PeterLynn upgrades its Xeikon label press

UK • PeterLynn has announced details of an upgrade to its 2012 Xeikon digital colour press purchase in order to cope with the increased volume of label production being demanded by its customers.

Commenting on the need for the upgrade, James Lindsay, General Manager of PeterLynn, said: “The ability to field upgrade the Xeikon was part of our initial decision making process when we selected the 3030 label press, and it seemed the logical move for us to make in order to increase our production capacity.”

The Xeikon 3300 digital label press hardware offers variable web width ranging from 200 mm (7.9″) up to 330 mm (13″). The machine now offers PeterLynn a top speed of 19.2 m/min (63 ft/min) and it can handle production volumes of up to 380 square meters/hour (589 MSI/hour).

Established in 1985, PeterLynn manufactures custom roll labels, plain paper labels, laser labels, tickets and tags. It provides a range of products for specific applications, including synthetic materials, write and seal labels, mobile printer labels, high temperature and cryogenic label products.

Andreas Keller

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