During PlastFocus 2024, UFlex showcases the technological advancements and capabilities of its innovative machines – CI flexo and Combi lamination machines. The PlastFocus exhibition is organized at Yashobhoomi (IICC), Dwarka, New Delhi from 1 to 5 February 2024. During the event, UFlex is present at Stand A 51, Hall 1.
CI flexo press
UFlex presents its CI flexo press including the first-ever made-in-India gearless central impression flexo printing press, introduced in 2017. Building on this legacy, UFlex has ventured into manufacturing a central impression, up to 10 colors, 800-1600 mm web width CI flexo printing press. This collaborative endeavor with Italy-based Comiflex has resulted in a machine that offers unparalleled performance. With a printing speed of up to 400 meters/minute, this system is equipped with modem connectivity to UFlex’s service team for remote monitoring, diagnostics, and troubleshooting, ensuring real-time assistance to clients.
Combi lamination machine
UFlex’s combi lamination machine features a digital AC vector drive and AC vector grade motor technology. This versatile model facilitates the lamination of two different substrates seamlessly using any of the two modes at a given time. The machine includes unwind and rewind features, a solvent-less coating unit, a gravure coating unit, a lamination unit, and a drying tunnel. With a speed of up to 300 meters/minute for solvent-based operations and 450 meters/minute for solvent-less operations, this machine sets new benchmarks in efficiency and performance.
UFlex invites industry enthusiasts and stakeholders interested in these pioneering technologies to experience live demonstrations of these machines at its Noida manufacturing facility. These exclusive plant visits are aimed at providing a first-hand experience of UFlex’s avant-garde manufacturing processes and technological advancements. Moreover, during the visit, customers can discuss about the upcoming launch of the Electronic Line Shaft (ELS) rotogravure printing machine models G-24/G-25, scheduled to be released soon.