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DLFS introduces 'mini' label finishing system

July 16, 2013

The 8.5 inch wide MP850 can laminate and diecut pre-printed labels, produced by any roll-to-roll label printer.

DLFS (Digital Label Finishing Systems), has introduced the MP850 label finishing system, what the Woodtsock, GA-based company describes as an 8.5” wide “Mini Press” designed to laminate, diecut, slit and rewind digitally printed labels.

The MP850 is a label finishing system that can laminate and rotary diecut  pre-printed labels, produced by any roll-to-roll label printer. The MP850 diecuts labels up to 8.25" wide x 9" long at speeds up to 15 IPS (Inches per second). The system features an all-electronic setup with an interactive touch screen display. Its intelligent rotary diecutter cuts precisely, adjusts automatically and reduces label waste. The MP850 can also be used to cut blanks, to laminate specialty materials or to slit and rewind stock.

The MP850 uses either engraves tooling or an optional magnetic cylinder with flexible dies. The MP850 was also designed to accept most flexo tooling (up to 7.5” wide), and for ease of operation and rapid changeover. The MP850 has many features of full size presses such as X and Y adjusters on the cutter and slitter, step up and step down anvil rollers, primary and secondary finished label take-ups and comes standard with a laminate liner take up.

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