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Messe Düsseldorf GmbH
Postfach 101006
40001 Düsseldorf
Germany
Tel. +49 (0)221 / 45 60-01
Fax +49 (0)221 / 45 60-668
www.messe-duesseldorf.de
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1 Exhibitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ACTEGA Terra GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Apex Group of Companies . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Asahi Photoproducts (Europe) n.v./s.a. . . . . . . .
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ASTEKS A.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ATP adhesive systems AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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AtéCé Graphic Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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AVD Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . .
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Baldwin Germany GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Bamberger Kaliko GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.10 Beijing Kincolor Digital Technology Co., Ltd. . . . .
1.11 Bekaert NV/SA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.12 bi.esse adesivi spa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.13 BiOGRAPHiC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.14 BIRKAN Drucktuchtechnik GmbH . . . . . . . . . .
1.15 bn tapes & labels GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.16 Boehler Uddeholm Precision Strip GmbH & Co. KG
1.17 Bostik GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.18 BYK-Chemie GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.19 Böttcher GmbH & Co. KG, Felix . . . . . . . . . . .
1.20 Cartiere Miliani Fabriano spa . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.21 CGS - Publishing Technologies International GmbH
1.22 Chemline India Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.23 CIBA AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.24 Co-rich Adh Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.25 Collins Ink Corp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.26 Continental Grafix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.27 ContiTech Elastomer-Beschichtungen GmbH . . . .
1.28 Cosmo Films Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.29 Cropper Speciality Papers Ltd., James . . . . . . .
1.30 Daetwyler Max AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.31 Day International GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.32 doro tape Ehlis GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . .
1.33 Dorstener Drahtwerke H. W. Brune & Co. GmbH .
1.34 Dortschy GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Kast GmbH, Günther Techn.
Gewebe
Fasererzeugnisse KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.36 DURAL GmbH Klebstoffe / Adhesives . . . . . . . .
1.37 Durrer Spezialmaschinen AG . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Eastman Kodak Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eastsign International Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ECKART GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ECS (Nottingham) Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Edigit International Srl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EFI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EFI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eggen GmbH & Co. KG, Hanns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eltete TPM Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Epsilon Composite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Erdmann GmbH & Co. KG, Heinrich Drahtwerk . . . . . . . .
Estyma Piotr Rogoznicki . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EUKALIN GmbH Spezial-Klebstoff Fabrik . . . . . . . . . . . .
Europapier International GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FiberMark Red Bridge International Limited . . . . . . . . . . .
FIMOR S.A.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flexo Concepts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flexo Wash ApS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flint Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flora / RTZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Folex GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Folien Fischer AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Forbo Siegling GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Forever GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Frimpeks Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FTB - Filtertechnik Brockmann GmbH & Co. KG Systemlieferant für die Filtertechnik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FUJIKURA RUBBER LTD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gandinnovations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gasperini, Carlo & C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gateway Bookbinding Systems Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GBC Commercial Laminating Solution Group . . . . . . . . .
GBZ Mannheim GmbH + Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gleitsmann Security Inks GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GMG GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GMUND GmbH & Co. KG, Büttenpapierfabrik . . . . . . . . .
Graef GmbH, August GNU Metallsägen- und SchneidlinienFabrik GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grafityp Selfadhesive Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grafmaj AM Aneta Szczublinska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grapac Japan Co., Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GRAPP AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Graymills Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GTK - TIMEK GROUP SA . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Günther Business Solutions GmbH . . . . . . . . .
Habasit AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hammond Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hang GmbH, Constantin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HANNECARD NV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hausleiter Druckhilfsmittel GmbH & Co. KG . . . .
Heimann GmbH Grafische Technik und Handel . .
Heinzel Sales - Wilfried Heinzel AG . . . . . . . . .
Henkel KGaA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Herzer Interflex GmbH Papierverarbeitungstechnik
Hologram Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hostmann Steinberg GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hostmann-Steinberg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hostmann-Steinberg Canada . . . . . . . . . . . .
Huber München GmbH, Michael . . . . . . . . . . .
Hubergroup China Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I.M.C. GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I.T.G. GmbH Graphic Products . . . . . . . . . . . .
IBF Indústria Brasileira de Filmes S.A. . . . . . . .
IMAF SPA - Industria Materiali Fotochimici . . . . .
Inpro Silkscreen Solutions B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intercol Industriele Klebstoff . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INX International Ink Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IPB Baier GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ITW Foils bv . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Janoschka GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jowat AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jänecke + Schneemann Druckfarben GmbH . . . .
K&S INDUSTRIEBEDARF GmbH . . . . . . . . . .
Katsura Roller Mfg. Co., Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KIMOTO LTD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kinetic-Art-Factory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kinyo Europe GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KISSEL + WOLF GmbH / KIWO . . . . . . . . . . .
