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FLEXO Magazine : January 2014
Roland Graphics Get 7 Year Warranty IRVINE, CA—Roland DGA Corp. an- nounced that graphics produced with its SOLJET Pro 4 XF-640 printer and Eco-Sol MAX 2 inks now come with a seven year warranty. The warranty, known as the Avery Dennison Integrat- ed Component System Performance Guarantee, applies to graphics printed on Avery Dennison MPI 1005 Supercast media. Cyber Graphics Unveils New Logo MEMPHIS, TN—Cyber Graphics, LLC launched a new corporate logo, marking the most dramatic change in its visual identity since 2007. Using an updated version of the company ’s integrated C + G mark, a brighter blue color and new accents of gray, the logo better reflects the corporate brand as it looks toward the future in 2014. The logo also serves to unify Cyber Graphics across its three new locations, from recent acquisitions in Cleveland, OH; Milwaukee, WI and Neenah, WI. Kissner Joins Kocher+Beck as National Sales Manager LENEXA, KS—Kocher+Beck has hired Jim Kissner as its first national sales manager for the U.S. Jim holds a degree in public administration from Missouri’s William Jewell College and has 26 years of experience in sales and sales management within the printing industry. Canadian Primoflex Systems Hosts Open House CAMBRIDGE, ON, Canada—More than 50 customers and partners attended Canadian Pri- moflex Systems’ (CPS) open house event, which showcased two in line folding carton presses. The event began with a keynote from Primoflex, Apex North America and Kodak representatives, each discussing their own solutions and applications in the fold- ing carton industry, anilox roller tech- nology and platemaking, respectively. A demonstration followed, which consisted of a complete job change on CPS’ CP-700 press. “ T he changeover was completed very quickly and with a number of automated features,” said CPS President Mark Friedrich. The presses also implemented a number of value added features to make carton production more efficient and impact- ful, he noted. The job change involved eight plates, three colors, holographic casting film materials and dies and was completed in 20 minutes. Friedrich says that’s in part thanks to CPS’ tool free changeover. Both CP-700 presses at the event were sold; one to a China customer seeking to produce high end, value added cartons and the second to a customer in Africa planning to use it as a second machine to produce liquid packaging applications. www.flexography.org JANUARY 2014 FLEXO 59 MEMBERS & MANEUVERS Cyber Graphics Unveils New Corporate Logo MEMPHIS, TN: Jan. 8 – Cyber Graphics, LLC launched a new corporate logo today, marking the most dramatic change in its visual identity since 2007. Using an updated version of the company’s integrated C + G mark, a brighter blue color and new accents of gray, the logo better reflects the corporate brand as it looks toward the future in 2014. "Our new logo better communicates what Cyber Graphics stands for today," said General Manager and Director of Business Terry Young. "We've kept visual elements that reflect our heritage but we emphasized our forward-‐thinking mindset and our objectives to achieve strong growth and to drive innovation." Designed in-‐house, the new visual identity presents the company as modern and evolving, and reflects the streamlined efficiencies of their vertically integrated capabilities and services. The logo also serves to unify Cyber Graphics across its three new locations, from recent acquisitions in Cleveland, OH; Milwaukee, WI; and Neenah, WI. “With our recent growth, it was important to us to present a unified front across all of our areas of business, to remind our customers that they can always expect the same great service from Cyber Graphics,” said Young. “A refreshed logo was the perfect way to bring our nationwide locations together.” To find out more about the logo redesign process, visit the Cyber Graphics homepage (www.cybermemphis.com) or follow them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/CyberGraphicsLLC). About Cyber Graphics Cyber Graphics is a privately owned provider of creative, prepress and plate media services for flexographic printing headquartered in Memphis, TN. They serve customers worldwide by blending design creativity and skillful expertise with the technological requirements of flexographic printing. Their specialties range from creative design, digital photography, and food styling, to production art, color management, workflow, platemaking, and laser engraving.