Prati to introduce Digifast One

Labelexpo Europe Stand 5C41

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Prati
Chiara Prati, Sales and marketing manager of Prati

At Labelexpo Europe 2015, Prati will introduce its latest digital finishing equipment, Digifast One. With speeds up to 80 metres a minute, the press requires just 8 minutes to complete the set up – thanks to smart design features and intuitive controls that can help switch from one job to the next in no time at all.

Significant savings from reduced waste

No more than 18 metres of waste, the digital finishing equipment can provide a huge difference if compared to existing equipment. This not only saves on running costs and materials, but keeps processing time to what is essential and avoids large waste volumes which need to be handled without generating any revenue.

Sales and marketing manager of Prati, Chiara Prati said, “This may not be the first digital finishing solution on the market. It is, however, a fundamental step forward in terms of performance, helping our customers reach new levels of productivity, save time and cut back on waste. A high-speed, top-quality solution.”

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