Anand Singh, the vice-president, technical, Packtime Innovations, said, “Omet printing presses are robust, operator-friendly, ergonomically designed and adaptive to various inline processes. Overall, the machine is supported by highly skilled, knowledgeable, humble and polite team. Without team support, it’s tough to run such printing presses.”
The kit installed at Packtime is an eight-colour, 530mm printing press equipped with online UV, hot air drying, one rotogravure station, two corona treaters, web cleaner and online camera system.
“The Xflex X6 flexo press is a payback investment for any company looking for high productivity, efficiency and astonishing printing results, said Kanwardeep Sahni, director, Weldon Celloplast. Weldon is the India representative of Omet.
Sahni adds that the press can integrate several printing and converting technologies inline and process all kind of substrates, from 12-micron film to light cartons, producing many types of applications to satisfy the requests of different target markets.
It has operator-friendly features like fully removable inking cassettes and light ink pans, automatic setup and pre-registration, easy link to intranet and ERP. Also, its flexo direct-drive technology and gearless concept eliminate even the smallest imperfection.
“Packtime is a prestigious customer and will be creating innovative labels and packaging on the Omet XFlex X6,” Sahni added.