When Mark Andy sets up its booth at Graphics of the Americas later this month, it will unveil a new version of its highly regarded 2200 press. The updated machine is now capable of printing unsupported films and is driven by servo motors.
The company says that the addition of film capability to the 2200 provides an affordable solution for printers to make a transition into growing film markets. The addition of servo technology can result in minimized material waste and lower maintenance costs, while offering fully automated registration control and remote diagnostics.
“Incorporation of these additions to the 2200 means that Mark Andy now has the broadest range of printing and converting lines in the world,” says Jeff Feltz, director of product management.
The updated 2200 press will be on display in booth 1178 at Graphics of the Americas, February 28 to March 1 at the Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami, FL, USA. Technical representatives will be on hand to discuss film markets as well as the latest technologies available for any in-line application. More information is available from Jill Smith.
Mark Andy, based in Chesterfield, MO, USA, also manufactures Comco presses and UVT curing systems.
Mark Andy introduces film-capable, servo-driven 2200 press
Published February 13, 2008
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