Tecnau Experience Center Now Open in New US Headquarters
Tecnau is pleased to announce the opening of the Tecnau Experience Center (TEC) at its new U.S. headquarters in North Andover, Massachusetts, outside of Boston.
The 3,000-plus-square-foot TEC contains Tecnau’s leading feeding and finishing solutions for high-speed digital presses, both continuous web and sheet-fed. Equipment lines ready for live or virtual demonstrations include:
- Revolution 50 Stack 5251L: Revolution 50 is Tecnau’s latest generation finishing platform, offering speeds up to 590 fpm and above, paper weight compatibility from 40-300 gsm (or higher), and IoT connection for increased uptime. Stack 5251L cut/stack system stacks sheeted output up to 30” long.
- Stack 2320 with TC 1550 HS dynamic perforator: Tecnau’s prior generation cut/stack line is paired with a TC 1550 HS featuring bi-directional dynamic perforating and scoring.
- CutReady: Tecnau CutReady is an economical cut and shingling conveyor line for cost-effective production of postcards and other commercial print/direct mail applications from a roll. CutReady further demonstrates Tecnau’s commitment to providing customers more than a “one size fits all” continuous cutting line.
- Stack 1212: Aimed at a B2 sheetfed environment, Stack 1212 cuts and stacks B2/B2+ sheets down to finished sizes as small as 4” x 5”.
Further enhancements coming soon to the demo center include inline buckle folding, along with Tecnau’s latest generation unwind/rewind line, the Revolution 50 roll-to-roll.
Per Pete Dolfis, vice president of Americas sales, “Tecnau is excited to make it easy to see our top products in action. The opening of this facility signifies our commitment to continuing development of advanced finishing solutions, empowering our customers to best leverage their investment in the latest digital presses. We look forward to welcoming customers, prospects and partners to the TEC.”
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