Kluge is more than great Foil Stampers, Die Cutters and Embossers
When you think of Kluge you think of strong platen presses . . . high quality machines that last forever.
However, that’s not the only item on the menu!
Kluge also represents a variety of other specialty print finishing and converting equipment such as UV coaters, laser processing for folding cartons, large format diecutters, blanking machines and a digital metal foil process.
UV coating protects finished products from wear and tear and gives a high end finished look to all printed projects. Kluge offers the OmniCoat series in 18″, 30″, and wide format sizes.
The OmniFold series is built to maximize converting capabilities while minimizing set-up time. Kluge designed this machine to grow with printers’ needs. From pocket folders to boxes and everything in between.
Kluge and LasX Industries co-market CartonsInMinutes® on demand laser processing and converting solutions for folding cartons and other folded and glued products. This process utilizes digital workflow technologies, combining laser processing with a short run folder gluer to produce low volume printed carton runs. A cost-effective tool for the production of folding cartons.
Large Format foil stamping, automatic diecutting and creasing machine, the Brausse 1050SE is designed for maximum productivity. The microprocessor assisted monitoring and self-diagnosis system makes maintenance simple. The press style feed head allows for accurate feeding of a wide range of stock and is easy to adjust. With a non-stop feeder and non-stop delivery, you can achieve continuous productivity. The Brausse 1050SEF is the full package.
The TXR-800 and TXR-1100 Series Blanking Systems are offline machines that automatically separates, or blanks, die cut sheets of stock. As a factory authorized dealer, Kluge can provide support, spare parts and training on all TXR Blanking Systems.
Kluge partners with KURZ to co-market The DM-LINER®. This machine allows a digital transfer of metallization’s onto paper and cardboard stock. The transfer process is upstream of the digital color printing. The designs to be metallized are first printed with toner or electro-ink; then, the DIGITAL METAL® foil is transferred by the DM-LINER® and the PET carrier is removed. For processing, the DM-LINER® can be supplied by sheets as well as rolls.
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