaltung, grafischem Urlaubskalender und vielem mehr. Umfangreiche Auswertungsmöglichkeiten runden die Funktionalität ab.
Grafische Personaleinsatzplanung ist ein Modul besonders für Unternehmen
der Bereiche Security und Eventmanagement, die überwiegend auf die projektorientierte Rekrutierung von (freien) Mitarbeitern angewiesen sind. Es beinhaltet unter anderem eine web-basierende Jobrekrutierung, mit der Mitarbeiter
sich über ein Portal für Einsätze bewerben bzw. anmelden können. Integrierte
SMS- oder Email-Funktionalitäten erleichtern die Kommunikation. Eine neue,
vereinfachte Formularbearbeitung sowie eine integrierte Aufgabenplanung bieten größten Komfort.
02.1180
Database systems
02.1805
Software, Job Planning
03.1625
Software, Job Planning
04.1085
Production data processing
04.1650
Software, Job Planning
05.1265
Business branch software
06.1015
Databank services
06.1025
Data processing services
06.1065
Estimating software
06.1070
Management information systems
06.1085
Management software
Infos: www.guenther-bs.de
Product Overview
Günther Business Solutions GmbH
01.1165
E-commerce for printing industry
01.1430
Software, Job Planning
02.1090
Production data processing
02.1175
Data archiving
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tive mould solution (patented) • Reliable product transfer, especially for incline /
decline applications Small nosebars allow narrow gap transfers between differnet conveyor modules • High temperature sustainable belts: Only suitable plastic modular belts for use in shrink tunnel applications, thereby avoiding black
specks and heavy dead weight of wire mesh conveyors • Strongest belts on the
market: Suitability for pallet handling, high reliability and a high factor of safety
• Full range of Roller Top belts: Accumulation, transversal loading • Fast and
easy repair and thus downtime reduction
Habasit AG
Address
Römerstrasse 1
4153 Reinach-Basel
Switzerland
Phone
+41-617151515
Fax
+41-617151555
Internet address
http://www.habasit.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 14, A47 (Page 970)
Product Overview
Habasit AG
02.1420
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
03.1320
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
04.1270
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
05.1310
Address
Ulmer Straße 32
73037 Göppingen
Germany
Phone
+49-71616005-0
Fax
+49-71616005-78
Internet address
http://www.hang.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 13, C37 (Page 966)
Machine tapes
Product Details
04.1270
Hang GmbH, Constantin
Habasit AG
10.04.2008
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
Better performance with HabasitLINK® belts
HabasitLINK® plastic modular belts are often applied in
conveyors. They provide multiple advantages. In addition to increased productivity, less waste and higher
level of operator safety, customers also benefit from the following advantages:
• Smooth surface - stable transfer of goods Best grip top modules on the market
and the strongest connection between module and rubber, thanks to innova-
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Hang GmbH, Constantin
Mit High-speed und low-cost punkten
Mit etlichen Neuheiten rund ums Papier bohren präsentiert sich die Constantin
Hang GmbH zur Drupa. Eine Hochleistungsbohranlage für bis zu 3000 Stapel
pro Stunde sowie eine günstige Basisbohranlage bilden die Highlights der Innovationsoffensive. Darüber hinaus hat Hang eine Mehrfachnutmaschine für
die Ordnerherstellung, zwei neue Handösgeräte und eine bewährte Papierbohrmaschine in neuem Design entwickelt.
Was der Markt fordert, hat die Constantin Hang GmbH in ihrer neuesten Papier-
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bohranlage 255-10 bereits realisiert. Mit bis zu 3000 Stapeln pro Stunde ist die
neue Inline-Papierbohranlage die derzeit schnellste und leistungsfähigste am
Markt. Bis zu 76 mm hohe Papierstapel vom Format 105 x 148 mm (A6) bis
zu 220 x 330 mm werden parallel auf zwei Bahnen antransportiert und den bis
zu fünf Bohrköpfen pro Station zugeführt. Der Stapeltransport ist dabei, genau
wie der Bohrhub, von Servomotoren angetrieben und dynamisch regelbar. Die
Bohrer arbeiten mit dem Hang Soft-Touch-Modus, was Bohrerbruch nahezu vermeidet. Die Bohrköpfe können durch den Tangential-Kettenantrieb schnell und
einfach verstellt und ausgetauscht werden. Zwei Stellspindeln und digitale Positionsanzeigen ermöglichen reproduzierbare Formatumrüstungen mit wenigen
Handgriffen.
Product Overview
Hang GmbH, Constantin
03.1435
Hole punching and eyeletting machines
03.1460
Rivetting machines
03.1480
Paper drilling machines
04.1125
Letter-file-making machines
04.1450
Paper drilling machines
05.1345
Rivets
3000 Stapel je Stunde als Grenze des derzeit Machbaren
Am anderen Ende der Marktanforderungen präsentieren die Göppinger ihr
neues Model 345-30, eine modulare und flexible Basis-Papierbohranlage für bis
zu 1500 Stapel pro Stunde. Sie bietet beste Hang-Technologie zu einem günstigen Preis. Sie ist ausgestattet mit dynamischem Servomotorantrieb, SoftTouch-Modus, dynamisch regelbarer Transportgeschwindigkeit für die Papierstapel, Tangentialkettenantrieb und schneller Formatumrüstung. Umrüstvorgänge
auf andere Produkte werden durch Speicherung und Archivierung der Parameter Stapelhöhe, Vorschubgeschwindigkeit und Bohrerdrehzahl beschleunigt.
Modell 345-30 ist auf Rollen montiert, fahrbar und kann flexibel beigestellt und
mit einem Sammelhefter oder Klebebinder verkettet werden. Die Zuführung der
Stapel ist dabei von vorne, von hinten oder von seitlich möglich. Eine Dreheinheit ist nicht notwenig.
Ferner hat Hang eine Mehrfachnutmaschine für die Ordnerherstellung für große
Formate wie Musterbücher oder Kollektionsmappen neu im Programm. Sie
erzeugt mehrere Nuten in einem Durchlauf. Eine weitere Maschine kann
vollautomatisch und gleichzeitig zwei Metall-Kantenschutz-Leisten anbringen.
Komplettiert werden die Neuheiten durch Handösgeräte mit einfacher und
doppelter Ösenzuführung und mit verstellbarem Ösenabstand. Sie können
Ösendurchmesser bis zu 7,5 mm verarbeiten und haben eine größere Arbeitstiefe als bisher. Schließlich wird bei Hang die bewährte Papierbohrmaschine
207-00 in einem neuen Design zu sehen sein.
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Hang GmbH, Constantin
Paper drilling machines
Modell 255-10 und 345-30
Mit bis zu 3000 Stapeln pro Stunde ist die neueste Inline-Papierbohranlage 25510 von HANG die derzeit schnellste und leistungsfähigste am Markt. ——————————————
Modulare und flexible Basis-Papierbohranlage Model 345-30 für bis zu 1500
Stapel pro Stunde bietet beste Hang-Technologie zu einem günstigen Preis. (s.
Bild Nr. 09-02 HA-Bohranlage345-30.jpg)
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HANNECARD NV
Product Overview
Address
Ninoofsesteenweg 589
9600 Ronse
Belgium
Phone
+32 (0)55 23 76 10
Fax
+32 (0)55 21 03 59
Internet address
www.hannecard.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 15, C26 (Page 972)
Company News
02/04/2008
HANNECARD NV
02.1375
Damping rollers
02.1535
Varnishing rollers
02.1650
Impression cylinders, gravure and flexo printing
04.1395
Varnishing rollers
05.1175
Ink rollers
05.1490
Gravure cylinders
05.1505
Roller coverings
HANNECARD NV
Hannecard launches anti-adhesive roll covering
solution ’LOTUS’
Heiber + Schröder Maschinenbau GmbH
Following a period of elaborate testing, Hannecard is proud to launch its new
and revolutionary roll covering LOTUS. By combining a Teflon®-surface and one
of our high-end roll covering qualities, Lotus disposes of an incomparable set of
properties: a non-stick surface, high temperature resistance, complete chemical
resistance and remaining elastic properties. These characteristics will undoubtedly make it a valuable improvement for a large number of applications in the
converting, printing, paper and other industries.
Address
Feldheider Straße 52
40699 Erkrath
Germany
Phone
+49-21049376-0
Fax
+49-210435749
If you like to receive more information on this product, please download the
product sheet from our website (www.hannecard.com) or contact your local representative.
Internet address
http://www.heiber-schroeder.com
LOTUS will also be showcased at the Hannecard-booth (Hall 15/C26)at Drupa.
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 10, C24 (Page 954)
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Heraeus Amba Ltd.
Product Overview
Heiber + Schröder Maschinenbau GmbH
03.1335
Folding box lining machines
04.1255
Carton windowing machines
04.1275
Foil sealing machines
04.1680
Stacking devices for folding carton blanks
04.1720
Tray making machines
04.1750
Shipping bag making machines
Address
Thorpe Way
Banbury OX16 4ST
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1295272666
Fax
+44-1295272611
Internet address
Product Details
04.1680
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 03, C35 (Page 930)
Heiber + Schröder Maschinenbau GmbH
Company News
Stacking devices for folding carton blanks
Heraeus Amba Ltd.
Description
03/25/2008
Heiber + Schröder Maschinenbau GmbH was founded in 1985 and can since
then look back to steady growth. Since 1990 Heiber + Schröder has been in a
leading market position in the field of window patching. The number of machines
sold annually and the variety of machines and additional equipment offered are
second to none. A great number of world wide first inventions have influenced
today’s market for window patching machines significantly.
For Heraeus Amba Ltd, a UV curing lamp is not just a lamp, it is an important
part of our customers’ productivity and success. As Europe’s foremost UV curing
lamp manufacturer we have been supplying replacements and making original
lamps for equipment manufacturers for 20 years.
In 1998 H+S launched the world´s first window patching machine with automatic
setting.
In the late ’80th Heiber + Schröder started to develop new technologies for pickand-place operations in the field of folding carton and created new markets. The
second major is tray forming. Since 1993 a new technical concept has been offered for the production of conical trays, which has gained a leading market
position as well. In addition, an innovative system is offered for the production
of displays of various kinds. Heiber + Schröder also conducts special mechanical engineering for tailor-made problems in the processing of carton and film.
Currently, Heiber + Schröder is represented in 62 countries. About 96 % of the
annual turnover are allotted to exports. Development, construction, programming, and production of the machines take place in Germany. Aside from the
head workshop in Erkrath after-sales back-up can be provided by 12 service
agencies located throughout the world, thus ensuring local care for customers.
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UV Curing Experts at DRUPA
Our UV technical experts will be on stand 3C35 at Drupa this year to answer
your UV curing queries, and to advise on the best way to use and maintain your
UV lamps to ensure optimum performance. Amba UV lamps are renowned for
their quality and reliability. Every lamp is tested twice before it leaves our factory
to ensure it starts first time, every time to give you complete peace of mind,
whether you use one UV lamp, or hundreds.
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Product Overview
Heraeus Amba Ltd.
01.1305
Light sources for reproduction
02.1880
Dryers
02.1885
Drying plants
03.1670
Dryers
04.1735
Drying plants
Herzer Interflex unterstützt Sie gerne bei der Umsetzung, egal ob es um eine
herstellerunabhängige Beratung bei Maschineninvestitionen, oder das richtige
Material geht. Unsere Binderflex Produkte bieten die Gewähr für zuverlässige
Qualität und beste Maschinenlaufeigenschaften für eine nachhaltige Profitabilität.
Unser „Mega“ – Trend steht übrigens schon fest: Unsere Kunden haben Binderflex die letzten Jahre zum ersten und einzigen Komplettanbieter für die Industriebuchbinderei und das Handwerk gemacht. Zur drupa werden wir uns, das
erste mal auf einer Messe, auch als Solches in dieser Form präsentieren. Der
Komplettanbieter mit allen Materialien für die Industriebuchbinderei, oder kurz
- einer für alle(s)! Das bietet viele Vorteile. Wir kennen die ganz speziellen
Probleme der Druckweiterverarbeitung und bringen unserer Erfahrung und das
Wissen der möglichen Wechselwirkungen von Materialien oder Maschinen, aus
der über 30-jährigen Erfahrung, in jede Beratung und Produktempfehlung ein –
zum Erfolg unserer Kunden.
Herzer Interflex GmbH
Papierverarbeitungstechnik
Address
Hildebrandstraße 20-22
76227 Karlsruhe
Germany
Phone
+49-72194177-0
Fax
+49-72194177-22
Internet address
http://www.binderflex.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Company News
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Welche Trends zeigen wir im Maschinenbereich:
Binding-on demand oder Auflage 1+ wird die nächsten Jahre überproportional
wachsen. Wie so oft bei entstehenden Märkten gibt es jedoch noch keine Standards. Die Anforderungen vieler Interessenten sind noch sehr komplex. Gerade hier sehen wir unsere Aufgabe in einer umfassenden, flexiblen Beratung
für die wir, weil herstellerunabhängig in einer optimalen Position sind. Unsere
Empfehlungen für Maschinen sind immer individuell auf die Kunden zugeschnitten. Hier sprechen viele Referenzen für sich.
Für die Klebebindung von Digitaldruckpapieren bieten wir den ersten produktionssicheren und handhabbaren 1 – Zangen PUR - Klebebinder mit einem
Schlitzdüsenauftragssystem und einem hoch interessanten Preis.
Herzer Interflex GmbH Papierverarbeitungstechnik
BINDERFLEX zur drupa 2008
Produkte für klasse Bindungen....
Was wird der „Mega“ - Trend der drupa 2008 werden? Aussichtsreiche Themen
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gibt es viele, wir können gespannt sein. Davon unabhängig hat natürlich jeder
Besucher seine eigenen, individuellen Schwerpunkte. Ob die Verbesserungen
der Leistungsfähigkeit – quantitiv oder qualitativ - oder die Ausweitung der Angebotspalette, die Möglichkeiten sind vielfältig. Jeder entscheidet selbst über seine
eigene persönliche Weichenstellung und seine unternehmerische Entwicklung.
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Seit Jahren gehört Herzer Interflex im Bereich Drahtkammbindung zu den
führenden Anbietern in Deutschland und Österreich. Hier bieten wir vom kleinen
Handgerät bis zum Vollautomaten das komplette Programm. Zur drupa werden zwei neue Bindemaschinen von Rilecart vorgestellt. Bei Materialien bietet Binderflex ein Komplettes Sortiment aller Produkte für diesen Bereich. Die
größte Farbpalette, die unterschiedlichsten Aufhängerformen, Folien mit den
besten Zusammentrageeigenschaften.
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Traditionsgemäß liegt in Düsseldorf auf unserem eigenen Stand der Schwerpunkt im Materialbereich. Ein kleiner Auszug der Produkte für klasse Bindungen
für die Industriebuchbinderei und das Handwerk:
Product Overview
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03.1040
Bonding machines
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
03.1120
Bookbinding accessories
03.1125
Book embossing presses
03.1145
Book cover materials
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
03.1235
Corner rounding machines
03.1380
Perfect binding machines
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
03.1655
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1315
Calendar block making machines
04.1345
Glueing machines
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
Mit Binderflex erhalten Sie die besten Produkte für die beste Leistung, damit Sie
bei Ihren Kunden Erfolg haben.
04.1675
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
Für eine optimale Vorbereitung und umfassendere Informationen empfehlen wir
Ihnen auch unsere Internetseite www.binderflex.de.
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Binding machine supplies
Bei BINDERFLEX Klebstoffen bieten wir Dispersionsklebstoffe, die auch bei
Digitaldrucken beste Haltbarkeiten bieten. Unsere Bindertherm Schmelzklebstoffe haben viele Vorteile: hohe Wärmestabilität für wenig Reinigungsaufwand
und geringe Rauch- und Geruchsentwicklung. Niedrige Viskositäten für wenig
Blaseneinschluß, Fadenbildung und gute Benetzung der Blattkante. Der momentan innovativste Bereich sind jedoch die PUR – Schmelzklebstoffe. Hier
bieten wir ein komplettes Programm von traditionellen bis hin zu emissionsarmen, also nicht mehr kennzeichnungspflichtigen Produkten, natürlich für alle
Auftragssysteme.
Im Segment Selbstklebeprodukte bietet BINDERFLEX viele Lösungen und Produkte, speziell abgestimmt auf die Buchbinderei und Papierverarbeitung. So
können sich die Anwender darauf verlassen, dass es keine Wechselwirkungen
mit den diversen Oberflächen gibt, dass Temperaturbeständigkeit gegeben ist
und es letztendlich dauerhaft klebt, trotz der oft sehr hohen vorliegenden Belastungen. Natürlich ist auch die Konfektionierung speziell auf den Bereich abgestimmt oder können von uns individuell produziert werden.
Auch im Bereich Textilien gibt es neue Produkte. Heftfäden für die hohen Laufleistungen der modernen Fadenheftmaschinen mit guter Dehnfähigkeit und
Bruchstabilität. Bei den Binderflex Siegelfäden ist es möglich mit nur einem
Typ alle Maschinen, Papieroberflächen und –gewichte abzudecken. Ebenfalls
neu im Programm sind Kapital- und Zeichenbänder in hochwertiger Qualität und
Brillanz. Hierbei haben wir sehr viel Wert auf eine gute Wicklung gelegt, damit
es beim Abspulen keine Probleme gibt.
Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch in Düsseldorf. Gerne beraten wir Sie zu Ihren
ganz speziellen Projekten, wollen Ihre Ziele und Ihre Strategie verstehen und
zusammen mit Ihnen ganz konkrete Lösungen entwickeln. In einer Zeit immer komplexerer Aufgabenstellungen, reichen herkömmliche Lösungen oft nicht
mehr aus. Unsere Ergebnisse können sich sehen lassen: mal sind es optimierte
Prozesse, oder eine höhere Qualität, mal reduzierte Kosten. So tragen wir zum
Erfolg unserer Kunden bei.
See you in Düsseldorf – wir wünschen eine gute Anreise!
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Bookbinding accessories
05.1040
Book cover materials
05.1080
Wire and plastic bindings
05.1200
Foil & Film (material)
05.1220
Stitching wires and clamps
05.1270
Adhesive tapes and foils
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Adhesives and glues
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Plastic films
Product Overview
Herzig GmbH, Arnold Radus Codiersysteme,
RadusCard
Address
Am Leveloh 16
45549 Sprockhövel
Germany
Phone
+49-2324754-0
Fax
+49-2324732-72
Internet address
http://www.radus.de
Herzig GmbH, Arnold Radus Codiersysteme,...
02.1270
Continuous stationery converting machines
02.1440
Stationery imprinting machines
02.1480
Card manufacturing systems
02.1580
Numbering units and machines
02.1700
RFID systems
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
03.1255
Continuous stationery converting machines
03.1280
Labelling machines for printed products
03.1370
Card manufacturing systems
03.1470
Paging machines and equipment
04.1325
Card manufacturing systems
Product Details
04.1325
Herzig GmbH, Arnold Radus Codiersysteme,...
Card manufacturing systems
RadusCard - Card Processing System
E-Mail
[email protected] radus.de
The “get in business solution” for the production of
prepaid-scratch and RFID cards.
Stand
Hall 11, C77 (Page 958)
Designed for coding and personalization of prepaid
phone cards, calling and internet cards as well as RFID
cards. The system processes ISO CR80 - sized cards
(85,6mm x 54mm / 3 3/8” x 2 1/8”), thickness from
0,25mm to 1,0mm, cardboard and plastic. Printed PIN’s are covered by a scratch
panel applied by a hot stamping unit or a labeller. Due to the modular design
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the machine can be equipped with different functions: • databased coding and
personalization up to four inkjets • PIN covering by hot stamping scratch foil and
scratch labels • camera verification of print data and scratch panel • 180° card
flipper - frontside / backside printing • RFID high-speed personalization, up to
12.000 cards/h
HIFLEX GmbH
Executive Information System as a Leadership Tool
Address
Rotter Bruch 26 A
52068 Aachen
Germany
Phone
0049-241-1683-0
Fax
+49-241-1683-301
Internet address
www.hiflex.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 09, D44 (Page 952)
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02/26/2008
of Hiflex GmbH. Which is why the Hiflex MIS now includes an EIS system as information cockpit. “With the increasing volume of data and the use of database
systems, management wants to have direct access to data that supports their
leadership function. However, management information systems alone cannot
meet this requirement. Still, management at various levels should be given both
detailed and summary information from the operational database of the management information systems.” Key requirements include standardized reports,
the availability of information at all management levels, and up-to-date summary
information covering all business activities.
An Executive Information System (EIS) is defined as a management system
which offers decision-makers relevant and up-to-date information via intuitive
and customizable user interfaces. An EIS promotes communication, provides
current data, filters out irrelevant data, and presents information which is important for decision-making. “In such a system, information about all aspects of
the company is gathered from internal and external sources, and subsequently
processed and presented to management in a format suitable for senior executives“, explains Stefan Reichhart. „Since EIS evolved from reporting, it can
present both summary and detailed data views.” Rather than help prepare a
decision, EIS is used for initiating decision-making processes. In addition to
passive searches for relevant information, early warning systems which alert
management to special situations and unusual data configurations, are gaining
importance.
Nothing without a Database
HIFLEX GmbH
Hiflex Information Cockpit EIS
The Hiflex EIS (Executive Information System) leadership tool supports management decision-making processes
If the term Management Information System (MIS) is to replace the rather bland
term Business Software, it has to live up to its name and truly provide management with information - quickly and at a glance. With its Information Cockpit EIS
(Executive Information System), Hiflex has expanded its MIS to let management
view the key company data at a glance.
”If used correctly, information is a key success factor. However, gathering information does not necessarily mean sifting through huge piles of records or
papers. Information gathering can be automated,” says Stefan Reichhart, CEO
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From the very outset, the Hiflex business software has been using databases.
Even though it developed into a management information system some time
ago, the approach is still the same. The Hiflex MIS has always provided all relevant analyses of sales, orders, orders not received, or statistical data for sales,
contribution margin, and added value planning virtually at the push of a button.
Yet all of the relevant information had to be generated manually. With the integrated EIS system, Hiflex has created an information cockpit, configured for
specific Hiflex user groups, which processes analyses as dynamically generated
tables and graphics. “EIS is basically a Controlling instrument,” explains Stefan
Reichhart, “but not just for Controlling or Management. As we see it, technical
staff members or schedulers are also decision-makers who need correct and important information to do their jobs. We call this role-based or individual-based
analysis. After all, an employee who works in scheduling or in the warehouse
needs different information than top management.” The Hiflex MIS focusses on
providing company metrics which are updated daily. Using appropriate navigation tools, the user can work with different databases and either call up a broad
range of data or drill down for more specific information. “The user interface is
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not complicated and can be used intuitively. It offers a flexible design that can be
customized according to user preference, i.e. it can display more or less text or
graphics,” Stefan Reichhart explains. A wide variety of display modes are available for quick data viewing: dynamic line, bar, or combined line-bar diagrams,
various pie, ring or scatter diagrams, and radar diagrams, maps, graphic representations, and tables – whichever is most meaningful and understandable.
Maximum Flexibility
“In every case, the information cockpit (substantially) increases data transparency for the executive. Immediately after logging on to the system, the executive can view key data on business activity, utilization, deadlines, etc. without
having to first generate a report,” Stefan Reichhart continues. “In addition, the
system administrator can edit individual tables and program masks. This turns
data into dynamic tables or graphics.” The Hiflex MIS can generate a virtually limitless number of tables with almost any number of columns. However, presenting this amount of data on a screen would be confusing and counterproductive.
Instead, if a table has about 50 columns, only the truly relevant ones - perhaps
about ten - will be shown and can be viewed on the user’s screen by entering
the coordinates at the desired location. With the flexible Hiflex user interface,
which can be freely modified, all other data will be hidden, but remain active in
the background. This is particularly helpful for linking tables for the EIS. The
EIS can provide information on sales activities by listing summary data for the
entire year and for individual sectors or customers. Management is now able
to trace data back to a specific day to analyze information, such as seasonal
correlations, and select different views, such as sales analyses broken down by
selected criteria.
EIS is already part of the Hiflex MIS 2008 release.
03/03/2008
Estimation and Imposition with Hiflex - About the
essential meaning of a powerful business software at
the forefront of integration
Among all of the euphoria surrounding integration and JDF, one point cannot
be overlooked: a company has to do its “homework” prior to a successful implementation. Because JDF, or the associated effects of integration, cannot be
purchased – each company has to lay the foundation by planning, developing,
and organizationally preparing the requirements for themselves. This is based
on the structural gathering of internal procedures and the corresponding figures,
as well as business software that can administer and display the necessary internal business functions. “A JDF integration depends primarily on whether the
business software can map complex estimates in an operation with technical
accuracy,” says Stefan Reichhart, Hiflex CEO and expert on modern workflows
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and JDF integrations. In other words: what good is the most stylized integration (however highly automated), if the basis, estimate, materials management,
scheduling, and other areas do not work, or only work imperfectly?
MIS as Expert System
It all sounds logical and comprehensible. But this means that all products, machines, materials, hourly rates, performance data, and work processes in the
company need to be recognized and monetarily evaluated. Only then does it
really make sense to utilize a Management Information System (MIS). As the
name already indicates, an MIS serves to manage the information. But it can
only do so, when one “feeds” the system data for it to calculate and derive relevant information. Stefan Reichhart describes this as follows: “The Hiflex system
is an expert system. It can be fundamentally compared to a plant manager who,
based on his experience, finds the best possible production method for each
product. This experience is configured in the Hiflex system using logic parameters, so the system can independently select the best production method based
on the product definition.”
A Philosophy Similar to CIP4 Specifications
The Hiflex business software philosophy is based on the following considerations and facts. A print product that needs to be estimated and produced generally contains two essential levels: 1. The product definition describes the structure of the print product to be produced. 2. The process definition describes the
production methods.
The product definition includes information about the product type, number of
pages, final format, color, and paper type, as well as special processing forms
or refinements. In the process, a print product is divided into various product
components such as cover and content. This is necessary if inks or print substrates vary according to specific product components. The process definition
is derived from the product definition, because the positions essential for production are already preset through the definition of the product components and
volume. In the process definition, for example, the signatures are defined for
which a 28-page content can be produced. This is ultimately dependant on the
operational production facilities, which are, in turn, determined by the machinery available. Only then are the necessary individual processes defined (such
as imposition, proof, plate exposure, production run, refinement, and finishing.)
This approach to a print product is nearly identical to the JDF specifications.
“This initially has little influence on the pricing, but is a huge advantage if the
quote becomes an order,” asserts Stefan Reichhart. “Therefore, requirements
such as various products, options and runs within the estimate, gang runs, and
complicated processing steps must be authentically represented and stored in
the JDF format, along with the imposition scheme.”
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Auto-Pilot
Through this philosophy, it is possible to view the process definition in a tree
structure immediately after entering the product definition in the input screen.
In the Hiflex estimate, several end products with any number of product components can be constructed. Individual product components can be placed on
gang runs with the same substrates and inks or produced as an individual run.
After the product to be estimated is described (number of pages, format, color,
and substrate), the system automatically generates the entire production plan. In
the process, the system accesses operational knowledge stored in the system’s
decision tables. “Our customers report that about 80 percent of all estimates
can be processed using this automation,” states Reichhart.
Hiflex Estimate
With its business software, Hiflex offers automated estimation and job planning
of nearly all areas of printing and processing technology. Sheetfed and web offset products can be estimated along with the production of labels, folding boxes,
flexography, screen printing, and digital printing. The various printing and finishing processes can also be combined within an estimate. The following areas are
incorporated in the estimate: prepress (with individual processes), printing, finishing, and outside services, as applicable. Large products can also be detailed
using the flexible input structure – the creation of the production plan is fully automated with the “Auto-Pilot” function (see above). The expert knowledge required
to calculate the production plan is entered into editable logic parameters (tables).
These parameters allow the user to customize the system at any time to suit the
company’s data and requirements. Moreover, access to a comprehensive paper database facilitates price comparisons. Customer data (such as agency
and/or agents’ commissions, discounts, and credit history) is automatically applied. The estimate enables access to customer-specific parameters and price
lists. The system can apply individual material prices, hourly rates, and outside
service rates for each customer. In addition to the free input of cost positions,
the cost increases / decreases can be defined for individual areas (such as the
material for a specific production stage). Furthermore, the subtotals are constantly displayed using freely defined cost groups (such as the added value of a
specific production stage). The cost overview can be individually configured. A
full cost accounting is therefore just as possible as a fragmenting of the variable
costs or a differentiated contribution margin accounting. This enables the company to react individually to the market structure. An integrated quote generator
processes the quote, automatically transferring the estimate data into Microsoft
Word or a comparable system without the data having to be entered again.
Estimate and Product Planning in One Step
Nearly all providers of business software utilize the “tree structure.” The unique
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part of the Hiflex tree structure is that individual nodes can be brought together.
Signatures can be positioned on gang runs, split through cutting, and later
merged back together in the saddle stitcher or perfect binder. Through this
method the production process is not only understood at a glance, but also
mapped authentically and with technical accuracy. Ultimately, the estimate is
the basis for the job ticket, scheduling, historic costing, and, last but not least,
the JDF-based control of the production machines. As the preliminary costing
forms the basis of subsequent production planning and control, it is essential
that the system exactly regulate production routing during the preliminary costing. The time values applied from the Hiflex estimate are available for electronic
scheduling (and production planning and control) based on sheet or signature.
Work processes are logically linked together using flow-charts and displayed in
chronological order.
Shifting of the Imposition
Occasionally, a glance in the past makes it clear why work processes change
or why specific production steps need to be shifted to other areas. This is especially true for the imposition, which has constantly necessitated new jobs and
processing locations because of technological developments over the last several decades. In letterpress printing, the printer was still responsible for the
imposition of molds cast in lead. After the introduction of offset printing and film
and photo sets, the offset technician “glued” text and picture elements to the
page and, then, together on the printing plate. With the emergence of the text
and picture integration with CEPS (color electronic prepress system) and, later,
desktop publishing systems, the exposed pages (films) were compiled onto a
printing plate by the offset technician. Larger platesetters and more powerful
computers made Computer-to-film and, for the first time, the exposure of entire plates, possible with the help of operator-controlled imposition programs.
Computer-to-plate brought new workflow systems with it, in which an operator
impositions individual pages to entire plates and exposes them directly on the
plate. From then on, JDF shifts parts of this task to the routing: the imposition
is defined in the Management Information System, while the imposition takes
place in the production workflow (prepress).
Modifications per Mouse Click
The philosophy implemented in modern workflows requires that the imposition
take place at the order clerk level, while following all necessary formats, trademarks, and other elements. After all, the procedures should not be calculated
again in a subsequent production process. Therefore, it is key that Hiflex sets
the signature as the basis for imposition rather than the printing sheet. Only in
this way can it be assured, that, once defined, the order flows smoothly through
production into processing – or that it can be modified at specific decision nodes
without defining the product anew. A modification that also requires a new im-
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position, such as changing machine scheduling to a larger or smaller machine,
can take place at the click of a mouse.
02/26/2008
Structured Instead of Improvised
Hiflex is known worldwide as the technological leader in JDF integration. On
their drupa stand 9D44 Hiflex will present Management Information System Hiflex MIS with comprehensive JDF/JMF connectivity to ten systems of well-known
press and system suppliers in the print and media industry. Live demos will be
held in German and English language several times per day and they will take
place in an appropriate show theater that features three associated screens itself.
Which came first? The imposition or the estimate? Previously, one would first
create a folding template to see how the product should look. After that, one
could usually begin the estimate process. Nothing has actually changed, because after entering the product parameters, Hiflex builds the “digital folding
template,” which is definitely more than just a resource for the estimate. In addition to the useful operational information, the Hiflex estimate is an essential part
of the production process, defining the workflow in prepress, pressroom, and
finishing with the help of JDF data. Stefan Reichhart comes to the point: “The
production steps are now structured, not improvised.”
02/26/2008
Web2Print with Hiflex at drupa 2008
Hiflex presents closed and open Web2Print solutions live on its drupa stand
9D44.
The closed Web2Print solution “Hiflex eBusiness” allows customers and/or suppliers to access individually configured areas on the printer’s website with logindata. In the secure area the customers then have the possibility to carry out,
for instance, one or more of the following processes: to order customer-specific
standard products, to check on the status of the job (job tracking), to order from
a stock of finished goods or place a print order when the stock is too low (warehouse release order), to personalize print products within a given corporate design, to transfer printing data with assignment to the job, and to approve proofs
via the internet (softproof).
The open “Hiflex Webshop” (Example: www.printplaza.com) is a unique global
web shop system that is fine-tuned to the needs of the print product market and
facilitates an integrated product configuration. By the product configuration a
print product can be assembled from several modules (such as number of pages,
color, paper, finishing, and refinement) at lightning speed. Highlights: online estimate also of variable product formats (format of one’s choice), secure payment
processing, data upload function with automated data check (Preflight), online
proofing, order tracking, and package tracking. Hiflex Webshop communicates
with the printing company’s MIS system via digital JDF job ticket. Furthermore,
the system contains several tools for successful marketing (newsletter functionality, voucher-system, and others).
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Networked Production with Hiflex at drupa 2008
The live presentations comprehensively reveal the CIM concept (Computer Integrated Manufacturing) that has already been realised by numerous Hiflex users:
the integration of all processes relevant for production across system boundaries. This comprises the integration of external partners as well.
The acceptance of JDF StrippingParams as calculated in Hiflex in the prepress
system will also play an important role in the demos. Hiflex JDF StrippingParams
are transmitted to the prepress workflow system when the initial prepress job is
created. They are then used to automatically generate the imposition scheme
without further manual intervention (see screenshots). The prepress operator
can dispense with a complete working step because the imposition scheme is
automatically created in the prepress workflow system.
The live demos at drupa are based on unique real-life experience as Hiflex has
conducted more than 60 JDF installations world-wide. The interaction between
the different systems reveals how printers profit from practical improvements
and business benefits through JDF connectivity with Hiflex (proven by six first
places and three second places in the CIP4 Innovation Awards since 2005).
Product Overview
HIFLEX GmbH
01.1090
CIP 4 applications
01.1165
E-commerce for printing industry
01.1255
Internet and network services for the printing industry
01.1260
JDF-applications
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01.1340
PDF-applications
03.1230
E-commerce for printing industry
01.1390
RFID systems
03.1495
PDF-applications
01.1425
Software, Variable Data Printing
03.1625
Software, Job Planning
01.1430
Software, Job Planning
03.1710
Workflow systems
01.1445
Text recording machines
04.1085
Production data processing
01.1455
Drying units and cabinets
04.1190
E-commerce for printing industry
01.1465
Workflow systems
04.1500
PDF-applications
02.1090
Production data processing
04.1650
Software, Job Planning
02.1160
CIP 4 applications
04.1790
Workflow systems
02.1245
E-commerce for printing industry
06.1010
Consulting
02.1475
JDF-applications
06.1025
Data processing services
02.1620
PDF-applications
06.1065
Estimating software
02.1700
RFID systems
06.1067
Software commerciale
02.1800
Software, Variable Data Printing
06.1070
Management information systems
02.1805
Software, Job Planning
06.1085
Management software
02.1945
Workflow systems
03.1075
Production data processing
03.1185
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The main driving chain and air pump adopt the top brands products of Europe, as well as electrical components and driving parts from internationaly famous brands to ensure die cutting precision and reliability of running. Electric
control system monitor the operation state of the whole machine and revealed
through the man-machine interface through PLC, electronic cam and photoelectric switch, which is convenient for trouble diagnosis.
Higher Shengli Printing Machinery Group Co., Ltd.
Address
National Environmental Protection
Beijing 101102
China (Rep.)
Phone
+86-1060501-225
Fax
+86-1060598-958
Internet address
http://www.slg.com.cn
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 13, A91 (Page 966)
Product Overview
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SL-1060MPC Die Cutting Machine with Full Striping
Station
Higher Shengli Printing Machinery Group Co., Ltd.
Die-cutting machines
Product Details
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Man-machine interface monitors machine state, displaying running instruction,
trouble location, troubleshooting to fully actualize man-machine communication.
