Color-Logic certifies Nilpeter Panorama Digital Press

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Nilpeter Panorama DP-3 stand-alone digital press has been certified by Color-Logic in May 2018

The Nilpeter Panorama DP-3 stand-alone digital press has been certified by Color-Logic in May 2018 to be used with the Color-Logic process for label applications. Mark Geeves, Color-Logic director of sales and marketing, commenting on the certification, said, “Test samples of Color-Logic printing done on the Nilpeter Panorama digital press were outstanding. Color-Logic has worked with Nilpeter conventional presses since our founding nearly ten years ago, ensuring that converters who currently operate Nilpeter flexo presses and the Nilpeter Panorama will be able to utilize the Color-Logic process in both,
flexo and digital printing. Nilpeter Panorama customers can provide 250 metallic colors to clients, together with unlimited decorative effects created at the design stage with no post-finishing required. The combination of Color-Logic and Nilpeter makes our decorative special effects and metallic colors available to Nilpeter press owners around the world.”

Color-Logic is a developer of color communication systems and software tool sets for a variety of special effect printing applications. The company provides brand owners, product managers, corporations, and their advertising agencies with a simple print production process that yields dramatic results in order to differentiate themselves and their clients. Color-Logic decorative effects uses the existing workflows of printers and designers, to achieve dynamic results without the use of special equipment. It supports the value of print and works with designers and printers to enhance their printed media.

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