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CONTENTS

C NTENTS

drupa 2012

05 Heart and engine of the

printing and media industry

08 The Innovation Space

Products & Innovations

10 Mosca reveals future of strapping industry

14 Planatol presents innovations

16 New Flexibility in Paper Converting ...

18 PC-based Control for

printing and paper maschines

20 Multiple post-press processing

and fi lm packaging

22 The new HSB 13.000

23 Print.. Profi t.. Preserve!

24 innovative belts

26 An industrial leader presents

27 a well known brand

28 New high-gap UV-LED fl atbed

printer also unveiled

30 Further success

More highlights

32 drupa highlights 2012

A to Z supplier ´s guide

56 Keyword index

70 Order form supplier´s guide

Sections

03 Editorial

04 Imprint

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Heart and engine of

the printing and

media industry

THE ALL-ROUNDER OF PRINTING – MORE THAN JUST

NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES AND BROCHURES

Life without printing and media

is simply unthinkable – books,

newspapers, packaging, instructions for

use, posters, prospectuses, business

cards and tickets are an integral part of

everyday life. Even the rise of digital media

has not displaced print media, but rather

enriched it: The various methods of communication

are stimulating each other,

opening up new and intelligent opportunities

which form our everyday life. Therefore,

the international printing and media

industry is looking to the drupa 2012

event with a great deal of excitement, the

most important and largest trade fair of its

sector in the world. Furthermore, whilst in

the Western industrial countries the printing

and media industry is experiencing a

profound structural change, the markets

in the emerging countries of Asia and Latin

America are dynamically developing.

„The drupa event in Düsseldorf is an important

provider of ideas and the platform

for exchanging solutions and successful

business models especially in view of this

background“, Bernhard Schreier, President

of the drupa 2012 event, says, emphasising

the outstanding importance of

drupa 2012.

drupa has been unearthing, explaining

and promoting the mega trends of the in-

dustry for more than 60 years, has been

setting impulses for the development in

the next few years and has presented the

complete global market offer – this also

at the forthcoming 15th event. Whether

they are global players or striving newcomers

and software/IT companies, service

providers from the emerging countries

or the industrial nations – they will all be

represented at drupa from 03 to 16 May

2012. „The entire trade fair ground with

its 19 halls will transform into the biggest

printing house in the world during this period.

In doing so, approximately 1,850 exhibitors

from more than 50 countries will

demonstrate the diversity and innovation

strength of their industry – regardless of

whether this has to do with newspapers

etc., packaging printing, commercial or

functional printing“, says Werner Matthias

Dornscheidt, President and CEO of Messe

Düsseldorf.

drupa Innovation Park: Smart

solutions for the media industry

A diverse specialist supporting programme

with seminars, conferences and special

shows will take up the current topics

of the industry and thus complement the

exhibitors’ technology services. The drupa

innovation park 2012, presented by

digi:media (dip), will present current, in

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WERNER MATTHIAS DORNSCHEIDT

PRESIDENT AND CEO OF

MESSE DÜSSELDORF

(PICTURES: MESSE DÜSSELDORF)

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novative and trendsetting solutions and

applications for the entire media industry

in Hall 7.0. The dip, with approximately

130 exhibitors, is composed of nine topical

worlds. Innovative print products such

as lenticular, 3D printing, electronic printing,

augmented reality or the „tool kit“ for

cross-media campaigns, in other words

the preparation of content for the media

channels of print, tablet PCs and smartphones,

will be presented. The special

feature is the spatial proximity to the drupa

cube presented by digi:media in Hall

7a – the event and conference location on

the topic of cross-media communication.

drupa Cube: Trends in marketing,

publishing & creation

The drupa visitors will be able to obtain

information about trendsetting technologies

in the dip, and the neighbouring

drupa cube will provide the associated

content and business solutions. At this

location everything will revolve around the

trends in cross-media, print-based communication

for 13 days duration. Print

buyers, those making marketing decisions,

advertisers, publishing companies

and creative persons are invited. Each

exhibition day has its own motto, from

„Print – Web – Mobile“ to the „Day of Corporate

Communication“ and the „Day of

Newspapers“. Whether it is magazines,

books, out-of-home applications, dialogue

marketing, packaging, electronic

printing or media production – on each

day there will be a half-day symposium on

the various communication models. More

information and tickets can be obtained

at www.drupacube.de.

Sustainability:

Media Mundo@drupa

The special show „Media Mundo@drupa“

(Hall 9, Stand E55) will revolve around

the topic of sustainability in media production.

Visitor information, live discus-

sions and exciting presentations given by

experts and industry giants (such as Don

Carli, President of Nima Hunter, USA) will

be offered on approximately 240 m² of exhibition

space. Here, innovations, stimuli

and sustainability concepts from diverse

fi elds revolving around sustainable media

production will be found. Alongside associations

such as the World Wide Fund for

Nature (WWF), the Forest Steward Councilship

(FSC), the European Waterless

Printing Association (EWPA), the Allianz

deutscher Designer [Alliance of German

Designers] (AGD), the International Association

of the Deinking Industry (INGEDE)

and the Bundesverband Druck und Medien

[Federal Association for Printing and

Media] (bvdm), service providers from

the paper, energy, media production,

process and workfl ow management and

packaging sectors will present themselves.

All of the lectures will be broadcast

parallel and live on the Internet and those

watching from all over the world will be

able to pose questions to the respective

speakers via Twitter.

World premiere of the

58th TDC Show

The most important competition in the

world on the topic of font – the Type Directors

Club of New York – will be stopping

by at drupa and presenting the prize

winners of the current competition to the

world public for the fi rst time (Hall 6, Stand

B 06). 223 awards for work from 21 countries

were bestowed from 1,600 entries,

47 pieces of work come from Germany.

Diego Vainesmann, the TDC President

and Carol Wahler, Managing Director of

TDC, will come from the USA to open the

58th TDC show on 03 May (3 pm). This

year, the TDC show will be accompanied

by the type design competition TDC2 as

well as the new TDC Title Design, a competition

for innovative opening credits and

moving image typography.


drupacity: A city sees red

Since the drupa 2000 event, Düsseldorf

has been transforming into the drupacity

during drupa: A network of partners from

the catering, retail, art and culture trade

come together to make the stay in Düsseldorf

as pleasant as possible for guests

from all over the world. A highlight will be

the vessel fi t for the high seas, the drupaperboat

made by the Dutch paper designer

Filip Jonker which will be anchored in

the Kö-Graben. The 7.50 m long and 2.65

m wide boat made from 2,000 kilograms

of paper with 2,500 kilograms of sand as

ballast, has been made extra waterproof

for journeys by sea. Its test journey last

September went from Rotterdam over

the channel to the Thames Festival in

England. Other offers in the city will also

convey the core topics of the drupa 2012

well and in an understandable way. In the

shopping malls around the Kö, artists

will present their work with print and pa-

per for the drupart project – these range

from highly fashionable accessories from

paper to individually designed pieces of

furniture made from paper.

drupa will be open on a daily basis from

10 am to 6 pm (until 5 pm at the weekends).

A day ticket costs 40 euros online

and 65 euros at the box offi ce (www.drupa.de/1130).

A four day ticket costs 129

euros online in comparison to 220 euros

when purchasing on site. The reduced

entry fee for students and trainees is also

even better online: 15 euros instead of 25

euros. All of the drupa tickets include free

transportation to the trade fair and back

via bus, tram and train within the Verkehrsverbund

Rhein-Ruhr [Rhine-Ruhr

Public Transport Association] (VRR) and

Rhein-Sieg [Rhine-Sieg] (VRS) (2nd class,

supplement-free trains only). More information

on the route network can be found

at www.vrr.de and www.vrs-info.de.

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The Innovation Space

MEETING POINT FOR THE TRENDSETTERS OF PRINTING

COMMUNICATION

Only a few weeks left and then the slogan

in Düsseldorf is „one world – one

drupa“. A highlight of the world‘s largest

print and media trade fair will again be the

drupa cube. Staged over 13 days, everything

here revolves around the trends in

printing communication. Invitations have

been extended to print buyers, marketing

decision makers, advertisers, publishing

houses and creative people. Here, you

will obtain comprehensive information on

which print products will combine communications

capability with commercial

success in the future.

„Someone who is responsible for marketing

and publishing will not have a great

interest in the technology with which a

print product is realised“, says Manuel

Mataré, Director of drupa 2012. „It is only

important to him or her which advantages

can be gained. It is exactly this information

that we, together with our partners,

offer in the drupa cube – on every day

of the trade fair.“ Each trade fair day will

have its own motto, starting with „Print –

Web – Mobile“ to „Day of Corporate Communication“

up to „Day of Newspapers“.

Whether magazines, books, out-of-home

(home offi ce) applications, dialogue marketing,

packaging, electronic printing

or media production – everyday sees a

half-day symposium on the various types

of print. Here experts will introduce and

discuss the latest applications and trends

from print communication.

Creative highlights

at the weekend

drupa has developed the programme in

collaboration with its national and international

partners from the printing and

media industry. Amongst others, the Akademie

des Deutschen Buchhandels (Academy

of the German Book Trade), the Typografi

sche Gesellschaft München TDG,

the Type Directors Club of New York TDC,

the Deutsche Fachpresse (German Trade

Press Association), the Forum Corporate

Publishing FCP, the Deutsche Dialogmarketing

Verband ddv (German Dialog

Marketing Association), the Fachverband

Medienproduktioner f:mp, the Organic

Electronic Association (oe-a) as well as

the European Specialist Printing Manufacturers

Association ESMA are active in

the drupa cube.

Both weekends offer special highlights:

With the „Creative Weekend“ and two

days on the topic of „Future of Print“.

On the third and fourth day of drupa, the

„Creative Weekend“ deals with modern

typography in a cross-media context. On

the second weekend the speakers take a

look at the future of print production. The

programme not only addresses marketing

decision makers and advertisers but also

traditional drupa visitors. With the oe-a as

partner, there will be a symposium on the

topic of printed electronics on Saturday.

Sunday is organised by the ESMA with

lectures on 3D and functional printing.


13 days, 13 topics

The bilingual programme (simultaneous

in German and English) is geared towards

international specialists. The drupa cube

2012 is located directly next to the drupa

innovation park on the exhibition grounds

– technology and application can thus be

easily interlinked. The symposiums of the

drupa cube 2012 take place on every trade

fair day from 10:15 am to 1:30 pm. The

ticket for a one-day event costs 199 Euros.

This includes the admission to drupa

2012 and a lunch on the respective day.

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Thursday, 03 May Print – Web – Mobile

From social media through mobile marketing to print - tips and trends: In practice, this is what

media convergence looks like today.

Friday, 04 May Day of Packaging

Megatrends and new consumption behaviour - this is how they appear in the area of packaging.

Saturday, 05 May Creative Weekend 1

Quo vadis Editorial Design?

Sunday, 06 May Creative Weekend 2

Digital photography and cross-media design trends

Monday, 07 May Day of Magazines

Examples and trends of digital expansions of magazines - from mobile trend to app.

Tuesday, 08 May Day of Books

The role of books within the media mix - new business models and business strategies

Wednesday, 09 May Day of Corporate Communication

International trends and examples from the corporate sector - of new IT structures and communications

models.

Thursday, 10 May Day of Dialogue Marketing

Trends in data protection and new ways in terms of customer relations in dialogue management.

Friday, 11 May Day of Media Production

Trends and examples regarding the changes in media production – the future will speed up

this change even more.

Saturday, 12 May Future of Print 1

From technology to visions – what electronic printing is already capable of today.

Sunday, 13 May Future of Print 2

Latest developments and trends in the area of functional und 3D printing.

Monday, 14 May Out of Home

The big hype: Large format advertising and its effect within the context of digital media.

Tuesday, 15 May Day of Newspapers

Innovative examples of the changing newspaper sector and examples of how to deal with the

digital media worlds.

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TIMO MOSCA

CEO of Waldbrunn-based

Mosca AG

ALFRED KUGLER

Head of Marketing and Sales

at Mosca AG

(PICTURE: MOSCA AG)

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Mosca reveals future

of strapping industry

MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF DIVERSIFICATION IN THE

CORRUGATED BOARD MARKET

As a regular exhibitor at drupa, strapping

specialist Timo Mosca, CEO of

Waldbrunn-based Mosca AG, has lived

through and observed the changes in the

printing and paper industries over many

years.

Together with Alfred Kugler, Head of

Marketing and Sales at Mosca AG, he explains

where new challenges and future

markets can be found, how his company

– predominantly manufacturing in Germany

– can prevail in the face of worldwide

competition and why he claims technological

leadership in the strapping industry.

In what areas are strapping machines

used in the printing and

paper industries?

Timo Mosca: In an extremely diverse range

of sectors and production contexts.

The requirements our machines have to

fulfi ll differ from industry to industry and

application to application. Wholesalers,

for example, require machines that are

easy to operate and allow reliable overnight

order picking and packing. This is

an area where compact automatic machines

are at home. The graphics industry

requires fully automated, process-reliable

machines, such as our RO-TRI, to quickly


and effi ciently process their orders. For

the corrugated board industry, we supply

high performance machines that can

be integrated into a production line for

smooth high- speed strapping of individual

stacks or entire pallets.

What share of your sales revenues

is accounted for by the print

and paper industries?

Timo Mosca: These two sectors are our

main customers. While they used to take

an equal share, the corrugated board

industry has now signifi cantly overtaken

the printing sector. This is also refl ected

in the shift of focus of drupa: corrugated

board processors, which previously only

had small stands at the show, now have a

much bigger exhibition presence.

To what extent are changes in

the corrugated board market important

for strapping?

Alfred Kugler: There is a difference whether

the corrugated board is processed

as sheets to be used for purposes such

as interleaving in logistics or whether it is

intended to be enhanced into board for

primary packaging. In the fi rst case, the

main concern is to achieve high-speed

strapping, while the priority in the latter

case is for gentle strapping. For high

speeds, pallet strapping machines such

as our KCK 131-26 are ideal. At a rate of

200 pallets per hour, this is the fastest

pallet strapping machine in the world. De-

mand for gentle strapping is continuously

rising. Using soft tensioning of the strap

in single, double or cross-strapping, our

technology creates a securely strapped

bundle that protects the product and retains

stability. Years ago, we developed

inline strapping specifi cally for the corrugated

board industry. In this method,

the strapping runs in line with the board

corrugations and not across them, ensuring

very gentle strapping of corrugated

board sheets.

Where are your future markets?

Alfred Kugler: In terms of the industries

we serve, we aim to continue growing in

the corrugated board sector and establish

ourselves as market leaders. We are

also looking along the production chain.

Corrugated board manufacturers supply

fl at boxes to industries such as the food

processors, which assemble the boxes

and pack their products in them. For transport,

these products then have to be palletized

and strapped. Consequently, the

customers of the corrugated board producers

can also become our customers.

Timo Mosca: From a regional perspective,

Asia – particularly China and Southeast

Asia – is important for us. The

corrugated board industry is growing at

a rapid rate, especially in China, where

China Green Paper is currently developing

one of the world’s largest corrugated

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board factories, utilizing high-quality

technology for all stages of the value

chain – including Mosca strapping machines.

At the same time, we wish to

continue diversifying in other markets and

driving our developments in new industries

– for example in the construction and

ceramics industries.

You refer to yourselves as technological

leaders in the industry –

on what grounds do you base this?

Timo Mosca: We repeatedly bring new

stimuli to the market. For example, we

were the fi rst company to use DC machines,

powered by non-wearing direct

drives – a system that has become a

standard throughout the industry. The

SoniXs technology that we developed is

also unique. No other company manufacturers

a strapping machine that uses

ultrasound to seal the strap ends.

Alfred Kugler: It is not always quantum

leaps in technology that make the difference.

Frequently it is precisely the gradual

improvements that become apparent

only when you become more involved

with the market and customers and

which then lead to new applications. Take

the oxidation-free SoniXs TRP-VA, which

we developed specifi cally to meet the rigorous

hygiene requirements of the food

industry. This was possible only because

we use ultrasonic strap sealing. The fi sh

industry now, at last, has a sustainably

working machine for strapping their fi sh

crates that no longer need to be scrapped

after six months because it has rusted

away.

How do you deal with the fact that

competitors from low-cost economies

copy your technologies and

machines?

Timo Mosca: It is naturally quicker and

cheaper to copy something than to develop

it yourself – and mechanical engineering

is not rocket science. However,

the key factor that distinguishes us, especially

from the Chinese companies, is

our comprehensive approach. We do not

simply ask, “how do I construct a machine?”

Instead, we look into what is the

customer’s problem. Working processes

are simplifi ed, but the complexity of the individual

machine components increases.

Continuity of the workforce is essential to

be able to keep abreast of developments.

