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Me & my... Polar 92N Plus

Investing in a replacement high-speed cutter has exceeded all expectations at Spectrum Printing and has resulted in an increase in productivity.

Me & my: Blackman & White Genesis-V

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  • Tuesday, November 12, 2019
KEP Print Group’s origins are a classic story of a garage startup leading to far greater things. 40 years ago in Tamworth, a family team bought a printing press and installed it in their home garage.

Me & my: MBO Digi-Folder

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  • Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Finishing was once regarded as the ‘Cinderella of the printing industry’, but not any more, as today’s finishing machinery can be as innovative, automated and efficient as the press lines it serves.

Me & my: Kolbus DA 270

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  • Thursday, October 17, 2019
Sometimes making the decision to swap out an old bit of kit for a new one can be a difficult call. New equipment can be expensive and can take a while to bed in. You might experience downtime and it will take staff a while to get up to speed on the equipment.

Me & my: CMC One

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  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019
One part of the printing industry that’s experiencing lots of innovation, investment and interest at the moment is mailing room technology, specifically wrapping equipment. Much of this activity has been driven by the environmental concerns of mailing house customers, such as publishers.

Me & my: Duplo DBM600i

Over its more than 35-year history ImageData Group has continuously invested in the latest technology to ensure it offers its customer as broad a range of services as possible. And this technology continuously needs refreshing as older machines come to the end of their natural life.

Me & my: Muller Martini InfiniTrim

4edge was set-up back in 2003 to offer a solution for publishers to produce their back lists. When it started key to its proposition was a combination of cutting-edge finishing and digital printing tech centred on the then new and innovative Horizon BQ-270 perfect binder.

Me & my: Mounter’s Mate Smartstation 214

Mark Andrews’ route into print wasn’t a particularly conventional or direct one. He set up his own one-man wide-format business about five years ago, building up signage and graphics work from local customers around Exeter and recently moved into labels.

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: CMC 9000

At the end of last year the First 4 Group spent around £250,000 on a pair of new Italian-made envelope enclosing lines, a CMC 9000 and a smaller CMC 250, replacing a pair of older machines.

Me & my: Morgana Laminator 450

It wasn’t the first time Newprint turned to Morgana Systems in a moment of need. The digital and litho printer in East Anglia is an established Morgana house and this time around managing director David Prior was taking delivery of three new machines to boost post-press capability.

Me & my: Duran Omega Magnus 230

At the beginning, Corrugated Case Company chose not to specialise, so it could produce the widest possible portfolio of jobs and hone its customer service.

Me & my: Esko Kongsberg C66

One of the newest recruits at Data Image Group doesn’t want a pay rise and works through lunch. Director Robert Farfort is well pleased with his robot.

Me & my: Dyss X9 3230C

It’s been 21 years since the brothers Ash and Krit Patel set up their own printing company in Leicester.

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.

Me & my: Horizon SmartStacker

Rotherham is the site of the Advanced Manufacturing Park, home to high-tech firms specialising in areas such as additive manufacturing.

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