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Rollem's New Rotary Sheetfed Die Cutting & Kiss Cutting Series Opens New Markets in Labels & Packaging

Monday, December 08, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

The Delta is a new class of flexo-magnetic rotary die cutter for sheet-fed Label, Packaging and Mail applications. Its short-run capacity is ideal for digital output. Utilizing a 20x15" sheet size, the Delta5 die cuts, kiss cuts and cut-scores a wide range of stocks up to 22 pt. thickness. With run speeds of up to 5,000 sph, ease of operation and literally just minutes to changeover, the Delta is a must for companies entering the packaging and label markets.

Produce a full range of products with the Delta Die Cutter:

  • Labels, Decals, Stickers,
  • Personalized Boxes & Cartons
  • Shaped Mailers & Ornaments
  • Presentation Folders
  • Hang Tags
  • Samples produced on the Delta shown below.
  • Boxes Folded & Stacked Delta Applications

Delta's key features include:

  • Ease of Operation
  • Run sizes from one-off to hundreds of thousands
  • Quick Job Changeovers
  • Runs in-line with our Folder/Gluer units
  • The only Model in its class with a 30" sheet capacity
  • A Surprisingly Affordable Price Point
  • Heavy Duty U.S. Construction

The Delta will die cut, kiss cut and cut-score shaped cards, labels, stickers, boxes and folders. Virtually any shape imaginable can be produced on the Delta. Utilizing flexible die technologies, changeover time is reduced to minutes. Delta requires only a single operator who can be trained in a day. Its compact footprint makes sending out die cutting a thing of the past. Three model sizes are available; Delta5 20x15", Delta6 24x24", Delta7 24x30".

 

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Jennifer Matt

Patrick Henry, Section Editor
Pat has covered graphic communications for nearly 30 years as a reporter, an editor, and a commentator.

 

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