Press Release: C.J. Graphics first in Canada with Highcon Euclid II+ digital die cutter

> September 8, 2015 CJ Graphics Inc. News, Press Release, Technology

TORONTO-C.J. Graphics, one of Canada’s leading-edge graphic arts companies, is taking the lead in transforming die cutting and creasing into a digital process with the first installation in Canada of the Highcon™ Euclid II+.

“The Euclid is a game-changing, revolutionary die-cutting device. It handles a 40” sheet, it’s fast, and the shapes you can cut are limited only by your imagination. We’re proud to be the first in Canada to offer this service to our clients,” says Jay Mandarino, CEO and president of C.J. Graphics.

The Euclid transforms cutting and creasing from an analog to a digital process. A high-quality laser cutting system works at production speed and delivers advantages such as greater design flexibility, faster time to market, greater efficiency, digital storage of files, and increased sustainability. The machine handles labels, paper, cartonboard and microflute, supporting both conventional and digital presses.

As a result, C.J. Graphics will be able to produce in-house, on demand, arresting products with highly intricate cuts and etching effects that traditional cutters simply cannot achieve.

C.J. Graphics is a member of the C.J. Group of Companies, one of the largest privately owned communications and graphics solutions fi rms in Canada. With 24 companies, and growing, under its umbrella, the C.J. Group of Companies offers a complete suite of services that includes traditional lithography, digital printing, large-format production, screen printing, interactive solutions, bindery services, fulfillment and logistics services, and publishing.

Jay Mandarino founded C.J. Graphics more than 35 years ago and has steadily grown it into the multi-faceted company it is today. It recently opened a third, custom-built state-of-the-art facility in Toronto, and is continuing to grow.

For more information, contact

Jay Mandarino
CEO and President
C.J. Group of Companies