Sakurai launches new screen printer

Sakurai is to launch a new screen print production unit MS110-DDS at the upcoming Fespa show this May in Hamburg, Germany. The company says it is committed to screen printing because of its continued potential of the process for paper, textile and industrial based applications.

Sakurai has announced this new screen print production unit, the MS110-DDS, which uses a direct servo drive for improved print precision.

The MS110-DDS uses a direct servo drive for improved print precision, due to the roll to roll cylinder mechanism and improved pressure. It offers improved sheet edge accuracy with an optional CCD Camera Sheet Alignment System. This in turn minimises the contact and abrasion on the conveying sheet. It takes sheets up to 1140mm x 788mm, up to a thickness of 75 μm, which was previously considered to be very difficult for a cylinder press to achieve.

Claudio Moffa, sakurai’s UK and Europe Sales Manager, commented: “This is our second generation of servo-driven screen printing press, which also introduces our new gearless direct servo technology which enables high quality printing without backlash. These features are already proving very popular with our customers.”




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