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Multiple Pakfold Business Forms provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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Multiple Pakfold Business Forms, MP Short Run and MP Label are highlighting their short-, medium- and long-run forms, cheques and labels. The company will also be highlighting its new digital label capabilities.
MPI Print provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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MPI Print is a trade printing operation based out of Concord, Ontario. The company specializes in high-volume sheetfed and web printing in addition to digital print capabilities. In December 2016, MPI Print installed a new Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS C1100, which also included an inline SD-506 Booklet Maker. The colour toner press is integrated with the IC-310 Fiery RIP with Graphics Arts Package, Impose & Compose, Konica Minolta Color Care Software with FD-Auto Scanner, and an HM-101 inline humidifier.
    
MPI Print describes itself as a one-stop shop for printing services, explaining it holds one of the largest trade sheetfed divisions in Canada. in 2014 MPI invested $12 million in a second print facility in Mississauga, Ontario. This facility houses a fully automated KBA 32pg web press as well as its newest sheetfed press, a 40-inch Mitsubishi UV machine. MPI Print also explains it holds one of the largest trade binderies in the country.
National Research Council provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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NRC is highlighting its passive components/devices such as printed conductive lines/connections, resistors, capacitors, and inductors that are basic building blocks in any electronic circuits. Using screen printing, flexo printing and inkjet printing processes, NRC has developed a suite of high conductivity metal lines/connections, precision resistors, UV-curable dielectrics. It can be used for printing high conductivity Ag-based HF RFID antennas in ID card/passport applications.

NRC is also highlighting its hybrid solution circuits, using both silicon ships and printed electronic components to form functional electronic circuits/systems – maximizing the benefit of Si-based electronic circuits (fast, high integration density) and printed components.

NRC is also highlighting its active components in the field of organic photovoltaic solar cells through the development of flexible electroluminescent lamps, using screen printing. The cells/detectors are stable more than two years under ambient condition without encapsulation.
PDS provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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PDS is displaying the OKI 900 series of printing systems, including the Xpress 942 with single pass, CMYK + White printing, as well as 1,200 x 1,200 LED print-heads that handle a range of media stocks of up to 52 inches. The system, according to PDS,  prints vibrant full colour on dark coloured and transparent medias. An optional envelope feeder and conveyor can be added for full envelope production.
    
The Duplo DC616Pro is a finishing system for short-run and on demand printing. It is designed to eliminate white borders and prevent toner cracking on colour documents. The all-in-one DC616Pro systems can process up to six slits, 25 cuts and 20 creases in a single pass. Providing fully automatic setup and quick changeovers, the DC-616 & DC-616 PRO can finish different applications.

PDS is also displaying a range of creasing, folding and controlled perforating systems from MultiGraf AG. The standalone or combined machines in the MultiGraf Touchline series include the CF375 folder, creaser CP Mono controlled perforation and creasing, CP 375 Duo to crease up and down, two folds, and have controlled perforation in both directions. This system works in one pass with speeds up to 6,000 sheets per hour.
Primera Technology provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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CX1200 Digital Color Label Press features print speeds of up to 16.5 feet per minute and a maximum print width of 8.25 inches. It is designed to produce short-run, full-colour label printing.
    
The company’s FX1200 finishing system is designed to laminate and die-cut any shape or size label of up to 8.25-inch wide. The system also removes waste and allows for slitting up to seven rolls and rewinds. Primera describes the FX1200s as an all-in-one off-line solution that produces rolls of finished labels.

The LX2000 colour label printer is Primera’s newest and fastest pigment inkjet label printer. The LX2000, according to the company, represents a new product class in desktop label printing. It features large, separate ink cartridges for cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, which Primera explains helps keep cost per label low. The LX2000 can print at speeds of up to six inches per second. Printed labels can include photos, graphics, illustrations and text, as well as high-resolution linear or two-dimensional barcodes.
Ricoh Canada provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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The new Pro C5200s and Pro C5210s produce colour and black-and-white documents at up to 65 and 80 ppm, respectively, reaching VCSEL resolutions of up to 1,200 x 4,800-dpi. Along with optional oversized media support, the Pro C5200s works with medias of up to 360 gsm simplex and 300 gsm duplex at 13 x 19.2 inch standard format. The optional oversized media support provides a 13 x 27.5 inch format.

