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  • Apex announces organizational change

    Apex announces organizational change

    April 9, 2015
    The name change comes in an effort to align its global operations under a single, unifying nomenclature.

  • Electro Optic US partners with Bunting

    January 24, 2014
    Bunting’s Mike Wilks (L) and Markus Marfurt of Electro Optic Electro Optic US and Bunting Magnetics Co. have formed a partnership to benefit not only both companies but the entire narrow web printing and converting industry. Henceforth, B…

  • Bunting discontinues flexible die product line

    May 14, 2013
    The company continues to provide its complete line of magnetic cylinders to the industry.

  • Bunting Magnetics responds to industry changes

    March 13, 2013
    Bunting Magnetics Co., a producer of magnetic products for the worldwide printing, automobile, plastics, food, and electronics industries, has announced changes in how it supplies flexible dies to label manufacturers. The changes are the result of ex…

  • Diecutting

    Diecutting

    Steve Katz || January 18, 2012
    The label industry’s changing demands have led to a paradigm shift within the sector.

  • Flexible Dies

    Flexible Dies

    Steve Katz || January 18, 2012
    With flexible dies becoming increasingly more prominent, manufacturers are sharpening their focus to develop products that meet the label industry’s needs.

  • Rotary Dies

    Rotary Dies

    January 14, 2009
    Whether its solid or flexible, converters are benefitting from improved technology in their choice of cutting tool, with cost considerations in mind.

  • Labelexpo Americas

    Labelexpo Americas '08

    throughout the three-day event. || October 8, 2008
    Mark Andy's booth at Labelexpo drew crowds

  • Rotary Dies

    Rotary Dies

    September 25, 2006
    Solid and flexible dies each have advantages in certain applications, though flexible dies are gaining ground on the traditionally more popular solid dies.

  • Hot Stamping

    Tom Gray and Mike Wilks || July 20, 2005
    Steel-backed flexible plates for hot stamping retain quality and lower costs.