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New Inkjet Sheet Numbering Device has the Mark of a Winner

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Manroland Sheetfed collaboration with REA JET

In today’s printing industry, particularly in the packaging printing sector, print companies are looking at personalization solutions to satisfy their customers’ requirements. Number coding, for example, is becoming as important as print quality and productivity.

To meet this demand, Manroland Sheetfed has teamed up with REA JET – the renowned German industrial marking and coding device manufacturer, resulting in the launch of a new inkjet sheet numbering device, set at the suction tapes feed board.

With the new inkjet sheet numbering device, each single sheet can be printed with its own unique number or marks. Working in conjunction with the InlineInspector 2.0, it records the sheet number and highlights any problems in the defect protocol (instead of the tab insert). Defective sheets can then be easily separated and errors accurately identified. As well as reducing the amount of waste and production cost, product quality and productivity is increased.

Mr. Stefan Finger, Head of R&D at Manroland Sheetfed said "Thanks to the strategic cooperation with REA JET and the concerted efforts by both parties, the new inkjet sheet numbering device meets the increased demand for personalization from the print buyers,'' he said. "This new feature will provide our customers with further competitiveness in their markets. ”

Mr. Michael Neuschäfer, Managing Director of REA JET, added: “We are extremely pleased with our cooperation with Manroland Sheetfed. With more than three decades of experience in the business of industrial coding and marking for packaging, we are proud to offer Manroland Sheetfed customers our remarkable coding and marking solutions. Manroland and REA JET look forward to providing printers across the world with the products of our combined strengths.”

The collaboration has already produced positive effects. A well-known German print company will be the first customer to install this innovative new inkjet sheet numbering device in December.


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