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Scandanavian converter purchases Gallus RCS 330

November 22, 2010

The servo-driven press is designed for combination printing.

Rotakett AB, a label printer headquartered in Helsingborg, Sweden, has purchased a Gallus RCS 330. The press will be installed and commissioned in Helsingborg in early 2011.

The modular inline press with direct drive technology will significantly boost the print shop's productivity. “The Gallus RCS 330 has a larger web width, delivers shorter setup and production times, boasts both longitudinal and cross registers, and offers much greater flexibility,” says Jim Bågesjö, sales and marketing manager at Rotakett.

The Gallus RCS 330 is designed for combination printing. In Rotakett's case, this means UV flexographic and screen printing. With direct servo drives for all key settings and a web width of 330 mm, the press combines hot foil embossing, cold foil printing, diecutting, varnishing and lamination in
a single pass.



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