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Gallus has its new Gallus One inkjet press and the innovative Gallus Labelmaster 440 flexo press as the centre of the activities, which are part of the stand of its new owner, or new since the last drupa, Heidelberg.

The company is also detailing the Gallus’ Eco-system, based on the Heidelberg Prinect workflow, and embellishment by means of Screeny technology.

The Gallus One is equipped with a range of automation features, which Gallus says ensure the most competitive TCO while maintaining the highest print quality, consistency and reliability. Additionally, with the fully digital printing press,ease of operation is taken to a new level by including a newly developed automated print head cleaning method, eliminating the need for manual cleaning and extending the lifespan of the print heads.

The Gallus One is able to print at 70 metres a minute, even with high opacity white of up to 85 per cent. It has a printing width of 340mm, and is able to print on a wide variety of self adhesive materials like papers and plastics as well as unsupported materials.

From the Gallus stand Dierk Wissman, sales director, outlines the new developments to Print21 editor Wayne Robinson, and says why they will make a difference to print businesses in ANZ.

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