4 June 2014
A new Duplo for Advocate Printing
DIEPPE, NB—Advocate Printing and Publishing, with locations across the east coast of Canada, had added a Duplo 646 slitter, cutter, creaser and perforator to its shop floor. Sydney Stone in Toronto, installed the machine.


Advocate’s Mike Caissie, prepress technician, and Tom Badger, general manager, with the new Duplo 646.

The Duplo DC-646 is designed to create a multitude of unique full-bleed applications with more efficiency and flexibility. It performs up to 8 slits, 25 cuts and 20 creases in a single pass, eliminates white borders and prevents toner cracking on fold lines up to 30 sheets per minute.

Advocate's origins date back to 1891 and it currently prints everything from national flyers and magazines to banners, brochures, hockey pucks and business cards.

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