MPS will open its doors January 15 and 16, 2013 for printers and converters interested in seeing live demonstrations of the EF flexo and EXL offset presses.
DIDAM, The Netherlands (December 17th, 2012) – MPS today announced its open house taking place January 15 and 16, 2013 at company headquarters in Didam, The Netherlands. Printers and converters will witness live demonstrations of the MPS EF flexo and EXL offset presses. In addition to the mentioned presses, other press lines in production can also be viewed in the MPS factory.
Label print jobs will be demonstrated on an EF410 UV full servo 8-colour flexo press and the an EXL410 UV full servo 14-colour offset press. Visitors will witness the best in print performance from both printing technologies. Both the offset combination press with flexo, gravure and screen units and the flexo press are equipped with a range of converting units such as delam/relam, hot/cold foil, web turn bar, laminating and more.
The EF flexo and EXL offset press lines will be running various materials and applications. Open house guests will discover how quickly a job changeover is accomplished when switching designs or changing materials. The print jobs will also feature die-cutting and cold-foiling applications.
MPS presses are known in the market for their high level of automation, outstanding print quality and ease of operation. Printers and converters interested in attending the MPS open house to see the presses running live demonstrations and learn more about the company’s innovative technology are invited to register by e-mail at email@example.com with their contact information and indicating the day they plan to attend. Demonstrations will be presented four times each day at 10:00, 11:00, 14:00 and 15:00 with a complimentary lunch served at 12:30.
MPS builds printing and converting machines for the self-adhesive and packaging printing market. MPS is responsible for a large number of revolutionary innovations like Crisp.Dot Flexo printing, Quick Change Die, automatic plate mounting and Automated Process Control (APC), including Job Memory. A user-friendly interface including iControl guarantees optimal operator satisfaction. The presses are developed with the absolute focus on print quality and the lowest cost per 1,000 labels.
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