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FLEXO Magazine : April 2012
Stack & Count In-Mold Labels Schober will feature its latest innovation at drupa--high-speed robotic technology for stacking and counting long and complex runs of in-mold labeling products processed on RSM rotary cutting machinery. Ideal for challenging IML designs, this new introduction complements the proven RSM product line and will be show- cased in Hall 11, Stand C-O6. The RSM family, when coupled with the high-speed robotic deliv- ery option, is capable of speeds up to 164 ft/min (50 m/min). An inspection system for 100 percent quality verification with integrated waste separation is also available, making this ideal for the cost- effective converting of IML & other discrete labels. Flexibility, Productivity, Quality Live demos of the successful Gallus ICS670 machine system will focus on a host of technological innovations and reveal the key advantages of in-line production with respect to flexibility, productivity and quality. Gallus will be demonstrating its HiDefflexo printingTM system that it says results in top-drawer print quality at all speeds, from proofing to full production speed. It happens in Hall 6, Stand C-26. Temperature-controlled anilox rollers, dynamic printing pressure adjustment and perfectly matched components, such as inking systems and printing plates, open the door for extraordinarily demanding applications. Moreover, the use of ink cartridges, sleeve technology and chambered doctor blade systems can reduce setup and changeover times to an absolute minimum. HiDefflexo printingTM modules can be made ready outside the machine system and be incorporated into any EVA (easy value add) platform without any need for tools. A new blank ejection option for the Gallus FCL flat-bed die-cutter is being rolled out specially to coincide with drupa 2012. A 100 percent inspection system detects faulty blanks, which can then be ejected on a lane-by-lane basis with no restriction on blank length. Up to eight lanes of blanks can be monitored individually. The system guarantees 100 percent quality control in the in-line production of folding carton blanks. www.flexography.org april 2012 FLEXO 55