DuPont Advanced Printing to highlight innovations

Hall N2 Stand A140

The DuPont stand at drupa 2016. Photo PSA

DuPont Advanced Printing will highlight DuPont Cyrel EASY flexographic printing plate technology at Hall N2 Stand A140 during All In Print China 2016. Developed specifically for the flexible packaging and tag and label markets, Cyrel EASY plates are based on a new polymer technology that produces higher ink transfer, color saturation and resolution. Significantly higher solid ink density has been demonstrated in customer testing, without compromising on highlights. Cyrel EASY simplifies the prepress process by building the flat top digital dot directly into the plate, resulting in increased productivity and consistency.

DuPont Advanced Printing is launching the new Cyrel EASY plate portfolio for the corrugated, beverage and folding carton markets, to meet the increasing demand for the flat-top-dot plate technology in the local market. Show visitors will have the opportunity to see the complete Cyrel EASY plate portfolio which is available for thermal and solvent processes with engineered surface or smooth surface.

Introduced in 2015, the latest addition to the leading DuPont Cyrel brand flexographic systems portfolio delivers color complexity and workflow simplicity. More than 100 customers globally are already using the new DuPont Cyrel EASY plates. Additional technologies featured at the show will include – the DuPont Cyrel FAST 2000 TD system, which ensures quality and productivity in a mid-size 42- inch x 60-inch format; DuPont Artistri digital inks and DuPont Izon anti-counterfeit technology.

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