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Domino Enters DM and Transactional with K630i


February 22, 2015
By PrintAction Staff

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Domino’s K630i is available in print widths of 333, 445 or 558 mm, simplex or duplex.

Domino Printing Sciences states it has entered into the transactional, direct mail and book printing markets with the launch of the K630i monochrome printing press. The machine is being introduced at Hunkeler Innovation Days, running from February 23 to 26 in Lucerne, Switzerland.

“The K630i is a natural progression in digital printing for Domino after launching the K600i digital module in 2010, and the four colour N600i digital label press in 2012, now available as the N610i in up to seven colours,” said Philip Easton, Director of Domino’s Digital Printing Solutions Division. “The K630i is based on the same proven technology that has seen both these products take leadership positions in their respective markets.”

A continuous-feed production printer, the K630i is configured to run at 75 metres per minute (246 feet) or 150 metres per minute (492 feet) with three print widths of 333, 445 or 558 mm and with simplex or duplex options in the same frame.

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The K630i is evolution of the Graph Tech AG MonoCube product that was first released in 2012, just before Domino, already a shareholder, acquired the remaining shares of the company. There are currently four installations in Europe and North America, each running between 2- to 12-million A4 impressions per month. Domino states a further five K630i presses are now on order.