French auxiliary machine maker CER is bringing its hot-stamp equipment to the United States through a sales agreement with Acromark Industries Inc. (Booth S442).
CER, part of Paris-based Dubuit Group, makes a variety of automatic and semi-automatic hot-stamping equipment, including the new Quadrax computer numerically controlled machine being introduced to the U.S. market at NPE in Chicago.
The machine is a four-axis CNC model capable of hot stamping around the periphery of shaped parts using either flat dies or silicone rollers. A shape-reading, computer-controlled laser can teach itself, enabling the machine to hot stamp different-shaped parts without reprogramming.
Acromark has produced hot-stamping equipment for more than 20 years. Its newest version of the 10-ton model 830 also is on display at its booth.