Finishing - Diecutting
A few years ago, Ingersoll Paper Box Co Limited added a seven-color, 41˝ Koenig & Bauer Rapida 106 fully-automated printing press. Now, the company has added a high-speed Koenig & Bauer-Iberica Optima 106K diecutter, which was operational in January.
Colbert Packaging served as the beta site for the Brausse 1060ER with blanking technology, as the device made its debut in the U.S. Now, it has announced the installation of a second Brausse 1060ER diecutter in its Elkhart, Ind., facility.
For a year, Control Group did its due diligence reviewing a number of laser and flatbed finishing systems before purchasing the SEI Labelmaster. But there was one final test that was conducted at Labelexpo Americas.
SoOPAK has added a new MK Promatrix 106 CS diecutting and embossing system, which has led to increased output in the post-press department. SoOPAK specializes in short-run offset packaging and wanted to increase turnaround times for its varied customer base.
Rollem announced it will showcase the Insignia 6 at its booth during the 2018 SGIA Expo in Las Vegas. With a 20×20˝ sheet size, this device is built to convert a wide variety of products in the growing markets of tags, labels and packaging.
The formulation for RotoMetrics' RotoRepel Rx nonstick rotary die treatment has undergone a U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulatory compliance review, migration testing, and toxicological safety assessment. RotoRepel Rx is safe for intended use and is compliant with U.S. FDA food contact regulations.
Lithographic Industries, a Broadview, Ill.-based package printer known for its high-quality blister card printing in combination gang runs, has increased its throughput with the addition of a KBA-Iberica Optima 106 diecutter.
With Prisma Graphic's recent installation of the Promatrix 106 CSB from Heidelberg, the company now has the increased flexibility it needs to expand its capabilities and has positioned itself for future growth in the folding carton market.
Todd Westover has joined DCS USA as sales manager, the company has announced. Westover has more than 30 years of experience in multiple printing processes, including digital, offset and flexography, as well as specialty converting processes.