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Finishing

Caslon to provide golden touch

Caslon will be exhibiting some of the unique products in their vast range of finishing and specialised process equipment on stand B06 of The Print Show.

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The Foil Tech FT-22F is one of the new pieces of special effects print technology that will feature on Caslon’s stand

“The technology we will have on show will include the brand new RDC Rotary Die Cutter, Maxit Adhesive System, as well as the Foil Tech Foiling, Card Cutting, and Laminating systems. They are all designed to help our customers achieve the maximum profit from their work,” explains David Ball, sales director at Caslon.

Using the latest technology flexible dies, any size, shape and format can be quickly and easily produced from a single sheet on the RDC Rotary Die Cutter. This impressive machine can die cut, kiss cut, score and perforate in a single pass on stocks ranging from 120gsm to 400gsm.

Using a top sheet air feed system, deep pile feeder and double sheet detector the RDC Rotary Die Cutter reduces the problems which can occur with today’s demanding digital outputs

Ball continues: “Using a top sheet air feed system, deep pile feeder and double sheet detector the RDC Rotary Die Cutter reduces the problems which can occur with today’s demanding digital outputs. Accuracy of the final product can be controlled by working from either the lead edge or a printed registration mark.

“The Maxit adhesive system meanwhile uses a motorised roller coater to apply a very thin, smooth coating of a unique hot melt adhesive. Once the substrate is coated it will stick permanently to just about any surface including plastic, wood and metal. The adhesive will not transfer to fingers and is completely non-hazardous and non-toxic. The system is so simple it requires no daily or monthly maintenance either.”



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