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Gravure printing is a common processing technique that is frequently used to print vast quantities of magazines and catalogues.
Gravure printing transfers ink from carved microcavities rather than a relief, in contrast to flexo printing, which transfers ink from a relief. The printing pattern is made up of these embedded voids in the printing cylinder.
The Global Gravure paper printing market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Bobst introduces the Expert gravure press. The packaging industry is undergoing a significant shift. Brand owners anticipate shorter time to market and more environmentally friendly solutions.
In order to meet these demands, Bobst has introduced the Expert RS 6003 gravure press, a new generation gravure press that will help gravure converters meet market difficulties.
The Expert RS 6003, which has a top speed of 500 m/min and can be set up with either shaftless or shafted printing cylinders, is best described as versatile and productive.
To achieve the highest quality output in accordance with production requirements, configuration choices now include the selection of an inking system.
The MPI (Multi-Purpose Inking) or HSM (High Speed Metering) inking systems, which are both standard, both produce consistent, repeatable, high-quality printing in every situation and with any kind of ink or solvent.
Exclusive to the Expert RS 6003, Bobst has created a unique, revolutionary method to make press make-ready and job changeovers simpler and faster.
Flex Trolley is a service-type trolley that may either be removed after the print unit has been set up or left onboard while printing.
This significantly lowers the minimum number of trolleys required for press operation and provides the greatest amount of flexibility during changeover procedures.
Many of the technical Bobst drying technology hallmarks have been incorporated into the drying system and have been updated to guarantee the necessary drying efficiency with a shorter hood length.
When compared to typical drying chambers, this approach significantly reduces the length of the web in the press, which results in a waste reduction of roughly 30% during startup and changeover.
The press is oneECG-ready and capable of high-speed printing with both solvent- and water-based inks. With its oneECG solution, Bobst has paved the way for the Extended Colour Gamut (ECG) to be used in gravure printing.
This opens the door to the digital world and allows gravure printing to enter a new mode of operation to keep up with current market demands.
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