ROTAMAG QANTUM RANGE OF FLEXO PRESS NEW MODEL

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ROTAMAG QANTUM RANGE OF FLEXO PRESS NEW MODEL

NEW MODEL ROTAMAG QANTUM FLEXO PRESS

 

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Rotary Engineering would like to let the industry know that the new model Rotamag Qantum Flexo Press is without doubt on the world stage with all features and total flexibility.

With today’s printing industry demands and competitive rates the printer for today needs versatile servo driven flexo presses that can also be used as a digital finishing machine, can run sheeted products, in mould products, fan folded material , laminating with reinsertion as well as able to produce your own adhesive stock integrated cards products.

The Rotamag Quantum has all this to offer in 1 machine is very affordable.

The Qantum is fitted with auto register and the advanced system that had the features of pre-programming all jobs where the press controls the tension and register and speed of the jobs that have been run cutting make ready time and waste to a bear minimum upto 10 colours.

Web widths: 250, 340, 450, 600, 1000.

The Quantum can run film, board, adhesive and basically any stock.

This press can be run the simplest to the most complex of products.  The press is built using the highest quality materials and German electronics.

Rotary also has a range of converting equipment digital finishing, batcher stacker for sheeted labels, booklet inserts, label application heads, slitter rewinders , reinsertion units, RFID inserters.

We can customise to suit your machine needs in most cases.

Rotary has mechanical and electronic engineers who deliver high quality machines as well as 40 years’ experience in the printing

Industries allows us to help and offer high quality options to the printer.

Our machines are of solid design and definitely stand the test of time.

Outstanding features

  • Fast make ready press
  • Operator friendly
  • Able to reinsert back in register.
  • Full servo driven with auto register
  • Micro impression adjustment and will impress you.
  • Machine modulus design