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  • A120

    Entry level printing with high level results

  • V120i

    The cost-effective printing solution

  • G230i

    Efficiency, quality and speed

  • QuickDesign WS

    Automation module to integrate printers using Weihenstephan standard

  • C1000+

    C1000+

  • A520i

    High level printing at a lower total cost

  • F720i

    High-speed coding – take it to the limit

  • C16

    Prints large characters of 10/14/20/32 mm

  • A320i

    Efficient, easy, effortless

  • G320i

    Efficiency, quality and speed

  • V230i

    Great performance, superb value

  • K150

    Simple, solid and cost-effective

  • QuickDesign Unite

    Automation module to integrate printers with MES & ERP

  • K600i

    High resolution UV-curable or aqueous ink jet printer

  • Ax550i

    The ultimate in continuous inkjet technology

  • Bitjet +

    Game changing productivity

  • Label Printers

    Digital colour label printing for cost-effectively printing of short and medium runs at the highest speeds with the most vibrant colours to provide outstanding shelf appeal. For printing traceability codes and for versioning, a range of ink jet printers can print alpha-numerics, barcodes and 2D codes. Our digital white printing solution can be used as a replacement for screen printing. Digital foiling both provides a high level anti-counterfeit security feature as well as a cost effective digital solution for short-run requirements.

  • Tickets and Forms

    From printing codes to uniquely identify event, parking and national railway tickets to simple sequential numbering of forms, many world reknown organisations depend on Domino's printing technology to personalise and trace their product. Operating at the highest production speeds, capability ranges from simple alpha-numeric numbering to printing from the most comprehensive barcode and 2D code library, meeting all your traceability requirements.

  • Plastic Cards Printers

    Print membership details, expiry dates, traceability barcodes and 2D codes, personalisation, photos and graphics. A range of digital printers are available for printing onto plastic, paper and laminated cards as well as up to B2 sheets on a range of production handling equipment.

  • Postal Service Providers

    PostJet Systems Ltd, a Domino Group Company, provides high speed, variable data printing solutions from stamp cancellation and graphics, through to barcodes, including the four-state format, and 2D codes, including the data matrix and QR codes. We supply the main postal service providers in the UK, America, Japan, Germany, Australia, France, Singapore, Italy, Hong Kong and numerous other counties as we continue to expand into new territories.

  • Security Printers

    Applications include variable data printing for traceability and as an anti-counterfeit measure for brand protection. A digital cold foil solution enables efficient short run production and can combine the security features of custom foils with variable data printing. There is a range of data management tools, added security features, special fluids plus verification and validation options.

  • Marketing Communications Printing

    Industrial production print digital presses are designed for printing complete marketing communication or direct mail pieces as well as transactional documents including utility bills, statements and insurance documents. The Domino ink jet printers and data controllers are designed for high speed printing of addresses and personalisation onto pre-printed mail pieces within print finish and mail processing lines.

  • Packaging Converters

    Applications include promotional games, loyalty schemes, traceability, brand security as well as product versioning with printing alpha-numeric characters, barcodes and 2D codes, including the QR code. A range of Domino printers can be easily integrated into existing flexible packaging, sleeving, carton or corrugated print and finishing processes. Stand-alone web or sheet systems can be supplied for off-line variable data printing.

  • Publications Printers

    Domino offers a range of solutions including a stand-alone digital press with integrated finishing for producing books and booklets to in-line address, promotional game and personalisation printing in newspapers, magazines and catalogues.

  • Expo Pack Guadalajara

    Packaging and processing professionals from throughout Mexico, including Aguascalientes, Colima, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacán, Nayarit, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí, Sinaloa and Zacatecas. International attendance from Central America is expected.

  • Alimentaria & Horexpo

    The largest business Platform for the food, distribution and hotel sectors in Portugal.

  • Empack 2016 Madrid

    Domino will attend the ninth edition of Feria Empack, that will take place in IFEMA-Madrid the dates 23rd and 24th of November. There we'll show the latest novelties of the coding and marking sector, providing solutions increasingly more adapted to the needs and request of the Spanish Market.

