Rollem International Announces New Sheet Size For Insignia6 Diecutter
Rollem International has released the Insignia6 sheetfed flexo-magnetic rotary diecutter with a versatile sheet capacity of 20˝x20˝. Able to perform diecutting, kiss cutting, cut scoring, creasing, perforating and hole punching all in one pass, the Insignia6 enables maximum utilization of sheet imposition with the ability to feed sheets either portrait or landscape. The Insignia Series, proudly manufactured in the U.S., has been widely adopted by commercial and package printers alike due to its ability to convert an extensive range of stocks extending beyond paper and board including PVC, PET, plastic, vinyl, magnets and even lightweight aluminum. It also handles stock weights up to 24 pt. thickness, ideal for folded carton products.
Insignia is not a ‘one size fits all’ machine. Printers have the choice of configuring the Insignia with single or dual magnetic cylinders, bearered vs. non-bearered cylinders, and multiple delivery options to meet their unique production requirements. Insignia’s quick set-up and easy changeover make it ideal for digital printers offering customized consumer products such as folded cartons for cosmetics, soaps and craft boxes. Beverage labels, retail hang tags and computer component inlays are also ideally suited for this model.
Insignia is now offered in three sizes: Insignia5 20˝x15˝, Insignia6 20˝x20˝ and the Insignia7 30˝x24˝. Insignia uses a full press style register system to guarantee 100% sheet-to-sheet registration. With a robust, production level design, these machines are capable of running up to 5,000 sph. For complete automation, Insignia is offered with an in-line folder/gluer unit to deliver finished, glued products, in one process.
The Insignia diecutter offers a wealth of value added processes in an economical, easy to use machine, designed and manufactured in the U.S.A. “We’re seeing customers from a broad range of sectors including commercial, packaging, photographical and industrial companies. Some seeking to eliminate outsourcing and others with legacy machinery who are looking for shorter run, easy to operate alternatives,” states Susan Corwin, marketing manager.