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Labeltech Open House to Demonstrate First Colordyne Production Class digital label presses installed in Europe

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

BROOKFIELD, WI - Labeltech, Colordyne Technologies(CDT), LasX Industries, and Delphax Technologies cordially invite all to attend an Open House 14-15 May 2014 to live demonstrate two recently purchased CDT Production Class digital label printing presses. The CDT 1600-PC Sprint and the CDT 1600-PC Laser Pro units will be on display and printing live at Labeltech's premises, in IJsselstein, near Utrecht in the Netherlands. 

The two Open House days at Labeltech will offer the opportunity for packaging manufacturers to view both the CDT 1600-PC Sprint's fast speed and high resolution printing, and the CDT 1600-PC Laser Pro's in-line laser cutting and finishing abilities. The CDT Production Class units installed at Labeltech are the first units to be installed in Europe following several successful installations in the United States. The CDT print engine, supplementing both these units, prints full process CMYK at 160 feet per minute (49 m/min) at 1600 x 1200 dpi resolution, thus replicating the look and feel of CMYK flexo while allowing for the flexibility of digital printing.

Open House Agenda

Starting at 11:00 a.m., both days will consist of:

  • Presentation on technologies of Colordyne and LasX
  • Demonstration of both the CDT 1600-PC Sprint and Laser Pro units
  • Question and answer session with the technical teams
  • Meet and greet with the presidents and owners of Labeltech (Peter Van Leeuwen), Colordyne Technologies (Gary Falconbridge), LasX Industries (William Dinauer), and Delphax Technologies (Steve Hubbard)

The nearest airport is Schiphol and transportation can be arranged to Labeltech's factory from the airport. There will be a preferential rate available at a hotel in Utrecht for any overnight stays. A reception and dinner will be held each evening following the Open House presentations.

RSVP by 3 May 2014 to Attend this Event

For more details and to RSVP for this event, please email Karri Duerwachter at marketing@colordynetech.com with the contact information for those who wish to attend. Please include the following information: full name, company name, address, e-mail address, phone number, and preferred date of attendance.

The Look and Feel of CMYK Flexo. The Flexibility of Digital.

The CDT 1600-PC digital color label press platforms are the only digital presses that successfully reproduce the look and feel of CMYK flexo printing for labels and tags. The 1600-PC Series complements existing flexo services by providing unparalleled flexibility in handling print jobs which may be inefficient and not cost effective on existing flexo presses.

The CDT 1600-PC Sprint is an entry level, roll-to-roll printing system capable of printing full-bleed on pre-die cut material, ready for label applicator equipment. The Sprint is also capable of printing on continuous rolls of material for the job to be completed off-line on existing web finishing systems. The Sprint prints at 1600 x 1200 dpi resolution at print speeds up to 160 feet per minute (49 m/min).

Offering the ultimate in digital efficiency and cost effectiveness, using Memjet™ technology, the CDT 1600-PC Laser Pro also touts print speeds up to 160 feet per minute (49 m/min) at 1600 x 1200 dpi resolution. It's full, in-line finishing system and LasX's laser cutting system can accurately kiss-cut any size or shape label on-the-fly and finish labels with UV- or aqueous-based coatings or lamination.


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