Acquisition trail takes Ricoh to ColorGate
12 Nov 2018
The CreaseStream 75 was developed for companies processing wide format work
CreaseStream will launch its CreaseStream 75 creasing/cutting solution at The Print Show this year.
This latest addition to the range was developed for digital print companies processing wide format banner/poster work that might have limited options to complete finishing in-house.
The manually-fed CreaseStream 75 allows users to trim all four edges of a sheet whilst adding in two creases so that hand folding can be carried out to complete the finish. A fully automatic version that adds in a mechanical inline folding mechanism is in advanced development, and elements of that project will be available on the stand for part demonstration and discussion purposes.
Jack Harris, managing director commented, 'The number of requests we have received from companies who struggle to trim their posters using their in-house guillotines has increased in the last 12 months and we decided to be the first company to react to the challenge. Our CreaseStream 75 will offer up a cost-effective solution to a problem in print that is growing, and we even have the technology to trim even wider and finish faster than our competitors.'