In Asia, with a high rate of employment

turnover, this is a problem. Our family

company, by contrast, has built up the

constancy and specialist knowledge that

it needs to explore new developments

over 46 years.

In addition to machinery, you also

produce the straps. At drupa, you

are presenting strap made from

sustainable raw materials. Is this

the future?

Alfred Kugler: PLA strap is made from a

biocompatible polylactide polymer, produced

from renewable raw materials,

such as potato or maize starch, which

can be industrially composted after use.

The clever part is that the strap can be

completely regenerated. Once produced,

the PLA can be reused over and over

again.

There is therefore no need to continuously

expand potato and maize growing areas

to meet rising demand. The development

has not yet been launched on the

market, because the base material for

PLA is currently more expensive than the

raw material for polypropylene strapping,

and we still have no customer willing to

pay this added cost. This will not change

until more pressure comes from end customers

who support the use of renewable

raw materials.


What will you be exhibiting

at drupa?

Alfred Kugler: We are showing a new

generation of machines: the SoniXs MP

Evolution, a successor to our standard

automatic model, which will give new

stimulus. It is a further stage of development

in terms of machine reliability and

performance. We are going more and

more down the road of modularity, based

on high-quality assemblies. By doing this,

we increase reproducibility – which means

that we can continuously guarantee

the same performance and reliability from

the smallest automatic unit to the largest

machine. Our electronic components

create unique selling points for us, which

the competition is unable to match. For

customers, this is refl ected in increased

productivity at lower cost. The largest

machine we will be demonstrating is a

new version of the KZV-111 fully automated

pallet strapping machine with opti-

mized design elements and components.

Use of a narrower strap track now makes

it possible to strap even fl at pallets.

Timo Mosca: We are also focusing heavily

on the theme of reliable integration of

strapping machines in production lines.

To enable this, we offer our customers

machines with full CE functionality, which

can be used without additional structures,

such as enclosures or perspex guards. In

place of these, we manufacture operationally

safe, user-friendly machines, safeguarded

by light screens and light curtains.

These features also benefi t the service

engineer, allowing access to the machine

without fi rst having to unscrew protective

guards. At drupa, we will be presenting

our entire portfolio, from the smallest automatic

machine to the large high-performance

machines and covering everything

from PET, PP and PLA straps to service

and advice.

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Planatol

presents

innovations

STAND A07 IN HALL 13

Planatol Group, since 80 years an

established partner of printers, packaging

manufacturers, bookbinders and

coating companies, will show a number

of innovations at drupa 2012, in the fi eld

of fold-gluing systems, adhesives and

binding machines.

Fold-Gluing Systems

Planatol offers high-performance systems

for fold-gluing in web printing. The

systems for longitudinal gluing Combijet

9NET and 9DT produce exact glue lines

and consume very little adhesive. They distinguish

themselves by applicator heads

with a service life of hundreds of millions

of switching cycles. The gluing nozzles

are made of ceramic and last for more

than 400,000 km of contact application.

At drupa, Planatol will show the new

system cabinet of Combijet 9NET in a

modern and compact design. The media

compartment inside the cabinet has

also been improved: The components are

now more conveniently arranged and are

therefore better accessible for maintenance

purposes.

Furthermore, new functions such as web

edge scanning and glue line monitoring

will be presented at drupa. Web edge

scanning means that a sensor scans the

paper web which will stop the glue ap-

plication when the web is not there. With

glue line monitoring a constant glue application

can be ensured.

Planatol is the only supplier world-wide

offering cross-web gluing systems by

means of which paper ribbons can be

glued together also across the web travel.

Products in short-grain size can thus

be realized. At drupa, Planatol will show

Crossjet, a new product study of a gluing

system which is based on a special valve

technique allowing non-contact application

in cross-web gluing for the fi rst time.

Glue dots are shot onto the paper web

with high-end applicator heads which are

arranged across the web. Even at maximum

speed a glue dot will be positioned

in an exact way. With the sophisticated

control system the glue can be placed at

any position on variable formats, as it is

required, for example, in rotogravure printing.

First trial runs have already proved to

be successful. Crossjet is soon to replace

the existing generation of cross-web gluing

systems.

Adhesives based on 80 years of

experience

Planatol offers high-performance adhesives

for bookbinding, fold gluing, forms

and mailings, print fi nishing, packaging as


well as for labels and other applications.

The whole range of adhesive technologies

is covered, from dispersions to PSA,

EVA and PUR hot melts. At drupa, Planatol

will present a diversity of innovations

from the adhesive laboratory: For glossy

fi lm lamination, Planatol has developed

a new dispersion adhesive which features

excellent adhesion properties with

a reduced amount of cross linking agent,

thus saving costs for customers. The new

laminating adhesive can be used both

as a 1-component and a 2-component

system. For perfect binding, Planatol HM

2941 will be presented, a new EVA hot

melt which excels with its very low processing

temperature, reducing energy

costs in the production process. This new

adhesive offers excellent strength of the

perfect binding and can also be used in

the two-shot process. Another highlight

at drupa will be Planatol’s new PSA adhesive

for casemaking. The PSA is resistant

to temperature variations and ensures

absolutely fl at book covers in winter and

optimum production speeds in summer. It

is easy to process and provides excellent

adhesion even on diffi cult cover materials.

Planatol’s PUR hot melts offer excellent

processing properties and very high

strength as well as a high temperature

resistance. Specifi cally for the requirements

of perfect binding, a new PUR adhesive

has been developed, which – for

the fi rst time – combines the advantages

of the PUR technology with a perfect layfl

at ability. With the versatile Planatol PUR

2880, an additional low-emission variant

and other types, Planatol covers all applications

in book production.

Planax binding machines and Plana

adhesive products

At drupa, Planatol will present the successful

Planax Copy Binder 5 in a new

design. This offi ce binding machine enables

to bind single documents or short print

runs professionally and in a high quality. It

excels with high performance, easy operation

and a favourable price. The newly

developed Planax Strips are used as binding

spines. These thermo binding strips

made of linen have an adhesive coating

which ensures excellent durability – even

with diffi cult papers.

In addition, Planatol’s presentation will include

the Plana Dots from the Plana product

line. Plana Dots are glue dots made

from pressure sensitive hot melt adhesive

for all kinds of professional packaging applications

for printed products.

DRUPA 2012

LEFT: PUR ADHESIVES FROM

PLANATOL

RIGHT: CROSSJET, THE NEW GE-

NERATION OF CROSS-WEB GLUING

SYSTEMS

(PICTURES: PLANATOL HOLDING

GMBH)

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NEW MACHINE AT BIELOMATIK‘S TRADE

FAIR STAND: THE CUTMASTER CFS 105

OFFERS THE HIGHEST FLEXIBILITY IN

THE SMALLEST SPACE WITH FOLIO-

SIZE CUTTING.

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New Flexibility in

Paper Converting …

INNOVATIONS FROM BIELOMATIK AT DRUPA 2012

At the stand from bielomatik visitors

can experience a selection

of the latest paper processing machines

and an RFID label production unit live.

Flexibility isn‘t just bielomatik‘s drupa

motto, rather it is now the focus of the

entire paper and converting industry:

Smaller order batches require shorter

changeover times and variable use of the

machinery for the production of the most

varied orders.

The new cross cutter CFS 105 is a true

„all-rounder“ that can not only cut diver-

se sizes and grammages without leaving

marks, but also above all the most varied

materials: Carton, fi lm and naturally also

coated and uncoated paper. Also preprinted

rolls can be cut according to printing

register. The new development from bielomatik,

which is based on decades of experience

in the cross cutter area, can be

integrated into current ERP and workfl ow

management systems. With its extremely

compact design in the „roll to sheets“

area, it should appeal to print shops, paper

mills and paper trading companies as

well as the packaging industry.


The innovations in Düsseldorf also in-

clude the multi-layer laminating machine

SpeedLiner T-165 for Smart labels. On

the compact RFID production unit that

can be modularly expanded, labels for

textiles, so-called „hang tags“ will be produced

at the stand with which a „permanent

inventory“ will be simulated on-site.

The reliable reject function for defective

transponders, the „bad inlay removal“,

ensures perfect product quality. The

SpeedLiner also offers a controled hot

melt application in addition to a new ticket

delivery unit. The new optional fold delivery

enables a high degree of size fl exibility.

The fl agship for the fully automatic production

of spiral and wire comb-bound

products, the P 35-49 Plus, can also be

seen in operation at the drupa. Thanks to

the 2-up binding drum, a speed increased

by 33 % is possible in the wire comb

binding (80 instead of 60 cycles). With the

new cartridge system for the punching

and cutting unit as well as electronic setting

of cut-off lenghts and sheet counts,

the size changing times are reduced by

almost the half. Flexibility with maximum

effi ciency is currently essential for futureoriented

machine equipment.

For customers entering into professional

exercise book production, bielomatik

developed the P 24-90. The expandable

system at a particularly attractive price/

performance ratio is convincing thanks to

its reliable performance and high product

quality. The simple operation and maintenance

of the exercise book line P 24-90

enables use above all in newly developing

markets.

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THE MODULAR AND COMPACT RFID

LAMINATING MACHINE SPEEDLINER

T-165 IS INTRODUCED FOR THE VARI-

OUS PRODUCTION REQUIREMENTS OF

SMART LABELS, TICKETS AND TAGS.

(PICTURES: BIELOMATIK LEUZE

GMBH + CO. KG)

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PC-based Control

for printing and

paper machines

MAKING OPTIMUM USE OF PROCESSOR POWER: WITH

SCIENTIFIC AUTOMATION FOR THE PRINTING INDUSTRY

Beckhoff will present its PC-based control

technology for the printing and paper industry

at Drupa between 3 and 16 May

in Düsseldorf, Germany. With powerful

Industrial PCs, the fast EtherCAT communication

system and TwinCAT automation

software the technology offers a high

degree of integration. That means, in addition

to the basic functions PLC, Motion

Control and visualisation, the solution also

integrates high-precision measurement

technology, Condition Monitoring and safety

technology on a single PC platform,

without the need for special additional

hardware. Furthermore, the Beckhoff Industrial

PCs have adequate capacity reserves

for application software, e.g. for

controlling the web edges and registers.

In addition to higher productivity, PCbased

control also offers more effi cient

engineering with lower hardware costs.

PC-based Control from Beckhoff offers

users an integrated control and drive platform

that covers all aspects from the fi eld

level to the IT level, including pre-print,

print and post-print. PC-based control

enhances production effi ciency and fl exibility

as well as the application scope of

printing machines. In view of increasingly

complex requirements for packaging

printing, traceability of the production

process or production of small batch si-

zes, this aspect is becoming ever more

important. Highly integrated PC Control

solution replaces special hardware

Scientifi c Automation from Beckhoff

stands for an extended notion of automation,

in which all automation and application

functions run on a central PC and are

mapped in software. It is based on highperformance

PC hardware, using cuttingedge

processor technology. The Beckhoff

Industrial PC series integrate the latest

second-generation Intel® processors, i.e.

Intel® Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7.

The CX2000 Embedded PC range now

makes multi-core technology available in

compact embedded devices. TwinCAT 3

with active multi-core support, i.e. optimal

distribution of the application across

the available CPU cores, enables the

processor power to be fully utilised. Doing

away with special hardware not only

simplifi es the process communication,

but also reduces the costs for hardware

and engineering through integration of all

functions in a single development environment.

High processor power in conjunction

with EtherCAT, the high-speed

Ethernet system, results in an optimised

control and communication architecture,

known as XFC technology (eXtreme

Fast Control). XFC and EtherCAT – highspeed-automation

in printing machines

Beckhoff offers an extremely fast control


solution in the XFC technology: it enables

I/O response times of less than 100 µs,

resulting in signifi cantly enhanced machine

performance. In combination with fast

EtherCAT I/Os it is possible, for example,

to implement the register control with

standard control and drive components,

without the need for special hardware

and dedicated drive controllers. Highspeed

communication between the I/O

signals and the controller offers machine

manufacturers advanced options such

as Motion Control with many axes, synchronised

through the distributed clocks

of EtherCAT (100 axes in 100 µs), with

nanosecond precision. The distributed

clock functionality guarantees fast and

exact identifi cation of print marks, for example.

It is implemented with standard

components, and TwinCAT automation

software facilitates programming via

the common programming languages.

TwinCAT 3: effi cient engineering and

free choice of programming language

Effi cient software engineering is enabled

through embedding in Microsoft Visual

Studio® as an integrated development

environment. TwinCAT 3 supports all

common programming standards, including

C/C++, integration of Matlab®/Simulink®,

and the object-oriented IEC 61131-

3 extension, and thus enables optimum

programming for the respective task.

Ready-made and frequently used IEC

61131-3 blocks for web tension control,

winding and unwinding algorithms, register

control in conjunction with very fast

signal processing and comprehensive

Motion Control functionalities are available

as software libraries. This results in signifi

cant engineering benefi ts for the user.

Highly dynamic drive technology

for printing and paper machines

With its comprehensive range of scalable

drive solutions Beckhoff covers a wide

range of applications, including axes for

adjusting the print rollers, high-precision

drives for the actual printing units, and

high-performance winding and unwinding

units. The EL7201 servo terminal for direct

connection of servomotors up to 200 W

forms a full, compact Servo Drive that is

suitable for lettershop handling, transport

and sorting processes, for example. The

EtherCAT Servo Drives of the AX5000 series

are designed for higher loads up to

170 A. The new Beckhoff servomotors of

the AM8000 series offer optimum dynamics

and energy effi ciency as well as high

availability. One highlight of the AM8000

motors is the one cable technology. This

means that only one standard connection

is required for feedback and power,

which results in a signifi cant reduction of

material and installation cost and enables

fl exible application.

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THE NEW TWINCAT 3 SOFTWARE

GENERATION INTEGRATES ALL KEY

CONTROL AND APPLICATION FUNC-

TIONS ON A CENTRAL PC PLATFORM,

INCLUDING PLC, CONDITION MONITO-

RING AND REGISTER MARK CONTROL.

(PICTURE: BECKHOFF AUTOMATION)

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Multiple post-press

processing and fi lm

packaging

MAILINGS WITH MANY VARIATIONS, ECONOMICAL INSERTIONS,

FLEXIBLE FILM WRAPPING

Using a combination of twice

the fl oor space, a move to a

more promising Hall (14, stand D33) and

large scale live presentations, Hugo Beck

will be concentrating on effi cient postprint

processing with many variations and

presenting new impulses for the preparation

of individual mailings, more economical

inserting systems and fl exible fi lm

packaging technology for the print and

publishing industry. Once again, new standards

are about to be set, driven by the

fl agship neo X advance, the inserting machine

ESM 15 and the mailline advance.

The fi rst highlight at this year’s Drupa is

an improved and optimised version of the

neo X advance. This machine concept is

the only one of its kind in the market that

can be used both for the overlap sealing

of fi lm packaging as well as side sealing.

Within the shortest possible time, a changeover

from overlap sealing used as

standard, to the more sophisticated side

sealing and vice versa can be achieved. In

this way, the neo X advance makes Hugo

Beck the only manufacturer up until now

which is in a position to utilise a modular

method of construction to unite both

technologies into one machine.

The result speaks for itself: Variable cycle

times of 12,000 per hour for the side

sealing and up to as much as 18,000

per hour for overlap sealing are possible.

Publishing houses which have opted

for a neo X advance are able to offer their

customers both types of packaging with

a single machine, saving the need for

other machines as well as space, and are


furthermore also rewarded with a plus -

thanks to this investment - regarding fl exibility

and production safety. For ambitious

publishers, this machine also offers an

extension which is becoming increasingly

in demand again: it can in addition also be

converted for use with paper packaging.

Similar ambitions are shown by Hugo

Beck in the case of workfl ow in the inserting

and feeding area. For the live presentation,

an advanced development of the

inserting machine ESM 15 will be coupled

with a saddle stitching machine from Heidelberger.

It will demonstrate how bound

blocks can be fed in a double stream and

fi nally be provided with a supplement.

The ESM 15 is also equipped with rotary

feeders which are fl exible and freely

moving at all times. If the universal feeder

HB 350 is used, it is possible to feed and

process the products also independently

of the saddle stitching machine. The ESM

15 inserting machine exhibited at Drupa

operates in a performance range of up to

22,000 products per hour.

As if not already enough, Hugo Beck will

be showing various new solutions in the

fi eld of effective mailing processing. The

start will be made by the mailline advance

on which it is possible to produce a selfmailer:

to an envelope-free, creatively designed

mailing a giveaway will be fed by

a Pick & Place feeder, attached, creased,

folded and closed.

