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AB Graphic opens new plant, introduces rewinder



Published May 9, 2007
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AB Graphic International will host an open house in June to celebrate the official opening of its new manufacturing plant located at Bridlington, East Yorkshire, England. The event will take place June 20, and will be repeated in the same format on June 21, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“This event is an opportunity for visitors to see our full range of equipment, including RFID insertion and several Omega Digicon lines,” says Tony Bell, sales director. “These will be demonstrated with the HP4500 digital print engine. We will also preview the new Omega 410 film rewinder developed to meet the increased use of servo driven presses for unsupported films, prior to its official launch at Labelexpo Europe in September.”

Visitors will also see models from the Vectra range of turret rewinders, including the glue-less turret, SGTR 330 with core loader and an LCTR330 traditional glue turret.

The Digicon converting lines for digitally printed webs will be demonstrated alongside the Omega TI 150, designed to integrate RFID and EAS tags as well as other types of inserts into finished rolls of pressure sensitive labels. Other models featured include the Omega SR 330, inspection slitter rewinder integrated with the fleye camera system for 100 percent automated inspection, the TT270 high speed table top inspection slitter rewinder, an Omega converting line with diecutting and rewinding into Vectra and an Omega film rewinding machine.

From its flytec range, AB Graphic International will demonstrate the B5000 Booklet machine for labels needing high content information and the flytec 100 with fleye camera and ink jet for in-line finishing, inspection and numbering.

Contact Tony Bell at info@abgint.com to receive invitations and more information.


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