SCHAUMBURG, ILLINOIS - Sakurai USA, Inc. will mark its 10th consecutive year as an SGIA exhibitor with the North American introduction of the Sakurai MS-80All cylinder screen press. A complete Sakurai screenprinting line with the new screen press, Natgraph Electronic UV drying system and automatic sheet stacker will be running live in Booth 3651 at the SGIA Expo, September 14-16, 2016 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Launched at Drupa, the new MS-80All features a larger, 31 1/2” x 21 ½” sheet size, higher running speed of 4,000 sheets per hour, ergonomically designed control panel, static free paper path and many more features to increase productivity and performance.
Sakurai Cylinder Screen Presses are the accepted print engine for the overlay, membrane switch and credit card markets. And the workhorse MS-80All like the MS-80A are ideal for use on a myriad of industrial applications, such as specialty finishing, glitter, soft touch, flood and spot coating, tagless labels, heat applied transfers, pressure sensitive applications, printed circuits, electronics and more.
At SGIA, screenprinting experts from Sakurai and industry partner Natgraph
will be on hand to assist screen printers and trade binderies in custom designing a printing drying and curing system to match their specific requirements.
Also demonstrated will be the high-resolution CST DLE Screen Imaging System, now available from Sakurai. Four CST models are available with a maximum sheet size of 1.5 x 1.5 meters.
Ryuta Sakurai, President of Sakurai USA, Inc., and its parent, Sakurai Graphic Systems Corporation, Japan will participate in this year’s SGIA to welcome visitors and provide screenprinting and technology expertise.
“We are anticipating an excellent, well-attended SGIA Expo we expect booth visitors to be looking to Sakurai for drying/curing solutions as well as computer to screen imaging,” said David Rose, General Manager, Sakurai USA, Inc.
Sakurai cylinder screen presses are available in sizes from 20 ½” x 28” to 48” x 63”. And the Maestro prints on a wide range of substrates such as plastic film, paper, board and foil with accurate spot coating and special effects.