Martin Automatic Inc.

Colognia Installs More Martin Automatic Nonstop Technology
March 8, 2023 at 12:38 pm

One of the Czech Republic’s largest label converters Colognia press a.s. has continued its investment in Martin Automatic technology with an MBSF unwind splicer and LRD rewinder with slitting capability fitted to its new Gallus Labelmaster 440 press at Kolin, some 70km east of the country’s capital city, Prague. The new equipment joins previous Martin nonstop unwind and rewind technology fitted to Colognia’s Gallus RCS 330 presses in 2010 and 2015. Read the full story here.

Increase Production Without Expansion
July 22, 2021 at 12:11 pm

Martin Automatic’s MBS butt splicer with integrated right angle turnbar is perfect for plants that are short on space but need to increase their productivity. Requiring only 1.65m of space in the press line, this workhorse of a butt splicer delivers automatic roll change technology that performs now and far into the future. To see this space saving unwind in action, click here.

Precision Press Goes Goss
July 15, 2014

The first new Goss Sunday Vpak web offset printing system has been installed at Precision Press. The press accommodates a wide variety of film substrates, product formats and high-quality lithographic requirements.

Featured Products - July 2013
July 1, 2013

Featured Products for the flexographic, narrow-web and package printing industries, including Rotoflex, Martin Automatic, Webex Inc. and AB Graphic International.

Supplier News - April 2013
April 1, 2013

News on suppliers to the packaging printing industry, including items on World Top Brewery and Color-Logic; Label Technology and Label Technology; Bunting Magnetics Co.; iSys Label; Grafix Equipment; Harper Corporation of America; and Louis Oscar Werneke, founder of Werneke Ink.

Label Technology Installs Third Martin Splicer
March 22, 2013

Label Technology's new MBSF butt splicer matches the high productivity specifications of the 10-unit, 26-inch digital servo drive press, unwinding and splicing paper and unsupported films, including 48g PET, at speeds to 750 fpm.