Fenton, Missouri, USA- FormStore Incorporated, a leading manufacturer of membership identification cards, digital print and direct mail, announced the installation of the new Kodak Dimensional Clear Dry Ink system to their complement of Kodak NexPress digital presses.
FormStore Incorporated has taken this initial step as an industry leader to provide all of their reseller channel partners and their customers access to this amazing new technology. FormStore's Dimensional Digital capability can be used on a wide range of digitally printed items to give them a raised, tactile feel and greater depth of color. Typical applications will include direct mail and direct marketing pieces, book and booklet covers, posters, sales collaterals, photo prints and educational materials.
FormStore will also be coordinating with Kodak to develop NexPress settings to utilize Dimensional Digital printing on FormStore's Kodak and RIT approved LaserWell Plus membership ID cards and DigiMagnets. This unique feature will make ID card graphics more durable and magnet images jump right off the sheets. More information is available at www.formstore.com/balloon.
All of the Dimensional Digital printing will be completed in FormStore's trade only digital print and mail center that is wind powered through the purchase of renewable energy credit. "We are delighted with our decision and our leadership role in our industry," commented Paul Edwards, CDC, FormStore president. "We invite our distributors and channel partners to embrace and to support this new Dimensional Digital technology and solutions."
FormStore manufactures over 100 million membership identification cards annually and FormStore's new Digital Connect facility houses the largest digital color printing installation in the St. Louis area.
FormStore's Dimensional Digital print and patented membership identification card solutions are distributed through its channel partners in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Latin America.
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