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FLEXO Magazine : June 2011
The difference between F&K and other presses is the amount of waste we don’t generate during set-ups. We offer about 45 feet of run-out per set-up — vs — What did you say you’re wasting now? ablishing press settings & registration on a conventional flexo ess is done while running. This wastes substrate, ink, energy and, as importantly, time. Given that each and every job change equires a set-up, multiply that waste by how many changes you ake in a day, in a week, in a year and the losses are staggering. K flexo presses cut that waste. In fact with our smart GPS™ em of setting register and impression settings before the linders are even put on the press, waste can be cut by90%ormore. Our presses are also designed for modern plants where space is at a premium and efficiency is a primary concern. For example, our face-to-face design option enables boththeunwind&rewindtobeaccessedandmonitoredfromonecentralposition. The highly efficient web path alsominimizes the height requirement. Exceptional performance and features for a remarkably reasonable price. Everyaspect ofan F&Kpress is state-of-the-art,except the price.We’ve addressed operator and maintenanceaccessibility, operateat high speedsandwork withawiderangeof substrates togiveyoumoreflexibility and maximimum potential. It’spremium F&Kperformanceandqualityatahighlycompetitiveprice. Talk F&K with your Bobst representative and learn more about staying competitive by reducing waste, maximizing run-time and using technology to stay ahead. Bobst Group North America, Inc. 146 Harrison Avenue, Roseland, NJ 07068-1294 Tel: 888-226-8800
Sustainable Spring 2011