Multitec at Labelexpo India – Stands L5 & L15

Dual servo on the S1 and full UV LED on the E1 label press

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E1 full LED press to be displayed at Labelexpo India 2022. Photo: Multitec Aids
E1 full LED press to be displayed at Labelexpo India 2022. Photo: Multitec Aids

Multitec Aids will be displaying its S1 label press running 12-micron PET film, and another E1 narrow web flexo press shown will be a full LED UV curing machine. The S1 will be demonstrated with dual servo technology, multi-layer capability, and several other new features. The E1 will be an all-LED UV flexo press printing PS labels. Multitec’s inspection slitter rewinder – the QSR will also be displayed. 

Amit Ahuja says, “There has been quite a bit of development over the past four years since the last Labelexpo India show. Many new features have been added to our presses, and the overall offering has been revamped and streamlined. There is more interchangeability within the product matrix, which helps us retain the label converters over the lifecycle of the equipment as the investment in tooling goes down. Other than that, material-saving and time-saving features have been added to Multitec’s narrow web flexo presses. The presses running in the field have adapted well to the major shift toward short-run flexible packaging for laminates and have excelled in that area too.”

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