Denmark’s Grafisk Maskinfabrik launches new converting machine

The DC350MINIflex is a new member of DC350 line

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The machine has a web width of 350mm

Denmark-based provider of solutions for the self-adhesive label converting, finishing and flexible packaging industry, Grafisk Maskinfabrik (GM), has launched its latest converting machine – the DC350MINIflex – a compact finisher.

The DC350MINIflex is a continuation of DC330MINIflex and the new member of DC350 line. It has been designed with semi-rotation in varnish, die cutting, slitting and dual rewind as standard and can be upgraded with value options like spot varnish, cold foil, lamination, SmartSlit or SmartCrush slitting, SmartStrip and more.

The machine’s GM SmartFlexo station flower style with semi-rotation allows for format free print with only one cliché cylinder and with registration system for spot varnish and cold foil print. Another GM Smart module – the GM SmartStrip ensures trouble-free operation even while converting delicate substrates and complex label shapes at high speed. The rewinding section can be upgraded with GM semi-automatic Turret which allows shorter runs to be produced both quickly and more efficiently.

According to GM, the new MINIflex works in line with all major digital presses, offering label printers a complete and versatile solution for high volume digital printing. The 350mm web width allows the machine to be combined with digital presses with a larger print width and thus opens new possibilities for label converters, according to GM.

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