Koehler AG, August Papierfabrik . . . . . . . . . .
Kompac GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kornit Digital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KOTI - GmbH Industrielle u. technische Bürsten . .
KRIS S.R.L. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KSL staubtechnik gmbh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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KULLEN GmbH & Co. KG Technische Bürsten . .
KURZ Stiftung & Co. KG, Leonhard . . . . . . . .
Landqart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LECTOR Computersysteme GmbH . . . . . . . .
LENZING PAPIER GMBH . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LOGOTEC verfahrenstechnische produkte gmbh
Lohmann GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lötters, Drahtwerk GmbH & Co. KG, Friedr. . . .
M-real Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MacDermid Printing Solutions . . . . . . . . . . .
Magnesium Elektron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Marabu GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Marbach, Karl GmbH & Co. KG Stanzformtechnik
Marks GmbH & Co. KG, Ernst . . . . . . . . . . .
Martin Miller GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Marylock® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Melchers Techexport GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . .
Merck KGaA PLS Pigments PPS . . . . . . . . .
MESSERSI PACKAGING SRL . . . . . . . . . . .
MHM Holding GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Micro Inks Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Miller Graphics Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MIRUNA Ltda., Industria de Maquinas . . . . . .
Mitsubishi Paper Mills Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mohawk Fine Papers Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Morchem, S.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Myllykoski Sales GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nikka Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Norske Skogindustrier ASA . . . . . . . . . . . .
Novurania S.p.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OGIS Muhendislik san. tic. ltd. . . . . . . . . . . .
One Solution S.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optaglio Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overhoff Drahtwerk GmbH, August . . . . . . . .
Pantone Europe GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PARAS INDUSTRIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Perfectproof NV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
peyer graphic gmbh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pfäffle Maschinenbau GmbH, Ernst . . . . . . . .
Phoenix Xtra BLANKETS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Piculell Grafisk A/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Planatol System GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.162 Polywest Kunststofftechnik Saueressig & Partner GmbH & Co.
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1.163 Presstek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.164 Print O Graph Machinery Industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.165 Printec / Pix Europe GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.166 Printer-Mate Enterprise Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.167 Printers Repair Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.168 Printinform / Intercoat Divisions of AMC Pancke AG . . . . . .
1.169 PRINTING INKS TECHNOLOGY AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.170 PRO blanket bars GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.172 Prägo Patrizen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.175 Rainer May GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.176 Raster R. Nowak i s-ka, Spolka Jawna . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.177 Rauch GmbH, R. Papiere, Folien und Ideen . . . . . . . . . .
1.178 Reka Klebetechnik GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.179 Renzmann Apparatebau GmbH, D. W. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.180 ROGERS NV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.181 Rohm and Haas Europe SARL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.182 Russell Webb Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.183 Röbel & Fiedler Forst Chemie GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.184 SAKATA INX Corp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.185 SANDVIK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.186 Sanem Printing Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.187 Sappi Fine Paper Europe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.188 SAUERESSIG GmbH + Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.189 Saverio Rief Srl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.190 Scapa UK Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.191 Schlenk Metallic Pigments GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.192 Schmedt e.K., H.-H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.193 Schmid Rhyner AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.197 Sefar AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.198 Shanghai Sanding Printing Rubber Product Manufacture . . .
1.199 Shanghai Teckwin Development Co., Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.200 Siegel GmbH + Co, Helmut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.201 Siegwerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.202 Sihl GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Stora Enso Oyj . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stork Prints B.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Streb AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Sun LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Super Film Ambalaj San. Tic. AS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Suzhou Kingswood Printing Ink Co., Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . .
Swemko UK Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Techno-Grafica GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
technotrans AG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TECNORULLI s.r.l. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Teknova Matbaacilik Kimya Sanayi ve Ticaret Ltd. Sti . . . .
Telsas wire an wire products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tetenal AG + Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tolerans AB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TOYO INK MFG. Co., Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trelleborg Engineered Systems Italy SpA . . . . . . . . . . .
Tutzschke GmbH, Frithjof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ultrachem Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ultralen Film GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
UNGRICHT GMBH + CO KG Roller + Engraving Technology
Unibind . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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VEGRA GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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von Bronk Gummi- und Kunststofftechnik GmbH . . . . . . .
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Westland Gummiwerke GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.246 WT Well-Tape GmbH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.247 Xanté Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.248 Xiamen Yinchi Packing Co., Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.249 Yantai Hongqing Packing Material Co., Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . .
