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KBA at the Hunkeler Innovation Days 2017 in Lucerne: Focus on the new KBA RotaJET L and VL series

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

The inkjet web press KBA RotaJET L, which was demonstrated in live production for the first time at drupa 2016 and recently ordered in the version RotaJET 130 by Finnish book printer Bookwell Digital Oy, stands at the focus of the presentations planned by KBA-Digital & Web Solutions for the forthcoming Hunkeler Innovation Days in Lucerne from 20th to 23rd February. The KBA experts will be available on Stand 24/25 to provide all pertinent information on the technology and possible fields of application of high-volume inkjet web printing. The RotaJET L series is offered in 1/1 and 4/4 configurations for web widths from 77 to 138 cm. The press can be tailored extremely flexibly to individual applications, and also allows for retrospective expansion in terms of width and number of colours.  

 

The modular RotaJET L models are complemented by the RotaJET VL series for web widths up to 225 cm. Maximum flexibility, excellent print quality and ultimate productivity are the hallmarks of KBA's RotaJET digital web presses. KBA currently builds the world's widest inkjet web presses for the book printing, decor, publications, packaging and advertising segments. One of the greatest assets brought into play in press manufacture is a sheer boundless wealth of technical know-how relating to web control and substrate handling. The combination of precision engineering and modern inkjet head technologies also achieves excellent print results on complicated substrates, as KBA-Digital & Web demonstrated admirably at the last drupa.

 

 

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