It goes without saying that, for a long time, the primary purpose of packaging was to protect the product inside – but now it is also all about creating visually strong packaging with a focus on recognition factor and brand staging. While conventional advertising is increasingly losing relevance, packaging is steadily becoming a more important tool for influencing purchase decisions. Today’s customer is much more likely to be impressed by visual and tactile experiences than by abstract promises of happiness. The result: packaging is one of the few growth segments in the print market, and it is currently conquering a brand new segment – the market for small print runs.
So you want to establish yourself in this market? Then you are going to need machines that deliver the same efficiency and flexibility for finishing as they do for printing. With the solutions from KAMA you can keep your finger on the pulse of the moment and put yourself in the perfect position to respond to your customers’ requests. This applies equally to the growing demand for version-controlled or personalised packaging in digital printing and to on-demand small printing runs or medium-sized batches of high-quality offset-printed packaging.
Our multifunctional machines cover all the important finishing work steps: from cutting, creasing, embossing and stripping to special finishing techniques like hot foil stamping.
We also have a world first fully automated folder-gluer for small order sizes. The applications run efficiently and with minimal changeover times and can be integrated in a networked workflow if required.
We offer a complete workflow for folding box production after printing - from die cutting/creasing/stripping to folding and gluing.
Are you planning to enter the booming market for short-run packaging jobs? The finishing die cutter DC 76 Foil with the tool-free KAMA stripper will get your post-press setup fit for the production of glossy, enhanced cartons and for the high demands of brand manufacturers.
Cost-effective production of digitally printed folded cartons and small SKUs: KAMA has developed the FF 52i for this attractive market. With the first fully automated folded carton gluing machine for short runs, order changes can be implemented in record time (just a few minutes). This allows version-controlled and individualised print runs to become profitable – whether straight-line boxes, cushioned packaging or lock bottom boxes.
The Cockpit serves to optimize work preparation and sets the course for Print 4.0: The Job-Manager software links the KAMA solutions with your MIS and enables data exchange through to further processing. Your electronic job control thus covers the entire workflow. The CPX positioning system can be integrated into the Cockpit.
In view of the high costs of printing and falling batch sizes, digital printing and the subsequent post-press processes offer a valuable contribution to companies of all sizes in terms of added value.
Unlimited design options, comfortable handling, sustainable materials: here are good reasons why folded cartons have been an absolute classic in the world of packaging for over 150 years.
From the classic die-cutting and embossing machine to the finishing die-cutter with toolfree stripping and blanking.