Hugo Beck also offers effective marketing

options in the newspaper publishing

market: A new mailline will be shown, on

which a daily newspaper will be fed using a

newspaper

ZA 450 feeder. This is the

only feeder of its kind which works in the

mid performance range up to 10,000 cycles

per hour according to a non-rotary

principle. This technology is able to safely

feed newspapers which have a product

thickness of up to 30 mm and works with

a thickness tolerance of +10 mm, which

is automatically equalised. On the other

hand, the company is showing how a

cover-page or a fl yer can be fed onto the

newspaper with the friction feeder RA

250 and then being attached to it.

The product presentation will be rounded

off by a new addressing facility for printing

and sticking address labels for mail order

applications. Optionally, the address labels

can also be rotated by 90°.

Besides this, the extremely fl exible fi lm

packaging machine servo X for smaller

specialty printers will be presented. This

offers an appropriate feed cycle for products

which are spaced at different intervals

or product lengths and has a variable

fi ne adjustment when the machine is

running. As if that were not enough, the

owner of such a machine will also save

the investment for a shrink tunnel when

sealing in CPP.

In addition, Hugo Beck has also given

some thought about the old stand location

in Hall 12, Stand A62. A fl exo X will

be on display here for individualized fi lmwrapping.

Stand: D33, Hall 14

DRUPA 2012

ON THE LEFT:

INSERTER ESM 15 AND

MAILLINE ADVANCE

ON THE RIGHT:

FILM PACKAGING MASCHINE NEO X

ADVANCE

(PICTURES: HUGO BECK)

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Hohner has announced that Drupa

2012 will be site for the launch of its

new saddle binder. The latest generation

HSB 13.000 saddle binder will replace

the former HSB 10.000 saddle stitcher.

Obviously fully automated, but even more

effi cient, with 13.000 cycles per hour, and

designed for ease of handling and reduced

manpower requirements. Thus the

new HSB 13.000 represents the most future

oriented solution for your saddle binding

applications. The new HSB 13.000

is equipped with a completely new drive

technology, managed by Hohner’s proprietary

” Motion Control”, which is an

advanced, and forward-looking soft-

NEW ELECTRONIC ADJUSTMENT ware, offering optimized automation The

WHEEL AT THE TRIMMER

new saddle binder is fully automated up

to, and including, the highly effi cient stacker.

This allows for shorter set-up times

for changeovers to different formats (now

up to DIN A3), and provides an important

advantage in a market with steadily

smaller print runs and more and more

diversifi ed order profi les. The new stitch

control system can be set without any

mechanical adjustments, and is only one

of the many innovations providing added

value. Obviously, in the interest of the fi nal

customer, Hohner has also taken great

care in designing the HSB 13.000 in order

to provide the highest quality level

of the fi nished print product. True to the

motto “Perfection In Postpress” an optional

optical recognition system surveying

by either image comparison mode, or

bar code reading, insures the consistency

of quality through- out the production

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The new HSB 13.000

THE GERMAN SADDLE BINDER BUILDER INTRODUCES THE

NEW, EXTREMELY EFFICIENT, HSB13.000.

process. The aforementioned new drive

concept was developed with the clear focus

of offering the best possible service

support, and providing a new, integrated

operating data acquisition system with diagnostic

tools and the added possibility

of remote servicing by video conference.

As extreme ease of handling has always

been one of Hohner’s core competencies

in the fi eld of saddle binders, it is no surprise

that, in times of Ipads and Iphones,

that the advanced navigational center of

the HSB 13.000 is a graphically enhanced

colour touch screen, that manages and

controls all single aggregates (feeders,

cover-feeder, stitching unit, trimmer and

stacker) of the machine. However, the individual

control of each aggregate is also

allowable by use of decentralized touch

panels, positioned at each station. Last

but not least, the innovations designed

into the HSB 13.000 did not spare the

trimmer. Indeed, the trimmer of the new

HSB 13.000 reconfi rms Hohner’s dedication

to forward thinking by the inclusion

of a new self-synchronisation system

that enhances the knife changing task.

Further broadening the capabilities of the

HSB 13.000 are optional multi-hole punches

as well as corner rounders.

Customers will appreciate new HSB

13.000 saddle binder’s combination of

state-of–the-art technology and Hohner’s

reputation for quality, reliability, dedication

to high levels of productivity and achievement

of short set-up times, “Perfection

In Postpress” and ease of handling – two

terms which defi ne Hohner.


Print.. Profi t.. Preserve!

MITSUBISHI HITEC PAPER EUROPE AT DRUPA 2012

Under the slogan „Print ... Profi t ...

Preserve!“ Mitsubishi HiTec Paper

Europe shows at Drupa 2012 the current

trends and developments in the fi eld of

coated communication papers. Visitors

will experience live in Hall 9, Stand C22,

that the new products combine both best

functionality and high level of environmental

consciousness – for the benefi t of customers

and users.

JETSCRIPT Inkjet Paper

Mitsubishi presents a full line of coated inkjet

papers for „White Paper Solutions“ for

colour transactional and transpromotional

printing, direct mail, brochures or book

printing. Part of the range are also matte

and glossy coated inkjet papers, which

were specifi cally designed for the self adhesive

label industry who are looking for

a quality coated face paper for impressive

colourful label applications. Thanks to

the special coating, the ink is managed in

an optimum manner to achieve maximum

densities and pinpoint precision. True colour

reproduction, colour brilliance, print

density and sharpness of the print image

are offering an eye catching label design.

All grades are FSC-certifi ed and are suitable

for the normal recycling system.

THERMOSCRIPT Thermal Paper

The thermal papers on environmentally

friendly recycled base paper are focus

on the concept of sustainability. The products

are made from 100% FSC recycled

pulp, without showing any loss of the

good functionality. Relevant factors such

as smoothness, brightness, stability, printability

and print head behaviour are on

the usual high level. Mitsubishi offers the

recycled thermal paper grades currently

in weights of 80g and 170g. They are

used for example as lottery tickets, parking

tickets or admission tickets. At the

same time, Mitsubishi presents innovative

safety features for thermal paper with a

high degree of protection against forgery.

Whether coloured centre, watermarks

or digital watermarks, security fi bres, or

even a combination of several features

- the product range is wide. These thermoscript

products are not only used in

the segment of transportation tickets or

event tickets, but in many other applications

as a security solution of choice.

GIROFORM Carbonless Paper

Giroform Digital is perfectly suited for

the production of high quality personalised

carbonless forms. With a standard

of 90g/m2 and a Light weight of 60g/m2,

Mitsubishi HiTec Paper assures best print

quality on digital (laser) and offset presses.

While Giroform Digital was designed

for presses like HP Indigo and Kodak

Nexpress, Giroform DIGITAL Light is perfect

for black and white or colour printing

on offi ce and industrial presses and was

tested on Canon imagePRESS and Konica

Minolta bizhub series. Both grades are

FSC certifi ed and Nordic Swan approved.

In addition, Mitsubishi Paper is at the Drupa

show with two more highlights: The

brand-new, compact and environmentally

friendly CTP system „Violet DigiPlate“

(VDP) and the newly developed „Silver

Nano Particle Technology“ for the printing

of functional electrical circuits.

Visit us in Hall 9, Stand C22. We look forward

to seeing you.

DRUPA 2012

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LEFT PICTURE:

FORBO SIEGLING OFFERS A WIDE RAN-

GE OF MACHINE TAPES FOR DIFFERENT

APPLICATIONS AND TYPES OF PAPER.

(PICTURES: FORBO SIEGLING GMBH)

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Innovative belts

FORBO SIEGLING WILL SHOWCASE NEW MACHINE TAPES

THAT ENHANCE EFFICIENCY IN THE PRINTING, PAPER

AND PACKAGING INDUSTRY

At drupa, the Düsseldorf printing

and paper trade fair, Forbo

Siegling will showcase new machine

tapes that enhance effi ciency in the printing,

paper and packaging industry (from

3 to 16 May, hall 13/stand D 66).

Forbo Siegling will present its machine

tapes with HighGrip coating as one of

the highlights. The coating ensures very

good grip which increases the reliability

of the machinery, as well as the quality of

the goods conveyed. This is particularly

the case when elastic machine tapes and

belts with fabric tension members from

the Siegling Extremultus and Siegling

Transilon series are operated. These coated

belts are ideal for conveying products

in nearly all areas of the paper, printing

and packaging industry.

At drupa, Forbo Siegling will show boxfolding

belts especially for the packaging

sector. These belts comply with the current

FDA/EU regulations that stipulate

that not just the surfaces, but all the components

including the intermediate layers

and tension members, must demonstrate

compliance with the new regulations. The

belts are used in manufacturing cardboard

boxes, corrugated cardboard and

tissue products and have virtually constant

grip during operation. They also have

strong edges and the tension remains

stable, making re-tensioning is unnecessary.

As a result, the belts function reliably,

running costs are low and the effi ciency

of the machinery as a whole increases.

Forbo Siegling will also showcase new

folder belts for high-speed folders (commercial

printing). These have highly abrasion-resistant

fabric coatings on both

sides with almost constant grip over the

whole of their product lives. They also leave

no marks and tension remains stable.

Another benefi t is that they only pick up

very little silicone and paper dust, so they

last much longer.

Forbo Movement Systems (previous

called Siegling) employs about 2,000

people globally in eight production sites

and 25 international companies. Forbo

conveyor and power transmission belts

are used in nearly all industries, but also in

the retail and services sectors. Key competencies

are the food and packaging

industries, logistics and airports, as well

as paper, print and raw materials industries.

The company was founded in 1919

in Hanover.

Since 1994 the company has belonged

to the Swiss company Forbo International.

The products have been marketed

since 2007 under the master brand „Forbo

Movement Systems“.


BECAUSE OF THEIR FLEXIBILITY,

SIEGLING EXTREMULTUS BOX FOLDING

BELTS ARE PERFECT FOR SMALL END

DRUM RADII.

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An industry leader

presents

WEB CONVERTING TECHNOLOGY FOR STACKING AND COUNTING

At Drupa 2012, Halle 11,

Stand C06, Schobertechnologies

presents the high-speed-robot

technology for stacking and counting

long and very challenging/complex IMLproducts

inline with the RSM rotary cutting

machine.

For more than 20 years Schobertechnologies

has been an industry leader in

developing and producing rotary die cutting

machines and converting systems for

the IML (In-Mould-Label) manufacturing

industry.

Experience and expertise provide Schobertechnologies

with the ability to meet

challenging customer demands. By steadily

enhancing and improving the converting

technology, Schobertechnologies is

able to meet ever changing market requirements

such as run lengths, different

product shapes, sizes and materials.

Special features of the new automated

high-speed delivery robot are the extreme

acceleration, velocity and precision in

stacking very long IML products at continuous

web speed of up to 50 m/min.

Exchangeable product specifi c Pick-and

Place fi xtures allow for fl exibility and rapid

change over and ensure that products of

different styles and forms are reliably stacked

nonstop in dual piling cassettes at

synchronized speeds. An inspection system

for 100% quality verifi cation with integrated

waste separation is also available.

The standard confi guration of the IML

rotary cutter includes an M-Stack delivery

system. S-Stack or the high-speed

robot “Spider” deliveries are available as

options for future upgrades.

Additional optional equipment are an

adjustable de-nesting station for several

products across, offering reliable product

stacking even for off-set product orientation

as well as an antistatic device and

a gap control system (GCS) for precise

wear compensation of the die.

Schobertechnologies GmbH is a subsidiary

of Schober GmbH Holding. Schobertechnologies

specializes in the development,

design and manufacturing of rotary

tools, modules and specialty machines

widely used in fi lm, foil, packaging, nonwovens

and paper converting industries.

Additional technologies to be highlighted

at the show include die cutting, laser cutting,

sealing/embossing, punching, cut &

place, scoring/grooving, gluing/bonding,

cutting, collating and product delivery.


A well known brand

PRESENTATION OF FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS FOR LATEST

MARKET REQUIREMENTS

For more than 30 years Gämmerler

has been one of the most well

known brands in the printing arena, supplying

and manufacturing postpress inline

fi nishing equipment worldwide. Since

then Gammerler has stood for quality, reliability,

innovation and fl exibility. As many

other companies in the printing industry,

Gämmerler has had to go through diffi cult

times. However, the continuity of its innovative

designs during the global economic

crisis, and its worldwide excellent reputation

combined with an internal re-structuring

of a highly motivated team have

largely contributed to the company’s considerable

revival. The longtime German

customer Niedermayr from Regensburg

has ordered from Gämmerler a complex

postpress system for their new 96-page

manroland press, the start-up of which

took place at the end of March. Double

deck trimmers type RS264 with proven

double knife technology, compensating

stackers with LiftPack technique as well

as two articulated-arm-robots PR460 for

the automated palletization of bundles are

the main components of this system. In

addition the line is equipped with an automatic

system for pallet-feeding and removing.

The implementation of the software

for automatic format pre-setting allows an

optimization of the production processes

and therefore increasing the installation‘s

profi tability considerably. On booth C26

in hall 6 Gämmerler will show essential refi

nements and further developments of its

existing product portfolio. The simulation

of production situations will give customers

and interested persons the chance

to see for themselves the new functionalities.

Compensating Stacker KL560

The perfect, reliable compensating stacker

with LiftPack technique allows a particularly

gentle bundle creation. Various

technical modifi cations extend its durability

and makes operating easier. The result

is highest customer satisfaction.

Trimmer RS164

The double knife technology of this machine

allows trimming of a large range of

printed products, avoiding a nick at the

shingle overlap, in particular for high page

count copies.

Horizontal Log Stacker SH700

A refi nement of this space-saving machine,

easy to operate allows again to

reduce the cycle times at maximum performance.

Articulated-Arm-Robot PR480

The fast and fl exible robot, equipped with

interchangeable grippers, automatically

palletizes bundles and logs according to

a generated pallet pattern and disposes

of additional capactiy reserves.

Automatic Format Pre-Setting

This Software offers a complete automatization

of the fi nishing processes of the

Gämmerler postpress lines and therefore

a considerable increase of productivity.

Also for the future the name Gämmerler

will stand for perfection, starting from the

development up to delivery and start-up,

combined with a consequent and comprehensive

quality management, a reliable

customer serivce as well as innovation

and fl exibility.

DRUPA 2012

DR. HANNSPETER SCHUBERT

MANAGER OF THE GÄMMERLER GMBH

GÄMMERLER AT DRUPA 2012:

HALL 6 BOOTH C 26

(PICTURE: GÄMMERLER GMBH)

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New high-gap UV-

LED fl atbed printer

also unveiled

MIMAKI TO SHOWCASE LATEX AND SOLVENT

UV PRINT SOLUTIONS AT DRUPA 2012

Mimaki, a leading manufacturer

of wide-format inkjet

printers, is to present its latest Latex and

solvent print solutions at Drupa 2012. The

company will also unveil its new high-gap

UV-LED fl atbed printer. The exhibition

takes place 3 – 16 May in Dusseldorf,

Germany. Mimaki can be found in hall 9

at stand C21.

Delegates visiting the stand will see the

high-speed, high-quality JV400LX series,

which uses environmentally friendly latex

ink, including the world’s fi rst white latex

ink. Also on show will be the JV400SUV

series, which combines the fl exibility of

solvent printing with the durability of UVcuring

inks.

Both systems employ Mimaki’s easy-touse

RIP, RasterLink6, which enables three

ink layers in one pass with white and colour

inks. And they offer outstanding print

speed without compromising quality. The

systems can print up to 18.1 m2/h, while

a minimum dot size of 4 picoliters and the

ability to use variable-sized ink dots ensures

smooth gradation without a grainy

appearance.

The advanced system opens up new

opportunities by enabling print houses

to print on a wider range of substrates.

Other benefi ts include a new white ink

circulation system that prevents pigment

sedimentation, and a nozzle recovery

function that temporarily restores print

quality if a maintenance issue should arise.

Plus it enhances print service providers’

green credentials thanks to its small

environmental footprint and long-life, low

power consumption. Mimaki Europe has

experienced a lot of European interest in

this next generation printer after its introduction

at the 2012 Fespa Digital show in

Barcelona.

New opportunities with innovative

solutions

The UJF-3042HG desktop fl atbed printer

will also take the stage at Drupa. The

new High Gap (HG) version can print up

to 15cm-high objects, making it ideal for

the promotional, trophy and commercial

proofi ng markets. It offers multiple ink

combinations like six-colours plus white

and clear, but also an automatic priming

feature, allowing to retain the look and feel


of the substrates, while equally reducing

time spent on manual priming and waste.

Other Mimaki UV fl atbed printers on view

at Drupa are the UJF-3042FX and the

wide format fl atbed range, the Mimaki

JFX series. The UJF-3042FX prints directly

on materials up to 5cm thick, with

outstanding print quality of up to 1440 x

1200 dpi and the energy-effi cient LED

curing. Meanwhile the JFX features highprecision

printing at great speeds with a

large production capability.

