Daco D250R – Digital Label Finishing System
D250R rotary die cutter is an ideal solution for the converting and finishing of digital labels from the smaller digital label printing presses. The D250R re-register die cuter with optional sheeting unit enables digitally printed labels to be finished in rolls or as a sheeted label in one pass.
The Daco D250R is the ideal re-register die cutting solutions for smaller digital label printing presses. The D250R re-register die cut machine allows digitally printed webs to be finished quickly and economically. The machine offers the flexibility to either produce labels roll to roll or sheet labels with the optional sheeting station.
The Daco D250R digital label finishing system is a cost effective solution to the finishing of digitally pre-printed webs from machines such as the Primera CX1200, Degrava 8500 and EFI Jetrion type machines. Using the latest in servo drive technology the material can be converted into finished rolls or sheets at speeds of upto 130 metres / minute – 426 feet / minute .
The re-register rotary die cutter is available with either one or two rotary die stations, sheeting station rotary slitting and independent tension control for the unwind and rewind.
- Maximum unwind diameter: 700mm (27.5″).
- 76mm (3″) diameter air shaft.
- Merobel electromagnetic particle brake.
- Automatic taper tension control.
- End of roll function – The user is able to program the roll end diameter – slowdown and/or stop – The system does not use any roll followers or external sensors that can be damaged at roll changes. The diameter is programmed from the touch screen operator interface.
- Web guide
- BST electronic web guide.
- Ultrasonic sensor – enables guiding of opaque and clear materials.
- Adjustable web guide sensor.
- +/- 25mm (1″) correction.
- Integral splice table with pneumatic web clamps.
- Die Station
- Die cut to register servo drive system – With an accuracy of 0.25mm 0.010″) at a constant speed.
- 153 – 406 (6″-16″) die repeats.
- Rotometrics through hardened anvil – 84T – 10.5″ repeat.
- Gearing – 1/8 cp, 20 degree pressure angle.
- In-feed and exit nip roller.
- Matrix / Waste Rewind – 400mm (15.75″) diameter.
- 76mm (3″) mechanical mandrel for waste rewind.
- A driven matrix stripping roller with adjustable tension control ensures reliable matrix stripping, enabling high speed running even if the matrix becomes unstable.
- Draw Head
- Fully adjustable silicone nip roller against a driven draw roller.
- The silicone nip roller does not allow labels to attach themselves to it reducing down time.
- Rotary Scissor Slitting
- 3 rotary scissor slitting knives (shear knife).
- Minimum slit width: 13mm (0.51″).
- Lateral knife adjustment: +/- 5mm (0.196″).
- 1 Product rewind.
- Maximum rewind diameter: 360mm (14″).
- 76mm (3″) air mandrel.
- Servo driven rewind.
- Automatic taper tension control.
- The mandrels are quick change.
- Labels in / labels out rewinding.
- Count Facility
- Linear – metres & feet.
- Colour Touch Screen Operator Interface
- Highlights machine status, error messages and warnings
- Counting options
- Tension settings
- Job storage allows for easy & quick job set ups – 100 jobs
- Speed – 130 metres / minute – 426 feet / minute – dependent on material.
- Run Hour Meter.
- Conforms to CE regulations and all circuits use dual channel safety switches, which are continuously monitored using a certified safety relay.
- Closed loop tension control.
- Re-register sensor for holographic materials.
- Lateral knife separation.
- Additional rotary die station (no waste rewind or stripping) servo driven.
- Sheeting station with shingle conveyor.
- Self wound laminating station.
- Upgrade laminating with a waste rewind for laminate backing paper.
- Matrix stripping bar.
- Dual product rewinds.
- Razor slitting – with on the run lateral adjustment and a 10mm (0.39″) minimum slit width.
- Air mandrels – 25 to 76mm (1 to 3″).
- Daco DBS back scorer – enables edge trim to be wound with the waste matrix.
- RotoMetrics Hydra Jack. die pressure gauges.
- Additional rotary slitting knives.
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