1.250 Zeller & Gmelin GmbH & Co. KG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ACTEGA Terra GmbH
Address
Industriestraße 12
31275 Lehrte
Germany
Phone
+49-51325009-0
Fax
+49-51325009-110
Internet address
http://www.actega.com/terra
E-Mail
office.actega.terra@altana.com
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Company News
05/06/2008
ACTEGA Terra GmbH
The future is today! ACTEGA Terra presents coating
innovations at drupa
In hall 3, ACTEGA Terra shows revolutionary innovations in the area of waterbased coatings, UV varnishes and effect coatings. These innovations will be
presented to the broad public for the first time. 1. Coatings based on renewable
resources Also in the printing industry, requirements increase for environmentalfriendly consumables and processes. „Green Printing“ is in the centre of interest. New technologies that save resources are introduced; ecological printing
inks and substrates are used.
But there has still been one challenge - until now. After intensive research,
ACTEGA Terra is now introducing a new product line. TerraGreen is not only
waterbased and free of solvents. It is based on natural resins and waxes. In its
resource base it is independent of petrochemicals and so it does not add to the
shortage of fossil resources. In addition, TerraGreen protects our climate in a
sustainable way.
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Next to the environment, the printer profits as well. The TerraGreen Gloss Coating G 5/200 is the first coating of the new product line. Certified by the accredited institute Dr. Wessling, it has excellent odour and migration properties. This
makes it suitable for the direct contact with foodstuffs. The coating was developed for the application out of the coating unit in sheet-fed offset. Its core
functions, such as scratch and scuff resistance, block resistance or gloss, are
comparable to traditional water based coatings. There is no change in production necessary.
In future, many printbuyers will put more emphasis on the environmental awareness of their suppliers. Printers that fulfil the demand of their customers clearly
benefit. They act as pioneers and realise a positive image effect. This does not
only satisfy existing customers, but also supports the acquisition of new clients.
2. Matt and gloss effects with just one coating High gloss pictures on matt paper
– many printing jobs in the area of commercial printing face this requirement.
Surely, a well-known example is the traditional product brochure. Is the objective to realise matt and gloss effects with just one coating unit and without the
use of primers, this is a challenge.
If printers choose matt paper in combination with the full application of a gloss
coating, the matt character of the substrate is lost. Taking a matt coating, the
printing motive’s gloss is affected. In the same way, the use of gloss paper does
not lead to the requested result.
The solution is a coating that can realise both effects. With the waterbased
TerraEffekt matt & gloss G 9/707, applied out of the coating unit after printing,
areas with high colour coverage become glossy. The surface of areas that are
not printed, however, become matt.
The advantages of the TerraEffekt matt & gloss G 9/707 are obvious. In just one
coating process, matt and gloss effects are achieved. Moreover, the coating
shows a good scratch and scuff resistance as well as block resistance. The use
on a gloss paper leads to optimum results. 3. UV Spot Coating with high edge
definition Everything depends on the right accentuation. By means of stressing single elements within a printed area, designers lead the awareness of the
viewer to the most important parts. The more an element stands out from its
setting, the more attention it gains. Naturally, brand owners know which information about their products they want to focus on. Whether they choose text
parts or a picture, the main thing is that their message reaches the customer.
for the spot application. This coating shows an excellent high edge definition
together with an optimum gloss and gives a raised appearance to the finished
print. It is highly reactive and characterised by good odour properties. The
coating can be applied out of the coating unit in sheet-fed offset or via offline
coating.
Product Overview
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Printer’s varnishes
Product Details
05.1135
ACTEGA Terra GmbH
Printer’s varnishes
Overprint varnishes
TerraWet Waterbased Coatings High gloss coatings, gloss coatings, matt coatings, neutral coatings, migrationless coatings, blister coatings, barrier coatings,
heat resistant coatings, anti-slip coatings, calander coatings, release coatings,
anti-sealing coatings, playing card coatings, haptic coatings, primer
TerraGloss UV Coatings High gloss coatings, matt coatings, spot coatings, migrationless coatings, release coatings, anti-slip coatings, playing card coatings,
waterbased primer
TerraEffekt Effect Coatings Gold coatings, silver coatings, pearlescent coatings,
opaque white, coloured coatings, matt/gloss systems
TerraGreen Coatings based on renewable resources
But how can elements be emphasised most effectively? Surely, a good example
is UV spot coating. If the coating is additionally able to realise a clear differentiation from its background, the printbuyer’s requirement is fulfilled.
