In May, HP unveiled the Indigo Pack Ready Laminator commercial model, optimized for the HP Indigo 20000 press, which the company explains to allow for immediate time-to-market for flexible packaging.
Now commercially designed, the laminating system will be manufactured and supplied by Karlville. Customer beta testing of the laminator is scheduled for this summer. First units are to ship by the end of the year. The HP Indigo Pack Ready Lamination is new machinery created with thermal lamination as part of the HP Indigo Pack Ready. It is targeted at the digitally printed flexible packaging market.
HP also recently announced new substrates for the HP Indigo 20000 and 30000 presses, as well as new white ink offerings for the HP Indigo labels and packaging press portfolio, for expanded possibilities and higher performance. The 762 mm HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press for flexible packaging, labels and shrink sleeves now supports printing on aluminum and polyethylene, new substrates that expand packaging solution offerings.
HP Indigo Pack Ready Laminator
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