Shuffled Ink chooses the Rollem Insignia6 Die Cutter

Shuffled Ink announced they chose the Rollem Insignia6 Die Cutter for dedicated production of specialty and game cards folding cartons.

Shuffled Ink, a family owned and operated company, has produced millions of decks of custom playing cards, card games, tarot cards and flash cards for individuals and companies around the world. Their products are manufactured at their state-of-the-art production facilities in Orlando, Florida.

Seeking to improve their production method for creating card boxes, Shuffled Ink identified Rollem’s award-winning Insignia6 die-cutter to increase the box quality along with greater production outputs. They recently received installation of Rollem’s Insignia6 Die Cutter to help produce their playing card boxes and cartons.

The Insignia Series eliminates sending out profitable work and allows for more control over production and turn-around times.  The Insignia6 has a 20×20” sheet size – this size gives the user the ability to feed sheets either portrait or landscape to maximize press sheet impositions.

The IS6 performs die cutting, kiss cutting, embossing, perforating, scoring and cut-scoring on a range of papers, plastics, PVC, styrene and polypropylenes.  It handles substrates between 0.006 – 0.024 inches thick with run speeds up to 5,000 sph. The Insignia is offered in four different size models and the X3 model handles up to 30point thicknesses. Two types of delivery units are available along with in-line folding/gluing units for uninterrupted flat sheet to folded and glued products.

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