Mike Horsten, Marketing Manager of Mimaki

Europe, comments: “Drupa 2012 is

the perfect stage for us. Not only can we

now present our updated product portfolio,

with Latex, SUV and the great fl atbed

family, allowing us to serve almost the entire

Commercial printing markets, but our

Drupa participation also reinstates the

leading role we have in the solvent printing

market.” We’re really looking forward

to showing visitors how they can add

value to their day-to-day services, whether

that’s producing every-day items or

delivering more niche products like highquality

specialist labels in volume.”

Committed to sustainability

Mimaki’s product development strategy

is underpinned by a strong commitment

to sustainability. Adds Horsten: “We design

every new system with the smallest

environmental footprint possible, by adopting

advanced technologies such as

low-power consumption LED curing, lowering

the Latex curing temperature and

reducing energy consumption on many

models. Mimaki cares about producing

sustainable printing solutions for use

around the world”.

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EAE LOOP. SYSTEM

(PICTURE: EAE EWERT AHRENSBURG

ELECTRONIC GMBH)

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Further success

AXEL SPRINGER AG PRINTING PLANT AHRENSBURG

CHOOSES EAE LOOP. SYSTEM

The Axel Springer AG has placed an

order with EAE for the installation of

the colour control system loop. On three

webs, on one of their manroland COLOR-

MAN printing presses, based at the printing

site Ahrensburg near Hamburg.

After an extensive comparison of all colour

controls systems that are currently

offered on the market, the printing house

decided to choose the loop. system from

EAE in Ahrensburg.

The EAE solution differs from other suppliers

by the manner of the measurement

method. In the system developed by EAE,

the entire web width is completely measured,

without control patches. Thus it

is possible to ensure the colour balance

across the full page and the whole cir-

culation. The loop. system automatically

measures and controls. At the same time

a “Web inspection” is implemented which

means that failures in the printing process

are also immediately detected.

The plant manager of the Axel Springer

printing plant in Ahrensburg, Mr. Thomas

Drensek, assesses the decision for such

a colour control system as a future-oriented

investment for his printing house. “An

innovative development of EAE with excellent

prospects for future use”, said Mr.

Drensek when signing the contract.

EAE is the leading supplier of controls,

automation solutions and software for

newspaper printing houses. The solutions

are used in all areas of a printing house –

from prepress to dispatch.


InkZone & Preproofer

at the ColorBar

DIGITAL INFORMATION TO DEMONSTRATE ENHANCED INKZONE

SOLUTION & EVOLUTION IN PREPROOFER FUNCTIONALITY AT

COLORBAR AT DRUPA 2012:

Savvy print facilities recognize that

InkZone technology breathes new

life into old presses. With InkZone, a legacy

printing press can function competitively

with today’s newest multi-million

dollar presses for in the fi ve fi gure range

– just a fraction of the cost of a new machine

– extending the value of an existing

press for many years. The InkZone suite

consists of components for online inkpresets,

closed-loop color control, and

the connection of scanning measurement

devices from Techkon and X-Rite allowing

for real-time on-screen visualization of

target and actual values.

To date, there are more than 2,000 installations

of the InkZone solution on printing

presses by all established manufacturers

in countries around the globe. In

addition, Digital Information recently announced

a strategic alliance with System

Brunner which adds InkZone Instrument

Flight from System Brunner to the Ink-

Zone product suite of solutions. InkZone

Instrument Flight represents a signifi cant

enhancement to InkZone’s already comprehensive

list of functionalities by giving

print facilities the choice to regulate color

control according to ISO12647/PSO,

G7, or System Brunner’s Globalstandard,

which gives priority to gray/color balance.

Another enhancement to the InkZone

family of products is the all new InkZone

Report. This quality control tool protocols

all relevant measured values and shows

to what extent the print run adheres to

the media standard used. The color in-

formation captured by InkZone Report

can be made available via the Internet

on an HTML server for display in a web

browser on any workstation. With Alwan

Print Standardizer, calibration curves for

the image-setter’s RIP workfl ow can be

automatically generated from the color

values measured by InkZone. In addition

to InkZone, Digital Information presented

the fi rst Preproofer model to market more

than a decade ago. Today, their doublesided

proofer is indisputably the market

leader. Several hundred Preproofers

for the 4up and 8up formats are now in

operation around the world. The system

is continually developing and evolving

through regular use of the latest Epson

technology. One of the Preproofer’s

strongest advantages is the high registration

precision between recto and verso.

Output precision of the latest model is assured

by a patented control system using

a high-defi nition video camera integrated

into both printers. Speed is another strong

point of the Preproofer. Beyond the original

scope of operational purpose for the

Preproofer – double-sided proof printing

– the Preproofer has become more and

more a productive system for short run

printing. To learn more about the enhanced

InkZone solution, as well as the Preproofer,

and other exciting developments,

please visit Digital Information at Drupa

2012 in Stand B02 in the new hall 8B, in

the relaxed atmosphere of the legendary

ColorBar, which is run in partnership with

Just Normlicht and Tecco.

DRUPA 2012

WELCOME TO DIGITAL

INFORMATION’S COLORBAR.

(PHOTO:

DIGITAL INFORMATION LTD. (AG))

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drupa highlights 2012

Achilles fi lms. New enhancement fi lms

New enhancement fi lms from Achilles: Achilles Special

Gloss is just as convincing in its scratch resistance as Achilles

Struktur-Leinen. The latter gives the print product a velvety

textile look and feel. Thanks to their robust character, both

are ideally suited to books, fi le covers and packaging.

The Achilles Group at drupa 2012

At the special exhibition “Media Mundo@drupa”

on 8th and 9th May (Stand E55 in Hall 9)

HD-Flexo with LIGUM PREMIUM-Sleeves

In addition to the innovative PREMIUM-Sleeves, which were

developed for the fl exo printing industry with high demands

(HD-fl exo), the Westland subsidiary shows a range of special

solutions and new assembling sleeves for printing forms

made of photopolymer or rubber.

Westland Gummiwerke

Hall 15 Stand A42

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Camis Irisleeve 1400

This updated sleeve change plate mounting machine is designed

to eliminate all the issues associated with the manual

operations during the plate mounting process and features a

new Single “Split Screen” monitor for exact positioning and

alignment of the plate, a redesigned plate mounting table

along with an improved plate mounting roller.

Camis

Hall 10 Stand D42

Individual solutions for your production

and distribution process

Adstream is the world‘s leading workfl ow and distribution

company and partner for brands, agencies and production

houses. Offering simple desktopsolutions as well as complex

marketing portals we can optimize your print workfl ow, too.

Adstream (Quickcut Europe Ltd.)

Hall 7.0, Stand F17


IONTIS Elektrostatik presents: New Charging

Generators for Electrostatic Tacking

The new generator range starts from small and lightweight

30kV units with 2 HV connections, display and interface and

also includes high power generators for all application demands.

IONTIS Elektrostatik GmbH

Hall 9, Stand E76

SMARtt can be implemented anywhere in your workfl ow and

provide signifi cant savings on consumables and transport

costs. Many of todays conventionally produced proofs are

used solely for internal purposes. Costs for these proofs can

usually not be forwarded to the end customer. By employing

SMARtt in your workfl ow, many superfl uous paper proofs

can be saved.

From the use on-location for photographers, to agents and

prepress departments right up to the print room, SMARtt always

provides reliable information for binding decisions, wherever

color and content of a print job is of a crucial concern.

SMARtt distributes proofs digitally and therefore produces

measurable cost reductions for packaging and transport.

With SMARtt softproofware, green-IT becomes reality, since

no proof needs to be sent by post or courier between companies

and clients. Only a few software applications on the

market today offer

a comparable,

ecologically and

economically

convincing concept.

K-Flow GmbH

Hall 9 Booth D76

DRUPA 2012

Evolution of the Gallus ICS 670

The Gallus ICS 670 is an inline machine system that has been

tailored specifi cally to the needs of state-of-the-art folding

carton production. Following up from the successful launch

of this system, drupa 2012 will serve as the platform for a

series of new innovative upgrades and options. Gallus will

be demonstrating a combination of its HiDef fl exo printing

system and a totally new gravure unit, as well as other highquality

fi nishing processes, such as rotary screen printing or

cold foiling in a single pass. By integrating the fl ying imprint

option (a „spare“ printing unit that allows promotional images

or text to be changed without interrupting production) and

the new 100% quality control system with blank ejection, the

Gallus ICS 670 offers even more highlights.

Gallus Stanz- und Druckmaschinen GmbH

Hall 2, Stand A45

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fully automatic

baling press

The VK 4812 V fully automatic

channel baling press has many different uses in the

printing and paper industry, the processing industry, in manufacturing

and retail etc. With an extremely high pressing

power of 480 kN and a large fi lling hatch, the HSM VK 4812

V is suitable for a variety of materials, as well as even the

bulkiest materials with a bulk density of up to 60 kg/m³, such

as for paper, off-cuts from printing or stamping machines,

cardboard, shredded material and foil.

HSM GmbH + Co. KG

www.hsm.eu

ROGLER Software at DRUPA: new MIS-features in the fi elds

of CRM, estimation and order management (especially for

packaging and book production) and a strong solution in

MES: technoPLAN©– interactive scheduling and monitoring

board, integrated material tracing(barcode/RFID), automation

and connectivity.

ROGLER Software GmbH

Hall 7a, Stand D 06

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„The First Time“ provides scope for creativity

Papers from „The First Time“ mailing toolkit for making the

initial contact with customers, etc. are perfect for turning

creative ideas into reality. By including specifi c examples,

Römerturm impressively demonstrates that even fi ne papers

with special fi nishes can be printed on and enhanced in many

different ways.

Römerturm Feinstpapier GmbH & Co. KG

www.roemerturm.de

Latest Development of Proofi ng presses

Ameco Raster UK represented by MarquipWardUnited will

exhibit the latest development of Proofi ng presses. These

machines are directed at printers and Engravers who have

particular requirements for reliability and repeatability of proof

print quality and who wish to comply with most modern safety

and environmental regulations.

AMECO Ltd

Hall 10, Stand D40


New synthetic material enables

mechanical production

Wax seals are usually made by hand. Recently, Erich Baumeister

GmbH has developed a particularly break-proof synthetic

wax. For the fi rst time the new material enables series

production by machine with hand-made quality and uniform

appearance. The special feature is customer-specifi c stamping.

Thursday, May 3rd to Wednesday, 16th May 2012

Düsseldorf exhibition centre, hall 13, stand A46

Air technology of the Becker brand

is worldwide a synonym for reliable air supply in the

printing and paper industry. Equipped with new developed

vanes, these oil-free rotary vane pumps of the X-series distinguish

themselves by high abrasion resistance and with that

extremely long service lives.

Gebr. Becker GmbH

Hall11, Stand C22

DRUPA 2012

VIVA presents the fi rst typesetting and layout program world-

wide that runs completely in a Web browser and requires no

installation, JAVA or Flash. With the use of access rights, the

functionality can be reduced so that the software can be

used by both pros and beginners.

VIVA

Hall 7, Stand 7D06

QuadCure-x Next Generation of Classic UV

Total cure of conventional UV inks with a 30% reduction in

energy consumption using the latest evolution of Baldwin‘s

proven low temperature QuadCureTM UV technology. Apart

from reduced running costs, the new QuadCure-x end-ofpress

UV system also offers an industry leading ultra-compact

control cabinet which is just one metre (three feet) wide.

HALL 16 Stand A23

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Kodak Flexcel Direct System: innovative, energy-effi cient,

high-power direct laser engraving system. With imager and

Flexcel Direct consumables designed to work as an optimized

solution, this system enables the production of highquality,

in-the-round elastomer sleeves.

Kodak

Hall 5, Stand 5 F09-1

The CONTI-AIR UV printing blanket is ideal for large-format

sheet-fed offset printing machines in the fi eld of pure UV

printing. Thanks to the rubber cover plate made of EPDM, it

offers resistance to swelling when used with UV inks or UV

washing agents. This results in sharp halftone printing and

smooth solid color printing, reduced vibration stripes and

high dimensional stability.

Printing blanket manufacturer

ContiTech Elastomer Coatings GmbH

Hall 6, Booth 6A 77

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Helio-Brushing is a new technology using special brushes for

the surface fi nishing of rotogravure and embossing cylinders.

In many applications Helio-Brushing can replace grinding

and polishing provides signifi cant reductions of process time

and cost while accomplishing excellent surface properties.

has – Helio Service Ahaus GmbH

Hall 4, Stand B01

The school book publication sector can count on EDUCA

from BURGO, the matt coated paper specially designed for

full color text books that do not weigh on the students’ shoulders.

EDUCA is available from 55 to 65gsm and is printable in

HSWO, sheetfed offset and high speed inkjet.

www.burgopapers.com.


RSK – MIS for the printing industry.

A modular and integrated print production system with CPMbased

dynamic scheduling. Estimating with automatic sheet

layout and press selection, order management, personnel

and shop fl oor data collection, job costing, payroll preparation

and budgeting.

Datamedia GmbH

www.rsk-software.de

NoriCure MPF

NoriCure MPF is a versatile UV curing screen ink, which is

suitable for printing signs and displays, to be formed afterwards

by vacuum forming. Briefcases, ring binders or banners

can be decorated as well. NoriCure® MPF shows good

adhesion to a wide range of substrates such as PVC, PS, PC

and pre-treated PET.

Pröll KG

Hall 3, Stand E54

DRUPA 2012

MATERICA – a soft, fsc-certifi ed uncoated paper with 15%

cotton fi bre content and high bulk (1,8). 8 colours, available in

120, 180, and 360 g/m2, size 72x102 cms long grain. Matching

envelopes in size 22x11 and 17x17 cms. A perfect support to

give substance, concreteness and endurance to your ideas

Fedrigoni Spa

Hall 07.1, Stand E01

Switch 11 is a modular software solution that integrates with

existing systems and drives third party applications to speed

up job processing, reduce errors, and automate repetitive

tasks. Automating tasks with Switch frees up your staff‘s time

so they can focus on new revenue-generating activities.

Impressed GmbH

Hall 7a, Stand C20/C22 (Drupa Innovation Parc)

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The New Polygripper

As a response to increasing demands for high capacity palletizers,

with an ability to handle up to 1.800 stacks/hour, IN-

LOG Vienna designed the new polygripper. To create a pickup

station capable of not manipulating unstrapped stacks,

while continously maintaining a 2 sec/stack performance,

was a major challenge. This performance is achieved by an

intelligent stack alignment system.

N-LOG Mailroom Technologies GmbH

Visit us in hall 6, stand 58A

SALAMANDER produces bonded leather. Bonded Leather

consists of over 90% natural raw materials (recycled leather

scraps, natural latex, tanning agents & fat) and is the “environmentally

friendly” alternative to genuine leather. Usable for

e.g. high-quality covers, envelopes, bookbinding.

SALAMANDER Bonded Leather GmbH & Co. KG

Hall 13, Stand 13C07

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In its „Solution Avenue“ Konica Minolta presents effi encyenhancing

solutions like the new Web2Print-Solution Printgroove

JT Web GO. Due to an user interface, a software as a

service model and varied customization options, the hostedbased

system affords especially high provider usability.

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe GmbH

Hall 8B, Stand B78-1

Merak – for precise and effortless cutting

With introduction of the Merak, MARTOR from Solingen

again show their innovative strength in the fi eld of safe cutting

solutions for maximum productivity. Merak is a handy

all-rounder for precise and effortless cutting. GS tested by

TÜV, and featuring fully automatic blade retraction.

MARTOR KG

www.martor.com


Integrated cards and integrated labels: value added fi nishing

for sheetfed and continuous press products. Get more response

and longer lasting value with your mailings: after you

have printed them, Gather Formulare in Moenchengladbach,

Germany, fi nishes your products perfectly and sends them

back.

GATHER Formulare

Manroland R 705 3B LV Hiprint; coater, chamber doctor

blade system type Tresu, extended delivery (extension 1828

mm), Seccomatic infradryer with hot air, AirGlide delivery, RCI

remote control for ink and register adjustments, CCI Computer

Controlled Inking system – densitometer, 65 million prints,

size 74 x 104, year 2008.

Mekes Graphic Machinery

Hall 12, Corner Stand C 18

DRUPA 2012

SAFETY LABELS

LOFO High Tech Film, specialist for solvent cast technology

invented an outstanding base material for safety labels. The

white fi lm “VIPOPHAN GS” with a glossy and a matte side

enables high fl exibility for printing of labels. Typical use for toll

stickers, seals, blister packaging.

LOFO High Tech Film GmbH

sales@lofo.com

Sefar debuts its 30 µm yarn in the SEFAR PME product line.

