Up to now off-line converting has been the overwhelming choice among label converters investing in digital presses. The key advantage is seen as allowing the digital engine to keep working without having to wait for in-line converting to be set up.
As the customers order more and more different labels in small quantities, label converter is trying to looking for how to shorten the production time.
At first, they changed their machine to digital (press and die-cutter). Yes, the digital system is more suitable to short-run job than conventional machine. However, two steps were required to print and cut labels.
By printing more jobs per day users of powerful inline production can see greater profits and a fast ROI. Users get to decide which combination between digital laser cutting and digital printing is best for each job to deliver the lowest production cost.
any-Link is a compact sized synchronizer for in-line system. This acts as a buffer that synchronizes the speed between the printer and the laser die cutter. any-Link enables a digital label printer to be connected with laser die-cutter any-CUT II.