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Xeikon PX3000 UV Inkjet Press Demonstrates Color-Logic at Labelexpo

Monday, September 30, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

West Chester, Ohio – At Labelexpo 2019 in Brussels, Xeikon showcased their PX3000 UV inkjet press using the Color-Logic Metallic Color System. Based on the performance of the PX3000 press at the show and print samples provided by Xeikon, Color-Logic is pleased to grant certification to the press for use with the Color-Logic metallic system.

Mark Geeves, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing, discussing certification of the press, commented: "The Xeikon PX3000 UV inkjet press is an excellent example of the new digital inkjet presses now entering the market. The print quality of the PX3000 is demonstrated in the samples we received for certification. But the true benefits of digital print to brands lies in the ability of digital print to provide the desired wow factor, while providing faster time-to-market and keeping costs down even when the number of SKUs is increasing. Color-Logic helps designers take advantage of what is possible when using the Xeikon digital presses. While Xeikon automates the printing process, Color-Logic provides predictable file embellishments at the design stage utilizing Xeikon white ink and CMYK on metallic stock. Any designer can produce decorative effects and embellishment with Color-Logic design tools at a fraction of the time and without the tedious trial and error methods often used. All Print Starts With Design, and Color-Logic is pleased to add the Xeikon PX3000 to its list of certified presses for production.

For more information, visit www.color-logic.com or call +1-513-258-0047.

Xeikon PX3000 UV Inkjet Press Running Color-Logic Labels

 

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