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  • DOCTOR BLADE

    April 16, 2015
    Daetwyler Huntersville, NC, USA Daetwyler has developed a chamber sealing doctor blade for flexographic printing that incorporates a foam tape applied to the doctor blade to provide a positive seal. The company offers foam seals on its entire line…

  • Doctor blades

    November 17, 2014
    Ultimeter line of doctor blades was developed to deliver high performance without the high price, says Benton Graphics. According to the company, Microloy steel, used in all Ultimeter blades, is custom engineered specifically for higher wear resistan…

  • DOCTOR BLADES

    DOCTOR BLADES

    October 14, 2013
    PrimeBlade Sweden has released the second and third development stages of the 900 Nano series. The 900 Nano II doctor blade is produced mainly for water based ink users, users of acidic ink types and for corrugated printers, and also for longer do…

  • NANOCLEANER

    NANOCLEANER

    March 13, 2013
    A greatly enlarged version of the Nanocleaner NWC-1200 was unveiled in the last quarter of 2012. The proven concept of parts cleaning with simultaneous recycling of the detergent fluid was maintained. The vast washing chamber of 120 cm x 60 cm is…

  • Nip Stations

    Nip Stations

    January 23, 2013
    Custom engineered AccuNip nip stations from PFE Rolls, Inc. can be configured for a wide range of uses in the converting industry, including laminating, thermal bonding, web heating/cooling, and web pulling and squeezing. Available in welded steel, c…

  • Solvent ink press

    July 20, 2005
    Solvent ink press Gidue Turate Italy The FS-Combat 530 has a printing width of 20.5" and is specially designed to use solvent-based inks. When a job change or adjustments are needed, the anilox and rubber rollers together with the doctor blad…

  • The North American Label Market

    Lisa Nieves || July 11, 2005
    A special report on the state of the label industry: a look at the economy, the labor problem, the technology, and the markets that are driving today's changes.