Bobst launches new hybrid press Master DM5 at Labelexpo 2019

September 25, 2019

Packaging Solutions

 

Bobst has announced the world premiere of its latest innovation – a hybrid label press, which provides the best possible combination of digital and DigiFlexo printing in a single press. The Master DM5 – which has ‘Mouvent Inkjet Digital Technology Inside’ – is associated with total flexibility for high added value labels, with extremely short job set up and fast return on investment. It is the most digitally automated press in the label market, with the highest print quality and productivity. 

 

‘The Master DM5 is our first ever fully digitally integrated hybrid press and represents a new era in the production of self-adhesive labels with totally new standards of productivity and profitability,’ said Jean-Pascal Bobst, CEO of Bobst. ‘Bobst can now offer the full range of digital, hybrid and DigiFlexo solutions, which are perfectly integrated, interchangeable and scalable to all present and future needs.’

 

 

The Master DM5 is the most convenient digital integration available. Immediately it looks different, standing out at first glance, with the smallest footprint in the industry, easy and user friendly access to digital print heads and the automated set up of multi-process operations. The digital print engine inside the Master DM5 is made up of Mouvent’s proprietary Cluster Technology – integrating Fujifilm Dimatix Samba printheads – which is the innovative basis of the entire range of digital printing machines developed by Mouvent, Bobst’s digital printing competence centre. The Mouvent Cluster heads are super compact and simple to change for easy and accessible maintenance, and have all in one fully integrated inking, conditioning and electronic circuits for the highest print heads reliability.

 

‘Two of the greatest benefits of the Master DM5 are its productivity and reliability,’ said Federico D’Annunzio, Bobst programme manager hybrid printing. ‘It represents a total flexo digital converting integration, with non-stop productivity, and the highest press uptime in the industry. It prints at speeds of up to 100 metres per minute at the highest quality, 1200 x 1200 dpi. Full digital automation means that only one press operator is needed to print high added value label jobs, in short and medium runs. Job changes on the fly, without stopping the press, are possible for flexo, digital, die cutting and stripping processes. All analogue tools (print cylinders, flexible dies) are changed automatically. Waste stripping is also fully automated. Eliminating traditional analogue bottlenecks, the Master DM5 is the very first digitised ‘non-stop’ label press.’

 

Importantly, in an era when colour fidelity and consistency are more important than ever, the Master DM5 has a wide digital colour gamut in digital printing, and the most accurate and easy to achieve digital colour matching. It has an exclusive screening and digital front end (DFE) solution. 

 

Ink-on-Demand (IoD) is an optional extra for DigiFlexo print units, a revolutionary solution that replaces conventional inking reservoirs with a single rubber pipe that dispenses 30 grams of ink to the print unit. The system eliminates ink trays and chambered doctor blades and performs fully automated washing of the print unit in less than one minute.

 

It also has a full range of added value capabilities, including coatings, varnishes, tactile effects, 3D effects, hot stamping, cold foil, embossing, die cutting, punching, silk screen, flexo and digital variable data printing (VDP).

 

‘The Master DM5 is a fully digitally integrated label press like this has never been invented before,’ said Federico D'Annunzio. ‘The benefits for printers and converters are significant, and we are planning to demonstrate the full capabilities of this highly innovative press at Labelexpo.’

 

 

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