Hall 8a Stand D63

Tecnau to introduce Libra One CS, Stacker s25, TC 7000 W cutter

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Tecnau will show Libra One, a fully integrated and automated system, allowing variability from one book to the next in height, width, thickness and imposition, at drupa 2016

The new Stacker s25 will be shown along with the well-established Cutter c23. The Stacker s25 features a new gripper technology to provide reliable, damage-free handling of heavy-ink-coverage graphic arts applications. Moreover, on display will be Tecnau’s WebVision quality monitoring system.

Tecnau will present an expanded version of Tecnau Connect, a central platform to control the most complex Tecnau finishing lines, collect data and generate reports, enable remote technical support and perform essential integrity controls. The company will also introduce the TC 7000 W cutter, supporting web widths up to 560 mm (22 inches). The guillotine cutter supports a wide range of media, from 50 to 250 gsm.

Two solutions for long sheet cutting and stacking, the new Stacker s28 and High Pile Stacker h10 will be displayed. The Stacker s28 is based on the well-established Stacker s20 and is designed to collect up to 250 mm tall offset stacks of sheets, up to 28 inches long (710 mm), with automatic job separation, in order to support the increasing demand for short-run commercial print applications such as calendars, posters and banners. The High Pile Stacker h10 is aimed at higher-volume users, as it collects high piles up to 700 mm tall on a pallet for easy transport to further finishing.

Tecnau will also introduce NewsReady, an entry level solution for digitally printed newspaper production. The modular design offers a high degree of flexibility for users, allowing the system to be configured for short-run newspaper production and then changed over to 1-up and 2-up offset stack output such as books and commercial print applications.

Packaging South Asia is the cooperating media partner for drupa 2016 which is scheduled to be held from 31 May to 10 June at Dusseldorf, Germany.

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