As a result of this thought, TerraGloss UV Spot Coating G 8/292 was developed
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Apex Group of Companies
Address
Product Overview
Metaalweg 8-10
5527 AK Hapert
Netherlands
Phone
+31-497361111
Fax
+31-497361122
Internet address
http://www.apex-groupofcompanies.com
E-Mail
info@apex-europe.com
Stand
Apex Group of Companies
02.1415
Flexographic rollers, see anilox rollers 2.1675, 5.1360
02.1675
Anilox rollers
05.1450
Sleeves
05.1510
Roller washing and treatment solutions
06.1005
Training and further education
Product Details
Hall 11, B25 (Page 1240)
05.1450
Apex Group of Companies
Sleeves
UltraQuick anilox sleeves
Company News
04/09/2008
Apex Group of Companies
Apex Group of Companies’ new developments at
Drupa
Genetic Transfer Technology: this development is used for manufacturing UniCorr®, UniFlex® and UniCoat® metering rolls. It effects the transfer of ink in a
superior way to any traditional roll, due to a revolutionary roll surface. Neither
the surface material (formerly pure ceramic), or the metering structure (formerly
determined in l/cm) can be compared with any current anilox technology.
UniFli® (Uni- Fast Light Innovative) is the new standard for anilox rolls in the
narrow web industry. This special lightweight anilox roll has a body construction
of anodyzed aluminium, as durable and accurate as steel for one-way deliveries
only, available against an attractive transparent price, using an efficient stock
programme for fast deliveries.
The latest technology for identification of anilox rolls, is the RFID carrier, where
anilox rolls will be fitted with a micro-chip on which relevant data will be stored.
Apex produces anilox sleeves for all machine dimensions according to the official OEM drawings. Sleeves
become more common in flexoprinting machines. Apex’
sleeve base has aluminium rings for high accuracy in
TIR, without using a flexible (foam) intermediate layer.
The sleeve keeps its tolerance better in the machine, as
aluminium safeguards the compressibility. Because of the stability the top layer
of the aluminium casting can be thinner, without loosing stability, saving approx
5 kg in weight! The sleeves can be supplied with stainless steel end rings for
protection of the sides.
05.1510
Roller washing and treatment solutions
Bioclean Liquids & BioJet Equipment
Apex offers a wide range of cleaning liquids for daily
and periodical cleaning of anilox rolls, plates, etc. The
liquids are user- and environmentally friendly. Different
products are available for Water based inks, UV inks or
Solvent based inks.
For the mechanical deep-cleaning of anilox rolls, the
BioJet system can be used. It removes all types of inks and even two component
coatings, using special dry Sodium Bicarbonate powder for anilox rolls. A safe
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and environmentally friendly way of cleaning directly in the machine or outside
the machine.
Product Details
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Asahi Photoproducts (Europe) n.v./s.a.
Printing formes for flexographic printing
AFP - DSF - Flexodruckplatte
Die AFP-DSF von Asahi verbindet die überzeugende
Flexibilität einer mittelharten Platte mit den Vorzügen
einer harten Platte. Sie kommt idealer Weise dort
zum Einsatz, wo für ein optimales Druckergebnis eine
„harte“ Druckplatte eingesetzt werden sollte, das zu
bedruckende Substrat allerdings eine „weiche“ Druckplatte fordert.
Asahi Photoproducts (Europe) n.v./s.a.
Address
Paepsem Business Park, Boulevard
1070 Brüssel
Belgium
Phone
+32-25260530
Fax
+32-25260555
Internet address
http://www.asahi-photoproducts.com
E-Mail
planing@asahi-photoproducts.be
Stand
Hall 05, D20 (Page 1216)
Product Overview
AFP-DSH-Flexodruckplatte
Die AFP-DSH-Flexodruckplatte vereint die drucktechnischen Vorteile der AFP-SH-Platte mit allen Vorzügen
einer digital gefertigten Flexodruckplatte. Ob auf Folie,
Papier oder Karton, es werden stets Druckergebnisse
von sehr hoher Qualität erreicht.
APR - F 500 Hydroflex
Asahi Photoproducts (Europe) n.v./s.a.
01.1035
Washing-out units for letterpress and flexo plates
02.1210
Printing formes for flexographic printing
05.1110
Printing formes for flexographic printing
05.1535
Platemaking accessories & supplies
APR - F 500 ist ein neu entwickeltes Flüssigpolymer um den qualitativen Anforderungen nach höherer Druckqualität bei gleichzeitger Reduzierung der Flächengewichte,
Rechnung zu tragen.Die neue Druckplatte besitzt durch ihre geringe Härte von
20° bis 24° Shore A eine hohe Flexibilität, sich der Struktur der Wellpappe optimal anzupassen. Durch das neue Cappingharz wurde die bekannt sehr gute
Farbübertragung von APR Druckplatten weiter verbessert.Damit ist es erstmals
möglich, kritische Bedruckstoffe und dünne Deckenpapiere so zu Bedrucken,
dass die Struktur der Welle und damit die physikalischen Eigenschaften der
späteren Verpackung nicht negativ beeinflusst wird.
