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  • 22 Dec 2020

Cambridge Label installs GM DC330Mini

L-R: Shelden Hubbs, business development representative, and Deanne Sinclair, CEO of Cambridge Labels, in front of the newly installed DC330Mini

Cambridge Label team has installed Grafisk Maskinfabrik’s DC330Mini digital finishing machine single-handedly, using only a visual guide and proving the true plug and play design of this converting unit.

Canadian label converter has proven that the Dutch manufacturer’s marketing slogan, Converting Made Easy, is also applicable to the equipment’s installation process. The Cambridge Label’s team has managed to fully install a DC330MINI in just one day using only the company’s visual guide. 

The finisher, delivered in one box, after unpacking and plugging it, can start the production immediately. The configuration includes all the necessary label finishing components, such as semi-rotary die-cutting, corona treater, varnishing, laminating, and slitting units.

‘This fast and easy solution is ideal in times where travel is difficult. It helped Cambridge sorting out their acute backlog in the production. The DC330mini series is on stock at GM's facilities in both USA and Europe for instant worldwide delivery,’ said Grafisk Maskinfabrik in a statement. 

Cambridge Label is one of Canada's leading label suppliers, specializing in print for a wide range of end markets. It manufactures custom printed labels in quantities as few as 100, up to several million. 


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