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MGI JETvarnish 3D User TRINITY Takes Home the Gold at the 2014 Asian Print Awards

02891d21-2d84-4ac3-b330-303e80dcda24MGI JETvarnish 3D User TRINITY Takes Home the Gold at the 2014 Asian Print Awards

MELBOURNE, FL, USA (December 15th, 2014) – MGI Digital Graphic Technology is honored to announce that TRINITY won a Gold Certificate Award at the 2014 Asian Print Awards thanks to their JETvarnish 3D.  

Ferrostaal Thailand customer, TRINITY (formerly known as TRIO 3D) was recently awarded a Gold Certificate from the Asian Print Awards in the leaflet, flyer, folder, and brochure category. TRINITY created a stunning 3D effect with the JETvarnish 3D on the cover of ‘Coffee Bean’ by Dao achieving an elegant, visually striking menu cover. Utilizing the full array of unique customization and creative control options of the JETvarnish 3D, TRINITY was able to successfully differentiate themselves from the rest of their competition.

TRINITY installed their JETvarnish 3D earlier this year, pioneering a digital driven revolution in the Thai print industry. Samak Chiratananan, the veteran Thai printer and Owner of TRINITY, has been stirring up buzz with his JETvarnish 3D since installation, providing innovative solutions and top of the line service to his customers.

MGI Media Contact:
Holly Haley
Marketing Coordinator
MGI USA, Inc.
h.haley@mgiusa.com


Mid-State Litho,Inc.
5459 Fenton Rd.
Flint, MI 48507
www.midstatelitho.net

MGI JETcard

MGI JETcardArticle Provided by MGI Digital Graphic Technology

Utilizing MGI’s award winning and revolutionary inkjet technology, the JETcard provides card manufacturers with an all-inclusive printing solution.

The JETcard utilizes blank cards (with smart chip, magnetic stripe or RFID) and is ideal for turnkey production from 1 card to millions, all ready to be sold (fully printed, personalized, coated, encoded & verified).

The JETcard is targeted for card manufacturers as well as commercial printers, maximizing productivity for high volume applications while still remaining cost-effective for short runs. The JETcard has already been awarded the prestigious “2010 Siemens Innovation Grand Prix” and the Graph Expo 2011 “Must See ’em”, in recognition of MGI’s R&D achievement.

From an individual blank ISO CR-80 card, the JETcard is able to achieve in one pass, the following processes:

  • Pre-print coating to ensure a full compatibility with the substrates available on the market (PVC, ABS, paper, etc.)
  • Printing in 4 to 6 UV colors
  • Micro text and guilloché patterns
  • Full variable data printing including text, barcodes & images
  • Spot UV coating or flood UV coating for card protection
  • Security inks revealed only under a black light
  • Read & write capabilities on HiCo/LoCo magnetic stripes
  • Automated quality controls and ejection into a rejection bin of the defective cards

New Enhanced Printing functions (2011)

  • Printing with spectacular embossing/3D effects or flat print effect
  • Opaque white UV ink now available
  • Signature panel printing
  • Variable Data Printing even on embossed/3D effects

Drop-on-demand technology and an integrated RIP enable full variable data printing on all JETcard inks and coatings. For example, the security coating can be used as an anti-counterfeiting feature, revealing inks only when held under a black light.

MGI’s JETcard is a true Card Factory and can replace up to 5 different pieces of equipment traditionally used in the plastic card production chain: Litho press, collator, lamination press, die cutter and encoder/personalization printer.

Other key features of the JETcard include:

  • A production speed up to 8,000 cards per hour (simplex)
  • One of the highest print resolutions available (up to 720 x 2160 dpi)
  • Accommodates PVC, Teslin, synthetic or paper cards from 350-1000 microns (ISO CR-80 format)
  • HiCo/LoCo magnetic stripe support (read/write)
  • Capability to store up to 2,500 cards within 5 different magazines
  • Automated controls for ensuring data accuracy between card front and back

For additional product information visit us online at www.midstatelitho.net or view product page by clicking here.


Mid-State Litho, Inc.
5459 Fenton Rd.
Flint, MI 48507
www.midstatelitho.net

JETvarnish 3D Takes digital spot UV coating to a new dimension

MGI JETvarnish 3D

The award-winning JETvarnish 3D takes digital spot UV coating to a new dimension, featuring increased throughput for flat spot UV jobs and amazing 3D raised effects.

