Thought Leadership Video Series
Highcon Shares Latest Developments And New Applications
Published on April 22, 2015
Highcon's COO Miki Zimmer and Nigel Tracey, Sales Director, speak with Senior Editor Cary Sherburne about advances with the Highcon Euclid digital finishing solution and some unique applications customers have created.
Intricate Cutouts Made by the Highcon Euclid
The Eiffel Tower is an example of the extensive capabilities of the Highcon Euclid digital finishing solution.
The Highcon Euclid allows converters, printers, and brand owners to transform finishing into a value-added process that positively impacts profitability.
Highcon Euclid machines digitally finish labels and paperboard from 8-24 pt. (0.2 - 06m) and microflute up to 47 pt. (1.2mm), including creasing, cutting and etching.
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New Business Growth
- New customers
- Existing customers
- Saving money
- Time to market
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Hederman Brothers' Digital Strategy
Published: May 29, 2017
Terri Mascagni is Senior Account Executive at Hederman Brothers, which has been in business since 1898, is a family owned commercial printer located in Mississippi. The company recently acquired an HP Indigo 12000 to bolster its digital capabilities. She talks about the many changes the company has recently gone through to maintain its competitive position.
Direct-to-Object Printing: Do Converters Need to Redefine their Role?
Published: May 22, 2017
Joe Morgan, formerly CEO of Standard Register and now Founder and CEO of Be Safe. Be Inspired. Be YOU. shares his insights on the InPrint USA show and the opportunities he sees for printing businesses in functional printing applications, particularly for packaging. He sees this as changing the role for the converter and requires businesses to redefine the role they will play in the future.
A Mailer That Grows Wildflowers. A Tree That Grows Books.
Published: May 19, 2017
Thinking he's got something special, WhatTheyThink Senior Video Editor Jon Emmerich does a little show-and-tell and asks for Frank's response. In true Frank fashion, Frank quickly and efficiently crushes Jon's dreams.