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iColor Chooses the Rollem Insignia6 Die Cutter to Fast-Track their Print Fulfillment Services

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Press release from the issuing company

iColor Printing and Mailing in Los Angeles, CA is a full service printing company offering start-to-finish capabilities specializing in medical insurance identification, communications and mailing. iColor selected the Insignia6 Die Cutter from Rollem International for its ability to produce their clients’ ID products efficiently and accurately. “When I saw the die-cutter in action I was very impressed with the variety of functions taking place in one operation. The personalized ID card carriers are die-cut to shape while the round cornered ID card is cut but held in the frame. The waste or matrix is automatically diverted and the shingle belt delivers the cards in print order. The accuracy and speed of the Insignia has greatly increased our turn-around time and improved the overall quality of our die-cut products”, states Omar Khan, owner of iColor.

The Insignia series can eliminate sending out profitable work and allows for more control over production and turn-around times. Ideal for digital printing, it offers an optical registration system designed to account for shifting in the imaged work. It handles substrates between 0.006 – 0.024” thick depending on the machine. The X3 model handles up to 0.003”. The IS6 performs die cutting, kiss cutting, embossing, perforating, scoring and cut-scoring on a range of papers, plastics, magnetic material, PVC, styrene and polypropylenes.

For more information on Insignia Die Cutting products, visit https://www.rollemusa.com/die-cut or call (800) 272-4381 x 11.

iColor Operations Staff with the Insignia Die Cutter.

 

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