Digital Printing-Inkjet Roll-to-Roll
After debuting at Labelexpo Europe 2019, Domino has announced the official launch of its latest label embellishment solution. With Domino's new UV-curable clear ink UV67CL, users can create digital spot varnish and digital adhesive for cold foil applications using the K600i inkjet printer.
In a virtual press conference held Monday, June 15, Kodak revealed its latest lineup of new products. Among the highlights was the Uteco Sapphire EVO W, a wide version of the digital flexible packaging press featuring Kodak's inkjet technology.
Landa Digital Printing announced that Arik Gordon has joined the company as its new CEO. Gordon comes to Landa after spending 18 years with Orbotech, where he most recently worked as executive VP of strategy and growth.
Durst North America is adding resources during the COVID-19 pandemic in support of its Tau products in the market. The company is sponsoring an upcoming webinar on May 20, and has announced its headquarters has resumed full production of the Tau product line.
Domino has announced that Mike Barry has joined the company as a key account and OEM manager. Barry joins Domino having spent the last seven years with Fujifilm in a variety of positions.
SCREEN Americas has announced it has scaled its operations to provide faster delivery of equipment, parts, and services to its customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. With its technology being utilized to produce essential packaging and labels for a variety of products, SCREEN is maintaining its support of the industry while following necessary safety protocols.
In February, Abbott Label installed a Domino N610i digital UV inkjet press to expand its capabilities. President John Abbott explains why his business chose the digital UV inkjet press.
Wagner Prestige Labels, based in Sydney, Australia, installed a Durst Tau 330 RSC E inkjet label production press. This press was selected in order to ramp up the company's digital color capacity, with digital now making up 30% to 35% of Wagner's business, and to reduce waste.
Under determined new leadership, Kodak will focus both on avoiding its previous pitfalls and on doing more of the digital things it believes it does best. In a press and analyst event on March 5, company executives described plans for Kodak to serve as an industry leader in digital printing and packaging.