Discount Labels invests in Domino N610i

PrintAction Staff
July 04, 2019
By PrintAction Staff
Discount Labels, located in New Albany, Ind.,  continues to grow its business with digital printing equipment from Domino.

In 2012, Discount Labels invested in the Domino K600i digital UV inkjet for printing variable data. As time progressed, Discount Labels continued to add capacity by investing in additional K600i units and recently installed the Domino N610i seven-colour digital UV inkjet label press for printing labels with effects.

“For variable data printing, Discount Labels trusts Domino,” says Mike Gore, General Manager at Discount Labels. “Our biggest challenge with our customers growing their consecutive number work was capacity. We knew we had to invest in new technology, so we went to Labelexpo. The Domino K600i just came out on top. We’ve been running it 24 hours a day, and it’s been bullet proof. With the K600i, we can go right into it, run a big bar code, don’t worry about stitching and just roll. It’s been a great partnership having the Domino K600i on the floor.”

“As a technical prepress person at Discount Labels, life is much better with the K600i and I’m not sure how we functioned without it,” adds Kelly Cart, Director of Prepress and Digital Fleet Manager at Discount Labels.

Phil Stromsoe, Digital Production Manager at Discount Labels says he is excited by the multifaceted capabilities of the Domino N610i. “Today we are running a vodka label on silver foil, with simulated embossing. The reason why we can do this is because the press is so easy to run, heck even my 33-year flexo operator can do it.”

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