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Colordyne Technologies 1600-PC Laser Pro to be unveiled at Labelexpo-Europe by Delphax

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

BROOKFIELD, WI - Colordyne Technologies (CDT), the provider of end-to-end solutions for digital label print industry, will exhibit at the Labelexpo-Europe 2013, hall 7, booth K96, in conjunction with AzTECH Converting Systems, LasX Industries and Delphax Technologies. 

Colordyne Technologies will be showcasing its CDT 1600-PC Laser Pro, the latest digital label printing solution, powered by Memjet™ technology, offering true, flexo-like print quality at unprecedented cost effectiveness.

"Brand owners should not have to settle for finished labels that look and feel differently from traditionally established and accepted print methods, just because they are digitally produced," said CDT President Sean Marske. "At Colordyne, our mission has always been to engineer digital printing solutions for the converter that effectively augment their CMYK flexographic printing services, and the CDT 1600-PC Series achieves this goal."

What does this mean for converters? Simply put, the CDT 1600-PC Series complements traditional printing services providing unparalleled flexibility in handling print jobs that may be inefficient and cost prohibitive on existing CMYK flexo presses.

By incorporating CDT digital solutions, converters can profitably queue mixed-copy and mixed-color print runs in succession as efficient, stand-alone jobs. Furthermore, shorter print runs can be broken out of large, multi-job blanket orders and produced on the CDT 1600-PC to complement traditional flexo printing and boost profits.

The CDT 1600-PC Laser Pro is a robust full color digital printing system with high resolution printing and speed which features a high speed Laser Die Cutting System to make the industry's fastest and most affordable integrated printing and converting system on the market. AzTECH Converting Systems manufactured the web handling system which includes 10" maximum web width and precision servo web control with an operator touch screen.

The CDT 1600-PC Printing System integrates LasX Industries' V400 Laser System to kiss-cut, slit, or perforate label materials. Colordyne's 1600-PC Laser Pro may be equipped with a complete flexographic print/coating station with UV curing, a lamination tower for applying over laminate, a pneumatic waste windup, and an adjustable underscore unit to provide a complete in-line printing system with short set-up and run times.

The 1600-PC Laser Pro offers the ultimate in digital efficiency and cost effectiveness. Dramatically increase short run profitability by reducing the job start up waste and change over time between jobs. All while maintaining 1600 x 1200 dpi resolution and print speeds of up to 49 m/min. With the addition of AzTECH's state of the art laser die cutting finishing systems, operators can move from one print job to the next, regardless of image, color, shape, or size, eliminating the need for an extensive rotary die inventory.  

"We are excited to unveil our CDT 1600-PC Laser Pro to the European market at the Labelexpo-Europe 2013, as we are sure that this revolutionary 1600 dpi, digital label press will create a lot of interest," said Steve Hubbard, General Manager EMEA, Delphax Technologies. "Certainly one press not to miss in action at the show."

CDT, in conjunction with Delphax Technologies, their master distributor for EMEA and South America, invites industry professionals to learn how CDT printing solutions can be put to work for their business - increased profits, faster turn-around times to customers, expanded print services capability, and fewer quote rejections.


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