AWP - DEF - Flexodruckplatte
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Bei der AWP - DEF - Flexodruckplatte handelt es sich um eine wasserauswaschbare
digital bebilderbare Flexodruckplatte.. Mit dieser Flexodruckplatte steht bereits
nach kurzer Herstellungszeit eine hervorragende Druckform zur Verfügung, die
es erlaubt feinste Bildelemente und Flächen sowohl auf Folie als auch auf Papier
zu übertragen.
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chemical constructions. In order to cover these needs, it is also necessary to
use different rubber types and mixtures. When selecting the roller type, it will be
useful to know what kind of ink you are working with, in order to get best running
performance from the roller.
Platemaking accessories & supplies
AFP 912 EHQ
Hochleistungsbelichter für Fotopolymerplatten.
• Conventional Ink Rollers
TopUp-Belichter mit temperaturkontrolliertem Vakuumtisch
für gleichmäßige Belichtungsergebnisse.
• UV Ink Rollers
• Rollers for Mixed Usage (20% UV +80% Conventional)
Für Plattengrößen bis 920 x 1220 mm
ATP adhesive systems AG
ASTEKS A.S.
Address
Merkez Mah. Hürriyet Bulvr. No:32,
34520 Buyukcekmece-Istanbul
Turkey
Phone
+90-21287511-00
Fax
+90-21287511-06
Internet address
http://www.asteks.com.tr
E-Mail
info@asteks.com
Stand
Hall 07.2, A05 (Page 1230)
Product Overview
ASTEKS A.S.
05.1175
Ink rollers
05.1450
Sleeves
Address
Sihleggstrasse 23, Postfach 1 27
8832 Wollerau
Switzerland
Phone
+41-4388815-15
Fax
+41-4388815-10
Internet address
http://www.atp-ag.com
E-Mail
info@atp-ag.ch
Stand
Hall 07.1, C03 (Page 1226)
Product Overview
05.1270
05.1175
ASTEKS A.S.
ATP adhesive systems AG
Adhesive tapes and foils
Speciality Label Products
Auch den Geschäftsbereich Etikettenprodukte bedient ATP hauptsächlich mit
spezifisch auf die Endanwendungen abgestimmten Produkten.
Ink rollers
Ink Rollers
Dependent on the ink types, the solvents used for cleaning vary in different
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Product Details
05.1270
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Spezialpapieren über Folien bis hin zu beigestellten Kundenmaterialien in Lohnbeschichtung.
Um auch hier individuelle Verarbeitungsprozesse zu unterstützen, stehen eine
Vielzahl von Backingmaterialien wie z. B. HighSpeedRelease-Liner zur Auswahl.
Die Vielfalt der verschiedenen Anwendungen verlangt oft gerade von den Klebefilmen sehr unterschiedliche Eigenschaften. Dabei kann ATP aufgrund der eigenen Kleberfertigung sowie der langjährigen Erfahrung für die unterschiedlichsten
Branchen fast jede Lösung bieten. Hier nur einige Beispiele:
Product Overview
AtéCé Graphic Products
01.1105
Computer-to-(Offset) Plate
02.1075
Coatings
03.1065
Coatings
05.1085
Printing inks
05.1140
Printing blankets
05.1185
Fountain solutions
05.1210
Blanket washing and rejuvenating solutions
05.1510
Roller washing and treatment solutions
seewasserfeste Kleberrezepturen
permanente und rückstandsfrei entfernbare Systeme, auch auf feuchten Untergründen
Kleber für den direkten und indirekten Kontakt mit Lebensmitteln und Tabakwaren (ISEGA-geprüft)
Mikrowellenbeständige geruchsneutrale klebende Systeme
Klebefilme mit niedrigen FOG und VOC Werten
Spezielle Filme zur Verklebung auf rauen oder unpolaren Oberflächen
Product Details
AtéCé Graphic Products
Address
05.1085
Molenwerf 14
1911 DB Uitgeest
Netherlands
Phone
+31-251319109
Fax
+31-251315850
Internet address
http://www.atece.nl
E-Mail
info@atece.nl
Stand
Hall 09, D25 (Page 1236)
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AtéCé Graphic Products
Printing inks
Ink duct foils
Our ink-duct foil has an average tensile strength of 210
Mpa, outstanding resistance to most chemicals and is
able to withstand temperatures from 70 to 150 degrees
Celcius. Because it does not contain any plasticisers,
under normal circumstances the ink-duct foil does not
become brittle as the product ages.
In addition to our standard ink-duct foil, we also supply extra-stable ink-duct foil,
which is especially suitable is for use in combination with UV inks. The average
tensile strength of this foil is 250 Mpa.
