The machine was donated by the Intl. Corrugated Packaging Foundation, and its contributor, the Bobst Group. The upgrade is part of Phase II for the school’s Printing and Converting Research Center. Phase II will focus on wide- and narrow-web printing and converting capabilities to serve students and industries for training and testing services. Those interested in helping the school finalize Phase II can call Dr. Sam T. Ingram at 864/656-3447, or visit www.clemson.edu.
Clemson upgrades printing/converting facilities
Clemson University is upgrading its Printing/Converting facilities in a new building that will house a new three-color rotary die-cutter for corrugated applications.
Aug 31st, 2003
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