This type of fabric is ideal for precision multiple-up printing,

especially in the fi nishing of print products. The customer benefi

ts from high dimensional stability and better print quality.

Hall 3, Stand 3A73

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World premiere of the Accent coating plate –

a new approach to offset products

The unique Accent coating plate has been designed in conjunction

with MacDermid for the packaging and commercial

printing sectors. The imaging of the plates can be performed

effi ciently on the inhouse XPose! UV-CTP system.

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KAMA ProCut 76

Premiere: KAMA launches the world’s fi rst fl at-bed die

cutter and also hot foil stamping machine up to format

760 x 600 mm with a universal chase for dies of all sizes. The

new ProCut 76 has a dynamic design and boasts increased

performance and cutting force and goes perfectly e.g. with

the Speedmaster XL 75.

KAMA GmbH

Hall 2, Stand B32

The New Gravure Sheet-fed Printing Press Compact

H. C. MOOG is introducing during Drupa 2012 the latest single station printing press to satisfy new market trends and offer

all enhancements for premium printing and high quality refi nements in sheet-sizes up to 29.1 by 40.9” max with print medium

weights from 80 to 600 g/m².

H. C. MOOG GmbH

Stand Nr. 3A35

Lüscher AG Maschinenbau

Hall 5, Stand B38


Versatile and easy to handle: The new glue applicator MS

200 of Reka Klebetechnik Germany enables a great variety of

hot-melts to be applied without compressed air.

Reka Klebetechnik

Hall 09, Stand A02

DRUPA 2012

SHM Digicut: Pemco’s answer for digital sizes

The high-precision digital, cut- and folio-size sheeter converts all materials, a perfect match for digital sheet fed printing presses.

Flexible converting widths and adjustable ream collating station plus quick changeover times allow for orders of any size

to be produced just-in-time.

Pemco

hall 15, booth C55

The MITABOOK hard cover casing-in line is now well accepted

by industry leaders. We will show you how to economically

produce square back hard cover books, make size changes

in seconds with no spoilage. This technology lends itself

to all kinds of photo books and square back books in general.

Photobook Technology PBT sagl

Hall 13, Stand B36

Hall 04, Stand D17

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Quality and investments push

up the growth

EMMENDINGER MASCHINENBAU GMBH

HALL 11, BOOTH NO. E24

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The high speed punching and embossing

machines from the German manufacturer,

Emmendinger Maschinenbau GmbH,

for the production of sealing covers, plates,

lids, IML, labels and packaging segments

of aluminium, plastic or paper, get

a steadily increasing position on international

packaging markets. The machines

are based on a modular concept and a

very solid and reliable technology with a

production speed of up to 400 cycles per

minute, which results with a 8 cavity tool

in a volume of 3.200 lids per minute.

Usability is the name of the game when it

comes to Erhardt+Leimer products. This

becomes apparent in particular with the

newly developed user interfaces ELCU-

BE and ELPAD. They are real milestones

in the world of intuitive operation of web

control and web guiding systems.

A lot has happened in the fi eld of web

tension control systems as well. For the

fi rst time E+L shows the new controller

ELTENS DC 62 with variable controller

structure and close and open loop functions.

Apart from that, the new load cell

ELTENS PD 50 is introduced to the public.

ELTENS PD 50 stands out due to

On the DRUPA 2012 show, for the fi rst

time, the up to date development will be

presented as a highlight, which, in addition

to several process technology innovations,

will be distinguished by a completely

new integrated control concept

with digital future orientated regulation

components with highest energy effi ciency

and a small space requiring integration

of the control cabinet into the machine

frame.

Please come and get yourself convinced

on the spot.

various new products at drupa

its compact design and the possibility to

integrate all common pedestal bearings.

Additional highlights: ELTIM – the radiation-free

system for thickness and basis

weight measurement with electro-sensitive

sensor technology.

In the fi eld of inspection: ELSCAN (video

systems) and NYSCAN (100 % print inspection)

solutions including the new, improved

NYSCAN tube light.

So, a visit to the E+L stand B40 in hall 16

promises to be an interesting and informative

trip into the world of today’s production

processes.


Intelligent solutions

At drupa 2012 from 3 to 16 may, Roba-

tech is presenting effi cient and intelligent

solutions for the graphics industry and is

surprising visitors with innovative highlights.

One of the highlights at booth 14 /

B70 are the SpeedStar Diamond application

heads which apply up to 800 dots

of adhesive per second – a world-wide innovation.

The application heads set completely

new standards in terms of speed,

durability and precision. They are hence

well suited for gluing samples or cards

onto paper. Robatech will be presenting

this process, which is referred to as „tipping“,

at drupa. The RobaPurTM 4 MOD

hotmelt units meltand feed PUR hotmelt

adhesives. The melting is accomplished

using the Melton-Demand (MOD) technology.

This ensures that only the quantity

required will be melted. Thanks to the

innovative method, outstanding production

conditions are guaranteed, because

the viscosity of the adhesive remains in

effect as a result. CartoGlue LPTM feeds

opti-Blend

opti-color presents the automatic ink

supply and control system opti-Blend

4000 for usage at modern gravure and

fl exo printing machines. In the ink tanks

the level is measured continuously with

automatic refi ll valves for inks, extender

and solvents. The dosing is based on

individual recipe parameters for each

component. During the dosing the added

amounts are precisely measured to

maintain a constant mix/ratio in the tank.

These data are also used for an effective

analysis of the consumption in process.

By the combination with ViscoStar falling

dispersion adhesive and uses up to four

heads to apply it to print products and packaging

materials. The optional 7“ touchscreen

of the pattern control enables the

user-friendly creation of application patterns.

The operating data software Info-

PlusTM records glue application system

data, uses it to compile a logbook, calculates

consumption data for optimisation

and announces preventive maintenance

measures. The intelligent software can be

used for further processing and evaluation

of the readily accessible data, thus

improving production processes.

Robatech‘s quality products gain added

value, thanks to the RobaPlusTM service.

The completion of a RobaPlusTM

agreement covering all of the Robatech

products at a company guarantees higher

effi ciency, thanks to rapid intervention

times. Producers thus simultaneously lower

their costs and reduce manufacturing

downtimes to a minimum.

ball systems it is also ensured, that the

mixture in the tank and machin circulation

during printing is controlled. Even smallest

changes of ink viscosities are detected

and regulated by addition of necessary

solvents. Optionally an inline temperature

control is available as well.

opti-Blend 4000 systems are available as

single station units or with a central control

and screen for up to 12 printing stations.

Data of production can be stored

per printing station and per job. Those

data are also available for external usage

and evaluation.

DRUPA 2012

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ROPI FK-3500 STANDARD BOX-FOLDING

& BONDING MACHINE FOR SMALL,

MEDIUM AND FREQUENTLY CHANGING

JOB-ORDERS WITH VACUUM-ASSISTED

FLAT-STAPLE BELT-FEEDER

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Standard box-folding

& bonding machine

The model FK-3500 is manufactured in

series since the mid 80s, and was several

time re-engineered during that period.

World-wide over 500 systems have been

installed. The FK-3500 is a fully automatic

box-folding & bonding machine for

gluing, folding, labelling and closing of

various cardboard products. The system

is supplied with a vacuum assisted fl atstaple

belt-feeder (for continuous top-loading),

a pressure-belt, an out-feed-belt,

and the proprietary ROPI Glue-Line, a

microprocessor-controlled gluing system,

including a 2x2 channel controller, 2 coldglue

nozzles (for dot & line operation) as

well as a steel-tank (with liquid level control

& pressure regulator). Additional gluenozzles,

as required for certain products,

can be installed in addition. The operating

area of the machine is fi tted with a cover

for sound and personal protection. The

transport sections feature frequency con-

Karl Tränklein GmbH, based in

D-71101 Schönaich near Stuttgart/

Germany and well known among

trade experts, is presenting a

cross section of their sales program

in bookbinding and print

fi nishing machines. The machines have

been technically improved to refl ect

higher standards of operational safety.

Index Cutting MachineThe RG model

trolled 3-phase motors, with individually

variable speed-control and inching-operation

for machine adjustment. Programmable

total- & batch productions-counters

and a continuous or scaled interval

out-feed guarantee an uninterrupted nonstop

operation. As standard a complete

set of removable-tools for processing

fold-boxes, CD-sleeves, ticket-pockets

(e.g. for banking purposes), register/

card-index holders, card-board blisters,

various folders and document cases are

supplied with the machine.

Optionally available are tools for oval-boxes,

tapered bags and boxes with crashlock

bottom. Tools for other special products

can be developed on request. All

tools are plug & play and can be changed

by few handgrips only, reducing the overall

downtime during product change-over

signifi cantly.

Bookbinding and

print fi nishing

has been designed for small and middle

sized printing runs and is used by many

companies in the print fi nishing business.

This semi-automatic machine offers an

outstanding cost-performance-ratio and

can be equipped with a multitude of tools

when needed. (Custom-made dies are

also available). The effi cient operating on

the machine can be done by a qualifi ed

operator after a short practice.


„µ-surf-mobile“

These days in quality assurance and

monitoring of production processes

sturdy and fast 3D-measuring systems

become more decisive. In the past only

2D-measuring methods were used, when

manufacturing rotogravure cylinders or

anilox rollers. These methods are often

not suffi cient anymore because of todays

demand on quality (e.g. in security

prinitng, packaging rotogravure) and rising

technical possibilities of the different

engraving types (e.g. direct-laser engraving,

extreme-engraving). Also it is not

possible to measure the volume with 2Dmicroscopes.

To get precise measuring

values of the geometry and the volume

of engraved cells, we have developed the

confocal white light microscope „µ-surf-

At Drupa 2012, Ferag will be ready with

innovations and developments for the

production of newspapers, magazines

and advertising titles. TapeFix is a new

way to secure insert collections. So processes

in the production of advertising

freesheets become simpler and less

expensive. TapeFix takes the place of a

wrapper, making sure that the collections

stay together. TapeFix is also an inexpensive

alternative for inserting supplements

as part of the newspaper production process.

In the area of polybagging, Polypacer

now processes bundles in the DIN A4

to A5 range of formats. By offsetting the

inkjet head, or attaching a second head,

inline labeling is possible on packed or

unpacked products. MiniSert, meanwhile,

lets you take a straightforward, low-cost

step from the manual to automatic inser-

mobile“ with a special analysis software

„Printmaster“, which allows measurements

directly on the rotogravure cylinders

or anilox rollers. We emphasis high

measuring precision and reproduction as

well as simple operation, independence

of the operator by automatic measuring

or evaluation and high measuring speed.

Because of the compact unit of the instrument

it can be used stationary as well

as mobile in production or laboratory.

Because of the high resolution (approx.

10 nm) and the measuring precision

which results out of it, it is possible to

measure the roughness of surfaces (e.g.

rotogravure cylinders, paper) contact-free

as well as topographic measurements on

printed materials or intaglio plates.

Ferag at Drupa 2012

ting process. The modular inserting line

means that a modest capital outlay can

bring inserting production to a new performance

level with a low cost basis. In

newspaper production, the trend is increasingly

towards top performance – with

the shortest production routes from the

folder delivery to the loading docks. Everything

points towards the online inserting

process, as can be assured by Ferag

technology alone. Production on the

inserting system is at 75,000 cph.Now,

the Accraply application module can be

integrated in front of the JobStack 90

compensating stacker inlet. The solution

shows how the MemoStick advertising

format can also be used on simple, inexpensive

online confi gurations incorporating

components from WRH Marketing

AG’s JobFolio series.

DRUPA 2012

GRAPHISCHE TECHNIK UND HANDEL

HEIMANN GMBH

HALL 5, BOOTH C44

AT DRUPA 2012, FERAG WILL BE READY

WITH INNOVATIONS AND DEVELOP-

MENTS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF MA-

GAZINES, NEWSPAPERS AND ADVERTI-

SING FREESHEETS

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The whole world of

folding and inserting

THE WORLD OF MEDIA IS UNDERGOING A PROFOUND CHANGE.

Concepts such as process enhancement

and reduction of

set-up times dominate production cycles

in the printing industry. Now more

than ever technical solutions are required

which are optimally tailored to the needs

of the individual customer. As manufacturer

of folding and inserting machines, Mathias

Bäuerle GmbH will present the appropriate

solutions for the requirements of

the market in the fi eld of print fi nishing at

the drupa 2012 in Hall 13, Stand D49. On

the stand of MB Bäuerle the visitors will

see numerous world premieres as well as

innovative further developments.

Fully automatic folding -

Even more than you asked for

The fully automatic folding machines

prestigeFOLD NET 38 and prestigeFOLD

NET 52 offer maximum ease of operation

combined with CIP4-compatibility. Completely

automatic machine settings, the

robust mechanical construction and a

hig degree of adapatability are the main

characteristics of this buckle fold machine.

The automatic set-up feature takes

care of positioning the setting elements

for fl at pile feeder, fold plate stops, defl

ectors, fold rollers, alignment rails and

delivery rollers. The operator guidance

is logically structured and makes use of

a touch-screen panel. A large number of

standard parallel folds and cross folds are

pre-programmed. All other folds are freely

programmable. More than 200 jobs can

be saved in the program memory. Set-up

times for setting up repetitive jobs are extremely

low, because speed, sheet gap,

etc. are also set automatically.

At the fair, the prestigeFOLD NET 38

will be equipped with a special fold unit

for producing pharmaceutical package

inserts. This supplementary equipment

allows the fully automatic creation of

products with a minimum fold length of

28 mm. Through the combination with

further special attachments and additional

modules, a wide variety of possibilities

can be offered for processing package

inserts, light weight paper and other products

that are glued or folded down to

small formats. Moreover, a code reading

system ensures permanent monitoring

during production.

The prestigeFOLD NET 66, a further

development of the prestigeFOLD NET

52, will be presented at the drupa for the

fi rst time. In addition to well-tried features

such as complete automation and operator

convenience, this new folding machine

offers an even higher fl exibility because

it can handle a larger range of formats.

Among other applications it is possible to

create 3-up A4 products or 24-page A4

signatures. An inline connection to highcapacity

digital printing systems can also


e realised. Designed as a lettershop

version, the prestigeFOLD NET 66 will

be exhibited in a confi guration for feeding

continuous forms from a roll.

Within the range of the prestigeFOLD line

of folders, a further minimisation of setup

times can be achieved with the new

device for mounting the tool shafts. A

laser pointer shows the operator the exact

position of the creasing, cutting and

perforating tools needed for a particular

folding job after the paper size and type of

fold have been chosen. Setting positions

which have been changed later can also

be saved and called up again for repetitive

jobs in no time at all. This eases the workload

of the machine operator, especially

when he is confronted with low print runs

and consequently frequent job changes.

Automatic and highly fl exible –

World premiere for the new highperformance,

multi-format inserting

system

For years MB Bäuerle has been successful

in the fi eld of mail processing as the

manufacturer of the high-performance inserting

systems autoSET 18 and autoSET

XT. With the inserting machine autoSET B4

HighFLEX, MB Bäuerle will present a multi-format-system

which combines a high

degree of variability with top-level operator

convenience. autoSET B4 HighFLEX

handles

all formats

from DL to B4,

and at a maximum speed of

more than 22,000 cycles/h it is ideal for

workplaces where maximum output and

minimum set-up times are required.

The modular design makes it possible

to adapt the inserting system to the individual

needs of the customer. With feeding

systems for cut sheet or continuous

forms, it can either be used as a system

machine or for realising complex tasks.

The modular document track can be

extended to 12 insert stations. Suction,

friction or rotary feeders are available as

insert feeders, depending on the type of

inserts. For this reason the range of materials

that can be handled is very wide.

Different camera systems for all common

readings such as OMR, barcode

or Datamatrix can be used. It is also

possible to integrate addressing and

postage meter modules in the system.

The comprehensive automation is an

outstanding feature of the autoSET technology.

All settings are made at the ergonomically

positioned touch-screen displays.

Easy-to-understand pictograms for

DRUPA 2012

THE INSERTING SYSTEM AUTOSET B4

HIGHFLEX OFFERS FLEXIBILITY COM-

BINED WITH A HIGH OUTPUT.

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THE INLINE SYSTEM IS CHARACTE-

RISED BY ITS WIDE RANGE OF PRO-

DUCTION POSSIBILITIES.

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operator guidance facili-

tate the handling of the machi-

ne. Simply touching the symbols on the

screen will change settings or reconfi gure

the entire system. Information for the operator

during the work cycle are visualised

by means of icons or in plain language.

Manual settings, which are normally necessary

when changing a job, are automated

in the autoSET B4 HighFLEX. A

simple touch is suffi cient for recalling a

job from the memory and the setting automation

sets up all relevant modules.