Industrial refrigerator of electrical cabinet ensures that electric components work
stably in constant temperature. Specifications: Max. sheet size 1,070 x 790mm
Sheet specification 100-2,000 g/m2 Min. sheet size 450 x 360mm Corrugated
board ≤4mm Max. die cutting size 1,060 x 780mm Max. speed 8000P/H Max.
die cutting pressure 250T Min. front margin 5mm Overall size(L×W×H) 4,990 x
2,700 x 2,060mm Total power 18KW Total weight 17T
Higher Shengli Printing Machinery Group Co., Ltd.
Die-cutting machines
SL-1060 Die Cutting and Creasing Machine
The SL-1060 automatic die cutting and creasing machine is the key equipment, which is designed for
die cutting, creasing and cold embossing paper products such as paper cassettes, cartons and paper labels. Unique drive gears are adopted, such as highprecision indexing mechanism, pneumatic plate-lock
system, pneumatic clutch, over-load protection, and electric pressure adjustable
system, to ensure the stable and high-speed running of the machine. This machine is equipped with practical and reliable mechanisms, such as pre-stacking
device, secondary feeding device, variable speed paper conveying mechanism,
automatic secondary delivery mechanism, pneumatics sampling mechanism,
automatic timing lubrication device, and cooling facility for oil, which ensure the
excellent performance of the machine.
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SL-1060MPC automatic die cutting and creasing machine with stripping station The SL-1060MPC automatic
die cutting and creasing machine with stripping station is key equipment for die cutting, creasing and cold
embossing paper products such as paper cassettes,
boxes, board containers and paper labels, etc. The machine adopt high-speed
striping devices to improves efficiency greatly.
Many advanced devices are adopted, such as high-precision indexing mechanism, pneumatic plate lock system, air clutch, over-loading protection system,
and electric pressure adjust system, to ensure stable and high speed running
of the machine. This machine is equipped with practical and reliable functions
such as pre-stacking device, secondary delivery unit, pneumatic sampling unit,
automatic timing lubricating device and cooling facility for oil, which ensure the
excellent performance of the machine.
The main driving chain and air pump adopt the top brands of Europe, as well as
electrical components and driving elements adopt international famous brands
to ensure die cutting precision and reliability of running. Electric control system
monitor the operation state of the whole machine and revealed through the manmachine interface by PLC, electronic cam and photoelectric switch, which is
convenient for fault diagnosis.
Man-machine interface monitors machine state, displaying running instruction,
trouble location, troubleshooting to fully actualize man-machine communication. Industrial refrigerator of electrical cabinet ensures that electric compo-
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nents work stably under constant temperature. Specifications: Max. sheet size
1070×790mm Sheet specification 100-2000g/m2 Min. sheet size 450×360mm
Corrugated board ≤4mm Max. die cutting size 1060×780mm Max. die cutting speed 6500P/H Max. die cutting pressure 250T Max. speed with stripping
6000P/H Overall size 6060×2790×2060mm Min. front margin 5mm Total weight
20T Total power 21KW
fully according European Union CE safety certification standard to ensure steady
performance and convenient operation.
SL-800M Die Cutting and Creasing Machine
SL-920MT realize automation in process of paper feeding, die cutting, foil stamping and paper delivery, not only auto-check, displaying trouble location and sampling without stop, but also higher die cutting pressure and precision. The main
drive system is equipped with pneumatic clutch and brake device and axle of
main chain wheel installed with torque limiter, concert with electric eyes and
other safety device to prevent from accident damage, fully ensure the security of people and machine. Specifications: Max. sheet size 920×650mm Min.
sheet size 360×320mm Max. die cutting size 910×630mm Max stamping size
900×600mm Sheet specifications�cardboard paper� 90-2000g/� Front margin 8�17mm Sheet specifications�corrugated paper� ≤4mm Max. Pressure
200T Max. Speed 6500P/H Max height of feed pile 1250mm Main motor power
11KW Max height of delivery pile 1000mm Total power 46KW Total weight 14T
Heating area 20 individual heating zone�Max heat temperature 180� Air supply
0.6Mpa,�0.6m³/min Overall size(L×W×H) 5600×4500×2200mm
SL-800M automatic die-cutting and creasing machine
is a key equipment which is designed for die-cutting,
creasing and cold embossing paper products such as
paper cassettes, boxes and labels, etc. Unique drive
gear systems are adopted such as high-precision indexing mechanism and pneumatic clutch to ensure stable and high speed running of the machine. This machine is equipped with
practical and reliable mechanisms such as pre-stacking device, vice feeding device, speed-variable paper conveying mechanism, vice delivery mechanism and
pneumatic sampling device, which ensure the excellent performance of the machine.
Electrical components and driving parts are all of top brands all over the world
to ensure die cutting precision and reliability of machine. Man-machine interface is used to monitor and to display running status, trouble location, trouble
shooting and relevant help information to fully actualize man-machine communication. Specifications: Max. sheet size 800×620mm Sheet specification 1002000 g/m2 Min. sheet size 360×290mm Corrugated board ≤2mm Max. die
cutting size 790×610mm Max. speed 8500P/H Max. die cutting pressure 150T
Min. front margin 5mm Overall size(L×W×H) 4290×2330×1980mm Total power
13KW Total weight 10T
SL-920MT Die Cutting and Foil Stamping Machine
SL-920MT Automatic die cutting and foil stamping machine is a new innovation with two functions of longitudinal and transverse stamping. It is developed on the
basis of years of practical experiences by our old technicians, combined with merits & demerits of domestic
and international foil stamping machines and customer
demands.
We regard design philosophy of “stabilize, durable, safe and easy to operate”
as leading thought when developed this machine. Done great innovation to the
whole frame structure and most principal organs, improved safe protection care-
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This is the key equipment for die cutting, stamping, creasing and cold embossing paper products, especially high-grade printing products, such as cigarette
case, wine box, gift box, small electronic appliances box, cosmetic box, etc. on
all those products, holography trademark and emboss creasing can be implemented perfectly.
Hilsenberg GmbH, Heinrich
Address
Fritz-Haber-Str. 15
46485 Wesel
Germany
Phone
0049-281-50021
Fax
+49-281-89630
Internet address
www.hilsenberg.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 14, D40 (Page 970)
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Hilsenberg GmbH, Heinrich
40 Jahre Hilsenberg
Product Details
04.1130
Hilsenberg GmbH, Heinrich
Envelope feeders
Hausausstellung im August
Schneider Kuvertanleger
mit
Einzelbogenanleger F-70 Dieser Anleger ist für alle
Druckmaschinen mit Einzelbogenanleger geeignet. Die
präzise Bogenvereinzelung erfolgt durch das bewährte
Saugluftsystem mit Saugerstange. Mit dem F-70 lassen
sich eine Vielzahl von Umschläge verarbeiten, ungeachtet
von Qualität, Form und Materialbeschaffenheit. Weitere Einsatzgebiete, für welche sich der Schneider F-70
besonders eignet, sind Broschüren, gefalzte Prospekte
für Adresseindrucke und Kunststofffolien. Schuppenanleger SF-80 Für den Einsatz an Druckmaschinen mit Schuppanlegern ist der Schneider SF-80 eine ausgezeichnete Lösung. Die äusserst kurzen Einrichtzeiten und die hohe Leistungsfähigkeit tragen zur Kostenoptimierung im Kuvertdruck bei. Der SF-80
besticht insbesondere durch die grosse Vorstapelkapazität von rund 450 mm.
Die Kuverts werden stehend vorgestapelt und durch einen speziellen Saugkopf
vereinzelt. Der Transport erfolgt ohne Verformung des Materials. Die Aufstossvorrichtung sorgt für einen sehr genauen Vorstapel. Selbstverständlich kann
der SF-80 auch an Druckmaschinen mit Einzelbogenanlegern eingesetzt werden.
Eurofold Schneider
IDEAL EBA NAGEL
Laconda D+K Xerox Renz usw.
VIP-Einladungen auf unserem
Stand
Einzelheiten auf www.hilsenberg.de
10.01.2008
Generalvertretung für LacondaZusammentragmaschinen
Hilsenberg Graphics Berlin
und
Heinrich Hilsenberg Wesel
als Kooperationspartner
Product Overview
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03.1100
Sheet feeders
03.1105
Sheet delivery units
03.1305
Folding machines, floor models
03.1380
Perfect binding machines
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
04.1130
Envelope feeders
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struiert, exzellente Serviettenqualität mit maximaler Produktionsgeschwindigkeit
zu kombinieren.
HOBEMA Maschinenfabrik Hermann H. Raths GmbH & Co.
KG
Address
Sie eignet sich durch ihre hohe Präge- und Falzqualität besten für die Herstellung von hochwertigen unbedruckten Servietten.
Robert-Bosch-Straße 24
41541 Dormagen
Germany
Highlights:
exzellente Serviettenqualität
Phone
+49-21337701-0
Fax
+49-21337701-7066
Internet address
http://www.hobema.de
hohe Produktionsgeschwindigkeit
sehr schnelle Formatwechsel
spezielles Falzzylinder-Schnellwechselsystem
wartungsarm
min. Umrüst- und Stillstandzeiten
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 10, E23 (Page 954)
leistungsstarke, besonders flexible automatische Übergabestationen
Technische Kerndaten:
Prinzip: Bandmesser
Material: Tissue, Airlaid, Drylaid
Product Overview
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02.1400
Flexographic presses, sheetfed presses
04.1455
Paper towel making machines
04.1465
Paper serviette making machines
04.1470
Paper handkerchief making machines
04.1530
Cross cutters
04.1580
Rotary cross cutting machines
Arbeitsbreite: 500 mm
Formatbereich: 220 - 430 mm
Prägung: alle Prägearten
Falzart: alle Falzarten
Leistung: bis 2.000 Servietten/min., max. 750 m/min.
Product Details
04.1530
Antriebe: wartungsfreie Servo-Einzelantriebstechnik
Konzeption: modulares, wartungsarmes Gesamtmaschinenkonzept
HOBEMA Maschinenfabrik Hermann H. Raths GmbH &...
Cross cutters
HOBEMA HiFlex-S
Diese einbahnige Hochleistungs-Serviettenmaschine wurde mit dem Ziel kon-
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HOLWEG
04.1090
Address
HOLWEG
Bag and pouchmaking machines
11, rue de la Hardt
67120 Molsheim/Strasbourg
France
CP 36 SERVOTECH - BAG MAKING MACHINE FOR
HEAT SEALED BAGS
Phone
+33-388478484
DESIGNED FOR THE MANUFACTURING OF HEAT
SEALED FLAT AND SATCHEL PAPER BAGS
Fax
+33-388384138
Internet address
http://www.holweg.fr
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Product Overview
v Machine range with focus on “Take away” food packed
in heat sealed flat paper bags, Sweet, Candy and
Chocolate Poly Propylene flat bags, Medical Sterilisation heat sealed flat paper
Bags
v Several kinds of bottom folding ( Grease proof bottom folding) – No folding,
sealing only – One fold and sealing – One fold, sealing and cold glue application
– Two folding with heat sealing and cold glue application
v Major Options: – Continuous window – Die cut window – Laminating with a
heat sealable film – Photo cell system for processing pre-printed reels
HOLWEG
01.1205
Flexographic proof presses
04.1495
Paraffining machines, waxing machines and plants
04.1090
Bag and pouchmaking machines
02.1655
Cross cutters
02.1410
Flexographic presses, webfed - narrow
RS 15 SERVOTECH - PAPER BAG MAKING MACHINE
DESIGNED FOR THE MANUFACTURING OF FLAT
AND SATCHEL PAPER BAGS
v Machine range with focus on fast food paper bags
(French fries, sandwich…)
v Major Options: – Continuous window – “Kebab Option” – Paraffin Applying
unit – Strip Applying unit ( possibility of manual closing of the bag after filling) –
Photo cell system for processing pre-printed reels
RS 26 SERVOTECH
DESIGNED FOR THE MANUFACTURING OF FLAT
AND SATCHEL PAPER BAGS
v Machine range with focus on bread and Bakery bags
v Major Options: - Continuous window - In line Microperforation of the PP film (hot needle) - Die Cut Window
- Wicket hole on the upper flap - Paraffin Applying unit - Strip Applying unit ( possibility of manual closing of the bag after filling) - Photo cell system for processing
pre-printed reels
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fast operations. The pressing cycle is controlled via light barriers. The optimised
bale sizes and weights of up to 550 kg ensure efficient truck loading.
HSM GmbH + Co. KG
Address
Bahnhofstr. 115
88682 Salem
Germany
Phone
+49 (0) 7553 / 822-0
Fax
+49 (0) 7553 / 822-160
Internet address
http://www.hsm.eu
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Company News
05/06/2008
The V-Press vertical baling press range is represented by several machines at
the stand. The machines will be displayed in a variety of versions. The smallest
machine from the V-Press series is the V-Press 610 eco. This is a compact
disposal solution for using on site, with a high pressing power of 120 kN and
bale sizes which ensure optimal HVG load utilisation. The eco version consists
of double doors with a hand wheel door lock. Thanks to its powerful motor, its
ergonomic design and its sophisticated and innovative technology, the HSM VPress 820 plus combines all the advantages of a baling press into one machine.
The plus version combines a loading cap with a hand wheel door lock. The VPress 1160 max has a pressing power of up to 532 kN with a maximum bale
weight of 550 kg and is the top model of the HSM V-Press series with its strong
pressing power and an extremely high level of efficiency. The max version is
equipped with a sliding door with a hydraulic door lock and an extra cover.
Due to its size, cost efficiency and capacity, the V-Press series is incredibly wellsuited for industry, manufacturers and retailers alike. With this compact baling
press you can reduce the volume of your on-site packaging material by up to
95%.
HSM GmbH + Co. KG
HSM presses on – with baling presses at drupa
Once again it is time for drupa, the world’s leading exhibition for the print and
media industry, to open its doors in Düsseldorf after four years from 29th May to
11th June. HSM GmbH + Co. KG, the Salem-based manufacturer of document
shredders, cutting machines and baling presses will be presenting the fascinating new machines from the HSM Environmental Engineering product range in
hall 17, at the 210 square metre stand A55.
The HSM AK 807 fully-automatic, continuous press primarily stands out due to
its versatility. The maximum throughput of up to approx. 6.5 tonnes per hour
makes it the ideal press for industrial applications of small to medium quantities. Connecting to an air feed is also easily possible. The bales are strapped
three times manually with a polyester strap and reach a weight of up to 60 kg,
depending on the material.
Further information can be obtained directly from HSM or on the Internet at
www.hsm.eu
Product Overview
HSM GmbH + Co. KG
02.1005
Waste disposal systems
03.1005
Waste disposal systems
03.1035
Waste paper disposal plants
04.1005
Waste disposal systems
In addition, the VK 5512 will also be on display at the HSM exhibition stand.
The VK 5512 is a fully-automatic channel baling press for continuous loading
and with fully-automatic, 5-fold wire strapping. With a pressing power of 560
kN and a throughput of up to 435 m³ per hour, the press is particularly suited
for compressing cardboard, foils and paper, but is also suited for packaging in
Germany’s DSD system and for PET bottles. The large loading apertures enable
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protected and perfectly presented. Hugo Beck has the technology for this kind
of finishing. ”We see ourselves as a competent problem solver for further processing printed materials, because we create added value for printed products
to increase their acceptance”, Heimann said. Although the additional benefit is
paramount, the Swabian machine builders also keep an eye on the marginal
costs. In order to keep these under control, Hugo Beck has been successful
with technical innovations such as the conversion to single servo-drives many
years ago or currently with an intelligent mailing system and the new machine
generation neo X.
Hugo Beck GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Daimlerstraße 26
72581 Dettingen an der Erms
Germany
Phone
+49-71237208-0
Fax
+49-7123872-68
Internet address
http://www.hugobeck.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, C57 (Page 962)
Company News
05/21/2008
Hugo Beck GmbH & Co. KG
Off to the Drupa 2008 with innovative finishing
solutions
Hugo Beck has made a name for itself as a leading manufacturer of film packaging machines and packaging lines. But its machines for print further processing have in the meantime grown to become an equally important business division. The solutions that the machine builders have for the printing industry are
to be presented by the specialists from Dettingen near Stuttgart at the Drupa
2008. ”Although we are only one of a record breaking 1800 exhibitors and not
even the largest –in the area of finishing, we are one of the most innovative”,
promises managing director Horst Heimann.
Bigger, faster, better, cheaper - at the Drupa 2008, the largest international meeting of the industry, the superlatives dominate. No wonder that exhibitors from all
over the world want to make the best impression with their products and services
for the printing and paper industry on an area covering 170,000 square meters.
The superlative that Hugo Beck is contributing for the expected 400,000 professional attendees is ”better finish”. There was a time when a printing product
stood alone as a value by itself. Today, product samples, CDs, folders and lottery
postcards are a natural part of catalogues, magazines and newspapers. However, these first become ‘bettered finished’ if inserts are attached neatly, well
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Hugo Beck will be showing its most recent development at the Drupa, the film
packaging machine neo X in combination with the inserting machine ESM 15.
This is usually used in combination with adhesive binders or collecting album
machines. It can process up to 15,000 magazines per hour, insert advertising
supplements, do corner conversions, glue address labels and de-stack. Only
the push of a button is necessary in order to change the plant over to the newly
developed newspaper feeder ZA 450 from Hugo Beck, which dispenses daily
newspapers, inserts advertising supplements and conveys the complete product into the neo X where it is packed in film. Apart from the precision, the speed
and the flexibility of the plant are remarkable - time-consuming re-fitting or long
downtimes are not necessary. ”We want to show that the added value we create
does not cost more money and time to the same extent”, Heimann says. Orientation to the needs and wishes of the customers - this is the finishing specialist’s
priority in all respects. In this way, the new machine generation neo X has been
developed from market needs, and is thus based on intensive customer surveys. The result was a long wish list with three main points of interest: the
users wanted better ergonomics, simpler maintenance and adjustment possibilities with the machine running. Neo X fulfils these requirements with a slimmer
machine corpus, which improves access to all moving parts, and a tilting machine hood. In addition, side welding has been automated in order to enable
fine adjustments during operation of the machine. Maintenance and service of
the machine are fast and simple thanks to a tilting waste winding system, tilting
switchgear cabinet and fixation of the machine trim with locking bolts instead
of screws. Apart from this, the engineers decentralized the controls of the neo
X. This allows machine operators to accomplish safe slow running, also with
the hood opened. The customer has the assurance of getting tested modules
which are also easy to exchange, because the controls are produced as complete function groups in-house and are then assembled using a plug-and-play
technique.
A second innovation in the field of print further processing is the mail line system, which (nearly) fulfills all customers’ requirements at once: Depending on
the configuration, which is virtually arbitrary because of the plug-and-play technology used by Hugo Beck, the plant is able to compile, insert, glue-on and print.
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On the basis of the supplied customer data, it can compile and address individual catalogue mailings with exact target group product and service supplements
fully automatically. More service and lower unit costs with the highest quality:
Hugo Beck represents this philosophy – and not just at the Drupa 2008.
05/20/2008
Druckhaus Kaufmann improves its processing
capability
Growing quality consciousness on the side of the customer, increasing unit
costs at German production sites and ever smaller time windows: for a printing
house to become a leading player it requires highly flexible, complete production
chains to meet the demands of the industry. The roll printshop Druckhaus Kaufmann in Lahr in the federal state of Baden invested almost three million euros
in a large adhesive binding line by Kolbus that is coupled with an inserting line
by Hugo Beck.
A new bookbindery within two weeks? What some at the Kaufmann company
considered a joke at first quickly turned into reality in light of 12 fully loaded
trucks in front of the company gates. Step by step, the assembly teams conjured
up a new plant system from the machinery-filled hall. For Karl-Heinz Becker,
Technical Manager at Kaufmann, the new ‘Publica adhesive binding line’ had
cast its shadow long before: “Because the roll is the pacemaker in our company
and because we do large capacities with our 48-page machine, the print finishing
must be able to quickly process large volumes in terms of print run and size. And
only two or three suppliers were able to provide that.”
“It was a great help that Kaufmann analysed the order structure of an entire year
and provided the data to our project planning department,” said Michael Klopfer,
Sales Manager for South Germany at Kolbus. The data made immediately clear
that a fast adhesive binder was needed. Their openness resulted in a very short
planning and assembly phase that paid off for Druckhaus Kaufmann.”
The new plant system produces 10,000 to 15,000 catalogues per hour. It consists of a collating machine with 18 stations, an adhesive binder with Hotmelt
and PUR paste application, two cooling towers and an automatic 3-knife cutting machine. For Druckhaus Kaufmann, it opens up completely new horizons.
“We produce high-quality catalogues for the travel industry, for furniture, fashion, mail-order and publishing companies. This kind of production not only requires sophisticated colour management but also sophisticated print finishing,”
said Managing Shareholder Markus Kaufmann. Even if we commission the most
capable bookbinder, they are not as close to the customer as we are. The danger is that in the end you get only average quality even for high end products.
Now we can say: ‘We do these things in-house as well.’ That’s added value from
the point of view of the customer.”
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In the end, the planning staff was concerned about the required flexibility and
diversity of the plant. Since more and more publications want to increase their
communication and advertising effect through add-ons and insert media, the
inserting lines by Hugo Beck were needed here. With the plug and play technology, the plants can be used both for adhesive binding and wire stitching application. In addition, the dockers may be used alone or as subunits with the saddle
stitcher. Due to module-controlled components, the manufacturer of this flexible peripherals technology had no trouble getting into the Kolbus concept. ”The
combination of Kolbus and Hugo Beck is working perfectly,” said Horst Heimann,
General Manager of Hugo Beck. “The glued products run through a conveyor
line with buffer spaces to the fully automatic insert line without requiring manual
insertion of the product.” This keeps unit costs low. While print finishing work
including set up and assembly are often among the most personnel-intensive
departments, at the Kolbus plant some 800,000 catalogues were processed in
10 shifts, with only three machine operators plus 2 – 6 further colleagues per
shift.
“It was impressive how fast the plant was put into operation. The team was
motivated because it had asked for just this system and it was fun to realise this
with Kolbus and Hugo Beck,” summarizes Karl-Heinz Becker.
05/20/2008
Customer orientation begins in the development
department. The new neo X.
Customer-oriented technology and industry-specific value added – this was
how the mechanical engineering company Hugo Beck made it to the top. Today,
the specialist packaging and finishing company of Dettingen near Stuttgart is
one of the leading manufacturers of plant and equipment worldwide with 150
employees and representations around the world. The new machine generation
neo X was first presented to the public at the Interpack 2008. Its history of origins
shows that at the Hugo Beck company, customer orientation does not start at
sales but right in the development department.
“With the neo X machine generation, we have reached a new level of technology in mechanical engineering for film-wrap packaging machines,” says Ulrich
Dilger, Development Manager at Hugo Beck, with conviction. It was not an easy
job for developers and design engineers: the new machine generation was developed with the market in mind and therefore is based on in-depth customer
surveys. Based on detailed questionnaire comprising several pages that was
sent to many customers in Germany and abroad, they made up a list of points
of criticism, improvement requests and suggestions of the operators. Three
main topics were apparent: the customers requested better ergonomics, sim-
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pler maintenance and adjustment options while the machine is running. The
engineers at Hugo Beck were faced with the task of meeting those customer
requests – and they fully succeeded with the neo X.
But customer orientation is a tradition at Hugo Beck: about 60% of all automated
packaging systems built there are custom-designed solutions. In order to check
the costs in specialised machine manufacture, Hugo Beck focuses on modular
and standardised assembly groups on the one hand, while reducing production
and assembly costs by introducing continuous flow production on the other. The
machines are exclusively built in-house. “If we want to play a leading role in
the market we have to manufacture ourselves in order to give the customer the
confidence that the purchased technology works 100 percent,” said Managing
Director Horst Heimann. Since even the control systems are produced in-house
as complete functional-group controls and then inserted with plug and play, the
customer also gets tested modules that are easily exchangeable as well.
Heimann sees reliability and the willingness to meet customer demands as one
of the main reasons for the strong growth in recent years. Whether it’s creating
software and programming in-house including remote maintenance via modem
or flexible production with a state-of-the-art machinery pool, IT-based warehousing or international after-sales service for components sales – the company offers customers many advantages with its cooperation. “We consider ourselves
as premium segment solution providers for the packaging problems of our customers and as providers of high-end film-wrap packaging machines,” Heimann
defined the claim of Hugo Beck. It is not enough anymore to just realise a coherent protection for the packaged product. What is needed are clever, customeroriented solutions like the Hugo Beck film-wrap packaging machine for the wood
industry. In this machine, the travelling transverse welding unit ensures a continuous work process, the servo-controlled individual drive governs all motion
sequences and the interconnection with an intelligent CNC control system is the
focal point of the mechanical engineering. The packaging lines automatically
adjust to the given production output and are able to automatically set up the
spacing required for sealing.
The entire Hugo Beck Team is convinced that with neo X, they have created a
future technology that will add a great deal of process quality.
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02.1030
Addressing equipment for printed products
02.1070
Supplement inserting machines
02.1115
Block stackers
02.1150
Bundling machines
02.1260
Inserting systems
02.1305
Labelling machines for printed products
02.1430
Foil sealing machines
02.1560
Mailer machines
02.1770
Shrink film packaging equipment
02.1895
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1030
Addressing equipment for printed products
03.1060
Supplement inserting machines
03.1175
Bundling machines
03.1250
Inserting systems
03.1280
Labelling machines for printed products
03.1325
Foil sealing machines
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Shrink film packaging equipment
Company News
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
04/30/2008
04.1035
Addressing equipment for printed products
04.1140
Bundling machines
Description: The PEM570 removes the paper dust which adheres on the
paper-web and which also would pollute the following machines and digital
printer. The PEM works with compressed air.
Hunkeler Systeme AG
Paper web-dust removal system PEM 570
Advantages: - Contact-free removing of paper dust and electrostatic charging The cleaning interval of printer and following machines gets extended - Higher
printing quality - Independent of speed and condition of web - Small requirement
of space
04.1275
Foil sealing machines
04.1425
Mailer machines
04.1645
Shrink film packaging equipment
Product Overview
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Mailroom equipment for printed products
04.1005
Hunkeler Systeme AG
Waste disposal systems
Product Details
Hunkeler Systeme AG
Hunkeler Systeme AG
04.1005
Address
Industriestrasse 2
4806 Wikon
Switzerland
Phone
+41-62745-6464
Fax
+41-62745-6361
Internet address
http://www.hunkeler-systems.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 14, A40 (Page 970)
Waste disposal systems
Systems from Hunkeler Systeme AG work more economically
Hunkeler Systeme presents solutions for the disposal of paper, cardboard and
foil. We produce evidence for our innovations, our competence and service for
any kind of waste disposal systems: Our compact suction system HKU 4500 as
well as an exhaust system for 13 collection points and an air volume of 25’000
m3/h will be domonstrated live.
A central focus is the reduction of energy usage. The new controllers allow for
an automatic regulation of the evacuation air requirements with new frequency
converters and optimized sizing of the system components resulting in a considerable reduction of running cost, and use of natural resources. Hunkeler
Systeme AG is also demonstrating new operating concepts for operating and
monitoring of the entire system on different levels. Solutions go from simple
touch screens on the machines to entire process visualization, as well as the
integration of remote diagnostics.
INNOVATION: Paper web-dust removal module PEM 570. Advantages: - Contactfree removing of paper dust and electrostatic charging - The cleaning interval of
printer and following machines gets extended - Higher printing quality - Independent of speed and condition of web - Small requirement of space
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I.E.S. International Expanding Shafts S.r.l.
Product Overview
Address
Via Bergamo, 1
20098 S. Guiliano Mil.se
Italy
04.1655
I.E.S. International Expanding Shafts S.r.l.
Expanding shafts and couplings
Product Details
Phone
04.1655
Fax
+39-0298281101
Internet address
http://www.ies-srl.net
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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05/19/2008
I.E.S. International Expanding Shafts S.r.l.
+39-0298281079
1 EXPANDING AIR SHAFTS WITH INDEPENDENT
ELEMENTS
I.E.S. International Expanding Shafts S.r.l.
I.E.S. INNOVATIONS AT DRUPA – HALL 12 STAND
12B80
I.E.S. International Expanding Shafts Srl, an Italian leader manufacturer of expanding air shafts and chucks, has specialized in the production of differential
rewinding shafts with ball locks for slitter rewinders.
Its already wide range of products has been increased with two novelties that
will be exhibited at DRUPA.
The first one is the differential rewinding shaft type FDS7/3L This shaft enables
the use of cores with high tolerances or with differences in the internal diameter.
The cores locking is secured by a double row of expanding balls that grant a
perfect locking even of very narrow cores.
The second innovation is the differential rewinding shaft type FDS8/3LM for 6”
cores that combines both lightness and resistance thanks to the raw materials
used in its manufacturing. Also this type of shaft is available for 18 mm minimum
cut widths.
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Fitted with five or more independent air tubes each
one with its own retention valve.If one of the ait tubes
shoulsd accidentally leak air, the others remain inflated
and the job can be terminated uninterrupted: The repair can be postponed to whenever possible and the
damaged key row is easily identified because its the only deflated one. There
is no pumping effect as with shafts with one or more connected air tubes.The
air cannot pass from one tube to another pushed under the weight of the reel
during the rotation of the shaft and even the heaviest reel remains perfectly centered at any speed. The reel is blocked along its entire length .Nevertheless the
air tubes inflate and deflate simultaneously through one operation like common
pneumatic shafts.
3 EXPANDING AIR SHAFTS SELF-CENTRING LONG STRIPS
Equipped with long strip aluminium((with or without steel insert) elements have
been designed for use with any type of core material.Entire reel or ones cut in
two parts are perfectly centered without the need for other costly precentering
systems. Extremely light: an aluminium shaft for 150 (6”) cores weighs only 11
kg for body meter.
2 DIFFERENTIAL AIR SHAFT TYPE FDS5/3L UNI
AND BI-DIRECTIONAL
Particularly reccomended for the rewinding of reels of
material with variable thickness over the width of the
web maintaining an equal tension during the rewinding
of multiple slit reels. The ideal solution on slitting and
rewinding machines,this friction shaft ensures from the
first runs an equal and uniform winding of each single reel, even the narrowest
webs.The friction force is regulated ,when the machine is running, by a continuous air supply at a pressure ranging from 0 to 6 bar through a rotating joint,
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connected to axis of the shaft, that transmits the necessary torque to the individual reels to ensure a uniform winding.A simple turn of the cores on the ball
locks provides a firm radial and axial grip eliminating the need for any spacer.
NOVELTY AT DRUPA 08 : DIFFERENTIAL SHAFT TYPE FDS7/3L FOR C.I.D.
3” DIFFERENTIAL SHAFT TYPE FDS8/3L FOR C.I.D.6”
4 EXPANDING AIR SHAFTS FOR PAPER MILLS
Pneumatic type with independent expanding elements and patented pre-centing
system, are available entirely in steel or with aluminium body. Complete with
bushes and throttle geared valves for ”pope” rewinders ,are manufactured for
core inside diameters 6” to 20” and for body lengths up to 6 meter.
9 EXPANDING CHUCKS WITH KEY ROWS
The expanding air KEY-CHUCKS provide the same advantages as our expanding air shafts.Extremely light
they adopt the same pneumatic system.The simple design ensures reliability even under the heaviest work
conditions.Suitable fpr use with or without carrier shaft(smooth
or expanding) for cores with inside diameters from 76
mm to 300 mm(12”).
ICM MAKINA VE MUHENDISLIK LTD STI
6 EXPANDING AIR SHAFT WITH CORE PRE-CENTRING DEVICE
Address
Sefa Sirmen Bulvari 3.Km
41040 Izmit-Kocaeli
Turkey
Phone
+90-262-335-3320
Our air slitter shafts are manufactured from hard chromed and ground steel tube
or solid steel . Fast and reliable pneumatic grip of the counterknives is assured
along the entire body length. Available in various diameters and lengths according to customer’s requirements.
Fax
+90-262-335-3319
Internet address
http://www.icmmakina.com
7 EXPANDING CHUCKS - Pneumechanical +adaptors
E-Mail
[email protected]
Mod.SAFE-GRIP TPN-76 pneumechanical chucks is
commonly used on shaftless unwinders and rewinders.Adapters
for larger core diameters up to 300 mm are rapidly
mounted on the standard chuck body for 70 and 3” core
inside diameter.The SAFE-GRIP TPN chucks provide
perfectly concentric expansion,great load capacity and
transmit very high torques.
Stand
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8 EXPANDING CHUCKS WITH AIR BELLOW
ICM will be showing the new series ”H” high speed napkin folder with four colur
flexo printing and automatic transfer unit to ICM 400 napkin wrapper in Drupa
2008.
Rewind shaft that pre-centers both entire and cut cores by means of pistons or
key rows that expand from the shaft body pushed out by an exclusive patented
internal pneu-mechanical combined system. Available for core diameters from
76 mm(3”) to 500 mm(20”)
5 EXPANDING AIR SLITTER SHAFTS
Company News
01/18/2008
Our air bellow chucks are the solely ones that expand both externally inside the
core and internally on the carrier shaft.Two dowel pins are enough to lock axially
the chuck.They are very light and cheap,available also with core pre-centring
device.
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ICM MAKINA VE MUHENDISLIK LTD STI
THE NEW HIGH SPEED PRINTER WITH AUTOMATIC
TRANSFER UNIT
ICM ’ s designe engineers are looking forward to the event to share their long
hours of work of art with the world.
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Product Overview
01/23/2008
04.1465
Paper serviette making machines
Product Details
04.1465
IGT Testing Systems
ICM MAKINA VE MUHENDISLIK LTD STI
ICM MAKINA VE MUHENDISLIK LTD STI
Paper serviette making machines
Paper Napkin Production Machinery
High speed paper napkin production machines with and
without flexo printing , automatic napkin wrapping machines , paper towel and toilet paper rewinders , Laminated Z folders , Endustrial towel rewinders , jumbo tilet
paper rewinders.
All the paper converting machines produced by our team are working all over
the world and earning for their owners.
Keienbergweg 25
1101 EX Amsterdam Z.O.
Netherlands
Phone
+31-20409-9300
Fax
+31-20409-4842
Internet address
http://www.igt.nl
E-Mail
[email protected]
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During printing, variations in density and in colour always occur. The question is
to what extent these variations are visible and how large variation is permitted in
order to be still acceptable. To examine this, IGT Testing Systems has developed
the printability testers Orange Proofer x3 (or OPx3) and the Cx3. With these
testers three prints with different densities or colours can be made next to each
other on one strip of the substrate. The Cx3 has already been on the market for
some years with great success. Both testers are equipped with a printing disc
shaft that can be set in three different positions so three prints can be made next
to each other with a printing disc of 15 mm width.
Generally, it is not possible to indicate how big the deviation may be to be still
acceptable. The user of the tester therefore has to set the limits in such a manner that the results are within the tolerances as applied within the company or
required by the job.
The procedure is as follows. First, a known volume of ink is applied onto the
inking section of the tester. Then the printing disc is inked, the printing disc
shaft is placed in the position that is closest against the tester and a print is
made. The quantity of ink and the testing conditions depend on the combination
of ink and substrate. For tests according to ISO 2846 this has to coincide with
a layer thickness on paper of 0.7 to 1.1 µm. After this print is made, a small,
known quantity of ink is applied onto the inking section, the disc, that has not
been cleaned, is inked again, the printing disc shaft is moved forward till the first
‘click’ and a subsequent print is made. We recommend letting the printing disc
start in the same position as used with the first print. The same is repeated for
the third print whereby the printing disc shaft obviously has to be moved forward
again to the outmost position. This is how three prints can be obtained next to
each other with increasing densities.
IGT Testing Systems
Address
Determining variations in density with the OPx3 and
Cx3
Naturally, you can also work with a method by which the subsequent prints decrease in layer thickness and therefore in density. The method of working is
identical to the method described above except that no ink is added but ink will
be removed. This decrease of ink will be the quantity of ink that was on the
printing disc; after printing the disc is cleaned, dried and inked again. In this way
the ink layer thickness will be decreased by approximately 4%.
