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DC330FB special converting line from GM installed at Vinograf, Chile

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

GM’s Latin American office headed by Jos Kabouw sold a DC330FBSC converting line with hot stamp and screen-printing modules. The successful entrepreneur Fernando Aravena is well-known in the Latin-American labelling industry by running label printing operations in Argentina, Peru and now again in Chile. With his new venture company Vinograf, he is focusing on premium labels for the export of Chilean wines.

GM headquarters sent two engineers to Chile to Support Jos Kabouw in the installation, and preliminary tests and first reactions from the client are overwhelmingly positive. Ready to go into full production after the 2-day install and training, the GM concept of converting made easy is a reality.

DC330FB SC – The popular DC330 featuring both flatbed screen printer and flatbed hot stamp with 90 degrees turning foil tower. The GM DC330FB SC finishing line is designed for production of digital printed high quality wine and spirits labels. The unique modular combination of hot foil stamping, flatbed screen, flexo conventional printing and semi-rotary die cutting makes it the perfect companion for a digital press.

A few highlights and features of this unit: a 30tons high-pressure flatbed hot stamp embossing module, a screen print module with servo drives, flexographic varnish with registration for cold foil, cast and cure and a semi-rotary die cutter. 


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