  • drinktec 2017

    drinktec is the World´s Leading Trade Fair for the Beverage and Liquid Food Industry and it is taking place again at Messe München from September 11 to 15, 2017

  • UDI Conference 2017

    The FDA UDI Regulation establishes a single device identification system that is consistent, unambiguous, standardized, and globally harmonized. All manufacturers of medical devices will be required to comply with the new UDI methodology. The annual UDI Conference is the ONLY event dedicated to guidance and training for those impacted by the UDI Regulation.

  • Gulfood Manufacturing

    Gulfood Manufacturing is the region’s biggest food and beverage processing industry event which will connect you with suppliers from 60 countries showcasing the latest F&B manufacturing business improvement tools.

  • BrauBeviale 2016

    Domino präsentiert auch in diesem Jahr wieder bewährte und zuverlässige Codier- und Markierlösungenseiner i-Tech Produktpalette, die erheblich zur Steigerung der Effektivität im Abfüll- und Verpackungsprozess der Getränkeindustrie beitragen und maximale Verfügbarkeit und Linienproduktivität in rauen Produktionsumgebungen gewährleisten.

  • Interpack 2017

    interpack is the essential event for the food, beverage, confectionery, bakery, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, non-food and industrial goods sectors. No other trade fair in the world presents the entire supply chain. At no other trade fair does the packaging industry provide all sectors with tailored solutions and innovative designs based on such a variety of materials, and it is, of course, the event for the packaging industry.

  • Labelexpo Europe 2017

    Labelexpo Europe is the world's largest event for the label and package printing industry - with more products, more launches and more live demonstrations!

  • ALL4PACK Paris 2016

    Find out all the latest in packaging innovation at EMBALLAGE: ALL4PACK Paris from 14 to 17 November 2016

  • Pack Expo Chicago 2016

    Domino is proud to exhibit at Pack Expo International 2016. Along with showcasing our legacy coding technologies, the Domino booth will feature the North American debut of many of our new technologies.

  • Charapak Diversifies Into New Markets With Domino’s N610i Digital Ink Jet Label Press

    ​Derbyshire based Charapak is one of the UK’s market leaders in the design and manufacture of specialist corrugated packaging. The company has recently diversified into the labelling sector following the investment in Domino’s N610i digital ink jet label press. This investment has opened up new business opportunities for the company, enabling it to supply both existing and new customers with high quality, digitally printed labels with short lead times.

  • Domino Among the First to Deliver Barcodes for Mailmark Technology

    At a conference on Friday,​ 10th October Domino and Royal Mail joined forces to demonstrate how the postal service company’s new Mailmark option can provide mail users with a high level of management information through online reporting. Hosted at Domino HQ (Bar Hill, Cambridgeshire), the event provided the ideal platform for guests to better understand the important function Mailmark now offers the mailing industry.

  • Domino launches digital cold foiling solution to create security and appealing label applications

    Domino has recently launched its first digital cold foil solution based around the proven Domino K600i digital print module. The solution uses the K600i to print a digital adhesive and create the image area prior to UV-curing and delamination.

  • Domino's new A520i ink jet printer set to make a strong debut at interpack '14

    Domino is using interpack 2014 (Hall 11/Stand D55) as a launching pad for the new A520i continuous ink jet (CIJ) printer. Also making their debut at the show are the latest additions to the CIJ range, namely the A-Series XS high speed print head, and a black anti-counterfeiting ink, the 2BK031.

  • Domino launches high speed variable-pagination

    Domino will use Drupa 2016 (Messe Düsseldorf, 31st May – 10th June), to showcase its K630i high speed compact single-engine duplex ink jet press producing multi-page booklets on an integrated system in partnership with Kern AG and IBIS Bindery Systems, at speeds of up to 7,000 booklets per hour.

  • Autajon (Sinel) orders Domino/ABG hybrid UV inkjet label printing machine

    Autajon (Sinel) has ordered at drupa a Domino N610i integrated with an AB Graphics Digicon 3 in the form of a modular hybrid printing system for the production of high quality labels, combining UV flexo and UV inkjet printing.