The System Solutions software from MB

Bäuerle guarantees maximum transparency,

security and effi ciency when processing

documents. Moreover, MB inserting

systems can be extended by adding

further software modules such as monitoring

or fi le check.

Now it is personal – Innovation in

mailing production!

Studies have shown that colourful and

customised mailings with individual contents

are better at communicating the

signifi cance of advertised products and

consequently multiply response rates.

But the response behaviour does not only

depend on the contents of the mailing,

but also on its custommade

form. A cleverly made

mailing attracts attention. The proper

technology may cause a sensation, thus

ensuring the success of the mailing campaign.

With a technical development,

whose name will be made public at the

drupa, MB Bäuerle offers the ideal solution

for this purpose.

The new system allows the production

of an individual cover letter with matching

envelope in a single pass. Consequently

the target group-specifi c addressing of

mailings from print run one has become

a reality. Feeding takes place either by

means of a cut sheet pre-loader, continuously

from a roll or directly from a digital

printing system. A camera system

in connection with a diverter guarantees

permanent security during the entire production

cycle, making sure that only impeccable

documents reach the delivery

section. The complete system is also very

operator-friendly because of its compact

design and good accessibility.

In connection with the innovative possibilities

of digital printing, this new development

opens up new approaches in the

production of mailings. The individual design

of the envelope in agreement with its

contents results in maximising the advertising

message and consequently leads

to a signifi cantly higher response rate.


The system is also ideal for the combined

processing of transpromo documents. An

advertising supplement can, for example,

be added to an invoice, and then mailed

in an individually designed envelope.

For a perfect result after the (digital)

print – The in-line system for

creasing and folding allows effi cient

processing

A typical problem when folding digital

prints or other sensitive materials is the

cracking of the toner layer along the fold

line. The reason for this phenomenon is

not the folding process or the technology

that is used, but the physical properties

of surface and paper. Creasing along

the fold line can considerably reduce or

even completely avoid the cracking of the

toner layer. With the technology used in

the Pit Stop models, the material is gently

compressed because the extension of

the paper fi bres is avoided. This principle

prevents cracking of the printing ink or

tearing of the paper, thus ensuring a neat

fold.

The combination of the folding systems

from MB Bäuerle with the Pit Stop creasing

and perforating machines allows

an economical post-processing. At the

drupa, MB Bäuerle will for the fi rst time

present a completely automated inline

system for this type of applications.

It consists of the following components:

��� Automatic fl at pile feeder

FSA 52 NET

��� Alignment table ART 52

��� Creasing and perforating

machine Pit Stop DH Speed

��� Fully automatic fold system

prestigeFOLD NET 52

As processing takes place in one pass,

the risk that sensitive material (e.g. digitally

printed products) is marked or scratched

is considerably reduced. Moreover,

it is not necessary to stack the sheets before

they are folded. The alignment of the

sheets before and after creasing results in

high precision for the end product.

It is also possible to integrate a timed

head module by means of a slitter shaft

mounted in front of the fold unit. In this

confi guration, creasing and perforation in

direction of paper travel is also possible.

Another advantage of the inline system is

the fl exibility for the user, because many

production possibilities are available. The

creasing and perforating machine can,

for example, also be operated as a standalone

system in connection with the fl at

pile feeder and the alignment track.

Tried-and-tested solutions complement

the novelties

Beside numerous novelties and world

premieres, Mathias Bäuerle GmbH will

also exhibit well-known solutions. One

example for this line of business is the

folding machine multimaster CAS 35.

Computer control replaces the otherwise

necessary manual skill. Operation

is very simple, set-up is extremely fast.

multimaster CAS 35 is the perfect folding

machines for in-house printing departments,

copy and lettershops as well as

digital printers. The fold unit is equipped

with two fold plates for the production of

all standard parallel folds.

Cross folds can also be made because

the bottom-feed, top-loading air feeder

also separates pre-folded sheets. There

is no need for fold roller setting. Special

polyurethane rollers make roller setting

superfl uous.

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KALLFASS

VERPACKUNGSMASCHINEN GMBH

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Provide a high value

RESPONSIBLE USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTALLY

FRIENDLY BUSINESS PRACTICES ARE HIGHLY VALUED AT KALLFASS.

In the last few years the potential for

more sustainability in business operations

and processes has been consequently

calculated and partly realised with

high investment in environmentally friendly

solutions that conserve resources. We

know that sustainable production processes

are also incredibly important to our

customers. We have already been looking

into the use of bio-fi lms on our machines

for some time. We are testing biodegradable

and compostable types of fi lms as

well as biopolymer fi lms from sustainable

renewable resources.

There are two biocompatible aspects

regarding the sustainability of packaging

processes. On the one hand, we have

biodegradable packaging materials which

are composted under industrial conditions.

On the other hand, packaging materials

are made of renewable raw materials

like corn (starch) – a natural resource for

various bioplastics. Both categories are

called biocompatible and are considered

to be a sustainable strategy of packaging.

Some biopolymers fulfi ll both specifi ca-

tions and ensure particularly sustainable

packaging.

PLA fi lm is stiff and brittle. It is impossible

to ply or reverse the fi lm without visible

structural damages. The resulting

packaging appearance is not acceptable

and leads to limited distribution. Using the

common fi lm packaging lines, PLA fi lms

can be used only restrictively in high-performance

production lines. The aim was

to design a new fi lm packaging system for

biopolymer PLA-fi lms, which fi rst enables

a packaging result with an appealing look

and second reaches a speed suffi cient for

fully-automatic production processes. As

a result of this demanding development

work, Kallfass will launch the new SERVO

PACKER 500, a continuous fully-automatic

fi lm packaging line for fi lm overwrapping

with two fl at fi lm rolls, which achieves

the required capacity for fully-automatic

industrial production using biopolymer

fi lms.

This machine is able to process commercial

PLA-fi lms fully-automatically due

to the constructive characteristics.


Optimised solvent

processing concept for

packaging printing

OFRU RECYCLING FROM BABENHAUSEN IS OPTIMISING ITS

PRODUCT RANGE IN PREPARATION FOR THE DRUPA 2012.

The main focus is on the ASC-

150 recovery plant with 24 kW

heating capacity. The ASC-150 solvent

recovery plant is the smallest model in

the professional ASC series which has

an integrated steam heating system.

The steam heater in the double jacket of

the distillation vessel was developed by

OFRU as long ago as 1997, and replaces

the conventional thermal oil heating

system for solvent recovery plants. The

optimisation of the ASC-150 for fl exo printing

shops drew on the experience and

wishes of the customers. Packaging and

fl exo printing shops wish to integrate the

solvent recovery directly into the automatic

washing process of a modern printing

press on the one hand and to incorporate

older printing presses into the recovery

process on the other.

At the DRUPA 2012, OFRU will therefore

be presenting a solvent recovery concept

linked to an ASC-150, two stainless steel

solvent tanks with UN and DOT approval

(approved in particular for hazardous

liquid substances of classes 3, 4.2, 4.3,

5.1, 6.1, 8 and 9). The two tanks can be

connected online to a printing press and

ensure continuous processing of the solvents.

In addition, a solvent fi lling and discharge

station has been integrated. At

the push of a button, the printer can also

transfer the soiled solvent from a drum

into the tank, or pump clean solvent from

the second tank when necessary for manual

washing processes. This solution is

particularly practical, as many printing

shops still employ older printing presses

and have not yet changed over to printing

presses offering an automatic washing

process.

Experience has shown that the distillation

capacity of this plant is suffi cient for 30

to 65 litres per hour with a heating temperature

of only 100-110°C. The low heating

temperature is necessary to ensure safety

during the distillation of nitrocellulosebased

solvents. The processing concept

presented already forms part of the OFRU

product range for 2012.

DRUPA 2012

OFRU RECYCLING GMBH & CO. KG AT

DRUPA: HALLE 9, STAND 9/A27

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SUMBEL at drupa

03. MAY – 16. MAY 2012 / HALL 11 - BOOTH 11D77

At Düsseldorf SUMBEL

Company in Bremen, Germany

has manufactured gluing equipment

for book-binders, the converting

and graphics industries for more than

60 years! Sumbel has participated at the

DRUPA exhibition since 1954.

For DRUPA 2012 the company is introducing

their new simple system for case

making. This system includes a Gluing

Machine, Alignment Table and Edge Turner.

For large label, print, photo and poster

mounting SUMBEL is showing Gluing

Machine Model HEROLD with glue roller

sizes up to 1200 mm (48”) and model RE-

GENT Rotary Pressing Down Machine.

Various types of Edge Gluers for adhesive

application onto the edges of various

materials will be demonstrated at the

SUMBEL booth.

For Hot Melt Adhesive Application SUM-

BEL is introducing their new Hot Melt Roller

Coater, Model MELTCATOR with roller

sizes of 300 mm or 500 mm.

SUMBEL is offering for all of the above

mentioned applications and systems

suitable adhesives and glues produced

especially for use in SUMBEL machines.

Sumbel‘s research and development

team is constantly exploring new technologies

to create more effective and more

environmentally-friendly glues and adhesives

for specifi c applications. The range

of products includes a line of water-based

adhesives and glues, acid free glues, and

hot melt/pressure sensitive adhesives.

SUMBEL’s pressure sensitive adhesive

dots of glue known as Glue Dots®

or Glue Spots provide a fast, easy, and

clean method for bonding just about any

two substrates. SUMBEL offers these

dots in three tack strengths — low, high

and super high — for temporary as well

as permanent bonding. For the automatic

application of Glue Dots SUMBEL is

showing at DRUPA the new SD-900 as

the smart choice for automatic, inline adhesive

application. Designed to quickly,

cleanly and easily apply Glue Dots Brand

Adhesives, the SD-900 seamlessly integrates

into your existing production line.

Craquelure Coating is a water based acrylic

coating that is applied onto photographs,

lithographic prints, posters and

canvas art décor. The coating provides

protection – eliminating the need for glass

- and the enhanced look of a hand painted

artwork. It is applied with a brush or

paint roller in seconds and is available in

matte and hi gloss fi nishes.


Screen Printing

THE A & M KINZEL SCREEN PRINTING MACHINES LTD.

GERMANY IS THE LEADER IN ROLL-TO-ROLL PRINTING AND

FINISHING EQUIPMENT FOR ALL FLEXIBLE MATERIALS.

A & M KINZEL develops and produces

these machines since 1992

on their own responsibility. A big experience

from the preceding work experiences

(since 1972) as well as the running

advancement of the Know How‘s enables

the enterprise to be able to exist internationally.

Objective of the company is

to develop, manufacture and sale of machines

for the printing (screen printing). It

is our explained main focus, the engaged

and motivated employee innovative and

competitive role processing machines

develop, produce and distribute.. Only

satisfi ed customer assures us by the

long-term economic success. The brothers

Alfonso and Max Kinzel are early pioneers

in the printing machinery industry.

The core competence includes both the

development and production of screen

printing machines, dryers (hot air, IR and

UV), laminating units, die cutting devices,

embossing presses, laser cutting machines,

digital printing machines and small

appliances (heat presses, sheet laminating

units etc.).

A&M KINZEL has worked a wide spectrum

of production technologies about the

years. This concerns the manufacturing of

� Screen printing machine

(cylinder, fl at bed and

rotary screen printing),

� Digital printing machines

� Laser cutting systems

� Die Cutter and Embossing

Presses

��� Laminating units

� Dryer. Hot air, IR and UV

� Slitter units and

cross-cutting units

� Automatic Squeegee grinders

� Screen coating machines

and much more

This wide production spectrum enables

to the customer to offer an optimum solution

fi tted on their use. Beside our standard

products we see it as the forcing

ones, however, at the same time also as

an attractive job and welcome service for

our worldwide famous customers, also

the manufacture of special machines.

On the one hand this adaptation of our

standard products can be in planning

default of our customers, on the other

hand, the construction and realization of

project-related machines.

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The

Future

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of

Screen-

printing

VISIT US AT DRUPA 2012 (3RD- 16TH MAY 2012) IN DUSSELDORF

HALL 3, BOOTH A/73-12 (ESMA SCREEN CITY)

I n times of a dramatically changing

media world, KISSEL +

WOLF GmbH (KIWO), one of the leading

manufacturers of screenprinting chemical

products, is strongly committed to the

screenprinting and textile printing process.

KIWO has set a special focus for

the future on developing new products

for the production of printing stencils.

This also includes users being supported

through our in-house Screen and Textile

Printing Applications Centre and expert

technical advice on site. With the development

and introduction of innovative

products such as POLYCOL S 210 Eco, a

graphic emulsion, which consists of 95%

renewable raw materials, and TEXSOL

600 Eco, a water-resistant textile printing

emulsion with an ECO PASSPORT (Certifi

cate no.11.0.95539), KISSEL + WOLF

provides yet another impetus for the future

of screen and textile printing. As a

user, you know that with KIWO, you have

a competent and reliable supplier of products

encompassing all aspects of stencil

production. The product range of adhesives,

known to you as the KIWOPRINT

and KIWOTEX series, will be further developed

and expanded. Our current lineup

already includes products for various

applications:

Screenprinting adhesives - Flexo adhesives

- Textile adhesives - Flock adhesives

Industrial adhesives - Spray adhesives -

Specialty adhesives

Another focus is the contract development

and manufacture of chemical

products. An important part of our philosophy

is future-oriented development,

namely the combination of safety and environmental

protection with the high functionality

that our users demand.


A TO Z

SUPPLIER´S GUIDE

EINKAUFSFÜHRER

VON A BIS Z

KEYWORD INDEX

ENGLISH - GERMAN

STICHWORTREGISTER

ENGLISCH - DEUTSCH


KEYWORD INDEX

3-D printing................................................................................1

A

Adhesive & glues........................................................................2

Adhesive tapes & adhesive foils/fi lms..........................................3

Anti-setoff powder......................................................................4

B

Baling presses............................................................................5

Blanket washing & rejuvenating solutions....................................6

Bookbinding machines & print fi nishing machines........................7

Bookbinding materials................................................................8

Business consultancy.................................................................9

C

Carbonless copy paper - cut-size paper.....................................10

Central cylinders for fl exopgraphic printing.................................11

Chemicals...............................................................................12

Chemicals & products for prepress production phases...............13

Cleaning non-woven.................................................................14

Clothes for cleaning and dusting...............................................15

Coloured/dyed paper................................................................16

Computer to plate systems for offset printing.............................17

Control, feed-back control and drive technology..........................18

Corner rounding machines........................................................19

Creasing machines...................................................................20

Cutting machines & cutting systems..........................................21

Cylinder repairs........................................................................22

D

Dampening solution additives & printing aids.............................23

Decor paper..............................................................................24

Die-cutting machines................................................................25

Distillation units for washing agents...........................................26

Dust extraction systems............................................................27

E

Edge trim extraction units.........................................................28

Electroplating for gravure cylinders............................................29

Electrostatic auxiliary systems...................................................30

Embossing materials.................................................................31

Extraction & ventilation systems.................................................32

Extraction systems....................................................................33

Extraction systems for solid, liquid and gaseous substances........34

F

Filing strips & plastic fi ling pockets............................................35

Flame resistant & fl ame retardant paper.....................................36

Flexographic printing inks.........................................................37

Foil cutting devices...................................................................38

Folding machines, folding units & accesories.............................39

G

Graphic systems.......................................................................40

Gravure printing consumables...................................................41

Gravure printing supplies..........................................................42

H

Heidelberger printing machines................................................43

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L

Label printing...........................................................................44

Logistic systems for printing plates............................................45

M

Machines for brochure production.............................................46

Mailing & envelope fi lling machines...........................................47

Measuring and testing equipment..............................................48

Mounting foils..........................................................................49

O

Offset printing inks...................................................................50

P

Paper drilling machines, paper drills..........................................51

Paper sheet counting machines, tape inserter.............................52

Perforating machines, perforating devices, perforating tools........53

Peripheral equipment................................................................54

Printing blankets, packing materials and sleeves........................55

Printing forme production for gravure printing............................56

Printing forme production for offset printing...............................57

Printing plate baking systems....................................................58

Processing systems for printing plates.......................................59

Proofi ng software......................................................................60

R

Recruiting consultancy..............................................................61

Repair attendance.....................................................................62

Ring binder...............................................................................63

Roller washing & maintenance products....................................64

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Sheet-fed offset printing machines............................................65

Special consumables for printing..............................................66

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Tabletop folders........................................................................67

Thermo-sensitive paper.............................................................68

Thread sealing machines..........................................................69

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Underlays, underlay sheets........................................................70

Used machinery dealers............................................................71

UV-measuring devices/light measuring devices..........................72

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Washing agents & maintenance products...................................73

Washing fl eece........................................................................74

Washing fl eece winding stand...................................................75

Washing machines for printing press parts.................................76

Waste paper disposal plants......................................................77

