- September 05, 2013
BROOKFIELD, WI | Colordyne Technologies (CDT) will exhibit a comprehensive lineup of digital presses at the co-located PRINT 13 and CPP EXPO shows, September 8–12, at Chicago’s McCormick Place in Booth 1867.
The exhibit will highlight company’s latest digital label printing solutions, powered by Memjet technology, said to offer true, flexo-like print quality with cost effectiveness.
“Brand owners should not have to settle for finished labels that look and feel differently from traditionally established and accepted print methods, just because they are digitally produced,” says CDT president Sean Marske. “…our mission has always been to engineer digital printing solutions for the converter that effectively augment their CMYK flexographic printing services, and the 1600-PC Series achieves this goal.”
Company says by incorporating its digital solutions, converters can profitably queue mixed-copy and mixed-color print runs in succession as efficient, stand-alone jobs. In addition, shorter print runs can be broken out of large, multi-job blanket orders and produced on the 1600-PC to complement traditional flexo printing and boost profits.
Line of modular, scalable digital production solutions includes the 1600-PC Rotary Pro, which can utilize existing rotary die inventories; the 1600-PC Laser Pro requiring no mechanical dies or tools (the laser will die-cut, perf, and score); the 1600-PC Pro Series with laminating, varnishing, and slitting as all standard features. Custom configurations are available.