Dantex will run an open house next week to showcase its PicoColour UV inkjet label press.
At the event, there will be speakers from Dantex as well as Herma, Xaar and Graphic Republic. Partners will also be available to talk about inline and offline finishing equipment.
Business development manager Simon Cosh said: “This event aims to offer insight into true digital printing to enable customers to see why inkjet should be the preferred technology in the future of print. The PicoColour has been on the market for roughly three years and has gained much interest.”
The event will enable attendees to talk through their thoughts and opinions on the PicoColour for possible future products.
“The PicoColour is a different channel for short-run or specialist jobs that they can run out more successfully,” said marketing manager Sarah Newell.
“We always listen to what customers think and their ideas and try to implement them into our designs.”
Dantex’s PicoColour UV 210mm-wide machine prints at speeds up to 35m/min and can take on a wide range of substrates with no need to pre-coat. Its special features include optional variable data, colour management and a number of modular finishing options.
It will be showcased running live at the event at Dantex’s Bradford base on 17-18 July.