Gallus to unveil digital label press

Label converters are invited to take a look at the first Gallus-Heidelberg-Fujifilm inline digital label press, when it is launched at the Gallus Innovation Days in Switzerland.

September 23 to 25 will see the company’s headquarters in St Gallen play host to the global label community as it shows off its new generation of label presses – the first to come out of a joint project with its owner Heidelberg and inkjet partner Fujifilm.

Gallus says the inline digital hybrid ‘makes no compromises’ when it comes to print and register quality, process flexibility and productivity. It aims to deliver quality print with short-run efficiency and effective personalisation.

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James Rodden, managing director of Gallus Australia

James Rodden, managing director of Gallus Australia, says Australian printers will be well served to see the demonstrations for themselves, with the new system expected to make its Australian debut next year.

He says, “This will be an opportunity to see the latest from Gallus and it could be a game-changer for the label industry in general.”

In Switzerland the company’s exhibition halls will hum for three days with live demonstrations of Gallus technology, including a Gallus RCS 330 in combination with the new QuadTech colour control system (the two companies recently announced a partnership).

A Gallus 340, with enhanced productivity that can handle complex diecutting at top speeds will also be on show, as will offerings from Gallus parts and services and its screen printing and folding carton divisions.

Rodden says the market has been waiting for a machine that can handle combination printing with inline diecutting in the one pass.

Partners of Gallus will also bring their latest products and services, and specialists will explore trends and technical developments in narrow-web label printing in an expert forum.

Further information can be found at www.gallus-group.com



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