Bobst has organized an industry and networking open house event in order to how to “make it happen” in the packaging printing industry.
To show once again how to “make it happen” in the packaging printing industry, BOBST has organized an exciting industry and networking open house event that will take place on 27th and 28th February 2018 in the Competence Center of the Bobst Bielefeld production facility in Germany, the BOBST Center of Excellence for web-fed CI flexo technology. The event will be focusing on the 7-color Extended Color Gamut (ECG) process, and will première BOBST’s new 20SEVEN CI flexo press.
An evolution of the 20SIX model, the 20SEVEN is a telling example of how being ahead of market requirements, new industrial demands, by constantly enhancing equipment efficiency and meeting new industry processes, is what keeps the BOBST equipment always at the forefront of the industrial trends, truly effective and a profitable solution for the user. The technical developments of the 20SEVEN have been targeted to, and indeed succeed in, maximizing process consistency. This is what makes it specifically suited for the ECG process.
The printing demonstrations will highlight the 20SEVEN’s remarkable performance in handling 7-c ECG jobs, while the manifold aspects of the extended color gamut process will be examined from different perspectives by brand owners and converters who, along with other process specialists, will also animate the panel discussion, in which visitors are invited to participate and address many topics of interest. Furthermore, the event will provide ample opportunities during the breaks and following the formal program, for networking, informal talks and to share experiences amongst all event participants.
The wide range of e-services available for trouble-shooting, for monitoring production and for boosting productivity that makes BOBST equipment deliver high levels of performance at all times, will take place in Bobst Bielefeld’s brand new Training Center, which has been recently established for educational and R&D purposes.