ROLLING MEADOWS, ILLINOIS, USA – Long time label converting equipment specialists, Spartanics are revolutionizing the method and ease at which labels are converted in today’s growing industry. With the need for faster speeds, higher quality cuts and faster job turnover times; Spartanics presents the latest advancement in semi-rotary technology that is taking the label market by storm – The SR350 Semi-Rotary Label Converting Solution. The system offers 350mm wide semi-rotary and full rotary die cutting options with auto back scoring, dual rewinds and many other converting options.
”We are very excited about the SR350 as an entry level finishing solution for the label converting market,” says Mike Bacon, VP of Sales & Marketing. “Since Spartanics is best known for laser die cutting systems, we have taken extra care to build a modular system that will allow our customers to add laser die cutting in the beginning or at some point in the future.”
The SR350 Semi-Rotary Label Converting Solution is a base model solution that is best suited for entry level label converters and manufacturers. The compact design of the SR350 is user friendly and ideal for label converters that are searching for an efficient solution to perform quick job changeovers without sacrificing quality results. By operating at speeds of 30 meters per minute, the SR350 is able to achieve quality cuts at faster cutting speeds. For label converters looking to sustain even faster cutting speeds, the SR350 is available with a high speed cutting option that will meet market demands for label converters that are investing in digital printers operating at 50m per minute and above.
Rolling Meadows, Illinois, USA-headquartered Spartanics specializes in tightly integrating advanced software engineering with sophisticated handling systems to manufacture best-in-class die cutting machinery, laser cutting machine technology, as well as, screen printing systems and other equipment for fabricating products made from flat stock materials. Its worldwide service organization uses state-of-the-art virtual service technician technology and also maintains offices and spare parts in Europe.