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Diversified Graphic Machinery at drupa 2012

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Diversified Graphic Machinery will highlight its exclusive, Foildex™ in-line cold foil system, Cast and Cure™ holographic effect system, hot foil stamping, die-cutting technologies and complete line of print enhancement capabilities in Hall 15 / A21-2 at Drupa ‘12, May 3-16 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
“As a first time exhibitor at Drupa, we are anticipating considerable interest in DGM print enhancement equipment, particularly our exclusive Foildex™ in-line cold foil system for the global packaging market”, said Michael DeBard, President, Diversified Graphic Machinery.”
Serving the US market since 2000, Diversified Graphic Machinery recently announced its expansion into Europe with the establishment of a manufacturing facility in Torino, Italy. “The Torino factory will be used to manufacture our Foildex™ cold foil systems as well as our Filmdex™ UV Cast and Cure™ systems and will allow DGM to better serve global packaging market,” DeBard added.
The DGM Foildex™ system allows companies to use cold foil efficiently and profitably by minimizing foil waste and bringing foil cost for cold foil applications to hot foil levels.  Foildex™ offers proprietary control systems which produce the best foil laydown in the industry with superb overprinting.  With large area coverage and miniscule reverse out, the system gives a new dimension to print enhancement. Coupled with the ability to produce holographic images with the DGM Filmdex™ UV film Cast and Cure™ inline with cold foil and print, gives packaging printers a powerful sales tool and a unique niche in the marketplace.


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