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Address
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79108 Freiburg
Germany
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Fax
+49-76189649-49
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Internet address
http://www.avd-online.de
E-Mail
info@avd-online.de
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05.1200
AVD Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG
IBM
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Product Details
05.1200
AVD Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG
Service Card
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Produkte
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Intelligent refrigeration design saves costs and resources The CombiLiner-FC
is a water-cooled version, where heat removal occurs through ‘free cooling’ via
external heat exchangers. With this method, cooling water for ink temperature
control, when the external temperatures is 20 ºC or less, is automatically transferred to free cooling. Under these operating conditions, the joint refrigeration
unit works only to cool the dampening solution, ensuring that energy consumption is used extremely effectively. The CombiLiner-FC will not switch ink temperature control to the mechanical refrigeration unit until the external temperature
rises above 20 ºC. In temperate climates, energy savings of up to 20% can be
achieved because of this technology.
Baldwin Germany GmbH
Address
Joseph-Baur-Straße 2
86316 Friedberg
Germany
Phone
+49-8217942-360
Fax
+49-8217942-222
Internet address
http://www.baldwintech.com
E-Mail
bradl@baldwin.de
Stand
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06/05/2008
With the CombiLiner-E air-cooled version, Baldwin has achieved a reduction
of energy consumption of up to 15% because of the system’s intelligent components. These employ frequency controlled drive mechanisms (compressors)
and fans in the refrigeration unit. The regulator adjusts the compressor power
continuously against the refrigeration capacity actually required, and the fan
speed is also automatically regulated during operation at partial load. This reduces the overall amount of energy consumed.
Baldwin Germany GmbH
BALDWIN LAUNCHES COMBILINER E AND
COMBILINER FC WHICH OFFER LOWER ENERGY
CONSUMPTION AND HIGHER EFFICIENCY
New CombiLiners meet demands for increased sustainability and conservation
of resources.
Combining dampening solution preparation and ink temperature control with a
central refrigeration system is at the core of Baldwin’s CombiLiner technology.
Baldwin introduced the Combi refrigeration unit concept to the sheet-fed and
commercial web markets with great success and even during the original concept stage, its development team aimed to create extremely economical and
energy-efficient running characteristics.
At Drupa 2008, Baldwin is presenting the new CombiLiner-E and CombiLinerFC, which link automatic preparation, changeover, refrigeration and management of the dampening solution with ink temperature control in a highly efficient
way. The configuration of the refrigeration unit incorporates intelligent solutions
that, depending upon the particular type of system and operation site, can result
in energy savings of up to 20%. The new CombiLiners offer printers the opportunity to reduce running costs and better meet the increasing demands to conserve
resources and utilise more environmentally friendly production methods.
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As part of Baldwin’s environmentally friendly philosophy, finding technical solutions to lengthen the active life of dampening solutions is a major development
goal. Using highly efficient filtration systems, printers can prevent unnecessary
waste production and excessive use of dampening solution additives and alcohol. For this reason, Baldwin offers the option of combining its Primary, Performance and LongLife-C filtration solutions with all CombiLiner models.
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EDITOR’S NOTES
About Baldwin Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. is a leading international
manufacturer of press accessory and controls for the commercial and newspaper printing industries. Baldwin supplies market-leading automated cleaning;
dampening and temperature control; drying and curing, and web accessory technologies, products and systems.
With headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut, USA, Baldwin has operations strategically located in the major print markets and distributes its products via a global
sales and service infrastructure. Baldwin was established in 1918. Since 1987,
Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. has been listed on the American Stock Exchange.
For further information, visit the Baldwin website at: www.baldwintech.com
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BALDWIN SETS NEW STANDARD FOR IN-LINE
GLUING WITH WEBTACK
WebTack sets in-line gluing standard with precision, reproducibility and automation.
Whether for heatset web offset or semi commercial cold set, in-line gluing is
required for a growing number of printed items. Baldwin’s WebTack system has
been developed by the Swiss gluing technology specialist Robatech AG, for
the application of dispersion glue and softening of the paper web. WebTack,
marketed globally by Baldwin exclusively for the print industry, applies fluids via
special carbide ducts in contact with the web.
For web offset presses, the WebTack applicator heads are installed on the folding guides and in front of the cross fold, depending on the desired production settings required in the overhead folding unit. The applicator heads are seated on
cross beams, either singly or in pairs. Predefined and individually programmable
glue patterns enable a fast, waste-saving make-ready and give the option of remote motorized adjustment of the applicator heads both horizontally (laterally)
and vertically (towards the web). These settings can be made via corresponding
links to either the press control station or the touch screen panel on the WebTack
console.