Ideal for operations with offset and/or digital presses up to 52×105 cm format, the JETvarnish 3D is the perfect solution for 3D or traditional flat spot UV coating on runs from one to thousands, providing printers with true value-added services. Gain new customers & profitable markets and your clients will receive visually stunning pieces that allow them to differentiate themselves and with customization not available through traditional and analog spot UV coating methods.

A pioneer and industry leader in spot UV coating, MGI first presented the JETvarnish 3D at drupa 2008 and boasts the industry’s largest install base. JETvarnish 3D series customers hail from all Graphic Arts sectors such as offset commercial printers, digital printers, finishing houses, silk screen printers, specialty photo printers and book publishers. The most popular jobs include book covers, brochures, business & invitation cards and packaging.

Advantages

  • Flat or 3D Spot Coating, you have the choice!
  • Amazing 3D raised effects
  • Increased productivity – up to 3,000 B2 sheets/hour
  • 100% coverage of a B2 sheet
  • Fine details or high coverage areas are no problem
  • Anticipate your printing costs prior to production
  • Perfect register every time
  • No plates or Screens
  • A new 3D high gloss coating formula at 99% G.U.
  • Extended paper formats up to 52 x 105 cm
  • Internet cannot compete

The JETvarnish 3D can handle all kinds of sheet sizes including the very popular 52×74 cm/20×29″. The 3D varnish takes digital spot UV coating to a new dimension. These new capabilities produce beautiful, tactile 3D effects that enhance visual appeal and bring new sensory dimension to all printed projects. Nobody can resist!

Contact us for additional information at 1-800-343-4231 or visit us online at www.midstatelitho.net.


Mid-State Litho, Inc.
5459 Fenton Rd.
Flint, MI 48507
www.midstatelitho.net

Swift Printing & Communications Increases Production

Pictured above (left to right): Walt Gutowski III, Pressman, Jessica Slaydon, Community Relations & Steve Hale, Art and Technology Director of Swift Printing

Pictured above (left to right): Walt Gutowski III, Pressman, Jessica Slaydon, Community Relations & Steve Hale, Art and Technology Director of Swift Printing

Swift Printing & Communications Increases Production with MGI Meteor DP8700S
Grand Rapids based printer expands printing capabilities with Meteor S

MELBOURNE, FL, USA (November 20th, 2014) – Swift Printing & Communications has experienced continued success with their MGI Meteor DP8700 S.

Family owned and operated, Swift Printing is a solutions-driven printer that has been serving the Grand Rapids area for over 60 years. Founded by Walt Gutowski Sr. in 1950 as a local commercial printer, Swift Printing has become a world leader in digital technology by making innovation a top priority. With a commitment to top-notch service, the Swift Printing team is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art solutions to exceed their customers’ expectations.

Always staying ahead of the curve, Walt Gutowski Jr. began searching for a press that would complement his current line of offset and digital presses while maintaining the highest level of quality. After thorough research and testing, Swift Printing decided to invest in a Meteor DP8700 S with the help of Mid-State Litho, a MGI certified dealer.

“The MGI Meteor S is a great compliment to what we currently have in place,” states Walt Gutowski Jr., Owner of Swift Printing. “It is the only machine we can trust to do letterhead and envelopes that are 100% laser safe all the time. Not only can we do our day-to-day business more efficiently, we have also seen a huge increase in our business for short run 4-color jobs because we now have the ability to run them on the fly.”

“We are blending our history and new technology together on our digital presses by mixing old heritage letterpress work and new age printing. The Meteor S fit our needs perfectly- with its outstanding quality and versatility we knew the Meteor S would be a seamless fit,” continued Gutowski. “We are proud of our history, our community, and our print shop. With our new capabilities we are confident that we will be able to keep our customers one step ahead.”

For more information, please visit http://www.mgiusa.com and http://www.midstatelitho.net.


Swift Printing & Communications
404 Bridge Street, N.W.
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
PH: 616-459-4263
www.swiftprinting.com

About Mid-State Litho

Mid-State Litho, Inc. (MSL), a certified MGI dealer, has been serving the printing and graphic arts community for over 30 years. Specializing in equipment and supplies for offset printing, digital printing, print finishing, binding and bookletmaking, plastic card production, mailing, packaging and more, MSL has solutions for all printing and finishing needs. In addition, MSL has a team of experienced, qualified account executives who make finding the right equipment solution for the job their number one priority.

