Fine Print bolsters production with new Kama ComCut 76

Oxfordshire, UK-based marketing and promotional print company Fine Print has purchased a new Kama ComCut 76 automatic finishing die-cutter from Friedheim International. Installed at the company’s Witney facility at the start of October, the machine has already been hard at work supporting Fine Print’s wide-ranging offering, particularly in the growing area of packaging.

The Kama ComCut 76 can be used for cutting, creasing and perforating, as well as for blind embossing, Braille embossing, kiss-cutting for labels, fine cutting and kiss cutting of contours with a magnetic cutting plate. The machine can also handle a range of materials, including paper between 120 and 800 gsm, paperboard and microflute corrugated board up to 1,500 gsm and plastics such as PET, PP and PVC up to 1,500 gsm. The device has a maximum sheet size of 760 x 600mm and top cutting size of 743 x 585mm, as well as the ability to process up to 5,500 sheets per hour.

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