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KBA Unveils Groundbreaking RotaJET L Series Inkjet Press at Graph Expo 2014

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Expands digital printing portfolio with new, high volume, ultra-flexible modular design

KBA North America is pleased to unveil its newest RotaJET L Series inkjet press, the most flexible and the most adaptable high-volume inkjet product currently on the market, at Graph Expo 14.  This new high-volume, ultra-flexible modular press platform will be officially introduced at the KBA press conference onMonday September 29 at 9 a.m (CST) and detailed information will be available afterwards at the KBA Booth 213 conveniently located at the front entrance to the show floor. GRAPH EXPO 14 and co-located CPP EXPO will be held September 28 - October 1, 2014 in Chicago's McCormick Place. 

“Our engineers have answered the needs of our customers,” says Mark Hischar, president and CEO of KBA North America. “The new RotaJET L Series represents the ultimate high-end system in high-volume inkjet printing. The high-performance RotaJET can be optimally configured to suit the respective market and industry environment due to its modular design that can be retrofitted with future print head generations. This gives users of the new RotaJET platform a huge advantage allowing them to react quickly and economically to changing market conditions and customer demands.”

The RotaJET L-Series is ideal for segments such as the book market, direct mail, magazines, newspapers, packaging and other industrial printing markets. Please visit booth 213 at Graph Expo to learn more details about KBA’s groundbreaking, unique digital inkjet equipment.

 

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