Rollem International Launches the InsigniaX3 Diecutter
ANAHEIM, Calif. - September 12, 2018 - Proudly manufactured in the U.S., Insignia has been widely adopted by commercial and package printers alike due to its ability to convert an extensive range of stocks extending beyond paper and card stock including PVC, PET, plastic, vinyl, adhesives and even lightweight aluminum.
The new InsigniaX3 model was designed to handle heavier stocks and diecut material up to 30 pt. thickness with ease. The 30 pt. capacity is ideal for popular ID cards, gift cards, school ID’s and membership cards. The ISX3 offers a flexible sheet sizes of 24x24” enabling maximum utilization of sheet imposition with the ability to feed sheets either portrait or landscape. With profitable functions including diecutting, kiss cutting, embossing, creasing and perforating in a single pass, the Insignia delivers a speedy ROI coupled with quick set-ups and easy change-overs utilizing flexible dies.
It’s ideal for digital printers offering customized products such as folded cartons for cosmetics, soaps, craft boxes, beverage labels, and retail hang tags, card carriers, industrial components, promotional products and much more. The InsigniaX3 is the newest model to join the IS5 (20x15”), the IS6, (20x20”) and the IS7 (30x24”) sizes.
The Insignia diecutter offers a wealth of value added processes in an economical, easy to use machine, designed and manufactured in the U.S.A. “We’re seeing customers from a broad range of sectors including commercial, packaging, photographical and industrial companies. Some seeking to eliminate out-sourcing and others with legacy machinery who are looking for shorter run, easy to operate alternatives. The new ISX3 will greatly expand our base with its 30 pt. cutting capacity.” states Susan Corwin, Marketing Manager. Visit www.rollemusa.com for more information. Plan to see the Insignia X3 die cutter live at Print’ 18 in booth # 4237.
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