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  • 13 Jul 2016

Gráfica Santos e Cunha invests in further Lemorau EB 260 die-cutting machine

The second EB 260 at Gráfica Santos e Cunha features a 260mm web width, servo drives and other technologies

Portuguese self-adhesive label printer Gráfica Santos e Cunha has invested in a second EB 260 e-cutting machine from Lemorau to increase its production capacity.

Gráfica Santos e Cunha was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in São João da Madeira, Portugal. It produces labels for several industries, such as footwear and automobile.

The second EB 260 at Gráfica Santos e Cunha features a 260mm web width, servo drive technology, dual rewinding, web guiding, 250 job memory, paper and matrix break detection and has a maximum speed of 200m/min.

Manuel António, Gráfica Santos e Cunha general manager, said: ‘We choose Lemorau mainly for the trust we have in the company. Prompt response, prompt technical assistance and above all quality of product, made us invest again, to have more responsiveness in the future.’

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