reel-fed

reel-fed

adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) involving or printing on a web of paper: a reel-fed press. Compare sheet-fed
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The company makes reel-fed, self-adhesive, in-mould, board, liner-less, cut and stack, peel and reseal and other labels for the food, chemical, household, dairy, beverage, horticulture, cosmetics and health sectors.
Self-adhesive labelling uses a reel-fed applicator which is far simpler matter to set up whereas wet glue needs to go into a magazine and requires technical expertise.
Awards are given--by a jury of leading industry experts--in the main segments where self-adhesive labels are used: (alcoholic) beverages, food, household, industrial, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, security labeling, (self-) promotion, booklet/coupon labels and for the major reel-fed print processes: flexo, letterpress, screen, offset, digital print and combination print.
Especially when teamed with the Flexi Soft FX3-MOC Drive Monitor, the DFS60S Pro permits safe working without loss of productivity during routine operations, such as piece part loading, magazine replacement, adjustment on machining centres or splicing of material on reel-fed machinery.
Webtech is the largest supplier of flexographic reel-fed labels in the UK and Ireland.
LPF Flexible Packaging, part of the Clondalkin Group Flexible Packaging Division, created an 80mm high barrier, reel-fed lid made from a transparent three-layer structure with glass coated polyester, nylon and special high-performance scalable and peelable cast polypropylene, created by its sister company, Wentus in Germany.
The Spartanics Finecut Combination model can be interchanged quickly between sheet-fed or reel-fed jobs and can finish any type of printing process.
Tipografic offers a complete label solution from wet glue labels, self adhesive labels through to reel-fed plastic and shrink sleeves.
25 mm) are produced on reel-fed surface relief production equipment, while plate products can be made on glass, polyester, acrylic and polycarbonate, up to 1"/24 mm thick.
A Contoroll labeler attached reel-fed wrap-around labels, and a Variopac machine puts the bottles in shrink-wrapped trays.
The Bag Maker, which takes the reel-fed filter paper, forms the double-chamber bag, then seals and cuts the bag to the desired shape and size.