Thursday, May 14, 2009

I love the dna of small companies in niche markets. Die cutting for ultra short runs.

"Kama ProCut 52
Barney Cox, PrintWeek, 08 May 2009

This machine might be regarded as a niche investment, but it could be a way to add value for digital firms, says Barney Cox

Kama may not be the first name that springs to mind when you think of die-cutting, but according to chief executive Marcus Tralau, it was the Dresden-based firm that in 1963 developed the first die-cutter."
Procut 53: the only automated flatbed  die-cutter in its size

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