New updated Servo range of label converters

Newfoil 3500 TTC

Newfoil Machines Limited was founded in 1982, to design, develop and manufacture flat bed converting machines.  The Newfoil range of hot stamping, embossing and die-cutting machines, are now regarded as the industry’s standard machine for reel to reel or reel to sheet narrow web converting.  A strong export presence has seen machines installed in over 90 countries world wide.  All the Servo range of machines are updated for 2015.

The machines are entirely designed and produced in house at the Oldham, Manchester factory, using the latest CAM/CAM design systems and CNC machine tools.  Our skilled workforce, with many years of experience; produce a first class range of converting machines for the label printing industry and specialist converters.

In 2013, the Servo range was introduced after four years of research and development.  The motion control and safety systems of the new digital servo machine are technically advanced, but still offer the ease of use and operator friendly characteristics of the original analogue machines.  Overall efficiency of the Servo range is better than 100% over the previous generation, speed has increased from 9000 to 18,000 impressions per hour and web speed is up to 75 metres per minute.

3500 ServoFlat bed hot stamping and embossing is acknowledged as the best method of creating high quality labels for high value products and the most effective for short run special labels and products.  The flat tooling is simple to produce and low in cost, it enables high quality hot foiling and embossing to be performed simply and efficiently.  Wines and spirits labels featuring hot stamping and embossing are a major market for Newfoil Machine’s equipment.  Webs from flexo, letterpress, screen and digital presses are overprinted off line and finished at high speed, accurately.

In addition to the high quality finishing Newfoil machines perform, the equipment is capable of converting a huge range of materials from polyester ribbon to kapton and cardboard.  If the material is available in roll form, and most are, then it can be converted on a Newfoil machine

In terms of capacity, the machines are offered in three web widths, 170mm, 250mm and 330mm.  They feature one, two or three stations, for hot stamping, embossing or die-cutting.  The models offered are:

Basic Newfoil ‘Servo’ Machine Range

Model No.

Hot Stamp/Embossing Heads

Die-Cutting Heads

Max. Web Width

2500 SSH

1 – 160mm x 160mm

170mm

2500 TTC

1 – 160mm x 160mm

170mm

2500

1 – 160mm x 160mm

1 – 160mm x 160mm

170mm

3500 SSH

1 – 230mm x 230mm

250mm

3500 TTC

1 – 230mm x 230mm

250mm

3500

1 – 230mm x 230mm

1 – 230mm x 230mm

250mm

4500

2 – 160mm x 160mm

1 – 160mm x 160mm

170mm

5500

2 – 230mm x 230mm

1 – 230mm x 230mm

250mm

3534

1 – 330mm x 290mm

1 – 330mm x 290mm

340mm

5534

2 – 330mm x 290mm

1 – 330mm x 290mm

340mm

3534 ServoThe list of ancillary equipment for the machines is extensive and includes flat bed screen printing units, UV, IR or hot air dryers, digital inkjet printers with four colours, variable data unit for barcodes etc., over-lamination and under-lamination, slitting – three methods, re-registration and hot stamping of holograms, thermal transfer printing for barcodes etc, RFID insertion system for security labels, sheeting into singles or strips, part laminated easy seal labels etc.

Custom designed and built machines accounts for a substantial part of Newfoil Machines activities, we welcome the opportunity of assisting with any converting project; we have found it an excellent route to advance our position within the industry.

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