Heidelberger is all set to launch its new Linoprint DriveLine F UV digital inkjet printing system, designed specially for sensitive pharmaceutical packaging.
The Germany-based firm said its new printing system offers flexibility and production reliability for individual and integrated printing of blister foils and is capable of printing foil widths up to 280mm and thicknesses ranging from 15 µm to 100 µm at 360 dpi resolution.
Heidelberg Linoprint business area head Daniel Dreyer said Linoprint UV inkjet printing systems enable them to offer a well-rounded portfolio for variable, printing of labels, aluminum blister and plastic foils and folding boxes.
The system allows pharmaceutical manufacturers and packaging companies to integrate digital inkjet printing into their production lines for safe and reliable printing of individualized packaging materials.
DriveLine F optimally adapts to the pace of the packaging line and handles intermittent and continuous operation. It also prints static and variable content on the back of pharmaceutical blister packs or foils.
The system uses specially developed UV inks with a low migration potential and set-off properties and processes aluminum, composite and plastic foil in widths up to 320mm.