Digital Printing-Hybrid - Inkjet/Flexo
Digital and conventional printing have long been considered to be complementary technologies. However, when combined as hybrid printing technology, it can bring the best of both worlds to a single solution.
ROTOCONTROL and Domino have partnered to offer an in-line hybrid solution featuring the ROTOCONTROL DT-340 digital label finishing device with an integrated Domino N610i.
In the latest episode of the Impressions Xchange podcast, Packaging Impressions editor-in-chief Cory Francer spoke with Mark Turk, president and CEO of International Label & Printing Co. about the company's evolution into a leader in digital packaging.
Afinia Label has introduced the FP-230, a desktop digital flexible packaging press designed for short to medium runs. The press features Memjet’s Versapass DN technology and can achieve speeds up to 18 m./min.
More than 130 visitors made their way to St. Gallen, Switzerland, on Feb. 6 for the Gallus Open Day event, which showcased the latest developments in the company's Labelfire and Labelmaster printing platforms. The event included product demonstrations and an expert forum, which covered topics including low migration and digital white applications.
Domino released a new video that highlights Orion Labels' CEI BossJet powered by Domino hybrid press. Orion Labels, a manufacturer of custom printed pressure-sensitive labels, roll-fed film labels, non-pressure-sensitive labels, tags and specialty items, describes the benefits it is experiencing with the new press and the impact the device is having on the company.
To celebrate its new North American headquarters, MPS hosted an open house event on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at its new facility in Levittown, Pa. In addition to unveiling the Philadelphia-area Technology & Expertise Center, the event featured updates and presentations from MPS executives, customers, and partners.
Tokyo-based Kinyosha Printing Co. has started production on its UTECO Sapphire EVO Press, following a successful on-site acceptance test. Kinyosha will use the device to print on paper and plastic substrates across different applications, and expects to be able to expand into new business opportunities.
At the 2019 Digital Packaging Summit, a panel of three converters spanning multiple packaging segments discussed their experiences with digital package printing and the added value it brings to their customers. Listen in to some of their commentary here.