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Spartanics-Systec technology on display in Germany

January 20, 2009

A February open house will feature demonstrations of screen printing, laser cutting and slitting.

Spartanics-Systec will present an open house demonstration of its new screen printing, laser cutting and automated slitting technology on February 17 and 18 at its demonstration center in Bielefeld, Germany.

The Spartanics-Systec Fineprint Cylinder Screen Printing Line features electronic controls that eliminate manual adjustments, handle materials as thin as 12 microns, automate adjustments for shrink or stretch, and position web material within 0.1 mm. The system includes a vertical dryer that uses heat-plate technology to dry both solvent and water based inks in a fraction of the time required by conventional ovens. The Finecut High-Speed Laser Cutting Machine offers tool-free cutting up to 90 meters per minute for label, solar thin film and and gasket applications. The Spartanics-Systec Slitter handles material up to two meters wide at 100 meters per minute.

“This showcase will be the first chance for many European screen printers to see the many Spartanics-Systec breakthroughs in electronic and servo-drive control technologies,” says Mike Bacon, VP of sales and marketing. “We also are eager for European and worldwide label converters, manufacturers of RFID and solar products and others who can be well served by Spartanics Finecut Laser Cutting Machines to take a detailed look at these systems.”

The open house will be held at Milser Strasse 37, Bielefeld, Germany. Attendees can pre-register by contacting Karl-Heinz Jordan in Germany at +49-521-32-95-035, email; or Mike Bacon in the US at 847-394-5700, ext. 1960, email

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