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GM Peel and Reveal MultiLayer Unit

Multi-layer labels are often used for pharmaceutical and medical label applications – especially when government regulations require product information to remain intact with the product. With a multi-layer label, you can also add recipes on food labels, promote sweepstakes / giveaways, offer detailed instructions, give multilingual information, debut a new product, attract buyers with coupons and display legal text. 

Characteristics

Efficient production of multi-layer units requires either cross-over units or lamination of two layers in a register. Lamination in register has a major advantage over cross-over units, as the full web width is utilized. This doubles the production capacity and allows for full flexibility in the label design and size.

Advanced full servo control ensures a perfect register between the top and bottom layer. The system automatically controls web tension and register, while providing feedback to the user on the built-in touchscreen.

The system has an optional cloud/network connectivity and can be connected to a local or external network job base for fully digital job scheduling. Remote system diagnostics and monitoring come as standard.

GM’s MultiLayer unit is compatible with all GM DC350 modular finishers. The compact but advanced unit can be installed in a day or ordered with a new machine.

The GM Peel and Reveal MultiLayer Unit:

 

Client example of multi-layer labels:

 

Technical Specifications
Specifications Metric  
Web width 350mm  
Speed Up to 72 m/min  
Verified Substrates 30 - 60 µm PP on a silicone liner  
Power / Air 3x400V+N+PE, 6A, 6 bar  
Dimensions (WxHxD) 200 x 280 x 900 mm  
Weight 60 kg  


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