Muller Martini holds web offset open house

Muller Martini is hosting an open house at its Maulburg facility in Germany to inaugurate its new Print Technology Center and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Muller Martini Printing Presses. 

The event will be held on 6th and 7th May and the company is hoping for a good turnout.

Initially the printing press division was intended to take pressure off the main manufacturing arm but has become succesful in its own right, with the presses used today for pharmaceutical inserts, security printing, mail shots and forms as well as cardboard box printing, label printing on a wide range of substrates, and flexible package printing.

Muller Martini will use the event to demonstrate its presses running live and to show off the flexibility of web offset, which enables diverse inline procedures, such as offset towers, flexo and rotogravure printing units as well as cross cutting and folding modules.

The company currently offers four printing press types: the Alprinta and the Concepta produce high-quality mail shots, commercial work, security printing materials and pharmaceutical inserts, while the Alprinta V and the infinitely variable VSOP are ideal for printing labels, flexible packaging and cardboard.

The event will also feature specialist talks on subjects such as composite materials in offset printing as well as security and pharmaceutical printing. There will be around 20 other partner companies also exhibiting covering areas such as drying, printing control and quality systems as well as substrates and consumables.







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