UK-based developers Impression Technology Europe has expanded its Eclipse range of label cutting, slitting and finishing machines with three new models. The LF330 boasts double digital label cutting heads giving the user the option of single or double cutting. In single blade operation, the machine can produce up to 5.1m per min and in twin blade mode this rises to up to 10.2m per minute. It has a web width of 100mm-330mm and can handle rolls of media up to 400mm diameter. The second of the new models is the Eclipse UW-1 label unwind device ideal for post-production jobs. It has a web width of 100 to 220mm and can accommodate rolls of media up to 650mm diameter. It has, as standard, a loop sensing system with either automatic or manual operation and an un-wind speed of up to 35m per minute. The third is the Eclipse RW-1 finished label rewind device. Although badged as a rewind machine, the RW-1 has on board three knife slitting blades standard. It has a rewind speed of up to 35m per minute and can accommodate rolls of media up to 40mm diameter. It has a twin finished label rewind system with the ability to forward or reverse wind independently as well as a loop-sensing system with automatic or manual operation as well as a label counter with pre-set and auto off.
Impression Technology Europe
Boughton, Notts, UK
January 15, 2008 Ever evolving to help printers and converters manage the intricacies of their operations, print management systems continue to improve business and production functions in new and useful ways. Some companies design their own systems, while others employ those designed for label converters. For this feature article we invited six developers of such systems to describe their products and what they offer to the printer.
1722 E Grevillea Ct, Ontario, CA 91761
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