Gallus has introduced Labelfire Diamond Core Series, a range of four new digital presses defined and tailored to the different market requirements with optional high-opacity digital white available for all models.
The heart of each Gallus Labelfire is the digital print unit, the so-called ‘diamond core’, enabling up to 1200 x 1200 DPI UV inkjet printing with Samba printheads by Fujifilm. According to Gallus, printing results with pinning modules are specially adapted for the inks and printheads and the simulation of the Pantone Plus color scale. All four models offer production speed up to 70 m/min and the ability to print a variety of substrates.
The D1 and D2 models are suitable for all printing companies, which do not need in-line finishing.
The Labelfire D1 is the 4-color entry-level machine system into the 1200 DPI digital printing and is ideal for commodity labels with changing small run lengths.
The Labelfire D2 is the alternative with seven colors CMYK plus gamut extension Green, Orange, and Violet for highly challenging designs, enabling up to 94 percent of the simulated Pantone Plus color scale.
Whether 4-color or 7-color, with or without the digital white option, the hybrid technology offers expanded flexibility due to integrated in-line finishing and embellishing modules.
The Labelfire D3, the 4-color UV inkjet press, and the 7-color Labelfire D4 with 7 (CMYK GOV) are equipped with a flexo and a die-cutting unit for easy single-pass printing. Optional equipment includes a laminating/varnishing module and a cold foil unit, a cost-effective production of finished labels.
‘With the Gallus Labelfire Diamond Core Series, we offer a suitable range for all types of printers, regardless of their level of experience and scope of requirements,’ said Thomas Schweizer, head of business management at Gallus. ‘In addition, we offer a fully comprehensive service. With buying this machine, all maintenance work is included in the price for the first year of operation, and thereafter our customers can choose from three service basic packages with the option of flexible expansion, from the low-cost, basic rate to the all-round carefree package.’