“We bought our first Nilpeter press in 1994, which was coined 'Rotopress' at the time. It was a 6-color 10” press, and it quickly became a workhorse given its capabilities, speeds, and ease of use. We have since bought several more presses from Nilpeter, all based on the experience with that first machine," said Thomas E. Gornall Jr., plant superintendent, General Data Company, Inc.
“I installed their first machine in 1994, and a few more, before moving into sales. The new FB-3300S installed last month will add new opportunities to the already long list of specialized medical products. With UV/hot air and auto registration, this servo-driven machine can run thin films one minute and 14 pt tags the next,” added Tom Strunk, senior sales consultant, Nilpeter USA, Inc.