KAMA has been putting its stamp on the future for over 125 years.

Some innovations from the past 20 years at a glance

2017KAMA expands the JobManager software for machine networking, process optimisation and automation.
2016At drupa the Dresden-based company presents the “Generation Servo” of the ProCut 76 Foil with doubled output for hot foil stamping.
2015KAMA launches the first fully automatic folder-gluer FlexFold 52i. Changeovers at record speed make the production of digitally printed packaging and small SKU's profitable.
2014KAMA presents the SBU inline stripper for tool-free stripping and blank separation.
2012KAMA launches the AutoRegister. It ensures precise registration accuracy for each sheet – also with digital printing.
In the same year the company also presents the new ProCut 76 Foil, with new features, a servo-driven sheet feeder and the larger sheet size of 760 x 600 cm.
2010The “JobPlanner” is released for software-supported setup of the ProFold 74 folder-gluer.
2008At drupa KAMA presents the world’s first die cutting machine for the classical digital print format: ProCut 58.
2007KAMA launches the ProFold 74 folder-gluer with a patented, grid-controlled tool mounting system.
2006New design for the ProCut 74 finishing die cutter, with new options and higher output. A device for hologram stamping is also developed.
2005The hot-cut system for cutting plastic materials on KAMA ProCut die cutting machines is ready for market.
2002KAMA launches a hot foil stamping module for the ProCut models; since then, these have been the die cutting and finishing machines with the widest range of applications.