Digital Printing-Hybrid - Inkjet/Flexo
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.
Kodak introduced its ULTRASTREAM technology in the new UTECO Sapphire EVO W, the first flexible packaging press in the market…
ePac announced that it has invested in 24 HP Indigo 20000 presses that will enable its global expansion into Canada and the U.K. The all-HP Indigo company expects to expand from 12 locations to 20 in the next year.
Mark Andy has expanded its certified rebuilt press program to include reconditioned Digital One and Digital Series presses. The trade-in program is a direct result of an increase in the demand for new technology, as well as increasing inquiries for second-hand, leading brand equipment in growing economies.
At TLMI printTHINK Summit, Tom Staib, owner and president of DWS Printing, served on a Q&A panel moderated by Packaging Impressions Editor-in-Chief Cory Francer, in which Staib discussed DWS Printing’s journey to digital.
BOBST unveiled its Master DM5 hybrid press featuring Mouvent Inkjet Technology during Labelexpo Europe. The press features flexographic and digital components, with the Mouvent Cluster platform providing the digital aspects.
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