Standard Printers showcases Taiyo flexo presses

Multicolor web offset press for security printing

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Gaurav Sachdev, director of Standard Printers Providers. Photo PSA
Gaurav Sachdev, director of Standard Printers Providers. Photo PSA

At Pamex 2015, Standard Printers Providers displayed Taiyo STF-340, which is a modular servo-driven UV flexo press, Taiyo TLC-250 – a high-speed CI Drum type multicolor(6-9-12) UV letterpress label printing press with cold/hot stamping, rotary diecut unit, varnishing and curing to suit plain labels, self-adhesive labels, heat shrinkable films and tube laminates, and Taiyo TOF – a high-speed multicolor web offset press for security printing with roll-to-roll, roll-to-sheet, roll-to-pack, UV printing and curing and numbering.

Gaurav Sachdev, director of Standard Printers, said, “Many of the Indian printers
today demand a printing press featuring multiple processes including printing, foiling, lamination, screen, back-side printing, inkjet and diecut, roll-to-roll and roll-to sheet variants in a solo pass. Taiyo, with their vast experience in the flexo printing industry meets the demands of the labels and packaging industry with in-line flexo presses. Pamex 2015 provided us with an opportunity to promote the Taiyo flexo presses and we received positive feedback for machinery from Taiyo.”

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