The Synchroline 430 at the show is an eight-colour machine with Toro and Bravo units, fully servo assisted with automatic register and pre-register.
Ranesh Bajaj of Vinsak, said, “It’s a 'universal machine' because there are no limitations of printable materials: BOPP, PVC, PE, PET, paper, adhesive paper, thermal paper, cardboard, paired materials. We bring inline solutions as an alternative to offline processes. For example, with Toro and Bravo units now it's possible to realize precious labels with only one press like our Synchroline.”
The Invicta 630 is a six-colour, full servo and totally gearless flexo machine. It has 10 motors for each printing unit and sleeve technology with pre-register and auto-register control. The Digistar is a five-colour machine equipped with Domino inkjet units, semi-rotary flexo unit, cold foil and semi-rotary die. “The idea is to combine digital printing and finishing in a single operation. It is ideal for small runs,” said Bajaj.
Bajaj added, “At this Labelexpo, Lombardi aims to show the modularity of the company, the ability to go toward the needs of our customers with modular solutions to face the changes of this market in the best way.”
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