When this decrease is not enough because the difference in density between
the preceding print and this last one is insufficient, more ink can be removed by,
for instance, printing the printing disc on another paper and without cleaning,
inking it again and printing it on the test substrate in the subsequent position of
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the printing disc shaft.
The decrease of the ink layer thickness is then approximately 6%.
If this is still not enough, the printing disc can be inked again after the first print, be
cleaned, inked again and then printed. In this way, the decrease is approximately
8%.
The procedure to be followed depends on the ink – paper combination and on
the acceptance of the deviations that are observed. The colour, naturally, is also
very important. It is therefore impossible to give an exact method of working with
prescribed quantities of ink for all ink-paper combinations .
Whatever procedure is followed, you should be careful to prevent the ink from
drying on the inking section during the test period. If this does happen, the inking
section has to be cleaned after each print and inked again.
The advantages of working with the OPx3 or Cx3 are that the standard or accepted density is printed together with the plus and minus tolerances and that
the presentation of suchlike strips to the customer is very clear-cut.
Besides the described possibility of printing 3 strips of 15 mm next to each other,
with the Cx3 it is also possible to print 1 strip of 35 mm width whereas with the
OPx3 it is possible to print a 1 single maximum width of 50 mm.
01/23/2008
New! IGT Flexotester with integrated UV curing
UV flexoprint is now widely used, especially for labels and flexible packaging.
Partly as a result of the use of UV curing inks, a very high printing quality is now
possible in flexoprint approximating the quality of offset or gravure printing.
Since 1995, IGT Testing Systems has had a tester for testing substrates with
flexographical ink the IGT F1. A separate UV curing device can be supplied
for UV inks printed on this tester. For certain substrate and ink combinations,
however, the time between printing the UV ink and curing is too long if the standalone UV device is used. Based on the F1, IGT Testing Systems has therefore
developed a flexotester with an integrated UV dryer, where the curing is done
immediately after the printing. The new tester is called the IGT F1 UV. Just like
the F1 and the F1 Basic, the tester is fully suited for use within the frameworks of
ISO 2846-5 and ISO2834-2 for the measurement of colour of flexographical inks
and test prints with flexographical inks and gravure printing inks, respectively.
The printability of inks and substrates concern a number of aspects such as
colour, drying, gloss and absorption, etc. Now that UV curing inks are being
increasingly used, it appears that, especially with absorbent substrates such as
paper and board, the time between the ink transfer and the UV curing can be too
long. With a too long delay time, there is too much absorption of the ink in the
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substrate resulting in e.g. change of the colour strength and other characteristics
such as loss of gloss and low resistance to rub and abrasion. By integrating the
UV dryer in the tester and thus reducing the delay time to tenths of seconds, this
problem is solved and an optimum correlation with the printing press is achieved.
With the integration of the UV dryer, the tester has become larger than the standard IGT F1. The dryer is positioned immediate after the printing section, so
that a minimum time between printing and curing is realised. Here also, a flat
substrate carrier has been chosen, so that hard and rigid materials can also be
printed. The amply proportioned lower part of the tester houses the very quiet
cooling system that ensures that the outside of the tester never becomes warmer
than hand-warm and that it remains so cool in the vicinity of the light source that
virtually all substrates can be printed.
Another new feature of the F1 UV is that the engraved roller is driven separately.
The speed of the engraved roller can be adjusted so that an optimum filling of
in the cells can be reached before printing. Consequently, and in combination
with the possibility of using several pre-inking revolutions on the photopolymer,
the whole print of more than 40 cm can now also be used for measurement.
Printing and curing are done at a constant speed of the substrate carrier, so
that the UV ink is evenly transferred and cured. Practical tests have proven that
the colour strength of the test strips printed with the F1 UV and the other dry
properties have a good correlation with what is realised on the printing press.
The UV dryer is equipped with a UV lamp of 750 W generating A, B and C
class ultraviolet radiation. The radiated energy of the lamp can be adjusted from
70 to 100%. Depending on the use, the lamp has a lifetime of a maximum of
approx. of 1000 burning hours. The UV dryer is provided with protective sensors
that monitor the transport of the substrate through the system. The UV dryer is
equipped with water cooling to remove the UV lamp heat.
Working method The working method is as follows. With the aid of a (disposable)
pipette, a few drops of UV ink are applied to the nip between the doctor blade
and the anilox roller. Next, the anilox roller is activated and the ink is evenly
distributed in the cells of the anilox roller. After this, the print is made under the
previously-set printing conditions. Ink from the anilox cells is transferred onto the
photopolymer printing forme and from there to the substrate, which is fastened
on the substrate carrier. After the printing, the doctor blade, anilox roller and
impression cylinder are lifted automatically. The carrier with the printed substrate
passes the UV dryer at the same time.
Applications The F1 UV can be used for the same tests as the standard F1 and
is fully in accordance with ISO 2834-2: Test prints for liquid inks, that will shortly
become available. The colour on the printed test strips can be measured with
a spectrophotometer in accordance with ISO 2846-5: Flexographic inks. This
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device can therefore play an important role in production and mixing systems
and the quality control for ink. The printed test strips can be excellently used
for the determination of colour and density tolerances and the determination of
characteristics such as wear resistance, scratch resistance, adhesion and gloss,
ink transfer, light fastness and resistance to chemicals. Visual appraisal of the
colour is also possible. All kind of substrates can be printed on the tester: paper,
board, cellophane, plastic film, laminates and metallised substrates. In addition,
the F1 UV is suited for testing water- and solvent-borne inks and can be used in
the gravure printing mode for gravure inks. In these cases, the UV dryer is not
used.
IGT Testing Systems IGT is already 65 years the world-wide leader in the development and production of printability test equipment for the printing industry, the
ink industry and the paper industry. IGT participates actively in the development
of standards for these industries within ISO and other national and international
standardisation bodies. Based on the experience in printing and printability IGT
also performs worldwide certification for ISO12647. For detailed information on
the IGT Testing Systems products and services visit www.igt.nl.
Product Overview
01.1450
Gravure proofing presses
02.1165
Colour management, calibration and control systems
02.1325
Colour matching systems
02.1340
Colour measurement and evaluation devices
02.1395
Flexographic proof presses
02.1525
Laboratory printing presses
02.1565
Measuring and testing equipment
02.1585
Offset proofing machines
02.1615
Paper testing devices
02.1680
Control and drive systems
02.1855
Gravure proofing presses
04.1460
Paper testing devices
IGT Testing Systems
01.1095
Colour management, calibration and control systems
01.1170
Colour matching systems
01.1185
Colour measurement and evaluation devices
01.1205
Flexographic proof presses
01.1310
Measuring and testing equipment
01.1335
Offset proofing machines
01.1365
Proof systems
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following two years.
IKS Klingelnberg GmbH
Address
In der Fleute 18
42897 Remscheid
Germany
Phone
+49-2191-969-0
Fax
+49-2191-969-111
Internet address
www.interknife.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Company News
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How important is the hall for the Remscheid site? Thomas Meyer: A clear separation of production and dispatch department. The hall shall further serve as
main hub for Europe. At best the manufactured knives and saws are delivered
to the logistics hall by the other IKS Klingelnberg sites, labelled and packed according to the requests of the customer and dispatched quickly. This is a lean
and efficient process without long storage times.
The staircase of glass of your administrative building has been used for regular
art exhibitions for years. Since September an exhibition of Marcel Patrice Soyer
can be seen. You thereby also like to highlight the special relation of art and
technology. However, the facade of the new logistics hall is still purely white. .
. Thomas Meyer: But this is going to be changed. First further modifications of
the roundabout in front of our site will be realised. As soon as these works will
be completed, we want to improve the appearance of the hall. Whether only the
large company logo will be modified, remains to be seen. Marcel Patrice Soyer
is also interested in contributing to the design.
IKS Klingelnberg A globally operating company with its head office in Remscheid
IKS Klingelnberg GmbH
The hub for Europe
Interview with Thomas Meyer (Dipl.-Ing./master of engineering)
The headquarters of the IKS Klingelngberg group are located in Remscheid/Germany.
Operations at the site in the industrial park in Bergisch Born started in 1993.
This summer it was further extended by a new logistics hall. Dipl.-Ing. Thomas
Meyer, managing director of IKS Klingelnberg GmbH, talks about the above and
the future of the site.
Why has the Remscheid site been extended by the new logistics hall? Thomas
Meyer: This is a really interesting story. We made an analysis of our logistics
processes which revealed that capacities needed to be increased. In a survey
our employees also confirmed this result.
And then you realised the proposals of your staff ... Thomas Meyer: Exactly. The
staff members were delighted to be involved in the decision-making process.
Their proposal has been realised. It goes without saying that this is also quite
good for the morale within the company.
Furthermore, new jobs have been provided. How many employees work at the
Remscheid site? Thomas Meyer: We have 131 staff members. Regarding the
new logistics hall there are 24. This number is to be increased to 31 in the
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Whether the first thing you grip in the morning is the newspaper or another item,
the IKS Klingelnberg group has certainly been involved in its production. The
globally operating group of companies with its head office in Remscheid is one
of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of machine knives and saws. Almost all industrial sectors such as paper, wood, metal, plastics and recycling are
covered. With its products the IKS Klingelnberg group has become one of the
global market leaders meanwhile. With more than 1,000 employees in Europe,
North America and the Far East a net consolidated turnover of € 130 m will be attained in 2007. Specialised production sites can be found in Germany, namely in
Remscheid, Geringswalde and Bargteheide. Furthermore, there are two plants
each in Austria and Finland. Service and sales offices are in France and the
Netherlands, the United States, Canada, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia.
The headquarters of the company are located in Remscheid. This is where the
company, which was started in 1814, has its roots. In 1908 the production of
machine knives was launched. In 1922 the tool shop in Hückeswagen/Germany
became a special machine shop. In the year 1991, the sectors machine engineering (Klingelnberg GmbH) and industrial knives (IKS Klingelnberg) were
separated. In 1993 the new knife plant in Bergisch Born with one administrative building was constructed. In the course of this year the new logistics hall
with about 3,200 m² has been completed. Thanks to the relocation of receiving
goods, inspection and dispatch department, new capacities have been provided
in the existing hall in order to extend the production. Due to these measures the
Remscheid site is even more in the focus of attention. In future, the new logistics
hall shall serve as main hub for Europe and provide further jobs.
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03.1530
Doctor blades
04.1295
Tube slicing and dividing machines
IKS Klingelnberg GmbH
02.1315
Folders for web-fed presses
04.1370
Circular knives
02.1510
Circular knives
04.1375
Circular shears
02.1595
Offset presses, web-fed
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
02.1610
Moisture content measuring equipment for paper
04.1405
Straight knives
02.1660
Sheet cutter installed in printing presses
04.1435
Knife grinding machines
02.1665
Doctor blades
04.1530
Cross cutters
02.1730
Rotary cross cutting machines
04.1540
Doctor blades
02.1735
Rotary cutters
04.1580
Rotary cross cutting machines
02.1765
Guillotines and guillotine systems
04.1585
Rotary cutters
03.1405
Circular knives
04.1625
Cutting sticks
03.1410
Circular shears
06.1010
Consulting
03.1415
Slitting and cross cutting machines
Product Details
03.1420
Straight knives
03.1490
Cardboard cutters
03.1520
Cross cutters
03.1525
Sheet cutter installed in printing presses
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Slitting and cross cutting machines
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Rotary cutters
Rotationsschneider
04.1580
Rotary cross cutting machines
04.1585
Rotary cutters
04.1605
Box making machines, carton making machines
04.1635
Guillotines and guillotine systems
Product Details
04.1215
IMC Kukje Machinery Co. Ltd.
Address
Phone
IMC Kukje Machinery Co. Ltd.
Folding and glueing machines
Max � -1600
*Speed up to 1,050 FPM(320meters)
5 Ba-909, Sihwa Ind, Complex,765-8
Ansan-City, Kyunggi-Do,
Korea (Rep.)
*3 video cameras can easily monitor to operate
*Air operated Hook and Lifters for higher speeds on lock bottom boxes
*Lock bottom attachments for faster set-ups and changeovers
+82-31-496-9966
*Pneumatic Carrier raising devices maintain uniform belt pressure
Fax
+82-31-496-9976
*Easy belt changing without pulling shafts
Internet address
http://www.foldergluer.com
*Automatic Follower system ensures the speed of folding section & stacking
conveyor
E-Mail
[email protected]
*7 overhead operator control stations are located along the entire length of the
machine
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*Dual Leads in stacker Carriers into compression belt
*Heavy duty construction,Hexagonal drive shafts and 3/4 inch thick side frames
*Carton material 200~1,100gsm/N,F,E,B,C,A-Flute and thickness Max,16mm
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Laminating machines
Die-cutting machines
IMCET-1300
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1220
Folding box making machines
*Automatic sensor control system does not need skillful
operator
*Touch screen can easily control setting parameters
*Wide range of base board(single and double wall up to 9min)
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Laminating machines
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*Reasonable price with low operation costs
Fenster rausschneiden ... mehr als 120 FEFCO Codes sind möglich!
*Easy maintenance, low feeder and upper carrier belts are seperated when they
are cleaned
Mit Hubtisch und Autofeed Vakuum Bogeneinleger wird es zu einer 1-Personen
Maschine. Der Mitarbeiter kann die Bögen schon hinter dem Boxking für einen
Taper oder Heftmaschine vorfalten.
*Flexbility, various combination of glued boards thickness up to 9mm
Die Maschine kann 2 Nutzen nebeneinander- wenn die Formate es hergeben,
theoretisch auch für 3 Nutzen nebeneinander- und unendlich viele hintereinander verarbeiten.
*Minimized space, 9.5m overall length
Address
Dreherstraße 11-15
42899 Remscheid
Germany
Die Maschine hat einen stärkeren Hauptantrieb, dadurch ist auch - eine höhere
Geschwindigkeit möglich; bis zu 550 Bögen in 1 Nutzen - es können 3 Pneumatikstationen integriert werden - die Rill-/ und Kreismesser können quasi bis
auf 0 mm Abstand gesetzt werden (von 2 Seiten eines Balkens) - ausgerüstet
mit OMRON SPS Steuerung - mit neuem, bedienerfreundlichen Touch-screen
Computer
Phone
+49-2191566-0
In unserem IMG Klett Center Remscheid wird die halbautomatische Flachbettstanze SA Econoline 120-162 präsentiert:
Fax
+49-2191566-117
Internet address
http://www.img-klett.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
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Die halbautomatische Flachbettstanze SA Econoline 120-162 im Format von
1200 x 1620 mm wurde aus der Serie der automatischen Flachbettstanze COBRA A 120-162 entwickelt – und weist somit die wesentlichen Vorteile der
schnelleren Hochleistungsmaschine auf:
IMG Klett GmbH
DRUPA-NEWS
· stabil und vibrationslos - stärkste Gusskonstruktion (160 mm), 400 t Stanzdruck · hohe Produktivität – max. mechanische Geschwindigkeit bis zu 3000
Hub/Std. bei großer Laufruhe · für alle Wellpappen Qualitäten von 1-8 mm ·
für min. Rüstzeiten · absolut kompatibel mit Markt gängigen Standardwerkzeugen (Centerline II) · präzises Ausbrechen durch Doppelbewegung · Ölfrei und
wartungsfrei - Antrieb über Zahnriemen, Verbindungen über Kurvenscheiben
und Pneuelstangen · die Einfuhr der Bögen ist manuell über Hubtisch · die
Greiferstangen sind mit Nadeln ausgerüstet · der hintere Greiferrandabfall ist
manuell zu entfernen · die Maschine hat einen ganz besonderer Preisvorteil!
BOXKING GT
Auf der Drupa 2008 in Düsseldorf – Halle 10, Stand E57 wird der neue Boxking
GT ausgestellt und mit Pappen präsentiert.
Dieser neue Boxking GT ist mit einem Multi-Funktions-Tool (Schnelllaufschlitten
für Querschnitte, Querrillungen und Querritzen) ausgerüstet, so dass die Maschine in beide Richtungen Schneiden, Rillen, Schlitzen, Ritzen + Stanzen und
Flexo drucken kann.
Dieses erhöht die Anzahl und Vielfältigkeit der zu verarbeitenden Kartons
wesentlich! Z.B. Klappen ausschneiden, Ladeluken einschneiden, komplette
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wesentlich! Z.B. Klappen ausschneiden, Ladeluken einschneiden, komplette
Fenster
rausschneiden ... mehr als 120 FEFCO Codes sind möglich!
Corrugated board converting machines
Mit Hubtisch und Autofeed Vakuum Bogeneinleger wird es zu einer 1-Personen
02.1190
Digital printing presses
Maschine. Der Mitarbeiter kann die Bögen schon hinter dem Boxking für einen
Taper
02.1205
Printing and die-cutting machines, automated
(combined)
oder Heftmaschine vorfalten.
Die Maschine kann 2 Nutzen nebeneinander- wenn die Formate es hergeben,
04.1185
Printer-slotters
theoretisch auch für 3 Nutzen nebeneinander- und unendlich viele hintereinander
04.1330
Laminating machines
verarbeiten.
04.1555
Combination creasing, scoring, slitting and cross
cutting machines
Die Maschine hat einen stärkeren Hauptantrieb, dadurch ist auch
04.1670
- es können 3 Pneumatikstationen integriert werden
- die Rill-/ und Kreismesser können quasi bis auf 0 mm Abstand gesetzt werden
(von 2 Seiten eines Balkens)
Die-cutting machines
Product Details
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- eine höhere Geschwindigkeit möglich; bis zu 550 Bögen in 1 Nutzen
IMG Klett GmbH
- ausgerüstet mit OMRON SPS Steuerung
- mit neuem, bedienerfreundlichen Touch-screen Computer
Combination creasing, scoring, slitting and cross cutting machines
DRUPA-NEWS
BOXKING GT
Auf der Drupa 2008 in Düsseldorf Halle 10, Stand E57 wird der neue Boxking
GT
In unserem IMG Klett Center Remscheid wird die halbautomatische Flachbettstanze
SA Econoline 120-162 präsentiert:
Die halbautomatische Flachbettstanze SA Econoline 120-162 im Format von
1200 x 1620 mm wurde aus der Serie der automatischen Flachbettstanze COBRA A 120-162
entwickelt und weist somit die wesentlichen Vorteile der schnelleren
ausgestellt und mit Pappen präsentiert.
Hochleistungsmaschine auf:
Dieser neue Boxking GT ist mit einem Multi-Funktions-Tool (Schnelllaufschlitten
für
· stabil und vibrationslos - stärkste Gusskonstruktion (160 mm), 400 t Stanzdruck
Querschnitte, Querrillungen und Querritzen) ausgerüstet, so dass die Maschine
in
beide Richtungen Schneiden, Rillen, Schlitzen, Ritzen + Stanzen und Flexo
drucken
· hohe Produktivität max. mechanische Geschwindigkeit bis zu 3000 Hub/Std.
bei
großer Laufruhe
· für alle Wellpappen Qualitäten von 1-8 mm
kann.
· für min. Rüstzeiten
Dieses erhöht die Anzahl und Vielfältigkeit der zu verarbeitenden Kartons
· absolut kompatibel mit Markt gängigen Standardwerkzeugen (Centerline II)
· präzises Ausbrechen durch Doppelbewegung
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· Ölfrei und wartungsfrei - Antrieb über Zahnriemen, Verbindungen über
new machines is completed by a top performance slitter for cigarette paper.
Kurvenscheiben und Pneuelstangen
· die Einfuhr der Bögen ist manuell über Hubtisch
Product Overview
· die Greiferstangen sind mit Nadeln ausgerüstet
· der hintere Greiferrandabfall ist manuell zu entfernen
IMS DELTAMATIC S.p.A.
02.1710
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
02.1715
Reel splicers
02.1935
Winders
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
04.1565
Reel splicers
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
· die Maschine hat einen ganz besonderer Preisvorteil!
IMS DELTAMATIC S.p.A.
Address
Via Beretta, 25
24050 Calcinate (BG)
Italy
Phone
+39-035-8355111
04.1575
Fax
+39-035-8355555
Product Details
Internet address
www.imsdeltamatic.com
04.1560
E-Mail
[email protected]
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Reel slitting and rewinding machines
GM3
IMS DELTAMATIC S.p.A.
INNOVATING SOLUTIONS PERFECTLY INTEGRATED
WITH THE MACHINE
IMS DELTAMATIC, leader in the manufacturing of slitter-rewinders for all types
of materials on reels (such as paper and cardboard, plastic films, thin aluminium,
coated and laminated materials, etc.), presents at DRUPA 2008 innovating solutions which offer a quick set up of the machine and a a high flexibility in the slitting
formats. Interesting proposals are also in the roll handling, where IMSDELTAMATIC has developed a new unwinder, and in the downstream processes where
the Italian company has recently launched robotized isles, perfectly integrated
with the machine, for packing and palletizing the finished bobbins. The range of
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A very sturdy and easy to use slitting machine with single shaft axial drive. Very high operating speeds, easy
and fast wound reel changes. Suitable for rewinding
paper, cardboard, coated papers and cardboard etc.
Shaft or shaftless drive unwinder, slits made by shears
and circular shears.
MEC2
The ”MEC2” is a slitting machine with two vertically superimposed winding shafts. It has axial drive winding
with idle lay-on rollers and can be also used with differential shafts. The specification includes an Intermediate pull unit. The machine has been designed for slitting
different kind of materials, plastic films and laminates in
particular. The ”MEC2” one-piece construction method is compatible with being
transported in a standard container for transport. This also allows for quick and
easy installation and commissioning.
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MEC5
04.1565
A high output slitting and rewinding machine with four
rewinding shafts on double turrets with automatic change.
The machine is completely computer controlled and
was designed for slitting paper and printed or unprinted
plastic films in general. Shafted or shaftless unwinder,
slitting with circular shears or blades, rewinding on expanding shafts or friction-driven shafts for materials of differing thicknesses
SNS120-M
RA2
The ”RA2” is a slitting machine with two opposed halfwidth single-shaft winding stations. Each has axial
drive with contact or follow-up or idle pick-up rollers
and a cantilevered reel unloading system. An automatic system is also available for positioning shears
and counter shears. The ”RA2” has been designed for
delicate papers like carbon-less copy, thermal, fax and
silicon-coated papers.
The ”SNS 120-M” unwinder is an automatic turret type
unwinding machine equipped with electric motor-brakes.
It has been designed for flying overlap or butt splicing
at full speed. Reels can be loaded using either a crane
or elevating platform. The SNS120-M has been designed for unwinding thin paper, aluminium and cardboard laminates. It can be installed at the start of print, coating or coating lines
or with any other converting machines.
SNS160-M
RCXJ16
The ”RCX-J16” is a slitting machine with individual
winding stations for large diameter reels. It has combined peripheral and axial drive and with controlled contact loading against the central winding drum. The machine is equipped with an automatic positioning system
for shears and counter-shears and an automatic reel
unloading and evacuation system. It can be fitted with a ”turret” type or double unwinding stand. The ”RCX-J16” has been designed for a wide range of
materials: plastic films, laminates, paper, cardboard and labels.
T2
The ”T2” is a slitting machine with single shaft axial drive
and an idle lay-on roller. The ”T2-D” version may also
be used as a two-directional inspection rewinder for repairing telescoped or damaged reels. The machine is
very sturdy and versatile and may be also equipped with
an automatic reel unloading and handling system. The
”T2” has been designed for slitting paper, cardboard or
coated materials based on paper or cardboard.
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The ”SNS 160-M” unwinder is an automatic turret type
unwinding machine equipped with electric motor-brakes.
It has been designed for flying overlap or butt splicing at
full speed. The machine comes fitted with an elevating
platform for reel loading. The SNS160-M has been designed for winding a wide range of materials including
paper, cardboard, and cardboard laminates. It can be installed at the start of
print, coating or laminating lines or with any other converting machines.
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Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
DM600
This machine was designed for the recovery of finished
reels that have been wound incorrectly or to eliminate
any section of defective material (printing, laminating
or other similar defects). The machine operates in both
directions. The unwinder can also work as a rewinder
and vice versa and the edge guide operates in both directions. The machine is also provided with a double
holding press, a pneumatically operated splicing table and a two-directional meter counter. The machine is suitable for plastic films, laminates, paper and aluminium foil.
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DOC100
The ”DOC 100” is a mono-directional inspection rewinder
for small-medium sized reels (the DOC100B is twodirectional). With the appropriate adjustments, it is suitable for converting a wide range of materials, such
as paper, cardboard, plastic films and laminates. The
”DOC 100” has a single-frame structure made up of one
unwinding and one rewinding station having cantilevered expanding shafts. The
machine may feature a trimming unit and a customised splicing and/or inspection table.
DOC120
The ”DOC 120” is a two-directional inspection rewinder
for small-medium sized reels. With the appropriate adjustments, it is suitable for converting a wide range
of materials such as paper, cardboard, plastic films
and laminates. The ”DOC 120” has a single-frame
structure composed of two unwinding/rewinding stations with cantilevered expanding shafts. On request, the machine can be supplied with a customised splicing and/or inspection table.
DOC200
The ”DOC 200” is a two-directional inspection rewinder
for big heavy reels. With the appropriate adjustments,
it is suitable for converting a wide range of materials
such as paper, cardboard and paper or cardboard laminates. The ”DOC 200” is composed of two unwinding/rewinding stations with axial drive and also features
an elevating platform for loading/unloading reels. The machine has a tension
roller and an edge guide. It can also have 2 or 3 cutting elements and/or a
customised splicing table.
inmaco bv Experts in paper forming
Address
Lindberghstraat 6
7903 BN Hoogeveen
Netherlands
Phone
+31-528234-484
Fax
+31-528234-628
Internet address
http://www.inmaco.nl
E-Mail
[email protected]
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DOC130
The ”DOC 130” is a two-directional inspection rewinder
for large reels. With the appropriate adjustments, it is
suitable for converting a wide range of materials such
as paper, cardboard, plastic films and laminates. The
”DOC 130” consists of two winding stations, one of
which is equipped with pickup roller and can work with
follow-up or with pressure. The machine may also be supplied with an intermediate pull-unit and a customised splicing unit for working with very difficult
materials.
DOC180
The ”DOC 180” is a two-directional inspection rewinder
for big reels. With the appropriate adjustments, it is
suitable for converting a wide range of materials such
as paper, cardboard and paper or cardboard laminates. The ”DOC 180” is composed of two unwinding/rewinding stations with axial drive. The machine
may feature a trimming unit and/or a customised splicing unit.
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inmaco bv Experts in paper forming
04.1215
04.1040
Waste paper disposal plants
04.1045
Collapsable box gluer
04.1180
Can manufacturing machinery from paper and board
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1225
Folding box wrapping machines
04.1250
Fibrous material moulding machines
04.1300
Tube winding machines
04.1360
Composite can manufacturing machines
04.1480
Fibre drum manufacturing lines
04.1490
Cardboard plate making machines
04.1515
Embossing and punching machinery
04.1700
Folding and glueing machines
Folding and Gluing
The Inmaco multipoint folder gluers are designed to produce a wide range of
box designs. These machines are suitable for both corrugated and solid board
boxes, 4 or 6 corner boxes, with lock bottom, box dividers etcetera. The folder
gluer is available in sizes from 1100 to 2300 mm.
Due to its modular design, your Inmaco folder gluer machinery is custom made
and can be configured to your demands. If your requirements evolve, the machine can be adapted or completed afterwards. Even the set-up computer can
be added. The machine is an excellent choice for large and small production
runs in your folding gluing operation. Short set-up times are created by Windows based computer control, a new conveyor design for easy set-up and quality
control, driven top belts etcetera. Among other features, the maintenance-free
servo driven back fingers and special feed attachments stand for a high production speed. The new squaring design, accurate register and independent
folding belt control, wide lower and adjustable upper belts guarantee a constant
high production quality.
Inpro Silkscreen Solutions B.V.
Address
H. C. de Jonghweg 16
5328 JD Rossum
Netherlands
Deep drawing machines for paperboard
Phone
+31-418664-184
04.1720
Tray making machines
Fax
+31-418664-189
04.1730
Dryers
Internet address
http://www.inprosilkscreen.com
04.1735
Drying plants
E-Mail
[email protected]
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05/19/2008
Inpro Silkscreen Solutions B.V.
INTERFACE S.r.l.
World´s largest Guillotines
Address
Via Cesare Beccaria 14/E
37036 S. Martino Buon Albergo Verona
Italy
Phone
+39 0458780910
Fax
+39 0458781132
Due to high quality and economic pricing we also sell more and more to KBA,
Man Roland offset printers
Internet address
http://www.interface-srl.com
Safety has always been very important for Inpro and the model 2008 has been
modified to the highest safety standard ,the EN1010. With these modifications
the Inpro Cutter is a very easy to use machine that sets the new standard in
safety for guillotines, in order to protect your personnel from injuiry.
E-Mail
[email protected]
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The Jumbo INPRO Cutter is available from 2,10m up to 5,3m, which enables
the printer to turn the materials inside the machine. As a result , your material is
no longer damaged as it does not have to be folded in two.
Inpro has engineered a very effective hydraulic system for the knife and the
beam for cutting not only paper or board ,but also harder and open plastics like
corex, because the customer can adjust the pressure and speed of the knife and
the pressure beam.
INPRO Simplicity in performance
Product Overview
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INTERFACE S.r.l.
02.1075
Coatings
02.1300
Label printing machines
Inpro Silkscreen Solutions B.V.
01.1250
Elevating platforms
02.1765
Guillotines and guillotine systems
02.1405
Flexographic presses, webfed - wide
02.1795
Screen washing equipment
02.1410
Flexographic presses, webfed - narrow
03.1055
Loading and unloading devices for guillotines and
guillotine systems
02.1650
Impression cylinders, gravure and flexo printing
04.1330
Laminating machines
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
04.1635
Guillotines and guillotine systems
Product Details
04.1330
05.1435
Screen printing chemicals and materials
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Laminating machines
LUX
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INTERFACE production range covers also the coating laminating sector.
03/03/2008
A complete range of coating laminating machines solventbased and solvent-less type two - or - three layers are available.
INX International Ink Co.
INX adds new UV ink manufacturing capability in
Thailand.
Schaumburg, IL – February 27, 2008 — INX International Ink Co. announced
today that full production of its popular INXCure® TP UV ink systems is now
underway at a manufacturing facility outside Bangkok, Thailand.
The SOLARIS series is suitable for solvent based or water
adhesives and it is available with horizontal and vertical drying tunnel configuration.
LUX is the laminating machines for the solvent-less applications. In the production range of Inteface it’s availabe in different configurations: standard and SS
compact.
Interface converting units are designed and manufactured for meeting all the
final customer’s needs.
“We have experienced a tremendous increase in demand for our UV inks in
Asia,” stated Jonathan Ellaby, VP International Division for INX International.
“Production from this plant will enable us to supply customers in the region within
days — far more quickly and cost-efficiently than shipping from the U.S.”
Ellaby noted that the facility, owned by Thailand’s Eason LTD. Paint Company,
completed a year of qualifications prior to beginning full production. The two
companies entered into a technical agreement a year ago to manufacture the INXCure TP series inks — specially formulated for 3-piece metal decorative packaging.
“Eason was a logical choice for this joint venture,” Ellaby said, “due to the company’s ink manufacturing capabilities, quality practices and our previous affiliation. We look forward to continued, mutual growth throughout the area.”
INX International Ink Co.
Address
150 N. Martingale Ste 700
60173 Schaumburg
USA
INX International Ink Co. is the third largest producer of inks in North America
with over 30 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and is a global supplier as part of
Sakata Inx worldwide operations.
Phone
1-800-233-INKS
For more information, contact: The Drucker Group • 312.867.4960
Fax
1-847-969-9758
04/02/2008
Internet address
www.inxinternational.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
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INX strengthens global digital presence, announces
agreement to own a majority interest in Megaink Digital
a.s.
Schaumburg, IL – March 25, 2008 — Sakata Inx worldwide operations today
announced an agreement with the ownership group of Czech Republic based,
Megaink Digital a.s., taking a majority interest in Megaink Digital a.s. The company will offer customers a broad spectrum of digital ink products and services
for wide and super-wide format printing as a member of INX Digital, the digital
arm of INX International Ink Co.
“We are delighted to join forces with an established, European-based leader
in digital ink systems,” said INX International President and CEO Rick Clendenning. “Megaink Digital will strengthen our ability to service digital printing
operations world-wide — particularly in rapidly growing areas such as Eastern
Europe, as well as the Americas, and in Africa and the Middle East where Mega
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Digital has established a strong presence in just six years since the company
was founded.”
Andrej Keblusek, Managing Director of Megaink Digital a.s., “This joint venture
with INX International will be very beneficial to our rapidly expanding customer
base — not only with additional distribution and support, but with added product
development and related resources available through Sakata Inx.”
“Digital users have been highly receptive to our superior-quality products which
are specially designed for virtually all OEM printers,” Avi Bukai, Director of Business Development adds. “We anticipate even more rapid development of new
products to meet emerging marketplace needs.”
Notes Clendenning: “Megaink Digital’s recent introduction of environmentally
friendly BioMG inks — renewable resource-based inks — signifies further compatibility with our own ‘green’ product development and sustainability initiatives.
Responsible environmental stewardship has been part of the culture of both our
organizations, and it will continue to play an increased role moving forward.”
Megaink Digital a.s., based in the Czech Republic, is a world leader in developing
and manufacturing of solvent and renewable resource based (BioMG) inks for
wide and super-wide format digital printing. Established in 2002, Megaink Digital
has secured strong positions in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, as well as
in the Americas.
INX Digital offers a full complement of digital ink systems, advanced technologies and integration services through a confederation of member companies and
affiliates, with additional design expertise, products and services available as
needed. Worldwide offerings include inkjet inks and toner, application-specific
electronics and equipment, software development, engineering design and totalsystem integration.
INX International Ink Co. is the third largest producer of ink in North America
with over 30 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and a global supplier as part of
Sakata Inx worldwide operations.
Sakata Inx traces its heritage as an ink provider to 1896. Today, with a global
network of operations and affiliates spanning the Americas, Europe and Asia,
Sakata Inx focuses its technology development efforts on commercial and package printing inks, print-related equipment, digital technology and the information
technology field.
02/14/2008
It’s official: INX double-certifies inks and inbound ink
ingredients to be ‘Lead-Free.’
Schaumburg, IL – January 28, 2008 — The phrase “inquiring minds want to
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know” has taken on new dimensions over the past year, with a steady stream of
news about product recalls due to lead, mercury and other hazardous elements
being detected in numerous goods that consumers buy and use daily.
Of course, INX International Ink Co., the world leader in metal decorating inks
for beverage cans, decorative tins and numerous other 2-piece and 3-piece
metal packaging, complies with federal and international standards concerning
lead and other heavy, high toxicity metals. Toxics in Packaging Clearinghouse
(TPCH) Model Legislation (formerly known as CONEG – “Coalition of Northeastern Governors” Legislation) specifically prohibits use of lead, cadmium, hexavalent chromium and mercury.
INX also requires its suppliers of pigments and other chemical raw materials
to certify that their products comply with applicable standards. This calls for
independent analyses as well as supplier-company certification.
INX adds extra third party certification layer.
In addition, INX further confirms results by having its own, independent thirdparty analysis performed on these materials — in particular, all inbound pigments. And INX has increased its random analyses of ink products.
“We are proactively providing additional quality assurance above and beyond
our previous practices,” notes Jonathan Ellaby, VP International Division for INX
International. “All products used in our AP LOVOC, AP Retort, AP Novar, INXCure TP and TP 2004 series inks continue to exceed requirements of established safety regulations, with no contamination even approaching published
thresholds.”
INX International Ink Co. is the third largest producer of inks in North America
with over 30 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and is a global supplier as part of
Sakata Inx worldwide operations.
For more information, contact: The Drucker Group • 312.867.4960
04/14/2008
INX to unveil new, advanced technologies at DRUPA,
highlight global resources & eco-friendly practices.
