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  • Kocher+Beck and INSECO form aluminum sleeve partnership

    July 21, 2015
    Kocher+Beck and INSECO Metalltechnik have signed a global partnership agreement for INSECO’s aluminum sleeves for the offset and flexographic printing sector in the label (narrow web) and packaging industry (wide web). As a supplier for high-q…

  • 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 31, 2013
    Bunting Magnetics Co. has announced that it has discontinued its flexible die product line and will no longer accept orders for flexible dies. The company continues to provide its complete line of magnetic cylinders to the industry. Announcing the c…

  • Bunting discontinues flexible die product line

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

  • Electro Optic opens new US production plant

    November 29, 2012
    Flexible die specialist Electro Optic has opened its new US production plant in Alpharetta, GA, earlier this year. The company’s subsidiary, Electro Optic US, has been a driver for the market acceptance of flexible dies in the US market sinc…

  • Bunting Magnetics receives business honors

    September 1, 2012
    Bunting Magnetics, Newton, KS, USA, a producer of magnetic cylinders for the label converting and other industries, recently was honored for business excellence by several regional organizations: · For the second year running, Bunting Ma…

  • Omet focusing on multi-process presses, Lean printing

    Omet focusing on multi-process presses, Lean printing

    May 22, 2012
    The Omet Group’s turnover in 2011 was the highest its ever been – $89 million, of which $64 million came from the company’s machines division, which is responsible for the production of narrow and mid-web printing presses and tissue…

  • RFID & the Label Converter

    Leah Genuario || July 20, 2005
    A special series of articles updating the RFID issues facing the industry: RFID and the Label Converter , RFID and Mandates, and Item Level Tagging, by Leah Genuario; RFID and Static Electricity by Jay Perry of Simco Industrial Static Control.