  • Domino raises GMP awareness

    EuPIA (European Printing Inks Association) is a leading authority in the inks sector and a division of CEPE, the European Council of the Paint, Printing Ink and Artists’ Colours Industry. Founded in 2003, the association represents the economic interests of over 80 European manufacturers of printing inks and coatings in their dealings with political bodies, European and national authorities, scientific institutions, the media and other sectors of the economy.

  • Domino to Present Book Block And Booklet Printing Solutions at Hunkeler Innovationdays 2017

    ​The 12th edition of Hunkeler Innovationdays (Messe Lucerne, 20th – 23rd February, 2017) will see Domino Digital Printing Solutions partner with Hunkeler and IBIS to showcase a modular solution comprising Domino’s K630i high speed compact single-engine duplex ink jet press, producing both book blocks and multi-page booklets.

  • Domino To Tackle Future Customer Needs With i-Techx Platform Expansion

    Domino Printing Sciences is addressing specific customer needs by upgrading its current range of coding and marking products to incorporate the new i-Techx high-performance electronics and software platform. Following the successful launch of the Ax-Series of Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) printers in 2016, which are already integrated with i-Techx, the company will continue to expand the x-Series by introducing the game-changing technology across the majority of its portfolio, optimising the customer’s return on investment.

  • Domino Digital Printing to exhibit vibrant range of digitally textured labels at Label & Print 2017

    ‘Textures by Domino’, a vibrant range of digitally textured labels, will take centre stage on the Domino stand at Label & Print 2017 (K13, NEC Birmingham, 1st – 2nd March). Showcasing a set of eye-catching designs, colours and samples, Domino Digital Printing Solutions will show stand visitors the wide variety of effects that can be created with ink jet, with lower costs than by using textured papers.

  • ASQ Labels Goes Digital with Domino’s N610i

    ASQ Labels is currently expanding into new markets thanks to the wide colour gamut and high resolution printing capabilities of Domino’s N610i, UV digital ink jet label press. Based in Belgium, the company specialises in label printing for a variety of sectors, including high quality food and beverage brands, as well as providing flow-pack printing, wrappers and single-layer packaging.

  • Domino wins 2017 EDP Award for Book Printing Solution

    For the second year running, Domino Digital Printing Solutions has won an award at the annual European Digital Press (EDP) Association Awards. This time, the Domino K630i book block solution has won the Book Printing Solution category award at the EDP Awards ceremony, which took place on Wednesday, 10th May during FESPA (Hamburg, 8th – 12th May, 2017).

  • Domino’s new ink extends thermal ink jet printing capabilities

    Domino Printing Sciences has launched a new ink for use in its range of G-Series thermal ink jet printers (TIJ) printers. The BK118 ink extends TIJ printing capabilities to effectively code onto challenging materials, such as plastics, films, foils and coated cartons.

  • Domino to shape Industry 4.0 for maximum efficiency in coding and marking

    Domino Printing Sciences is shaping new areas of coding and marking with the introduction of Industry 4.0 concepts and innovations to its range of products. The company is using the Domino Cloud service tool and the i-Techx platform to provide remote access and monitoring, as well as error-free coding and system integration. This will result in a smart, interconnected network of machines and processes that centralise and simplify coding procedures.

  • Domino Introduces New White Ink For Opaque Printers

    Domino Printing Sciences plc, the leading ink jet and laser manufacturer, is launching a new white opaque ink - 253WT - designed specifically for use with Domino's A-Series continuous ink jet printers for specialist coding and marking applications that require a high-contrast code on dark surfaces such as cables and wires.

  • Domino Director Wins Prestigious Engineering Award

    Rachel Hurst, Group Operations Director at Domino Printing Sciences, has been presented with an IET Achievement Medal, one of the key prizes of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) 2015 Achievement Awards, in recognition of her distinguished contribution to manufacturing and engineering.

  • Digital Print for Packaging – 3 Key Insights

    In the contemplative spirit of the season, we’ve caught up with our resident Doctor of Digital Print – Dr Vlad Sljapic – on the 2016 innovations in digital, brand owner adoption, internet of things, as well as a look at what the future may hold 2017 onward.

