ROTOCONTROL Hosting Open House With Domino and EyeC
"Visitors to our open house will witness a comprehensive hybrid solution in flexo and digital label printing, inspection, and finishing with a magnitude of features unrivalled in the industry," said Marco Aengenvoort, ROTOCONTROL managing director.
Features of the highly modular hybrid solution include multiple die-cutting stations, rotary flexo and flatbed screen printing units, up to seven colours including opaque white, with 600dpi native print resolution, combining the productivity of flexo printing with the flexibility offered by rapid job change digital technology. The N610i integration module incorporates Domino’s renowned, automated, i-Tech intelligent Technology productivity features for enhanced flexibility and reliability.
Other capabilities included in the hybrid line are lamination, cold foiling, hot stamping, label inspection with 100% outgoing quality control, corona treatment, UV LED curing, and a small roll programmable auto turret winding machine.
Ruud Bos, Domino’s DP OEM Manager Europe, said “We are delighted to be working with ROTOCONTROL and EyeC at this open house. This is a highly efficient method to print labels in one-pass combining digital printing with embellishments and in-line inspection. It is a single efficient process from white reel input, to outputting finished inspected labels, enabling the label converter to support short lead times, and also improve their environmental credentials through reducing material waste normally associated with multiple processes.”
Demonstrated on the running hybrid solution will be various types of high-quality printed labels with quick job changeovers. Label Printers who wish to attend the open house are invited to send their print files and material in advance for the live demonstration.
Two ECOLINE RSI label finishing machines will also be showcased during the open house featuring the Domino K600i ink jet printer for barcode and QR code printing and the EyeC ProofRunner Web and Quality Link system.
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