ITW Foils

Featured Products - June 2013
June 1, 2013

Featured Products for the flexographic, narrow-web and package printing industries, including Crown Roll Leaf, Schober USA, UEI Group, UniSphere, ITW Foils,Kocher-Beck, MK Masterwork USA, Heidelberg and KURZ.

Maximize Packaging Shelf Appeal and ROI with Designed to Shine: A Comprehensive Guide to Metallic Effects
March 8, 2013

Brought to you by ITW Foils, the leader in high performance foils, films and laminates. Brand-Owners, designers and printers will all benefit from this how-to manual for value-added print with production tips, marketing rationale and data, product swatches, checklists and an inspiration gallery utilizing the entire range of metallic differentiation:

- Hot foils
- Cold foils
- Custom-registered Holographic Substrates
- Holographic UV Casting
- Foil Laminate Substrates
- Transfer Metallized Substrates
- Coatings
- Sustainability

ITW Foils’ Parent Company Named Top 25 Socially Responsible
August 1, 2012

Illinois Tool Works has been named a Top 25 Socially Responsible Dividend Stock by Dividend Channel as reported in Forbes magazine, for being a socially responsible investment, through analysis of social and environmental criteria.

ITW Foils Forms Agreement with Telstar Engineering
July 11, 2008

NEWBURYPORT, Mass.—ITW Foils has reached an agreement to transition the production, assembly, sales, and after sales support of its IKELA hot stamping units to Telstar Engineering. The IKELA rotary hot stamping unit provides converters with the capability to hot foil stamp in-line with their current equipment. Rather than buying a separate off-line press, converters can use hot foil stamping in-line in combination with flexography, rotary screen printing, rotary letterpress, and other technologies in a variety of combinations. The hot stamp unit production will move from the IKELA facility in Sarasota, Fla. to the Telstar facility in Burnsville, Minn. ITW will continue to produce IKELA

Prime Time for Packaging
November 1, 2007

During the last few months, packagePRINTING has explored various finishing effects converters can employ to give their customers’ packages the necessary zing to draw and hold the attention of consumers as they walk down the aisles. The holidays are approaching fast, and not only are consumers shopping for good old Aunt Joan, but if the packaging does a good enough job, they may pick out something for themselves. And it’s not only textiles, electronics, or toys—many people enjoy foil-wrapped candies around the holidays. How will consumers find them if they don’t jump out at them from the jam-packed shelves? Stamping/embossing avenue Like anything else,