Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor. Far shorter makeready times and 100 percent offset printing quality make even short runs profitable.
“We can make profitable inroads into run lengths that were previously the preserve of digital printing while also benefiting from 100 percent offset printing quality,” says Production Manager Peter Ganter, summing up the first few months with the Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor. This is a key argument for August Faller KG, which specializes in printing pharmaceutical packaging. It has no problem meeting the pharmaceutical sector’s extremely high quality requirements. The press prints even the most intricate security features with absolute reliability.
Due to increasing diversification, the challenging pharmaceutical sector in particular is becoming an important area of application for Anicolor technology. For example, more and more pharmaceutical and healthcare products are being offered in different pack sizes, dosage forms, and active ingredient concentrations. This is cutting run lengths and also increasing the number of printing forms. The fact that the Anicolor press supports the cost-efficient production of such variations in both large and small quantities makes Faller far more flexible. In addition to this, consistent coloring throughout is combined with reliable quality.
A further benefit is that the short inking unit requires only a few sheets for inking-up. This significantly reduces waste and throughput times, which pays dividends for more than just short runs. “We slashed makeready times within the first few months. Compared with conventional presses, the Speedmaster XL 75 Anicolor generates up to 80 percent less waste. And each waste sheet we save boosts the profitability of a job,” says Ganter, who is clearly enthusiastic in his assessment of the press.
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