Bell-Mark Introduces the FlexPrint Mini In-Line Flexographic Printer

printer is the smallest in-line Flexographic printer available to Medical Device & Pharmaceutical packagers

Pine Brook, NJ - Bell-Mark Corporation introduces the latest addition to its FlexPrint series of in-line Flexographic printers, the FlexPrint mini.

The new FlexPrint mini is designed to operate just like the companys Servo FlexPrint line, and is about half the size and weight. The FlexPrint mini will have an 11.5" x 11.5" footprint, and weigh approximately 200 lbs.

Like other models in the FlexPrint line, the FlexPrint mini is available with up to 600mm width and can print up to 50 cycles per minute. Other features of the FlexPrint mini, include odorless amonia free inks, a self contained inking system for simplified operation, and a Teflon® coated ink tray for fast, easy ink changover.

"The new FlexPrint mini utilizes minimum space on the Packaging machine, which will leave much more room for robotic loading equipment and other machinery." says Bob Batesko, Bell-Mark's Director of Sales. He added, "The FlexPrint mini, while reducing the overall footprint for the customers packaging line, still provides the same functionality, features and benefits of the other FlexPrint's that we manufacture."

The FlexPrint mini will be introduced for the first time to the public at the 2006 EastPack tradeshow in New York City.

For further information contact:
Bell-Mark Sales department
Tel : 973-882-0202 x5
Fax : 973-808-4616

About Bell-Mark
Bell-Mark is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of innovative in-line coding and printing machinery. For over 45 years, Bell-Mark has been designing solutions for package printing applications in the meat, medical device, pharmaceutical, prepared foods, bakery, dairy and poultry packaging industries. Bell-Mark offers many in-line printing technologies including thermal transfer, flexographic, reciprocating ink coders, and inkjet, all of which satisfy requirements to print bar codes, lot/exp codes, date codes, graphics and variable data directly onto packaging substrates.

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