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Posted on 12 June 2019

PDS at Print Forum 2019

PrintForum2019, taking place June 13 at The International Centre in Mississauga, Ont., brings you nearly two dozen vendors with the latest in print technology and services. Don't miss your opportunity to see exciting demos and learn how these technologies can benefit your production floor.

PDS, established in 1984, has become the go-to distributor for print finishing equipment and supplies in Canada. Representing the most advanced technological manufacturers in the world including Duplo, Multigraf Touchline, OKI and MBM. Supplies include lamination, digital foil, t-shirt transfers and just recently, PDS has become the exclusive Ontario dealer for Mark Andy Print Consumables including the trademarks of ABDick and Presstek.

PDS will be displaying the latest equipment from the top manufacturers in the world at PrintForum 2019. The DDC810 Spot UV Coater for print embellishment from Duplo is rapidly becoming the new look for print. PDS will have a running video and print samples available from the DDC810. Also on display will be the DFL500 3-in-1 laminator that coats, foils and laminates. The OKI 942DP is a CMYK + White Media Envelope Printer, which will allow you to print on light or dark stocks, and up to 52-inch banners. It will also print as small as 3 x 5-inch cards, run #10 envelopes at 4,000 per hour, run extra thick stock up to 18 pt. at the lowest cost per print for CMYK + White.

The best way to fold and crease is the Touchline CF375 from swiss manufacturer Multigraf. Up to 6,000 sheets per hour and up to 400 gsm. Will take sizes up to 14.76 x 39.37 inches, with a 7-inch air and vacuum top load feeder. This high quality fold and crease unit will not disappoint, PDS says.

The Duplo 616Pro Crease, Slit, Cut and Perf is the perfect finishing solution for the short run on demand digital printer. This all-in-one finisher can process up to six slits, 25 cuts, and 20 creases in a single pass. The CCD Scanner recalls any job stored in memory simply by reading the printed barcode and will automatically set up the job.

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