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Xanté Exhibits Multiple Solutions at Packaging Innovations 2013

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Xanté, a leading provider of print solutions all over the world, today announces its participation in the Packaging Innovations Show, taking place in NEC, Birmingham, UK, on 27 and 28 February, 2013. 

Customers visiting Xanté in Stand A28 will have the opportunity to see various types of exciting technology, including High Speed Inkjet Printers for large format and labels, and all designed to innovate their print environments.

CEO and President Robert Ross says, "Our customers make Xanté products; we just build them. Packaging is one of the big growth markets on the horizon, and we are ready to help our customers compete with ground breaking, yet affordable, technology."

Award-Winning technology: Excelagraphix 4200 

The Xanté Excelagraphix 4200 Inkjet Print System features revolutionary Memjet Waterfall Printhead Technology™ that delivers more than 3 billion drops of ink per second, for print speeds up to 8 times faster than traditional inkjet technology. Professionals can print over-sized architectural / engineering documents, maps, indoor signage, P-O-P displays, packaging, folding cartons, corrugated boxes, newspapers, and more, all on-demand. The adjustable media path allows users to print on a wide variety of media (including extremely thick foam board and corrugated cardboard) and sheet sizes (from 8.27" x 8.27" up to 42" x 50'). Operators can personalize individual pieces as printing continues, running variable data at full speed.

The Exelagraphix L850 offers twice the speed and one-third the cost compared to laser-based label printers

The Excelagraphix L850 Digital Narrow Web Press is the affordable, narrow web / label solution that allows customers to go digital and meet the demand for fast full color labels, tags, decals, tickets and much more. This complete digital inkjet print system features the revolutionary Memjet Printhead Technology™ that delivers high print speeds while increasing overall shop production and profits. It also features an easy-to-use interface with 7" color LCD touchscreen display, an aerosol extraction system and automatic feed / cut, print speed of 30.5 cm/sec, and support for roll to roll, roll cut, cut sheet and fanfold.

"We are participating in this event due to the large number of prospects we have in the UK and Ireland packaging markets, an area where we expect to expand our presence," says Arthur Verwey, VP of International Sales and Marketing, Xanté. "We have always enjoyed doing live demonstrations, because we are 100% behind showing what we can do and talking to our customers. The speed and quality for packaging applications is something to experience in person. As they say, seeing is believing!" 

Additionally, Xanté will run live demonstrations on the Ilumina 650 GS - the digital solution for short run, heavy stock and specialty printing and packaging. Visitors will be amazed at the variety and weight of media which they can print, including textured stocks, metallics and board. Ilumina 650 GS Systems are available in two production models and are driven by the automated iQueue Color Smart Workflow.

iQueue 7 Ultimate is the new, multi-user workflow designed for professional digital printing systems. iQueue possesses the most advanced color intelligence available for all Xanté products, making it easy to manage multiple projects, make independent CMYK / density adjustments, match critical spot colors; and select the desired feed, media type, resolution, linescreen, and dot shape. Users can also track press consumables, multiple run counts, and job costs from any user workstation. 

See Xanté at Stand A28. For more information please visit www.xante.com.


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