  • Premium packaging: the benefits of digital textured labelling

    Forget humdrum product packaging. For labels that turn heads, engage customers and say more about a brand’s personality, top label printers, brand managers and packaging professionals can use digital textured labelling to their advantage. Should you do the same?

  • A complete guide to item-level serialisation in the pharma industry

    The biggest legislative change in the history of the pharmaceutical industry has been given the green light by the European Commission. Here’s everything you need to know about preparing for the move to item-level serialisation.

  • Uncovering the best coding and marking solutions for the bakery industry

    Due to the vast nature of the bakery industry, there are a variety of coding technology solutions available that answer the demands of the bakery sector. Production managers will have to look hard at both their current and future requirements to be able to accurately gauge what will deliver the most value to their lines according to the highly diverse packaging types in the industry.

  • Key considerations when using lasers to code fruit and vegetables

    Hold on to your honey-glazed carrots: is there a revolution afoot in the fruit and veg aisle? As supermarkets wise up to the benefits of replacing sticky labels with laser printing, we look at five issues that manufacturers, packagers and retailers must be aware of for the new coding development to truly take off in the future.

  • Ingress Protection: Effects on Coding & Marking Equipment

    As a production manager, considerations such as the protection of your machinery and equipment are key aspects and concerns. In challenging environments with moisture and dust, the risks of breakage are higher and so is the need for a higher IP-rated machine. Read on to discover what you need to be aware of.

  • 3 things holding up snack manufacturers' production lines

    The snack industry is an ultra-competitive market. High volumes and low margins are typical as brands jostle for supremacy. One of the key places to gain a competitive advantage is the production line. The right printing and coding technology can minimise costs, maximise efficiency and boost output. Yet some manufacturers are still using legacy printing technology that simply isn’t compatible with the demands of today’s snack industry. And it’s holding up production lines. We wrote a white paper looking at the growth of the global Snacks Industry and new developments in Thermal Transfer Overprinting (TTO) coding technologies. Download here.

  • The benefits and challenges of promotional codes in food and beverage manufacturing

    You can spot these occasionally on packaging, but what can promotional codes do for your bottom line? And how easy are they to apply?

  • 6 reasons why thermal ink jet printing is perfect for food packaging

    The ready meal industry is big and getting bigger. In the UK - Europe’s biggest market for ready meals - the industry was reported to be worth £1.85 billion in 2011. By 2016 forecasts suggest that figure will be closer to £2.7 billion. That puts increasing pressure on the businesses responsible for printing food packaging. And there’s more where that came from: we have a white paper on labelling and coding in today’s food sectors. Looking at how manufacturers in food sectors continue to meet the labelling and coding challenges without impacting on the brand. You can download it here for free. Governments are rolling out ever tighter legislation to ensure food products are adequately labelled with best before and use-by dates. And as businesses grow more aware of the importance of branding and package design in influencing consumer choice, they are demanding flexibility in terms of the substrates and designs that printers can work with.

  • Compliance of food allergen labeling requirements, within the bakery industry

    Food safety is a key concern for all food producers. Researchers from FARE estimate that up to 15 million Americans have food allergies. Due to the wide variety of ingredients, it’s critical that consumers can easily identify potential allergenic ingredients clearly and easily.

  • Say hello to beer nutrition labels (and wave goodbye to your beer belly)

    Craft beers are a market phenomenon that refuses to cool down. Global sales are pushing through to double what they were just five years ago. And it doesn’t look as if they are about to slow any time soon. But, either conversely or consequently, concerns about diet and lifestyle are on the rise too...

  • Inextor & DotCode

    Securing the supply chain and fighting illicit trade in tobacco products by implementing tracking & tracing systems is at the core of Inextor.

  • Guide to types of coding and late stage customisation on secondary packaging

    Manufacturers rely heavily on brand image and marketing to shift units. The look and feel of primary packaging is tightly woven into any retail strategy. But another equally crucial, yet less immediately apparent part of sales success is secondary and tertiary packaging.

  • Allergens: Ready meal coding and the lethal self-service scam

    Despite the horsemeat scandal of 2013, ready meals are still big business and demand is on the rise. But following that particular industry-wide incident, both food production methods and labelling standards have had to rise to meet customer expectations and assure confidence.

