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3C! Packaging: Label manufacturing equipment

3C! Packaging introduces state-of-the-art label manufacturing equipment.
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A 13” FB-3300, 6-Color, Servo Flexo Press from Nilpeter: Offering a broad range of multi-substrate packaging materials, the advanced modular UV-flexo press provides fast make-ready and run speeds.  The machine’s Print Management Centre helps control all print jobs and allows users to preset process and production parameters, ensuring exceptional quality. 

Roll Inspection Mapping System (RIMS) from Label Vision Systems: The RIMS is a high-speed, closed loop system that allows operators to detect, track and store the smallest of errors during printing runs with 100% quality control.  Once the run is completed, users can determine whether the labels meet quality control expectations and, if necessary, run splicing and roll fixing error changes via an off-line rewind/slitter device.

A CEI 130 EX Slitter/Rewinder from Converting Equipment International: The servo-driven machine offers slitting by both razor and shear knife, and features a 40” unwind, a 24” single or dual rewind, an electronic web guide with ultrasonic sensor, and end-of-line inspection.
 

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