What's New in Narrow Web

Treater Offers Web Cleaning
Softal 3DT LLC, Hamilton, OH; 262/253-6700; softal3dt.com
CLRE narrow web corona treating system offers integrated web cleaning of conductive and nonconductive materials. Designed for label printing, it is said to eliminate set-up changes between treatments and cleanings.

New Inks Bring Many Benefits
Water Ink Technologies, Lincoln, NC; 704/735-8282; waterinktech.com
PureFlex ink formulations offer low viscosity and high strength, co. says, adding product is among industry's safest. UV (ultraviolet) process inks are said to offer low, pourable viscosity, high density, and extended stability. Reportedly, they are formulated to cure fast with sharp character definition and crisp edges on dots.

Software Package Helps Manage Inventory, Jobs
CRC Information Systems Inc., Scottsdale, AZ; 480/443-9494; crcinfosys.com
Newest version of THE System features comprehensive, label-specific software package. System includes a range of modules from fully integrated Web-based order-entry and inventory-management modules to item-driven estimating and tracking applications. Also available is the e-Finished Goods Order Entry module.

System Manages Print
Computer Productivity Services, Mississauga, Ont., Canada; 888/867-4741; cpsinc.ca
Stand-alone print management system is designed for the small label converter or branch plant label converter looking for fast, easy-to-learn system. Said to improve productivity and reduce administrative costs; reduce customer service problems by sharing real time information with all authorized users; save time, and reduce mistakes.

Die-Cut with Versatility
Sohn Mfg., Elkhart Lake, WI; 920/876-3361; sohnmanufacturing.com
Rotary die-cutter can register the rotary die to preprinted stock, laminate and register the rotary to preprinted stock, and register the die to pre-die-cut materials. Available in 5-, 10-, and 13-in. web widths, with widths to 40 in. available on request. Die-cutters are designed to cut a wide range of materials.


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