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  • 27 Jul 2021

anytron launches roll-to-sheet module for any-JETII

anytron has launched a roll-to-sheet in-line module for its any-JET II

anytron (Bitek Technology), a South Korean equipment manufacturer, has launched a roll-to-sheet in-line module for its any-JET II, a digital press developed for the label and flexible packaging markets.

The new roll-to-sheet module is an on-demand digital sheet cutter with no dies or setup costs, enabling roll-to-roll prints and laser die-cutting as well as roll-to-sheet finished products. It is targeted at print departments seeking an affordable, high-capacity device for complete unattended cutting production. 

The any-JET II, powered by Memjet Versapass inkjet printing technology, offers in-line finishing capabilities, 1600x1600 DPI resolution with lamination and custom label shapes and sizes with laser die-cutting. It supports variable printing and cutting speed between 3 and 18m/min (9.8 and 59 ft/min) depending on the label design. 

This all-in-one machine also includes a wide range of functions such as over-laminating, laser die-cutting, matrix removal and slitting. It can also be utilized for flexible packaging printing and laser scribing for easy opening and microwave steam release feature pouches.

‘Anytron continues to work hard to provide customers with more convenient equipment even after the launch of the any-JET II,’ said the company. ‘The roll-to-roll concept can now be equipped with roll-to-sheet modules, ready to meet customers’ demand for short-run jobs.’ 


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