Swiss firm Bograma will showcase its new compact BSR 550 basic rotary die-cutter at this year’s Xeikon Café Packaging Innovations event, which will be held from 28 to 31 March.
The new compact BSR 550 basic offline solution can be used for die-cutting, kiss-cutting, creasing, perforating and embossing of different products such as packaging, labels, mailings, presentation folders and others.
It can also be used in various others applications, including labels, flyers, leaflets, direct mail, greeting cards and presentation folders.
The rotary die-cutter enables to be used with both offset and digitally printed material.
Designed to help printers to produce small and medium runs, the offline solution has capacity to run up to 8000 cycles/h with a maximum sheet size of 550 x 750mm.
Bograma sales manager Stefan Büechi said: “For Bograma, the Xeikon Café structure is ideal in presenting digital printing capabilities in die-cutting, and learning about industry trends to expand into new markets.
“With our rotary die-cutter BSR 550 basic, we can show Xeikon Café visitors how various jobs can be die-cut with a simple change of tool, and the wealth of possibilities high-quality die cutting can bring to digital print applications.”
Based in Turbenthal, Bograma is engaged in the development and construction of premium die-cutters, punch machines and additional units for subsequent print finishing.
Xeikon designs, produces and delivers digital printing solutions for labels and packaging, document and commercial and folding carton.
Image: Bograma’s BSR 550 basic rotary die-cutter. Photo: courtesy of XEIKONCAFÉ.