As a world supplier, at the drupa fair, Comexi will show new technologies for its three printing lines: flexography, rotogravure and offset. The main novelty will be the presentation of a new flexography printing press that will allow greater automation in the printing process.
The new machine is a development of the previous FI, Comexi’s best-selling and successful large format printing press.
Comexi also supports automating its offset technology. Following the 2012 drupa fair where it showcased its printing press solution with a central drum, this year it will reveal its new automation system for its well-known CI8 Offset printing press, before a world audience.
Comexi, as a world supplier with three printing press lines, will also avail of the drupa fair to showcase a new printer body for rotogravure printing presses, which will enable top quality tasks.
The R2 printing press is the latest new Comexi addition to the rotogravure sector, and includes leading edge technology in terms of machine control or in direct driving systems to increase efficiency, as well as Simotion by Siemens, which increases energy savings regarding machine consumption.
At drupa, Comexi will also be exhibiting at the HP stand, with its L20000, the water-based laminating machine specially designed to complement the digital HP printer Indigo 20000. From the HP stand they will run demos with the new machine, which is aimed at providing a response to manufacturer demand for work being available within 24 hours. This is achieved thanks to the fast and intuitive way the machine starts up, and how quickly the water-based adhesives dry.
With the L20000 laminating machine, Comexi strengthens its environment commitment by eliminating solvents and using water-base adhesives, and using more sustainable and efficient technology.