Steinemann Announces Dmax 76 Digital UV Varnishing Machine


The dmax 76 digital UV varnishing machine is a narrower version for spot varnishing on paper and board sheets in sizes of up to 760 x 760mm. The dmax family is rounded off by an entry-level model, the dmax 76c, for the same sheet format.

As a partner of Heidelberg, Steinemann will give live demonstrations on a dmax 106 in Hall 1 at drupa 2016 (31 May – 10 June, Messe Düsseldorf).

All three dmax systems offer a resolution of 600 dpi and achieve an output of up to 10000 sheets per hour. In this context, maximum availability is guaranteed by their low-maintenance, dependable design, which is based on Steinemann’s decades of experience in the construction of industrial printing machines. All models permit varnish application rates of four to 50g/sqm, or optionally even up to 100g/sqm, while at the same time offering uniquely high varnishing quality.

The dmax 106 is the top-of-the-range model for sheet formats up to 1080 x 780mm. The dmax 76 for narrower sheet formats can be expanded into multifunctional finishing systems by adding numerous options covering very different demands on UV varnishing, including a module for printing barcodes, for example. The dmax 76c was designed as a highly efficient system for users wanting to step into the world of digital UV varnishing.

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