Fespa 2017 proved very successful for Aristo and Celmac, with considerable interest in the established German made Aristo range of digital tables. Highlighting the week was the purchase by Cactus Imaging on an Aristomat LFC 5232 Conveyor Table.

Cactus being a significant printer across the Wide Format Print market for the past 20+ years, has been the industry leader in adoption of new technologies.

Founding partner Keith Ferrel said “this was an important purchase for the business, given their considerable growth, especially in Textile output”.

This format  created the need to match printing speeds (matching 5m wide cutting to their significant 5m wide printing capabilities) with finishing solutions and remove a serious bottleneck in production.

After visiting the Aristo manufacturing site in Hamburg and meeting with co-owner Michael Hock, Ferrel said “We have reviewed the options available and after undertaking the testing of different products, the Aristo ticks all our boxes. Its robust construction will withstand the pressures of high volume cutting/finishing within their operations”. The table has been fully specified to enable all forms of cutting from sheets to roll stocks."
Celmac CEO Wayne McIntyre said "After showing the Aristo range at PacPrint 2013 for the first time and again at Printex 2015, they would again be featuring an Aristomat GL2032 at PacPrint 2017 next week in Melbourne and demonstrating the wide range of options available with Aristo.

Celmac Wayne and Keith Ferrel
From left to right: Wayne McIntyre (Celmac), Keith Ferrel (Cactus), Michael Hock (Aristo)





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