POLAR to exhibit highly automated LabelSystem

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POLAR LabelSystem DC-11plus – Precutting into strips

At LabelExpo Europe, POLAR will showcase its highly automated LabelSystem DC-11plus. With a capacity of up to 1,440 label packs per hour, the DC-11plus die-cutting system sets the benchmark in wet-glue label production. This will be the first presentation of POLAR with its cooperation partner Gallus.

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The POLAR LabelSystem DC-11plus

POLAR LabelSystem DC-11plus is designed for the highly-automated in-line production of banded die-cut labels. The operator is supported by a menu-driven setup which considerably reduces the required time. A job changeover is possible within just 15 minutes thanks to the ‘OptiChange’ feature. Even cutting waste can be minimized. OnePunchRegister needs only one single package to correctly adjust the cutting die to the printed image. The LabelSystem also reflects POLAR’s famous accuracy in cutting. Ultimate die-cutting precision is ensured by locking the material in position. All settings on the LabelSystem can be made without any tools.

LabelSystem DC-11plus is not only suited for all common label papers, but also for other materials, such as plastic cards.

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