Standard Printers at All In Print China 2016

Taiyo STF-340 UV flexo label press on demo

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Taiyo STF-340 is a multi-substrate press which offers foiling, lamination, screen, back-side printing, inkjet and diecutting in rollto-roll and roll-to-sheet variants

Mumbai based Standard Printers Providers along with its Japanese principals – Taiyo Kikai will be participating at All in Print to be held from 18 to 22 October 2016 at SNIEC Shanghai, China. In order to meet the demand of multiple processes to be passed in one go, Taiyo Kikai will exhibit the STF-340 UV flexo label press through live demonstration.

According to Gaurav Sachdev of Standard Printers, STF-340 is a multi-substrate press which offers foiling, lamination, screen, back-side printing, inkjet and diecutting in roll-to-roll and roll-to-sheet variants. The press offers servo drives on each printing station and a silk screen unit to print labels, light grammage cartons, film and tube laminates and is an ideal press for print service providers. Along with team members from Taiyo, Sachdev will be available to respond to queries during the five-day trade show.

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