Woodstock, GA – MicroDynamics LLC, leader in accurate anilox cell volume measurement systems, is excited to introduce DTM Flexo Services as their new sales partner. As part of the agreement, DTM Flexo will sell all MicroDynamics inspection systems and accessories to flexo converters and printers throughout Canada.
Founded in 2013, DTM Flexo Services celebrates their 10th year in business as Canada’s flexography specialists. The Ontario-based company offers a wide range of flexographic equipment, components and supplies for label and packaging converting applications in Canada. The agreement allows DTM Flexo to provide sales and support for all MicroDynamics inspection instruments, software, and accessories.
Now available through DTM Flexo Services, MicroDynamics solutions include the award-winning Veritas™ system, the original 3DQC Classic™ system, the LaserQC™ system, and the MicroScan3™ analysis software. Veritas™ is the newest anilox inspection microscope from Microdynamics, and is the fastest, most accurate, and highest resolution anilox microscope available in the market today. Veritas is powered by the newly upgraded MicroScan3™ analysis software. DTM Flexo Services will also distribute MicroDynamics’ 3DQC Classic™, the original pioneer in accurate anilox measurement technology - utilized by top anilox manufacturers for decades. The LaserQC™ system for course engravings under 150lpi, the Anti-Vibe™ vibration reduction table, calibration stands, and roll holders accessories from MicroDynamics will also be available through DTM Flexo Services under the new sales agreement.
Dave McBeth, President and CEO of DTM Flexo Services, Kerry Byrne, DTM Flexo Technical Sales Director, and Brent Zurcher, Director of Operations at MicroDynamics, were the key facilitators of the sales agreement.
“We are proud to offer our innovative inspection systems through DTM Flexo Services in Canada. As DTM has a decade of experience servicing Canadian printers, we are excited to work alongside them to expand sales and support for our new Veritas system and other MicroDynamics solutions in Canada,” says Brent Zurcher, MicroDynamics Director of Operations.