Pinpoint-accurate fold gluing, even at top print speeds The WebTack applicator heads have electromagnetic valves with a high switching frequency, and are
controlled with extreme precision, so the intermittent application of glue remains
geometrically accurate across the whole job, regardless of changes in printing
speed. Application in contact with the paper web and the use of relatively highviscosity glue mean that WebTack equipment can achieve consistent, precise
glue lines, even at the highest speeds. Thanks to these features and the automation and programmable memory functions, WebTack is extremely user-friendly,
and offers optimal reproducibility for repeat applications. WebTack satellite units
are responsible for the direct feed of glue, softening systems, rinse water and
power to the applicator heads. These compact units allow the individual regulation of throughput volumes for each applicator head. This means that it is
possible to make an on-site adjustment to suit the absorbency of the paper being used. All satellite units are supplied with liquids and power via the WebTack
console.
An environmentally-friendly glue supply is available as an option directly via large
‘bag-in-the-box’ containers. Using these containers, which hold 750 kg or 1,000
kg of ready to use glue, press minders don’t have to change barrels often and
there is also a reduction in the impact of packaging waste on the environment.
Baldwin can deliver glues and softening systems specially developed for WebTack application.
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To reduce WebTack cleaning and maintenance requirements, liquids are carried
via rigid pipes with a relatively large diameter. Rigid pipes prevent the influx of air,
and thereby stop the glue drying when the glue folder is out of operation, which
means that, even over a period of two days, the pipes do not need rinsing. The
precision of the glue application, user-friendliness, high level of automation and
fast make-ready and changeover times, make WebTack ideal for a wide range
of in-line gluing applications.
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EDITOR’S NOTES
About Baldwin Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. is a leading international
manufacturer of press accessory and controls for the commercial and newspaper printing industries. Baldwin supplies market-leading automated cleaning;
dampening and temperature control; drying and curing, and web accessory technologies, products and systems.
With headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut, USA, Baldwin has operations strategically located in the major print markets and distributes its products via a global
sales and service infrastructure. Baldwin was established in 1918. Since 1987,
Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. has been listed on the American Stock Exchange.
For further information, visit the Baldwin website at: www.baldwintech.com
06/05/2008
BALDWIN LEADS THE WAY IN ADVANCED WATER
TREATMENT AND FILTRATION
Baldwin includes industry-leading solutions for processing and filtering untreated water within its Fluid and Temperature Systems product range.
Since the 1970s, Baldwin has set the bar for dampening solution preparation with
a range of innovations. At the centre of its Fluid and Temperature Systems are
functions such as mixing/ preparation, recycling and refrigeration of the dampening water, which Baldwin has developed to suit the differing requirements of
sheet-fed, commercial web, newspaper and semi commercial markets. Baldwin
also provides water preparation and filtration products, which give customerspecific solutions for highly automated dampening solution management.
From untreated water to dampening solution Dampening solution characteristics depend significantly on the water, which can represent more than 90% of
the total solution. Mains water is affected by a range of variables and can fluctuate severely in terms of quality. Preparation changes the mains water into a
constant factor, which is then brought up to the standard required for printing.
For this reason, Baldwin offers compact reverse osmosis equipment, which pre-
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filters the water, desalinates (demineralises) and largely sterilises it. For water
preparation and filtration requirements on bigger scales, Baldwin offers complete solutions based on transverse current filtration technology in partnership
with FALK GmbH, Westerburg (Germany).
After desalination, the water is adjusted to a medium level of hardness, optimal for offset litho printing. Baldwin’s dampening water systems achieve this
highly efficiently, as well as controlling additives, alcohol or alcohol substitute.
Baldwin’s BasicLiner range covers the entire press spectrum of the sheet-fed
and commercial web markets. At drupa 2008, Baldwin will be presenting a new,
technically and visually upgraded generation of BasicLiner range (see separate
press release).
Also new at Drupa 2008 are the patented CombiLiner systems, which incorporate combi refrigeration units for the preparation of the dampening solution
and control of ink temperature for use in sheet-fed and commercial web applications. With their new drives and ingenious reverse cooling concept, the new
CombiLiner-E and CombiLiner-FC models can achieve a huge reduction in energy usage and costs (see separate press release).
Good management should include precise formulation and subsequent tracking
of used dampening solution. Where alcohol is used, continuous monitoring and,
if required, subsequent dosing, is essential. Baldwin also offers the option of
the IpaSonic measuring and dosing system, which monitors alcohol content via
highly accurate ultrasound measuring technology.
Filtration turns dampening solutions into long-distance runners With alcohol-free
or reduced alcohol offset printing and also with the growing demands to increase
the active life of the dampening solution, efficient filtration is ever more important. Long-term use of dampening solution is only possible if paper fibres, coating elements, ink particles, dust, powder and other impurities are continually
removed. Effective filtration stabilises the dampening solution process parameter, increases its useful life and reduces costs.
