Cartes to participate in Labelexpo Americas

It will showcase its new Jet D-Screen module GE363VJL at the event

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Cartes’ new Jet D-Screen module GE363VJL Photo: Cartes
Cartes’ new Jet D-Screen module GE363VJL Photo: Cartes

Cartes, known for developing innovative solutions for the self-adhesive and linerless reel-to-reel web printing finishing and converting processes, is participating at Labelexpo Americas. The event is taking place from 13-15 September. Cartes’ innovative digital finishing technology, the Cartes Jet D-Screen, combined with its outstanding laser diecutting system, builds a perfect blend for digital converting processing.

Cartes will also showcase its GT360 Series at the show

The new Jet D-Screen module GE363VJL offers state-of-art technology specially designed to create outstanding labels garnished by multi-layer effects, spot coating, complex tactile raise volumes and braille printing, as well as detailed foiling and metallic doming transferring.

The laser diecutting system adds a variety of solutions aimed at process automation, such as automatic job changeover by barcode reading, automatic slitting positioning and turret rewinding systems, creating a perfect combination for digital finishing. This combination enables just one process with no tooling costs or material waste.

The company will also showcase laser converting features and established GT360 Series for the conventional embellishment of high-end labels.

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