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Domino announces presence at the Tax Stamp Forum 2017

K600i B2 Sheet-Fed Solution

Domino Digital Printing Solutions announces their attendance at this year’s Tax Stamp Forum in Berlin, the only global event thats sole focus is to help provide practical solutions to anti-counterfeiting and combating the illegal trade. Taking place on the 30th January - 1st February, visitors will be able to view the company’s latest print samples produced by the Domino K600i and discuss the print requirements with key Domino spokespersons.

Ideal for overprinting variable and secure data onto tax stamps, seals, labels, tickets and other security documents, the Domino K600i with scalable print widths ranging from 108mm to 782mm, can be easily integrated onto existing production lines.

The K600i offers the perfect combination of high speed and high quality print; and its excellent adhesion properties enable it to print variable data, text, graphics, barcodes and QR codes onto a wide range of delicate substrates and security foils.

Domino’s innovative digital cold foiling solution represents a unique proposition for security applications designed to prevent parallel trade and anti-counterfeit activity. The combination of holographic foil with digitally created images provides additional product complexity and makes counterfeiting increasingly difficult to achieve.

Vlad Sljapic, Director of Digital Printing Solutions comments: “We are so delighted to be attending this year’s Tax Stamp Forum. Our versatile K600i printer provides security printers with several options to enhance traceability and make products harder to counterfeit. Not only does it offer standard variable data printing and digital foiling options, but we can now also print UV readable ink that is invisible to the naked eye.”

He adds: “With more than 300 K600i installations worldwide, Domino is the supplier of choice for demanding requirements of security printers. We hope to share our successes with those attending the forum and discuss the different solutions we can offer for variable data printing.”

Posted on Thursday 19th January 2017