Finishing - Digital
Grafisk Maskinfabrik (GM) has announced the launch of its new DC350NANO Ultra Compact Label Converter. The new product provides an ultra compact, cost-effective unit for self-adhesive lamination, semi-rotary diecutting, and length slitting of label web widths up to 350mm.
ROTOCONTROL and Domino have partnered to offer an in-line hybrid solution featuring the ROTOCONTROL DT-340 digital label finishing device with an integrated Domino N610i.
In this webinar you will learn how leveraging digital print engines can help your business grow in new, untapped areas.
With a desire to expand beyond packaging prototypes and mockups, Virtual Packaging invested in a complete digital workflow, adding printing and finishing of short- to medium-run folding cartons.
The BoxMaker will be the first company in North America to install the Macarbox Digital Laser Cutting Machine. The machine provides a high-speed single-pass laser with new capabilities including fine shape cutouts, small openings and acute angles, precision perforation, sequential numbering, and etching.
After making a big splash at drupa 2016, Highcon is poised to expand its footprint in both the corrugated and folding carton segments. Shlomo Nimrodi, Highcon CEO, spoke with Packaging Impressions about the company's plans for drupa 2020.
Highcon will be showcasing its latest innovations in digital finishing for the folding carton and corrugated segments at drupa 2020. Both the Euclid and Beam product platforms have been enhanced, and the Euclid 5 and Beam 2 will be highlighted throughout the event.
After first investing in digital printing with a Komori Impremia IS29 digital press, Color Ink, a producer of point-of-sales displays and premium packaging, has added a Highcon Euclid III digital diecutting system.
The Duplo booth at the inaugural PRINTING United, held Oct. 23-25 in Dallas, featured a variety of product debuts, showcasing the company's latest innovations in finishing and embellishments. Take an up-close look at all of the exciting developments that Duplo had on display.