About the MGI Group

The MGI Group is composed of MGI Digital Graphic Technology, headquartered in Paris (Ivry-sur-Seine), France, and KÖRA-PACKMAT, located in Villingendorf, Germany, and CERADROP, located in Limoges, France.

Founded in 1982, MGI Digital Graphic Technology designs, manufactures and markets a full and innovative range of award-winning digital presses and a complete line of versatile finishing solutions.

MGI has a portfolio comprised of several thousand customers in a wide range of sectors, including graphic industry professionals, Fortune 1000 companies, government agencies, plastic card manufacturers, silk screeners and photo labs.

A leader in the professional graphic equipment market, MGI is registered on the Euronext Paris Alternext stock exchange (ALMDG). They received the prestigious OSEO “Innovative Company” & “OSEO Excellence” labels respectively in 2009 & 2012 in recognition of their expertise and innovation in the graphics & finishing industry. In addition, MGI has won thirteen international product awards from 2008-2012 related to technological innovation, including the 2010 Siemens Innovation Grand Prix and the 2011 Engineering Prize for their color inkjet technology.

MGI USA, based in Melbourne, Florida, is MGI’s fully owned subsidiary that services the North and South American, Caribbean and Asia Pacific markets.

KÖRA-PACKMAT is an industrial manufacturing company which specializes in the development of offset sub-systems. With four business units that cover feeding systems, paper transport systems, film wrapping machines & ultrasonic sealing systems, KÖRA-PACKMAT has a worldwide presence that is represented through a network of distributors and a subsidiary based in Singapore.

CERADROP is a cutting-edge company founded in 2006, by members of the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) the world-renowned laboratory, and in under just seven years has become the French leader in inkjet equipment for printed electronics market and 3D printing.

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Media Contact:

Holly Haley
Marketing Coordinator
MGI USA, Inc.

JETvarnish 3D wins the ‘Packaging Innovation Award’

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MGI Wins the ‘Packaging Innovation Award’ with the JETvarnish 3D & iFOIL

MGI Digital Graphic Technology is pleased to announce that the Pack Experts Committee has awarded the iFOIL with the “Innovation Award” at 2014 Packaging/Emballage Exhibition (MGI booth on Hall 6, G135).

This year’s 1,500 exhibitors submitted over 208 innovative products to the Pack Experts Committee.The Committee consists of industry experts, many from large international companies with worldwide expertise, such as: L’Oréal, Coca-Cola, and Nestlé. The top 8 entries were given the prestigious “Innovation Award,” including the MGI iFOIL solution.

The Packaging/Emballage Exhibition, held from November 17th-20th in Paris-Villepinte (France), is expecting over 100,000 visitors this year to see the packaging & handling industry’s best. With an average annual growth rate of 10%, the packaging industry is making great strides in packaging functionality and innovation.

Working in-line with the JETvarnish 3D, the iFOIL uses a revolutionary 100% digital process to create embossed hot foil effects. The duo take print jobs to the next level, adding luxury to everything from packaging, magazine covers, books, brochures, to invitations and labels. The innovative technology used by the pair has drawn a lot of international awards due to their unique inkjet technology and the 100% digital process.

The iFOIL and the JETvarnish 3D perform the following jobs:

  • Spot UV Varnish 2D/3D
  • From 3 to 200μm embossing
  • Hot foil embossing process for up to 3 simultaneous colors
  • Variable data both for Spot UV Varnish & Foiling
  • Up to 3,000 B2 size sheets an hour

For additional information on the JETvarnish 3D and iFOIL, please visit us online at www.midstatelitho.net.


Mid-State Litho, Inc.
5459 Fenton Rd.
Flint, MI 48507
www.midstatelitho.net

Spot UV Coating – with or without raised effects!

Spot UV Coating – with or without raised effects!

The award-winning JETvarnish 3D takes digital spot UV coating to a new dimension, featuring increased throughput for flat spot UV jobs and amazing 3D raised effects.

Ideal for operations with offset and/or digital presses up to 52×105 cm format, the JETvarnish 3D is the perfect solution for 3D or traditional flat spot UV coating on runs from one to thousands, providing printers with true value-added services. Gain new customers & profitable markets and your clients will receive visually stunning pieces that allow them to differentiate themselves and with customization not available through traditional and analog spot UV coating methods.

