Lemorau to show 8 machines at Brussels

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Lemorau will showcase a total of 8 machines at Labelexpo Europe 2019. These includes their most recent developments, the MEBR+ Modular Digital Finishing Machine; the DIGI LC entry level digital printing, coating and finishing machine; the ICR3 inspection and finishing machine; the EBRM+ rotary and semi-rotary table top finishing machine; a CRM table top slitter rewinder; an automatic and manual core cutter CTA and CT; and, two ER400 roll lifters in standard and 2000mm sizes.

The MEBR+ digital finishing machine was developed in a modular concept for its flexibility of configurations and the possibility of modules to be added later on according to customer needs. It runs in full rotary and semi-rotary mode and is equipped with servo driven compensator system which provides superior web tension control when running in semi-rotary. The machine being showcased will have a flexo module added to the standard configuration.

The DIGI LC is an affordable solution that can print, coat and die cut all in one process. This is based on high resolution inkjet production on web widths ranging from 50 to 250mm. The ICR3 inspection and finishing machine offers high working speed and high quality finished rolls with an optional video inspection system.

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