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UniNet Expands iColor Product Line with the Introduction of Digital Die Cutter for Labels & Packaging

Friday, March 17, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Los Angeles, CA - UniNet, a worldwide Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) of on-demand print technology, has announced the newest addition to the iColor® Printing Solutions product line; the LF600 digital die cutter for cut sheet labels and packaging.

Available March 1st globally for shipping, the LF600 is the ideal die cutting solution for brand owners and commercial printers. Versatile, compact, and affordable, users can design innovative and creative labels, decals, packaging, tags, cards, boxes, marketing prototypes, and more, right from their desktop printer.

Suitable for sheets up to Tabloid Extra Format (11.66” x 18”) size, this high speed desktop solution is capable of cutting or scoring any shape and size on pressure sensitive paper and card stock up to 16 point (350 gsm) in thickness. The pneumatic air-driven lever lifts the sheets from the loading-feeding tray and inserts them into the plotter. Speed varies with the complexity of the cut, running with an average of 30-40 seconds for pressure sensitive label sheets.

“With today’s launch, UniNet can now offer a full printing and cutting solution,” said Joe Dovi, COO of UniNet. “The LF600 is the perfect complement for UniNet’s iColor® 500 and 600 digital transfer printers, and makes entry into the market so much more accessible with simple, easy to use desktop solutions.”

 

 

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