Although packaging is a very mature industry, it too thrives and grows through a constant influx of innovation. VINSAK is a name well known for introducing always a new paradigm to the printing industry. Once again, the company has welcomed SYNCHROLINE – a game changer to the packaging industry. The Synchroline is capable of printing different kinds of substrates like paper, light card board and flexible substrates. It is a true ‘Fully’ Servo press vs a number of ‘Pseudo’ servo presses now flooding the market. It is common practise for manufacturers today to put one servo at the in-feed and another at the out-feed whereas retaining a main motor and a mechanical line shaft and still call it a ‘servo’ press.
The Lombardi Synchroline is a three-motor servo press. The way the motors in Lombardi are geared together is conceived in order to gain the best accuracy in register and to minimise the gear bars.
The ‘electronic shaft’ keeps register very accurately by means of an independent servo per print group. This printing press can be characterised as a modern working horse. It is equipped with printing groups governed singularly by brushless motors and the setting and maintenance of the printing register of the whole press is governed by the electric board with a system of register control. This enables to correct on real time the deviation from the register due to the extensions of the material. For the printing industry that looks for maximum versatility and the possibility of working on a wide gamma of materials.
SYNCHROLINE is equipped with ABS printing unit. It is fully automatic electronic pre-registration system: minimum material waste, minimum waste of time, maximum precision. It has fully automatic register controls with parameterisation system for perfect registration on extensible materials. It has electronic tension control for perfect tensioning of different substrates along with Quality analysis system.
Saurabh Jain of A&A Labels, a user of Synchroline, said, “Addition of Synchroline 430 has opened up new applications and allows us to work on wide gamma of materials. The machine has offered us the opportunity to produce labels on flexible film as well as begin the production of mono-cartons, thereby expanding our portfolio and market reach beyond the regional level.”
“As a company we put lot of effort into our solutions that are truly innovative and address real needs among our customers. It’s been impressive to watch A & A Labels expand their production with Synchroline and further strengthen their business,” said Ranesh Bajaj.
The coming year will hopefully see a spurt in Lombardi installations in India and the coming Label Expo in Brussels should be a good showcase for the same.