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Servo Technologies' SV Dual Re-register System

Compact design, innovative features, outstanding performance and ease of operation are just a few hallmarks of the SV Dual Re-register System…

Simply explained, the SV Dual gives you the power to run two (2) pre-printed webs with one operating system controlling two (2) registering units. Each registering unit is individually controllable. The result? This type of precise management allows for significantly faster two web registration (make-ready).

The SV Dual permits two (2) pre-printed webs to be registered together with the accuracy of .0015” (1.5 mils) operating at full production speed. The SV Dual may be used offline.

Typical offline applications may include:

  • die cutting
  • label finishing
  • punching
  • folding
  • sheeting

When the SV Dual is mounted onto a rotary press, up to three (3) webs can be registered together (joined) at the same time. The two pre-printed webs and the third web (bottom ply) being printed. Manufacturing peel & read products, introduction of holograms and game pieces are just a few the many possibilities.

Split Re-register Configurations

A Stacked SV System can be split simply by removing the “joining” bracket. Separating the stacked version permits the user to position register units at different infeed points (various angles to the main machine).

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Split Re-register & Outfeed

With this configuration the user may use one register unit as a re-register system the second as the outfeed unit. In this configuration, if the pre-print web is printed excessively long (out of specifications), an SV operating in the “re-register mode” will over-feed the material in to the press. When over-feeding occurs, web tension will be lost, producing a slack web. Conventional press outfeed units are not equipped to correct for this condition. SV “outfeed mode” prevents this from occurring.

Regardless of the configuration used the register heads maybe return to the stacked configuration.

Additional information on the “operating modes” can be found here.