Screen Printing

The Keys to the Comfort Zone
October 1, 2006

Today’s package-printing market has printers moving toward shorter runs that require quicker set-up times. Meeting the ship dates on orders, always critically important, becomes even more important as the volume of orders increases even though the number of items printed per order decreases. Equally important is the ability of printers to turn around short orders even if a longer run is scheduled. Equipment downtime, therefore, can create a nightmare for a company that considers turnaround its niche. So when Star Label Products (Bucks County, Penn.) decided to add a new press to its arsenal, it purchased one that would accommodate multiple processes in case

April 1, 2006

J AQUAFLEX Visit Model Web Width (in.) Max. Print Width (in.) Speed (fpm) Instaprep 10, 13 13 500 Write 558 on Reader Service Form, See Ad p.46 J COMCO Visit Model Speed (fpm) Web Width (in.) ProGlide MSP 500 18, 22, 26 Write 559 on Reader Service Form, See Ads p. 35, 65 J DRENT GOEBEL