The new MPS EF multi-substrate UV Flexo press is built with an automation package including Job Memory. Next to 'standard integrated’ machine automation, the EF offers two options for further extended (additional) print automation: the EF-APC Package and EF-APC Advanced package. Both options can be configured for the ultimate in print setting control to further increase productivity of the EF press.

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With Crisp.Dot technology, the use of a rubber-coated counter-pressure roller exerts more equal pressure resulting in minimal dot gain, and due to use of friction, the roller does not cause any dot stretching or streaking. As a result, the print dot retains its round shape, ink coverage is solid and small fonts are sharper. This enables printing of the most demanding quality labels, flexible packaging and carton board.



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Set-up waste for both initial and repeat jobs is dramatically decreased with the APC (Automated Print Control) Packages. EF-APC Package and EF-APC Advanced packages additionally contain  automation on various print settings to increase your productivity even further.




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The slide out inking drawer is standard on the APC and APC Advanced Packages, making work so much easier for the operator. With the user friendly iControl System the press is easily controlled by the press operator.





The EF can convert a vast variety of differents substrates and designs and is equipped with all possible converting options, including gravure and screen. The combination of excellent quality, high productivity and unmatched flexibility of this printing system guarantees the investment will prove its value.

MPS offers several automation and control sytems that can extend the possibilities and enhance the productivity of your EF press even further. 

Separate converting units can be added for solutions such as cross-over multi-layers labels and different laminating solutions like cold foil. Several rail units are also available, such as the web turner bar and delam/relam module, which can be flexibly positioned on a rail.

For options and details, please check the pages Innovation.