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Hapa Heads to Munich with the Universal LP
At InPrint Munich, running from 10 – 12 November, Hapa, at stand D61 in hall A6 of the Muich Trade Fair Centre will feature Hapa’s Universal Label Printer.
Universal Label Printer (Universal LP)
The Universal LP, the fully digital, UV DOD piezo inkjet system for high-precision inset printing, is ideal for the CMYK, or spot-color, plus white printing on blank or preprinted roll-fed substrates, including transparent materials. The system prints web material up to 340 mm in one to six colors at a maximum speed of 54 meters per minute. Thanks to its adjustable web-tension control, printed materials leave the machine production ready. Its modular concept allows for the addition of components and options, accommodating needs-based upgrades. In addition, the Universal LP has a remarkably small footprint.
Customized inks by Hapa Ink
Hapa Ink develops and produces individual inks designed to exact client specifications for all foil substrates, plastic, glass, aluminum, or labeling material of any kind. Orders for any volume of ink, no matter how small are catered to. Hapa Ink products will be showcasing its top printing qualities on the Universal LP.
Hapa AG is a global leader in Late Stage Customization and On Demand Packaging print solutions for the pharmaceutical packaging industry, with growing presence in the medical, FMCG and food industries. Its mission is to empower customers to complement lean production with in-process printing solutions.
Since introducing its first printing machines in 1933, Hapa has championed innovative printing solutions that can easily be integrated into existing packaging processes.
Thanks to its more than 50 years as a partner to the pharmaceutical industry with its strict regulatory environment, Hapa possesses invaluable know-how that translates into highly relevant innovative solutions.
Hapa’s printing systems are developed and produced at its base near Zurich, Switzerland. Hapa also has presence in the USA, UK, Germany, India, Mexico, Brazil and Japan, employing some 170 people in all. There are more than 2,000 Hapa machines in service in more than 50 countries worldwide.