Finishing - Digital
Rotoflex has announced the launch of two digital finishers, the DF1 and VTI Series. While both machines offer high-speed operation at low costs, they were developed to serve different converter needs.
Karlville has announced the launch of a new laminator that combines both thermal and solventless adhesive lamination technologies. Combining these two technologies empowers all types of converters, big and small, to innovate and expand flexible packaging businesses into digital and short runs.
Since installing Zünd digital cutting technology, Colbert Packaging has experienced several advantages, including increased efficiency, leading to time and money savings. Colbert Packaging's Darrick Gordon and Wanda Speer recently joined Packaging Impressions Editor-in-Chief Cory Francer to share their experiences.
The upgraded version of the TRESU iCoat II is optimized for coating applications in short-run digital print jobs requiring fast job changes. It is capable of speeds up to 6,000 sheets/hour, while accommodating paper sizes up to B2.
GM has launched the new LC350 Compact Laser Finishing unit, designed for digital label manufacturing. Through the use of laser cutting technology, traditional diecutting processes can be replaced, and tooling costs can be eliminated.
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.