Kama prepares for Drupa debut
By Adam Hooker Thursday, 22 May 2008
Finishing equipment manufacturer Kama will be celebrating its debut Drupa appearance by launching what it claims is the world's first A3 format die-cutter.
ProCut 53 is aimed at the small print run, short preparation time market.
The flexible flat-bed die-cutter, which can be quickly set up between jobs, has a wide range of functions, including die-cutting and embossing.
Kama's new product is based on the ProCut 74 machine, which has been a commercial success over the past few years.
Further machines on its stand will be the flexible folder-gluer ProFold 74 and the all-round die-cutter ProCut 74 with hologram and hot foil pressing.
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