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MAN Roland Announces InlineSheeter Technology Forum

Monday, April 21, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

April 21, 2003 -- Printing companies that want to make efficient use of web-fed materials in the field of sheet-fed printing shouldn't miss the ROLAND InlineSheeter technology forum in Mörfelden-Walldorf, Frankfurt, from June 2-11, 2003. Experts from MAN Roland and MABEG will talk about and demonstrate the system at the production facilities of the renowned manufacturer of sheeting systems. Guests from around the world can see for themselves the versatility of this new system in a ROLAND 700 production line. The ROLAND InlineSheeter makes sense economically and technically: publishing companies and those active in the field of selected commercials can save up to 20% in material costs. When using standard papers, it's often much cheaper to produce from the reel. And some print materials, such as foil, are almost exclusively printed from the reel. This opens up new possibilities in the field of label and packaging printing. Fast format and reel changes, and extremely high cutting precision are the characteristics of the ROLAND InlineSheeter. This system represents a completely new generation of reel cross cutters. Cut-off lengths, continuously adjustable from 450 mm to 740 mm, are simply entered on the control panel. With its ability to process a range of thicknesses from 40 g/m2 to 300 g/m2, the ROLAND InlineSheeter can now print on light-weight papers. And switching between reels and sheets is easy thanks to the rail frame that retracts into the base. To participate in the ROLAND InlineSheeter technology forum, contact your MAN Roland sales partner.




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