Comexi launches robotic flexo press

Comexi will use the upcoming drupa to launch a new flexo press, a further iteration of the existing FI series, which has proven highly successful. The new press will continue the ongoing trend for greater automation in wide web flexo presses.

This new FI will feature an integrated robot for greater efficiency, with Comexi claiming a 20 percent improvement in productivity. It’s designed primarily for the large format, long run markets.

Comexi will also show off a new automation system for its CI8 offset press, which uses a central drum. There will also be a new printer body for the R2 rotogravure presses. It has new machine control and direct drive systems for greater efficiency. It also uses Siemens’ Simotion system for improving energy savings.

Comexi will also launch its own cloud tool, Comexi Cloud for analyzing production data.

In addition, Comexi will be showing its L2000 laminator on the HP stand alongside an Indigo 20000.





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