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Driving new opportunities with Duplo

Finishing specialist Duplo has announced plans to use this year’s edition of The Print Show to demonstrate how its Duplo DuSense DDC-810 sensory coater can help users access new, profitable work.

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Duplo had a very successful time at The Print Show 2016, finalising deals worth in excess of £400,000

The newly-launched machine will be among a host of technology on the Duplo stand at the show, which runs from October 11th to 13th at the International Centre in Telford.

The new DuSense DDC-is used to print clear spot UV varnish, with the option of raised and textured finishes that resemble embossing. Equipped with high definition 600dpi heads, the coater can handle 1,080 B3 sheets per hour, as well as heavy solids and fine detail in the same pass.

In a statement, Duplo says: “The system will be demonstrating how it can help to open up new avenues for businesses and create new revenue streams for short-run, digital print with its highly creative and intricate special effects,.

The system will be demonstrating how it can help to open up new avenues for businesses and create new revenue streams for short-run, digital print with its highly creative and intricate special effects

“Visitors will see how it seamlessly combines ease of use with high accuracy, to create the most productive solution, at the lowest cost of entry for the market.”

Also due to feature on the Duplo stand is the PFi Di-CUT 300, a short run die-cutting system that the manufacturer says enables a broader service offering, as well as the 600 PRO Duetto system, which produces 86 booklets per minute.

In addition, Duplo will demonstrate how the DC-646 PRO delivers eight length-wise slits, 25 crosscuts and 20 creases in a single pass.
 
Duplo adds: “Our team of experts will be on hand throughout the show to demonstrate the systems and answer any questions.”

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