Roswell Bookbinding Adds Kluge EHG Foil Stamping, Embossing, Diecutting Press
ST. CROIX FALLS, Wis. — October 27, 2016 — Roswell Bookbinding, based in Phoenix, has added a new Kluge EHG foil stamping, embossing and diecutting press. Building on Kluge's long history of quality, durability, and strength; the EHG is a popular choice for Kluge users that want to upgrade to a larger size press with the added convenience, time and cost savings of an electronic foil control system and the adjustable impression feature. Made in the USA and designed to accommodate an image area of up to 22×30" at speeds of 1,700 iph, the EHG Series Half-Sheet Press is suitable for stock ranging from onion skin to paperboard. Delivering an impressive new capacity to Roswell's capability.
Founded in 1960 by Mark and Iris Roswell with the original focus on Library Binding, Roswell Bookbinding added Edition Binding in the late 1960s and the family-owned business has grown steadily over the past 56 years. Today, Roswell is proud to offer a large variety of skillfully-crafted bookbinding solutions.
"The KLUGE EHG, with its oversize capabilities, enhances Roswell's reputation of being the primary source for producing high-quality, large format and oversized books on a coast-to-coast basis," says Michael Roswell, president, Roswell Bookbinding.
About Brandtjen & Kluge
Adding value since 1919, Brandtjen & Kluge is a fourth-generation family owned manufacturer of specialty print finishing and converting equipment. For over 90 years the brand name "Kluge" has represented innovation, technical leadership, productivity and rugged durability to companies worldwide. Headquartered in St. Croix Falls, Wis., USA, Brandtjen and Kluge has a fully integrated manufacturing facility and markets equipment through a direct sales force in the United States and Canada and has a well-established network of industry-qualified distributors to provide global coverage.
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