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PCMC announces 2015 equipment demonstration event

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

GREEN BAY, Wis.Registration is now open for Impact 2015, which will feature live equipment demonstrations by Paper Converting Machine Company and Colordyne Technologies. The event will take place on February 17, 2015, at PCMC’s headquarters in Green Bay, Wis. 

Attendees will get an insider’s view of two dynamic printing technologies.

PCMC’s ELS-MAX: A fully gearless flexographic printing press that incorporates features and capabilities typically associated with wide web, central-impression presses into an inline platform that offers flexibility as well as quick changeover and lower waste/shorter-run opportunities. By merging the strengths of both wide and narrow printing platforms, this technology gives printers the edge they need to stay competitive. 

Colordyne Technologies 3600 Series Sprint: A roll-to-roll digital inkjet printing system capable of printing full-bleed on die-cut media ready for label applicator equipment. As the fastest digital press of its kind, the 3600 Series Sprint prints at 275 feet per minute at 1600x1375 dpi resolution. Featuring an Aquaflex/PCMC web handling system, this line of equipment also includes a variety of finishing equipment for inline or off-line product finishing.

In addition to equipment demonstrations, attendees will also be able to network with many industry suppliers who will also be on hand. 

To learn more about the event or to register, please visit www.pcmcimpact.com.


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