For Sale: Comco FLX16 7 Colour Press

Comco FLX16 7 Colour Flexo Printing and Converting Machine
Year of manufacture: 2005

Print and processing width: 16“, 254mm
Print repeat length: Proglide print unit maximum 32“, 812mm, minimum 10“, 254mm
Repeat increments: Standard: 1/8”cp 3.175mm, 1/16”cp

Unwind and rewind diameters: 40“ 1016mm – supplied with roll lift
Press speed: maximum 500 fpm *mechanical speed
Register adjustment: 360 degree infinite

Substrates: Film wraps, 25 mc + 12 mc lamination with water base inks up to 200 fpm
Press capable of 1 mil or above polyesters, polyprops, cellophane or other non extensible films up to 200 FPM
Press runs currently run 38mu BOPP for wraparound labels

Unwind module with roll lift – Fife electronic web guide – Dancer controlled brake – Switch operated air core chuck 3″
Soft tension unwind feature includes Dover tension control
Sensor for transparent material
Corotec Corona treater single sided
Infeed tension control with digital readout
7 x Non chill MSP print module – Pro glide shuttle deck feature
Automatic register control
7 x Nip roll for impression cylinder, required for film
7 x Printco chambered doctor blade
Long loop idler roll
7 x Graymills Peristaltic ink pump
UVT 500 WPI maxim single lamp cool cure
Dual gearing per station (1/8” drive side, 1/16” operator side)
Motor base step up drive
Lower driven nip
Motor driven lamination unit – Switch operated air core chuck 6”
Exit pacing and sheeting module – 3600 running registration – Automatic register control
40” motor driven rewind w/roll lift – Includes dual tension feature for film/board applications
Automatic register control
Promark Handy scan 2000 w/17” monitor

Contact Andrew Lapish on sales@polygraphica.com for more information.

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About Polygraphica
Supplier of used machinery. We buy and sell used machinery for a wide range of industries including flexographic printing, rotogravure printing, label printing and converting, paper bag and sack production and tissue converting to name a few.

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