Bobst to present a range of solutions at Plastindia

Bobst at Plastindia – Hall 8, Stand C63, C64

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The new Bobst K5 Vision vacuum metallizer

Bobst, a worldwide leading supplier of equipment and services for packaging and label manufacturers, will showcase the new K5 Vision vacuum metallizer at Plastindia 2018.

Developed specifically for CPP film manufacturers and converters. the K5 Vision is a machine capable of running at high speeds, delivering high output and is a perfect fit for high web requirements. On the other hand, Bobst has also enhanced its extrusion coating and coating lines by introducing the new CO 500 and CO 800 coating machines. The machines are incorporated with a string of technical developments in an array of segments.

The company will showcase RS 6003 alongside RS 5002 for customers from the gravure printing segment. Bobst will also exhibit two lamination machines—the CL 750 and SL 750—which are known for delivering best-in-class performance for a wide spectrum of substrates and web combinations in high-end packaging segment. The Bobst M6 line typically highlights the advantages of UV flexo and all-inone-pass multi-processing printing along with the benefits of Bobst digital flexo automation combined with 7-color REVO extended color gamut printing.

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