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FLEXO Magazine : April 2011
Apex North America Booth # 907, 909 65 Washington St. Donora, PA 15033 Tel.: 724-379-8880 www.apexnorthamerica.com ContaCt(s): Aaron Lessing, North Ameri- can director of sales and marketing; John Batistatos, North American narrow web sales director; Ken Ralton, Apex Group manager; Jim Hensley, MW sales Apex Group presents Genetic Transfer Technology (GTT), a reinvention of the anilox roll engineered by a whole new ceramic composition and surface geometry that is empowering printers to their highest potential. Expanding the print range of a traditional anilox roll, it can allow you to slash your anilox roll inventor y in half. GTT prints cleaner and denser, while reducing mottling, pinholing, ha- loing and dot gain. It can potentially increase ink mileage. Run faster, reduce downtime, get one step closer to standardization and significantly boost profitability. See our ad insert on the back cover and pages 147-156. Applied Laser Engineering Ltd. Booth # 831 Molesey Business Centre, Central Ave. West Molesey, Surrey, U .K . Tel.: 44-20-8941-1101 www.appliedlaser.co .uk ContaCt(s): Brendan Pollard, managing director; Philip Limberger, financial director; Ed Birch, marketing executive Applied Laser Engineering is the world- leading manufacturer of high-definition laser engraving systems. The Meridian family of engravers includes the Progressive, Finesse, 2000, Atlas and Midas. These systems are used to produce geometric, graphic and 3D engraving into ceramics, metals, and natural and synthetic polymers for anilox rolls, flexo rollers, sleeves and plates, as well as dry offset and letterpress plates and embossing rollers for intaglio and gravure. ARC Internaional Booth # 925, 1024 10955 Withers Cove Park Dr. Charlotte, NC 28278 Tel.: 704-588-1809 www.arcinternational.com ContaCt(s): Mike Foran, president; Steve Woodard, vice president, corporate services; Mike Calvano; Ashley Foran, marketing director ARC International will exhibit its Hyper- sonic Hybrid laser engraving technology and the HV Extended Cell patterns. These latest configurations, produced with “thermal melt- ing” of the ceramic for added durability, offer expanded volume ranges, while maintaining efficient depth-to-opening ratios. ARC will also promote its Dura-Sleeve anilox sleeve technology with its revolutionary bladder construction and protective end caps for extended wear. In addition, plate cylinders, impression cylinders and rubber rollers, in both diamond and chevron patterns, will be on display. Asahi Kasei America, Inc. Booth # 715, 814 3800 Camp Creek Pkwy., B ldg. 2400, Ste. 122 Atlanta, GA 30331 Tel.: 404-344-1223 www.asahi-afp.com ContaCt(s): Joseph Bauer, vice presi- dent, sales and marketing; Osamu (Sam) Yamamoto, vice president, planning; David Chinnis, senior technical advisor Asahi Kasei Corp. is one of the world’s leading chemical companies, with 28,000 employees and consolidated sales of $5 billion USD. Asahi provides innovative solutions to a diverse range of markets including fibers, chemicals, construction, electronics and health care. The Photoprod- ucts Division is a top supplier of photopoly- mer printing plates to the global flexographic printing industry. The product line includes our Asahi Flexo Plate solvent plates and our AWP water washable digital plate. Atlas Converting, North America, Inc. Booth # 738 9801-F Southern Pine Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28273 Tel.: 704-587-2450 Fax.: 704-587-2451 www.atlasconverting.com ContaCt(s): Thierry Fontolliet, general manager; Barrie Homewood, sales and mar- keting director; Brian M. Stiff, sales manager Atlas Converting Equipment Ltd. (UK) is a world leader in supplying slitter rewind- ers for film and flexible materials. Its world renowned product lines are Atlas and Titan. For flexo printers, the Titan range comprises the compact ER610 cantilever slitter, the versatile, high-performance SR8 twin-shaft cantilever slitter and for much higher produc- tion volumes, the CT610 automatic twin-turret rewinder. See our ad on page 43. Bender U.S. Booth # 1111 2150 E. 37th St. Los Angeles, CA 90058-1417 Tel.: 323-232-2371 / 800-835 -4264 www.benderus.com ContaCt(s): Doug Martin, account man- ager ; Bruce Perry, vice president, sales and marketing When the surface of a central impression cylinder begins to show its age, it’s time to call Bender, a veteran in machine performance, field service and spray coatings. On-site, in-press surface restoration is our specialty and that can save printers $50,000, $75,000 or more. Bender ’s metallurgical lab has devel- oped two highly effective coatings for central impression cylinders. A mobile service mod- ule is ready to travel to meet your restoration needs. Capabilities include in-press grinding, spot repair, hypersonic spray, finish grinding and super finishing. Rossini North America, LLC 4305 Creek Park Drive - Suwanee, GA 30024 - USA Tel. +1 (678) 482-0835 - Fax +1 (678) 482-0837 - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.rossini-spa.it Quality • Innovation • Service • Development • 2 independent work heads • Rigid steel machine bed with linear guides • Fully automated with adjustable speeds • Low Ra values without the need to polish • Option for bearing support system • Very easy to use with fast ROI • Guaranteed high performance cleaning • Oscillating & indexing fabric system • Integrated solvent delivery • Operates during press set-up • Eliminates press down-time • Improves press speeds & print quality Prima 200/250/300 SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO RE-SURFACE AND UNDERCUT RUBBER SLEEVES AND ROLLERS Clean-Up DRY MEDIA ANILOX CLEANING SYSTEM ROSSINIFLEXOEQUIPMENT Before After Evolution AUTOMATIC CLEANING SYSTEM FOR FLEXO CENTRAL IMPRESSION DRUM • Adjustable racks for varying length sleeves • Formed steel construction prevents torsion of racks • Safe sleeve positioning to prevent damage • Racks move easily when operation from either end • Modular design allows for easy expansion • No superstructure support system needed • Vertical unit utilizes less floor space • More ergonomic positioning of sleeve in machine • Accommodates variable length & dia. sleeves • Low pressure operation • Filtration & recycling of media • Multiple narrow-web sleeves cleaned simultaneously Seeu s a t Boo t h1015 / 1016 Sleeve Storage INNOVATIVE AND ADJUSTABLE SYSTEM GUARANTEED NOT TO TWIST esec-pubUSAequipment ok_Layout 1 07/03/11 18.16 Pagina 1 62 FLEXO april 2011 www.flexography.org