The Pro C7100 X Series is a 5-station toner-based colour production print system with the ability to print using Clear, White, and now Neon Yellow Toner, which further expands the press’ application range.

The Pro 8200 Series includes black-and-white multi-function production systems to provide best-in-class image quality at reliable high speeds. Ricoh explains the systems provide sharp output with high registration across a range of media. The company describes the  Pro 8200 Series as an end-to-end document production system for high volumes, available with a full suite of finishing options. The Pro 8200 Series can print up to 96 pages per minute.
Roland DGA provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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The Texart XT-640 is described as a high-volume dye-sublimation printer available in 64-inch and 54-inch models. The Texart XT-640 inkjet printer/cutters are designed to produce work like decals and labels, banners, signs, vehicle graphics and posters. Because we know you need to be able to produce it all – on demand. More efficiently and productively than ever.

The VersaUV LEF-300 benchtop UV flatbed printer can handle a range of substrates like PET, ABS and polycarbonate, soft materials such as TPU and leather, as well as three-dimensional items ranging from smart phone cases and laptop covers to signs, giftware and promotional items. Roland explains the LEF-300’s built-in vacuum table helps hold thin and soft materials in place, allowing for easier job setup and eliminating errors.

The TrueVIS VG-640 large-format inkjet printer/cutter uses TrueVIS INK, which Roland describes as being more vibrant and cost-effective than earlier models. It also features new cutting technology that increases accuracy relative to older generation systems, as well as technology to communicate with existing phones and tablets. TrueVIS VG Series inkjet printer/cutters are available in 64-inch and 54-inch models.
RS International Canada provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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PX-181 is described by RS International as a high-quality affordable calender heat transfer system specifically designed for sign and print shops seeking to expand their product offerings. By adding on the optional work table, users can transition between roll-to-roll production and per-piece production. The PX-181 features what the company describes as a heavy-duty steel frame construction. It also leverages infrared heating technology as a transfer system.

The BMA-160/350LH multi-applicator features full LED illumination and height adjustable. The company describes it as a fast and efficient system for laminating, mounting and pre-masking needs. The Bobis 3.5 metre (138 inch) multi-applicatoris is a flatbed application table that RS International describes as simple to install.
Sign Association of Canada provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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Since 1955 the Sign Association of Canada (SAC-ACE) has focused on promoting the welfare of the sign industry, with the goal of improving the status of its members in the community. However, the Sign Association of Canada explains that the traditional boundaries of the sign industry have expanded due to the rapidly changing level of technology and the evolution of the commercial marketplace.
SmartSoft provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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PressWise is an end-to-end SaaS-based MIS and Print Workflow Automation solution that comes complete with features like unlimited Web storefronts, estimating, quoting, order processing, complete shipping integration, fulfillment and the ability to integrate with most third-party storefronts and existing back-end accounting systems.

Frameworks Canada is what the company describes as a cutting-edge SERP recognized Address Accuracy and Postal Presorting product. Frameworks Canada Mailers Edition is a fully-featured, all-in-one SERP Recognized postal software solution, designed to save the user time and maximize postal discounts by presorting your mail to Canada Post specifications.
Southwest Bindings provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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ALM 3230 Mini is the next generation, fully automated one- to two-sided print laminator that can work with up to 13 x 19-inch sheets. The machine, according to Southwest Bindings, features ultra quick warm up and automatically feeds up to 100 sheets – and with laminate and trim in one pass. Available film for the system includes 1.2-, 1.5-, 3- and 5-mil thickness.

