Gallus Labelmaster is the fastest narrow web label press Gallus has ever built. Thanks to the module variants Plus and Advanced, this platform can be used to configure the right press for any business model. By developing this machine platform for label printing, Gallus has succeeded in giving the market a press for conventional label and package printing that offers excellent flexibility. It also features an enhanced price-performance ratio coupled with Gallus quality.
The company is also focusing on reduced throughput times for manufacturing digitally printed labels by showcasing the Gallus Labelfire 340 digital label printing press with added inline finishing processes. The Gallus Labelfire can produce finished and diecut labels in a single production operation. This printing machine saves label printers time, costs and material compared to a multi-step production process, as there is no changeover required for subsequent further processing.
In addition, using original Gallus parts maximizes reliability and availability, minimizes maintenance outlay, ensures optimum functionality and delivers premium print quality. Everything comes from a single source and is now even faster.
The new service offerings from Gallus fit with Industry 4.0 and ensure label printers benefit from higher availability of their machinery. Visitors can experience how digitization will change the label business and improve the performance of converters' label presses. Gallus customers will now benefit from the dense global network of Heidelberg local service organizations and thus faster on-the-spot service.
Gallus Screeny has also demonstrated that rotary screen printing speed no longer needs to be a limiting factor in label printing. By selecting the right system components, users can accelerate screen/flexographic combination printing without having to trade this off against quality. The screen printing experts at Gallus are showcasing the system components required for this under the banner “Gallus Screeny – easy to use, fast to print."