MGI iFOIL S Printing Press

MGI iFOIL S Printing Press

Create digitally-made embossed foil without the need for expensive dyes
Variable data foil that is unique to the market
UV spot, 3D Emboss and Hot Foil in one pass
Handles sizes from 8-1/2” x 11” to 14.33” x 40.15”


The MGI iFOIL S helps complement your MGI JETvarnish 3DS with inline embossing and hot foil stamping through a 100 percent digital process. Add foil with virtually no set up and at high speeds, but also provide the ability to offer a new, never-before-seen finish; the personalization of embossed hot foil stamping.

Inline spot UV coater. Hot foil stamping. And never-before-seen finishes for creative impact. Adding the MGI JETvarnish 3DS and iFOIL S to your production floor can help your business attract new clients — and grow current business — with cost-effective, creative capabilities beyond the reach of traditional production techniques.

Clients today require more impact from their print communications. This printing press does just that, giving you a number of creative offerings that can boost your revenue and increase profit margins. From spot-varnish and embossing to never-before-seen variable hot foil stamping, the MGI JETvarnish 3DS and iFOIL S leverages the power of digital production — offering your customers greater impact at a lower cost. And positions your business for growth.

Other Features

  • Spectacular and unique effects are now available within a 100% digital process
  • Inline module that connects to the JETvarnish 3DS and allows the application of real foil
  • Provides an unlimited choice of different colors and glamorous effects
  • Embossing and debossing
  • Multiple colored foils applied in one pass (up to two colors)
  • Variable data foiling (VDF) on Hot Foil Stamping and/or Spot UV Coating (text or image)
  • Exclusive capability to foil and emboss on most matte or glossy laminated surfaces with or without aqueous coating, layered paper, plastic, PVC and other coated materials
  • Cost of production is a fraction of traditional analogue methods