ABG showcases 13 cutting-edge finishing machines

A B Graphic International (ABG) has prepared the biggest presence yet at this year’s Labelexpo Europe to unveil its automation technology and showcase 13 of its cutting-edge finishing machines. 

An automated workflow solution streamlines the print and finishing process by connecting all stages into one automated workflow.

ABG also showcases its latest product innovations, including advancements in non-stop winding technology and the new turret rewinder model. 

A few days after celebrating the impressive milestone of 2,500 sold units of its Vectra turret rewinder, ABG formally introduced the next generation of highly automated machines. 

These cutting-edge models will be available in hot melt glue (Vectra G) and glueless (Vectra) variants. 

The stand visitors can also see Converter, a new fully modular converting line with higher speeds, new flexo technology and a smaller footprint.

Other products on show include a Digicon with screen and Ecoleaf unit for sustainable foiling, DigiLase 4.0, DigiJet 330, DigiLite, SRI3 430 with monochrome inkjet, shrink sleeve seaming, doctoring solutions and an entry-level SRI. 

ABG’s stand will also feature a booklet module and its partner Maan Engineering’s module for laminate and linerless label solutions.

To complete its extensive presence at the show, ABG has also collaborated with HP to demonstrate its non-stop unwind and rewind system. It seamlessly integrates into the V12 production line as a single platform. 

It has been designed with state-of-the-art guarding measures, ensuring operator safety, ease and comfort during operation. 

It can reach speeds of up to 120 metres per minute. It stands out in terms of performance and delivers the best tension control, making it highly reliable for various applications.  

ABG global sales director Matt Burton said: “Key to ABG’s leadership in the print finishing market is our ability to create solutions for the market as the market evolves. With the addition of ABG’s non-stop winding technology, label printers can maximise the potential of the V12 press.”  

Contact ANZ distributor Currie Group for more information.

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