- February 01, 2010
SAN GIORGIO MONFERRATO, ITALY
Rotomec held an open house at its Technology Center Nov. 16-18, 2009, that was attended by more than 150 converters from 15 countries. Visitors saw a demonstration of the TAPS (Total-Automatic-Pre-register-Setting) system, which is said to reduce waste to unprecedented levels at press makeready and changeovers, whether it's a new or repeat job.
At the touch of a dedicated pushbutton on the main console, TAPS starts the press, moves all the cylinders into register position, and switches the register control into automatic mode by reading a dedicated pattern printed on the web. The process is completed in just a few minutes.