TRESU Reveals Advanced Version of iCoat II for Short Runs
Responding to customer inquiries, TRESU now presents an advanced and improved version of TRESU iCoat II. The upgraded version is optimized for coating applications in short-run digital print jobs requiring fast job changes and capable of speeds up to 6,000 sheets/hour, while accommodating paper sizes up to B2.
TRESU iCoat II features the industry’s fastest job change with a 30-second sleeve change, proof tray for on-the-run proofing and a recipe storage recalling complex job details at the push of a button.
With unique modularity of the new TRESU iCoat II platform, machine configurations matching any individual customer need are now available. Any configuration can be changed later and more modules added to accommodate any possible future change in brand owners’ printing operations, or changes arising from short-run seasonal fluctuations or fashion cycles.
Customers Only Buy What They Need – No More, No Less
The modular stand-alone TRESU iCoat II targets a broad span of configurations – from a combi coater with dual varnish system and separate WB and UV circuits for general folding carton applications, to an efficient twin-coater configuration with more advanced single-pass finishing operations for high-end carton. For pharmaceutical packaging applications, an inspection conveyor module can be added, delivering traceability and inspection of individually marked units.
Ronni Nielsen, VP TRESU Solutions Division, comments: “We have significantly boosted the TRESU iCoat II to a new level and with this modular stand-alone version, converters can now match digital printing requirements for fast job changes and switch to a new task with great flexibility.”
Any configuration of TRESU iCoat II is based on proven TRESU flexo technology with genuine TRESU doctor chamber blade and varnish supply technology.
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