Autajon, a family owned label converting business based in Motelimar, France has invested in a Lemorau CRL 330 machine to expand its portfolio of finishing equipment.

The company started in 1964 in the French Drôme region is today a prestigious group of international reach with its expansion throughout Europe, USA and China. Its label and packaging production is highly diversified, however, the company focuses on pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food, and wine labeling markets.

Autajon has invested in a Lemorau CRL, a finishing machine that can be used in-line with a semi-rotary or flatbed printing machine. The web travels through a buffer box with electronic sensors that allows a perfect synchronization between both machines

‘The CRL works really well, we are very happy with it. We also bought the machine because of the trust we have in Lemorau,’ commented Dani Matin, R&D at Autajon.

The machine features an electronic counter for labels, meterage or rollers, two interchangeable pneumatic rewinders, paper break and waste detection, air trim removal, vacuum table, buffer box with electronic sensors, label rewinding inside and out, automatic tension control system and memory for 250 jobs that facilitate future repetitions.

Autajon’s CRL was also equipped with the optional clear on clear sensor, razor slitting knife unit, additional mandrels in customized sizes, Quick Remote Connection module and right to left configuration.