Schaumburg, IL – April 8, 2008 — Hall 4, Exhibit C11 is a “must see” for designers and brand marketers as well as printers, converters and other DRUPA
visitors looking for new ways to achieve higher-impact and more precisely and
efficiently produced packaging and commercial printing.
From May 29 - June 11, 2008 in Dusseldorf, Germany — DRUPA Hall 4, Exhibit
C11 is where the Sakata INX Group, under the banner of “Bringing Vision to
Creation, Originality to Communication and Color to Human Life,” will showcase
its products, world-wide systems and services, along with those of its U.S.-based
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subsidiary, INX International Ink Co. and its digital arm, INX Digital. A separate
display in Hall 8b, Exhibit C02, will more extensively cover INX Digital offerings.
Visitors to the Sakata INX display in Hall 4 will find exhibit sections focusing on
INX’ traditional ink and coating systems, advanced software and related technologies, and the company’s global network, which includes more than 60 participating Sakata INX sales and service affiliates from throughout Europe, Asia
and the Americas.
“Developing forward-focused products and practices is imbedded in INX culture,”
notes INX International President and CEO Rick Clendenning. “DRUPA visitors
will find a number of new and innovative, eye-opening examples here.”
Introducing Color-Chain Workflow™ Suite: advanced-technologies to dramatically increase design and production speed, color accuracy, quality & efficiency.
“We all know that ink is one of several critical components in packaging as well
as commercial print design and production,” states Kiniyoshi Horimoto, Senior
Manager - New Products Marketing of Sakata INX’ Corporate Marketing Division. “Our extensive experience in developing not only high-performance inks
and coatings, but also equipment and software workflow solutions gives us totalsystem insights and perspectives that few can match.
of INX inks and coatings incorporated, not only eliminates most out-of-pocket
costs, it also shortens time-to-market for new packaging dramatically — a huge
plus in a tight economy with intense competition for consumer dollars.”
Beyond Stochastic — Concentric Screening by Esko Artwork and part of the
Color-Chain Workflow™ Suite, provides an even more photo-like look than FM,
and more detail than AM. It can also result in ink savings of 10% - 30%. Users
of this technology report “more detail, smoother flesh tones, smoother tints, and
much cleaner colors than previous AM … (and) visually superior to Stochastic.”
Visitors can see it at Exhibit C11, Hall 4, with other Color-Chain Workflow™ Suite
products such as …
Super R-SKAT — Computer Color Matching software developed by Sakata INX.
Highly user-friendly, Super-SKAT is process control software for use in the pressroom that enables even inexperienced operators to match colors precisely and
ensure consistent color accuracy, job after job. The program also enables operators to calculate and reuse leftover ink and improve their technical knowledge
of color.
“Furthermore, we work closely with leaders in complementary print design, color
management, pre-press, quality control and production processes, in order to
provide integrated solutions.
TCM Program with CP3NAVI. Comprehensive print quality diagnostics software
used in concert with Sakata INX-designed print analysis technology, this ColorChain Workflow™ Suite tool helps lock-in quality and consistency. It can virtually
eliminate waste at color matching stage, by ensuring a match between printed
samples and proofs with either DCCP or inkjet printer.
“As a result, INX customers can now access an unmatched group of technologically advanced products and tools — tools with multiple benefits for designers
and end-use marketers, as well as printers … all under our umbrella of the INX
Color-Chain Workflow™ Suite.
Media Beacon: This Digital Asset Management system, used with Auto typesetting Software developed by Baby-Universe, enables digital data and usage
to be centralized and shared — resulting in the ability to complete page layouts
automatically, with a single keystroke.
“DRUPA visitors can see firsthand how these tools can help reduce package design time and costs dramatically, achieve more-precise color matching, enhance
detail and color clarity, provide more-efficient proofing and more.”
Time savings. Money savings. More-consistent, higher-quality output — It’s all
part of the new INX Color-Chain Workflow™ Suite, with demonstrations and full
details for DRUPA visitors at Sakata INX Exhibit C11, in Hall 4.
Design brand-perfect packages in minutes; save weeks & thousands in costs.
INX Product Showcase: application-specific ink systems on display.
Available as a fully integrated Suite or in a la carte versions, Color-Chain Production™ tools include:
End-use products at DRUPA will showcase an extensive range of current INX
inks covering: • Virtually all commercial printing and packaging applications •
Plus all print processes, including Sheetfed, Web Offset, Energy Curable, Flexographic and Gravure, and • An extensive array of environmentally friendly waterbased Flexo and Gravure inks, low-VOC sheetfed inks and next-generation
products that are formulated VOC solvent-free.
Visualizer software by ESKO Artwork. Designers can create on-screen 3D
mockups of package and label designs — complete with substrate, ink and/or
varnish, embossing, foil stamping and other finishes. Packages can be viewed
in different venues (e.g. store shelf, in the home …), in varied lighting and more.
“It’s easy to spend weeks conceptualizing and designing a new package,” points
out INX International’s Rick Clendenning, “plus thousands in prototyping and
related costs; a single prototype can run $5,000. Visualizer with a full gamut
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INX’ latest pressroom supplies and equipment will also be showcased, including
Fountain Solutions, Coating Agents and automated Ink Dispensing Systems —
another print operational area where INX leads the industry with liquid and paste
ink dispensers.
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Global sustainability initiatives, REACH Act compliance and more.
Responsible environmental stewardship, long a hallmark of Sakata INX worldwide, will be evidenced at Exhibit C11 in Hall 4, too — including the latest INX
initiatives in utilizing, recycling and renewing natural resources, conserving water and energy, and reducing emissions that contribute to global warming.
The display will detail steps taken by INX to comply with REACH Act requirements to register information in the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) data
base, as well as updates on progress in substituting more environmentally
friendly materials within products and systems.
In addition to low- and non-VOC formulated ink systems, this area will feature
advances in energy-saving efficiencies and other INX facility achievements —
including ISO 14000-Certification by production plants.
INX International Ink Co. is the third largest producer of inks in North America
with over 30 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and is a global supplier as part of
Sakata Inx worldwide operations.
Sakata INX, a global leader in Visual Communication Technologies with a network spanning the Americas, Europe and Asia, focuses its development efforts
on commercial and package printing inks, print-related equipment, digital technology and the information technology field.
INX forges a broad-spectrum path with greener ink
options.
The company reports that printers’ purchases of its UV/EB inks have increased
by 15%-20% annually over the past several years.
Among water-based formulations, popular Aqua-Tech sets the pace with carton
and label printers, as well as for other applications. And EcoPure® HPJ sheetfed
inks are among a growing group of INX products containing soya oil.
“Approximately 30% of our products now are formulated with naturally replenishable vegetable oils such as soya,” Clendenning notes.
More ‘green’ on tap.
“In addition, our Research and Development effort is heavily focused on even
more-advanced environmentally friendly ink products,” Clendenning adds. “It’s
all part of INX’ on-going, multifaceted program to help printers meet the many
‘green-related’ challenges they face today, while continuing to provide their customers with superb print quality at a profit.”
For more information, contact: The Drucker Group • 312.867.4960
Schaumburg, IL – February 12, 2008 — “Printers feeling pressed by increased
customer demands for ‘green’ inks and more sustainable practices, can get
plenty of help from INX,” asserts INX International Ink Co. President and CEO
Rick Clendenning, “regardless of their application or print processes.
“Years of research and development by INX — long before ‘green’ became
a buzzword for environmentally friendly products and activities,” Clendenning
notes, “have generated a range of options unexcelled in the industry.”
This includes, he points out, an extensive array of water-based Flexo and
Gravure inks, low-VOC Sheetfed inks and next-generation products that are
formulated solvent-free. Even some of the company’s heatset inks — lowtemperature formulations — enable printers to reduce energy usage, enhancing
their environmental performance.
“What’s more,” Clendenning continues, “INX has long been the leader in nonVOC Energy Curable inks. We offer UV/EB ink and/or coating formulations for
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Fastest growing ink segment: non-VOC UV. More ‘renewable resource’ formulations.
INX International Ink Co. is the third largest producer of inks in North America
with over 30 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and is a global supplier as part of
Sakata Inx worldwide operations.
For more information, contact: The Drucker Group • 312.867.4960
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virtually every application — Paper Packaging (folding carton, tag & label, corrugated), Flexible Packaging flexographic inks; UV for Rigid metal and plastic
packaging, and for numerous Commercial printing applications, including catalogs, inserts, forms and a host of other general commercial uses.”
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INX acquires Innovative Solutions, Inc., brings new
integration expertise to digital marketplace.
4/4/2007 INX acquires Innovative Solutions, Inc., brings new integration expertise to digital marketplace.
Schaumburg, IL – April 4, 2007 — INX International Ink Co. today announced
the formation of Innovative Solutions INX (ISI), with its acquisition of Innovative
Solutions, Inc., a leading designer, integrator and manufacturer of digital printers
and related products.
“This represents a major step forward in serving commercial printing and packaging customers who want to expand into digital printing,” said Rick Clendenning, INX President and CEO. “ISI’s background and proven expertise in electronics design engineering and system integration is a perfect fit. It will enable us
to help design and implement more-effective digital capabilities within existing
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print environments.”
“We’re enthused about new opportunities provided by combining resources,”
noted Jim Lambert, President of Innovative Solutions INX. “Moving forward, I
see us getting involved as an integrator in large digital projects. Partnering with
INX International and its expertise in ink chemistry, will also allow us to look at
a broader range of solutions — customers who have unique digital application
requirements.”
Added Randy LaCaze, Innovative Solutions’ founder and Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of Innovative Solutions INX, “This frees us up to do what we do best:
technology. We can more fully focus on R&D — finding ways in which digital products apply to traditional print markets, and adapting or developing new
products and systems to meet the need.”
LaCaze brings more than 25 years of product design and development experience to his new post — including employment as a design engineer for SCI
systems and Lockheed Missiles and Space. His hardware and software development credentials range from avionics controls for the F-16 fighter, to patented
processes in the digital printing arena.
Formed as an engineering consulting company in 1984, Innovative Solutions
has been in Superwide and Wide Format digital printing applications since 1997,
specializing in printer hardware for outdoor billboards.
Just over a year ago, INX International stepped strongly into the digital marketplace, joining forces with California-based Triangle Digital LLC to form Triangle
Digital INX Co. (TDI), offering digital inks and application services.
“We are delighted with TDI success to date,” noted Clendenning. “Innovative
Solutions INX not only complements TDI offerings along with our own, but brings
new synergies that can multiply benefits to all of our customers.”
INX International Ink Co. is the third largest producer of inks in North America
with over 30 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and is a global supplier as part of
Sakata Inx worldwide operations. With a global network spanning the Americas,
Europe and Asia, Sakata Inx focuses its technology development efforts on commercial and package printing, digital technology and the information technology
field.
For more information, contact: The Drucker Group • 312.867.4960
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INX, Triangle Digital create Triangle Digital INX Co.,
offering digital inks, expertise and services..
2/17/2006 INX, Triangle Digital create Triangle Digital INX Co., offering digital
inks, expertise and services..
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INX, Triangle Digital create Triangle Digital INX Co., offering digital inks, expertise and services.
Schaumburg, IL – February 17, 2006 — Sakata Inx worldwide operations today
announced an agreement with California-based Triangle Digital LLC, forming
Triangle Digital INX Co. (TDI) to offer digital inks and application services to
customers throughout the world in conjunction with INX International Ink Co.
INX International and newly formed TDI are both subsidiaries of Sakata Inx.
According to INX President and CEO Rick Clendenning, a key focus of the new
enterprise will be smoothing commercial and packaging printers’ expansion into
the digital market, enabling them to “hit the ground running” in terms of digital
products, print quality and productivity.
“TDI is a win-win-win combination for customers, both short- and long-term,”
Clendenning states. “For one, Triangle Digital LLC is an established, recognized
leader in the digital print arena, with considerable technical know-how, digital
parts & servicing, as well as ink products. It’s an excellent fit with our own INX
International offerings and customer base. And, thirdly, Sakata Inx’ global reach
and raw material sourcing, its R & D capabilities and track record in developing all
types of ink, bode well for future product advances with more digital ink systems
precisely engineered for this market — even as new digital press technologies
evolve.
“In short, TDI brings customers the best of both worlds … to help printers deliver
the full range of traditional commercial as well as digital print capabilities. And
that’s not all.”
INX “Team” approach ideal for helping commercial and packaging printers respond to unique customer needs.
“It’s easy to understand many commercial printers’ interest in participating in the
digital market’s rapid growth,” adds Brad Kisner, President of Triangle Digital
LLC. “But it’s also important to understand what’s driving that growth.
“The rapid increase of niche market products, customized and tightly targeted
promotions — resulting in shorter print runs and faster turnaround — make
streamlined digital systems vital to accessing this business,” Kisner explains.
“Although this brings printers a new (and typically, higher margin) revenue
stream, the investment is still considerable. And it’s not as simple as just installing a digital press and starting to run jobs.”
“This is where the combined, practical pressroom know-how that TDI offers can
provide a critical edge,” Clendenning asserts. “Current INX customers appreciate the easy, direct access we give them — not only to sales reps, but to
application specialists, product development and technical support personnel.
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Readily available, multiple-discipline assistance can be crucial to making new
operations productive and profitable, quickly.”
Application-specific expertise helps printers make digital investments pay.
“Going forward,” Clendenning continues, “key people in INX’ commercial printing
group will be working closely with Triangle Digital specialists, strengthening not
only digital application expertise, but mutual insights involving both processes.
While it’s vital for printers to have application-specific know-how at their fingertips, it is also important for ‘the left hand to know what the right hand is doing’;
and vice versa.
“This kind of combined TDI know-how and servicing capability will prove to be
invaluable as printers develop and solidify both types of business in their operations.”
About Triangle Digital LLC Triangle Digital LLC, founded in 2002, specializes
in outdoor durable pigment-based Superwide and Wide format digital inks and
protective clear coatings, and is a leading global supplier of inkjet products.
About INX International Ink Co. INX International Ink Co. is the third largest
producer of ink in North America with over 30 plants in the U.S. and Canada,
and a global supplier as part of Sakata Inx worldwide operations.
About Sakata INX Corporation Sakata Inx traces its heritage as an ink provider
to 1896. Today, with a global network of operations and affiliates spanning the
Americas, Europe and Asia, Sakata Inx focuses its technology development efforts on commercial and package printing, as well as print-related equipment,
digital technology and the information technology field.
New team assisting digital commercial print growth. Triangle Digital INX Co.
(TDI) combines the capabilities of established digital ink and printing services
provider Triangle Digital LLC with INX International Ink Co. and Sakata Inx
Worldwide. One key initiative of the newly formed enterprise will be to help
commercial printers transition smoothly into digital services, in order to meet
more-specialized, rapidly growing customer marketing needs.
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Product Overview
INX International Ink Co.
01.1095
Colour management, calibration and control systems
01.1170
Colour matching systems
02.1075
Coatings
02.1345
Ink formulating systems
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
04.1075
Coatings
05.1085
Printing inks
05.1090
Ink, Flexo Printing
05.1095
Ink, Offset Printing
05.1105
Ink, Gravur Printing
05.1185
Fountain solutions
06.1010
Consulting
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embossed inline.
IST METZ GmbH
Address
Lauterstr. 14-18
72622 Nürtingen
Germany
Phone
0049-7022-6002-0
Fax
+49-7022-6002-76
Internet address
www.ist-uv.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 03, B17 (Page 930)
Company News
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IST will not only be represented on its own stand in Düsseldorf. IST UV units can
also be seen on the following stands: Drent, Gidue, Heidelberg, Halm, Marks3zet, Müller Martini and Steinemann.
Product Overview
IST METZ GmbH
02.1880
Dryers
02.1885
Drying plants
03.1670
Dryers
04.1730
Dryers
06.1010
Consulting
IST METZ GmbH
Italdibipack Spa
High efficient UV curing systems
IST will be exhibiting at the world’s most important print technology exhibition
on its 324 m2 stand in Hall 3. The focus of the technical innovations to be
showcased on IST’s stand, no 3 B17, is the exceptionally high efficiency of the
UV curing systems. The BLK-5 is an innovative UV system, which offers an
extremely high curing output combined with very low energy consumption.
Visitors can learn more about different application possibilities using UV printing from the live demonstrations that will be carried out during the show on the
company’s own sheet fed offset 520 x 370 format press. Stunning print demonstrations will be carried out on the press, which is equipped with six print units,
a coating unit and a die-cutting unit as well as three interdeck dryers and an
end-of-press dryer. Exciting print jobs will be presented four times a day in order to illustrate how the use of UV printing can open up interesting new market
sectors. A complex coating application for a book cover will be used to demonstrate the finishing possibilities in the commercial sector. The ever-increasing
use of printed plastics will also be taken into account in another of the print jobs.
The impressive effects that can be achieved by using opaque white together
with special coatings on plastics will be shown. The third print job focuses on
printing high quality labels and a self-adhesive label will be printed, die-cut and
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Address
Via Europa n° 35
20010 Pogliano Milanese/MI
Italy
Phone
+39-029396-461
Fax
+39-029354-9494
Internet address
http://www.italdibipack.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, B53 (Page 962)
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Product Overview
Italdibipack Spa
04.1015
Packing machines
04.1425
Mailer machines
04.1445
04.1645
Address
Mühlenweg 10
42499 Hückeswagen
Germany
Palletising equipment
Phone
+49-2192919340-43
Shrink film packaging equipment
Fax
+49-2192919347
Internet address
http://www.boehl-banderolieren.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, D65 (Page 962)
Product Details
04.1015
ITW - H. Böhl -
Italdibipack Spa
Packing machines
Leonardo 08
Leonardo - The most ingenious robotic pallet wrapper
in the world
Leonardo is arriving at your warehouses and logistics.
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ITW - H. Böhl -
02.1150
Bundling machines
03.1175
Bundling machines
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1740
Tying machines
05.1030
Binding machine supplies
05.1140
Printing blankets
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ITW - H. Böhl -
Banding machines
Serie B
Die Serie B verknüpft Innovationen in Sachen Banderolieren
und Bündeln mit folgenden Vorteilen: - schnell - ökonomisch
- verbraucherfreundlich kostengünstiger Materialeinsatz durch
z.B. 50 µm Folie bis zu 40 Bündelungen pro Minute einfachste Bandzuführung Bedienung von 2 Seiten diverse
Kanalgrößen lieferbar bestens für vollautomatische Lösungen geeignet externer Rollenhalter mit 1.500 Laufmetern
breiten betragen: 28, 48, 75 und 100 mm - die Banderolen sind widerstandfähig
jedoch einfach zu entfernen - Druckbilder sind exakt positionierbar - die Banderole ist günstiger und schneller als die vergleichbare Sleeveverpackung - auf
Wunsch in Edelstahlausführung lieferbar - optional: z.B. Führungen, Andruckplatten etc.
JURMET Sp.z o.o.
Address
Malgorzatowo 6
87-162 Lubicz
Poland
Phone
+48-5667827-77
Fax
+48-5667827-85
Internet address
http://www.jurmet.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 03, A77 (Page 930)
Mit der Unterstützung dieser Technologie können Sie:
eine exakte Positionierung Ihres bedruckten Materials an der von Ihnen gewünschten Position vornehmen (Druckmarkensteuerung) schnelle Produktwechsel
durchführen, da die Daten auf dem Maschinendisplay abgerufen werden können
exakte Einstellung der Bandspannung vornehmen Modulares und vollautomatisches Banderolieren Durch den Einsatz des Vakuum-Bänderfördersystems
wurde eine neue Generation eingeleitet: Das System ist jetzt integriert in ein umfassendes modulares Programm, das sich auf vollautomatische Inline-Lösungen
konzentriert. Kennzeichnend für das System ist die große Flexibilität kombiniert
mit ertragssteigernden Einsatzbereichen. Flexibilität Mit den modularen Teilen
bietet sich eine breite Skala an Erweiterungsmöglichkeiten. Man nimmt nur das
was gebraucht wird. Das Baukastensystem bietet unterschiedliche Fördersysteme wie zum Beispiel angetriebene Rollenbahnen oder reibungsarme Förderbänder. Diese werden mit Schubsystemen oder seitlichen Abrollern kombiniert. Alle Module schließen nahtlos aneinander an und können untereinander kombiniert werden. Wir bieten Ihnen technisch ausgereifte Lösungen für Sie
zugeschnitten als Linear- oder Eckversion. Dank des modularen Charakters des
Systems kann die vollautomatische Banderolieranlage in vielen Branchen und
Fertigungsbereichen eingesetzt werden:
Beispiele hierfür sind: Die Lebensmittelindustrie: als Verschlusssicherung
bei Kunststoffschalen Die graphische Industrie: als Stapelsicherung, Falz-,
Schneide- oder Bohrmaschinen. Bei Banderolierung wird das oberste und unterste Exemplar nicht beschädigt Die Pharmaindustrie: in Kombination mit Blisteroder Kartonverpackungsmaschinen (auch für leichte Schalen geeignet) u.v.m.
Company News
01/11/2008
JURMET Sp.z o.o....
New possibilities for packaging and paper industry
Jurmet manufactures slitter rewinders for plastics, laminates, paper and
other flexible packaging material. At DRUPA 2008 the company will present
its latest slitter rewinder with top run of material, model Master2.This
model runs at web width of 1300mm and has diameter of 800mm.The slitter is
equipped with an automatic knife positioning system, innovative automatic
Linearversion
core positioning system and an integrated control system including enlarged
- das System ist kompakt und daher einfach integrierbar - sehr kurze Rüstzeiten
durch hinterlegte Fertigungsdaten - es können umweltfreundliche und recyclebare Banderoliermaterialien ab 35 my Stärke eingesetzt werden - die Standard-
possibilities compared to the previous versions. The slitter Master2 can be
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equipped with various additional automatic components in order to increase
productivity even more.
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tive materials as well as thick self - adhesive materials on one slitter.
04.1575
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Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
JURMET Sp.z o.o....
WINDER-compact slitter with integrated unwinding
station
02.1710
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
02.1935
Winders
04.1295
Tube slicing and dividing machines
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
WINDER slitter is the result of continues innovation process which is the answer to the growing demand for
optimal slitting process. The technologically advanced
control systems and an ergonomic design makes Winder
slitter the ideal solution for a high performance slitting of
various flexible materials on a space saving slitter. The state of the art automatic
devices such as the automatic knife positioning system, laser core positioning
system, sophisticated control via touch screen panel allow to slit tension sensitive materials as well as thick self - adhesive materials on one slitter.
04.1775
Winders
04.1775
Product Details
04.1295
JURMET Sp.z o.o....
Tube slicing and dividing machines
CATER-m, CATER-s, CATER-a
Cater-a is a technically advanced core cutter designed to cut cardboard cores
in an automatic mode. This model has been designedto minimize core slit time.
The slitting process is optimized when the automatic loading system is applied.
Cater-s is a semi-automatic core cutter designed to cut cardboard cores into
pieces of various lengths. Specially designed circular knife ensures quick and
dust free slit.
04.1560
Winders
MASTER2 - slitter with top run of material
Master2 slitter is the answer to the growing demand for
clean slitting process. The technologically advanced
control systems and a top run of material make MASTER2 slitter the ideal solution for a high performance
slitting of various flexible materials.
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
WINDER-compact slitter with integrated unwinding
station
WINDER slitter is the result of continues innovation process which is the answer to the growing demand for
optimal slitting process. The technologically advanced
control systems and an ergonomic design makes Winder
slitter the ideal solution for a high performance slitting of
various flexible materials on a space saving slitter. The state of the art automatic
devices such as the automatic knife positioning system, laser core positioning
system, sophisticated control via touch screen panel allow to slit tension sensi-
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Kanefusa Corporation
Product Overview
Kanefusa Corporation
1-1 Nakakoguchi
480-0192 Aichi Ken
Japan
02.1510
Circular knives
02.1660
Sheet cutter installed in printing presses
Phone
0081-587-957-221
02.1730
Rotary cross cutting machines
Fax
0081-587-957-226
02.1735
Rotary cutters
Internet address
www.kanefusa.net
03.1405
Circular knives
E-Mail
[email protected]
03.1420
Straight knives
Stand
Hall 10, C76 (Page 954)
03.1520
Cross cutters
03.1525
Sheet cutter installed in printing presses
04.1370
Circular knives
04.1405
Straight knives
04.1530
Cross cutters
04.1535
Sheet cutter installed in printing presses
04.1580
Rotary cross cutting machines
04.1585
Rotary cutters
Address
Company News
02/27/2008
Kanefusa Corporation
VITECH Papiermesser
Rechtzeitig zur DRUPA 2008 werden wir eine weiterentwickelte Version des
schon jetzt sehr erfolgreichen VITECH Papiermesser auf den Markt bringen.
02/27/2008
VITECH Paper Cutting Knife
Right in time for DRUPA 2008 we we will release a new version of the already
very successful VITECH paper cutting knife.
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Kempsmith Machine Co., Inc.
Product Overview
Address
1820 S. 73rd Street
Milwaukee, WI 53214
USA
Phone
+1-4142568160
Fax
+1-4144760564
Internet address
http://www.kempsmithmachine.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 15, B04-9 (Page 972)
Company News
04/30/2008
Kempsmith Machine Co., Inc.
Kempsmith Machine Co., Inc.
02.1045
Filing equipment
02.1200
Printing and embossing presses, combined
02.1270
Continuous stationery converting machines
02.1405
Flexographic presses, webfed - wide
02.1410
Flexographic presses, webfed - narrow
02.1630
Embossing and punching machinery
02.1640
Embossing machinery
02.1660
Sheet cutter installed in printing presses
02.1705
Creasing and scoring machines
02.1735
Rotary cutters
02.1740
Rotary die cutting machines
02.1820
Die stamping machines
02.1825
Die-cutting machines
03.1255
Continuous stationery converting machines
03.1290
Folding and glueing machines
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
NEW VARIABLE REPEAT ROTARY DIE CUTTER
New Rotary Die Cutter
MILWAUKEE, WI., Kempsmith Machine Company, manufacturer of folding carton die cutters will be unveiling their new Variable Repeat Rotary Die Cutter at
DRUPA 2008. The new web-fed VRRC uses flexible magnetic dies and only one
set of magnetic cutting cylinders for all repeat lengths. The problems and expense of changing multiple cutting cylinders and costly dies are iliminated. The
VRRC is completely servo driven and can be put in-line with a printing press or
run off-line with preprinted stock. Rotary pin stripping allows easy removal of
internal or external waste. Flexible dies offer cutting, creasing or embossing.
And now with the Kempsmith Variable Repeat Rotary Cutter, it can all be done
at the same time with one impression.
Kempsmith Machine Company, www.kempsmithmachine.com
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Letter-file-making machines
04.1150
Expanding files making machines
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1485
Cardboard cutters
04.1520
Embossing machinery
04.1555
Combination creasing, scoring, slitting and cross
cutting machines
04.1585
Kern AG
Address
Hünigenstrasse 16
3510 Konolfingen
Switzerland
Phone
+41-317903535
Fax
+41-317903545
Internet address
http://www.kern.ch
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 06, C75 (Page 938)
Rotary cutters
04.1590
Rotary die cutting machines
04.1640
Stationery production machines
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
04.1675
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
Company News
04/18/2008
Kern AG
The revolutionary Kern 2600 Inserting System is set to
be the main attraction at Kern’s stand at the Drupa
2008 in Dusseldorf, Germany
As the largest international printing and media industry trade show, Drupa is the
perfect setting in which to unveil the trailblazing Kern 2600 Document Inserting
System.
Uli Kern, CEO of the Kern Group and owner of the tradition-rich family enterprise,
describes the new technology as ”pioneering” – an assessment borne out by
the system’s tested and proven performance data. The Kern 2600 indeed sets
new standards for output, modularity and versatility, as well as for operator and
maintenance friendliness.
Using envelopes ranging from C6 to B5, the Kern 2600 can process up to 16,000
mail pieces per hour. The Kern 2600’s innovative hardware, which is driven by
a newly developed control system, allows for the versatile realization of an extremely broad range of applications thanks to the employment of latest generation technologies. With its panoply of cutting-edge, future-oriented options, the
Kern 2600 is truly state-of-the-art, a fact that, importantly, serves to protect the
customer’s investment.
The Kern 2600 is based on a newly developed, ergonomic operating paradigm
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that reaches into the various modules of the system. For example, touch screens
are available not only on the main console, but also on the majority of the modules’ operating panels. The Kern 2600 also takes a completely new approach
to the ”art” of reading, in that all types of codes can be readily captured and processed. The settings for integrated cameras can be defined via a live image on
the corresponding module’s touch screen. In addition, the Kern 2600 sets new
standards when it comes to folding capability.
All of the advantages of the Kern 2500, thousands of which are in use worldwide,
have been integrated into the Kern 2600 and optimized even further. In the
K2600, innovation and the tried and tested have been joined together.
Undoubtedly, the Kern 2600 will be the centerpiece and high point at Kern’s
Drupa stand (C75, in hall 6). However, under the overarching motto ”kern solutions 2008,” the Swiss provider of comprehensive solutions in the fields of
document processing, information distribution and process automation will also
be launching a whole series of other new products and solutions.
As an extension of the proven mailFactory line of products, Kern will be unveiling
a comprehensive solution for the automation and management of the entire mail
production process. Called ”mailFactory Manager,” the new product is a workflow tool that monitors and controls production orders from start to finish, while
providing essential status and planning information about the whole process.
This is Document Output Management in the truest sense.
Kern will also be unveiling individual hardware solutions at Drupa, including the
new K132 and K142 cutting lines, which share the virtues of being both optimally
compact and versatile. These systems allow for the offline processing of stacks
and rolls, for online processing in concert with all types of standard digital printing
systems, and for nearline processing involving a merger or folding modules.
Using Kern’s outstanding cutting technology, the K132 and K142 can handle
both pinless and pinfeed materials. They are able to process stacks or rolls
printed 1-up or 2-up, and subsequently can produce stacks in A3, A4 or A4
format.
The impressive performance of the K132 and K142, including on-the-fly offset
job separation, is in part made possible by an ingenious alignment module. In
addition, the integration of an intermediate stacking module reduces the number
of start-stop actions when stacks are being transferred to the output conveyor.
The drop stacker can accommodate stacks containing up to 2500 sheets.
With these systems, Kern once again proves that outstanding performance and
a reasonable price can go hand in hand. The new guillotine cutting technology is
intended for moderate throughputs, and ensures an excellent price/performance
ratio. All of the advantages of Kern’s proven solutions, including modularity,
versatility and the rapid change of applications, are part of the package.
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At this year’s Drupa, Kern will also be demonstrating its EasyMailer 515, a
compact mailing system that enables the achievement of high response rates
for direct and TransPromo mailing campaigns by inserting, in one work step,
preprinted color documents into an envelope containing one or two letters. In
the EasyMailer 515, the cutting, folding and inserting of documents, as well as
the sealing of envelopes, are accomplished, with 100 percent reliability, in an extremely compact space. Furthermore, appealing, personalized mailings can be
generated by means of a built-in, easy-to-use graphic-design software application. This method is best suited for small-scale, high-quality mailings that target
a specific clientele. The EasyMailer 515 genuinely lives up to its name, in that
it greatly simplifies the mailing generation process, from the conceptualization
phase right through to dispatch.
Apart from the many new products and solutions that Kern will be showing at
this year’s Drupa, the Swiss company’s customers will also find tried and tested
products that have been endowed with the latest technical optimizations. These
products include the Kern 40 Poly Wrapping System, which now can be combined with the Kern 980 Continuous Forms Cutter. Daniel Bruderer, Kern’s Chief
Marketing Officer, has this to say about the Kern 40: ”With this solution, Kern
has responded to the growing trend towards using poly wrapping in the transactional and TransPromo markets.” This recent development makes necessary
the ability to process documents online from stacks and rolls.
At this year’s Drupa, Kern will be positioning itself even more strongly as a
provider of complete solutions based on unique, high-performance system components. A visit to the Kern Solutions stand will provide visitors with an exciting
glimpse of where Document Output Management will be heading in the years to
come.
About Kern: Headquartered in Konolfingen, Switzerland (near Bern), Kern is
one of the world’s leading vendors of digital forms processing systems and machines, as well as products for the pre- and post-processing of digitally printed
material. Kern manufactures high-performance document inserting systems for
banks, government agencies, telephone companies, insurance companies, public utilities, IT service providers, and other companies which have anywhere from
medium to extremely high mail production requirements.
For further information, please contact:
Daniel Bruderer Chief Marketing Officer
Kern AG Huenigenstrasse 16 CH - 3510 Konolfingen Switzerland
Phone: +41 (0) 31 790 35 35 Direct line: +41 (0) 31 790 36 01 Fax: +41 (0) 31
790 35 45 E-mail: [email protected] Web: www.kern.ch
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Product Overview
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
03.1625
Software, Job Planning
03.1665
Pile turners
03.1710
Workflow systems
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1245
Folding machines, floor models
04.1275
Foil sealing machines
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
04.1425
Mailer machines
04.1530
Cross cutters
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
04.1580
Rotary cross cutting machines
04.1585
Rotary cutters
04.1645
Shrink film packaging equipment
04.1650
Software, Job Planning
04.1790
Workflow systems
06.1010
Consulting
Kern AG
02.1270
Continuous stationery converting machines
02.1305
Labelling machines for printed products
02.1430
Foil sealing machines
02.1560
Mailer machines
02.1605
Paper web moistening equipment
02.1655
Cross cutters
02.1710
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
02.1730
Rotary cross cutting machines
02.1735
Rotary cutters
02.1765
Guillotines and guillotine systems
02.1835
Pile turners
02.1945
Workflow systems
03.1255
Continuous stationery converting machines
03.1325
Foil sealing machines
03.1415
Slitting and cross cutting machines
03.1520
Cross cutters
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Knorr Maschinenbau, Helmut
Product Overview
Address
Robert-Bosch-Straße 18
74653 Künzelsau
Germany
Knorr Maschinenbau, Helmut
02.1280
Destackers
02.1755
Jogging tables
02.1765
Guillotines and guillotine systems
03.1055
Loading and unloading devices for guillotines and
guillotine systems
Phone
+49-794092140
Fax
+49-7940921414
Internet address
http://www.knorr-systeme.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
03.1265
Destackers
Stand
Hall 12, A45 (Page 962)
03.1575
Jogging tables
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
04.1065
Loading and unloading devices for guillotines and
guillotine systems
04.1205
Destackers
04.1635
Guillotines and guillotine systems
Company News
06.04.2008
Knorr Maschinenbau, Helmut
Weltpremiere! Vollautomatisches Palettiersystem für
Mehrfachnutzen
Vollautomatische Weiterverarbeitunglösung von Einfach- oder Mehrfachnutzen
vom Dreischneider bis zum kantengenauen Absetzen auf Palette.
Dieses System garantiert einen schnelleren und qualitativ hochwertigeren Arbeitsprozess und 75% Kostenersparnis durch weniger Bedienpersonal.
Das System läßt sich Anpassen zur Weiterverarbeitung nach der
Druckmaschine, Schnellschneider, Dreischneider, Heft- und Falzmaschinen,
Buchfertigung und ist somit eine Vollautomatisierungslösung für eine breite Anwendergruppe.
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Gehärteter Federbandstahl, chemisch geätzt, CNC-geschärft, feinstgeschlichtet
mit polierten Schneidkanten (”Edge-Polishing”). Variable Schnittwinkel, von 30°110° je nach Material exakt von uns festgelegt. Variable Profilhöhe von 0,30 mm
- 1,5 mm. Zum An- oder Durchstanzen. Geeignet für sämtliche Verbund- und
Monomaterialien, leichte Kartonagen, SK-Haftpapiere und SK-Folien.
Kocher + Beck GmbH & Co. Rotationsstanztechnik KG
Address
Dieselstraße 6
72124 Pliezhausen
Germany
Phone
+49-71279785-0
Natürlich kennen Sie Inline-Stanzen in Ihrer Druckmaschine - doch vergessen
Sie alles, was Sie dazu wissen. Jetzt wird Inline-Stanzen richtig professionell.
