Diversified Graphic Machinery
This week Julie Greenbaum highlights major industry news from the 10th annual Dscoop event for HP digital print users which opened yesterday in Washington DC, with product announcements from HP and Dscoop Platinum sponsor Scodix. Other major announcements this week came from FLM Graphics, Paravista Inc., AmeriComm, Teagle & Little, Cimpress, Heidelberg, Metzgers Printing + Mailing, Apex Color, RYOBI MHI, Direct Edge Media, SG360°, and Diversified Graphic Machinery.
Enhancing its capabilities, SG360º has added a DGM Foildex system, a cold foil print enhancement technology.
At GRAPH EXPO 14, Sept. 28-Oct. 1, in Chicago, Diversified Graphic Machinery (DGM) will unveil its new compact designed Foildex "Plus" Cold Foil Indexing Application System and feature in-line Filmdex UV Cast and Cure technology in its Green Space booth 867.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ November 2013 edition, featuring Pitney Bowes, Scodix, Nekoosa Coated Products and MagnetNotes LLC, Diversified Graphic Machinery
At PRINT 13 in Chicago, Diversified Graphic Machinery demonstrated its DGM Foildex Cold Foil application system with Indexing and DGM Filmdex UV Cast and Cure system to a constant flow of booth visitors.
The Rohrer Corp. in Wadsworth, OH, has purchased two Foildex Cold Foil and Filmdex UV Cast and Cure systems from Diversified Graphic Machinery. The sale and purchase was announced jointly from the DGM exhibit at PRINT 13 by Michael DeBard, president of Diversified Graphic Machinery, and Scot Adkins, president and CEO of Rohrer Corp.
At PRINT 13, Diversified Graphic Machinery will demonstrate its exclusive Foildex Cold Foil technology with indexing, Filmdex Cast and Cure systems and its full range of print enhancement and cost reduction equipment.
Carlson Print Group in Minneapolis has added Foildex Cold Foil indexing technology, as well as a Filmdex, UV Cast and Cure technology on an eight-color, 40˝ manroland HiPrint press.
RESTON, VA—A number of attendees and exhibitors gave a thumbs up to the 2012 edition of Graph Expo, held in early October. Attendees were pleased with the variety of new equipment, applications, products and services, and also the expanded array of education and networking opportunities offered by this year’s 48 co-located industry events and new floor attractions.
There were only four offset presses actually running at GRAPH EXPO last month, but the leading vendors still had booths on the show floor. Video presentations, interactive displays, print samples, and standalone press consoles or press units were instead used to showcase new developments, enhanced maintenance offerings and press monitoring services.