Brandtjen & Kluge to Showcase Latest Finishing Technology
ST. CROIX FALLS, Wis. - August 20, 2018 - Brandtjen & Kluge, the recognized industry leader in digital print package converting solutions, is thrilled to be back in Chicago Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 for PRINT 18. At the event, Kluge experts will demonstrate high quality finishing equipment solutions showcasing new advancements in diecutting, foil stamping, digital foil transfer, and folding and gluing at Booth #1603 at McCormick Place.
Successfully launched at PRINT 17, the ApexFoil will be back in Chicago at PRINT 18.
The key properties of foil stamping are simple to identify: time, temperature and tonnage. Until now, although simple to identify, those properties have been difficult to measure and control. Now, operators can use the ApexFoil's compass control system that includes patented features to control the "3-Ts" time, temperature and tonnage. Compass allows operators to greatly reduce, and in some cases, eliminate makeready on every job.
Leveraging the benefits of the digital print workflow, the DIGITAL METAL process allows digital transfer of foil onto paper and cardboard substrates. At the heart of the process is the DM-Liner, a digital foiling device that precisely completes the foil transfer, optimizes foil usage and manages inventory intelligently. The DIGITAL METAL process is highly effective in producing decorative effects for labels, brochures, invitations, magazines, packaging, photo cards, calendars, and more.
The Kluge OmniFold 3000 Automatic Folding and Gluing System is a fully modular converting system designed to fulfill today's need and grow with future demands of the commercial printer and packaging manufacturer. Built to maximize converting capabilities while minimizing set-up time, the OmniFold includes features that bring productivity and reliability to a new level of expectations. These advancements are met with the quality you expect from Brandtjen & Kluge.
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