YOUR PRINT SOLUTION, based in High Wycombe, UK, have recently installed a Kluge EHD Foil Stamping, Embossing and Die Cutting Platen Press. The press was fully re-manufactured at the Kluge facility in St Croix Falls, Wisconsin, USA and delivered with Adjustable Impression – an optional feature which decreases make-ready time and allows the impression to be infinitely adjusted with the simple turn of a handle. Designed to accommodate sheets up to 17”x24.75” (431mmx628mm) with up to 40 square inches of die area, the Kluge EHD is known for providing years of reliable service and is well established within the industry as the standard by which all presses in its class are measured.
Established in 2006 by Steven Brown and David Jackson, Your Print Solution brought together both Brown’s and Jackson’s respective expertise. The pair originally met at college in 1984 and spent the following 18 years independently building their skills and growing their proficiency within big name print companies. Between them, they have many decades of knowledge and experience covering the full range of print services, from design and artwork, to color reprographics and marketing.
Today, Your Print Solution employs 19 people and specializes in developing Web2print, Marketing Portals, and all forms of digital print using HP Indigo technology. Your Print Solution can boast many high profile clients including YMCA, 20th Century Fox and EuroCar Parts, to name just a few.
Steven Brown of Your Print Solution says “we believe that technology and the right equipment is key to the continued success of YPS and we have made a number of key purchases recently”. He continues, “we first came across Kluge at Drupa 2016 when we were seeking out die cutting and foiling options. Having not previously been familiar with their products, we were very impressed with the foiling and embossing on the Kluge which was far superior to anything we had seen before”. Brown adds, “the Kluge adds perfectly to our internal finishing capabilities and will allow us to both foil and die cut in-house, thereby keeping control of time critical jobs”.