A pioneer and industry leader in spot UV coating, MGI first presented the JETvarnish at drupa 2008 and boasts the industry’s largest install base. JETvarnish series customers hail from all Graphic Arts sectors such as offset commercial printers, digital printers, finishing houses, silk screen printers, specialty photo printers and book publishers. The most popular jobs include book covers, brochures, business & invitation cards and packaging.


For additional information about the MGI JETvarnish 3D, visit us online at www.midstatelitho.net.


Mid-State Litho, Inc.
5459 Fenton Rd.
Flint, MI 48507
www.midstatelitho.net

Visit MGI at Graph Expo Booth #3013

The award-winning JETvarnish 3D takes digital spot UV coating to a new dimension, featuring increased throughput for flat spot UV jobs and amazing 3D raised effects.

Ideal for operations with offset and digital presses up to 52 x 105 cm format, the JETvarnish 3D is the perfect solution for 3D or traditional flat spot UV coating on runs from one to thousands.

Open the doors to digital embossing and hot foil stamping with your JETvarnish 3D and iFOIL solution.

Through a revolutionary digital process, the iFOIL eliminates the need for films, dies and make-ready, allowing you to produce hot foil stamping and embossing jobs from one to thousands of sheets with both very high profitability and ease of use.

From magazine covers, books, brochures, labels, to invitations and packaging, offer new services and exceptional benefits to your customers.


The JETvarnish 3D “T2” (Twin Head) and iFOIL module duo will be running live production demonstrations at the MGI Booth #3013 at Graph Expo. An in-line complement to the innovative JETvarnish ED UV spot coater, the iFOIL module opens doors to endless digital embossing and hot foil stamping solutions.

In addition to the JETvarnish 3D “T2” and iFOIL pair, MGI will have their Meteor line of digital presses.

Register for your MGI VIP Demo today!

 


Mid-State Litho, Inc.
5459 Fenton Rd.
Flint, MI 48507
www.midstatelitho.net

The Perfect Pair Unite

The Perfect Pair Unite: The iFOIL Module has Arrived at MGI USA

MGI Oscars iFOIL GoldMELBOURNE, FL, USA (July 8th, 2014) – MGI Digital Graphic Technology is pleased to announce that the iFOIL hot foil stamping module has arrived at the MGI USA Headquarters and is demo ready.

The in-line complement to the innovative JETvarnish 3D UV spot coater, the iFOIL module opens doors to endless digital embossing and hot foil stamping solutions. Through a revolutionary digital process, the iFOIL makes hot foiling easy – requiring no plates, no dies and no make-ready. Thus allowing users to produce hot foil stamping and embossing jobs from one to thousands of sheets on the fly.

Utilizing not only visual elegance, but tactile excitement, the JETvarnish 3D and iFOIL module make the perfect pair. The duo can take print jobs to the next levels, adding luxury to everything from magazine covers, books, brochures, labels to invitations and packaging. Taking personalization to the next level, the iFOIL allows for the personalization of embossed hot foil, a never before seen finish.

For more information on the iFOIL, visit us online by Clicking Here or Contact Us directly.


Mid-State Litho, Inc.
5459 Fenton Rd.
Flint, MI 48507
www.midstatelitho.net

Decorative Choice

Decorative Choice by Way of New Processes
By Jeff Peterson, Executive Director, Foil & Specialty Effects Association

Over the last several years, a great deal has changed in how the printed sheet can be enhanced and protected through specialty decorating processes. Technological advancements in the cold foil process, new specialty UV processes, and laser cutting technology are just part of what is now available to create spectacular designs that can stand on their own or enhance printed material such as cartons, greeting cards, invitations, folders, and much more.

Sheetfed Cold Fold Technology

Although cold foil is not brand new to the marketplace, the technology to apply it has become more reliable and has become very popular in the narrow-web flexographic market for label applications. Where it has seen more recent growth has been with the application of cold foil in-line with large-format sheetfed presses. This technology utilizes a tacky adhesive that is applied in the first printing head of a sheetfed printer. The foil is nipped to the adhesive and the foil carrier is stripped away, thereby applying the foil only where the clear adhesive is laid down. Press manufacturers are offering this technology on new presses and there are retrofit units on the market for existing presses.