Waste removal & recovery systems............................................78

Waterless offset printing...........................................................79

Web inspection and control systems..........................................80

Web-fed offset printing machines..............................................81

Wire stitchers, stitching wires....................................................82

Workfl ow-systems....................................................................83

Writing paper, fi ne paper & fi ne board.......................................84


STICHWORTINDEX

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Abheftvorrichtungen & Folieneinstecktaschen.............................35

Absauganlagen........................................................................33

Absauganlagen für feste, fl üssige und gasförmige Stoffe............34

Absaugtechnik & Entlüftungstechnik..........................................32

Altpapierentsorgungsanlagen....................................................77

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Bahnüberwachungs- und Bahnsteuerungssysteme.....................80

Ballenpressen............................................................................5

Bogenoffsetdruckmaschinen.....................................................65

Broschürenfertiger....................................................................46

Buchbindereimaschinen & Druckweiterverarbeitungsmaschinen....7

Buchbindereimaterialien.............................................................8

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Chemikalien.............................................................................12

Chemikalien & Präparate für die Druckvorstufe...........................13

Computer to plate Systeme für Offsetdruck................................17

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Dekorpapiere...........................................................................24

Destillieranlagen für Reinigungsmedien......................................26

Drahtheftmaschinen, Heftdraht..................................................82

Druckbestäubungspuder.............................................................4

Druckfarben für Flexodruck.......................................................37

Druckfarben für Offsetdruck......................................................50

Druckformherstellung Offsetdruck.............................................57

Druckformherstellung Tiefdruck.................................................56

Druckplatteneinbrennsysteme...................................................58

Drucktücher, Aufzugsmaterialien und Sleeves.............................55

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Elektrostatische Druckhilfssysteme............................................30

Entsorgungstechnik & Rückgewinnungsanlagen.........................78

Entwicklungssysteme für Druckplatten.......................................59

Etikettendruck..........................................................................44

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Fadensiegelmaschinen.............................................................69

Falzmaschinen, Falzaggregate & Zubehör..................................39

Farbige Papiere........................................................................16

Feuchtmittelzusätze & Druckhilfsmittel.......................................23

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Galvanik für Tiefdruckzylinder....................................................29

Gebrauchtmaschinenhandel.....................................................71

Graphische Systeme.................................................................40

Gummituchwaschmittel & Regenerierungsmittel...........................6

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Heidelberger Druckmaschinen...................................................43

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Klebebänder & Klebefolien..........................................................3

Klebstoffe & Leime......................................................................2

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Logistiksysteme für Druckplatten...............................................45

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Mailingmaschinen & Kuvertiermaschinen...................................47

Mess- und Prüfgeräte...............................................................48

Montagefolien..........................................................................49

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Papierbogenzählmaschinen, Streifeneinschussgeräte.................52

Papierbohrmaschinen, Papierbohrer...........................................51

Perforiermaschinen, Perforiereinrichtungen, Perforierwerkzeuge..53

Peripheriegeräte......................................................................54

Personalberatung.....................................................................61

Prägematerialien......................................................................31

Proofsoftware..........................................................................60

Putz- und Reinigungstücher......................................................15

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Regel-, Steuerungs- und Antriebstechnik...................................18

Reinigungsvlies........................................................................14

Reparatur-Dienstleistungen.......................................................62

Rillmaschinen..........................................................................20

Ringbücher..............................................................................63

Rollenoffsetdruckmaschinen.....................................................81

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Schneidgeräte für Folien...........................................................38

Schreibpapiere, Feinpapiere & Feinkarton..................................84

Schwer entfl ammbare & fl ammhemmende Papiere....................36

Selbstdurchschreibende Papiere - Formatpapiere.......................10

Spezielle Verbrauchsmaterialien für den Druck...........................66

Stanzmaschinen......................................................................25

Staubabsauganlagen................................................................27

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Thermosensitive Papiere...........................................................68

Tiefdruckbedarf........................................................................42

Tiefdruck-Verbrauchsmaterialien...............................................41

Tischfalzgeräte.........................................................................67

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Unterlagen, Unterlagebogen......................................................70

Unternehmensberatungen..........................................................9

UV-Messgeräte/Lichtmessgeräte...............................................72

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Walzenwaschmittel & Walzenpfl egemittel...................................64

Waschmaschinen für Druckwerksteile........................................76

Waschmittel & Pfl egemittel........................................................73

Waschvlies..............................................................................74

Wasserloser Offsetdruck...........................................................79

Wickelstand für Waschvlies.......................................................75

Workfl ow-Systeme...................................................................83

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Zentralzylinder für Flexodruck....................................................11

Zylinderreparaturen..................................................................22


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3-D Druck

Techno-Grafi ca GmbH

� Dieselstr. 1 75236 Kämpfelbach

� 07231/8761 � 07231/8762

� info@techno-grafi ca.de

� www.techno-grafi ca.de

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Adhesive & glues

Klebstoffe & Leime

KAMI Uwe Kaminski

� Hochstr. 1 91459 Markt Erlbach

� 09106/410 � 09106/6293

� info@kami-produkte.de

� www.kami-produkte.de

Questions?

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+49 5231 98100-12

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Adhesive tapes & adhesive foils/films

Klebebänder & Klebefolien

KAMI Uwe Kaminski

� Hochstr. 1 91459 Markt Erlbach

� 09106/410 � 09106/6293

� info@kami-produkte.de

� www.kami-produkte.de

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Anti-setoff powder

Druckbestäubungspuder

KSL staubtechnik gmbh

� Westendstr. 11 89415 Lauingen

� 09072/9500-0 � 09072/9500-50

� info@ksl-staubtechnik.de

� www.ksl-staubtechnik.de

drupa 2012

Hall 7.1

Stand A30

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Baling presses

Ballenpressen

HSM GmbH + Co. KG

� Austr. 1-9 88699 Frickingen

� 07554/2100-0 � 07554/2100-160

� info@hsm.eu

� www.hsm.eu

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Blanket washing & rejuvenating

solutions

Gummituchwaschmittel &

Regenerierungsmittel

Vliesstoff Kasper GmbH

� Rönneterring 7-9 41068 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/95195-0 � 02161/95195-23

� info@vliesstoff.de

� www.vliesstoff.de

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Bookbinding machines & print finishing

machines

Buchbindereimaschinen & Druckweiterverarbeitungsmaschinen

Aribas Printing Machinery GmbH

� Albin-Köbis-Str. 4 51147 Köln

� 02203/290080 � 02203/290088

� info@aribas.com

� www.aribas.com

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Bookbinding materials

Buchbindereimaterialien

drupa 2012

Hall 16

Stand B68

Max Steier GmbH & Co. KG

� Steindamm 77-85 25387 Elmshorn

� 04121/473-0 � 04121/473-100

� info@steier.de

� www.steier.de

Something to write about?

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editor@polygraph-export.com


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Business consultancy

Unternehmensberatungen

PRINT-MEDIA Ostler & Partner

Unternehmensberatung GmbH

� Bahnhofsplatz 6 86459 Gessertshausen

� 08238/96772-0

� info@print-media.de

� www.print-media.de

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Carbonless copy paper - cut-size paper

Selbstdurchschreibende Papiere -

Formatpapiere

Papierfabrik August Koehler AG

� Hauptstr. 2 77704 Oberkirch

� +49(0)7802/81-0 � +49(0)7802/81-4330

� info@koehlerpaper.com

� www.koehlerpaper.com

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Mail our mediaconsultants

info@polygraph-export.com

Central cylinders for flexopgraphic

printing

Zentralzylinder für Flexodruck

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Chemikalien

Polygraph - Supplier´s Guide 2012

I.T.G.-GmbH Graphic Products

� Dachauer Str. 201 80637 München

� 089/1594020 � 089/1575507

� info@itg-graph.com

� www.itg-graph.com

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Chemicals & products for prepress

production phases

Chemikalien & Präparate für

die Druckvorstufe

Maschinenfabrik Kaspar Walter

GmbH & Co. KG

� Konrad-Zuse-Bogen 18 82152 Krailling

� 089/78596-0 � 089/78596-114

� sales@kwalter.de

� www.kwalter.de

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Cleaning fleece

Reinigungsvlies

Vliesstoff Kasper GmbH

� Rönneterring 7-9 41068 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/95195-0 � 02161/95195-23

� info@vliesstoff.de

� www.vliesstoff.de

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Clothes for cleaning and dusting

Putz- und Reinigungstücher

KAMI Uwe Kaminski

� Hochstr. 1 91459 Markt Erlbach

� 09106/410 � 09106/6293

� info@kami-produkte.de

� www.kami-produkte.de

drupa 2012

Hall 17

Stand C22

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� Rönneterring 7-9 41068 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/95195-0 � 02161/95195-23

� info@vliesstoff.de

� www.vliesstoff.de

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Coloured/dyed paper

Farbige Papiere

Papierfabrik August Koehler AG

� Hauptstr. 2 77704 Oberkirch

� +49(0)7802/81-0 � +49(0)7802/81-4330

� info@koehlerpaper.com

� www.koehlerpaper.com

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Computer to plate systems for offset

printing

Computer to plate Systeme für Offsetdruck

Techno-Grafi ca GmbH

� Dieselstr. 1 75236 Kämpfelbach

� 07231/8761 � 07231/8762

� info@techno-grafi ca.de

� www.techno-grafi ca.de

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Control, feed-back control and drive

technology

Regel-, Steuerungs- und Antriebstechnik

Baumüller Anlagen-Systemtechnik

GmbH & Co. KG

� Ostendstr. 84 90482 Nürnberg

� 0911/54408-0 � 0911/54408-769

� mail@baumueller.de

� www.baumueller.de

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Corner rounding machines

Eckenrundstoßmaschinen, ER-Messer

Josef Foellmer GmbH

Graphischer Maschinen- und Apparatebau

� Klippeneckstr. 8

78056 Villingen-Schwenningen

� 07720/3012-0 � 07720/3012-50

� foellmer@foellmer.com

� www.foellmer.com

drupa 2012

Hall 11

Stand A25

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Creasing machines

Rillmaschinen

Ernst Nagel GmbH

WIR BRINGEN GEDRUCKTES IN FORM

� Breitwiesenstr. 21 70565 Stuttgart

� 0711/78078-0 � 0711/78078-10

� verkauf@ernstnagel.de

� www.ernstnagel.de

Hefter Systemform GmbH

� Am Mühlenbach 6 83209 Prien am Chiemsee

� 08051/686201 � 08051/686211

� systemform@hefter.de

� www.hefter-systemform.com

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Cutting machines & cutting systems

Schneidemaschinen & Schneidanlagen

Hefter Systemform GmbH

� Am Mühlenbach 6 83209 Prien am Chiemsee

� 08051/686201 � 08051/686211

� systemform@hefter.de

� www.hefter-systemform.com

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Cylinder repairs

Zylinderreparaturen

DRUWA Druckzylinder Schnellreparatur

GmbH

� Stralsunder Str. 4 35410 Hungen

� 06402/503-26 � 06402/503-28

� info@druwa.de

� www.druwa.de

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drupa 2012

Hall 8b

Stand A83

Dampening solution

additives & printing aids

Feuchtmittelzusätze & Druckhilfsmittel

I.T.G.-GmbH Graphic Products

� Dachauer Str. 201 80637 München

� 089/1594020 � 089/1575507

� info@itg-graph.com

� www.itg-graph.com


KAMI Uwe Kaminski

� Hochstr. 1 91459 Markt Erlbach

� 09106/410 � 09106/6293

� info@kami-produkte.de

� www.kami-produkte.de

R + F & FCH GmbH

� Kreuzerweg 13 77955 Ettenheim

� 07822/5037 � 07822/4943

� info@roefi -forst.de

� www.roefi -forst.de

Vliesstoff Kasper GmbH

� Rönneterring 7-9 41068 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/95195-0 � 02161/95195-23

� info@vliesstoff.de

� www.vliesstoff.de

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Decor paper

Dekorpapiere

Papierfabrik August Koehler AG

� Hauptstr. 2 77704 Oberkirch

� +49(0)7802/81-0 � +49(0)7802/81-4330

� info@koehlerpaper.com

� www.koehlerpaper.com

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Die-cutting machines

Stanzmaschinen

Ernst Nagel GmbH

WIR BRINGEN GEDRUCKTES IN FORM

� Breitwiesenstr. 21 70565 Stuttgart

� 0711/78078-0 � 0711/78078-10

� verkauf@ernstnagel.de

� www.ernstnagel.de

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Distillation units for washing agents

Destillieranlagen für Reinigungsmedien

D.W. Renzmann Apparatebau GmbH

� Industriestr. 1 55569 Monzingen

� 06751/878-0 � 06751/6209

� info@dw-renzmann.de

� www.dw-renzmann.de

drupa 2012

Hall 8b

Stand A83

drupa 2012

Hall 16

Stand D39

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Dust extraction systems

Staubabsauganlagen

Höcker Polytechnik GmbH

� Borgloher Str. 1 49176 Hilter

� 05409/405-0 � 05409/405-555

� info@hpt.net

� www.hoecker-polytechnik.de

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Edge trim extraction units

Randstreifenabsauganlagen

Höcker Polytechnik GmbH

� Borgloher Str. 1 49176 Hilter

� 05409/405-0 � 05409/405-555

� info@hpt.net

� www.hoecker-polytechnik.de

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Electroplating for gravure cylinders

Galvanik für Tiefdruckzylinder

Maschinenfabrik Kaspar Walter

GmbH & Co. KG

� Konrad-Zuse-Bogen 18 82152 Krailling

� 089/78596-0 � 089/78596-114

� sales@kwalter.de

� www.kwalter.de

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Electrostatic auxiliary systems

Elektrostatische Druckhilfssysteme

Haug GmbH & Co. KG

� Friedrich-List-Str. 18

70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen

� 0711/9498-0 � 0711/9498-298

� info@haug.de

� www.haug.de

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Embossing materials

Prägematerialien

drupa 2012

Hall 17

Stand C22

münchner klischeeanstalt G. Rosenschon

� Günteringer Str. 1 82237 Wörthsee

� +49(0)8153/89222

� http://home.arcor.de/m-klischee

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Absaugtechnik & Entlüftungstechnik

Höcker Polytechnik GmbH

� Borgloher Str. 1 49176 Hilter

� 05409/405-0 � 05409/405-555

� info@hpt.net

� www.hoecker-polytechnik.de

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Extraction systems

Absauganlagen

Abfallentsorgung

gewinnbringende Lösungen

vom Komplettanbieter

www.hoecker-polytechnik.de

HÖCKER POLYTECHNIK GmbH · Entsorgungssysteme · 49176 Hilter

Fon + 49 (0) 5409 405 - 0 · Fax + 49 (0) 5409 405 - 555 · info@hpt.net

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Extraction systems for solid, liquid and

gaseous substances

Absauganlagen für feste, flüssige und

gasförmige Stoffe

Höcker Polytechnik GmbH

� Borgloher Str. 1 49176 Hilter

� 05409/405-0 � 05409/405-555

� info@hpt.net

� www.hoecker-polytechnik.de

drupa 2012

Hall 2

Stand 2B19

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Schuko H. Schulte-Südhoff GmbH

� Gewerbepark 2 49196 Bad Laer

� 05424/8060 � 05424/80680

� info@schuko.de

� www.schuko.de

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Filing strips & plastic filing pockets

Abheftvorrichtungen & Folieneinstecktaschen

Max Steier GmbH & Co. KG

� Steindamm 77-85 25387 Elmshorn

� 04121/473-0 � 04121/473-100

� info@steier.de

� www.steier.de

Something to write about?

