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Touchline CF375

An integrated creasing and folding system which units the two operations in one process.

What does it do?
The Touchline generation offers more flexibility and automation than any other product in its class. The Touchline CF375 from Multigraf is an integrated creasing and folding system which units the two operations in one process. CF375 is upgradable to lengthwise perforation. Finally, it can do integrated creasing and folding all in one!

Specifications
Max size: 375 x 1050 mm
Min size: 105 x 148 mm
Folding: 6000 sheets/hour, 6 Fold types
Paper handling: 80-400 gsm, Ultrasonic double sheet detection, Suction feeder
Screen type: Touchscreen
Feeder: Pile feeder up to 660 mm
Local Contact: Dynagraph: +971 4 347 7724

When was it launched and what

MGI JETvarnish 3Ds+IFoilS

The machine that allows you to bring more value and creativity to your customers.

What does it do?
The MGI JETvarnish 3Ds +IFoilS is a dedicated spot UV coating & foiling machine, based on LED UV exclusively designed & manufactured for the short-run digital & offset print market. It takes sheet sizes from A4 to maximum of 364 mm x 1020 mm & supports 135 to 450 gsm stock thickness.  The machine is offered with an optional inline foiling system called IFoilS.  It applies foiling on

Mutoh ValueJet 1627MH

New ValueJet model that combines the benefits of eco-solvent and UV inks.

What does it do?
This is a relatively low-cost hybrid roll/sheet wide-format inkjet that uses a new MP31 ‘resin’ CMYK plus white inkset in place of the more usual UV-cure type. It’s a 1,627mm wide machine with a roll-to-roll feed for flexible media, plus removable front and back tables to support rigid media up to 16mm thick. 

When was it launched and what markets is it aimed at?
The European launch was at the end of

Crispy Mountain Keyline

A recent addition to the available MIS options intended to cover all bases.

What does it do?
Keyline is a cloud-based print production automation system with built in production scheduling, estimating and other management information functions. The software is developed and owned by Crispy Mountain in Germany.

When was it launched and what market is it aimed at?
Keyline was launched in Germany in 2014. According to Beckett “Keyline is aimed at digital and litho printers who get large numbers of