PlastIndia 2023: UFlex showcases innovative, sustainable solutions

UFlex exhibited its wide range of printing cylinders, inks, adhesives, coatings, advanced printing, laminating, and slitting machines at PlastIndia 2023, which was held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 1 to 5 February.

01 Feb 2023 | By Rahul Kumar

The UFlex Chemicals Business will showcase its complete range of solutions

At the show, UFlex’s Engineering Business unveiled its Single Station ELS printing machine with an enhanced feature that reduces the changeover time considerably. It will display its innovative solvent-less lamination machine, Standard SPL, which allows simultaneous lamination of printed laminates at the speed of up to 400-m/min on different substrates having heterogeneous mechanical and chemical properties. It will also showcase its slitting machine, Ecoslit 600, a high-speed compact duplex slitter and re-winder with wide web width ranging from 800- to 1300-mm, which enables seamless slitting experiences for converters. 

The UFlex Chemicals Business showcased its complete range of solutions catering to the multiple flexible packaging application, offset, narrow-web, and corrugated packaging applications, such as green inks, adhesives, and coatings that play an instrumental role in the development of packaging applications and enhance sustainability. 

The UFlex Printing Cylinders business displayed a wide range of embossed rotogravure laser engraved cylinders, printing cylinders, and flexo plates for water-based inks that deliver razor-sharp print finesse on multiple substrates. The business will also showcase other premium printing solutions such as its Flexcel NX Flexo plate that delivers 100% pixel-for-pixel accuracy in imaging with Kodak’s squarespot imaging technology to deliver supreme print quality. A Flexcel NX Flexo plate, when combined with Thermal Imaging Layer (TIL) film, unleashes accurate image reproduction from file to finished plate with the highest resolution mask in the graphic arts industry so far. This film requires three to four times less energy when compared to a traditional laser ambition mask (LAMS) layer and eliminates inconsistencies in mask imaging.

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