DuPont to show Cyrel EASY technology

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DuPont will be highlighting DuPont Cyrel EASY flexographic printing plate technology at drupa

Introduced in 2015, the latest addition to the leading DuPont Cyrel brand flexographic systems portfolio is advancing flexography by delivering color complexity and workflow simplicity. The plates perform exceedingly well on press, delivering high solid ink density and excellent fade-to-zero highlights. Press operations also benefit because these plates come up to color very quickly and minimize start-up waste. This is part of an ongoing effort by DuPont to drive progress in the flexographic printing industry by improving quality, sustainability and productivity.

During drupa, print samples, demonstrations, tours and featured speakers will reveal how DuPont works across the package printing industry value chain to address technology needs and help customers achieve desired results consistent with their brand-building initiatives. Additional technologies featured at the show will include the DuPont Cyrel FAST 2000 TD system, which ensures outstanding quality and productivity in a mid-size 42 x 60-inch format; DuPont Artistri digital inks; DuPont Tyvek packaging technology; and DuPont Izon anti-counterfeit technology.

DuPont Advanced Printing brings together leading technologies and products for the printing and package printing industries. DuPont Cyrel is one of the world’s leading flexographic platemaking systems in digital and conventional formats, including the new Cyrel EASY photopolymer plates and Cyrel FAST plates and processing equipment. DuPont Izon provides anti-counterfeit solutions and document security systems to corporate and government entities whereas DuPont Artistri offers high-quality inks for consumer, commercial, office inkjet and textile printing applications.

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