Digital Printing
Designed for medium and large workgroups, the new customizable Xerox VersaLink C8000 and C9000 A3 colour printers aim to produce professional colour quality that personalize work experiences and support mobility with secure, wireless printing.
Mohawk Fine Papers has released A Maker’s Field Guide to Digital Materials and Digital Processes, the latest in a series of printed guides designed to bring inspiration and education to clients, designers and printers on the importance of choosing the right materials and process for print.
Epson in September presented the Epson SurePress L-6534VW digital label press at Labelexpo Americas 2018, designed particularly for label converters investing in a digital label press for the first time or looking to expand production facilities. Joining the SurePress L-6034VW in the UV digital label press line, the SurePress L-6534VW will offer three print speed modes from 49 feet per minute to 162 feet per minute (fpm).
Xeikon has announced the newest version of its X-800 digital front-end (DFE), saying it is upgradable to all press-models from the Panther UV inkjet presses: the PX3000 and PX2000 to the Xeikon 3000 series to the Cheetah series for labels and the Xeikon 8000 and 9000 series for the graphic arts markets.
Xerox will introduce two new features for the Iridesse Production Press at Print 18 next week – High Definition Emulsion Aggregate (HD EA) white dry ink and extra-long sheet sizes – both of which are intended to bridge the physical and digital worlds. Launched in May 2018, the Xerox Iridesse Production Press is described as the first digital press that can print CMYK and up to two specialty colours in a single pass at 120 ppm with spot-on registration.
A new collaboration between Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. and Memjet aims to create affordable digital label and print-on-demand packaging solutions for the North American market.
Windmöller & Hölscher (W&H) is developing its first digital, single-pass press for flexible packaging using Xaar 5601 printheads.
Epson has announced its Epson SurePress L-4533A/AW digital label press has been evaluated and approved by Pantone, a provider of professional color management services and tools, for its capability to achieve 91 percent of the Pantone Solid Coated Colors within delta E of 1.5 CIEDE2000.
At IGAS Japan 2018 HP Indigo showcased several new advances designed to help printing companies boost value, quality and automate digital print production.
The Graphic Systems Division of Fujifilm North America has released the first product in its Samba Printbar System line, the Samba PS4300, for the commercial and packaging printing segments. Described as a compact printbar system, the Samba PS4300 is designed to be easily integrated into most existing print equipment or manufacturing process to add variable inkjet imprinting capabilities, including offset presses, flexo presses, mailing tables, and more.
Canon Canada has announced the new optional POD Deck Lite XL Long Sheet Feeder, designed to help users of the imagePRESS C850/C750/C650 and imagePRESS C65 digital colour presses to run continuous auto-duplexed long sheets of sizes up to 13 by 30 inches, it says.
The Pro C9200 and C9210 Graphic Arts Editions are the latest additions to Ricoh’s Commercial & Industrial Printing Business Group portfolio, suitable for producing book jackets, six-page brochures and other applications with speeds up to 135 pages per minute on stocks up to 49 inches long and 470 gsm.
Xerox says it is introducing “another first” in the world of print — the only digital press that can print metallic gold or silver dry ink, CMYK and clear dry ink in a single pass. Announced today, the Iridesse Production Press is described as a high-speed, six-station colour press that combines four-colour printing with up to two specialty dry inks in one printing pass, eliminating the multiple presses and processes usually required for print embellishments, Xerox says.
Xante has introduced the new En/Press as its next-generation digital envelope press. En/Press is a four-color process press built around an Adobe PostScript controller that delivers full-colour output at up to 60 letter-size pages per minute or 4,000 #10 envelopes per hour with variable data. Powered by Xante’s iQueue workflow software, En/Press produces print quality of up to 4,800 dpi.

The En/Press includes PlateMaker 8 computer-to-plate technology, meaning the same press that produces envelopes, NCR forms, and stationery, can also produce polyester plates. PlateMaker 8 takes advantage of the En/Press technology to produce Myriad2 plates on a variety of sizes up to 13 x 19.38 inches that are suited for one- or two-colour jobs.

At 13-inches wide, the En/Press media input handles a range of popular envelope and sheet sizes. Its patented Enterprise feed system delivers envelopes up to 13 x 10 inches and sheets up to 13 x 49.6 inches. The Enterprise Feed System has been redesigned with a slimmer profile. While handling the same 1,000 envelope capacity, Enterprise now accepts media as small as 3.5 x 3.5 inches to expand its envelope printing capability.



“En/Press raises the bar for digital press technology,” said Robert Ross, President and CEO of Xante. “It’s truly a unique solution with its incredible print quality, dead-on spot colour matching, simple ease of use, durability, low cost, and CTP polyester plate printing that Xante customers have come to expect.”
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