  • Clean drinking water for Zambian community - compliments of Domino

    Charity is stitched into the Domino fabric. But don’t just take our word for it. Our recent donation to CannedWater4Kids paid for a new pump to provide clean drinking water for a community in Zambia. And it all started with a chance encounter in Florida...

  • What is QuickDesign?

    QuickDesign is Domino’s windows PC based message design and print control software for automated primary, secondary and tertiary marking.

  • QuickDesign

    Our unique and highly respected QuickDesign suite of powerful, yet easy to use, software is your ideal printing companion for easy integration and smoother operation within your production line.

  • F-Series

    Precision, permanent marking with powerful high pulse power.

  • C-Series

    The most reliable solution for large character printing

  • D-Series

    Small yet powerful and versatile laser, our D-Series i-Tech range delivers flexible, high speed, high quality coding across a wide variety of materials, with the ability to produce unlimited lines of text.

  • A-Series

    Our flexible A-Series i-Tech range provides the lowest total cost of ownership.

  • V-Series

    Our V-Series range of Thermal Transfer Overprinters (TTO) can print real time and variable data, machine-readable codes and images onto flexible packaging films and labels.

  • C-Series Plus

    Designed for use on porous substrates such as cardboard boxes, trays and bags, our high resolution C-Series Plus range utilises Piezo Drop on Demand technology for consistently high quality results.

  • Ax-Series

    Speed, accuracy and the ability to perform in tough and varied environments give our revolutionary Ax-Series printers a leading edge.

  • A-Series GP

    Our A-Series GP range offers a low cost of total ownership for virtually any production line.

  • M-Series

    Easily integrated into your production line, our Print and Apply range of systems are reliable, flexible, robust and can be configured for a wide range of applications.

  • G-Series

    Designed for use on even the most challenging substrates, our intelligent, high resolution modular G-Series systems will easily integrate into your production line.

  • Digital Printing Solutions

    Delivering the highest quality at the lowest cost per page, Domino's monochrome inkjet digital printing press is ideally suited for the transactional and direct mail industries.

  • Printing on ointment packaging

    Our laser printing solutions offer accurate, high quality marking on ointment tubes, tubs or bottles – maximising production, minimising maintenance and making sure you comply with legislation.

  • Printing on pouches

    High-performance, cost-effective product coding and serialisation solutions that are as flexible as the packaging they mark.

  • Printing on foil tops

    Foil tops are attractive and versatile, but vulnerable to piercing. That's why you'll need a no-contact printer capable of working at high speed

  • Printing on dispensers

    If you make a point of quality, we can offer world-class printing solutions that will exceed your expectations – helping you to meet legislative requirements and maximise uptime

  • Printing on acupuncture needles

    We make a point of efficient, high quality product marking that maximises production and ensures legislative compliance.

  • Printing on medical devices pouches - new photo needed

    High quality thermal transfer printing that maximises uptime and ensures legislative compliance

  • Labelling kegs

    Domino's M-Series capability to print onto a variety of label sizes ensures quick and secure application to kegs for immediate distribution

  • Printing on tins and cans

    Popular for sharing and seasonal items, tins remain an attractive option for packaging snacks.

  • Printing on plastic containers

    With a wide range of bottle shapes and sizes preferred by different manufacturers we help you print production codes that suit your brand

  • Printing on sleeves

    Domino's solutions can cope with the trend for changing sleeve designs

  • Printing on confectionery wrappers

    From mini-bars to multi-pack, the wrapper is king in confectionery

  • Printing on Tetra Pak

    Tetra Pak revolutionised the dairy sector, and Domino is the printer of choice for Tetra Pak and many other carton manufacturers

  • Printing on cigars and cigarillos

    High-quality, consistent product coding that maximises uptime on difficult to mark materials.

  • Printing on foil wrap

    Foils are traditionally a difficult surface to print on, but not for Domino

  • Printing on egg boxes

    A range of materials are used for egg boxes, and Domino can print on them all

  • Printing on bottles

    High quality, accurate product marking solutions for plastic or glass – allowing you to maximise uptime, minimise maintenance and meet legislative requirements