Finishing - Conventional
Offering numerous opportunities to add value in creating eye-catching looks on numerous printed products, the PrimeLink system from Xerox opens new opportunities for printers at an unmatched price point. Get fancy! PRINTING United Booth 12345, 12541.
The new DC-618 slitter/cutter/creaser offers significant enhancements over its predecessor DC-616 Pro. It will be showcased at PRINTING United in Dallas.
Heidelberg's Digimatrix 60 FC diecutter/hot-foiler and the Diana Go 85 folder/gluer will be showcased at PRINTING United, which will help Heidelberg expand into new markets and empower current customers. Both devices are aimed at short run, digital packaging solutions.
As digital printing soars in popularity, so too does the need for high-end and specialty finishing equipment to make the printed pieces stand out.
Demonstrating a wide range of finishing technologies for the commercial sector, Muller Martini’s booth at PRINTING United will be solutions-focused — offering technologies that ease workflow and eliminate finishing makeready. PRINTING United Booth 10543.
Offering the capability for six slits, 30 cuts and 20 creases in a single pass, the innovative DC-618 from Duplo offers options that expand beyond print-on-paper. The new system can handle up to 23 sheets per minute and includes EFI Fiery integration. PRINTING United Booth 8408.
The German antitrust authority struck down a proposed deal that would have had Heidelberg taking over MBO Group.
Thomas Krischke replaces former president and CEO Werner Naegeli, who has been with the company for almost 30 years. Krischke joined Muller Martini in 2017, after serving more than 20 years in the industry, including at Kodak and Heidelberg in Germany.
Many printing businesses that have mastered short-run production with digital presses still struggle with short-run finishing. With the solutions it will promote at PRINTING United, Highcon offers printers a better way.
Sending numbering, perforating and scoring jobs to an outside service provider can create a lot of uncertainty. To put an end to this inconsistency and bring work back in-house, San Bernardino Community College District installed a new device and hasn’t looked back since.