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Prati Vegaplus series bought by Dutch label printer
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Jul '10
A Vegaplus LF330 die-cutting machine from an Italian label inspection company, Prati, has been installed by Dutch label printer, Hofprint Etiketten.

Etiketten, which is situated in Groenlo, Netherlands, specializes in supplying custom-made labels to a wide array of industries. One of these being a textile label firm, wherein Etiketten recently took up a project, involving finishing of plastic labels applied to medical apparels.

As per Albert Hof, Managing Director, Etiketten, from providing services to a wide range of markets and adaptability were the key criteria before selecting the machine. Hof has had in the past, a long lasting relationship with Prati.

Hof got immediately intrigued in the manner in which Vegaplus functions, when first introduced. Superior quality at an immense speed, suitable for a wide range of applications was the exact thing that Hof was looking out for.

With its state-of-the-art design, Vegaplus series can also be custom-made; to meet with the specific needs of an individual consumer.

The version constructed for Etiketten comprises of an unwinding module for diameters up to one metre, including roll-lifting unit, an automatic register control and two die-cutting stations.

While it runs at an immense speed of 200 metres a minute, the rewinding module is processed on glueless three-shaft turret.

Etiketten, for their series, had also demanded the need for an automatic pitch winding and a series of specific attributed for textile labeling, such as pinfeed holes. These holes help the fabric to run perfectly round, ensuring smooth run via the machine.

Hof explains that, in order to meet with their customer's orders, they wanted the pinfeed holes. These holes are present to ensure that there is no problem, while the fabric gets transported within the machine. This saves the company both time and money.

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