Kama launches AutoBraille inline embossing system

German press manufacturer KAMAintroduced AutoBraille, an inline embossing system for the FF 52i fully automatic folder-gluer.

According to the company, AutoBraille is the only system on the market with a pair of embossing wheels that can be automatically adjusted across the full width of the press. This means that all embossing positions that are possible on the blank can be approached in a self-controlled manner: from the left to the right flap, without a second module, or reverse.

KAMA AutoBraille embosses up to five lines of standardised Braille and uses commercially available Braille tools. For the rare case that a box is to have two Braille embossings, the KAMA module offers a second pair of embossing wheels. The main pair of braille wheels moves fully automatically to the calculated position for the embossing field. The transport belts are also machine-controlled and guide the blank with high transport safety on both sides of the braille wheel. Following a double-sheet detector with ejection, the Braille dots are embossed and the Braille wheel is positioned for the next blank in milliseconds by a servo motor.

Steffen PieperKAMA Managing Director says, “We see applications in the manufacture of folding cartons for pharmaceuticals, healthcare and cosmetics products, as well as on-demand packaging and for web2pack customers, where short delivery times and short to medium runs are essential."

"Fully equipped with AutoBraille we now offer a complete solution for the production of folding cartons in the pharmaceutical industry" he adds.

Compared to Braille embossing in the die-cutter, the new inline solution delivers substantial savings in tooling costs and makeready time. A further advantage is the greater process reliability offered by Braille application on the individual blank at the end of the value-added chain.

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