Technological excellence will take centre stage at the System Ceramics Open House in Fiorano Modenese from 23 September to 4 October 2019.
The new line, complete with Creadigit BS digital printers, will begin operation by October in the new Marco Polo factory in Jiangxi.
The Multiflex packaging process of System Ceramics represents a state-of-the-art technology that can assure high-performing operations, flexibility and customization.
From incoming raw materials to the compilation of a finished product picking list, the Prime software platform developed by System Ceramics allows for complete digitalisation of ceramic manufacturing.
The Creadigit - the single-pass drop-on-demand digital inkjet printer from System Ceramics - has established itself as a standard. Its electronics allow for high-speed printing and can create images of any kind with designs up to 200 square metres in size, making each surface truly unique.
The first TEM 2019 will be held on April 30th at the new state-of-the-art headquarters of System Iran.
The Lamgea mouldless press technology for the production of large ceramic tiles and slabs is extremely uniform, meaning that fired products have constant density and a high degree of homogeneity after firing to create the so-called “book match” effect.
The operation announced on 31 July last year was concluded on 14 January. Coesia has acquired 60% of System’s ceramics business through the new company System Ceramics.
Amongst the flagship machinery manufactured by System Ceramics are the quality control and packaging automations, such as Qualitron XXL and Multiflex.
The equipment supplied by System for the factory in Onda includes a number of Creadigit units for single-pass inkjet printing.
Installed in the factory in Sadat City, Cairo, the Creadigit XXL HS printer creates sophisticated graphic effects on products produced by Gemma.
Packaging line with a high level of cardboard savings, ideal for sizes up to 120x180 cm.