- July 01, 2009
Flexo Concepts, Plymouth, MA, has donated a MicroClean Model 48 unit to the press demo center at Mark Andy, Milford, OH, to demonstrate the system's ability to clean line screens to 1,400 lpi without damaging the anilox engraving.
Spartanics, Rolling Meadows, IL, reports its “Laser Cutting Technical Guide” can be downloaded from the web site at www.spartanics.com/white_papers_detail.cgi?id_num=10.
Jet Label has relocated to the Grand Traverse area. The new address is PO Box 568, Kingsley, MI 49649; 800-622-3883.
Bemis Co., Neenah, WI, is creating one-stop shop facilities to serve global customers in the medical industry. Under the “One Bemis” umbrella, MACtac, Stow, OH, and sister company Perfecseal, Oshkosh, WI, will deliver combined solutions for medical device assembly and pharmaceutical packaging throughout Asia, including Malaysia, Singapore, and China.
TLMI Conference To Help Attendees ‘Get Smart’
Naperville, IL | The Tag & Label Mfrs. Inst. will hold its 2009 Technical Conference September 8-10 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. Urging attendees to “Get Smart,” the conference will feature sessions on components, processes, quality, and equipment. Industry experts will present information on prepress, materials, digital printing, G7 color calibration, and printed electronics. For more information, visit www.tlmi.com.
AiRISTA Recognized as An RFID Leader
Sparks, MD | AiRISTA has earned a spot in the 2009 edition of the 10 Leading RFID Innovators publication by RFID Switchboard. AiRISTA's First Responder Technology Solution helps keep emergency personnel safe and working at peak efficiency.
The ability to create RFID track-and-trace solutions instantly, under the most challenging environments, is recognized as a major innovation. “This recognition validates the time, effort, and R&D we've dedicated in providing the best-of-breed technology solutions to our various targeted industries,” says Sy Sajjad, CEO.
Label Maker Adds Fulfillment Services
Garden Grove, CA | All Barcode Systems announces the addition of fulfillment services. “We have always offered our customers the ability to place large label and tag orders and hold some in inventory for later use,” says Scott Steiner. “We have now expanded our warehousing capacity to allow our valued customers to warehouse other items. When using our fulfillment services, our customers gain capacity without having to invest in new facilities or divert their energies away from their core business strategies.”
Label Press Runs Nonstop
Rockford, IL | Martin Automatic is supplying converting equipment to complement an eight-station, 22-in. Mark Andy Comco C2 press at Southeastern Printing Co., Palm City, FL. Label volume requires the new Comco press to run continuously as much as possible, so Southeastern chose a Martin MBSF butt splicer to match the Comco's printing capability. It features driven spindles and a very low-tension capability to handle light films (typically 1-mil BOPP and PET) at speeds to 1,000 fpm.
Printed rolls are rewound and automatically offloaded by a Martin LRD transfer rewind. With cantilevered spindle designs on both machines, operators benefit from not having to handle shafts at either end of the press.