The Koilmatic Auto Inserter and Crimper is an affordable fully electric tabletop automatic coil inserter designed to bin up to 450 books per hour. The company explains no tools are required for basic setup and change, with an LCD screen guiding operators through setup and operation. Having a vertical book placement can accommodate tabs or wider covers. Southwest Bindings explains the system provides consistent simultaneous crimping on both coil ends and a low maintenance design.
Sydney Stone provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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Duplo Spot UV Coater produces raised and dimensional UV effects. Inclusive of an automatic air feeder, sheet sizes up to 14.33 x 29.13 inches. Sydney Stone explains the Duplo Spot UV Coater operates a lower capital cost and lower consumable cost than current competitors.
    
Morgana DigiFold PRO 385 is a high-speed creaser folder with fully automatic setup and deep pile feeder. It is the newest addition to the Morgana range of folder/creasers. The DigiFold Pro 385 is the fourth generation of the DigiFold series, offering new levels of automation to meet range of printed applications. It is specifically designed for digital and litho printers who have a need to crease and fold digitally printed, heavy weight or cross grained stock.
 
instaFOIL is a new product to create short run spot foil for digital printers. instaFoil is used in conjunction with a laminator in order to apply foil in house. The product is available in nine colours including Gold, Silver, Gloss, Green, Red, Matte Gold, Medium Blue, Dark Blue, Pink and Red. Sydney Stone is providing swatch books for instaFOIL at Graphics Canada.
Unibind provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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CM750  UniFoil Printer allows users to personalize books, notebooks, agenda, contracts. The UniFoil Printer is a digital printer that prints foil directly from a digital file on any flat surface. The company explains users can create personalize products in-house with the product by  connecting the UniFoilPrinter to a computer, downloading the software and start printing.

The CaseMaker 650 is the perfect case making solution for short-run personalized cases. It allows users to create a hard cover, ringbinder or display in what Unibind describes as an easy and maintenance-free way with the Unibind CasePlanos. An easy and error free case making process, thanks to the premade CasePlanos. Cost-efficient:

The CasePlanos machine can be operated by a minimal trained operator, according to the company, as it does not require setup and change-over time. Unibind explains it only takes a few minutes to produce a personalized hard cover with the technology.
Value-Rite a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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Value-Rite is showcasing what the company describes as a complete integration of  technology to custom decorate fabric, metal, plastic, glass, vinyl, and ceramics using Sublimation, UV printing, Solvent, transfers. Value-Rite represents Epson, Mimaki, Okidata, Sawgrass, Forever, Chromaluxe and Implusa.

This includes the all-new Epson SureColor F9200 which is described as a fast, economical medium- to-large volume dye-sublimation transfer printer. It runs at speeds up to 1,044 square feet per hour and widths of up to 64-inches. The printing systems includes Epson’s PrecisionCore TFP print heads, an integrated roll-to-roll media support system with high accuracy winding, and new dye-sublimation ink technology - Epson UltraChrome DS with High Density Black.
Zünd provides a preview of the following Graphics Canada 2017 booth highlights.

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Zünd Design Center ZDC is a user-friendly Adobe Illustrator plug-in to create three-dimensional designs for packaging and displays. It provides a library of templated designs in folding carton and corrugated cardboard. The software includes a 3D preview tool to consider measurements, logos, patterns and other graphic elements. Even though Zünd’s primary focus will be on software and workflow, Zünd is also showcasing the versatility of its M-2500 cutting system.

Zünd will be cutting one or more jobs with boxes or displays available in Zünd Design Center and nested with Prep Center. The company explains it will show visitors how easy these production process are, from prepress to finished product. Zünd will also show how they are subsequently handled in Zünd Cut Center with QR-code capture and many other features, including flip&cut, using a Zünd cutting system. - See more at: https://www.printaction.com/headlines/zund-graphics-canada-4030#sthash.votRo9Fw.dpuf
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