GMP Laminating Machines
Since GMP (Global Manufacturing Pioneer) was established in 1985 it has become a global leader in laminating technology and films.
GMP has invested heavily in R&D and places strong emphasis on new high-quality technology development for laminating systems. As a result of the consistent efforts of their innovation GMP currently have 69 patents, 55 patents on new devices, and registered 340 design and trademark rights in the laminating field all over the world.
In order to meet various demands from markets and to supply exact solutions for diverse needs, GMP has tirelessly labored to create innovative finishing technologies for prints including the POD (Print on Demand) markets that are growing rapidly. These new POD markets are also driving further enhancements in film specification as the application of the inks and toners can cause issues for traditional style BOPP (Bi-Orientated Polypropylene) laminating films, GMP are tackling this head on with the latest in UltraBond digital films which are Xerox, Konica Minolta, Ricoh, Oce and Kodak approved whilst also offering guaranteed adhesion from more traditional water based ink applications.
GMP where also the first to introduce the new Foiling techniques which they refer to as Sleeking, these new additions offer digital printers the ability to apply special effects to their prints using GMP's patented sleeking films and foils. The latest range of machinery all arrive with the ability to sleek as standard out of the box.
The GMP Q-Topic is quickly becoming recognised as the go to machine in the digital print market.