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Rotocon and Screen offer efficient digital printing and finishing solutions

Steve Low, Screen South Africa’s Sales and Service Director and Michael Aeengenvoort, Rotocon’s CEO.Rotocon and Screen have been in partnership since 2014 and with a six-year relationship between the two companies, the partnership has only grown stronger with Rotocon adding to its product offering going digital with a Screen Truepress Jet L350UV+ series.

The Truepress works in tandem with Rotocon’s Ecoline RDF 340/440 finishing machine which can varnish, coat foil, laminate and spot colour. The value for money offered in the Truepress and Ecoline kit lies in the fact that the Ecoline RDF 340/440 digital finishing machine costs 30% of the price of the Truepress which limits the barriers to entry into the digital label printing market without a lack of compromise on quality.

The Ecoline RDF 340/440 is a digital finishing machine for the processing of roll goods. The machine is servo-controlled and can rotate at 120m per minute. It takes materials that are a thickness of between 0.04mm to 0.2 mm. Rotocon sold five Screen Truepress Jet L350UV+ along with finishing equipment in South Africa at Propak in 2019 since the year began.

ROTOCONTROL Ecoline RDF digital label converting and finishing systemThe press is truly one of a kind in that it offers access to the market in terms of its cost and its ease of use. “It is really easy to use, it is a ‘press a green button and go’ kind of press. You can have it up and running with only a week’s training and I think that is a really important feature in this fast-paced world. The key to running the machine is having a good DTP department, if your artwork is correct then you just load your paper and print,” explains Pascal Aengenvoort, Sales Director at Rotocon.

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