“The Nozomi helps us respond ideally to market trends, including serialization, frequent changes in promotional campaigns, just-in-time deliveries, and flexible response to market requirements,” said Andrzej Bączkowski, owner and president of the board of UDS. “We’ve been observing the technology of digital printing for years and the
“Our purchase decision,” said Bączkowski, “was based on a combination of many factors: very good, offset-like quality, productivity, price per printed sheet and optimal sheet width.”
“EFI Nozomi is the only machine that has implemented a color measurement system that results in high quality from the very first sheets,” said Daniel Dzbański, head of R&D at UDS. “In addition, it has recently been equipped with a Photo mode, and that will allow us to achieve up to 97% compliance with the
“Another decisive factor,” Dzbański added, “was that the Nozomi’s output is odorless. In our office, we have printouts that were produced using other printers a few months ago, and those printouts still emit a distinctive smell. Our customers would not accept that.”
The press, which can print up to 10,000 890x890-mm (35x35-inch) boards per hour two-up, features an innovative, single-pass, piezo inkjet writing system that delivers accurate, high-fidelity color, including consistent reproduction on solid areas.
Once the new press from EFI is up and running, UDS’s priority will be to expand its product portfolio with low-volume corrugated packaging.