Digital Printing-Inkjet Roll-to-Roll
Domino has announced that it will reveal its Generation 7 inkjet technology in a virtual event to be held on Wednesday, Sept. 30. The launch comes as Domino approaches the milestone of 1,000 installations of its Generation 6 platform.
New research from NAPCO Research and Memjet reveals how today’s inkjet printing systems enable printers and converters to transition work from analog to digital, meet new customer demands, and create new opportunities.
While the lockdowns that stemmed from the coronavirus pandemic initially led to a slowdown at U.K.-based Colorscan, the label segment of its business increased during this time frame. The company's Durst Tau 330 RSC E has helped it take on these new opportunities.
Responding to increased interest in food safety and ever-stricter regulation, inkjet printer manufacturer Screen has teamed up with adhesives specialist Lintec to ensure the safety of low migration (low permeability) labels and adhesives for packaged food.
SCREEN Americas announces the decision of its corporate parent, SCREEN GA, to withdraw from participation in drupa 2021. However, the company's new Elk Grove Village, Ill., headquarters will feature a new Customer Experience Center, allowing for demonstrations of the company’s leading edge digital inkjet printing technology.
In a new report from NAPCO Media, which was sponsored by Memjet, approximately 300 label and packaging printers shared their insights into why digital printing and inkjet technology are poised for substantial growth across the label and packaging landscape.
Inkjet technology is rapidly gaining steam across the printing industry, and packaging is no exception. In this latest report from NAPCO Research, printers and converters share their experiences with digital printing and the ways they have deployed inkjet in their own operations.
Domino has announced that Shane Govert has joined the company as product manager supporting the label and corrugated markets, as well as aftermarket. Govert joins Domino after spending the last five years with Fujifilm in the commercial/offset, flexographic, and digital printing markets.
With the rapid rise of e-commerce resulting from COVID-19, the Domino K600i digital UV inkjet printer has provided a solution for the increased demand for variable data labels. The K600i can be integrated onto flexo presses, rewinders, or finishing systems.