Domino Digital Printing Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of the N610i integration module, forming part of a digital hybrid solution, all based on its proven 7 colour digital label press. Visitors to stand 9A60 at Labelexpo Europe 2015 will be able to view first-hand the new N610i variant, integrated with an AB Graphics Digicon 3, including flexo, varnishing, laminating and die-cutting stations. There will be daily scheduled demonstrations of this and Domino’s new digital foiling solution.
Philip Easton, Director of Domino’s Digital Printing Solutions Division, states: “We have noticed a considerable growth in the labelling market over the past few years, which makes Labelexpo the perfect event for introducing our latest digital innovations. This is a key opportunity to illustrate how our newly launched bespoke solutions can meet the needs of label printers worldwide.”
“The new N610i ink jet integration module enables our customers to configure a digital hybrid press that meets their business needs now but offers significant flexibility to reconfigure the line for future requirements. Customers now have the option to purchase the N610i either as a standalone digital press, with in-line finishing, or as part of a hybrid machine including flexo, screen and foiling stations in different positions in the line,” explains Philip. “The modularity of this solution also allows the customer the ability to reconfigure the machine to suit their future changing needs and is equipped to respond to new incoming jobs.”
Also featured on the stand are two K600i digital print modules, integrated onto a GraphiMecc web inspection and finishing line, printing black variable data and demonstrating Domino’s new digital foiling solution. This unique solution for brand protection, authenticity and product embellishment combines the benefits of variable data content digital printing with the conventional ‘cold-foiling’ process. It uses the K600i to print a digital adhesive and create the image area prior to UV-curing and delamination. Unlike some other ink jet systems that print metallic ink to provide a foil-like effect, Domino’s digital cold foil solution is based on real metallic foil to provide a higher quality finish and enables the use of security and decorative holographic images within the foil.
Philip concludes: “We look forward to welcoming international visitors to our stand to see what our new technologies have to offer. We are hosting daily N610i hybrid demonstrations at 11.00am, 12.30pm and 2.30pm and digital foiling demonstrations at 11.20am, 12.50pm and 2.50pm. We are confident that both of these solutions will attract a great amount of interest.”
Domino’s range of label and digital print systems are on display on stand 9A60 at Labelexpo Europe, Brussels Expo.