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Scodix Unveils the First Digital Embossing Press, the Scodix1200 at IPEX

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Rosh Ha'ayin – Scodix Ltd., the leading developer of digital inkjet enhancement presses, will be introducing the revolutionary Scodix1200 in Hall 12, Stand B120 at IPEX 2010 which will take place in Birmingham from May 18 till May 25, 2010.

The Scodix1200 enables effortlessly digital embossing on selective areas (gloss or matte) on printed media with a unique and thick clear ink of up to 70 microns, dual-sided, thereby enriching the printed application with an embossing effect that gives dimensionality and texture to images and words. The Scodix1200 takes the printing world into the new digital post-press age.

"We are very excited with the release of the Scodix1200, which offers for the first time an embossing solution that is done digitally for the post press process", says Kobi bar, CEO and founder of Scodix. "With the elimination of plates and silk screens, virtually no printing waste and the freedom to print from 1 to many copies - the Scodix1200 is perfect for the printing professionals who want to differentiate themselves in today's highly competitive and increasingly commoditized print market." added Mr. Bar.

Its easy-to-use digital interface supports Variable Data Embossing (VDE) for personalized applications, such as greeting cards, business cards, invitations, and stationary applications as well as photo albums and other W2P applications. The Scodix1200 is ideal for short, medium and long runs, it stores all image data digitally from a PC, works with both PDF and Tiff files in a variety of formats including B2 and A3 (up to 50x70 cm/19x27 inch) and accepts a wide selection of substrates (135-500 gr/m2).

The Scodix1200 is complimented by its ink, the ScodInk, which is the company's proprietary UV curable clear ink either gloss or matte.

 

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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