Scodix launches E106

Enhancement press for the folding carton market

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The Scodix E106 delivers premium quality effects including Scodix Sense, Scodix Spot, Scodix Braille, Scodix Digital Embossing, Scodix Variable Data finishes and Scodix Foil

Scodix has launched the E106 enhancement press for the folding carton market. Scodix E106 will be brought by Monotech Systems in India who is the official partner of Scodix with more than 22 installations of Scodix presses in the country.

The Scodix E106 will make its debut at drupa 2016 (Hall 4 Stand D-60). Offered in a B1 (1,060 x 760 mm) format and enabling ultra-fast production (up to 4,000 sph) the press makes medium to short-run lengths viable that were previously unachievable. This unique combination of features, exclusive to Scodix technology, provides clear benefits for folding carton printers and converters to differentiate their offering and boost profit margins.

“We expect the Scodix E106 to be highly disruptive in the packaging sector. We have already taken eight press orders from prospective customers – many claiming that this was the kind of unique capability they urgently needed,” states Roy Porat, CEO of Scodix.

Delivering multiple print enhancements in one versatile technology platform, the Scodix E106 press delivers premium quality effects including Scodix Sense, Scodix Spot, Scodix Braille, Scodix Digital Embossing, Scodix Variable Data finishes and Scodix Foil. The Scodix E106 foil system was developed for Scodix by market leaders, Compact Foilers, as a continuation of their ongoing cooperation.

Scodix partnered with world-leading expert in paper handling solutions, MABEG Systems, to design and produce the Scodix E106 paper handling system. Consequently, the digital enhancement press is proficient with a wide range of substrates from paperboard to plastic and metallized boards, as well as offset and digital prints and even WB coated and a wide range of laminated products.

Using the Scodix E106, folding carton converters and brand owners will be able to create impact and maximize shelf appeal for a wide range of consumer products. “The new Scodix E106 extends the capabilities of our Scodix Ultra Series and Scodix S Series, using proven technology to deliver digital enhancement capabilities in a B1 format – typically used by the folding carton market and therefore integrating seamlessly into existing production lines. Now brand owners can create stunning new products using foil over foil, adding Scodix Sense effects over foil, or personalizing with Scodix Variable Data Sense or Scodix Variable Data Foil – effects that were previously unachievable in this market. The Scodix E106 delivers the perfect mix of size, speed, and striking quality, while saving cost,” concludes Porat.

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