Rotocontrol to feature hybrid printing and finishing at Labelexpo Americas

The event will take place in Chicago from 13-15 September

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Rotocontrol DT-340 digital label finishing machine with an integrated Domino N610i label press
Rotocontrol DT-340 digital label finishing machine with an integrated Domino N610i label press

Rotocontrol is returning to Labelexpo Americas with an inline hybrid solution featuring the Rotocontrol DT-340 digital label finishing machine with an integrated Domino N610i label press on Stand 331. Labelexpo Americas 2022 takes place in Chicago from 13-15 September.

“With the integration of flexo, diecutting, and digital inkjet printing, the Rotocontrol along with Domino hybrid solution is an advantageous single-pass process meeting all requirements in the label market,” said Marco Aengenvoort, managing director at the company. “We look forward to demonstrating this powerful end-to-end hybrid solution at Labelexpo Americas.”

Rotocontrol will be at Stand 331 in the event

Features of the highly modular hybrid solution include multiple diecutting stations, rotary flexo and flatbed screen printing units, up to seven colors, including opaque white, with 600dpi native print resolution, combining the productivity of flexo printing with the flexibility offered by rapid job change digital technology. The N610i integration module incorporates Domino’s renowned, automated, i-Tech intelligent Technology productivity features for enhanced flexibility and reliability.

A video slideshow with the range of Rotocontrol and Ecoline finishing machines will also be featured on Stand 331.

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