Friday, 14 May 2021 09:00 GMT

Incodia shifts up a gear with Promatrix 106 CSB

Cards, packaging and digital payments solutions specialist Incodia International has invested in a new Promatrix 106 CSB die-cutter from Heidelberg to enhance its production capacity and product quality.

The new machine will be installed at the firm’s Colchester facility later this year and will run alongside an existing Heidelberg CX 102-8+L UV press with spectral colour measurement.

The Speedmaster CX 102, which was the first of its kind in the UK when installed in 2018, is used to produce a range of work and will now be supported by the Promatrix 106 CSB.

The new die-cutter has a non-stop feeder and non-stop delivery, which eliminates stops between pallet changes while still being able to handle pallets with the typical pile heights found in the folding carton environments.

Other standard features include central adjustment of rollers and brushes on the feed table, quick lock frame of the cutting station, fine adjustment system of the cutting plate and also quick lock systems in the stripping station and the blanking station.

Alan Lock, chief executive of Incodia, comments: “The Heidelberg Promatrix 106 CSB stood out from other competitive offers and fits well with our previous and potential future investments. 

“This equipment not only improves our offering and efficiencies across our existing product and customers portfolio, but it also opens up new markets and opportunities within the packaging sectors.”

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