Fax
+49-71279785-980
Internet address
http://www.kocher-beck.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Schluss mit basteln, kleben, positionieren. Einfach das Gummituch in Ihrer Offsetdruckmaschine gegen das geschiente Stanzblech von Kocher + Beck austauschen. Fertig! Und schon drucken, stanzen, perforieren, rillen Sie in einem
Durchlauf. In bester Qualität. Zuverlässig und produktiv. Und bei Folgeaufträgen ist die Stanzform sofort wieder einsatzfertig zur Verfügung.
Stand
Hall 11, C25 (Page 958)
Inline Offset Cutting - Detailbeschreibung
Product Overview
04.1670
Kocher + Beck GmbH & Co. Rotationsstanztechnik...
Die-cutting machines
Ihre Vorteile auf den Punkt gebracht: Drucken und Stanzen in einem Arbeitsgang Verkürzte Lieferzeiten Ihrer Aufträge durch Inhouse Finishing Keine zusätzliche Kosten durch Fremdfertigung der Stanzarbeiten Drucken und Inline Stanzen
in der selben Geschwindigkeit Keine Kosten für teure Montagesysteme Kein
aufwendiges zusammenbasteln von einzelnen Schneidlinie Sicherer Halt der
Stanzbleche im Spannkanal Stanzplatten mehrfach wieder verwendbar Perfekte
Passergenauigkeit bei Mehrfachnutzen Optimale Bogenplanlage nach dem Stanze
Anstanzen auf Selbstklebematerial möglich Durchstanzen auf Monomaterial möglich
Qualität lässt sich nicht teilen!
Mit der Inline-Stanztechnik reduzieren Sie die Rüstzeiten wie auch die Standzeiten
Ihrer Offsetdruckmaschinen erheblich. Das Einsetzen des Stanzblechs erfolgt
so einfach, wie der Wechsel eines Gummituchs. Einmalig lange Standzeiten, die
durch lasergehärtete 3L-Qualität nochmals wesentlich verlängert werden können. Für Wiederholungsaufträge stehen die Stanz- und Perforierformen sofort
wieder zur Verfügung. Inline-Stanzen mit Format. Durch Zusammenschienen
von 2 Stanzblechen lassen sich Druckbogenformate von 70x100cm stanzen präzise und passgenau. Keine Zusatzinvestitionen. Sparen Sie sich das Geld
für Werkzeuge und Vorrichtungen. Sagen Sie uns, was Sie brauchen. Durch
Skizzen oder Zeichnungen mit Maßangaben. Alles weitere erledigen wir. Wir
bereiten die Stanzbleche auf und liefern Ihnen diese kurzfristig. Und vor allem
- sofort einsatzbereit. Ohne teure Personalbindung für das ”Zusammenbasteln”
der Formen und sonstige Arbeitsvorbereitungen. Auf was warten Sie noch?
Rufen Sie uns an. Am anderen Ende unserer Info-Hotline ”Inline-Stanzen” erwartet Sie ein erfahrener Fachmann, mit dem Sie alle jetzt noch offenen Fragen
auch in aller Offenheit besprechen können. (07127) 9785-52
Getreu diesem Motto müssen Sie sich bei uns nicht für eine mehr oder weniger
präzise ”A”, ”B” oder gar ”C” Version entscheiden.
Kocher+Beck hat bereits 1981 die Magnetstanztechnik in Pionierarbeit zur Serienreife entwickelt und gilt heute unumstritten als die weltweite Nummer 1 auf
Product Details
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Die-cutting machines
3L Laser Long Life
3L LASER LONG LIFE - Detailbeschreibung
Bei Großauflagen, häufigem Einrichten von Stanzblechen mit Standardformaten
oder bei abrasiven Substraten die Ihr Stanzwerkzeug innerhalb kurzer Zeit ”killen”.
Keine Beeinflussung der flexiblen Eigenschaften durch die definierte Härtung
und den homogenen Übergang in der Härtezone in das Grundmaterial. Unser 3L
Stanzblech lässt andere ”Pseudo” gehärtete Stanzbleche und den guten alten
Stanzzylinder in punkto Langlebigkeit und Wirtschaftlichkeit ziemlich alt aussehen!
Universal - Detailbeschreibung:
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diesem Gebiet! Gewaltige Kapazitäten in unseren drei Produktionsstandorten
garantieren kürzeste Lieferzeiten von nur 1-2 Arbeitstagen!
Kochsiek & NLI GmbH
Address
Hakenort 47
33609 Bielefeld
Germany
Unsere ”UNIVERSAL” Magnetstanzbleche sind ein Synonym für Zuverlässigkeit
und Wirtschaftlichkeit - und dass zu Konditionen die Sie überzeugen werden!
Phone
+49-5213041917
Das perfekte Werkzeug für alle Materialien und Anwendungen.
Fax
+49-5213041918
Sollte das auch Ihre Meinung sein, dann müssen Sie sofort unser 3L ”LASER
LONG LIFE” Stanzblech testen!
Internet address
http://www.konli.com
Alle Eigenschaften die unser ”UNIVERSAL” Stanzblech unschlagbar machen,
plus Laserhärtung auf ca. 62 Rockwell im oberen Schneidenbereich (herkömmlich 48-50 HRC)
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 10, D62 (Page 954)
Qualität lässt sich nicht teilen!
Alle ” UNIVERSAL” Magnetstanzbleche von Kocher+Beck erhalten die Qualitätsnote hervorragend.
Große Auflagen oder abrasive Materialien = Stanzzylinder?
Gehen Sie ”auf Nummer sicher”
Nicht jeder Werkzeughersteller der von ”Laserbehandlung” spricht, hält auch
was er sagt. Das können wir Ihnen beweisen!
Product Overview
Inline Offset Cutting
04.1090
Bag and pouchmaking machines
Perforieren, Stanzen, Rillen, direkt in der Offsetdruckmaschine - mit geschienten
Stanzblechen von Kocher + Beck.
04.1600
Sack making machines
Kochsiek & NLI GmbH
Es gibt keine bessere und einfachere Lösung!
Product Details
04.1090
Kochsiek & NLI GmbH
Bag and pouchmaking machines
Beutelmaschinen
Unsere Präsenz auf dem Markt reicht von
einfachen Maschinen für Konsumbeutel
über Tragetaschenaggregate und Staubsaugerbeutel-Maschinen bis hin zu SpezialBeutelmaschinen für Qualitätsverpackungen.
Die führende Position von KOCHSIEK & NLI
als innovativer Hersteller ist das Ergebnis
hoher Leistung der Maschinen, kombiniert
mit deren hervorragender Bauweise, außer-
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ordentlichem Bedienungskomfort sowie
ihrer sprichwörtlichen Zuverlässigkeit und
Product Overview
Langlebigkeit.
04.1155
CD/DVD-sleeve production
04.1215
Folding and glueing machines
04.1220
Folding box making machines
04.1235
Folding carton prefeeder
04.1255
Carton windowing machines
Kohmann GmbH & Co. KG
Auch Innovationen wie die Maschinen für
Staubsaugerbeutel haben zu dem Erfolg
beigetragen. Und die Möglichkeit, unsere
Beutelmaschinen komplett mit Servotechnik
auszurüsten, ist ein weiteres Beispiel für
innovative Konzepte.
Eine Investition in eine KONLI Beutelmaschine ist eine sichere Sache: Noch heute
Product Details
laufen Modelle aus den 50er Jahren im
Mehrschicht-Betrieb.
04.1255
Kohmann GmbH & Co. KG
Carton windowing machines
F-1100 Universal II, die perfekte Einstiegsmaschine
Universal Fensterklebemaschinen
Kohmann GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Benninghofer Weg 7
40822 Mettmann
Germany
Innovative Technologie im Zusammenspiel mit bewährter Technik der Fensterklebemaschinen bieten ein Maximum an Effektivität und Wirtschaftlichkeit. Geringe
Investitionskosten und hohe Verarbeitungsleistung sind der Garant für zukünftigen Erfolg. Auf diese Leitsätze ist die Konzeption unserer Fenstereinklebemaschine aufgebaut.
Phone
+49-2104914-60
Überzeugend
Fax
+49-21049146-50
Internet address
http://www.kohmann.de
Kurze Rüstzeiten dank computer-unterstützter Einstellhilfe
Direktangetriebener Folieneinzug für kürzeste Rüstzeiten
Verschiedene Anlegerkonzepte; optional als Stapel- oder Riemenhebersystem
Erweiterbar durch zahlreiche Optionen
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 10, A40 (Page 954)
Herausziehbares Leimwerk
Bewährte Fertigungstechnik
Das ausziehbare Einwalzenleimwerk entspricht den heutigen, modernen Anforderungen der Fertigungstechnik. Optimale Verarbeitung durch geringe Leimoberfläche. Bei Arbeitsende ist nur eine minimale Restmenge zu entsorgen.
Leistungsstarke Maschinenkomponenten
Aufeinander abgestimmte Maschinenkomponenten und große Zylinderdurchmesser
sind der Garant für hohe Maschinenleistungen. Zahlreiche Sensoren zur Qual-
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itätsüberwachung reduzieren Stillstandszeiten und vermeiden Unterbrechungen
in nachfolgenden Prozess-Stufen.
Kettenstation
Flexibel bei Fensterzuschnitt
Ob einfaches Fenster auf einem Standardzuschnitt oder anspruchsvoller ”Pick
& Place”-Prozess auf hochwertigem Karton: Die Konstruktion erlaubt den Einsatz aller Zusatzeinrichtungen entweder ab Werk oder nachrüstbar zu einem
späteren Zeitpunkt.
Innovative Maschinenfunktionen
Dateneingabe über grafikfähiges Display, SPS-Steuerung zur Überwachung der
Maschinenfunktionen und servomotorische Antriebe zur Reduzierung der Rüstzeit
sind Garanten für effektives Arbeiten und daher feste Bestandteile der Maschine.
The Kompac Kwik Finish can flood & spot coat as well as spot not coat (allowing areas to be free of coating), encouraging enhanced finishing capability and
assisting with variable data printing. NO OTHER UV COATER OF THIS SIZE
OFFERS SPOT COATING! As a result of its unique design both sides of the
sheet can be coated without concern. In addition, the auto level sensing system
automatically replenishes coating when the system is low ensuring contaminated
coating will never be used.
SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Sheet Size: 355,6mm x 508mm Minimum Sheet Size: 127mm x
177,8mm Sheets per hour (sph): 5500 Maximum Coating Area: 349,3mm x
495,3mm Paper Thickness: 30 to 300gsm Multiple Curing Selections: 125/200/300w
In addition, Kompac offers the Kompac Komplete line of UV/Aqueous & Specialty Coatings, Coating Blankets, UV Mylar Plates, Kwik Koat Seals and UV/IR
Replacement Bulbs.
Kompac GmbH
Address
The Kompac Kwik Finish is an exciting new offline coating and curing system,
providing a quick and easy way to apply UV/Aqueous coatings and primers to a
wide variety of substrates. From offset to digital output, each job will have the
lasting durability, protection and rub resistant finish that your customers expect.
STOP OUTSOURCING…KOMPAC PROVIDES EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO
SUCCEED IN COATING!
Siemensring 100
47877 Willich
Germany
Phone
+49 2154 49010 / +1 908 534 8411 (US)
Fax
+49 2154 1499 / +1 908 534 8412 (US)
To experience first hand the outstanding performance and quality the Kompac
Kwik Finish delivers visit Kompac GmbH Hall 05/Stand B34 for a Live Demonstration. To request additional information or speak with a Kwik Finish Specialist,
call Kompac GmbH +49 2154 49010, write to [email protected] or visit
www.kompactech.com.
Internet address
http://www.kompactech.com
03/25/2008
E-Mail
[email protected]
Kompac Kwik Finish Wins ON DEMAND Best of Show
Award
Kompac Kwik Finish UV/Aqueous Coating & Curing System
Stand
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LET KOMPAC PUT YOU IN THE COATING BUSINESS!
KOMPAC KWIK FINISH - UV/AQUEOUS COATING & CURING SYSTEM
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Boston, MA, March 4, 2008 – Kompac Technologies, LLC has been recognized
at this year’s ON DEMAND Conference & Exposition with a Best of Show award
in the Bindery, Finishing and Mailing Equipment category for its Kompac Kwik
Finish UV/Aqueous Coating & Curing System.
InfoTrends, a leading market research and consulting firm in the digital imaging
and document solutions industry, partnered with the ON DEMAND Conference
& Exposition to produce the awards program. The ON DEMAND Conference &
Exposition is the world’s leading digital printing conference and exposition, encompassing all of the technologies that are used to create, manage, personalize,
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print and deliver content.
LET KOMPAC PUT YOU IN THE COATING BUSINESS!
Product Overview
The Kompac Kwik Finish is an exciting new offline coating and curing system,
providing a quick and easy way to apply UV/Aqueous coatings and primers to a
wide variety of substrates. From offset to digital output, each job will have the
lasting durability, protection and rub resistant finish that your customers expect.
02.1075
Coatings
02.1080
Coating machines and devices
02.1370
Ink feed and ink level control devices for ink units
02.1375
Damping rollers
02.1390
Damping/dampening systems
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Coatings
03.1070
Coating machines and devices
04.1075
Coatings
04.1080
Coating machines and devices
05.1050
Chemical mixing & replenishing systems
05.1185
Fountain solutions
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Damping (water) solutions and additives
The Kompac Kwik Finish can flood & spot coat as well as spot not coat (allowing areas to be free of coating), encouraging enhanced finishing capability and
assisting with variable data printing. No other UV coater of this size offers spot
coating! As a result of its unique design both sides of the sheet can be coated
without concern. In addition, the auto level sensing system automatically replenishes coating when the system is low ensuring contaminated coating will never
be used.
Kompac provides everything you need to succeed in coating - The Kompac Kwik
Finish, Kompac Komplete UV/Aqueous coatings, coating blankets, coating film,
packing material and UV/IR bulbs.
Kompac GmbH
About Kompac Technologies, LLC
Kompac Technologies, LLC, is the leading manufacturer and supplier of an extensive line of products to satisfy the needs of the graphic arts industry, worldwide. Our product line includes: the Kompac Kwik Finish UV/Aqueous Coating
& Curing System, Kwik IR Dryer, Kwik Stack, Kompac Automatic Dampening
Systems and the Kompac Vac.
In addition Kompac provides dedicated Technical and Customers service support, world class quality (ISO 9001:2000 Certified) and a worldwide distribution
network.
To experience first hand the outstanding performance and quality the Kompac
Kwik Finish delivers, call your local representative today, write to [email protected]
or visit www.kompactech.com.
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pipe are the same. However, the pipe connecting to the Venturi discharge has
a larger diameter to counter the additional air volume on the discharge side of
the Venturi.
Kongskilde Industries A/S
Address
Skaelskorvej 64
4180 Soroe
Denmark
The system is designed with no air return, therefore the blower does not heat
the conveying air. It also means that the air volume to be separated from the
material in the separation unit at the end of the system is higher compared to
systems with air returns.
Phone
+4533683500
Fax
+4533688620
Internet address
http://www.kongskilde.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Kongskilde’s ITF 160 and 200 Venturi are simple and stable systems with a high
conveying capacity for edge trims, reject parts and other off-cuts from the plastic
and paper industries.
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The blower and the Venturi are placed close to the discharge end of the system.
This makes the material intake easy to install and does not even require any
kind of feeder. The material is simply vacuumed through a continuous pipe right
from intake and then blown from the Venturi to the discharge.
Kongskilde Industries A/S
Continuous Conveying without Moving Parts
Kongskilde is introducing a new Venturi system for the pneumatic conveying
of off-cuts, reject parts and edge trim from the plastic and paper industries. The
system is characterised by conveying material through a pipe system without
obstructions or mechanical moving parts.
The essential part of the system is the Kongskilde ITF Venturi connecting to
either 160 or 200 mm diameter pipes, which creates an extensive capacity for
removal of, for example continuous edge trim, from the production line.
As there is no perforation inside the conveying system, particles from the conveyed material will not block the inside. Likewise, the lack of rotating parts eliminates the risk of winding troubles or blockages in the material flow. Based on
these facts, the system is very suitable for thin and light materials containing
particles that would normally block an air return system with perforated parts.
To access optimum flow of the conveying air, the system can be combined with
either our Multiair blower or our TRL blower. The blower creates the airflow by
building up an air pressure inside the chamber surrounding the ITF Venturi. The
air is then led through a gap to the outlet and is thereby creating an efficient
vacuum inside the full length of the conveying line.
The diameter of the pipe inside the Venturi and the diameter of the conveying
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Product Manager Jens-Otto Hansen, Kongskilde Denmark, telephone +45 33
68 35 00. Sales Manager Henning Vestergaard, Kongskilde United Kingdom,
telephone +45 33 68 35 00. Sales Manager Hans Rasmussen, Kongskilde North
America, telephone +1 309 820 1090. Sales Manager Anoop Singh, Kongskilde
South Africa, telephone +27 11 894 234 1.
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New Efficient Static Separator for Thin, Light Materials
In the paper and plastic industries process cut-offs and edge trim are often
removed by pneumatic conveying systems.
After the conveying, the material will be separated from the conveying air e.g.
by rotary valves and other devices requiring energy, maintenance and regular
replacement of wearing parts.
Static separators, which are economical to run, can also do the separation, but
on the other hand these may cause functional problems - e.g. clogging of the
screen, which is part of the system.
Kongskilde has now developed a new efficient static separator for edge trim and
die cut skeletons from thin, light plastic materials. By mounting a self-adjusting
bottom plate in the separation chamber, the high speed of the material is maintained under the screen. This prevents turbulence, which would stop the material
stream from being discharged continually.
The bottom plate is balanced by an adjustable weight, and thereby a suitable
opening and air speed are maintained by varying pressures. An adjustable stop-
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ping device can furthermore limit the rate of closing.
The screen in the separator will wear with due time. However, it is easy to
replace without having to disassemble the separator resulting in minimal production down time.
Kongskilde’s new static separator is an economical and efficient solution for separating difficult materials at the discharge of pneumatic conveying systems.
For further information, please contact:
Product Manager Jens-Otto Hansen, Kongskilde Denmark, telephone +45 33
68 35 00. Sales Manager Henning Vestergaard, Kongskilde United Kingdom,
telephone +45 33 68 35 00. Sales Manager Hans Rasmussen, Kongskilde North
America, telephone +1 309 820 1090. Sales Manager Anoop Singh, Kongskilde
South Africa, telephone +27 11 894 234 1.
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Along with the new MultiDicer Kongskilde can supply complete systems for the
removal of waste in the packaging industry and can also deal with thicker materials.
For further information, please contact:
Product Manager Jens-Otto Hansen, Kongskilde Denmark, telephone +45 33
68 35 00. Sales Manager Henning Vestergaard, Kongskilde United Kingdom,
telephone +45 33 68 35 00. Sales Manager Hans Rasmussen, Kongskilde North
America, telephone +1 309 820 1090. Sales Manager Anoop Singh, Kongskilde
South Africa, telephone +27 11 894 234 1.
Product Overview
Kongskilde Industries A/S
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Waste disposal systems
04.1005
Waste disposal systems
Paperboard Skeletal Frame Shredder
Kongskilde’s pneumatic conveying systems are efficient for the conveying of
off-cuts and other process waste in the plastic and paper industries. Furthermore, the conveying systems are easy to install and economical to run and
maintain. Until now the use of the systems has been limited to the conveying of
materials up to approx. 400 g/m2.
Now Kongskilde introduces MultiDicer, a schredder that cuts thick paperboard
down into sizes below 75 x 75 mm. These dimensions can be conveyed in
Kongskilde’s normal conveying systems typically with a pipe diameter of 160
mm. This means that paperboard skeletons from die cutters and paperboard
waste in the packing industry can be removed from the production area in a
simple, efficient and economical way.
Krauß Software GmbH
Address
Tiefe Straße 1
38162 Cremlingen
Germany
Phone
+49-5306912211
Fax
+49-5306912233
The MultiDicer from Kongskilde is for paperboard frames with a width up to 1600
mm and with a thickness of up to 2000 g/m2. The machine is able to shred up
to 12000 sheets per hour. This means that the capacity is large enough to treat
the waste from even the fastest die cutters in the industry.
Internet address
http://www.krauss-software.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Rotating knives cutting against fixed knives do the shredding. The cutting of
the material is done both lengthways and crossways. After shredding the waste
pieces are vacuumed away by Kongskilde’s well-known pneumatic conveying
systems.
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The conveying in the rather modest pipe diameter only requires limited volume
of air. Often conditioned air from the production area is used as conveying air,
and therefore the technique is very energy efficient for both the air conditioning
and waste conveying.
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Product Overview
Krauß Software GmbH
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Colour measurement and evaluation devices
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Measuring and testing equipment
01.1340
PDF-applications
02.1055
Web inspection systems
02.1110
So werden beispielsweise Bücher in der Druckvorstufe mit zum Teil über 600
Seiten ohne Benutzerinteraktion automatisch geprüft.
02.1340
Colour measurement and evaluation devices
02.1490
Control devices
02.1565
Measuring and testing equipment
02.1620
PDF-applications
03.1450
Measuring and testing equipment
03.1495
PDF-applications
04.1430
Measuring and testing equipment
04.1500
PDF-applications
04.1500
Für diese automatische Prüfung müssen die Dateien, die miteinander verglichen
werden sollen, in dem sog. Auftragsordner abgelegt werden. Das AutorunModul sucht dort permanent nach Prüfaufträgen. Findet Autorun welche, startet
es den Dateivergleich für diese Aufträge und erstellt ein Prüfprotokoll. Werden
Abweichungen erkannt, schleust das Autorun die fehlerhaften Dateien mit Prüfprotokoll und dem Fehlerbild aus. Fehlerfreie Dateien verschiebt es zur Weiterverarbeitung in die entsprechenden Ordner, die der Benutzer vor dem Start
einstellen kann.
Braille printing techniques
Product Details
gleich vollautomatisch stattfinden. Dieses Modul steuert unser Offline-Produkt
Pharma-PrintControl.
Nur die ausgeschleusten Dateien müssen noch einmal untersucht und ggf. von
der Druckvorstufe nachbearbeitet werden. Alle anderen können im Workflow
weitergereicht werden.
KRELUS AG
Krauß Software GmbH
Address
Im Wechsel 23
5042 Hirschthal
Switzerland
Phone
+41-(0)62-739-30-70
Fax
+41-(0)62-739-30-89
Internet address
http://www.krelus.ch
E-Mail
[email protected]
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Automatischer PDF-Vergleich
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Damit genau das gedruckt wird, was der Kunde möchte, muss der Inhalt der
druckfertigen Datei aus der Druckvorstufe mit der Kundendatei verglichen und
auf Abweichungen geprüft werden. Mit dem Autorun-Modul kann dieser Ver-
03/10/2008
KRELUS AG
Energy saving IR-heaters from KRELUS
For more than 30 years, KRELUS AG has been manufacturing custom-made
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infrared heater systems for a wide range of applications. Areas of particular
emphasis are:
- Thermoforming - Textile, film, paper and foil coating - Embossing calanders Laminating machines - Pre-drying and heating equipment - etc.
The unique KRELUS technology applies direct radiation from the heat source to
the product. The special heater construction effectively blocks the heat loss to
the reverse side. The fast medium-wave KRELUS-IR-heater allows operations
with precise temperature control on product surfaces. Due to the very rapid
reaction time of these IR-heaters, they can be switched off even for short breaks.
With the optimised emission of the heat energy in the real medium wave range
(+/- 3 microns) - where almost all products have best absorption - the KRELUSIR-heater is the more efficient and superior in comparison to traditional infrared
heaters and allows energy and cost savings.
KRELUS have now extended its range of made-to-measure IR infrared heaters
with three standard models. Using identical technology, we are now able to
supply the sizes 248 x 248 mm, 123 x 496 mm and 123 x 248 mm. Power densities of 26 to 40 kW/m2 are available. These three new types of module allow
individually controlled radiation zones to be easily constructed to any desired
size. These new KRELUS-IR heaters are of course particularly suited for use in
thermoforming equipment and on continuous running lines to give accurate and
consistent temperature profiles.
We shall be pleased to welcome you at our booth at DRUPA 2008: Hall 16,
Stand A 22
KRELUS AG, Im Wechsel 23, CH-5042 Hirschthal, Tel. ++41 62 739 3070, Fax
++41 62 739 3089, E-Mail: [email protected], http://www.krelus.ch
Product Overview
KRIS S.R.L.
Address
Via A. Kuliscioff, 21
20152 Milano/MI
Italy
Phone
+39-02410818
Fax
+39-024120566
Internet address
http://www.kris.it
E-Mail
[email protected]
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05/19/2008
KRIS S.R.L.
NEWS FROM THE COMPANY
In order to our experience we recently develop a new series of products about
the production of boxes. Such are a complete set for the care of the steel plate
in die-cutting machines, and a new line of matrix made of a strong material with
advanced attribute. We’ll glad to host our customer to show the newest items
and all regarding our production.
KRELUS AG
Product Overview
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Drying plants
04.1730
Dryers
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Steel rule die-making machines
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Embossing formes and dies
02.1705
Creasing and scoring machines
02.1725
Rotary perforating units
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Die-cutting machines
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04/24/2008
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Knife grinding machines
- Profit Optimization – Simplicity itself
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Perforating tools and equipment
Kroenert Group’s machine exhibits on the Drupa will show that coating and lamination tasks can also mean fast ROI. Retrofitting existing finishing systems is an
option, as is integration of these innovative systems in new systems. 1. Sleeve
technology for gravure rollers and smooth steel rollers in coating
05.1415
Cutting, punching and scoring rules
05.1425
Self-adhesive materials for printing
05.1535
Platemaking accessories & supplies
Schützenstraße 105
22761 Hamburg
Germany
Phone
+49-4085393-01
Fax
+49-4085393-171
Internet address
Thanks to the lower costs for rollers, not more than a quarter of the usual set-up
time during roller changes, and less staff, the users of this technology experience
a significant competitive advantage. 2. Curtain coater ”Slide-Die” with width side
adjustment
Multilayer coatings with only one coating system and one dryer are real. The
trademarks of coating machines with such a coating system are:
- smaller space requirement - lower investments - lower energy costs - fewer
staff
Additionally, only the patented width adjustment for the curtain caster „Slide-Die“
allows for fast product changes to different working widths without downtime.
Only Kroenert offers such a solution.
The fact that we were granted the process patent for the curtain casters for
pressure-sensitive dispersion adhesives also illustrates Kroenert Group’s leading position in this coating technology.
Multilayer coating technology is already a real alternative for many applications,
such as:
http://www.kroenert.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
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Kroenert Group on the Drupa 2008
High costs for completely new rollers and time- and labor-consuming roller
changes are now a thing of the past. A single operator can change the engraved coating roller or the smooth roller required for production in a minimum
of time. And of course without any special tools.
Kroenert GmbH & Co. KG
Maschinenfabrik, Max
Address
Kroenert GmbH & Co. KG Maschinenfabrik, Max
• aqueous and solvent based pressure-sensitive adhesives (removable labels
and adhesive tapes) • solvent based and aqueous primer and heat seal application in the packaging industry • inkjet coating, etc.
The Kroenert-Technology-Center (TC) in Hamburg, run by the companies
Kroenert, BMB, and Drytec, offer this technology to everyone. Here, we develop and test together with our suppliers and/or users the technology with the
perfect fit for the task at hand. The Slot-Die and Slide-Die technology integrated
in the TC system allows the application of 1 to 3 layers without intermediate drying process. And the Kroenert TC production line can handle working widths up
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to 1300 mm at speeds up to 1600 m/min. (See illustration of the TC production
line)
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In future, the Kroenert Curtain Technology will allow for coating at lower speeds
than ever before. Future press releases will keep you informed about these
prospects.
Product Details
The Kroenert Group also introduces:
Kaschierwerke
• The new dryer generation Highdry 250/500 With more power per meter of drying path and improved efficiency, increasing energy costs are less of a problem
and investment in longer dryers is not necessary.
Zur Abdeckung eines breiten Spektrums an Einsatzbereichen hat Kroenert in
den letzten Jahren Kaschierwerke für alle gängigen Anwendungen entwickelt.
Je nach Produktionsaufgabe stehen folgende Konzepte zur Verfügung, die zum
Teil auch kombinierbar sind: 3-Walzen, z.B. für flexible Verpackungen oder temperaturempfindliche Materialien 2-Walzen, z.B. für die Herstellung von Etikettenmaterial
• HSR steam humidifier The new generation of the HSR steam humidifier does
not only allow for higher throughput in humidifying. Temperature-sensitive materials like thermal paper are also no longer a taboo for the steam humidifying
system by the Kroenert Group.
• High-performance winder generation A new generation of winders (unwinding
and rewinding) does not only allow for highest successful splice rations of up
to 99.9 %. The splicing-length optimization system for unwinding, a glue-free
core winding system for rewinding and the remaining layer optimization system
”Profit” again reduces the share of waste material significantly.
And of course the Kroenert Group can demonstrate all this on the ready-to-run
systems in the aforementioned Technology Center.
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Paraffining machines, waxing machines and plants
Kroenert GmbH & Co. KG Maschinenfabrik, Max
Laminating machines
Beide Kaschierwerke können temperiert und im Kaschierdruck angepasst werden; die Verwendung als Nasskaschierwerk (z.B. Papierkaschierung auf Aluminium) ist möglich.
Kugler-Womako GmbH
Address
Schlosserstraße 15
72622 Nürtingen
Germany
Phone
+49-7022-70020
Fax
+49-7022-33444
Internet address
http://www.kw.kpl.net
A competent team is looking forward to meeting you at our booth 10 A62 on the
fair in Düsseldorf from May 29 to June 11, 2008.
Come and see! You will love our innovative products.
And for some relaxation we offer exotic cocktails.
We are looking forward to seeing you.
Product Overview
Kroenert GmbH & Co. KG Maschinenfabrik, Max
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Coating machines and devices
E-Mail
[email protected]
04.1305
Impregnating machines
Stand
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04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1390
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
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03/26/2008
Kugler-Womako GmbH
The New Customer Service Program “ExpertServe”
Offers Potential Savings in Paper Converting
With the innovative partner program ExpertServe E.C.H. Will, Pemco and
Kugler-Womako, companies of the Körber PaperLink Group, will showcase a
new customer service program at drupa 2008. It is designed to help current
and future clients who are operating paper converting machines to benefit from
under-utilized potential savings.
Uncoordinated service activities, maintenance without using original service
parts and inferior operator know-how can all cause avoidable downtime and
produce higher costs than necessary. Experience shows that by means of an
intelligent and customized combination of service products these problems can
be easily avoided.
This is the focus of the new customer service partner program ExpertServe .
Similar concepts have been successfully used in the aircraft and automotive
industries and already have proven to work just as well with paper machines.
However, they are not as yet well established in the paper converting business.
”Preventive maintenance as part of our partner program ExpertServe is a potential savings which is so far used too rarely in paper converting”, says Kristian
Sumfleth, Head of Customer Service & Assembling, E.C.H. Will.
ExpertServe covers a bundle of measures serving as a whole to optimize
customer-relevant factors such as costs, quality and machine availability. Dedicated maintenance plans can help in minimizing service costs. Line efficiency
can be improved by implementing a Consulting Workshop, in which the customer’s production processes are analyzed and improvements are suggested.
These suggestions can include measures such as the use of recommended
professional rebuild assemblies during maintenance which can improve performance and shorten downtimes.
”With ExpertServe we offer our customers, based on data provided by them, a
new way of coordinating different kinds of maintenance and service solutions,
so that necessary expenditures are optimized”, adds Kristian Sumfleth.
02/13/2008
Körber PaperLink at drupa 2008
At drupa 2008, the most important and worldwide the largest fair for the printing and paper converting industries, Körber PaperLink (KPL) will be present on
1,200 sqm in Hall 11, Stand B62 / C62.
For the first time all paper companies of the group, including E.C.H. Will,
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Pemco (with the brands SHM and Wrapmatic), Kugler-Womako and Winkler+Dünnebier, will be assembled together under the same roof. They will share
a stand with common corporate design to demonstrate the integration of Winkler+Dünnebier within the Körber PaperLink Group.
For 14 days Körber PaperLink will showcase its unique system solutions for paper sheeting, converting and packaging. Overall eight different systems will be
presented at the fair. The range of products varies from Pemco folio-size sheeting solutions to Kugler-Womako solutions for the stationery and book binding
industries. Winkler+Dünnebier will display a wide range of envelope and pocket
machines. As a highlight Winkler+Dünnebier will present new cutting solutions
for the production of folding boxes at drupa. In addition, Customer Service will
have a special focus. Three times a day machine demonstrations will show how
the systems work in actual production use.
The exhibition space will be separated into different areas according to different
ranges of paper converting. In addition to the fair stand at Düsseldorf E.C.H. Will
and Winkler+Dünnebier are inviting their customers to Open Houses in Hamburg
and Neuwied.
03/13/2008
Optimized Solutions for Stationery Production from
Kugler-Womako live at drupa 2008
Nürtingen, March 13, 2008 – The machine manufacturer Kugler-Womako from
Nürtingen, a company of the Körber PaperLink Group, presents its double wire
forming machine ProLoop and the punching machine ProPunch at drupa 2008.
Both machines show optimized handling processes and extended production
possibilities.
The punching machine ProPunch can be used for different materials such as
paper, board or plastic. Products including register cards, calendar sheets or
loose leaf dividers can be punched quickly and efficiently. A new development
is the non-stop stacker: Until now two operators were necessary to remove completed packs manually. Now, these packs are collected automatically and sent
to a transport belt for further handling.
The double wire forming machine ProLoop produces double wire according to
international quality standards. By reducing size bound parts compared to the
former model HK 571, the size changes can be effected faster and more efficiently. The non stop spool change also minimizes manual labour. The machine
drive has been redesigned completely. The patented solution enables faster
production speeds. With pitch 3:1 and diameters up to 5/8’’ the machine can now
achieve 3250 loops per minute. Due to a new C-forming technology, it is now
possible to form loops up to a diameter of 1 ½ “. The wire forming machine can
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be connected directly to other binding machines produced by Kugler-Womako
or other manufacturers.
Visitors to drupa 2008 can see both machines work under actual production
conditions at the Körber PaperLink stand (Hall 11, Stand B62/C62) three times
a day.
04/15/2008
Kugler-Womako to showcase ProBind, a cost-effective
binding machine for start-ups, at drupa 2008
The German-based machinery manufacturer Kugler-Womako, a Körber PaperLink company, will present ProBind , a binding machine particularly developed
for cost-effective binding, at drupa 2008.
Kugler-Womako’s ProBind addresses the needs of bookbinderies, trade finishers and small stationery manufacturers who are looking for a binding machine
with manual feeding for small-to-medium-size production runs. In addition the
machine is especially useful as a supplement to more automated converting
lines to process smaller orders.
”The new ProBind achieves 30 binding cycles per minute and is therefore especially suited for manual feeding”, says Stephan Bühler, Product Manager,
Kugler-Womako. ”Thus the efficient operation of the machine can be learned
in a short time by less experienced machine operators.”
The ProBind concentrates on the main production steps – separating, punching, collecting, spine forming and binding. The standard spine forming prevents
limits of performance, also for thicker products. The ProBind is available for the
production of spiral and plastic spiral binding or wire comb binding. Optionally
the machine equipment can be complemented by cover feeders and a spine
trimmer. A corner-rounding unit is available as well. The ProBind can be combined with the Kugler-Womako double wire forming machine HK 571 .
The first ProBind has already been sold to a stationery manufacturer in India.
Visitors to drupa 2008 will see how the ProBind works under actual production
conditions at the Körber PaperLink stand (Hall 11, Stand B62/C62) during the
entire duration of the fair.
