The DC350NANO from Grafisk Maskinfabrik (GM) is ideal for entry-level digital label printers. It can be used as a converter for a small digital press or as a backup to an existing finishing line.
According to Kevin Tucker, label and narrow web product manager at local representative Beswick Machinery, the DC350NANO is the most compact unit in GM’s series of label finishing machines. It’s a cost-effective unit that features self-adhesive lamination, semi-rotary die cutting and length slitting of label web widths up to 350mm.
Additionally, this label finishing machine can be integrated with standard MemJet modules and used as a hybrid digital press.
‘The unit can be set up as an inline extension to a digital label press, allowing the web to continue directly into the converter from the press or as a standard offline unit. With semi-rotary die cutting, lamination and a genuine pneumatic knifebox with crush knives, the NANO is perfect for short-run label production,’ Kevin explains.
It can achieve line speeds of up to 45m/min semi-rotary and 72m/min full-rotary.
‘The DC350NANO provides easy and quick print-to-cut registration, requiring no station movement or mechanical set-up,’ he states.
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