Rotocontrol and Domino expand hybrid label printing and finishing capabilities
May 25, 2020 By PrintAction Staff
Rotocontrol and Domino have partnered to offer label printers and converters expanded capabilities and value-added differentiation in hybrid label printing and finishing.
The new inline hybrid solution for the Rotocontrol DT-340 digital label finishing machine with integrated Domino N610i label press will be featured at Rotocontrol’s new headquarters and demo centre in Siek, Germany with a grand opening planned for June 2020. EMT/Rotocontrol’s new Green Bay, Wisconsin demo centre will also feature this new inkjet hybrid finishing press at its grand opening in June.
The N610i in the combined hybrid solution are up to seven colours including opaque white, 600dpi native print resolution and operating speeds up to 70m per minute (or 230ft. per minute). Compliance for food packaging is also offered with the new Domino UV95 ink set.
The DT-340 provides a highly modular machine with multiple die cutting (die stations capable of running full or semi-rotary mode with simple changeover) and printing stations (rotary flexo and flatbed screen printing), lamination, cold foiling, hot stamping, label inspection, small roll programmable auto turret winding and 100 per cent servo control from Bosch Rexroth. In addition, its open architecture allows easy operator access to the web and integrated modules for increased efficiencies in operation/web handling and movement during production.
“With virtually unlimited printing and converting options, printers can produce complex labels on a wide range of materials and substrates for maximum flexibility and future-proofed production capabilities,” said Jürgen Pflieger, marketing manager for Domino Germany.
“We are pleased to partner with Domino in this next-generation hybrid machine,” added Marco Aengenvoort, Rotocontrol’s managing director. “This advanced hybrid label printing and finishing system will be the main anchor in our new demo center, to showcase it’s many features and possibilities in live demonstrations. We look forward to opening our new headquarters in June and begin welcoming label printers to Siek.”
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