Finishing - Digital
The combination system features a feeder, die cutter, separator, and card stacker. It can die cut, kiss-cut, emboss/deboss, crease/score, perforate, slit, hole punch, and round corner in a single pass.
Since the inception of wide-format printing, much of the focus has been on the speeds and capabilities of the printing device. However, a view of the broader process — including cutting systems — helps shops understand their ability to convert a print into a product.
Canon inkjet customers will describe how they harnessed the capabilities of their inkjet presses.
Duplo will host an open house event in Chicago on August 19. Local print owners and production managers are invited to attend and see live demonstrations of trending commercial and packaging applications.
Duplo USA has introduced the new DocuCutter DPC-600 Digital Diecutter offering customers new opportunities to grow their business with its ability to process B2-size sheets and a wide range of substrates that includes chipboards and plastics.
As director of Purchasing, Mail and Printing Solutions at Franklin University, Bob Donahue gets a look at the work procured outside.
Digital printing has delivered profound changes to the commercial printing sector in how printing is specified, executed, and consumed. But the growth of short-run digital jobs can also create bottlenecks in the finishing process.
The extended relationship delivers a new “one-step” integration between EFI Fiery Impose software and the Duplo DC-618 Slitter/Cutter/Creaser to automate job preparation and finisher setup.
By adding digital embellishments like spot UV coating, lamination, and gold foil to its printed pieces, the University of Pittsburgh's award-winning Printing Services operation is creating products that stand out from the crowd. Watch this new video to see samples.
Printware has unveiled the iJetColor Pro 1175P, a collaboration with HP and the newest version of the iJetColor Pro series. It incorporates HP’s FI-1000 printhead to deliver PageWide thermal inkjet technology that is faster, wider, more durable, and more economical.