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Contents September 2017 Cover Story 8 INSIDE THIS MONTH  An overview of Digital Print for Packaging 2017


 How inspection solutions impact on Industry 4.0 lines  Q&A with the co-founder of InPrint  Raising the print finishing game with foiling


 PPMA Show 2017 Preview  Security labelling solutions


Spoolex’s four worldwide brands — Calemard Converting Equipment Division, RSPI Robot System and Automation Division, Roll Concept Industrial Rollers Division and Decoup+, and Ultrasonic Cutting and Welding Division — offer equipment and accessories to efficiently convert materials. A leading position naturally drives the company to business sectors where slitting quality, tight-tolerance and compliance demands for highly regulated sensitive products are necessary.


5 News The latest from across the industry


10 PPMA 2017 Preview Information on the upcoming PPMA Show 2017, including the


Learning Hub line-up


24 Film & Foil Lower energy consumption with a new cooling process from Windmöller & Hölscher


30 Machine Vision & Web


12 InPrint Show Preview A Q&A with the co-founder of InPrint, Marcus Timson


14 Slitting & Rewinding Achenbach reveals the success of its Optifoil brand


Inspection An all-in-one Quality Control Platform increases efficiency


34 Web Tension &


Guiding The latest unwind tension controller utilising load cell feedback


Features coming up in the October issue of Converter:


Drying, Curing & UV Flexible Packaging Sustainable Converting Ink & Ink Dispensers Reel & Roll Handling New Feature: Shrink Sleeve Solutions


18 Labelling Solutions Head turning packaging created by injection moulding


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