KAMA to Debut New ProFold 74 Finishing Folder and Enhanced ‘Hybrid’ ProCut 74 Cutter
DRESDEN, GERMANY—April 3, 2008—KAMA GmbH will introduce a newly developed offline solution for digital print processing and finishing at the drupa 2008 trade fair May 29-June 11 in Düsseldorf, Germany. The future-oriented KAMA ProFold 74 finishing folder-gluer will have its world premier in Hall 3, Booth D 31.
Job printers, book binders and trade binderies will appreciate how quickly and simply the versatile KAMA ProFold 74 creates intricate cross folders, ticket pockets and mailing envelopes, CD cases and capacity folders. A unique tool mounting grid (patent pending) enables tools to be rapidly positioned in any desired order, ensuring short set-up times and quick changeovers from one job to the next.
“With its line of flexible, adaptable finishing equipment, KAMA is committed to developing new tools and options designed to support businesses over the long term, helping them evolve and grow in line with a constantly changing market,” says KAMA CEO Marcus Tralau.
The company also will showcase the KAMA ProCut 74 automatic finishing die cutter, enhanced with new suction feed board and electronic cutting force adjustment. This “hybrid” die cutter is ideally suited for high-quality die cutting, creasing, kiss-cutting and cold embossing as well as for hot foil stamping, combined cold embossing and hot foil stamping, hologram stamping and hot cutting. With its short set-up times, the multi-tasking ProCut 74 can change from one function to another several times a day, making the processing and finishing of even small runs profitable. A new quick change system option ensures even faster job changes when carrying out hot foil stamping. The company will demonstrate a range of creative, high-quality applications of the KAMA ProCut 74 during the show.
KAMA GmbH develops and manufactures multifunctional machines for print processing and finishing for the global markets. KAMA also produces coated rollers, shafts and custom-made components. Founded in 1894 as the Sächsische Cartonagen-Maschinen-Actiengesellschaft (SCAMAG), the Dresden-based company has made a name for itself in the industry through its numerous innovations and patents.