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L – R: Heiner Klokkers, member of the board, Ursula Borgmann, group CEO and chief technology officer, Heiner Ringer, chairman and member of the executive board and Ashwani Bhardwaj, managing director, Micro Inks and member of management board, Huber Group at the Gecko ink launch. Photo PSA

Flexible packaging printingDigiPrime 680 from MichelmanMichelman has introduced the latest addition to its line of HP-recommended DigiPrime digital press primers. Water-based DigiPrime 680 is formulated for use with the HP Indigo WS6X00 series of digital presses and is particularly effective for flexible packaging printing applications. It improves ink receptivity on most types of film, exhibits good lamination bond strength, and improves printing performance on shrink sleeves.
Water-based DigiPrime 680 is formulated for use with the HP Indigo WS6X00 series of digital presses and is particularly effective for flexible packaging printing applicationsCustomers with existing WS6X00 presses will require an upgrade kit from HP to run DigiPrime 680. HP Indigo will shortly implement a solution that will allow newly purchased WS6800 presses with in-line priming units to run DigiPrime 680 with no modifications. Michelman exhibited in HP’s stand at Print China which was held from 7 to 12 April 2015 in Guangdong, China and featured its line of primer and overprint varnish solutions for HP press owners.

DigiPrime 680 is manufactured in Singapore, Belgium and the USA, and is available worldwide. Michelman offers an extensive line of primers and overprint varnishes formulated to allow HP Indigo users to get the most out of their presses.