The print finisher/foil stamper may look at this process as a competitive one to conventional foil stamping, but in reality it has much more of an effect on metalized board or paper. The cost of applying the cold foil to a standard carton stock and then overprinting the foil can be much more cost effective than using a metalized board for many applications. For applications where foil is utilized in just certain areas of the sheet or carton, even if overprinting is involved, traditional methods of hot stamping the foil and then overprinting is more cost effective. Applying cold foil in-line on a sheetfed press is best suited for coated stocks and does not perform as well on dry, porous stocks.

It must be pointed out that cold foil technology does not provide the overall brilliance that can be achieved with applying foil through traditional hot stamping methods. So there are limitations that will continue to keep traditional foil stamping a viable option for many applications.

Specialty Coating and Films

UV coatings, both spot and flood, have been a popular choice for adding a protective shine to all types of printed materials. Recently, extensions to standard UV have surfaced, providing even more choices to enhance the printed sheet. One of these newer technologies is a process called Cast and Cure or film casting. This technology creates diffractive surfaces to produce high-gloss, matte, and holographic finishes with the use of UV coatings and specialty film and can be utilized on both sheetfed and web-fed applications.

The film casting process utilizes a specialty film that has micro-embossed holographic pattern. Once the UV coating is applied, the film lays over the top of the sheet before the coating is cured. Then the sheet with the film still applied runs through the UV dryer and is cured. The film is stripped away, leaving the holographic effect on the sheet. Because there is no actual transfer of a foil or material on to the substrate, the film can be reused several times before new film is needed.

In addition, there is now an array of specialty UV coatings available that can be applied with standard off-line UV coating equipment. These coatings included raised (embossed) UV that applies a heavy pattern (up to 5 mils) to the printed image. It provides both a visual and “special feel” to a printed piece. There are also glitter UV coatings where small metallic flakes can be added to the coating, providing a unique look and an alternative to the conventional glitter process. Thermochromic UV coatings that change colors with temperature change, as well as texture, pearlescent, and even glow-in-the-dark coatings are available.

A new digital process for applying UV has splashed onto the scene that applies the coating through a digital inkjet process versus traditional coating techniques. This technology can apply a flat UV or “raised embossed” spot UV effect to all types of printed materials, including stationary, brochures, greeting cards, folding cartons, and more. The process provides an economical UV solution for short to medium-sized runs and works well for digitally printed materials.JetVarnish 3D

Laminating films have seen many changes over the past few years as well. Films are no longer relegated solely to clear films used for protecting printed materials. Laminating films are now available in many metallic and holographic patterns that can be overprinted or foil stamped. Clear iridescent films are also available, providing a unique appearance when tilted from side to side. They are completely translucent, allowing graphics and text to show through and still provide a unique pattern with the film. Laminating films are an excellent choice when wanting to combine protection with a colorful enhancement. Depending on the application, the ability to provide rigidity to a printing piece in different thicknesses is one of the big advantages that laminating films offer over other decorating processes.

Laser Cutting

Laser cutting continues to grow as a decorative alternative and can provide extremely intricate cutout shapes and graphics. The technology has grown and costs have decreased, making laser cutting a more feasible option for greeting cards, stationary, packaging applications, and promotional mailings. Although laser cutting is making inroads into functional diecutting applications, especially in the digital arena, it is not a preferred process or competing process to standard diecutting. If a shape or printed sheet can be diecut conventionally, that is still the best option, especially in larger quantities. Laser cutting is an excellent choice to provide extremely detailed cuts for decorative purposes and is most cost effective for small-to medium-sized runs. The running speed for a laser cutting job can run from 200 to 2,000 sheets per hour, depending on the job requirements.

Currently, most laser cutting is done by specific companies specializing in the process that work closely with print finishers or packaging houses. However, as the cost of the machinery and technology decreases, adding laser cutting services through print finishers will begin to become a more viable option in the future.

Conclusion

Today, a multitude of effects and processes are available as enhancements to printing or as a standalone decorative processes. There are now a variety of high-visibility effects and finishing techniques to explore and to offer to customers-whether providing it themselves or working together with partners to provide the finished product. The key in today’s market and particularly in the current economic items is to offer a variety of services, including new innovative solutions for the customer.

