If you are looking for a flexo printing machine that can really print large quantities of your self-adhesive labels, flexible packaging, laminate tubes, or shrink sleeves – and do so quickly, with great quality, and effectively – then you have come to the right address.
Speed, quality, and efficiency of production without compromise. These are the main advantages of the Gallus Labelmaster 440 in the Advanced version – a new generation machine that opens up completely new flexo printing possibilities.
The Gallus Labelmaster 440 in the Advanced version can comfortably handle our entire product portfolio – from self-adhesive labels of all kinds to flexible packaging, from laminate tubes and shrink sleeves through to tickets. However, it is not intended for small quantities of labels or packaging. On the other hand, really long jobs (roughly 3,000 m plus) are lapped up.
Thanks to the turning cross ("flipper"), it can turn the material around right as its being printed, and with the delam/relam device it can print up to 3 colours on adhesives in a single pass of the material.
Another advantage of flexo printing is guaranteed colour consistency for repeated jobs.
The maximum input material width is up to 440 mm. This allows us to produce multiple productions (motifs) side by side and so save on material, time, and last but not least, your money.
Its superior speed also supports truly efficient production. The machine can print up to 200 bm/min. Imagine that!
Labelmaster can have up to 10 printing units. In addition to standard printing with direct colours, you can also use these units to implement the wide range of finishing options that the machine offers.
We have our own CTP studio, where we currently produce some of the highest quality flexographic printing plates on the market. Making our own printing plates significantly shortens the duration of the entire job.
The machine is equipped to a higher level than you generally find with flexo presses. Some of printing units referred to above can be swapped for up to two screen printing units, which can be used to create a higher ink or varnish deposit, thereby accentuating (even by touch) the desired elements of your label. We use this approach when making Braille labels. However, you can also choose to finish the print by cold or hot embossing, or even protect it by lamination.
It may seem at first that the machine also has a greater consumption of input material during print runs due to the higher number of print units. The opposite is actually true. Individual units have only 1.6 metres of material between them, which not only significantly saves material, but ultimately has a lower negative impact on the environment.
We are proud of the quality of our printing. That is why we have directly installed onto the machine a 100% HD camera, which continuously monitors the entire job and compares it with the approved original.