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Presentation Folder has seen significant growth since installing their Scodix Ultra Pro. So much so, that they recently upgraded it with a Scodix Foil Station.
“In everything we do, we strive to transform standard printed projects into distinguishable artwork for our clients,” says Mr. Chen General Manager at Dreamworks Graphic Arts Technology Co., Ltd.
“Scodix fits right in with what Dreamworks is all about. This device has two great functions, first it simplifies the complexity of UV coatings and traditional foil stamping and second the applications go way further than the traditional value-added services,” says Dan Luka, CEO and Co-Founder of Dreamworks.
Hera VP Ricardo Garcia notes, “They [Barcadi] admired our four-color press processes, but the dimensional, Scodix finishing system brought them fully onboard. From the moment we installed the Scodix system into our printing plant, customer demand for its special finishing effects has continually ascended.”
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Corporate President Darren Kenning says, “Scodix has allowed Kenning Outsource Group to leap beyond its competition. Even better, it allows our clients to leap beyond their competition, a big deal for designers, a way to enhance print in a way that hasn’t been available before. The Scodix process becomes an imaging dream come true – you immediately see and feel the difference, it’s stunning.”
Scodix enhancement technology has brought digital printing to another level, literally. If the late ESPN sportscaster Stuart Scott had ever seen (and felt) the Israeli-based OEM’s three-dimensional, raised print effect, his enthusiastic response undoubtedly would’ve been a resounding, “Booyah!”