SCODIX, ISRAEL – Scodix, the leading provider of digital enhancement solutions for the graphic arts industry, will launch the Scodix Ultra™ Digital Enhancement Press at IPEX 2014, stand N4-D371, from March 24-29 at London’s ExCel.
The Scodix Ultra Digital Enhancement Press is the industry’s fastest high-quality and most accurate digital enhancement press. Capable of producing 1,250 B2+ (21.5 x 31.0 inches) size sheets per hour, it is based on the company’s Scodix SENSE™ technology, which includes:
- Scodix RSP™ Technology: Ensures pin-point enhancement positioning and registration;
- Scodix High Impact: Touch and feel to make your print stand out;
- Scodix 99 GU: Delivers the highest level of gloss units attainable for printed materials;
- Scodix Variable Density: Allows for variable polymer thickness – all in 1 single pass.
These combined technologies enable the Scodix Ultra to deliver results that meet and exceed the critical production requirements of even the most demanding commercial PSP’s or folding-carton packaging converters. The Scodix Ultra supports a wide array of applications including stationery, business cards, book covers, premium packaging, marketing and promotional tools, greeting cards, and photo albums.
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The new addition joins a continuously expanding portfolio of solutions for commercial PSP’s and folding carton packaging converters, as well as to trade finishers and W2P service providers.
Mr. Kobi Bar, CEO & Co-founder, Scodix, “IPEX is a great platform for us to demonstrate the clear advantages made possible by the Scodix Ultra Digital Enhancement Press. With visitors expected from all print production sectors we will be able to show them how any item of print from the humble business card to luxury goods packaging can be transformed creating truly memorable results.
“We appreciate many attendees will be looking to IPEX for ways to differentiate their service offering to their customers. Scodix delivers a cost effective and efficient way for them to expand their capabilities, add value and create new conversations. The highly visual tactile enhancements it makes possible are another way to engage end-user senses and make them interact with the final piece of print in a new way. This recognition helps support brand awareness, consumer assurance and shelf short for packaging.”