23 July 2013
Gravure Choquet adds another Kluge machine
MONTREAL—Gravure Choquet has installed a Kluge 14" x 22" foil stamping, embossing and diecutting machine to its fleet of 24 finishing devices. This marks its fifth Kluge EHD.

The new Kluge is configured with an optional re-load magazine to load sheets without halting the press. "The ease of feeding and makeready make it a good choice for our small quantity, short runs that would be too time consuming on a larger press," said owner Patrick Choquet in a release. Founded in 1973, trade finisher Gravure Choquet serves a range of clients including advertising agencies and printing plants.


From left: master press operator Douglas Lambert, press operator Dominic Gendron, and Kluge field service technician Andy Dvorsky


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