IML / IMD / IME In the news
Fort Dearborn Company today announced that it has acquired Hammer Packaging Corporation. The combined organization takes advantage of Hammer’s state-of-the-art technology to enhance Fort Dearborn’s leadership position in the decorative label and packaging marketplace by further expanding the company’s geographic footprint, capacity and capabilities. Read the full release.
Looking to start a new IML project? Verstraete IML wants to make things especially convenient for its customers. Its whitepaper ‘How to start up an IML project’ sums up all the important information you need: from a detailed listing of all services available to an extensive overview on all stages of the ordering process. Request the white paper.
The migration behaviour of digital ink systems plays a decisive role in the selection of a digital press and determines to a large extent which application segments the printing system can cover – and to which segments it could be expanded if necessary. These comprehensive aspects of migration-optimised solutions are discussed in Xeikon's new white paper, in which Lode Deprez, Vice President Technology, provides insight into the criteria that must be taken into account when purchasing a digital printing system. Download the white paper.
In-Mold Decorating Continues to Expand (article)
The Future of In-Mold Decorating: 2020 and Beyond (article)
High-Tech Contract Decorating at Emerald Corporation
Emerald Corporation has developed its niche serving the appliance, automotive and medical industries with attention to quality and detail, high-level cleanroom and automation technology, technical expertise and supply-chain relationships that give it a competitive advantage.
In-Mold Decorating with Pre-Printed Film Inserts
Serigraph Inc. shows us how in-mold decoration cuts costs and improves quality in many applications including automobile interior parts, contoured appliance control panels, electronic devices, medical devices, sports equipment and toys. The article addresses why in-mold decoration should be considered, how to choose materials and limitations of the process.
Embracing the Challenges in IMD at Distinctive Plastics
This article, originally published in the October/November 2011 issue of Plastics Decorating, is an interesting and entertaining interview with Tim Curnutt, President of Distinctive Plastics.