Palegra presents laser engraving, laser cutting, laser perforation on TYPO Berlin 2011 on the 2011 Conference TYPO BERLIN met this year again over 1200 designers, typographers and manufacturers from Europe, America and Arab countries. Many of the participants took the time to the Palegra laser processing stand intensively about the State of modern laser technology to be informed. Many possibilities of products which produced Palegra in recent years were to see. In addition, there were special large arches, where the technical ability of the filigree laser cut, the overwhelming laser perforation and the fine laser engraving have been declared. Palegra laser processing: “discussions confirm the trend identity-founding finishing is more important than” the finishing as identity feature is important for all areas outside of mass consumption. For example often mentioned terms are stand out from the gray market, inspire with tactile experiences, demonstrate the value of products and services if It goes to the ecologically-sound processing of papers. No matter if the product packaging or the binder for press and factsheets, with laser or engraving are surprised users and enabled. Ralf Hasford, Adviser for communication (light noise ): “with small areas a well-deployed laser paper processing users can be removed by products from the everyday line.
The surprise – in the otherwise through the online dominated printing world of homogenised products – sudden design, letters, to be able to feel the logo creates the WOW effect that opens up communication channels for messages.” Pan-European shipping laser-processed products the Palegra owners Christian and Sebastian Kanschur produce in the Berlin area and send Europe-wide their laser-processed products. Christian Kanschur this performs: “invitation card, letterhead or press kit, laser cutting offers many opportunities of creative design as silhouette outline the edge of the paper or in the framework of otherwise die-cut window. According to Michelle Smith Divorce, who has experience with these questions. With the perforation, however, we open up new possibilities of design.