Vinsak to show presses from Lombardi, ABG, Iwasaki, and Rietstack

Vinsak at Labelexpo Brussels 2019, Stand 11A08

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Lombardi Synchroline 430
Lombardi Synchroline 430

Lombardi Converting Machinery sold by Vinsak in India is showcasing presses targeted to three fields of application ‒ label printing, digital and finishing and flexible packaging ‒ at Labelexpo Brussels 2019.

Synchroline 430, fully servo flexo, can print on any type of material. One of the major requests of the printers today is the possibility of printing on extensible materials needed for the packaging industry. The problems of maintenance of the printing register in these cases are well known by the printers. Here, the technology of the electrical shaft becomes crucial for the printing industry that looks for maximum versatility and the possibility of working on a wide range of materials.

Bravo, high performance, flat-bed screen printing unit is capable of highlighting the finest details, volumes and color intensity. Easy in-house preparation of screens, lower screen cost and compatibility with a range of screen inks are some of the features that make this unit unique on the market. Designed as an alternative to off-line printing processes, it enables the production of quality labels in a single process.

Digistar Inkjet, a hybrid press that combines digital (Domino-N6i) and flexographic printing in one solution, comes equipped with a special range of Lombardi finishing units.

Toro is the in-line flat-bed foils embossing and hologram in-setting system. it is the ideal solution for labels, wine, spirits and security. Its movable head allows the processing of several foils in a single pass. It also has high stroke frequency.

The new Invicta- i2 is a new line created for high-quality flexible packaging in the mid-web sector. Strong, powerful structure of the line with 50 mm thick frame. Completely gearless as well as shaftless with direct drive motorization of the 3 print axes — anilox, plate and chilled drum. Print format is up to 36 inches and web width up to 1100 millimeters. It can reach up to 1 square meter of printable material.

ABG – Stand 6A37

ABG is displaying its Digicon Series 3 digital finishing equipment at the show. So far there have been over 1000 Digicon machine installations worldwide. The high-speed equipment is capable of adding a wide range of finishes to labels, packaging and shrink sleeves. Digicon Series 3 systems are modular in design so that they can be tailored to meet individual needs.

The key features and benefits of the machines include fast track die-cutting. The world’s fastest semi-rotary die-cutting system is able to run at 150 meters per minute and can work in-line with digital print engines.

Automatic time saving and embellishment modules comprise crossover module, rail mounting system, gap sensing and knife setting, lamination in register module, flatbed screen printing module, die plate loading and un-loading, big foot 50-ton capacity hot foil and embossing module. The benefits and features include accuracy, flexibility, ease of use, time-saving, fast, and roll-to-roll or roll-to-sheet printing.

The Digilase Series 3, a digital finishing machine, with laser cutting technology does not require traditional die-cutting tools which saves cost, set-up time, wastage, storage space and the need for heavy manual lifting. Both short and long runs can be processed quickly so that same day delivery can be possible for a wide range of labels. As a stand-alone module, the Digilase laser cutting unit can be integrated into other digital label finishing lines, or any other rotary, web-fed machine.

Iwasaki – Stands 7B30, 7B43

Intermittent flexo label printing machine (IF 330) by Iwasaki solves current market requirements. It has a controller panel and can be synchronized with a standard control panel and a tablet terminal. It is possible to change the anilox roll using lesser tools. One can also significantly reduce the setup time. It is equipped with the industry standard of guide-less and shaft-less (single servomotor control) function. It can use solid cold foil and add value by printing on it.

Rietstack – Stand 11A43

Launching the new IML die-cut and stacking solution, the IRS stand-alone converting machine is equipped for the production of label stacks in various materials including IML, paper, carton, and film from a pre-printed reel. The IRS is designed to produce small reels from a preprinted mother reel by means of longitudinal cutting of self-adhesives, foil and paper materials. Thanks to the servo-driven die-cutting station and a special control system, the machine is able to provide an in register die-cut production.

Fully accurate automatic inline counting and stacking of products, ready for wrapping or boxing, it is ideal for laser sheets, mailings, envelopes, pads, cut sets, photo paper, and standard and in-mold labels. The stackers are usable in all rotary presses, as well as for label printing presses for full automatic in-line counting end stacking of products such as, laser sheets, label, mailings, signatures, envelopes, pads, cut sets, in-mold, photo paper and packaging.

The Vinsak Global team from India, Middle East and Africa is present in full strength at these stands to support their customers and prospects. Personalized demos can be booked via a prior appointment.

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