Duplo to showcase print embellishment and production finishing solutions at Print 17

Duplo DDC-810.
The Duplo DDC-810 Raised Spot UV Coater.

Duplo USA is gearing up to exhibit in its largest booth space ever (booth 1225) at Print 17. A complete range of print finishing solutions, from slitter/cutter/creaser/folders and die cutters, to booklet makers, perfect binders and UV coaters, will be showcased – with the OEM’s new DDC-810 Raised Spot UV Coater taking centre stage. A number of other new products will be on display, including the DC-516 Multi-Finisher and the DFL-500 Coat/Foil/Laminator. Duplo will be running live jobs throughout the show, “demonstrating the high automation and unique precision of its value-added products.” Duplo will also be offering 15-minute presentations at its Print Shop in a Box inside the booth. Learn how to leverage finishing intelligence and print technologies to create an integrated production environment. See how a small to medium-sized printer can produce complex, high quality jobs with only a few strategic pieces of equipment. The live presentation will take place at the top of every hour during the first four days of the show.

Duplo DC-516.
Duplo DC-516.

Featured solutions will include the new DDC-810 Raised Spot UV Coater, the DC-746 Integrated Folding System, new DC-516 Multi-Finisher, 600i Duetto Booklet System, DM Collating System, UD-300 Rotary Die Cutter, the new DFL-500 Coat/Foil/Laminator, the new CC-229 Card Cutter, new 486P Electric Cutter, the Ultra 200 Pro UV Coater, DB-290 Perfect Binder and the 600i Pro In-line System. Folding solutions will also be on display including the DF-1200, DF-980, and DF-970 Tabletop Folders, along with the CF375 Touchline high-speed creaser/folder and CP375 DUOTF Touchline creaser/perforator/folder. Outside booth 1225, Duplo will be showcased in several partner booths. KMBS will have the DC-646 Slitter/Cutter/Creaser and UD-300 Die Cutter on its floor. The new Duplo Dual Mode Sheet Feeder will be shown in the Xerox booth. Canon will exhibit the DC-646 along with its print solutions.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.