Rollem International Announces Packaging and Finishing Event to be Held in California
ANAHEIM, Calif. — May 8, 2017 — Your customers are demanding more customization and embellishments on their print. Give them what they want. Check out diecutting, embossing and kiss-cutting at Rollem’s California Packaging and Finishing Open House Event. Can’t make it to Chicago for PRINT ’17? This event will preview many of the finishing system featured at the Print Show. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6 & 7th at Rollem's Anaheim, Calif., headquarters, 1650 S. Lewis St., Anaheim CA. Guests should RSVP to www.rollemusa.com/openhouse or call (800) 272-4381 ext.11
Add Shape and Profits to Your Business with Insignia 6 Digital Diecutter.
The IS6 is the perfect choice for printers and finishers seeking entry into the growing markets of packaging and labels. With a 20x20" sheet capacity, it’s ideal for converting digital sheets into highly desired customized products. Flat sheet in - finished products out! Stop sending out jobs on popular products such as photo products, tags, tickets, folded cartons, door hangers, rounded business cards, and labels. Create stand-out direct mail products by adding interesting shapes to mailers. The 20x20” sheet size offers great flexibility as sheets can feed either landscape or portrait, allowing designers to maximize sheet impositions. Short-to-long run capacity, its ease of operation and changeovers, along with a surprisingly economical price point make the IS6 a smart investment with a fast ROI!
“Many of my customers are extremely pleased with their Insignia diecutter as they now have the ability to process jobs in-house which they never could handle previously. Additionally, they’ve been able to expand their products offerings with the many embellishments this model offers.” States Doug Sherwood, Rollem’s Sales Manager.
West Coast Preview of the Insignia 7 Large-format Diecutter with In-line BR Moll Versa Folder/Gluer System.
Today's top printers have recognized the need to stand out from their competition by offering unique embellishments, shapes, textures and finishes - Insignia gives your business the advantage! The IS7 handles B2 sheets up to 30x24. It's the ideal packaging solution for output from large format digital or offset presses with the ability to produce one-off items to hundreds of thousands. Diecut, kiss cut, cut-score and emboss, a virtually unlimited number of products including folding cartons, identity cards, retail tags and more. The IS7 is ideal for larger format presses including the HP Indigo 10000 series press. The featured demonstration will show a 9x12” presentation folder diecut, kiss cut, glued and folded in line at speeds up to 3,000 sph. Folded and glued box production with zero touch points!
Jetstream XY Sheetfed Slitter
Is there a bottleneck in your bindery? Are your labor costs exploding? We have solutions. Since 1963, Rollem's finishing solutions have increased efficiency and improved the bottom line for thousands of printers! Doug Sherwood indicates, “If you’re a printer looking to automate finishing processes, the Jetstream is the answer. I frequently hear from clients, products that previously took 3 to 4 steps to complete now can be done in one step with one operator.”
Streamline finishing by converting sheets into finished products in one pass, at high speed, with only one operator -lowering labor costs and improving quality.
Jetstream is the most accurate, fast and cost effective method for finishing of high value products. At this event, we’ll share the many ways the country’s top PSP’s and Web-to-Print companies use the Jetstream. Whether it’s maximizing business card slitting or direct mail finishing with in-line glue and folding, the Jetstream gets it done in record time with the highest cut and score quality available.
Companies are invited to attend this event on either June 6th or June 7th and are requested to RSVP at www.rollemusa.com/openhouse or by calling (800) 272-4381 ext. 11.
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