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  • 01 Jun 2021

Danish Elefantprint invests in GM LC350

L-R: the owners of Elefantprint: Henrik Marker and Anders Nees

Denmark-based label converter Elefantprint has invested in GM LC350, a compact and fully digital laser finishing machine, as part of the company´s strategy to offer a wider product portfolio.

Elefantprint is part of Illux, which started as an entrepreneurial business in a small basement in Herning, Denmark in 2008. With continuous growth, know-how, and investments in printing technology, its competencies, and high-quality projects have been transferred onto Elefantprint. Thanks to the latest investment in the LC350, the company can now also offer high-end label finishing to its customers.

‘With the best machinery on the market and a competent team of print specialists, we can keep costs down and quality at the top. Our investment in a GM LC350 is 100 percent in line with our mission to keep a constant focus on developing new products, services, and processes at a fair price,’ commented Henrik Marker, partner at Illux.

The GM LC350 digital finisher has a basic configuration that includes laser die-cutter, slitter, dual rewind with SmartFlexo varnish station and offers optional modules such as spot varnish, lamination, cold foil, and SmartSlit technology. 

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