- September 17, 2012
Based on the company’s ECS 340, this system features a format-free die-cutter. Reportedly, minimal changeover times and virtually waste-free job changes are possible with front loading, a sleeve system, chambered doctor blade, presetting, and a very short web path. The design, based on technical granite, and the Gallus register control function combine to ensure smooth operation and high processing quality even at very fast speeds, company says.
System is said to provide high productivity at minimal cost per label, especially when complementing the Heidelberg Linoprint L. The modular structure also opens up a wide range of applications, company adds, and almost any configuration is possible, from the compact version consisting of a die-cutter and flexographic printing unit to a multicolor configuration with finishing processes.