Medpack in Hyderabad installs new E-Diff die-cutting from Vinsak

Vinsak launches the E-Diff system for narrow web presses

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Vinsak launches the E-Diff system for narrow web presses for the production of labels
Vinsak launches the E-Diff system for narrow web presses for the production of labels

The E-Diff system from Vinsak, powered by Tecnocut of Spain, is a revolutionary product in controlling die-cutting systems in web presses used to produce labels. 

The system allows an electronic variable adjustment with micrometric precision (+/- 0.001 mm) between the anvil roll and the magnetic cylinder. Unlike similar mechanical products on the market, which have a larger step size, need regular mechanical adjustments and lubricants, and are not as accurate, the E-diff system claims to be miles ahead in technology. 

The system will replace the existing anvil roller in the die-cutting station, allowing a flexible die to perfectly cut into pressure-sensitive materials virtually independent of the liner thickness (glassine, kraft, synthetic) with a maximum + and – correction of 0.1 mm.

Vinsak says the unique E-Diff system can electronically change the air gap in three different ways: Operating side, Driving side, and Overall.

Key advantages of the E-Diff system:

  • The E-Diff system can (normally) be installed by simply replacing the anvil roller.
  • Clear HMI (touchscreen).
  • Initializing function to return to zero (starting) position automatically.
  • Possibility to store settings per job (as a reference position).
  • The system will automatically generate a signal for maintenance (greasing).

The first of such systems has been recently installed on a Lombardi Synchroline 330 mm press at a customer in Hyderabad, Medpack India.

Muralidhar T, Director of Medpack India
Muralidhar T, Director of Medpack India

Medpack is a new start-up in the pharmaceutical packaging space. Launched by technocrats with a strong reputation in label manufacturing, Medpack wants to offer its pharmaceutical clients cutting edge functional products”, said Muralidhar T, Director of Medpack India. 

Vinsak is known to bring the latest cutting-edge technology to the packaging and converting markets in the region and address unique customer needs with the highest accuracy. 

Harshad More – National head Service, Vinsak India believes these accessories will help label printers enhance quality, reduce production cost and also save time and material when label presses are retrofitted with these modules. The issues of a deep cut, marks on release paper are just some that cause problems for smooth dispensing on high-speed lines, and the accessories from Vinsak seem to be a solution. 

 

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