Smart Line - Digital Workflow – the concept to process digital printed rolls
Smartline Sync Recorder
Generate Reel Syncfile
- Splice Management
- Inspection Syncronisation
- Waste Management
- Independent System
- No interface to planning
Smartline Sync Editor
Interface to QA System
- Open interface to QA System
- Independent inspection supported
- Editing the Smartline SyncFile
- Waste Management
- Automated Control
- Doctoring Control
- Modify after Doctoring
- Sync to the real linear meters
Order change management
- Corrugator Workflow
- Multilane Multijob
- Single sheet waste removal
- Maximum performance & reliability
- Ability to run analog print
Digitally produced print has a number of advantages compared to traditional printing processes. One of the most important benefits is the fact that it is now possible to produce short runs in a highly efficient way. To increase the efficiency even further, multiple different print jobs can be combined on a single roll. Jobs can be placed one after the other or different jobs next to each other or in a combination of both.
Converting processes occurring further downstream in the production process are often not prepared for the quick order change and require additional automated process control systems in order to be able to also participate in the advantages of digital print.
This task is handled by our DigiPrintWorkflow “SmartLine”. The system recognizes the following events reliably and accurately up to the maximum speed of the machine.
DigiPrint Workflow “SmartLine” MAXIMUM SPEED OF YOUR MACHINE
ORDER CHANGE - ROLL CHANGE
WASTE (START & END)
AREAS WITHOUT PRINT
Simple, reliable, robust and universally implemented
These events and the resulting actions are communicated via standardized interfaces to the production processes and trigger the required actions. DigiPrintWorkflow is available in different configurations.
It’s completely independent principle of operation, which does not require any additional data from the production.
The system is simple, reliable, robust and universally implemented. The concept was developed for the general use with digital printing presses and can be implemented independently to equipment manufacturers.