The label converting equipment manufacturer stopped visitors in their tracks in 2003. Can it repeat the performance in 2011? LABEL CONVERTERS could well become embroiled in a major talking point at this year’s forthcoming Labelexpo Europe exhibition. A label converting equipment manufacturer, which stopped visitors in their tracks at the 2003 event with the Daco DTD250, a table top finishing machine that included die cutting, and kept the price ultra competitive, believes it has done it again with a new and genuine innovation.
Daco Solutions will launch the Daco ‘DF330’ , a servo driven single colour flexographic press with re-register capabilities, but if the reaction to it is as overwhelming as it was for its DTD250 machine, that resulted in 250 sales enquiries in a matter of days, David Beynon and Mark Laurence, the driving forces behind the company, could be issuing invoices at a satisfying rate. The DTD250 will also have significant upgrades for Labelexpo 20011 with an air mandrel for the unwind, a new draw / nip roller configuration, guarding modification enabling RotoMetrics Hydra Jacks to be fitted at a later date by the client and a Daco designed back scoring system. Managing director David Beynon. “It’s the type of machine I always knew would do well, ever since I started the business after leaving a market leading label converting machine manufacturer as head of design. We have spent considerable design hours and market analysis time on our new piece of equipment and we fully believe it is going to cause a stir at the show.” His belief at the time, as now, is that converting machines had become overly complicated and expensive, victims of the trend for technological progression at all costs in order to repeatedly impress customers with the latest bells and whistles, modules and technical developments. We have taken a fresh approach to the Daco ‘DF330’ and feel that the converting unit can be a cost effective multi facet machine. The ‘DF330’ can take digital print from a variety of digital presses, apply a varnish or over laminate and die cut to register. It is also capable of producing single colour flexographic labels and die cut or using the re-register system add further colours, or just simply die cut plain labels. The PLD250 semi-automatic turret rewinder will also make an appearance again with upgraded software to facilitate even quicker set-up times for the operator.
For futher information please contact:- Mark Laurence
Tel: + 44 1482 860288