Tresu to show new Concept flexo press line

Tresu has said that it will demonstrate a new web-fed modular flexo printing and converting line at the upcoming Sino Corrugated show in Shanghai in April. The Concept is a flexo platform available in 900mm, 1100mm and 1400mm widths. In addition, other processes, such as variable data, gravure, screen, hot and cold foil and finishing, can all be integrated to create an end-to-end solution for high-value packaging.

It can run at speeds of up to 600m/min and can take substrates up to 600 micron thickness, including paper, board, aluminium foil and flexible packaging.

Allan Sander, vice-president of Tresu Solutions, commented: “Inline flexo provides the most effective way of offering service flexibility while maintaining the competitive edge in terms of productivity, waste reduction, footprint and ergonomics.”

Tresu will also show off its ancillary equipment, including new lightweight carbon fibre chamber doctor blade systems. These offer improved chemical resistance, optimised flow and safe, easy handling in virtually all flexo printing situations. The carbon fibre composition gives the chamber high-strength qualities.


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