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Kugler-Womako GmbH
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
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Wire stitchers
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Three-knife trimmers
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Label manufacturing machines
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Slitting and cross cutting machines
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Hole punches
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Perforating machines
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Die-cutting machines
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Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
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Block-making machines
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Letter-file-making machines
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Cross cutters
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KURZ Stiftung & Co. KG, Leonhard
Product Details
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Address
Schwabacher Str. 482
90763 Fürth
Germany
Phone
+49-911-7141-0
Fax
+49-911-7141-357
Internet address
http://www.kurz.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Kugler-Womako GmbH
Stationery production machines
ProLoop
High-speed double wire forming machine with optimized handling processes and extended production
possibilities. The double wire forming machine ProLoop produces double wire according to international
quality standards. By reducing size bound parts compared to the former model
HK 571, the size changes can be effected faster and more efficiently. The
non stop spool change also minimizes manual labour. The machine drive has
been redesigned completely. The patented solution enables faster production
speeds. With pitch 3:1 and diameters up to 5/8’’ the machine can now achieve
3250 loops per minute. Due to a new C-forming technology, it is now possible
to form loops up to a diameter of 1 ½ “. The wire forming machine can be connected directly to other binding machines produced by Kugler-Womako or other
manufacturers.
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KURZ Stiftung & Co. KG, Leonhard
A specialist for fine details
Fuerth, Germany, May 29, 2008: Producing fine details takes time. Until recently this applied to hot stamping, as well.
High edge definition stamping of fine details at high speeds used to very difficult
to achieve. Foils suitable for high edge definition stamping were not suitable for
high-speed applications and high-speed foils were not conducive to stamping
very fine lines.
The Luxor/Alufin RHS hot stamping foil from Kurz provides the solution. This
foil stamps fine details cleanly while allowing very high stamping speeds. Using
Luxor/Alufin RHS, high-performance vertical stamping machines, customers can
stamp up to 7,000 sheets per hour, and sheet-fed rotary machines can process
up to 11,000 sheets.
This foil also allows relief stamping under high-speed conditions. Luxor/Alufin
RHS is specifically tailored to the requirements of the packaging industry. It is
particularly suitable for stamping cigarette packaging, cosmetic, confectionery
and liquor packaging, as well as sheet and self-adhesive labels. According to
Kurz, Luxor/Alufin RHS adheres very well to a wide variety of substrates such
as printed and lacquered paper, cardboard and self-adhesive materials. The foil
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also has a high degree of resistance against abrasion, scratches and temperature effects.
The foil is available from stock in silver and various gold tones and no minimum
order quantities apply. Experience high-speed applications using Kurz stamping
foils live at Drupa 2008, booth C46, hall 3.
of overprintability.
At Drupa 2008, booth C46 in hall 3, Kurz will exhibit numerous overprinted cold
foil applications and will demonstrate the capabilities and full potential of this
finishing technology.
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Kurz expands its environmental protection
New foil for rotary cold foil transfer
The foil manufacturer Kurz optimizes overprintability with UV-curing inks
Fuerth, Germany, May 29, 2008: With its Luxor/Alufin KPW-OP product line,
Kurz is delivering to the market a cold foil for web printing, considerably improving the ability to overprint stampings with UV-cured inks.
Producing optimal adhesion between foil and ink for UVcured systems is significantly more difficult than for oxidatively drying inks and lacquers. Kurz continuously develops its foils for UV printing to achieve the best possible adhesion of
the inks.
”Our customers achieve very good results when overprinting on Luxor/Alufin
KPW-OP”, reports Product Manager Wolfgang Burkard. ”Cold foil transfer is a
very complex process in which all components must be precisely tailored to one
another. That is why Kurz is working closely with machine, paper, adhesive, ink
and lacquer manufacturers as there is still potential for further development.”
Luxor/Alufin KPW-OP is part of the Kurz range of monochrome, metallized cold
foils; there is also a corresponding new foil for the holographic designs product
range called ”Light Line.” This foil named Light Line KPO is equally suited for
both overprinting and lacquering with UV-curing systems.
Demand is rising in the web printing sector
Cold foil applications in rotary printing and finishing are steadily growing and web
printing is being used more and more often in the labels sector. The smooth, nonabsorbent materials used for rotary-produced self-adhesive labels are,in most
cases, very well suited for cold foil technology.
Fuerth, Germany, May 29, 2008: The stamping foil manufacturer Kurz is
strengthening its commitment to ecofriendly manufacturing and processing of
stamping foils. During recent years, Kurz installed ultra-modern production facilities in the manufacturing plants in Sulzbach-Rosenberg (Bavaria) and Malaysia
thereby enabling the energy usage per finished square meter of foil to be reduced by 23 percent.
Kurz is also standardizing and streamlining its product range to increase the
company’s production efficiency, while at the same time enabling its customers
to use the products more efficiently.
For example, a versatile hot stamping foil called Luxor/Alufin LX was developed
to be easy to process and very low in waste. The new Luxor/Alufin RHS hot
stamping foil, which is also especially economical and energy-efficient to use,
allows both high processing speeds and high edge definition stamping to be
achieved with the same foil.
Global utilization of waste-air cleaning systems
Kurz regards its waste-air cleaning systems - which are the best technology
available - as making a particularly significant contribution to environmental protection.
The system works by cleaning the pollutant-containing waste air from the production process, and recovering and returning in full to the production process
the released energy. This can cover a substantial proportion of the energy requirements of production and significantly reduce the quantities of CO2 produced.
The trend towards ”shrink sleeves” also leads to the increased use of cold foils.
Cold foil transfer works well in this case because the foil is transferred to these
temperature-sensitive materials without the application of heat.
Kurz employs these waste-air cleaning systems not only in Germany but also
in its international manufacturing plants. This has enabled the foil manufacturer
to remain substantially below the legally permissible emission levels at all locations.
Another reason for the increasing popularity of this finishing technology is the
large design scope it affords. This includes, in particular, the effects achieved
by overprinting. Kurz is placing great emphasis on ensuring the formulation of
the cold foil is perfectly tailored to the particular ink system used. The new foils
Luxor/Alufin KPW-OP and Light Line KPO give due recognition to the importance
At the Hefei plant in China, the company has achieved emission levels 20 times
lower than the statutory prescribed limits. Kurz has an enormous investment
in the installation of waste-air cleaning systems - in the case of China, entirely
voluntarily; no other manufacturer in the industry possesses such facilities.
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New allrounder hot stamping foils
variety of surfaces, in particular to many acqueous lacquer systems.
Fuerth, Germany, May 29, 2008: According to the stamping foil manufacturer
Kurz, processors of hot stamping foils have a new favorite: Luxor/Alufin LX, an
especially versatile hot stamping foil developed in late 2007. The new product
is described as the ”all around winner of stamping foils” and is suitable for a
diverse range of surfaces in the graphics industry and all machine systems.
Luxor/Alufin MP stamping foil can be processed at high speeds and is ideally
suited for large-area designs and embossed stampings. Additionally, it is easy
to process regardless of which stamping machine system is used. The foil is
extremely versatile while still offering an uncompromisingly high level of stamping quality. It delivers very good gloss, is temperature resistant and provides
flawless coverage even on rough surfaces.
”The foil is characterized by its broad application scope, and has also proven to
be a problem solver for particularly difficult cases,” explained Wolfgang Burkard,
Director of Product Management for the Graphics Industry. Burkard continued,
”Our customers have had very good experience with this product. Some of them
are using the foil for particularly difficult to stamp rough surfaces, UVcuring lacquers or aqueous dispersion lacquers, and some appreciate its exceptionally
good adhesion to substrates that have been laminated with oriented polypropylene (OPP). Others report that they especially like using Luxor/Alufin LX to stamp
large-area designs because this easy-to-process product reduces setup and finishing times.”
Luxor/Alufin MP fulfills many a processor’s dreams. The easy-to-process foil
saves setup times, simplifies storage requirements and shortens delivery times.
Processors who use stamping foils in small quantities, or accept orders with a
diverse range of requirements, will profit a great deal from this versatility.
Another advantage for print finishers is that this foil can be used for a wide variety
of jobs, simplifying order processing and saving on delivery times and costs.
Burkard assures print finishers that this versatility in no way comes at the
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expense of visual appearance. On the contrary, the new foil offers an even
higher gloss level than its predecessor. The new foil supercedes the previous
Luxor/Alufin LK grade which has been removed from the product range. The
LX foils are available from stock in silver and three gold tones and no minimum
order quantities apply. Additional colors are available on request.
To find out more, visit www.kurz.de or the Kurz booth C46 in hall 3 at Drupa
2008.
06/12/2008
06/12/2008
RFID antennas go into production
RFID - Radio Frequency Identification - is the name of a method by which data is
transferred using radio waves without the need for contact or line of sight. This
process uses a transponder, comprising a microchip and an antenna, that acts
as a data medium and data transmitter. It also requires a reader/writer and an IT
system to process the received data. As soon as the reader comes within range
of the transponder it can activate the data communication, retrieve the data from
the chip and, in the case of rewriteable transponders, even transmit new data.
There are active transponders that have their own energy source, and passive
transponders that are supplied with energy via the electromagnetic field of the
reader.
Kurz antennas in the RFID system
Hot stamping has never been easier
Fuerth, Germany, May 29, 2008: Luxor/Alufin MP is Kurz’s newest hot stamping foil. It is described as a universal troubleshooter, ushering in a new era in
hot stamping.
Generally, it has been necessary to ensure the stamping foil being used is precisely tailored to the substrate, ink and lacquer system, stamped motif, stamping
die and stamping machine - until now.
With Luxor/Alufin MP, the processor has a great deal more flexibility. Luxor/Alufin
MP is suitable for virtually all surfaces in the graphics industry, even very difficult
to stamp surfaces such as UV lacquers. The foil adheres very well to a wide
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There are several government defined radio frequency ranges for radio transmission of RFID signals. Kurz antennas transmit in the high frequency range of
3.56 MHz which offers a higher data transfer rate than low-frequency systems.
The antennas are a component of passive transponders and can be activated
within a distance of about a half a meter from the reader. A higher range of up
to one meter is technically possible but unnecessary for card applications. In
the event that several cards are within range of the reader at the same time, the
transponders are equipped with an anti-collision function. This enables several
so called tags to be read without interference and within a short period of time.
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Plastic cards that can be read via radio signals offer many advantages. The
cards are wear-free, insensitive to dirt and moisture and therefore less prone to
faults, user-friendly and convenient, and above all, they enable fast data transfer. These advantages can be employed in many applications. Whether it be
cards for access control, time recording or loan systems, bonus or rebate cards,
money cards, health insurance cards, membership or customer cards, or as paper tickets, RFID systems are conceivable, or already successfully deployed in
all these areas. For example, they are being used as single or multi-travel tickets
in the local public transport network of various large cities. The cards are read
while getting on or off a bus or train, and the amount payable is either invoiced
at the end of the month or deducted from a rechargeable money card. Contactfree cards can be particularly recommended for locations where queues can
form very quickly and speedy, problem-free transactions are required, like for
example subway entrances or admission gates at major entertainment events.
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Using stamping foils to appeal to the senses
Holographic design foils Light Line
Fuerth, Germany, May 29, 2008: At Drupa 2008, the stamping foil manufacturer Kurz will be presenting a new series of holographic design foils. These
stamping foils supplement the ”Light Line” product range which contains a multitude of continuous designs with diffractive structures. The new foils provide entirely new and novel designs reflecting current graphics and packaging trends.
One foil, for example, shows a simulation of a textile application. The pattern,
comprised of a network structure with a superimposed design, produces the
current, highly sought after mesh stocking appearance. A wide variety of ornamental shapes are also in the making. Vibrant floral designs and kaleidoscopic
structures, reminiscent of the psychedelic art of the sixties, are also part of this
trend.
While these designs exhibit soft, fluid light reflexions, other ornaments exhibit
highly distinguishable shapes and sharp contrasts. The wide spectrum of new
foil designs ranges from high-resolution images with clear, refractive structures
right through to holographic patterns with contour-free, blurred transitions and
fascinating depth effects. According to Kurz, visual stimuli, light plays and glitter effects are taking an ever greater role in packaging design. The Light Line
product range is Kurz’ answer to the increasing demand in this area.
Identifying design trends - stamping design trends
”Design is very important to us at Kurz, as our foils are fantastic design instruments,” explained Sabrina Durastante, Product Manager for the Light Line product range. She added, ”We are always at the cutting edge of design trends and
create products that complement these trends perfectly. We want to provide
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designers with the tools to implement their creative ideas.”
”Using Kurz foils, graphic artists and designers can achieve packaging that reflects current trends and fit into real-world situations. Furthermore, the wide
variety of designs and colors provide a real fountain of inspiration for designers
and graphic artists,” concluded Durastante.
You can see the new stamping foils at the Kurz booth C46 in hall 3. Find out
about current trends from the employees of Kurz’ in-house design department
and gather more ideas for your upcoming design projects.
05/30/2008
Staying even further ahead of the counterfeiters
Kurz adds brand-new security element to OVDs Fuerth, Germany, May 29,
2008: Leonhard Kurz Stiftung & Co. KG, a leading international supplier of security elements for banknotes, identity documents and branded merchandise,
has further developed its Trustseal optical authentication device, making it substantially more difficult to counterfeit.
”Anyone who rests on their laurels for too long allows counterfeiters time to imitate security features,” explains Juergen Metzger, Global Sales Manager for the
Product Protection division at Kurz. ”That’s why we are continuously developing
our brand protection solutions. This enables us to stay at least one step ahead
of the counterfeiters.”
Trustseal is the flagship of Kurz’s brand protection product range. This feature
is created using diffractive optical structures generated by means of a proprietary, computer-based method available only from Kurz. This allows Kurz to
offer an especially high level of protection against counterfeiting. A Trustseal
OVD (Optically Variable Device) displays a variety of clear and striking nakedeye optical change effects. The main characteristics have been complemented
with the addition of three new elements: Nanopic; Latent Contrust and Overlapping Dynakey.
The Nanopic feature consists of images with a resolution, in part, of over 50,000
dpi (dots per inch) that can be combined with existing Trustseal features, and
authenticated using a simple high-powered magnifier. Dynakey is a hidden element that becomes visible only when a special filter is placed over it. The
new Overlapping Dynakey feature is superimposed on the main Trustseal motif, without obscuring the main visual design, and shows a striking movement
effect when viewed through the filter. Latent Contrust is a further development
of the earlier Contrust Trustseal element, a naked-eye feature which exhibits a
positive-negative light-dark contrast inversion when rotated by 90 degrees. The
new Latent Contrust element is invisible when the OVD is viewed normally, and
takes up no space from the main naked-eye design. However the feature sud-
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denly appears when the OVD is tilted to an extremely low viewing angle. When
the design is turned by 90 degrees at this low angle, the contrast inversion is
seen as a secondary effect.
Product Overview
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Holographic systems
01.1360
Embossing formes and dies
01.1390
RFID systems
02.1075
Coatings
02.1080
Coating machines and devices
02.1200
Printing and embossing presses, combined
02.1425
Foil printing presses
In order to achieve good results during overprinting, the hot stamping process
must meet stringent requirements. The foil must adhere very well and uniformly
to the substrate so no foil particles are released during the printing operation.
Furthermore, the foil must produce a high edge definition stamping to ensure
there are no loose foil residues at the edges otherwise these particles adhere to
the printing blankets and negatively impact print quality. The requirements on
the foil are especially high when overprinting with UV-curing inks or lacquers.
One problem is that fast-drying ink does not absorb any release agent remaining on the foil. Also, rapid drying causes shrinkage of the color layer. Both of
these issues can lead to the ink not adequately adhering to the foil. Luxor/Alufin
GIO has been specifically tailored to these requirements. This foil provides reliable adhesion to a variety of both oxidatively drying and UV-curing ink and
lacquer systems, regardless of whether the transfer is performed using offset,
flexographic, gravure, book or silkscreen printing.
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Foil stamping machines
02.1630
Embossing and punching machinery
02.1635
Hot stamping machines
02.1640
Embossing machinery
02.1700
RFID systems
03.1120
Bookbinding accessories
At the Kurz booth C46 in hall 3 at Drupa 2008, you will find detailed information
about the properties of the Luxor/Alufin GIO hot stamping foil and expert advice
about your upcoming overprinting projects.
03.1125
Book embossing presses
03.1330
Foil stamping machines
03.1340
Gilt edge machines
To obtain detailed information on Kurz’s Trustseal technology and the new security elements, visit the Kurz booth - C46, hall 3 - at Drupa 2008.
For further information about the Kurz brand protection product range, please
visit www.kurz.de.
06/05/2008
Overprinting made easy
Fuerth, Germany, May 29, 2008: Overprinting and lacquering hot stamping
foils has always been a very demanding task, as all processors would agree.
According to foil manufacturer Kurz, much has changed in this regard since
the Luxor/Alufin GIO hot stamping foil entered the market. About a year after
the product launch the company reports a very positive result. The new foils
have proven themselves equally well on a diverse range of substrates, and in
conjunction with a wide variety of printing processes and color systems.
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Embossing machinery
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Foil stamping machines
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Embossing machinery
05.1035
Bookbinding accessories
05.1200
Foil & Film (material)
05.1260
Laminated foils
05.1315
Metal films
05.1370
Poster paper
05.1380
Hot-stamping foils
05.1385
Embossing plates
KÖRA-PACKMAT Maschinenbau GmbH
Köra-Packmat presents FlexiSeal, a flexible and
modular film wrapping machine
Köra-Packmat Maschinenbau GmbH, Villingendorf near Rottweil/Baden-Württemberg,
presents a recently developed film wrapping machine at drupa 2008, hall 12,
booth #A34. The wrapping line named FlexiSeal can handle almost all types of
products that are sold in display packs or hanger packs e.g. DIY and gardeningsupplies, toys, drugstore goods, household articles, electronic accessories, and
office supplies.
FlexiSeal’s most outstanding characteristic is its inline concept. There is a coherent process from flat film (BOPP/CPP, 35 up to 100 µm) to the final bags.
The result is an attractive display pack, with or without header and Euro hole.
The material cost reducing method is an efficient and economic alternative to
the traditional use and manual filling of pre-made bags. Due to the direct ondemand production there are additional logistical advantages. Many different
bag types and sizes can be produced using the same film material, in case clear
film is used.
The machine base consists of a film folding module, a header module and the
sealing unit. Bag sizes range from 75 x 105 mm up to 275 x 380 mm. The
bags can be filled manually, semi-automatically or completely automatically at a
machine speed of up to 80 cycles per minute (depending on application).
KÖRA-PACKMAT Maschinenbau GmbH
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Address
Gewerbestraße 4
78667 Villingendorf
Germany
The machine can handle flat and 3-dimensional products with a thickness of
up to 30 mm. Both clear and printed film can be used. Different pack styles
are possible, e.g. packs with easy open perforation, with re-sealable flap, with
different headers, or multi packs. Empty bags can be produced as well.
Phone
+49-7419283-0
Fax
+49-7419283-30
FlexiSeal can be extended by a range of modules such as different collating and
feeding systems – according to the products and volumes handled. Various filling devices – horizontal ones for piled products, vertical ones for 3-dimensional
products- are available as well as modules for semi automatic and manual bag
filling.
Internet address
http://www.koera-packmat.de
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Additional modules are carton header module, film punching unit, labeller,
printer, as well as adhesive tape applicator and flap closing module for the production of re-sealable bags.
Due to the FlexiSeal’s modular design it is possible to keep the initial investment
very low. Additional equipment can easily be added or exchanged according to
the customers’ various requirements.
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Körber PaperLink GmbH
Product Overview
Address
Nagelsweg 33-35
20097 Hamburg
Germany
Phone
+49-4021107-02
Fax
+49-4021107-12
Internet address
www.kpl.net
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 11, B62 (Page 958)
KÖRA-PACKMAT Maschinenbau GmbH
02.1125
Sheet feeders
03.1015
Packing machines
03.1060
Supplement inserting machines
03.1100
Sheet feeders
03.1325
Foil sealing machines
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
03.1715
Counting equipment
03.1725
Gathering and collating machines
04.1015
Packing machines
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1090
Bag and pouchmaking machines
04.1130
Envelope feeders
04.1275
Foil sealing machines
04.1510
Mail postcards/Bags and Accessories
04.1520
Embossing machinery
04.1795
Counting equipment
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03/13/2008
Körber PaperLink GmbH
Optimized Solutions for Stationery Production from
Kugler-Womako live at drupa 2008
The machine manufacturer Kugler-Womako from Nürtingen, a company of the
Körber PaperLink Group, presents its double wire forming machine ProLoop and
the punching machine ProPunch at drupa 2008. Both machines show optimized
handling processes and extended production possibilities.
The punching machine ProPunch can be used for different materials such as
paper, board or plastic. Products including register cards, calendar sheets or
loose leaf dividers can be punched quickly and efficiently. A new development
is the non-stop stacker: Until now two operators were necessary to remove completed packs manually. Now, these packs are collected automatically and sent
to a transport belt for further handling.
The double wire forming machine ProLoop produces double wire according to
international quality standards. By reducing size bound parts compared to the
former model HK 571, the size changes can be effected faster and more efficiently. The non stop spool change also minimizes manual labour. The machine
drive has been redesigned completely. The patented solution enables faster
production speeds. With pitch 3:1 and diameters up to 5/8’’ the machine can now
achieve 3250 loops per minute. Due to a new C-forming technology, it is now
possible to form loops up to a diameter of 1 ½ “. The wire forming machine can
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be connected directly to other binding machines produced by Kugler-Womako
or other manufacturers.
2008 and of the Open House events held during the drupa period at the companies’ facilities in Hamburg and Neuwied.
Visitors to drupa 2008 can see both machines work under actual production
conditions at the Körber PaperLink stand (Hall 11, Stand B62/C62) three times
a day.
Altogether, the four companies registered more than 1,600 leads during the
international trade show. This figure shows that the interest of customers in
their products clearly exceeded the drupa 2004 feedback. E.C.H. Will, KuglerWomako and Pemco had an increased demand for machines and services, especially from Indian and Asian customers. Winkler+Dünnebier registered significantly increased requests and orders from South America, mainly from Brazil.
Demand from Asia also grew.
04/15/2008
Kugler-Womako to showcase ProBind, a cost-effective
binding machine for start-ups, at drupa 2008
The German-based machinery manufacturer Kugler-Womako, a Körber PaperLink company, will present ProBind, a binding machine particularly developed
for cost-effective binding, at drupa 2008.
Kugler-Womako’s ProBind addresses the needs of bookbinderies, trade finishers and small stationery manufacturers who are looking for a binding machine
with manual feeding for small-to-medium-size production runs. In addition the
machine is especially useful as a supplement to more automated converting
lines to process smaller orders.
“The new ProBind achieves 30 binding cycles per minute and is therefore especially suited for manual feeding”, says Stephan Bühler, Product Manager,
Kugler-Womako. “Thus the efficient operation of the machine can be learned
in a short time, also by less experienced machine operators.”
The ProBind concentrates on the main production steps – separating, punching, collecting, spine forming and binding. The standard spine forming prevents
limits of performance, also for thicker products. The ProBind is available for the
production of spiral and plastic spiral binding or wire comb binding. Optionally
the machine equipment can be complemented by cover feeders and a spine
trimmer. A corner-rounding unit is available as well. The ProBind can be combined with the Kugler-Womako double wire forming machine HK 571.
The first ProBind has already been sold to a stationery manufacturer in India.
Visitors to drupa 2008 will see how the ProBind works under actual production
conditions at the Körber PaperLink stand (Hall 11, Stand B62/C62) during the
entire duration of the fair.
06/30/2008
Körber PaperLink companies draw positive conclusion
from drupa 2008 – Trade show results exceeded
expectations
The paper companies of Körber PaperLink, E.C.H.Will, Kugler-Womako, Pemco
and Winkler+Dünnebier are pleased with the results of their presence at drupa
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In expressing his satisfaction, Martin Weickenmeier, Chairman of the Körber
PaperLink GmbH Management Board said, “drupa 2008 has entirely fulfilled
our expectations, regarding both the number of visitors and the quality of the
leads. Our companies satisfied their customers’ wishes not only with regard
to machines, but also in terms of enhanced service offerings. The orders we
received exceed our expectations.”
Analysis of the business conducted at drupa is not yet finished, but Körber PaperLink expects direct drupa deals to total over EUR 20 million. Many requests
also concern next year’s business, indicating an even better outlook for fiscal
year 2009.
“We are especially pleased that many new customers have decided to build up
their own envelope production. This shows that despite the growth of electronic
media, the envelope has a future, and it will remain an important business activity
for Winkler+Dünnebier,” said Dietmar Kurz, Chairman of the Winkler+Dünnebier
AG Management Board.
Klaus Aarestrup, CEO of E.C.H. Will, added, “Once again we could see that
drupa lives up to our expectations regarding the internationality of customers
and exhibitors, and the earnestness of discussions.”
In addition to the convincing drupa presence in Düsseldorf, the Open House
events were a complete success. They were held simultaneously by E.C.H. Will
in Hamburg and Winkler+Dünnebier in Neuwied.
“We welcomed more than 500 customers at our headquarters in Neuwied,” Mr.
Kurz said. “Besides our envelope solutions, we were also able to successfully
present our banknote and tissue machines, which are also part of the W+D portfolio.”
Klaus Aarestrup, CEO of E.C.H. Will, was equally satisfied with the response to
the Open House invitation: “Our customers deliberately travelled from Düsseldorf to Hamburg and back to see our machines under actual production conditions. The visitors were fascinated by the reliability and quality of our machines
as well as our filled manufacturing floor.”
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The past weeks’ positive results indicate that the products and services of Körber
PaperLink companies meet their customers’ ever-evolving requirements.
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“The very good feedback to our drupa presence is a clear sign that we have taken
the right path, consisting of cost reductions, improved processes and development of new products, and that these measures help strengthen our productivity
in a sustainable way,” Mr. Weickenmeier concluded. “This is especially important for us when looking at global economic development, including the effects
of the exchange rates. We will therefore continue on this path.”
At drupa 2008, the most important and worldwide the largest fair for the printing and paper converting industries, Körber PaperLink (KPL) will be present on
1,200 sqm in Hall 11, Stand B62/C62.
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Flexible folio-size sheeter converts a wide range of
paper, board, and plastic materials
Pemco, the specialist for folio-size sheeting, and a member of the Körber PaperLink Group, will showcase an SHM 1450 DR (dual rotary) at drupa 2008 in
Hall 11 at stand B62/C62.
The specification of the SHM 1450 DR sheeter on display has proved to be
particularly popular with printers for “In-house” sheeting of their paper and carton
board requirements and to service their printing presses “on demand” in keeping
with JIT production philosophy.
The SHM range of high precision sheeters from Pemco provides great flexibility.
“In addition to traditional paper and board products, the SHM 1450 DR can sheet
a broad spectrum of other materials produced in roll form”, says John Finlayson,
European Sales Manager, Pemco International. “That is why converters who
plan to run specialty products do not need to invest in multiple machines, thus
reducing costs without sacrificing quality.”
The SHM 1450 range of sheeters is available in both single and dual rotary
‘’synchro‘’ versions. It addresses the needs of paper merchants and suppliers
entering the converting market for the first time. In addition, it is perfectly suited
for established converters seeking enhanced market profile through state of the
art sheeting facilities, accuracy and performance.
The SHM 1450 DR has a “synchro” cross cut knife block from E.C.H. Will and
can attain a maximum speed of 335 meters per minute. Size or format changes
need less than 10 minutes including loading a new roll. Optionally, non-stop
operation and automatic pallet change or extended sheet lengths of up to 2.8
meters are available. These options reflect the ever larger format sizes being
offered by today’s modern printing presses.
The Pemco SHM 1450 DR sheeter will be demonstrated throughout the exhibition with simulated l production runs at the Körber PaperLink stand.
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For the first time all paper companies of the group, including E.C.H. Will,
Pemco (with the brands SHM and Wrapmatic), Kugler-Womako and Winkler+Dünnebier, will be assembled together under the same roof. They will share
a stand with common corporate design to demonstrate the integration of Winkler+Dünnebier within the Körber PaperLink Group.
For 14 days Körber PaperLink will showcase its unique system solutions for paper sheeting, converting and packaging. Overall eight different systems will be
presented at the fair. The range of products varies from Pemco folio-size sheeting solutions to Kugler-Womako solutions for the stationery and book binding
industries. Winkler+Dünnebier will display a wide range of envelope and pocket
machines. As a highlight Winkler+Dünnebier will present a new cutting solution
for the production of folded boxes at drupa. In addition, Customer Service will
have a special focus. Three times a day machine demonstrations will show how
the systems work in actual production use.
The exhibition space will be separated into different areas according to different
ranges of paper converting. In addition to the fair stand at Düsseldorf E.C.H. Will
and Winkler+Dünnebier are inviting their customers to Open Houses in Hamburg
and Neuwied.
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The New Customer Service Program ExpertServe
Offers Potential Savings in Paper Converting
With the innovative partner program ExpertServe E.C.H. Will, Pemco and
Kugler-Womako, companies of the Körber PaperLink Group, will showcase a
new customer service program at drupa 2008. It is designed to help current
and future clients who are operating paper converting machines to benefit from
under-utilized potential savings.
Uncoordinated service activities, maintenance without using original service
parts and inferior operator know-how can all cause avoidable downtime and
produce higher costs than necessary. Experience shows that by means of an
intelligent and customized combination of service products these problems can
be easily avoided .
This is the focus of the new customer service partner program ExpertServe.
Similar concepts have been successfully used in the aircraft and automotive
industries and already have proven to work just as well with paper machines.
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However, they are not as yet well established in the paper converting business.
”Preventive maintenance as part of our partner program ExpertServe is a potential savings which is so far used too rarely in paper converting”, says Kristian
Sumfleth, Head of Customer Service & Assembling, E.C.H. Will.
ExpertServe covers a bundle of measures serving as a whole to optimize
customer-relevant factors such as costs, quality and machine availability. Dedicated maintenance plans can help in minimizing service costs. Line efficiency
can be improved by implementing a Consulting Workshop, in which the customer’s production processes are analyzed and improvements are suggested.
These suggestions can include measures such as the use of recommended
professional rebuild assemblies during maintenance which can improve performance and shorten downtimes.
”With ExpertServe we offer our customers, based on data provided by them, a
new way of coordinating different kinds of maintenance and service solutions,
so that necessary expenditures are optimized”, adds Kristian Sumfleth.
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Guillotines and guillotine systems
Product Details
LAEM SYSTEM srl
Address
Via G. Brodolini 42-44
15033 Casale Monferrato
Italy
Phone
+39-0142455719
Fax
+39-0142782872
Internet address
http://www.laemsystem.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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LAEM SYSTEM srl
Laem System’s goals
Körber PaperLink GmbH
Laem System is manufacturing slitting and rewinding machines and converting
machines since 1972. Thanks to the new management of 2001 the company
now grants an experience in the field combined with new approach to the market,
new design and high tech performances.
We offer solutions from the reel to the finished pallet that satisfy your requirements for cut-size converting. Are you looking for a flexible machine? Or are
you looking for a turn-key solution? E.C.H. Will and Pemco have been working
closely together for decades to meet your specific requirements.
Laem System offers to the market tailor made machines as well as standard
ones, and the policy of supplying integrated systems has brought the company
to build strong partnerships with other Italian constructors (in particular extruders and metallizers) in order to answer the market with compete packages of
machines and devices.
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Cut-size system solutions – unlimited possibilities
On this page you can see an example of a complete production line. Please
move the mouse over the individual areas and click on areas that are of interest
to you.
Whatever system solution you might decide on – our Customer Service is there
for you 24/7, answering all your enquiries regarding training, service parts, remote diagnosis and many more.
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The Italian company, focused on the customer satisfaction, improves its technology thanks to the cooperation with the customers, listening to the needs and
requests of higher technology, quality and production performances.
During the Drupa exhibition, Laem System will show it’s doctor/inspection machine with AVT Apollo system integrated, to strengthen one of the alliances that
the company is bringing on for a complete service to its customers
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Lamina System AB
LAEM SYSTEM srl
04.1330
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Reel slitting and rewinding machines
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Slitting and cross cutting machines
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Slitting and cross cutting machines
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Embossing machinery
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Reel slitting and rewinding machines
Laminating machines
Lamina 1111-1620 BASIC
The Lamina semi automatic Basic is a sheet to sheet laminating/mounting machine. It is an entry level machine, that can expand your finishing business for
a low investment.
A wide range of ancillary equipment is avaliable to optimise the efficiency of
your machine including automatic feeders, stackers, pressure belt, pre-loading
station etc.
Lasermax Roll Systems AB
Lamina System AB
Address
Vevgatan 21
504 94 Boras
Sweden
Phone
+46-332334-00
Fax
+46-332334-10
Internet address
http://www.laminasystem.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, C25 (Page 962)
Address
Långgatan 21
341 32 Ljungby
Sweden
Phone
+46 372 25600
Fax
+46 372 82837
Internet address
http://www.lasermaxroll.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 06, B61 (Page 938)
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Product Overview
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Lamina System AB
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Laminating machines
Lasermax Roll Systems Announces New High-Speed
Stack System at Drupa 2008
Ljungby, Sweden (April 29, 2008) – Lasermax Roll Systems will be demonstrating the first modules of its new LX700 product line for roll-fed digital printers
at Drupa 2008. This demonstration will be in their stand B61 in Hall 6 and will
showcase significant advances in technology for cutting and stacking forms in-
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line with the fastest continuous feed digital printers.
“The LX700 product line is being developed to support the increasing requirements of new digital printers and the anticipation of even greater speed increases in the years ahead,” says Bill Carroll, President and CEO for Lasermax
Roll Systems. “The system that will be shown in our stand at Drupa also includes
several new capabilities for handling lightweight paper in response to increasing
needs by our customers.”
The LX700 is being designed and built around the highly successful LX500 platform. Since 2001, the LX500 products have provided unprecedented reliability
to digital print operations. Today, the LX500 products have the largest market
share worldwide (for digital pre and post-processing) and demand for the products continues to increase. “The ultimate introduction of the LX700 products to
the market will expand on the proven technology of the LX500 products providing additional capabilities as well as ensuring speed compatibility with new
digital printers in the years to come,” states Carroll.
Lasermax Roll Systems is currently developing two versions of cutting and stacking solutions for its new LX700 product line. The first is targeted at the commercial print market and has many special features designed to reliably cut and stack
lightweight paper at very high speeds. This is the version that will be demonstrated in their stand at Drupa 2008. The second version is targeted at both
the commercial print and transactional markets to run applications in standard
paperweights at high speeds or with frequent stack deliveries.
These LX700 stacking solutions will be capable of operating in-line with the highest speed roll-fed digital printers to produce 1-up, 2-up, 3-up or 2-up merged
stacks from a wide range of media including lightweight paper with or without
tractor feed holes. Both solutions use a new stack alignment section to guide
sheets and separate 2-up or 3-up stacks. Jobs or book blocks can be automatically offset within the stacks for easy operator handling. New stacking technology also includes an internal accumulation during delivery cycles, which drastically reduces or eliminates the need for a large web-buffering device after the
printer.
Operating at significantly higher speeds, the LX700 solutions will initially support
printer speeds up to 600 feet per minute using improved rotary cutting technology
for maximum reliability and accuracy. The cutter design includes a reject gate
to divert “waste sheets” created during load routines, incomplete jobs, and with
many of the current color digital printer models.
Many other productivity enhancements have been incorporated into the LX700
products with an overall design focus on maintaining maximum control of the
paper through the entire web path both within product modules and the paper
loops between modules.
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The LX700 line will be capable of an in-line connection to third party finishing
equipment to produce signatures, saddle-stitched booklets, perfect bound books
or newspapers in-line with the printer. This is especially important to the commercial print market and to service bureaus to provide a complete end-to-end
document solution.
As with the LX500 products, the LX700 line will continue to include user-friendly,
touch-screen control panels, ergonomic designs with easy-to-reach operator adjustments, a guided support system, on-board diagnostics, and a UP3i compliant
interface.
Lasermax Roll Systems is the worldwide leader in automated paper handling,
processing, and vision-based quality control systems for digital print production.
Its products are manufactured in Sweden and the USA, and are installed in more
than 50 countries worldwide.
