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xpedx To Sell New Ryobi Inline UV Casting And Foiling Technology

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

KANSAS CITY, Kansas, June 2, 2008-xpedx today announced it will be the exclusive U.S. distributor of a new inline UV casting and foiling system from Ryobi that can help printers produce high-value offset printing, including package printing, on Ryobi's 6-up, multicolor 750 series of offset presses.
 
The new print technology, the first to combine inline casting and foiling into a single unit, is being demonstrated at Drupa 2008 in Düsseldorf, Germany, now through June 11.  It will be available for sale in the U.S. later this year.
 
The new inline UV casting and foiling system was developed for the RYOBI 750 series of 23"x29" presses and will be a new option on those presses ordered in the U.S. through xpedx.  The system enables inline UV casting as well as foiling and special hologram effects for printed material with very accurate registration.  By adding the UV coating and foiling inline, pressroom productivity may be greatly increased.
 
The system offers U.S. printers valuable new printing capabilities and shorter job turnaround times.  It will be available through xpedx Printing Technologies, the exclusive U.S. distributor of Ryobi-branded offset printing presses. xpedx is North America's largest distributor of printing papers and graphics supplies and equipment.
 
The new inline UV casting and foiling system gives printers the ability to enter new printing markets.  Applications include packaging, advertising and marketing materials, point-of-purchase displays, security printing, novelties, cards, stickers, gift certificates, gift wrap and much more.
 

 

 

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