Trojanlabel Uses Memjet Inkjet Technology to Drive Innovation
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Press release from the issuing company
New OEM development system on display at drupa 2016 enables partners to quickly integrate solutions for high-quality printing on a range of thicker materials
San Diego, California – Memjet (www.memjet.com) and Trojanlabel (www.trojanlabel.com), a Denmark-based developer of affordable, cutting-edge digital printing solutions, announce that Trojanlabel has incorporated Memjet’s patented inkjet technology into their TrojanThree overprinter solution for OEMs, and has expanded the finishing options for their innovative TrojanTwo mini digital label press. Both of these solutions will be on display at the Trojanlabel stand (Hall 3, Booth 3B31) at drupa 2016, taking place May 31–June 10 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Mikkel Wichmann, managing director at Trojanlabel, says, “We have a reputation for developing and implementing innovative solutions that stay one step ahead of what the market requires. Memjet printing technology helps us to maintain that reputation. These printheads produce the speed, ease of use, and low cost of ownership needed for our products. As a result, we have two strong solutions to show at drupa–and to service the needs of the industry.”
At drupa, Trojanlabel will present two Memjet-powered solutions:
The TrojanThree overprinter allows OEMs and integrators to quickly create their own Memjet-powered final products, including envelopes, card stock, corrugated packaging, bubble pack, folding cartons, and thicker media such as wood.
Previously, this type of printing had been difficult to accomplish and expensive to produce in short-runs. TrojanThree solves those challenges by providing an advanced overprinter that can be easily configured with a transport system and fine-tuned for different media types and market segments. By optimizing the TrojanThree, OEM’s and integrators can open up a wide-range of business opportunities and provide new value for their clients.
To view a video of the capabilities of the TrojanThree in action, click here.
The TrojanTwo is a sophisticated mini press that can deliver the results of larger, more expensive systems. The press enables full-color and variable imaging on demand for roll-to-roll label printing, so it can easily function as a mini press for label converters and brand owners looking for an affordable way to print high-quality labels at 18M/min and 1600x1600.
Click here to view a customer story about how the speed and responsiveness of the TrojanTwo mini press supports UK-based label converter Excel Labels.
The press also includes sophisticated algorithms and has a self-maintaining system that lets converters run larger volumes of labels while still maintaining high print quality.
“Memjet printheads are changing how printing gets done, and these solutions from Trojanlabel are a great example of that transformation. They bring together Memjet’s high-speed, digital color printing technology with Trojanlabel’s cutting edge development efforts. The result of this collaboration gives Trojan’s customers an affordable way to print on an exciting variety of card stock, packaging, envelopes and thicker materials all in full color,” says Kim Beswick, general manager of the desktop division of Memjet.
Ms. Beswick goes on to note, “It has also been gratifying to see how many label converters now rely on the TrojanTwo mini press to give them a faster, easier way to meet customer demands. We are proud of the work being done by Trojanlabel and for the positive impact they make on their customer’s business.”
See the Technology in Action at drupa
Attendees of drupa can see the Trojanlabel solutions in action at their stand (Hall 3, Booth 3B31). To learn more about these solutions, visit trojanlabel.com.
Memjet will demonstrate how their high-speed, digital color printing technology is changing the printing landscape. In Hall 5 at stand C24, Memjet will showcase solutions that deliver the speed, ease of use, and low ownership cost that companies need to pursue new opportunities and expand their businesses.
To learn more or to schedule an appointment, visit rockyourprint.com
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