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SPGPrints – Solutions for screen and digital label production at Labelexpo India 2016

At Labelexpo India SPGPrints exhibits different solutions such as its non-woven nickel re-engravable Rotamesh (Source: SPGPrints)

INDIA • The company exhibits solutions for rotary screen and UV-inkjet printing processes (stand H7) at Labelexpo India (17 – 20 November 2016) in Greater Nodia. A workbench will demonstrate SPGPrints’ rotary screen workflow as a flexible, efficient way of applying numerous brand-enhancing, functional and tactile effects in one pass. The company shares its stand with Stovec Industries. The stand, with a workbench preparing live jobs, will highlight the ease of adopting rotary screen printing.

The highlight of SPGPrints’ digital presentation at the Stovec Industries Labelexpo stand will be the DSI UV-inkjet press. For versatile digital label printing on shorter-runs to meet today’s just-in-time delivery deadlines, the 330 mm (13”) wide DSI system prints up to ten colours digitally. Its variable printing capability means that the press can run multiple jobs without stopping the printer and produce multiple versions for different markets.

In addition, using special orange and violet to augment CMYK, up to 90% of the colour gamut can be achieved, while digital white offers an industry-leading 93% optical density. The company’s UV-inkjet inks offer UV, chemical and scratch-resistance and is set to be compliant with safety standards for safe food / pharmaceutical packaging.

SPGPrints further shows its product portfolio including Rotalen, a direct laser engraving system for imaging rotary screens with resolutions of up to 4000dpi in s single step and Varilex hybrid laser exposer, a digital imaging solution for high-definition flexo, dry-offset, screen and letterpress printing forms. On display is also the non-woven nickel re-engravable RotaMesh and – on non-SPGPrints presses – reusable RotaPlate screens offering durability and stability at up to 100 m/min (330 fpm).

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Rosina Obermayer

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