Bar Graphic Machinery (BGM) has secured four orders for the latest digital converting and finishing line Digiflex quadrupling its sales in just six weeks.
All machines, ordered by three converters in the UK and one in Europe, take the advantage of the modular design enabling customers to configure the specification of the machine to their exact requirements and allow for further configuration later if required.
Machines will be supplied with BGM’s latest re-register flexo print stations and semi-rotary die-cutting units. Both incorporate a laser function that enables the operator to pre-position the print cylinder or die shim in register to the pre-printed media minimizing waste and operator’s downtime.
Furthermore, all new orders will be fitted with BGM’s digital knife box that automates the setting of the slitting blades through the touch screen and Rapidslit function that eliminates the risk of operator error and inconsistency, providing a precise setting of the blades.
Other options included in the new orders are a re-register in-setter for the process of peel and reveal, cold foiling, lamination, festoon for continuous workflow, semi-automatic turret with splice and tail applier, variable repeat sheeting module. Additional auxiliary options such as corona and web cleaning systems have also been ordered.
‘We are truly delighted with the amount of interest the new Digiflex is generating. Four machine sales of a new product in just six weeks is very promising,’ commented BGM’s managing director Annemarie Rhodes. ‘May we take this opportunity to thank the four companies who have placed their orders for the latest Digiflex.’