Alliance Printech to show Novaflex presses

Labelexpo India Stand B13

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At Labelexpo India, Alliance Printech will run live demonstrations of Novaflex ELS XS6, a highly configured 8-color all UV servo press

Indian label press manufacturer Alliance Printech will present two flexo label presses at Labelexpo India 2016. The company will run live demonstrations of Novaflex ELS XS6, a highly configured 8-color all UV servo press. The press has features such as cold foil, lamination, diecutting unit, web cleaning and corona treatment. It is also possible to customize the press according to customers’ requirements with features such as relam/delam, embossing and lamination, amongst other features. The press has a short web path measuring 1.5 m with speeds up to 150 m/min.

The company will also display a more economical and semi-automatic press—the Novaflex XS4—at the event. This press is also an 8-color press although a 6-color model will be demonstrated at Labelexpo India 2016. Both the presses can print on a variety of substrates including paper, film and foils.

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