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Duplo to demonstrate powerful finishing solutions at The Print Show 2022

Print finishing specialist Duplo has signed up to exhibit at The Print Show 2022 and revealed it will use the event to showcase a range of new and high-quality finishing equipment.
Based on Stand E20, Duplo will welcome visitors from all backgrounds to its booth, with the aim of demonstrating how its extensive range of innovative print finishing solutions can help them move ahead of the competition and grow their business.

Among the many highlights on the Duplo stand this September will be the new DC-648 slitter cutter creaser, which offers users advanced levels of speed, quality and automation, all of which are key in the busy, modern market.
Also due to feature on the Duplo booth at The Print Show 2022 is the latest PFi Di-Cut 310 rotary die cutter, which allows users to die cut, kiss cut, crease, perforate, slit, hole punch and cut round corners in one process, on both digital and offset-printed sheets.
Other key highlights for visitors will include Duplo’s benchmark in class DC-618 multi finisher, with the ability to process up to six slits, 30 cuts and 20 creases in one pass, as well as the PFi Blade B2 digital cutting table that can cut, kiss cut, crease and perforate substrates including paper, laminates, boards, adhesives and synthetic stocks.
The DBM-150 booklet-maker, one of the most popular products among Duplo’s customers, will also be on display, with visitors able to learn more about the benefits of taking booklet-making in house with this modular solution.
Duplo will also bring a Bagel iLAM Pro Laminator, following the launch of its new, UK-exclusive partnership with Bagel. The modular system is compatible with a whole host of presses from the industry’s leading manufacturers.
In addition, Duplo will display some spectacular embellishment and packaging samples from the new DDC-8000 B2 format DuSense and the DC-20K B2 cutting system.
“Since 2019 and the significant disruptions to our world, we believe that the print industry is now hungry to attend the UK’s only major print exhibition this year,” Duplo managing director Martyn Train said.
“Since a hugely successful event of our own in May at Duplo HQ, we’ve also seen how busy other industry events have been through the last few months. We are going to The Print Show to showcase our new solutions to what I’m sure will be a busy show floor and can’t wait for September to roll around.
“Duplo’s stand will be integral to The Print Show’s visitors if they are looking to improve their finishing, or they’re looking to integrate and automate finishing into their pre- and post-press workflow.
“If visitors want to reach new markets and produce new products, then a visit to our stand will a valuable use of their time.
“We will be showing live demonstrations of automation in action and our staff will be on hand to show how Duplo embellishment can substantially increase profit and add value to end users’ products.
“Marketeers and print buyers will see examples of how they can enhance their design and their campaigns around print, to increase conversions and to wow their customers with high quality, relevant and engaging products.”
Train also paid tribute to event director Chris Davies and his role in securing a stand for Duplo at The Print Show 2022.
“Chris was hugely helpful in showing us the added value of coming to the show, and we can’t wait to meet the thousands of visitors attending over the course of the three days,” Train said.
Chris Davies added: “Duplo is one of the leading names in print finishing technology and I’m delighted that they will be at The Print Show this year. The Duplo stand will feature a line-up of exciting solutions that can help print service providers expand into a wide range of profitable markets.
“I very much look forward to seeing this kit in action up close at the NEC later this year.”
The Print Show 2022 will take place from September 20th to 22nd at the NEC in Birmingham.

www.theprintshow.co.uk

 

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