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Published April 10, 2013
Grafix Equipment, a manufacturer of modular inline and offline converting equipment for the label, flexible packaging and converting Industries, has announced the unveiling of its new Rotary Diecut and Capture System (patent pending) expressly for th… Read More »
Published March 12, 2013
The Grafix Cut and Capture System is capable of full rotary diecutting of any difficult IML material while eliminating the need for additional machinery. Read More »
Addressing Sticky Situations
Published May 7, 2012
Converters are improving their diecutting efficiency with new non-stick coatings. Read More »
Diecutting
By Steve Katz
Published January 18, 2012
The label industry’s changing demands have led to a paradigm shift within the sector. Read More »
Flexible Dies
By Steve Katz
Published 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. Read More »
Laser Diecutting
By Jack Kenny
Published November 11, 2010
The dieless cutting technology has surmounted its challenges and begins to penetrate the industry. Read More »
Published July 10, 2014
The June 27 event included demonstrations of the new RD300 die and Pin Eject dies in action. Read More »
Published April 30, 2014
LDPET has already been approved by several European institutions, including Cleanway in the UK, Unisort in Germany, and Returpack in Sweden. Read More »
Digital Finishing Equipment
By Catherine Diamond, Associate Editor
Published November 21, 2013
Machinery manufacturers have successfully kept pace with the latest digital printing technology. Read More »
Rotary Diecutter
Published May 31, 2013
ETI Converting Equipment has launched a new high-speed rotary diecutter called The Pellicut. This equipment can diecut PS material at a speed of 750 feet/min. (225 m/min.) on a 26 inch (660 mm) web width and uses a standard flexible magnetic die.… Read More »
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