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Norma enhances customer production with 9 colour Edale FL3

Hungarian label producer Norma has purchased a 9 colour Edale FL3 with UV curing.

The large label and packaging manufacturer plan to use the FL3 for the production of IML, self-adhesive, multi-layer and extra-large labels, as well as for laminates, hot-melt application and specialities.

Norma’s new FL3 has a special 41” maximum print length for extra-large in-mould labels, a second web re-insertion for multi-layer labels, high capacity hot air drying for in-mould label coating and variable length sheeting (up to 41” repeat) with CAM profile.

Gábor Rostás, Norma’s Managing Director, was highly in favour of the Edale FL3 over competitor options. He stated:

’This step up prepares us for the future. With the Edale FL3, we can achieve lower maintenence costs and reduce waste as well as quicker colour and job changes.’

He also commented on the reliability and stability of purchasing through Edale.

’Edale have had an open attitude towards creating a tailor-made solution for Norma, which matches the requirements of our customers. We were also reassured by the reliability of predecessor models.’

The FL3 is a high productivity, cost efficient quality label and packaging printing press. Benefits include fast run speeds, quick colour changes and an ultra-short web path ensuring minimum waste and maximum efficiency. With Full servo driven technology, the Edale FL3 boasts features such as Edale’s unique UniPrint technology, which delivers industry leading high quality print. The FL3 is fully upgradeable and can be adapted to suit future customer requirements.

James Boughton, Edale Managing Director commented:

‘We are delighted to be working with Norma on this project. With a bespoke set of customer requirements, this has been another great opportunity to show off our engineering capabilities.’

Mr Rostás also stated that Norma received “very good communication” with the Design and Sales teams: “Together with Edale, we focussed on the special properties of the machine.”
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