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FLEXO Magazine : August 2014
A member of ACTEGA WIT is the narrow web label ink expert, formulating inks that perform more reliably, create less downtime and work beautifully. If you want the best results, you need the best ink. See our innovative new UV ink line at Labelexpo, visit us at Booth #335! Ink smarter. “Likewise, there are two other points that concern printers, such as energy efficiency and color reduction. Therefore, they seek more energy efficient machines with frequency inverters, reversible power supplies, more efficient motors, more compact drying equipment, heat exchangers, reduction of compressed air consumption, optimization of processes and parameters, and decreasing downtimes.” W&H Corp., for its part, proclaimed that it has always used the most energy efficient systems available. Under the company's “Greenova- tion” philosophy, “All machinery is designed to be as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible.“ Marketing and technical team members at the Lincoln, RI firm agreed: “Automation modules for quicker setup, registration, change- overs, color matching and ink cleaning are essential.” They also added that rapid changeovers “are a must” and “compact, patented ‘space frame’ design offers extreme rigidity.” Topping customers’ wish lists, according to W&H experts: easy, quick automated setup and changeovers, as well as less scrap. Of utmost importance is the ability to accommodate many short runs in a single day. “Fully automated presses can be linked to customers’ software, so that centralized planning is possible. The planning department can feed the information back to the press, so that a changeover can be made at the push of a button in the pressroom.” “Graphic quality has improved exponentially. Changes have been made to flexo presses to print images at the intended degree of quality. ” AUGUST 2014 | FLEXO 79 Comexi F4