Virgo VRG14PL 140mm Desktop Label Digital Finishing System
Virgo is a compact desktop finishing system that unwinds, laminates labels for durability, digitally die cuts, removes excess label material around each die-cut shape, slit, and rewinds offering you everything to professionally cut and finish labels.
The system provides a very accurate label finishing solution using cutting plotter technology with reduced dimensions. This allows you to cut different types of materials and shapes on the fly without the added cost of dies.
The unit is also equipped with a cutter management tool that works in tandem with a camera forming an integrated optical black-mark registration system providing cutting speed optimisation and avoiding synchronisation issues.
The Virgo’s core features offer the user full flexibility, limitless variations in label design with a smooth workflow. The Virgo digital label finisher is truly the perfect ondemand short run label finishing solution for those using a digital color label printers and presses.
- Virgo software works together with a camera forming an integrated optical black-mark registration system.
- With this software, the operator can import the cutting files created with CorelDraw which is also used to create the black marker.
- The Virgo is equipped with a camera used to detect the black-mark printed on the media. This camera assist the software in detecting the black-mark created inside the cutting file.
- This process tells the plotter when and where to start cutting the media.
Input / Output Roll Diameter 200mm (7.87”)
Minimum Web Width 100mm (3.94”)
Maximum Web Width 140mm (5.51”)
Maximum Cutting Width 122mm (4.80”)
Minimum Slitting Width 19mm (0.75”)
Minimum Label Length 10mm (0.39”)
Maximum Label Length 200mm (7.87”)
Lamination Module YES
Number of Slitting Blades up to 6
Maximum Media Thickness 0.25mm (10 mil)
Maximum Cutting Speed 600mm/s (24 in/s) in all directions
Roll Core Size 76mm (3”)
Agency Certifications CE, FCC, RoHS
Warranty One Year Parts and Labor
Usage Limitation may apply
The machine is connected to a computer using a USB cable; its dedicate software must be installed on a PC running on Windows 8 up;
those using exclusively Mac technology may install ‘Parallel’ compatibility software or opt to purchase a small notebook.
The software manages the file in Adobe Illustrator format created both by Mac and PC; it can also manage files created in CorelDraw.
The cut outline must be saved together with the black marks, whereas the rest of the graphic may stay on non-visible levels.