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Sun Automation Launches New Print Unit for Inside Printing of Corrugated Box

Corrugated packaging solutions provider Sun Automation Group has introduced new print unit for inside printing of the corrugated box.

The new Sun spectrum print unit is said to enable customers to single pass print on both sides of a corrugated box.

The inside printing permits for custom messaging and branding on the inside of the box, which can be used to leverage additional advertising space or other messaging.

Sun spectrum print unit, which can be retrofitted seamlessly to nearly any machine, features servo controls that help to incorporate the solution with maximum productivity.

The unit is also installed with Harmonic drive digital register, which offers maintenance-free operation and registration adjustments within .001.

With standard permits and permits accurate sheet control, SunTrac vacuum transfer system helps in more productivity and optimal production speeds.

The system can be installed with an interstation drying unit, which enables fast drying.

Sun Automation vice president Chris Kyger said: “We are thrilled to offer the Sun Spectrum Print Unit for Inside Printing to our customers.

“We believe this technology is a great way for our customers to have a distinct advantage over their competition and offer additional opportunities for marketing and promotional messaging to brands looking for an edge.”

Sun Automation is involved in the manufacture and marketing of corrugated box equipment.

The company produces print stations, feeders, vacuum transfer retrofits for corrugated finishing machines, die cut accuracy systems, computer control systems for finishing machines, and harmonic registers.

The firm also manufactures inking systems, folder barrier systems, sheet cleaners, and print prep units.

Sun625 rotary die cutter can be used in multiple market segments ranging from high-throughput volume driven applications to the high-graphics container and display segments.

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