Heidelberg Presents the DriveLine F UV Inkjet System at interpack 2011
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Press release from the issuing company
Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG (Heidelberg) is introducing the Linoprint DriveLine F UV inkjet printing system at this year's interpack in Dusseldorf from 12 to 18 May. This digital printing system is an inkjet solution for inline and nearline integration in packaging lines, particularly in the pharmaceutical and medical engineering industries. The printing system offers an extremely high level of flexibility and production reliability for individual and integrated printing of blister foils.
Daniel Dreyer, Head of the Heidelberg Linoprint business area, says: "With our Linoprint UV inkjet printing systems, we are offering a well-rounded portfolio for variable, high-quality printing of labels, aluminum blister and plastic foils, and folding boxes. At this year's interpack we are introducing the DriveLine F printing system that is specially designed for sensitive pharmaceutical packaging. The system enables pharmaceutical manufacturers and packaging companies to integrate digital inkjet printing into their production lines for safe and reliable printing of individualized packaging materials."
DriveLine F for safe and reliable printing of pharmaceutical blister packs and foils
DriveLine F optimally adapts to the pace of the packaging line and handles both intermittent and continuous operation. Static and variable content can also be printed flexibly in high quality on the back of pharmaceutical blister packs or foils. The DriveLine F system uses specially developed UV inks with a low migration potential and excellent set-off properties that cure with the required sealing strength immediately after printing. An integrated print control system ensures a perfect match of layout and input data in production - thus, the finishing of only faultlessly printed foils is guaranteed. DriveLine F processes aluminum, composite and plastic foil in widths up to 320 mm. It is capable of printing foil widths up to 280 mm and thicknesses ranging from 15 µm to 100 µm at 360 dpi resolution. An second head optionally allows the choice of higher resolution (720 dpi), two-color or redundant printing.
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