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Print Square forays into flexo printing

19 December 2016

Libaspur-based packaging specialist in Delhi, Print Square, has installed a Lombardi Synchroline 330 flexo press along with a Vinsak LSR 330, which is equipped with a EyeC inspection system.

print-square-01 The Synchroline 330 is an eight-colour UV flexo press.

SK Aggarwal, director at Print Square, said that Print Square, which catered to major clients from the pharma segment, was looking to enter the label printing business and provide more solution to its clients. “We wanted to include a flexoPress at our factory. So, we decided to go for Lombardi Synchroline 330 based on positive reviews from the market.” 

The Synchroline 330 is an eight-colour UV flexo press. The machine is equipped with a pre-registered system, a Corona treatment unit; a Lombardi patented Air Blade System (ABS), and servo motors on each of the printing as well as die-cutting units of the press.

The Synchroline with Vinsak LSR 330 will act as a complete flexo solution for both label printing and finishing, said Agarwal. “The Synchroline will be used for label printing with lamination and gold foiling; Vinsak LSR 330 will be used for slitting and rewinding of printed labels while the EyeC 100% Inspection system will give added advantage to detect faulty labels.”

This is the third Lombardi Synchroline in India with a span of 18 months, and all credit goes to Vinsak for the success, said, Massimo Lombardi, director of Italian label press manufacturer Lombardi Converting Machinery, who was present at the Vinsak stand during Labelexpo India. “Synchroline 330 is our next-generation full servo UV flexo press and it is getting popular because of precision and ease of use.”

Neeraj Sharma, executive director at Vinsak, said, “It’s a good investment for Print Square considering Synchrolineflexo press with LSR to enter into flexography market. Print Square will definitely reap fruits from this investment as the huge flexo market is there to be captured in India.”

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