Rollem Announces Additional Insignia6 Die Cutter Installations

Written July 1, 2019

Categories: Commercial Printing, Commercial Printing, Industry News, News

The Lynx Group Inc. located in Salem, Ore., on their Insignia6 sheet-fed Die Cutter.
Today, more than ever, print buyers are looking for a single solution to their many printing needs. The Lynx Group is a single source provider for printing, binding, assembly, mailing and distribution.

Per Scott Rowland of the Lynx Group, “The Insignia machine has been so amazing for our requirements including educational cards, children’s games and more. Before the Insignia, the finishing process involved separate cutting and round cornering machines. The Insignia is capable of converting the cards in one process, which has sped up our process, improved the quality and increased our profits.”

Insignia systems include a waste removal or stripping unit to remove the matrix and deliver the finished products on to a shingle conveyor or a receding bin stacker.

Exalt Printing Solutions in Carrollton, Texas, also recently installed their Insignia6 Die Cutter. Exalt provides managed print and marketing solutions to a wide range of industries, offering a full range of print, promotion, fulfillment and logistics services. The Insignia6 is being utilized for various die cut applications including pocket folders, door hangers, postcards and more.

The 20-by-20-inch sheet size enables maximum utilization of sheet imposition with the ability to feed sheets either portrait or landscape into the die cutter. Functions include die cutting, kiss cutting, embossing, perforating, scoring, creasing and hole punching, as with all Insignia models.