Vetaphone, Cartes at Labelexpo India 2022

To be held in Greater Noida on 10-13 November

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Weldon Celloplast by Vetaphone (Photo: Vetaphone)

Surface treatment manufacturer Vetaphone will support its agent Weldon Celloplast at Labelexpo India 2022, to be held in Greater Noida on 10-13 November. The Danish company will have several of its corona units on working demonstration at the show.

Vetaphone will show visitors the benefits of a class-leading corona system together with Weldon Celloplast at their stand C9 Hall 1.

On stand F15/17/19 in Hall 3, India-based UV Graphics Technologies will show two Vetaphone VE-A 520 models on its narrow web Ultraflex flexo line, and two VE-A 460 models on its Ultraflex hybrid line, where the digital element is powered by Domino. 

All Vetaphone corona treaters at Labelexpo India have the intelligent 2KW Vetaphone iCorona generators and are fitted with four ceramic electrodes in each unit. 

Vetaphone has a market share exceeding 80 percent in the narrow web sector. The company’s global sales and service network ensures that users are never far from after sales service and technical support, with a ready supply of spare parts. 

Cartes Italy at show

Cartes Italy will also exhibit at hall 1 booth C9 along with its agent Weldon Celloplast. The company’s sales staff will explain to visitors the benefits of: Digital finishing technology, Cartes Jet D-Screen (JDS), combined with its laser die-cutting and converting system for embellishing, finishing, and die-cutting digitally printed labels. 

The Jet D-Screen for digital finishing is conceived with cutting-edge technology, enabling variable data handling and specially designed to create labels embellished with multi-layer effects, in-register varnishing, intricate and thick tactile embossing, security applications, ultra-high precision foil printing, and cast gold with fine detail. 

Cartes’ laser die-cutting, unique with unlimited durability, constant power and consistently perfect cutting quality, is complemented by a range of process automation solutions, such as automatic job changeover via barcode reading, automatic positioning of longitudinal cutting units and turret rewinder, which create the right combination for fully automated digital finishing. 

Embellishing and ennobling labels in a single process, without plant costs and without wasting time and/or material, is now ensured by the combination of two systems Cartes Jet D-Screen (JDS) and Cartes laser technology.  

The Cartes Gemini series offers fully modular solutions for digital finishing for creating metal doming, high build varnish and Braille effects (Jet D-Screen), flexographic varnishing and printing, cast and cure, semi-rotary die-cutting and laser die-cutting and converting.  

The Cartes GT 360 series offers fully modular solutions for digital finishing for creating metal doming, high build varnish and Braille effects (Jet D-Screen), flexographic printing and varnishing, high productivity screen printing, hot stamping, cast gold/3D, hologram application, cut window removal, application of labels on labels, high and low embossing, flat die-cutting, semi-rotary die-cutting and laser die-cutting and converting.

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