Mark Andy will release four products at Labelexpo Brussels, including its Digital Pro line, a modular entry- to mid-market digital system. On Stand 4C45, Labelexpo attendees will see live demonstrations of Digital Pro 3, the inline converting model fitted with semi-rotary die-cutting. The roll-to-roll configuration, Digital Pro 1, will also be on display on Stand 8A60 in the ‘Digital Hall’ for the first time. Printing at 23.4 meters a minute (77 feet a minute), the new product line provides production-level speed for all applications in addition to a low cost to print.
The Digital Series HD, a 7-color UV inkjet press with QCDC-SR, Live VDP and StitchAI will be making its first appearance in Brussels since launching in spring of 2018. Mark Andy’s full-production hybrid digital inkjet system is now available in 431 millimeter (17 inch) web-width, and will be demonstrated four times daily, with special demonstrations highlighting its high-speed shrink sleeve capabilities.
The newest iteration of Mark Andy flexographic technology will also be displayed at Labelexpo. Representatives from Mark Andy Print Products Europe will be on the stand during the show. Mark Andy Print Products, now supporting European converters and customers, offer flexo pressroom consumables, including plate mounting tape, doctor blades, anilox rolls, splicing tape, pressroom chemistry and more. An on-stand consultation with Mark Andy can be scheduled registering here.
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