 

 

 

JETvarnish 3D Users Win Four Gold Leaf Awards at FSEA Conference

fsea redJETvarnish 3D users sweep ‘Best Use of Digital UV Inkjet’

MELBOURNE, FL, USA (May 6th, 2014) – MGI Digital Graphic Technology is honored to announce that JETvarnish 3D users brought home four awards at the Foil and Specialty Effects Association Gold Leaf Awards on April 29th in Milwaukee, WI.

With over 250 entries, the FSEA Gold Leaf Awards recognizes the most creative, brilliant, and innovative works in the hot foil, embossing, and specialty effects field. JETvarnish 3D users Sipe Steel Rule Die and The Printer’s Edge took home Gold, Silver, and Bronze in the ‘Best Use of Digital UV Inkjet’ category.

Sipe Steel Rule Die, located in Fort Wayne, IN, is a custom manufacturer of color swatch cards, POP displays and much more. Their Gold Leaf Award entry ‘Strawberries Into Water,’ which used soft touch laminate and foil stamping paired with textured UV, won Gold in the ‘Best Use of Digital UV Inkjet’ category. In addition, Sipe Steel Rule Die also took home a Silver Leaf Award in the ‘Creative Use of Lamination’ category for their entry ‘Holiday Sale.’

“This was the first year we made an entry and we were very impressed with the overall quality of the projects submitted. It is very important to us to have this recognition from our industry peers,” stated Steve Hatlem, President of Sipe Steel Rule Die. “The JETvarnish 3D provides a unique finish that very few printers are able to offer. The additional enhancement of the UV varnish gave the piece the ‘wow’ factor that helped us win the award, but more importantly the piece can be used to generate new and unique sales opportunities.”

Another winner, The Printer’s Edge, located in Orlando, FL, is a print finishing company that provides the nation’s finest graphic artists with a full line of finishing services to companies who want to grow and maintain their brand. Their Gold Leaf Award entries ‘Beyond Ink on Paper Gatefold’ and ‘Sample Kit- Digital 3D UV’ which utilized multi-level UV coating won Silver and Bronze, respectively, in the ‘Best Use of Digital UV Inkjet’ category.

“Our customers deserve the best in finishing and our team takes great pride in their craft. These awards serve as ongoing validation that we are at the leading edge in the industry,” stated Mark Resnick, Owner of The Printer’s Edge. “Our mastery of the JETvarnish 3D has allowed us to provide our customers with innovative solutions never before seen or offered in this market.”

For more information, please visit http://www.mgiusa.com and http://fsea.com.

About the MGI Group

The MGI Group is composed of MGI Digital Graphic Technology, headquartered in Paris (Ivry-sur-Seine), France, and KÖRA-PACKMAT, located in Villingendorf, Germany, and CERADROP, located in Limoges, France.

Founded in 1982, MGI Digital Graphic Technology designs, manufactures and markets a full and innovative range of award-winning digital presses and a complete line of versatile finishing solutions.

MGI has a portfolio comprised of several thousand customers in a wide range of sectors, including graphic industry professionals, Fortune 1000 companies, government agencies, plastic card manufacturers, silk screeners and photo labs.

A leader in the professional graphic equipment market, MGI is registered on the Euronext Paris Alternext stock exchange (ALMDG). They received the prestigious OSEO “Innovative Company” & “OSEO Excellence” labels respectively in 2009 & 2012 in recognition of their expertise and innovation in the graphics & finishing industry. In addition, MGI has won thirteen international product awards from 2008-2012 related to technological innovation, including the 2010 Siemens Innovation Grand Prix and the 2011 Engineering Prize for their color inkjet technology.

MGI USA, based in Melbourne, Florida, is MGI’s fully owned subsidiary that services the North and South American, Caribbean and Asia Pacific markets.

KÖRA-PACKMAT is an industrial manufacturing company which specializes in the development of offset sub-systems. With four business units that cover feeding systems, paper transport systems, film wrapping machines & ultrasonic sealing systems, KÖRA-PACKMAT has a worldwide presence that is represented through a network of distributors and a subsidiary based in Singapore.

CERADROP is a cutting-edge company founded in 2006, by members of the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) the world-renowned laboratory, and in under just seven years has become the French leader in inkjet equipment for printed electronics market and 3D printing.

Media Contact:
Kevin Abergel
Vice President of Sales & Marketing
MGI USA, Inc.