Digital Printing-Hybrid - Inkjet/Offset
Arkay Packaging of Roanoke, Va., will become the second U.S. location to install a Heidelberg Primefire 106. The company will utilize the seven-color, 40˝ B1-size inkjet press to enhance its position in the luxury packaging market.
The partnership will result in the HP Indigo Digital Pouch, a system that allows HP Indigo customers to expand their offerings in product packaging. A new lamination solution, included as part of the new offering, is promoted as a sustainable option in packaging. PRINTING United Booth 10141 and 6407, 6416.
New from Xeikon is a solution to help printers enhance and increase the range of the labels they produce — including the generation of a tactile layer, which has become “de rigueur” in luxury product markets and provides access to more profitable applications. PRINTING United Booth 9344.
Koenig & Bauer and Durst have entered into a joint venture for the development of digital printing solutions for the folding carton and corrugated segments. The joint venture will begin with the manufacturing of the VariJET digital folding carton press in time for drupa 2020.
In this webinar, we’ll hear from two package and label printers that have successfully implemented hybrid printing technology.
More than 300 converters attended a three-day event at the Mark Andy European showroom and demonstration facility in Warsaw, Poland. On display was technology that showed how hybrid can be applied to the label market with maximum effect.
Printing Industries of America (PIA) has awarded Heidelberg with a prestigious InterTech Technology Award for its Primefire 106. The Primefire 106 is the first commercially available industrial inkjet digital printing system in the 70 x 100 (40˝) format designed to achieve high production volumes.
Denver-based Warneke Paper Box recently began installation of the new Heidelberg Primefire 106, the first installation of the device in the U.S. The device will allow the package printer to expand its business to provide targeted short-run packaging and added security to cartons through variable content.
Heidelberg hosted more than 400 guests from all over the world at its recent Packaging Day at the Wiesloch-Walldorf site. Heidelberg's digital solutions were on display, including the Primefire 106, which is now installed in Heidelberg's Print Media Center Packaging.