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Telstar Engineering Inc.
By Tom Kirtz, President & Chief Engineer
Telstar is #1 Worldwide for label press retrofits. Onsite CadToGo engineering assures fast installs on any new or existing press. Add cast & cure, cold foil, digital, flexo, fold & turn, hot melt pattern/slot, nips, servo, laminating, rewind/… Read More »
AAA Press International Inc.
By Mark Hahn, VP of Sales & Marketing
AAA Press Int'l is the original "One-Stop-Complete-Flexo-Shop" offering pre-owned equipment, replacement parts, converting accessories, field service and support. We manufacture high quality Lightouch UV curing systems & Maximizer I… Read More »
PC Industries
By Holly Poplawski, Marketing/Design
PC Industries designs & manufactures vision inspection systems for the printing, converting & pharma industries. A nearly 40 year history of design & innovation paves the way for quality products that are invaluable prepress, on press and… Read More »
Published July 20, 2005
acares appoints N. American distributor Zacares Numeradores S.A., of Benisano, Spain, has appointed Zacares America Inc. as exclusive North American distributor for its numbering machines. Vinny Placella heads the Zacares America office. Zacares n… Read More »
The full servo press, with driven impression chilled drums and a short web path, is equipped with 7 UV flexo print units. Read More »
Published April 24, 2014
Color-Code Me is designed as an affordable alternative to industrial thermal bar code label printers. Read More »
Nasco labels thousands of different products in-house
By Steve Katz, Editor
Published April 21, 2014
The educational aids company turned to Colordyne Technologies to meet an 80,000-product challenge. Read More »
Temperature-tracking with ThinFilm’s Smart Sensor Label

By Steve Katz, Editor
Published December 10, 2013
The printed electronics device is the start of a series of low-cost electronic label systems that will enable the ‘Internet of Everything’. Read More »
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