Automation and remote access will help printers increase efficiency and accommodate future challenges.
Greg Hrinya, Editor, Label & Narrow Web06.10.20
Xeikon is working in tandem with its parent company, Flint Group, to develop prepress and digital printing products to help meet current demand while also accommodating potential challenges in the future.
During a recent news conference, Xeikon executives detailed how their products can help companies throughout all stages of printing. Flint Group has made key additions to the Catena product family while Xeikon has unveiled its latest digital printing technology.
The Catena-W and Catena-DL (washer and dryer light finisher) have been joined by the Catena-DLS. All the modules can be combined, and they are linked by Catena Cockpit software. These new tools have been designed to improve the total cost of operation with proactive support and serviceability, as well as real-time maintenance.
“These are groundbreaking technologies, and it was a joint effort with Flint Group,” said Uwe Stebani, GM of Xeikon Prepress. “As a result,
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