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Star product: Komori Impremia NS40

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  • Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Komori is preparing to launch the Impremia NS40, a B1-format press that uses Landa’s Nanographic printing technology. It joins a growing sector of presses that are all likely to make a splash at Drupa 2020.

Me & my: KAS Paper Systems Kasfold 640 bookletmaker

Multitasking is good, but doing two things at once has its drawbacks. Take Foremost Magnets. The company bills itself the UK’s only specialist manufacturer of promotional fridge magnets, but also runs a print service and it was the latter that was skewing the work balance.

Star product: Morgana RDC

Morgana hopes to build on its stealthy early entry into the rotary die-cutter market by making more noise about its new machine.

Me & my: Mitsubishi EDiA EX electric folklift

Greens the Signmakers is a long-established digital printer and signmaker based in Kingston upon Hull. It was founded in 1963 by Reg Green, originally a traditional signwriter who hand-painted commercial liveries such as coaches.

Me & my: Esatec Digistar 2 1100

Frip Finishing’s origins stretch back almost half a century, to the founding of Impact Printing Company in Scotland in 1970, supplying cheque printers and MICR ribbons to the security sector.

Me & my: Riso ComColor FW5230

Sometimes you just want a no-nonsense machine for no-nonsense jobs. Spectrum Graphics is a small company with a big reputation for all kinds of digital material.

Me & my: Komfi Sagitta 76

Deltor Communications is a long-established Cornwall printer, currently based in a modern 2,320m² factory in Saltash, on the opposite side of the river Tamar from Plymouth.

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