The machine consists of several modules which can be combined freely: feeder, intermediate buffer, pre-registration, printing station, transfer module, extendable with a control station. All modules are equipped with a synchronised transport system which carries the glass plate through the different machine elements.A machine convincing by its speed, precision and easy handling.
ATMATIC 60 PD
Digital precision screen printing machine for small format glass printing with material sup-ply and unloading as well as automatic registration. All printing details are digitally settable.
A fully automatic, digital squeeger grinder. Once setted, all operations are carried out automatically. Very easy handling and perfect grinding results.
Automatic screen cleaning system ESC-PERFECTA® IC InLine
A traversing construction in technical perfection and a length of 2500 mm for screen washing and reclaiming. Compact, speedy, economical - these are the main characteristics of this innovation. The InLine consists of sev-eral modules, which can be combined according to the customer’s needs. An important highlight is the optimised module length and width of only 500 mm. The InLine offers the possibility to connect several modules for inserting, washing, dripping, rinsing, reclaiming and finish. If many screens have to be cleaned the system can be enlarged to an all-automatic system by adding an automatic screen insertion and removing (ROBOT) installation. Contrary to other systems the InLine shows a radically abbreviated process-ing time as well as a significant saving of chemicals, solvents and water. Reduced service expenses are another convincing reason for purchasing the ESC-PERFECTA® IC InLine. This means minimised costs but a versatile performance spectrum.
The glasstec 2006 visitors are invited to see these machines at booth 12A74.
ESC EUROPA-SIEBDRUCKMASCHINEN-CENTRUM GMBH & CO. KG
postcode/place: D-32108 Bad Salzuflen
street: Heldmanstr. 30
P.O. box/postcode: 36 49/ 32080
phone: (+49)52 22 - 8 09-0
fax: (+49)52 22 - 8 10 70
responsible: Marcus Borghoff