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For additional information contact: Cheryl Chan Director of Corporate Marketing Lasermax Roll Systems Tel. +1 847 553 1455 Fax. +1 847 854 3839
[email protected] www.lasermaxroll.com
05/22/2008
Lasermax Roll Systems on Newest Digital Color
Printers at Drupa 2008!
Ljungby, Sweden (May 19, 2008) – Lasermax Roll Systems has announced
that it will be partnering with many of the industry’s leading digital print vendors
to support their latest color engines at Drupa 2008. Lasermax Roll Systems
will provide solutions for automated feeding, finishing, converting, and quality
monitoring for these high-speed, roll-fed digital color printers.
“We have worked very closely with our printer partners to ensure our products
continue to support their latest offerings for color,” says Bill Carroll, President
and CEO for Lasermax Roll Systems. “At Drupa we will have various solutions together with five of our valued partners to support applications including
TransPromo statements, Print On Demand books, and newspapers.
“These print lines will demonstrate output for fanfolding, cut to stack, roll to roll,
in-line perfect binding, in-line converting, and dynamic ‘coupon’ perforating.”
Lasermax Roll Systems is teaming up with InfoPrint Solutions Company, Kodak, Océ, Screen, and Xerox to show the following color solutions at Drupa: •
In the InfoPrint stand (Hall 9 / B44), the fully automated RS Fanfold HS solution
will work in-line with the newest InfoPrint 5000 digital color printer to produce
fanfolded stacks. Additionally, Lasermax Roll Systems’ new Processor 320 will
convert the web, adding tractor holes and fanfold perforations, while a Proces-
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sor 330 will create dynamic coupon perforations in the TransPromo telephone bill
application. • In the Kodak stand (Hall 5 / D01), the LX Roll to Roll system will be
running with Kodak’s recently announced Versamark VL2000 digital color printer
to produce a TransPromo application. This line also demonstrates the flexibility
of Lasermax Roll Systems’ products as they will operate in the opposite web
direction (left to right) to match the Versamark printer. • In the Océ stand (Hall 6
/ A44), Lasermax Roll Systems will have two lines. The first includes an LX Roll
to Roll rewinding paper in-line with the new Océ ColorStream 10000 digital color
printer. The second line is an LX Perfect Bind solution working with the newest
VarioStream 9720 digital printer and a Muller Martini Sigma Binder to create inline perfect bound books. • In the Screen stand (Hall 8b / A61), the LX Stack
solution will support the TruePress Jet520 color printer to create a TransPromo
application. • In the Xerox stand (Hall 8b / A78), the recently announced Xerox
490/980 Color Continuous Feed Printer will be running with a dual finishing solution – both the LX Stack for inline cutting and stacking capabilities along with
an LX Roll to Roll for rewinding.
Lasermax Roll Systems products have been “color-ready” and installed on digital color print engines since they first became available more than 10 years
ago. These products are a part of the wide variety of paper handling solutions
that have been precisely engineered to reliably control a broad range of media
including labels and coated stocks.
“Preserving the quality of the print and the paper it’s printed on remains a focus
with all our current and future product designs,” explains Hans Eliasson, Vice
President of Engineering for Lasermax Roll Systems. “Our solutions can consistently handle printed output from all of the newest roll-fed digital printers –
whether monochrome, highlight, full color, ink-jet or toner – and we have installations on all of these at Drupa.”
Lasermax Roll Systems is the worldwide leader in automated paper handling,
processing, and vision-based quality control systems for digital print production.
Its products are manufactured in Sweden and the USA, and are installed in more
than 50 countries worldwide.
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For additional information contact: Cheryl Chan Director of Corporate Marketing Lasermax Roll Systems Tel. +1 847 553 1455 Fax. +1 847 854 3839
[email protected] www.lasermaxroll.com
05/05/2008
Lasermax Roll Systems Will Show Quality Assurance
System at Drupa 2008
Ljungby, Sweden (April 29, 2008) – Lasermax Roll Systems will demonstrate
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Web Vision™, a digital print quality assurance system at Drupa 2008 in Hall 6
stand B61. Building upon multiple successful installations in the United States at
major insurance and financial institutions, Web Vision will now become available
to the European market.
Web Vision is an Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) system that operates inline with roll-fed digital printers. Using high-resolution cameras to scan both
sides of the web, Web Vision captures and examines very large, high quality
images of digitally printed bills, statements and documents, to enable automated
analysis of data integrity, image quality, and workflow processes:
Data integrity: With the use of Optical Character Recognition (OCR), customer
statement account identifiers and sequence numbers can be checked for logical
content. Data in separate fields can be checked for self-consistency including
front-to-back of form validation.
Image quality: Based on appropriate test images, Web Vision analyzes the print
uniformity at any point across the web. It also checks for smears, streaks, and
localized artifacts such as specks or scratches in the image.
Workflow processes: Web Vision can monitor the alignment of print relative to
pre-print, and confirm that the correct paper roll is loaded. The system also can
check 1D and 2D barcodes for quality, readability, and placement accuracy to
ensure smooth down-stream processing.
The Web Vision system provides automated analysis immediately after printing,
identifying problems as soon as possible for substantially improved efficiency.
“With increasing printer speeds, and the common use of barcodes, it is nearly
impossible for operators to perform manual inspections of print quality,” says
John Fiske, Director of Product Management for Web Vision. “This automated,
real-time feedback practically eliminates reprint costs, which saves on labor,
paper, toner, and print maintenance.”
A powerful feature of the system is its ability to take predetermined actions that
are defined by the user. Web Vision can inspect every page printed and depending on the error detected, automatically shut down the print line, activate
an alert light or buzzer, or simply log the error to a report. Comprehensive reporting capabilities include: daily and monthly summaries, printer run time, amount
of paper, number of stops, stops performed by the Web Vision, and specific data
on any quality errors.
A Central Monitor is available for multiple line installations to monitor the status
and collect data from all the lines. It can detect duplicate printing across lines
and can be connected to an Automated Document Factory (ADF) system.
Collectively these tools dramatically increase overall productivity and efficiency
of the print line. The time savings realized by virtually eliminating reprints allows
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companies to produce more output without increasing their labor or material
costs. Web Vision also ensures a better quality product and prevents mistakes
from entering the mailroom.
Lasermax Roll Systems is the worldwide leader in automated paper handling,
processing, and vision-based quality control systems for digital print production.
Its products are manufactured in Sweden and the USA, and are installed in more
than 50 countries worldwide.
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For additional information contact: Cheryl Chan Director of Corporate Marketing Lasermax Roll Systems Tel. +1 847 553 1455 Fax. +1 847 854 3839
[email protected] www.lasermaxroll.com
05/05/2008
Lasermax Roll Systems Announces In-Line Punching /
Perforating System
Ljungby, Sweden (April 29, 2008) – The Lasermax Roll Systems 300 Processor
series in-line punching and perforating system for high-speed digital printers will
be unveiled at Drupa 2008. The 300 Processor series includes models that
operate before or after the printer to punch tractor holes, cross perforations,
vertical perforations, or even custom punching patterns.
“At Drupa 2008, we expect continued momentum for roll-fed digital color printing
technology,” says Hans Eliasson, Vice President of Engineering for Lasermax
Roll Systems. “As these printers improve and become more accepted, we expect an increased demand in the market for in-line paper processing solutions.
This will be driven by an expectation from our customers to eliminate their use
of offset printed and processed forms.”
With digital color printing, customers will be able to purchase plain paper stock
for all their jobs and can perform any required punching or perforating at the time
of printing. Purchasing unconverted paper and processing in-line can result in
significant paper savings. This will be especially important for Service Bureaus
who stock pre-printed rolls for many different customers.
The availability of digital color printing will also accelerate the migration of standard statements into TransPromo applications, which can include personalized
marketing offers, reply forms and coupons. The 300 Processor’s dynamic perforating capability will play an important role in maintaining the best possible
appearance of the final TransPromo statement. Perforations are created only
where needed and additional pages in the statement will not have excessive
perforations.
ties including tractor hole punching, file hole punching, fanfold cross perforating,
and dynamic cross and vertical perforating. Tractor holes or perforations in fixed
intervals are created before the printer. Dynamic perforating for payment slips
and coupons is performed after the printer. All models utilize a controlled paper
infeed and outfeed section to maintain precise registration of the web.
Lasermax Roll Systems is the worldwide leader in automated paper handling,
processing, and vision-based quality control systems for digital print production.
Its products are manufactured in Sweden and the USA, and are installed in more
than 50 countries worldwide.
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For additional information contact: Cheryl Chan Director of Corporate Marketing Lasermax Roll Systems Tel. +1 847 553 1455 Fax. +1 847 854 3839
[email protected] www.lasermaxroll.com
Product Overview
Lasermax Roll Systems AB
02.1055
Web inspection systems
02.1270
Continuous stationery converting machines
02.1315
Folders for web-fed presses
02.1625
Perforating machines
02.1735
Rotary cutters
02.1830
Stacking and piling equipment
03.1105
Sheet delivery units
03.1255
Continuous stationery converting machines
03.1305
Folding machines, floor models
03.1440
Hole punches
The 300 Processor series currently includes four standard models, with capabili-
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Perforating machines
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
03.1685
Mailroom equipment for printed products
03.1720
Zigzag folders
04.1505
Perforating machines
04.1530
Cross cutters
LX Stack with Slit Merge
RS Stack
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
LX Roll to Roll
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
04.1585
Rotary cutters
04.1685
Stacking and piling equipment
RS Roll to Roll CS
Product Details
04.1505
Lasermax Roll Systems AB
04.1585
Perforating machines
Rotary cutters
LX561 Cutter
300 Processor
04.1685
Stacking and piling equipment
LX Stack
04.1530
Cross cutters
LX Stack
LX Stack with Slit Merge
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RS Stack CS
1980’s and with the purchase of the UK based Glue Application systems company Pafra in 2000, W.H.Leary Co. has an established professional background
in design, engineering and production. Knowing and listening to the needs of
their customers has become one of the most important attributes of the company.
04/22/2008
Leary Ltd., W. H.
Address
2 Seax Way
Basildon, Essex SS15 6SW
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-12684900-35
Fax
+44-12684943-23
Internet address
http://www.whleary.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Company News
04/22/2008
New Glue Application controller
Drupa 2008 sees the launch of a new fully featured glue application controller,
which is designed to bring W.H.Leary’s renowned glue application performance
to a new range of customers who would not previously have been able to benefit from W.H.Leary’s technology because they don’t yet have the requirement
for all of the extended capabilities included in one of W.H.Leary’s LS series of
controllers.
04/22/2008
Leary Ltd., W. H.
New system for Liquid Fill packaging market
Among the products being displayed for the first time at Drupa 2008 is a revolutionary system engineered specifically for the liquid-fill carton market, designed
in partnership with the leading OEM in that sector, International Paper Box Machine Company Geneva. This innovative system builds upon W.H.Leary’s high
speed, high accuracy approach to inline Quality Assurance and, as standard,
checks for the 7 most common defects experienced by liquid-fill carton manufacturers with options to expand for other monitoring tasks in the future. The
system is available to retro-fit to existing flame sealers and is fitted as standard
to all new IPBM machines, which run at speeds of up to 1,000m/min.
Lifting the curtain for the new German office!
Product Overview
This 2008 Drupa in Dusseldorf represents a Milestone in History for W.H.Leary
Co.Inc from Chicago, IL. USA. The manufacturer of Glue Application, Quality
Assurance and Data Collection systems for the packaging industry is proud to
celebrate the official opening of its new German office during the biggest exhibition for print and packaging products.
With the opening of this office near Dusseldorf W.H.Leary takes a big step forward in offering a better, direct service to the European markets and their OEM’s.
Since Germany is a key market for Leary’s products Drupa is the ideal time to
introduce the companies’ services and products to the national customers.
Being in the market of manufacturing Quality Assurance systems since the early
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Leary Ltd., W. H.
03.1095
Sheet gluing machines
03.1385
Glueing machines
03.1390
Glue feeding systems
04.1345
Glueing machines
04.1350
Glue feeding systems
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Mackenzie GmbH
Address
Product Details
Am Latumer See 49
40668 Meerbusch
Germany
04.1560
Mackenzie GmbH
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
Goebel Rapid D
Hersteller: Goebel (Ref.:1732)
Phone
+49-21502044
Fax
+49-21503242
Typ: Rapid D
Bj: 1981
Internet address
http://www.mackenzie-gmbh.com
Druckzahl
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 12, D05 (Page 962)
Product Overview
Gruppe: Rollenschneider
Format: 1000mm
Mackenzie GmbH
Lieferbar: sofort
04.1090
Bag and pouchmaking machines
Preis/€: auf Anfrage
04.1220
Folding box making machines
Ausstattung:
Goebel Rapid D Rollenschneider
04.1530
Cross cutters
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
04.1770
Corrugated board converting machines
06.1060
Used machinery dealers
Arbeitsbreite: 1000mm
Abwicklungsdurchmesser: 1000mm
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K.Joshi & Co has been using Macro Bond Thermal Laminator for the past two
years. Joshi & Co is an established printer in Pune. It is a proven fact that ‘Macro
Bond’ Thermal Laminator is preferred by the commercial printers who pay more
attention towards quality and perfection.
Macro Print Engineers India Pvt Ltd., M/S
Address
S.F. No. 169, Macro Nagar
641035 coimbatore
India
Phone
+91-4222665-476
Fax
+91-4222669-046
Internet address
http://www.macroprintindia.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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04/22/2008
THERMAL LAMINATING MACHINE
”Macro Bond” fully Automatic Thermal Laminating Machine with hot water circulating heat technology.
Macro Print Engineers India (P) Ltd., proudly launches their fully Automatic Thermal Laminating Machines. Sheet Master 1020 (30” X 40”) (TL/AF/AC/HWC). All
important components and accessories are CE certified. The followings are the
samples of technical features.
* Vacuum table conveyor for very accurate feeding. UK made speed variable
drive. * Hot water circulating system - Tool Temp Switzerland. * German made
P & F Sensor. * Siemens Electronics. * Adjustable de-curl bar for different
thickness of paper inside the machine. * Inline sheet separator.
Macro Print Engineers India Pvt Ltd., M/S
Delighted Customers of Macro Print
Of course, the price is quite affordable. Witness our live demo between May 29
and June 14 at Düsseldorf, our stall no.: 3B72 - 3.
Dealers enquiries are solicited - [email protected]
Macro Print Engineers India Private Limited laminates their fully automatic
Thermal Laminating Machine in the ‘Drupa’ exhibition.
Samples of few customers in Delhi and Mumbai who are using their prior version
of Macro Bond Thermal Laminators are
M/s.Joshi & Co – Pune M/s.Laxmi Offset Press, Parparganj, New Delhi. M/s.Azure
Print Services, Naraina Industrial Area, New Delhi. M/s.Sterling Publishers (P)
Ltd.,Delhi. Etc.,
Laxmi Offset Press- Mr.Nagpal is one of the renowned commercial printers in
Delhi. Mr.Nagpal is known for his conscious on quality in all his endeavors.
Azure Print Services – Mr.Sanjay is a well known machinery dealer in the arena
of printing and publishing. He has more than 2 decades of experience in this
field. He has purchased Macro Bond 30” Thermal Laminator from Macro Print.
It is not surprising when he recommended Macro Bond Thermal Laminators to
all his customers.
03/03/2008
MACRO LAUNCHING FULLY AUTOMATIC MACHINE.
Macro Print Engineers India (P) Ltd., lanuches its fully automatic 30” MACRO
BOND THERMAL LAMINATING MACHINE. The 100% Indian indigenous, fully
automatic - feeder and autocut units are manufactured as per European standard. The first of its kind by an Indian manufacturer proudly launches in DRUPA
Exhibition.
In addition to that very compact models are also introduced like 24” and 14”
Thermal laminating machine, quite ideal for digital press and digitalstudio’s commercial purpose.
No doubt Macro’s research and development Engineers do have the reasons to
raise their Collar Up.
Sterling Publications is one among the pioneers and a leader in the publishing
sector. Mr.Gaurav has purchased Macro Bond 30” Thermal Laminator and they
are one of the satisfied customers of Macro Print Engineers.
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Product Overview
03.1375
Laminating machines
03.1560
Creasing and scoring machines
04.1330
Laminating machines
Madern International B.V.
Address
02.1825
Die-cutting machines
04.1050
Stripping equipment
04.1515
Embossing and punching machinery
04.1590
Rotary die cutting machines
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
04.1685
Stacking and piling equipment
Macro Print Engineers India Pvt Ltd., M/S
Vikingbank 1
3130 AH Vlaardingen
Netherlands
Phone
0031-10-2485460
Fax
0031-10-2489920
Internet address
www.madern.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Product Overview
Product Details
04.1515
Embossing and punching machinery
Punching
Madern crease and punch unit 1700 mm
Madern International B.V.
02.1630
Embossing and punching machinery
02.1640
Embossing machinery
02.1705
Creasing and scoring machines
02.1740
Rotary die cutting machines
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The system consist of two modular converting stations
and infeed unit, which are integrated in a 8 colour and
1700 mm wide reel to reel flexograph printing press.
The press and converting stations have a mechanical
line speed of 600 m/min and a production speed of 500 m/min. In addition to
the converting equipment, Madern also supplied the creasing tools for the one
and quarter litre aseptic cartons and the punching tool for the strawholes of the
quarter litre cartons. The punch segments are of the MP design cutting profile
and are mounted in a hollow cylinder. The punch waste is exhausted through
the centre of this hollow cylinder and collected in a special waste system. To
ensure a constant crease and punch quality at this high speed, the temperature
of critical parts of the machine is controlled by a special tooling system. The top
frame modules and the tools, with a total weight of approx. 10 tons are placed on
the modular base frames and locked. Each base frame and the infeed unit have
their own heavy duty servo drive for accurate synchronisation with the printing
press and between the two converting solutions. The top frame modules and
tools can be slide in and out as a complete cassette, which is achieved by a
sliding bar mounted on a special developed transport truck. This truck ensures
an easy and safe change-over and transport of the top frames and tools by only
one person.
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Marbach, Karl GmbH & Co. KG
Stanzformtechnik
Rotary die cutting machines
Rotary die cutting
Single or multiple station die-cutters have been supplied to a wide variety of
industries for high speed production of liquid cartons, flip-top cigarette and display cartons and bottle and can carriers. All our die-cutters are designed with
the latest servo drive technology and have a high level of automation. Easy
change-over tools, frames and cassettes to reduce down time of your valuable
production equipment is nowadays essential.
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
Die cutting machines
Single or multiple station die-cutters have been supplied to a wide variety of industries for high speed production of liquid cartons, flip-top cigarette and display
cartons and bottle and can carriers. All our die-cutters
are designed with the latest servo drive technology and
have a high level of automation. Easy change-over
tools, frames and cassettes to reduce down time of your valuable production
equipment is nowadays essential.
04.1685
Address
August-Häusser-Straße 6
74080 Heilbronn
Germany
Phone
+49(0)7131 918 0
Fax
+49(0)7131 918 213
Internet address
www.marbach.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Stacking and piling equipment
Stacking
Marbach, Karl GmbH & Co. KG Stanzformtechnik
Ausbrechoberteil mit Niederhalterplatten
Ausbrechobterteil mit Niederhalterplatten für Wellpappeverpackungen, bei hohem Abfallanteil im Bogen.
Producing folding cartons at high speed, requires dedicated die-cutting outfeed and stacking solutions. Vacuum transfers, with glue flap opening features, fully automatic spreading units with product ejection systems
up to fully automated stackers are part of our complete
machine production program.
28.04.2008
marbapusher-s
Punktpresser für reibungsloses Nutzentrennen bei Zwischenschnitten.
28.04.2008
marbastep
2-Stufen-Ablage mit Gummilippen für sicheres Nutzentrennen bei kleinen
Zuschnitten.
28.04.2008
marbapoint
Laserpointer für perfekten Passer zwischen mabrastrip-Ausbrechoberteil und
-unterteil.
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MARIANI SAS
Product Overview
Marbach, Karl GmbH & Co. KG Stanzformtechnik
Address
Via Fondovilla, 80
36010 Carrè/VI
Italy
01.1045
Steel rule die-making machines
01.1080
CAD/CAM systems
Phone
+39-04458082-22
01.1310
Measuring and testing equipment
Fax
+39-04458082-32
01.1360
Embossing formes and dies
Internet address
http://www.mariani-it.com
02.1110
Braille printing techniques
E-Mail
[email protected]
02.1645
Embossing plates
Stand
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03.1050
Steel rule die-making machines
03.1645
Die-cutting formes for bookbinding and print finishing
05/16/2008
04.1220
Folding box making machines
Machine designed for palletising loose stacks of books,
05.1115
Printing forms for letterpress
Automatic palletiser for loose stacks, equipped with a special top pressure pad
device to hold firmly the stacks during the palletisation process.
05.1385
Embossing plates
The robot can be equipped with a variety of gripping heads to allow remarkable
palletising speed as well as outstanding flexibility.
05.1415
Cutting, punching and scoring rules
A graphic user interface is also available for easy programming and reduced
change-over time.
06.1005
Training and further education
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ROBOT PALLETTISER for stacks of books
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Product Overview
MarquipWardUnited A Barry-Wehmiller Company
MARIANI SAS
04/15/2008
03.1015
Packing machines
03.1320
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
03.1350
In-plant vehicles, palletizers & depalletizers
03.1475
Palletising equipment
03.1660
Stacking and piling equipment
04.1310
In-plant vehicles, palletizers & depalletizers
04.1445
Palletising equipment
PHILLIPS, Wis. — January 2, 2008 — The Sheeter Group of MarquipWardUnited has announced plans to attend Drupa 2008 with much excitement over
record levels of order intake and shipments for the company’s full range of precision sheeters. This current level of business comes as a result of a long-term
planning exercise to develop and perfect a comprehensive range of paper and
board sheeting solutions suitable for mill, converter and folding carton market
sectors based on common technology and proven methodology.
Sales for the top-of-the-line SheetPro have been very strong, including the recent sale of a two-machine, highly automated package to a major South American board mill. Orders for sheeting machinery to support heavy duty lamination
lines, and for specialist materials, such as single face board, demonstrate the
breadth of the MarquipWardUnited sheeter range.
The SheetWizard, introduced in mid-2006, has been a huge success story with
orders to date already in the double digits from customers in Europe, Australia,
Asia and North America. The SheetWizard will be on display at Drupa in the
MarquipWardUnited booth in Hall 10, D74.
MarquipWardUnited A Barry-Wehmiller Company
Address
1300 N. Airport Rd
54555 Phillips, WI
USA
Phone
001-715-339-2191
Fax
001-715-339-4469
Internet address
www.marquipwardunited.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
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MarquipWardUnited Sheeter Group Announces Record
Business Levels, Plans To Attend Drupa 2008
The SheetWizard has been developed to offer a flexible configuration. In its
base form, the SheetWizard is cost-effective and versatile enough to suit a small
converter, folding carton plant or commercial printer. When options such as automatic splicing, continuous running zero reject skid change, automatic setup
single or dual-level slitting, and web cleaning are added, the machine can produce the output and quality required for very demanding applications. All of
these options are tried and tested, with proven field performance on the SheetPro and SheetRunner.
The SheetWizard also offers an optional extended cut-off length range. The optional minimum length is 11 inches (279 mm) and the optional maximum length is
82 inches (2082 mm). Thanks to a combination of MarquipWardUnited’s unique
knife drive technology and new innovative sheet delivery systems, excellent productions speeds are possible at both ends of the range.
MarquipWardUnited has always supported customers by providing upgrade and
modernization packages for existing sheeters. A new overlapping system that
reduces or eliminates snubber wheel marking was developed for the SheetPro and is now available as a retrofit to both MarquipWardUnited and nonMarquipWardUnited sheeters.
Upgrades and retrofits are becoming an important business sector for Marquip-
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WardUnited as they help to build long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with
our customers. A very good example is a recent upgrade for Iggesund Paperboard in Sweden, where a 1978 Jagenberg sheeter was upgraded with a new
knife, slitting section, sheet outfeed with overlap, and new control system. This
upgrade provided enormous improvement in terms of running speeds, reliability,
safety and cut quality for a fraction of the cost of a new line.
There is a great deal to talk about, and we hope that our existing and new customers alike will enjoy their visit to our booth—and to see a SheetWizard in
action.
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Layboys
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Slitting and cross cutting machines
Dual Rotary Direct Drive Knife
Helically Mounted Blades Provide the Highest Cutting
Force.
Web-In Slitter
New Automatic Web-In Slitters position the upper knife
holders and lower anvil rings without requiring the removal of the web from the machine. Leaving the web
in the machine during a size change greatly reduces
downtime since no ”re-threading” of the sheeter is required. By not re-threading the machine, all waste and
scrap associated with shifted or wrinkled webs is eliminated.
04.1400
Slitting and cross cutting machines
04.1485
Cardboard cutters
04.1530
Cross cutters
The MarquipWardUnited Automatic Web-In Slitter can perform a size change
accurately in 30 to 90 seconds. Operators initiate a size change when the line
is stopped, however, it is not necessary for operators to be present at the slitter
while the machine moves the knife holders and anvil rings to their new positions.
Downtime at order change is decreased by allowing the operator to perform
other functions such as adjusting snubber wheel length, backstop length, and
side tamper/jogger position for the new sheet size.
04.1580
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Cardboard cutters
SheetPro™ Sheeting System
Product Details
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Autopasters/Splicer
Bow Tie Splicer
Our Bowtie Splicer provides reliable and efficient reel
to reel splicing. This unit is specially designed for the
larger reel diameters used on Sheeters and the unique
frame design allows splices to be prepared from the
floor without a platform. Standard systems incorporate
an overhead bridge with automatic threading.
The SheetPro™ is the ultimate high speed heavy duty
High Speed Sheeter suitable for Mills, Large Converters and Folding Carton plants. Operating speeds up to
400m/min and features such as Dual Vac which allows
mark free sheeting at high speeds makes the SheetPro
an affordable Worldclass package.
SheetRunner Sheeting System
Designed for folding carton plants and commercial printers, this dual-rotary sheeting system’s design is optimized for high volume board production.
The Marquip SheetRunner™ comes complete with Marquip’s industry standard dual rotary knife for consis-
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tently accurate cut sheets. With 1000 GSM knife loading, materials up to 0.1” thick or higher can be cut cleanly, squarely, and without
angel hairs. Brushless high-torque knife cylinder motors combine with lowinertia knife cylinders to provide the highest cutting speeds in the industry. Helical
wound blades require less cutting force and generate significantly less heat during the cutting process.
An integrated PC-based controls system, fully compliant with the IEC 61131-3
programming standard, streamlines the machine control system while offering
seamless network connectivity to optional remote operator terminals and plant
computers. Graphical touch screens with advanced diagnostics simplify order
entry and provide for complete machine operation from either main or optional
remote operator consoles.
The SheetRunner™ can be configured with the Marquip Bow-Tie Splicer and
MARQ II Roll Stand for continuous paper delivery system operation.
SheetWizard
The SheetWizard, introduced in mid-2006, has been a
huge success story with orders to date already in the
double digits from customers in Europe, Australia, Asia
and North America.
The SheetWizard has been developed to offer a flexible
configuration. In its base form, the SheetWizard is costeffective and versatile enough to suit a small converter,
folding carton plant or commercial printer. When options such as automatic
splicing, continuous running zero reject skid change, automatic setup single or
dual-level slitting, and web cleaning are added, the machine can produce the
output and quality required for very demanding applications. All of these options are tried and tested, with proven field performance on the SheetPro and
SheetRunner.
The SheetWizard also offers an optional extended cut-off length range. The optional minimum length is 11 inches (279 mm) and the optional maximum length is
82 inches (2082 mm). Thanks to a combination of MarquipWardUnited’s unique
knife drive technology and new innovative sheet delivery systems, excellent productions speeds are possible at both ends of the range.
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SheetLeader
The MarquipWardUnited SheetLeader has been specifically designed for commercial printers and converters
who demand the highest quality sheets but may not require the high through-put of more expensive sheeters.
Multiple draw drum options, a precision dual rotary
knife, optional slitter, vacuum-modulated shingling section, and multiple piler infeed options combine to give the printer or converter
unsurpassed versatility, flexibility, and value across a broad range of sheeted
products.
The MarquipWardUnited Sheetleader comes complete with MarquipWardUnited’s
industry standard dual rotary knife for consistently accurate cut sheets. With
1000 GSM knife loading, materials up to 0.1” thick or higher can be cut cleanly,
squarely, and without angel hairs. Brushless high torque knife cylinder motors
combine with low-inertia knife cylinders to provide the highest cutting speeds in
the industry for sheets as short as 11” (280 mm) in length. Helical cutting blades
require less cutting force and generate significantly less heat during the cutting
process.
With maximum machine speeds of 1100 FPM (335 MPM) and options such as
web-in semi-automatic slitter, reject gate, automatic web guides, web cleaners,
anti static systems, and numerous paper delivery and conditioning system options, the MarquipWardUnited Sheetleader can be configured for a wide range
of sheeted products and can be upgraded to ensure that your future sheeting
needs are met.
SheetPro™ Sheeting System
The SheetPro™ is the ultimate high speed heavy duty
High Speed Sheeter suitable for Mills, Large Converters and Folding Carton plants. Operating speeds up to
400m/min and features such as Dual Vac which allows
mark free sheeting at high speeds makes the SheetPro
an affordable Worldclass package.
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SheetRunner Sheeting System
ductions speeds are possible at both ends of the range.
Designed for folding carton plants and commercial printers, this dual-rotary sheeting system’s design is optimized for high volume board production.
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The Marquip SheetRunner™ comes complete with Marquip’s industry standard dual rotary knife for consistently accurate cut sheets. With 1000 GSM knife loading, materials up to 0.1” thick or higher can be cut cleanly, squarely, and without
angel hairs. Brushless high-torque knife cylinder motors combine with lowinertia knife cylinders to provide the highest cutting speeds in the industry. Helical
wound blades require less cutting force and generate significantly less heat during the cutting process.
An integrated PC-based controls system, fully compliant with the IEC 61131-3
programming standard, streamlines the machine control system while offering
seamless network connectivity to optional remote operator terminals and plant
computers. Graphical touch screens with advanced diagnostics simplify order
entry and provide for complete machine operation from either main or optional
remote operator consoles.
The SheetRunner™ can be configured with the Marquip Bow-Tie Splicer and
MARQ II Roll Stand for continuous paper delivery system operation.
SheetWizard
The SheetWizard, introduced in mid-2006, has been a
huge success story with orders to date already in the
double digits from customers in Europe, Australia, Asia
and North America.
The SheetWizard has been developed to offer a flexible
configuration. In its base form, the SheetWizard is costeffective and versatile enough to suit a small converter,
folding carton plant or commercial printer. When options such as automatic
splicing, continuous running zero reject skid change, automatic setup single or
dual-level slitting, and web cleaning are added, the machine can produce the
output and quality required for very demanding applications. All of these options are tried and tested, with proven field performance on the SheetPro and
SheetRunner.
The SheetWizard also offers an optional extended cut-off length range. The optional minimum length is 11 inches (279 mm) and the optional maximum length is
82 inches (2082 mm). Thanks to a combination of MarquipWardUnited’s unique
knife drive technology and new innovative sheet delivery systems, excellent pro-
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SheetPro™ Sheeting System
The SheetPro™ is the ultimate high speed heavy duty
High Speed Sheeter suitable for Mills, Large Converters and Folding Carton plants. Operating speeds up to
400m/min and features such as Dual Vac which allows
mark free sheeting at high speeds makes the SheetPro
an affordable Worldclass package.
SheetRunner Sheeting System
Designed for folding carton plants and commercial printers, this dual-rotary sheeting system’s design is optimized for high volume board production.
The Marquip SheetRunner™ comes complete with Marquip’s industry standard dual rotary knife for consistently accurate cut sheets. With 1000 GSM knife loading, materials up to 0.1” thick or higher can be cut cleanly, squarely, and without
angel hairs. Brushless high-torque knife cylinder motors combine with lowinertia knife cylinders to provide the highest cutting speeds in the industry. Helical
wound blades require less cutting force and generate significantly less heat during the cutting process.
An integrated PC-based controls system, fully compliant with the IEC 61131-3
programming standard, streamlines the machine control system while offering
seamless network connectivity to optional remote operator terminals and plant
computers. Graphical touch screens with advanced diagnostics simplify order
entry and provide for complete machine operation from either main or optional
remote operator consoles.
The SheetRunner™ can be configured with the Marquip Bow-Tie Splicer and
MARQ II Roll Stand for continuous paper delivery system operation.
SheetWizard
The SheetWizard, introduced in mid-2006, has been a
huge success story with orders to date already in the
double digits from customers in Europe, Australia, Asia
and North America.
The SheetWizard has been developed to offer a flexible
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configuration. In its base form, the SheetWizard is costeffective and versatile enough to suit a small converter,
folding carton plant or commercial printer. When options such as automatic
splicing, continuous running zero reject skid change, automatic setup single or
dual-level slitting, and web cleaning are added, the machine can produce the
output and quality required for very demanding applications. All of these options are tried and tested, with proven field performance on the SheetPro and
SheetRunner.
The SheetWizard also offers an optional extended cut-off length range. The optional minimum length is 11 inches (279 mm) and the optional maximum length is
82 inches (2082 mm). Thanks to a combination of MarquipWardUnited’s unique
knife drive technology and new innovative sheet delivery systems, excellent productions speeds are possible at both ends of the range.
Marylock®
and all former Soviet republics. What is Marylock’s story? Why is there a gear
wheel on the logo?
We decided to set up the company in 1998-1999, right after the governmental
collapse in Russia. Due to our previous experience we established a company
for serving the printers who started developing after the crisis, offering them used
post-press machinery from Europe. The print industry was just beginning to establish itself and the printers could not spend much money to buy new presses
or cutters. Our business model was right at the time and Marylock provided
many of the print-shops with the foil stamping and die-cutting presses of European quality at reasonable prices. When we started to offer etching machines
to our Russian customers, the next logical step was to set up our own stamping
dies manufacturing plant. We had to launch our etching lab, first to demonstrate
the equipment and then to produce dies for our customers. I remember that we
spent a lot of time working out our own procedures for etching because the imported chemical additives did not work correctly with the domestic components.
However we overcame all the problems, trained our personnel and provided our
customers with high quality stamping dies. I would like to take this opportunity
to thank our U.S. & E.U. partners who assisted us with specialist etching advice
and support since the launch of our production to make it work. As for the logo
– it’s a funny story. We had to make up a logo for our company to insert it in our
company blanks as soon as possible. With typical self belief and confidence I
read a book about CorelDraw and did the best I could – using a monochrome
notebook with no mouse. Of course, later we invited a professional designer to
create our corporate style but the main idea remained unchanged.
Address
ul. N. Krasnoselskaya 40/12
105066 Moscow
Russia
Phone
+7-495724-9746
Fax
+7-495984-6927
So you have set up your own die production facility. Could you give our readers
a view on present Marylock’s structure?
Internet address
http://www.marylock.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Initially our company focused on production in Moscow. The idea was to link
closely to all railroads and transport companies. This allowed Marylock to offer the delivery time all over Russia and the former Soviet republics within 2-3
days – there was no competition at that time. Our next production facility was
established in Saint-Petersburg, the second largest city and the center for the
North-Western region. This division strengthened our presence in the market
and guaranteed our regional customers the best production delivery speed. Now
we are also represented in Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus and we are going
to grow further. Nevertheless, lots of our customers are located in Armenia,
Uzbekistan, Moldova, Turkmenistan and other states.
Company News
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Marylock®
Marylock®: Serving the foil stamping industry for 10
years
Marylock®: Serving the foil stamping industry for 10 years
Marylock is a registered trademark which is well-known and respected in Russia
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What is Marylock’s intention now for the foil stamping industry of Russia and the
CIS?