Mail our editors

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Flame resistant & flame retardant paper

Schwer entfl ammbare & fl ammhemmende

Papiere

Papierfabrik August Koehler AG

� Hauptstr. 2 77704 Oberkirch

� +49(0)7802/81-0 � +49(0)7802/81-4330

� info@koehlerpaper.com

� www.koehlerpaper.com

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Flexographic printing inks

Druckfarben für Flexodruck

Dr. W. Rodatz Flexodruckfarben

� Bekstück 40 22453 Hamburg

� 040/582392 � 040/582520

� www.rodatzfl exo.de

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Foil cutting devices

Schneidgeräte für Folien

engel GmbH

� Gaußstr. 5 31787 Hameln

� 05151/67453 � 05151/67463

� info@engel-hameln.de

� www.engel-hameln.de


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accesories

Falzmaschinen, Falzaggregate & Zubehör

Mathias Bäuerle GmbH

� Gewerbehallestr. 7-11 78112 St. Georgen

� 07724/882-0 � 07724/882-111

� center@mb-bauerle.de

� www.mb-bauerle.de

MBO Maschinenbau Oppenweiler

Binder GmbH & Co. KG

� Grabenstr. 4 71570 Oppenweiler

� 07191/46-0 � 07191/46-34

� info@mbo-folder.com

� www.mbo-folder.com

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Graphic systems

Graphische Systeme

FUJIFILM Deutschland Niederlassung der

FUJIFILM Europe GmbH

� Heesenstr. 31 40549 Düsseldorf

� 0211/5089-255

� www.fujifi lm.de

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Gravure printing consumables

Tiefdruck-Verbrauchsmaterialien

Maschinenfabrik Kaspar Walter

GmbH & Co. KG

� Konrad-Zuse-Bogen 18 82152 Krailling

� 089/78596-0 � 089/78596-114

� sales@kwalter.de

� www.kwalter.de

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Hall 17

Stand C22

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Gravure printing supplies

Tiefdruckbedarf

hsa Helio Service Ahaus GmbH

� Ridderstr. 40 48683 Ahaus

� 02561/9790187 � 02561/9790188

� info@hsa-ahaus.de

� www.hsa-ahaus.de

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Heidelberger Druckmaschinen

Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Vertrieb

Deutschland GmbH

� Kurfürsten-Anlage 52-60 69115 Heidelberg

� 06221/92-2929 � 06221/92-1919

� hddteam@heidelberg.com

� www.heidelberg.com

Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Vertrieb

Deutschland GmbH

Region Mitte

� Kurfürsten-Anlage 52-60 69115 Heidelberg

� 06221/92-21770 � 06221/92-21709

� hddteam@heidelberg.com

� www.heidelberg.com

Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Vertrieb

Deutschland GmbH

Region Nord, Standort Hamburg

� Hannoversche Str. 10 21079 Hamburg

� 040/53418-0 � 040/53418-123

� hddteam@heidelberg.com

� www.heidelberg.com

Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Vertrieb

Deutschland GmbH

Region Ost, Standort Berlin

� Heinrich-Hertz-Straße 3b

14532 Kleinmachnow

� 0332/03886-0 � 0332/03886-222

� hddteam@heidelberg.com

� www.heidelberg.com

Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Vertrieb

Deutschland GmbH

Region Süd, Standort München

� Haderunstr. 6-8 81375 München

� 089/70066-0 � 089/70066-350

� hddteam@heidelberg.com

� www.heidelberg.com

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Deutschland GmbH

Region West, Standort Düsseldorf

� Elisabeth-Selbert-Str. 13

40764 Langenfeld

� 02173/6805-0 � 02173/6805-199

� hddteam@heidelberg.com

� www.heidelberg.com

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Etikettendruck

A.M. Etikettendruck

� Mittelberg 6 72501 Gammertingen

� 07574/9301-45 � 07574/9301-30

� info@am-etikettendruck.de

� www.am-etikettendruck.de

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Logistic systems for printing plates

Logistiksysteme für Druckplatten

Techno-Grafi ca GmbH

� Dieselstr. 1 75236 Kämpfelbach

� 07231/8761 � 07231/8762

� info@techno-grafi ca.de

� www.techno-grafi ca.de

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Machines for brochure production

Broschürenfertiger

Ernst Nagel GmbH

WIR BRINGEN GEDRUCKTES IN FORM

� Breitwiesenstr. 21 70565 Stuttgart

� 0711/78078-0 � 0711/78078-10

� verkauf@ernstnagel.de

� www.ernstnagel.de

Hefter Systemform GmbH

� Am Mühlenbach 6 83209 Prien am Chiemsee

� 08051/686201 � 08051/686211

� systemform@hefter.de

� www.hefter-systemform.com

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Hall 8b

Stand A83

Mailing & envelope filling machines

Mailingmaschinen & Kuvertiermaschinen

Hefter Systemform GmbH

� Am Mühlenbach 6 83209 Prien am Chiemsee

� 08051/686201 � 08051/686211

� systemform@hefter.de

� www.hefter-systemform.com

Mathias Bäuerle GmbH

� Gewerbehallestr. 7-11 78112 St. Georgen

� 07724/882-0 � 07724/882-111

� center@mb-bauerle.de

� www.mb-bauerle.de

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Measuring and testing equipment

Mess- und Prüfgeräte

Maschinenfabrik Kaspar Walter

GmbH & Co. KG

� Konrad-Zuse-Bogen 18 82152 Krailling

� 089/78596-0 � 089/78596-114

� sales@kwalter.de

� www.kwalter.de

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Mounting foils

Montagefolien

I.T.G.-GmbH Graphic Products

� Dachauer Str. 201 80637 München

� 089/1594020 � 089/1575507

� info@itg-graph.com

� www.itg-graph.com

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Offset printing inks

Druckfarben für Offsetdruck

EPPLE

Druckfarben

Epple Druckfarben AG

� Gutenbergstr. 5 86356 Neusäß

� 0821/4603-0 � 0821/4603-200

� info@epple-druckfarben.de

� www.epple-druckfarben.de

GSB-WAHL GmbH

� Buchenteich 1 73773 Aichwald

� 0711/361365 � 0711/364693

� info@gsb-wahl.de

� www.gsb-wahl.de

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Paper drilling machines, paper drills

Papierbohrmaschinen, Papierbohrer

Josef Foellmer GmbH

Graphischer Maschinen- und Apparatebau

� Klippeneckstr. 8

78056 Villingen-Schwenningen

� 07720/3012-0 � 07720/3012-50

� foellmer@foellmer.com

� www.foellmer.com

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Paper sheet counting machines, tape

inserter

Papierbogenzählmaschinen,

Streifeneinschussgeräte

Josef Foellmer GmbH

Graphischer Maschinen- und Apparatebau

� Klippeneckstr. 8

78056 Villingen-Schwenningen

� 07720/3012-0 � 07720/3012-50

� foellmer@foellmer.com

� www.foellmer.com

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Perforating machines, perforating

devices, perforating tools

Perforiermaschinen, Perforiereinrichtungen,

Perforierwerkzeuge

Hefter Systemform GmbH

� Am Mühlenbach 6 83209 Prien am Chiemsee

� 08051/686201 � 08051/686211

� systemform@hefter.de

� www.hefter-systemform.com

Josef Foellmer GmbH

Graphischer Maschinen- und Apparatebau

� Klippeneckstr. 8

78056 Villingen-Schwenningen

� 07720/3012-0 � 07720/3012-50

� foellmer@foellmer.com

� www.foellmer.com

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Peripheral equipment

Peripheriegeräte

MBO Maschinenbau Oppenweiler

Binder GmbH & Co. KG

� Grabenstr. 4 71570 Oppenweiler

� 07191/46-0 � 07191/46-34

� info@mbo-folder.com

� www.mbo-folder.com

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Printing blankets, packing materials

and sleeves

Drucktücher, Aufzugsmaterialien und

Sleeves

BIRKAN Drucktuchtechnik GmbH

� Painhofener Str. 11 82279 Eching/Ammers.

� 08143/9204-0 � 08143/9204-24

� info@birkan.de

� www.birkan.de

I.T.G.-GmbH Graphic Products

� Dachauer Str. 201 80637 München

� 089/1594020 � 089/1575507

� info@itg-graph.com

� www.itg-graph.com

T & H Techn. Produktions & Handels GmbH

� Waldbadstr. 9-13 33803 Steinhagen

� 05204/3499 � 05204/80546

� t.h.gmbh@t-online.de

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Printing forme production for gravure

printing

Druckformherstellung Tiefdruck

Maschinenfabrik Kaspar Walter

GmbH & Co. KG

� Konrad-Zuse-Bogen 18 82152 Krailling

� 089/78596-0 � 089/78596-114

� sales@kwalter.de

� www.kwalter.de

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Printing forme production for offset

printing

Druckformherstellung Offsetdruck

Techno-Grafi ca GmbH

� Dieselstr. 1 75236 Kämpfelbach

� 07231/8761 � 07231/8762

� info@techno-grafi ca.de

� www.techno-grafi ca.de

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Printing plate baking systems

Druckplatteneinbrennsysteme

Techno-Grafi ca GmbH

� Dieselstr. 1 75236 Kämpfelbach

� 07231/8761 � 07231/8762

� info@techno-grafi ca.de

� www.techno-grafi ca.de

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Processing systems for printing plates

Entwicklungssysteme für Druckplatten

Techno-Grafi ca GmbH

� Dieselstr. 1 75236 Kämpfelbach

� 07231/8761 � 07231/8762

� info@techno-grafi ca.de

� www.techno-grafi ca.de

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Proofing software

Proofsoftware

Dalim Software GmbH

� Strassburger Str. 6 77694 Kehl

� +49(0)7851/91960 � +49(0)7851/73576

� info@dalim.com

� www.dalim.com

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Recruiting consultancy

Personalberatung

Bogner Gottschalk Heine

Unternehmensberater GmbH

� Moosstr. 7 82319 Starnberg

� +49(0)8151/65499-0

� +49(0)8151/65499-99

� info@bgh-consulting.de

� www.bgh-consulting.de

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Repair attendance

Reparatur-Dienstleistungen

DRUWA Druckzylinder Schnellreparatur

GmbH

� Stralsunder Str. 4 35410 Hungen

� 06402/503-26 � 06402/503-28

� info@druwa.de

� www.druwa.de

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TAMPO GALVANIG

Zylinder für Druckmaschinen

� Brucknerstr. 4 63477 Maintal

� 06181/850085 � 06181/850086

� info@tampo-graphics.de

� www.tampo-graphics.de

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Ring binder

Ringbücher

Max Steier GmbH & Co. KG

� Steindamm 77-85 25387 Elmshorn

� 04121/473-0 � 04121/473-100

� info@steier.de

� www.steier.de

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Roller washing & maintenance products

Walzenwaschmittel & Walzenpfl egemittel

KAMI Uwe Kaminski

� Hochstr. 1 91459 Markt Erlbach

� 09106/410 � 09106/6293

� info@kami-produkte.de

� www.kami-produkte.de

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Sheet-fed offset printing machines

Bogenoffsetdruckmaschinen

Aribas Printing Machinery GmbH

� Albin-Köbis-Str. 4 51147 Köln

� 02203/290080 � 02203/290088

� info@aribas.com

� www.aribas.com

Koenig & Bauer AG (KBA)

� Friedrich-Koenig-Str. 4 97080 Würzburg

� +49(0)931/909-0 � +49(0)931/909-4101

� kba-wuerzburg@kba.com

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Special consumables for printing

Spezielle Verbrauchsmaterialien für den

Druck

Vliesstoff Kasper GmbH

� Rönneterring 7-9 41068 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/95195-0 � 02161/95195-23

� info@vliesstoff.de

� www.vliesstoff.de

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Tabletop folders

Tischfalzgeräte

Hefter Systemform GmbH

� Am Mühlenbach 6 83209 Prien am Chiemsee

� 08051/686201 � 08051/686211

� systemform@hefter.de

� www.hefter-systemform.com

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Thermo-sensitive paper

Thermosensitive Papiere

Papierfabrik August Koehler AG

� Hauptstr. 2 77704 Oberkirch

� +49(0)7802/81-0 � +49(0)7802/81-4330

� info@koehlerpaper.com

� www.koehlerpaper.com

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Thread sealing machines

Fadensiegelmaschinen

MBO Maschinenbau Oppenweiler

Binder GmbH & Co. KG

� Grabenstr. 4 71570 Oppenweiler

� 07191/46-0 � 07191/46-34

� info@mbo-folder.com

� www.mbo-folder.com

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Underlays, underlay sheets

Unterlagen, Unterlagebogen

BIRKAN Drucktuchtechnik GmbH

� Painhofener Str. 11 82279 Eching/Ammers.

� 08143/9204-0 � 08143/9204-24

� info@birkan.de

� www.birkan.de

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Used machinery dealers

Gebrauchtmaschinenhandel

Aribas Printing Machinery GmbH

� Albin-Köbis-Str. 4 51147 Köln

� 02203/290080 � 02203/290088

� info@aribas.com

� www.aribas.com

BLÖCKER Graphische Maschinen GmbH

� Chromstr. 122 33415 Verl

� +49(0)5246/9243-0 � +49(0)5246/9243-21

� info@bloecker.com

� www.bloecker.com

DRUPAMA KG (GmbH & Co. KG)

Druckereimaschinen-Vertrieb

� Rehmendamm 20 21217 Seevetal

� 040/7685027 � 040/7685024

� service@drupama.de

� www.drupama.de

Hansagraph GmbH

� Rehmendamm 20 21217 Seevetal

� +49(0)40/6312855-0

� +49(0)40/6312855-11

� info@hansagraph.com

� www.hansagraph.com

PARDON GmbH

� Gerhard-Welter-Str. 3a 41812 Erkelenz

� 02431/9633-0 � 02431/981137

� info@pardon.de

� www.pardon.de

Vosswinkel GmbH

� Am Gülser Weg 24 56220 Bassenheim

� 02625/9524100 � 02625/9524140

� info@vosswinkel.de

� www.vosswinkel.com

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UV-measuring devices/light measuring

devices

UV-Messgeräte/Lichtmessgeräte

Drello Ing. Paul Drewell GmbH & Co. KG

� Andreas-Bornes-Str. 46

41179 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/909-6 � 02161/909-700

� info@drello.de

� www.drello.de

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Washing agents & maintenance

products

Waschmittel & Pfl egemittel

R + F & FCH GmbH

� Kreuzerweg 13 77955 Ettenheim

� 07822/5037 � 07822/4943

� info@roefi -forst.de

� www.roefi -forst.de

Vliesstoff Kasper GmbH

� Rönneterring 7-9 41068 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/95195-0 � 02161/95195-23

� info@vliesstoff.de

� www.vliesstoff.de

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Washing fleece

Waschvlies

Vliesstoff Kasper GmbH

� Rönneterring 7-9 41068 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/95195-0 � 02161/95195-23

� info@vliesstoff.de

� www.vliesstoff.de

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Washing fleece winding stand

Wickelstand für Waschvlies

Vliesstoff Kasper GmbH

� Rönneterring 7-9 41068 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/95195-0 � 02161/95195-23

� info@vliesstoff.de

� www.vliesstoff.de

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Washing machines for printing press

parts

Waschmaschinen für Druckwerksteile

D.W. Renzmann Apparatebau GmbH

� Industriestr. 1 55569 Monzingen

� 06751/878-0 � 06751/6209

� info@dw-renzmann.de

� www.dw-renzmann.de

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Waste paper disposal plants

Altpapierentsorgungsanlagen

Höcker Polytechnik GmbH

� Borgloher Str. 1 49176 Hilter

� 05409/405-0 � 05409/405-555

� info@hpt.net

� www.hoecker-polytechnik.de

HSM GmbH + Co. KG

� Austr. 1-9 88699 Frickingen

� 07554/2100-0 � 07554/2100-160

� info@hsm.eu

� www.hsm.eu

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Waste removal & recovery systems

Entsorgungstechnik &

Rückgewinnungsanlagen

Schuko H. Schulte-Südhoff GmbH

� Gewerbepark 2 49196 Bad Laer

� 05424/8060 � 05424/80680

� info@schuko.de

� www.schuko.de

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Waterless offset printing

Wasserloser Offsetdruck

Techno-Grafi ca GmbH

� Dieselstr. 1 75236 Kämpfelbach

� 07231/8761 � 07231/8762

� info@techno-grafi ca.de

� www.techno-grafi ca.de

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Web inspection and control systems

Bahnüberwachungs- und

Bahnsteuerungssysteme

Drello Ing. Paul Drewell GmbH & Co. KG

� Andreas-Bornes-Str. 46

41179 Mönchengladbach

� 02161/909-6 � 02161/909-700

� info@drello.de

� www.drello.de

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Web-fed offset printing machines

Rollenoffsetdruckmaschinen

Koenig & Bauer AG (KBA)

� Friedrich-Koenig-Str. 4 97080 Würzburg

� +49(0)931/909-0 � +49(0)931/909-4101

� kba-wuerzburg@kba.com

� www.kba.com

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Wire stitchers, stitching wires

Drahtheftmaschinen, Heftdraht

Josef Foellmer GmbH

Graphischer Maschinen- und Apparatebau

� Klippeneckstr. 8

78056 Villingen-Schwenningen

� 07720/3012-0 � 07720/3012-50

� foellmer@foellmer.com

� www.foellmer.com

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Workfl ow-Systeme

Dalim Software GmbH

� Strassburger Str. 6 77694 Kehl

� +49(0)7851/91960 � +49(0)7851/73576

� info@dalim.com

� www.dalim.com

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Writing paper, fine paper & fine board

Schreibpapiere, Feinpapiere & Feinkarton

Papierfabrik August Koehler AG

� Hauptstr. 2 77704 Oberkirch

� +49(0)7802/81-0 � +49(0)7802/81-4330

� info@koehlerpaper.com

� www.koehlerpaper.com

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