KBA participates in Interpack with four group firms

Products on show include VariJET 106 press for cardboard printing and betaJET xenio inkjet system
Dubai Four companies from the Koenig & Bauer Group (KBA) presented solutions at this year’s Interpack in Düsseldorf.
KBA-Metronic’s marking systems with the code-M software module allow, among other things, the centralised administration of print jobs, the monitoring of entire marking lines, and the integration of camera control systems.
With the code-M data module, data from databases can be inserted into printed texts. Printing systems and fields are detected automatically, and the form of the imprints is userdefinable.
With the code-M data and code-M editor modules, many users can create sophisticated text layouts themselves. KBA-Metronic also introduced the versatile betaJET xenio DOD inkjet system.
KBA-Sheetfed, the market leader in sheet-fed offset presses for cardboard printing, showed the digital sheet-fed KBA Vari- JET 106 press. The KBA VariJET combines conventional printing and finishing technologies with digital inkjet printing.
KBA-Flexotecnica presented migration-free printing on flexible packaging. For its new-generation CI flexo presses for flexible packaging, KBA-Flexotecnica focuses on migration-free printing with water-based inks, such as for food packaging. The new Evolam laminating machine, allowing the use of solvent-free adhesives, was also shown.
KBA-Kammann presented direct digital printing on glass and configuration for diverse requirements of various markets.

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