SAKURAI TO INTRODUCE THE SCREEN FOIL LQM 105 HOT FOIL STAMPER AT PRINTING UNITED
Sakurai, the global leader in sheet-fed screenprinting technology will introduce the LQM 105 in-line hot foil stamper to the North American market in Booth 1420 at Printing United, October 23-25 in Dallas. First launched at the Sakurai Factory Open House in Gifu, Japan, the LQM 105 was also featured in the Sakurai Graphic Systems Corporation exhibit at FESPA last Spring.
Screen print, dry, screen foil and stack in a single pass.
At Printing United, Sakurai will conduct live demonstrations of a Maestro MS-102AX cylinder screen press equipped with a Natgraph UV dryer, stacker and new LQM 105 in-line hot foil stamper. The cost-effective, ScreenFoil LQM 105 brings a new level of flexibility, quality and performance when combined with any size or vintage Sakurai screen press. It is perfect for PSP, folders, leaflets, business cards, loyalty cards, magazines, book covers, packaging, promotional items, labels, roll-to-roll, greeting card, automotive, appliance and plastic card applications.
"Sakurai is over-the-top excited about the Printing United tradeshow and the opportunity to present the ScreenFoil hot foil stamper to the North American market", said David Rose, Vice President, Sakurai USA, Inc. "The use of the screen printing press to deposit the image in registration allows the heated foil to be applied in any size or image configuration. No dies - just print the image you want foiled, UV cure, and then pass through the foil applicator. Fine line, 3D dimensional coverage foil is now controlled by the screen press", Rose added. "If you are looking for greater use of your Sakurai or other existing screen press, add foil to your list of services to the graphic arts industry".
The featured Sakurai Maestro MS-102AX is the screen press of choice for a myriad of specialty finishing applications such as specialty effects foil, glitter, soft touch, flood, soft spot coating ad more The 29 5/8" x 41 1/2" ultra-high precision MS-102AX operates at speeds up to 4,000 IPH and accepts stock from .003" to .032" thick. The Maestro is capable of printing on a wide range of substrates such as plastic film for electronic applications, membrane switches, and display panels, touch screens as well as paper, board and foil.
Sakurai experts from the USA and Japan will be on hand at Printing United to assist booth visitors with designing a fully automated screen printing, drying and curing system, including LED-UV and now ScreenFoil hot foil finishing for their specific requirements.
To find out more, visit www.sakurai-printingunited.com or contact:
David Rose, Vice President; firstname.lastname@example.org C. 708.341.9493 O. 847.490.9400 x202
or Brian Johnson, Regional Sales Manager; email@example.com C. 847.363.6861 O. 847.490.9400 X206.