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Popular Configurations for Flexo Label Printers

Longlife Lamella

The original and best; the Longlife has a non-ceramic micro coating that’s hard wearing but won't damage your Anilox.

Thickness (mm) Tip
(mm)
Width (mm)
0.150 0.070-0.125 10-80
0.200 0.080-0.125 10-80
0.250 0.080-0.150 10-80
0.300 0.100-0.150 10-80
  • Perfect for water-based inks
  • Low friction coating extends blade life
  • Choose between our Lamella or One Step tip if you need to combat UV ink spitting
  • Up to 5 times longer lifetime compared to standard blades
Longlife Coated Doctor Blades
Bluestar Doctor Blades

Bluestar

Heat-treated blue carbon steel and a 3° bevel give the Bluestar durability, stability and a clean, crisp wipe.

Thickness (mm) Tip
(mm)
Width (mm)
0.150 0.060 20-80
0.200 0.060 20-80
0.250 0.060 20-80
  • The tip design promotes stiffness whilst retaining a small contact area
  • Helps resolve UV ink spitting
  • Great for short-run Flexo HD
  • Low cost

Standard Lamella

Our Standard lamella Doctor Blade is produced from heat treated, high-grade carbon steel.

Thickness (mm) Tip
(mm)
Width (mm)
0.150 0.060-0.125 10-80
0.200 0.060-0.125 10-80
0.250 0.075-0.150 10-80
0.300 0.100-0.150 10-80
0.400 0.150-0.250 10-80
  • Specially polished to guarantee smooth and sharp doctoring
  • High quality European steel
  • Available with our patented One Step tip that reduces or eliminates UV spitting.
Standard Doctor Blades
Soft Coated Doctor Blades

Soft

Our Soft coated blades are great for both doctoring or as a retaining blade paired with Longlife or Standard blades.

Thickness (mm) Tip
(mm)
Width (mm)
0.150 0.065-0.125 10-80
0.200 0.070-0.125 10-80
0.250 0.080-0.150 10-80
0.300 0.100-0.150 10-80
  • High-grade carbon steel with a corrosion resistant coating
  • The softer gentler point of contact results in a significant reduction in score lines
  • Beneficial to use with high pH water-based inks, coatings, lacquers and protect the contact zone from oxidation
  • Choose between our Lamella or One Step tip if you need to combat UV ink spitting