Domino will use the upcoming Label & Print 2019 – part of Packaging Innovations being held at NEC Birmingham on Feb. 27-28 – as a platform to highlight numerous opportunities its inkjet solutions can deliver to add value for UK label and packaging printers and converters.
"This event is the perfect place for us to showcase, and share with other companies looking to adopt digital inkjet technology, how our inkjet solutions have helped to enhance productivity, reduce operational costs, increase capacity and profit, and create new business opportunities for our UK customers," said Steve Taylor, UK business manager of Domino's Digital Printing Solutions division. "With over 600 global installations of our piezo drop on demand ink jet systems, including over 140 digital color label presses, this provides testimony that our proven and reliable technology is trusted by customers around the world. In fact, a number of our UK customers have already invested in a second Domino digital color label press."
"Label printers and brand owners alike who visit our Stand H20 will be able to see the quality of the samples produced using Domino's latest technologies," added Matt Crowder, UK sales manager digital color. "There will be a range of samples available including: labels printed on a range of industry standard media without the need for inline priming, three dimensional textured labels created using Domino's highly opaque white ink without having to invest in expensive textured substrates, along with some folded cartons and shrink sleeves, all printed on the Domino N610i digital inkjet color label press. There will also be a selection of samples printed on the Domino K600i, an extremely versatile and highly productive, monochrome printer.
Designed for sheet or web, and modular so that it can be configured to the print width required (up to 782mm wide), the K600i can be used to print monochrome variable data including text, sequential numbering, barcodes and the latest 2D codes including QR codes at speeds of up to 200m/min, onto labels, tags, tickets, forms, security products and direct mail. Available with high impact UV-curable, LED-curable, cost-effective aqueous pigmented inks, and Domino's highly opaque white ink targeted primarily at printers looking for a digital alternative to screen printing, it can also be used for digital cold foiling and with Domino's UV80CL fluorescent ink to incorporate security features onto labels and packaging for enhanced brand protection, traceability, and to prevent counterfeiting and parallel trade