With our experience and expertise in foil stamping we at Marylock now offer
high quality stamping dies made of magnesium, copper and brass, foil stamp-
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ing presses of all sizes, spare parts and technical service, pigment and metallic
stamping foils, adhesive tapes and make-ready materials, all accessories – everything you need if you are a foil stamper. Stage by stage we carefully selected
items for our product line to give our customers best offer. That’s why our motto
is All For Stamping ™ . Although many companies sell foils or make dies Marylock is the only foil stamping specialized supplier in Russia.
expect from Gietz (Switzerland), Insight Graphic Systems (Scotland), Sterling
Toggle (USA), Therm-O-Type (USA), Stoma (Germany), Inramik (Spain), Nakai
(Japan) and many others.
We save your time.
Marylock®. All For Stamping™.
What is DRUPA for you? What do you want to show us?
First and foremost we are a die manufacturer and DRUPA 2008 gives us a
chance to show what we do, to promote our quality and to exhibit new products.
Marylock is a fast growing and customer oriented company and to show this we
will demonstrate our new ideas of what dies can be like. We welcome you at
the DRUPA in the Hall 07 Stand 72D42. In addition I will greeting my Russian
customers at the Gietz stand and very much appreciate the welcome extended
to us and our customers. I am really proud to present the advanced technologies of the FSA 1060 Foil Commander with Smart Register by Gietz and the
Die-Coordinator by Insight Graphic Systems to professionals from Russia and
the former Soviet republics.
Have you got a brief definition for the current Russian market?
The Russian printing market is now very competitive – all niches are filled out
and it means that the opportunity for direct entry from outside is long gone. There
is only one way to work in Russia now - find a reliable partner or buy a share
in the local operator. The situation in Europe is the same and we are looking
for partnership and open for contacts. We are young, (an average age in the
company of 30) and most of us have university degrees. The Marylock team is
enthusiastic, inspired and focused on the further success.
Product Overview
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Embossing formes and dies
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Foil stamping machines
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Hot-stamping foils
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Embossing plates
Masterwork Machinery Co., Ltd.
Address
No. 20 Shuangchuan Road
300400 Tianjin
China (Rep.)
Phone
0086-22-2697-6666
Fax
0086-22-2697-3430
Internet address
www.yuheng.com.cn
E-Mail
[email protected]
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Is there any foil stamping community in Russia?
In the foil stamping market all the players regularly meet each other, even competitors and finally we have formed a foundation of the Assotsiatsia Tisnenia i
Gravirovki (ATG) – currently the only officially registered Russian community for
hot foil stamping market development. The year 2008 united competitors and
gave the Russian foil stamping market a chance to grow faster and promote foil
stamping ideas among our customers. As a chairman of the ATG I plan to set
up the first landmarks of the future Russian foil stamping market.
You mentioned your partners - no doubt you have them all over the world. Who
are they and what are your relations?
For years we proved to be a responsible and reliable partner for the companies
we work with. We appreciate their trust in us and their helpful support in our
business. The names of our partners are well-known in the world market and
we maintain the same level of service quality for our customers as they might
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Masterwork Machinery Co., Ltd.
MK will lauch its newly-developed MK21060STE Hot Stamping Machine with
Dual Stations at Drupa 2008. The machine comes equipped with two stamping
stations with maximum stamping speed and die cutting speed up to 5000 IPH
respectively.
12/25/2007
MK’s 15th Anniversary and restructuring celebration
Masterwork Machinery Co.,Ltd.(short for MK) celebrated its 15th anniversary
and restructuring on December 18,2007. Over 200 customers from home and
abroad attended the event.
01/08/2008
Matti Technology AG
MK’s newly-developed equipment MK21060STE
in July 2006 masterwork established the new factory showroom in wakefield,
west yorkshire where the new 7000sq foot factory supports the after sales, training and parts departments. the latest machines will be available for testing and
demonstration purposes. The showroom is located in the north of england and
easliy accesible from all the major airports and ports. Service technicians and
training staff have been trained to the highest level to give the customer increased confidence when buying our products.
Masterwork Machinery Co., Ltd.
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Folding and glueing machines
04.1280
Foil stamping machines
04.1520
Embossing machinery
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
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Wilenstrasse 6
8588 Zihlschlacht
Switzerland
Phone
+41-71-422-3192
Fax
+41-71-422-3144
Internet address
E-Mail
Stand
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Product Overview
Address
551
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Product Overview
Matti Technology AG
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Barcode systems
02.1055
Web inspection systems
02.1165
Colour management, calibration and control systems
02.1190
Digital printing presses
02.1195
Digital colour printing systems
02.1530
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
02.1625
Perforating machines
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Cross cutters
04.1590
02.1685
Register control systems
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
02.1880
Dryers
02.1885
Drying plants
02.1935
Winders
03.1030
Addressing equipment for printed products
03.1720
Zigzag folders
04.1575
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
04.1590
Rotary die cutting machines
06.1055
Research and Development
Product Details
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Rotary die cutting machines
PerfRunnar
The line hole punch unit is designed to add marginal punching and cross perforation to plain paper.Afterward the paper
can be processed through a fan folder or an other pin fed
process. It is particularly suitable for publishing on demand
(POD) applications.
MBO Maschinenbau Oppenweiler
Binder GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Grabenstraße 4
71570 Oppenweiler
Germany
Phone
+49 (0) 7191 / 46-0
Fax
+49 (0) 7191 / 46-34
Internet address
http://www.mbo-folder.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
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Matti Technology AG
Reeling machines for web winding up and unwinding
ReelRunnar
This new generation of Unwinders and Rewinders can
be connected inline to any host digital printer or other
continuous device, winding all types of high volume and
high speed documents. Reels up to 52“ (1320mm) in
diameter and 20.5” (520mm) wide allow long time continuous operation. Mounted on wheels for ease of use,
mobility and user friendly operation. Reversible direction winding with tensionless input/output allow the units to respond to web demand at any speed up
to 325ftm (100m/min); optionally up to 500ftm (150m/min). Only single phase
power is required to run the units.
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MBO Maschinenbau Oppenweiler Binder GmbH & Co....
Automatically better
Innovative features for large formats / Half format especially efficient: new
buckle folding machines / Clever: ejection of wasted sheets after the parallel
fold / Service by mouse click: remote maintenance presented for the first time
“Speed up your business“ – under this motto MBO, the lead-ing specialist for
folding technology, will present a number of novelties and optimized solutions
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at drupa 2008 which pro-vide the user with a considerable efficiency potential
(hall 6, booth B11, and hall 16, booth D75). For instance, large formats can
be processed even better and faster in the fu-ture. As for the half format, with
its two new buckle folding machines, MBO is currently establishing benchmarks
in terms of economic efficiency. Another highlight of the show is the remote
maintenance service RAS which will be show-cased for folding machines for the
first time, reducing down times and service costs.
Advantages XXL For the large format which is becoming more and more important in printing, MBO has further developed the al-ready successful buckle
folding machine T 1420 Perfec-tion, thus having extended their lead in this format class. Misprinted sheets which have been color marked on the printing
machine, can now be automatically detected and ejected during the folding process – an advantage that is only offered by MBO for this format. For the Mabeg
feeders M6/1650 and M6/2050 an automation package is now available making
the readjustment of not optimally packed palettes, i.e. the stopping the entire
production line, dis-pensible.
Unique touch screen The two new half format machines score with mature folding technology and the economic advantages of the Efficiency series. Thanks
to its good cost/performance ratio, the T 535 Efficiency is for instance an interesting solution for high print runs. It is however also suitable for binderies which
are not working at full capacity in this area. The new T 535 Efficiency Automatic
is the ideal folding machine for frequently changing jobs and small print runs. Its
15“ color touch screen is unique in this price class.
Better ejection Even more production safety is provided by the ejection of misfolded sheets after the parallel fold, which MBO pre-sents for the buckle folding
machines T 800 Perfection and T 960 Perfection.
More consistent, more reliable, thus providing more safety – that’s how the new
feeder head Vaculift III works, which is now installed as a standard equipment on
all high pallet-ized feeders (FP 120 und FP 110). Equipped with four pre-blowers,
it comes with clearly more adjustment options than the previous model.
Maintenance from afar The new remote access service RAS, a maintenance tool
from MBO helps saving time and reducing costs. At drupa, the folding specialist
will for the first time publicly present the options of this tool, which has been
successfully in use by selected customers for one year.
On the booths of leading digital printing specialists such as HP (hall 8a, booth
B26) and Océ (hall 6, booth A44), MBO also presents high-performance modules for the complete inline production of products in the newspaper format.
Product Overview
MBO Maschinenbau Oppenweiler Binder GmbH & Co....
03.1255
Continuous stationery converting machines
03.1185
CIP 4 applications
03.1285
Sewing machines
04.1245
Folding machines, floor models
03.1305
Folding machines, floor models
MESSERSI PACKAGING SRL
Address
Via I Maggio, 3
60010 Barbara/AN
Italy
Phone
+39-07196386-1
Fax
+39-07196386-219
Internet address
http://www.messersi.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
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Company News
05/15/2008
MESSERSI PACKAGING SRL
MESSERSI’ PACKAGING: Since 1980 innovative
packaging solutions
During its 25 years of history, Messersì Packaging has distinguished itself for
manufacturing equipments that are in the forefront of technology, which have
undoubtly contributed to satisfy a large clientele, either in Italy and abroad.
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The aim of the company has always been offering to its customers a high quality
service and product. Therefore, in spite of its industrial dimension, Messersì has
always kept the craft aspect of its work, in order to satisfy the specific packaging
requirement of each customer.
The constant research and the devotion to its work have lately brought the company to enlarge its products range and to participate at the most important international exhibitions.
Since the beginning of the 2008, we have participated at the followings exhibitions:
CEVISAMA – Valencia, 5th – 9th February 2008
REVESTIR – Sao Paulo, 13th – 16th March 2008
MOSBUILD – Moscow, 1st – 4th April 2008
INTERPACK – Duesseldorf, 24th – 30th April 2008
After the DRUPA exhibition, we will be also exhibitors at:
ALUMINIUM – Essen, 23rd – 25th September 2008
TECNARGILLA – Rimini, 30th September – 4th October 2008
IPACK-IMA – Milano, 24th – 28th March 2008
We invite you to visit us at our stand!
Product Details
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Packing machines
Automatic strapping machine PR 90
The automatic strapping machine PR90 is suitable for
the vertical compression of palletized loads of paper,
cardboard and paper bags. It is provided of one strapping head. It may carry out one or multiple consecutive
strapping operations in automatic mode and, using a
pallet turning device, it may also perform cross strappings. The lower retractable channel allows to carry out strappings, positioning
the cargo to the wooder pallet. The machine is managed by PLC; it is also furnished with a pressing device which is commanded by moving chains. It has a
touch screen operator on the control panel by which it is possible to manage the
machine: how it works and to set up the type of strap you need, choosing between polypropylene or polyester strap. POWER SUPPLY = 400 Vac, 50Hz or
customized upon request COMPRESSION = Up to 3000kg TYPE OF USABLE
STRAPPING BAND = PP with 12 to 19 mm width, 0.80 to 1mm thicknessPET
with 9 to 19 mm width, 0.60 to 1 mm thickness. STRAPPING CYCLE TIME =
15 to 22 seconds for two simultaneous strappings, depending on the package
size and press amount.
Automatic strapping machine PR 99
Product Overview
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The automatic strapping machine PR99 is suitable for
the vertical compression of palletized loads of paper,
cardboard and paper bags. It is provided of two strapping heads and three arches and it can carry out two
strapping operations in automatic mode with a prefixed
distance. One of the two head, which is mobile, allows
to set the distance between strappings. The lower retractable channel allows to
carry out strappings, positioning the cargo to the wooder pallet. The complete
device version for the automatic pallet rotation allows to perform cross strappings too. The machine is managed by PLC; it is also furnished with a pressing
device which is commanded by moving rack. It has a touch screen operator on
the control panel by which it is possible to manage the machine: how it works
and to set up the type of strap you need, choosing between polypropylene or
polyester strap. POWER SUPPLY = 400 Vac, 50Hz or customized upon request
COMPRESSION = 3000k(standard) to 5000kg TYPE OF USABLE STRAPPING
BAND = PP with 12 to 19 mm width, 0.80 to 1mm thicknessPET with 9 to 19
mm width, 0.60 to 1 mm thickness. STRAPPING CYCLE TIME = 15 to 22 sec-
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onds for two simultaneous strappings, depending on the package size and press
amount.
Horizontal automatic strapping machine OR60
The automatic horizontal strapping machine model OR60
equipped with strapping head MS300 (Messersì patent),
is suitable for the horizontal strapping of palletised products of all natures and sizes (if need be, the system can
also be custom made to the customer’s specific requirements). The need to guarantee the stability of the load
and to ease warehouse storage and safety during transport, all make the OR60 strapping machine an indispensable tool for correct product handling. This strapping machine can easily be
inserted in fully automatic conveying lines and can be run without the aid of
an operator. The system’s management programme features the possibility of
applying one or more straps, depending on the customer’s packaging needs.
The strapping machine system allows the package to be compacted on the two
sides, through the head and the strap guide movement. The top quality of the
components used, the minimum routine maintenance requirements and the utmost reliability of its performance levels, all make the OR60 horizontal strapping
machine the ideal one for the most varied sectors of industry and craft. Thanks
to Messersì’s experience and professionalism, the machine can be customised
according to customer’s production requirements. At this aim, some of the most
important options are: - device compacting the package on the four sides, on request also available for heavy loads; - device signalling that the reel is finished.
TECHNICAL DATA
•Type of strap: polypropylene (PP) and polyester (PET) •Straps that can be
used: width 8 to 19 mm; thickness 0,60 to 1,20 mm •Strap tensioning: 0 to
300 kg •Strap junction: through welding •Throwing speed: 2,4-5,5 m/sec •Recovery speed: 2,4-5,5 m/sec •Tension speed: 0,25 m/sec •Time of welding cycle: 1,2 to 3 seconds according to tensioning •Supply electric voltage: 220/400
V three-phase •Installed electric power: 3 kW •Arch: Standard dimensions
1510x1510 mm – Made-to-measure arches can be made •Coilholder: inside
diameter 390/405; width 150/190 mm
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Vertical automatic strapping machineVR88
The automatic vertical strapping machine mod. VR88,
equipped with strapping head MS300 (Messersì patent),
is suitable for both polypropylene and polyester strapping application and represents the ideal solution for the
vertical strapping of products of any nature and size. In
those cases where the customer has special requirements, the machine can be custom-made accordingly.
This strapping machine can easily be inserted in conveying lines and apply the required number of straps all automatically, with no
need of operator. The machine switch-board equipped with PLC, is provided
with all push-bottom controls for manual operations. Once properly adjusted,
the strap tension remains consistent and allows the perfect strapping of packages of any nature and dimensions. The strapping machine arch is built using
top quality materials and it helps to make this machine extremely reliable in all
working conditions. The great reliability of the strapping machine mod. VR88
and the high quality of its components, contribute to a dramatic reduction of all
maintenance operations. The high speed strapping cycle and the possibility of
using down to the smallest sizes of polypropylene strapping, make this model
one of the most used and requested by many industrial and handicraft sectors.
TECHNICAL DATA
•Type of strap: polypropylene (PP) and polyester (PET) •Straps that can be
used: width 8 to 19 mm; thickness 0,50 to 1,20 mm •Strap tensioning: 0 to 300
kg •Strap junction: through welding •Throwing speed: 2,4 - 5,5 m/sec •Recovery
speed: 2,4 - 5,5 m/sec •Tension speed: 0,25 m/sec •Time of welding cycle: 1,2
to 3 seconds according to tensioning •Supply electric voltage: 220/400 V threephase •Installed electric power: 1,50 kW •Arch: standard dimensions 1100 x
800 mm – Made-to-measure arches can be made •Coilholder: inside diameter
390/405 mm; width 150/190 mm.
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level sensors to ensure that the coating unit is filled with the optimum level of
varnish at all times.
MG Electric (Colchester) Ltd
All processes are powered by electrical systems unlike some competitive products that require a combination of electrical and pneumatic control. This approach has been taken to eliminate putting additional load on the Press air system or the possible requirement for an additional compressed air supply.
Address
Wyncolls Road Severalls Business Park
Colchester, Essex CO4 9HX
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1206842244
Fax
+44-1206845849
Internet address
http://www.mgeworldwide.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
MGE are pleased to announce the launch of their new PRESSMATE FX-1, a
new fount filtration system, suitable for all sheet fed presses.
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The PRESSMATE FX-1 has been designed to prolong the life of the fountain
solution by filtering out particles and contaminants picked up from ink, paper
and spray powder whilst the press is running. Providing 10 litres per minute
flow rate, it provides excellent filtration with no disturbance of fount. This vastly
reduces waste and down time for the tank cleaning, making both chemical usage
and the impact on the environment far lower.
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For additional information or to request a meeting at the Drupa exhibition to
discuss this or any other PRESSMATE product, please contact MGE’s sales
department on tel +44 (0)1206 842244 or by email at [email protected]
02/06/2008
MG Electric (Colchester) Ltd
MGE to launch new Varnish Circulator at Drupa 2008
“Reliable circulation, Simple to operate, Easy to clean”
MGE are pleased to announce that following successful field trials, they will be
launching their new Varnish Circulator for sheet fed presses at Drupa 2008.
Developed with input from both printers and OEM’s, the PRESSMATE VC-01
has been specifically designed to give reliable circulation of water based and
UV varnishes to the coating unit during the press run and a fast, easy to run
wash-up cycle once the job is complete.
The PRESSMATE VC-01 can be fitted to supply coating units equipped with
either a chamber doctor blade system or rollers.
The unit works on a simple 4-stage program cycle set on the front of the machine.
At system start up the unit is set to ‘purge’ to remove excess cleaning water from
the previous cycle. The operator then switches the unit to ‘run’ mode to circulate
the varnish. On completion of the job the unit is changed to ‘drain’ to remove the
excess varnish from the system and finally is set to ‘wash’ to clean the coating
unit using the PRESSMATE VC-01’s internal heated water reservoir.
NEW FX-1 Filtration Unit for prolonging the life of your
fount solution.
“The first thing that attracted me to this unit was the realistic cost and then the
performance speaks for itself,” said Mr Lincoln Barnwell, Director of Barnwells.
“Once installed, our drying time was improved dramatically. We used to dump
our fount every two weeks and now it’s every 2 to 3 months. We also reduced
the damp on the plate and alcohol level by 2% and finally the calcium build-up
is now much lower.”
The Pressmate FX-1 also benefits from three stage filtration, a self-priming pump
with run dry capability, filter blockage cut-out with indicator lamp, and a pressure
gauge for filter condition indication.
MGE will be exhibiting the new PRESSMATE FX-1 at DRUPA 2008 in Dusseldorf, Germany, from 29th May to 11th June, in Hall 10, stand E52-4.
For additional information or to receive details on MGE’s PRESSMATE FX-1,
please contact MGE’s sales and marketing department on tel: +44 (0)1206
842244 or by email at [email protected]
The supply of varnish is taken direct from the manufacturer’s container thus
avoiding secondary handling and the PRESSMATE VC-01 is fitted with external
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MGE to show new Reverse Osmosis Water Purification
unit at Drupa 2008
“A pure consistent water supply, day in, day out, 365 days a year.”
MGE will be showing their new PRESSMATE RO-01 water purification system
on their stand at Drupa 2008.
The quality and consistency of a Printers output is as critical as ever in today’s
highly competitive market. However as environmental concerns push for reduced chemical and alcohol usage, so water consistency becomes more and
more crucial in the printing process to maintain the high standards expected.
The PRESSMATE RO unit has been specifically designed not just as a water
purifier but as a complete press water management system suitable for single
or multi-press installations.
Sediment and Carbon pre-filters ensure initial particle and chlorine removal
whilst the high quality TFC RO membranes separate out other impurities resulting in a constant supply of ultra pure water. An integral dosing pump then
adds a small percentage of synthetic hardening agent to bring the water back to
an optimal level of hardness and this water is then stored until it is needed in an
airtight pressurised tank to prevent airborne contamination.
Test taps have also been fitted between each process step to ensure the operator can accurately set-up and monitor each individual stage.
The PRESSMATE RO unit is available with 3 different production rates, 1,400
litres/day, 2,300 litres/day and 4,000 litre/day and is offered with a selection of
options including an integral additive doser and conductivity measurement.
For additional information or to request a meeting at the Drupa exhibition to
discuss this or any other PRESSMATE product, please contact MGE’s sales
and marketing department on tel +44 (0)1206 842244 or by email at [email protected]
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Accurate control of chemicals keeps their usage to a minimum directly saving
the printer money whilst the filtration/recycling system prolongs the life of the
fount solution meaning less downtime cleaning the system, less waste disposal
and ultimately less impact on the environment.
Advanced sensors on FountManagerTM also record environment measurements in the pressroom including room temperature, humidity and VOC\Ammonia
Emissions. All this data is centrally logged and stored on the inboard PLC based
system. This information can then be viewed graphically on the integrated touch
screen or alternatively downloaded to computer (via network or USB) to allow
the Press Manager to fully review any aspects of the fount solution that may be
affecting the quality of the presses print output. It also gives the ability to record
ongoing fluid consumption meaning that usages can be calculated and costed
on a weekly, daily, hourly, or even per job basis.
The system includes a variety of Alarm options (Visual, Audio, SMS) to inform
when parameters are outside the desired settings. Operators can also SMS the
FountManagerTM to receive status reports or to modify parameters remotely if
needed.
FountManagerTM will change the way you look at Fount Solution in your Pressroom.
For additional information or to request a meeting at the Drupa exhibition to discuss this equipment or any PRESSMATE product, please contact MGE’s sales
department on tel +44 (0)1206 842244 or by email at [email protected]
07/23/2008
MGE takes the heat off another Press OEM
MGE are pleased to announce that they have recently begun supplying
PRESSMATE cooling equipment to Hamada Printing Press Co. Ltd for fitting
to specialist envelope printing presses in their range.
MGE to showcase new Fount Management Unit at
Drupa 2008
“Improve your print quality, save money and reduce your impact on the environment.”
MGE are pleased to announce that in conjunction with their print partner, Intelligraph Technology, they will be showing a new unit on their stand at Drupa
2008 specifically designed to provide total management and monitoring of fount
solution used during the print process on web and sheet-fed presses.
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as well as a complete multi-stage filtration\recycling system.
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The CS205 NOALC is a compact 0.5kW unit providing cooling and fount circulation to the press. It has been designed specifically for the needs of their
EV-Master Envelope Presses and was shown connected to an EV-Master4 running demonstrations on the Hamada stand at the recent Drupa 2008 show.
At the request of Hamada, other customisations were also made to the design.
These included cosmetic adjustments such as changing the colour\finish of the
circulator as well as technical changes such as the inclusion of an air filter and
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additional insulation. In this way, MGE were able to provide a system that exactly
matched Hamada’s needs.
Product Details
“Since their initial launch in 2004, MGE’s PRESSMATE circulators have proven
themselves to give consistent and reliable performance, meeting and exceeding
customer’s expectations,” said Simon Martin, MGE’s Technical Director.
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“The Circulator market for sheet-fed presses is very competitive. However,
where we have had the opportunity to work with press manufacturers, we have
been able to successfully demonstrate that we can offer a quality product with
a flexible attitude to its supply. This has been the case with Hamada and we
are very happy that they have decided to offer PRESSMATE units with their
products.”
The Alpha III is a semi-automatic slitter/rewinder suitable
for the conversion of many types of film. The machine has
been developed specifically to ensure ease of operation
and reliable service under continuous and arduous conditions, converting material rapidly and consistently to give
finished rolls of the highest quality.
For additional information or to receive details on MGE’s PRESSMATE range of
chilling equipment, please contact MGE’s sales department on tel +44 (0)1206
842244 or by email at [email protected]
The Alpha III slitter/rewinder comes in 2 standard web
sizes. The smaller is a 610mm wide machine with 2 sets
of arms and the larger machine is 1040mm wide and can be provided with 2 or
3 sets of arms depending upon requirements.
Product Overview
MG Electric (Colchester) Ltd
MG Electric (Colchester) Ltd
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
Slitting is carried out by blades and both machines can be configured to slit one
or multiple times.
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Winders
02.1080
Coating machines and devices
02.1365
Cooling equipment for ink units
02.1380
Damping fluid management systems
02.1390
Damping/dampening systems
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Reel slitting and rewinding machines
The Epsilon VI also comes with a choice of braking systems, machine status lights showing that operator intervention is required, and an optional perforation attachment.
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Winders
Both the unwind and the rewind on the Epsilon VI are
surface driven with pneumatically controlled winding pressures on each.
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The Epsilon VI machine is a fully-automatic surface driven
rewinder. It can rewind a variety of film types and give
improved performance and output.
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tic cards hourly, all in four colors and with full variable data. It can accommodate
sizes up to 330mm x 487mm (13” x 19”) with a maximum print area of 320mm x
480mm (12.6” x 18.9”).
MGI Digital Graphic Technology
Address
161, avenue de Verdun
94204 Ivry sur Seine Cedex
France
Phone
0033-1-4521-0660
Fax
0033-1-4521-1490
Internet address
www.mgi-fr.com
E-Mail
[email protected]
Stand
Hall 08b, B10 (Page 950)
The most versatile digital press in the industry, the Meteor DP 60 Pro can print
on a wide range of Paper and Plastic Substrates. For papers from 70 to 350
Gsm (up to 110lb cover, 174lb index) including matte and glossy papers, CS1
& CS2, textured papers, envelopes, labels/stickers; for Plastics from 100 to 400
µ thickness (up to 16 mil) such as PVC, polycarbonate, polyester, Teslin, vinyl,
PET, and many others. All substrates can be printed in high quality resolutions
of up to 2,400dpi x 200lpi with variable line screen capabilities.
Other unique features of the Meteor DP 60 Pro include:
Company News
04/17/2008
· Vibration Reduction System (VRS) · Climate Control System - utilizes an infrared module to pre-treat substrate surfaces, which regulates temperature and
humidity prior to printing · High capacity pneumatic loader – accomodates up to
3,000 330mm x 487mm sheets (or 13” x 19”), paper or plastic · Optional high pile
output stacker with a capacity of up to 6,000 sheets · Adjustable offset feeder
table, ensuring precise registration
MGI Digital Graphic Technology
MGI DIGITAL GRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY UNVEILS
THREE MAJOR INNOVATIVE PRODUCT
LINES, DIGITAL AND INKJET PRESSES AT DRUPA 2008
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IVRY SUR SEINE, FRANCE. (April 17, 2008) - MGI Digital Graphic Technology, the multi-substrate (paper and plastic) digital press and finishing solutions
manufacturer, announced that it will launch several innovative new products for
digital and offset applications at Drupa 2008 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
The Drupa 2008 launch is one of the company’s most comprehensive to date,
incorporating products targeted towards a variety of industries, such as commercial printers, plastic/card printers, and photofinishing. New equipment on display
will include high-speed 4-color digital presses for Paper and Plastic substrates,
spot UV coating using inkjet technology, and a 4-in-1 digital press inclusind printing, laminating, creasing and cutting unit for photofinishing applications.
Designed exclusively for Paper Substrates and specific synthetics such as Teslin, the Meteor DP 60 Paper has a duty cycle of up to 600,000 pages per month,
with a total input capacity of 8,300 sheets and over 2 hours of continuous feed
time. It can accommodate up to 300 Gsm (110lb cover, 174lb index), envelopes,
and many other paper formats.
The DP 60 series has full variable data capabilities and is compatible with most
standard software applications as well as PPML and VPS formats. Applications include auto-numbering, bar codes, alphanumeric databases, direct mail,
photo/identification cards, and a wide range of others.
World Premiere of JetVarnish Inkjet Spot UV Coater —————————————————————
The perfect complement to offset printed substrates, MGI’s revolutionary new
off-line inkjet spot UV coater is designed to ensure precise coverage. The JetVarnish aims high-speed and up to ISO B3+ format applications, with an integrated infrared dryer to enable turn-key operation. Attendees at Drupa 2008 will
receive an exclusive preview of this groundbreaking finishing device, which joins
MGI’s popular UVarnish offline flood UV coater, introduced in late 2006.
Meteor DP20 One Hour Photo Book Solution —————————————————–
Ideally suited for photo book production, the Meteor DP20 is an 4-in-1 printing,
World Premiere Meteor DP 60 Series 4-Color Digital Presses ——————————————————————————
laminating, creasing and cutting unit. Photos can be printed in resolutions up to
The Meteor DP 60 Pro multi-substrate Paper & Plastic Digital Press is the flag1,800dpi, on sheet sizes up to 270mm x 431.8mm (or 11”x 17”) with an output
ship model in the DP 60 series. Designed for high volume printing, the DP 60 Pro
of 20 pages/minute. The in-line unit allows seamless production and turnaround
has the capability to produce up to 3,900 A4/Letter size sheets, 1,600 330mm x
of photo products in as little as one hour.
487mm (equivalent to 13” x 19”) sheets, and up to 32,000 ISO CR-80 PVC plas-
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In addition to the new products, MGI will show its full line of digital printing and finishing equipment, including the Meteor DP 40 Pro 4-color multi-substrate digital
press, UVarnish UV coater, PressCard Pro hot platen lamination unit, PunchCard Pro credit card format die cutter, and Photo Book 1 Hour ™/My Book In
Shop™, a total digital photo solution.
Visit MGI at Drupa 2008 in hall 8b, booth #B10 to learn more about our newest
digital products and to receive a personalized demonstration of our complete
line of digital printing and finishing solutions.
Product Overview
MGI Digital Graphic Technology
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Barcode systems
01.1145
Desktop publishing systems (DTP)
01.1340
PDF-applications
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EVENTS FOR PRESS & JOURNALISTS =============================================
01.1390
RFID systems
· May, 29th - 12:00 - on MGI Booth (hall 8b, booth B10) Exclusive Journalist
Preview of the new products (Digital & Inkjet Product Lines)
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Software, Variable Data Printing
· May 31st - 4:30 PM- In building CCD South (room 8) MGI Press Conference MGI to unveil three new product lines (Digital & Inkjet)
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Software, Image manipulation
02.1190
Digital printing presses
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Digital colour printing systems
02.1480
Card manufacturing systems
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
03.1030
Addressing equipment for printed products
03.1380
Perfect binding machines
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
CONTACTS:
03.1655
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
MGI Europe, Middle-East, Africa ————————————– Victor Abergel
Executive Vice President +33 (0)1 45 21 06 60 [email protected]
04.1130
Envelope feeders
Laurent Boumendil Marketing & Communications Director +33 (0)1 45 21 06 60
[email protected]
04.1325
Card manufacturing systems
(High Definition Product Photos available on request)
About MGI Digital Graphic Technology ____________________________________
Founded in 1982, MGI Digital Graphic Technology designs, manufactures and
markets a full and innovative range of multi-substrate (paper and plastic) digital
presses, as well as a complete line of finishing solutions.
A key player in the global market, MGI experiences annual growth in excess of
30 percent and has a portfolio comprised of several thousand customers in a
wide range of sectors, including graphic industry professionals, Fortune 1000
companies, government agencies, plastic card manufacturers, silk screeners,
and photo labs.
MGI is a leader in the professional equipment graphic market and is registered
on the Euronext Paris Alternext stock exchange (symbol: ALMDG). They received the prestigious OSEO ANVAR “Innovative Company” Label in 2007 in
recognition of their expertise and innovation in the graphic & finishing industry.
For more information, please visit http://www.mgi-fr.com / http://www.mgi-usa.com
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Laminating machines
04.1390
Varnishing machines, lacquering machines
Product Details
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pre-treat substrate surfaces, which regulates temperature and humidity prior to
printing 3- High capacity pneumatic loader – accomodates up to 3,000 330mm x
487mm sheets (or 13” x 19”), paper or plastic 4- Optional high pile output stacker
with a capacity of up to 6,000 sheets 5- Adjustable offset feeder table, ensuring
precise registration
MGI Digital Graphic Technology
B/ Meteor DP 40 Pro
Envelope feeders
Meteor DP 40 Pro for printing on Paper and Plastic is
ideal for virtually any type of On-Demand and Short
and Medium size-Run 4-Color printing. The METEOR
DP40 has been designed for the ever changing needs
of the Graphic Art professionals (Commercial Printers,
In Plant Printers, Quick Printers, Graphic studios and
Photo labs) providing them with total flexibility in combining Productivity, Quality and Profitability, adapting
their production needs while respecting their investment budget.
EnvelopExpress
The EnvelopExpress is the ideal solution for short and
medium run jobs, allowing customers to easily integrate four-color process and fully personalized envelope printing capabilities into their digital portfolio. An
integrated feeder allows for continuous delivery, which
maximizes output volume without interruption of the
product cycle. The EnvelopExpress can accommodate envelopes in a wide variety of sizes, ranging from
100mm x 140mm or 4”x 5.5” to 315mm x 360mm or 12.4”x 14.2”.
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Paper and Plastic is ideal for virtually any type of On-Demand and Short and
Medium size-Run 4-Color printing. The METEOR DP40 has been designed for
the ever changing needs of the Graphic Art professionals (Commercial Printers,
In Plant Printers, Quick Printers, Graphic studios and Photo labs) providing them
with total flexibility in combining Productivity, Quality and Profitability, adapting
their production needs while respecting their investment budget.
Card manufacturing systems
A/ Meteor DP 60 Pro Paper & Plastic
The Meteor DP 60 Pro multi-substrate Paper & Plastic Digital Press is the flagship model in the DP 60 series. Designed for high volume printing, the DP 60 Pro
has the capability to produce up to 3,900 A4/Letter size
sheets, 1,600 330mm x 487mm (equivalent to 13” x
19”)sheets, and up to 32,000 ISO CR-80 PVC plastic
cards hourly, all in four colors and with full variable data.
It can accommodate sizes up to 330mm x 487mm (13”
x 19”) with a maximum print area of 320mm x 480mm (12.6” x 18.9”).
Meteor DP 40 Pro : Is a great product in the world of short & medium-sized run
digital printing on a wide variety of Paper from thin bond to heavy cover such
as Bristol Paper, Matte or Glossy paper, Linen or textured paper, Chromolux
paper up to 300 gsm and synthetic materials such as Standard PVC, Teslin®
SP, Lexan®, Polyester media up to 320 µ and produce 21 000 PlasticCards per
hour.
The most versatile digital press in the industry, the Meteor DP 60 Pro can print on
a wide range of Paper and Plastic Substrates. For papers from 70 to 350 Gsm
(20lb bond to 130lb cover /194lb index) including matte and glossy papers, CS1
& CS2, textured papers, envelopes, labels/stickers; for Plastics from 100 to 400
µ thickness (up to 16 mil) such as PVC, polycarbonate, polyester, Teslin, vinyl,
PET, and many others. All substrates can be printed in high quality resolutions
of up to 2,400dpi x 200lpi with variable line screen capabilities.
Other unique features of the Meteor DP 60 Pro include: 1- Vibration Reduction System (VRS) 2- Climate Control System - utilizes an infrared module to
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Opens the door to super format on 311 x 457 mm 12” x 18” press sheets, for
printing , booklets, catalogues, Flyer, brochures, Poster, technical documentation, Business Cards, Calendars, Letterheads, Stickers, Adhesives labels on
Paper and Plastic cards, customer reward/ loyalty Cards, membership Cards,
Prepaid cards, Luggage tags, , Access security cards, Menus, Point of sales
Materials, Advertising Marking on synthetic substrate.
Allows you to print on paper from 64 gsm to 300 gsm and on plastic from 4 mil
to 13 mil (or 100 to 320 µ) of polyester or PVC media (you can then laminate by
any means to achieve a 30 mil card). Is equipped with a Print Station Manager®
that includes a Pantone certified FIERY RIP.
Meteor DP 40 Pro manages ICC profiles & is enhanced by an automated colorimetric calibration software program that includes a spectrophotometer & a
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linearization system that manages consumables to ensure the highest quality
color-matching. The HPS (high fidelity) raster generator allows you to modify
the shape of dots and raster angles.
B/ JetVarnish
The perfect complement to offset printed substrates,
MGI’s revolutionary new off-line inkjet spot UV coater
is designed to ensure precise coverage. The JetVarTh