Mark Andy says it has completely renovated its classic Model 2200 flexographic press, and will feature it at the Graphics of Americas show in Miami, March 2-4, 2007.
According to Steve Schulte, national sales director, the 2200 is available in three option class levels, “providing the maximum capability, versatility and customization in the 2200 line”. The new 2200 line ranges from an economical “L” class, to the upgraded high-speed “XL” class, to the power-packed “XLS” featuring servo technology. The multiple configurations can meet a variety of specific needs, Schulte says, and each model is upgradeable, so future growth and expansion can be achieved on the same machine.
“Mark Andy boasts technical versatility and flexibility as a key innovation in the new 2200, along with higher speed productivity and quality performance,” he adds. “QC Quick Change Cassettes and QC Quick Change Drawers coupled with innovative registration, new drying and servo technology, are only a few of the many new options available to converters.”