Baldwin provides dampening solution conservation, cleaning and waste disposal
solutions for a huge range of press needs, with versions suitable for a variety of
budgets. All Baldwin filtration systems work using bypass flow filters: they draw
their supply from the dampening water system reservoir, clean the dampening
solution and carry it back into the reservoir. Where a change of filter is necessary,
for some cycles with certain types of Baldwin systems, press minders can do this
while the press is running.
Baldwin’s simplest solution for sheet-fed application is the Primary filtration system. Using two special filters, this product removes the larger particles of pollutant. The high delivery rate of the inbuilt pumps ensures repeated filtration of
the entire dampening solution every hour.
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For more complex sheet-fed applications, Baldwin offers the Performance filtration system. To clean the dampening solution, this system uses stacks of
different filter discs, which create an extremely large active surface area and
ensure that the filter elements last a long time. In addition to the above pollutants, the Baldwin Performance filtration system also removes a proportion of
micro-organisms and washing products. The dampening water additive and alcohol content remain unaffected by the filtration process.
The LongLife C system, developed from a strategic partnership with FALK
GmbH, achieves the maximum increase of the active life of the dampening solution in commercial web, newspaper and semi commercial printing. This system
employs transverse current filtration technology, using special low-maintenance
ceramic filters. A bi-product of optimal dampening solution cleaning is a concentrated form of residue, which is collected in a tank. Because residues are so
low, less effort and cost are involved in waste disposal.
LongLife D is a complementary system for cleaning the routine quantities of
residue concentrate from one or more LongLife C systems (or transverse current
filtration systems in the case of other manufacturers). LongLife D employs a
physicochemical splitting process, which turns pollutants into small quantities of
solids that are easy to dispose of.
Today, Baldwin offers the global printing industry, which has been the focus of
the company for 90 years, a comprehensive and varied programme of solutions
for dampening solution management. With its Fluid and Temperature Systems
product and system offerings, Baldwin helps to make the daily life of the offset
litho printer easier.
06/05/2008
BALDWIN DEMONSTRATES GLOBAL LEADERSHIP AS
A MANUFACTURER OF PRESS CONTROLS AND
ACCESSORIES
Baldwin will celebrate its 90th anniversary at drupa by showing a range of innovative press accessory and control technologies.
Hall 16 Stand C15 Baldwin Technology Company, Inc., a leading worldwide
manufacturer of press controls and accessories, will be setting some innovative trends at drupa, where it will be presenting its current extensive product
portfolio as well as new technical developments. These will include systems
for the sheet-fed, commercial-web, newspaper and semi-commercial sectors. A
wide range of Baldwin equipment can also be seen in operation on many key
press manufacturers’ stands throughout the exhibition. Baldwin’s systems lead
the industry in their ability to improve print quality, plus press productivity and efficiency, while ensuring they have the least impact possible on the environment
and supporting the sustainability efforts of the graphic arts industry.
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Baldwin was founded in 1918 on Long Island, USA and drupa offers the ideal
opportunity to celebrate 90 years of providing industry-leading technology in
which constant innovation has resulted in several ‘highlights’. These include
benchmarks at the end of the 1960s with the introduction of dampening solution
preparation technologies and in 1976, when the company established, with great
success, automatic offset blanket cleaning systems for the sheet-fed market. A
few years later, Baldwin launched the first automatic blanket cleaning systems
for commercial web and newspaper applications. Further milestones include the
formation of subsidiaries in Japan (1968) and Germany (1971).
Cleaning Systems Today, Baldwin offers the largest selection of press cleaning systems, with products for offset blankets and printing cylinders as well as
for guide, ink and chill rollers. Baldwin’s automatic blanket cleaning products
are based on more than 30 years of experience of designing, building and installing systems, which has resulted in it having the largest customer base in
this area. The company will be presenting further significant developments at
drupa, which will offer even greater reductions in spoilage, VOC emission and
use of materials.
Even within one specific technology, such as automatic blanket cleaning, Baldwin offers several options to the end user eg Impact Flex, which utilises dry
or pre-impregnated cloth, ProTech, which uses ground-breaking brush cleaning
technology or TowerClean, which is an inexpensive automatic blanket cleaning
system offering a very fast return on investment. Products such as Jetstream,
which removes dust from the paper web before it enters the first printing unit,
are also becoming popular. With such a choice, customers have the option to
best match their press, budget and work requirements.
New ImpactFusion-F for all printing segments New levels of washing time and
reductions in waste and consumables are just some of the features offered by
Baldwin’s new ImpactFusion-F automatic blanket cleaning system, which has
been introduced into the commercial web market and is now being released
to the newspaper and semi-commercial sectors. The unique ImpactFusion-F
system gives the user the choice between using a dry cloth with cleaning agent
or PREPAC, which is pre-impregnated with an environmentally friendly, virtually
VOC-free cleaning agent.
New ProTech2 NP ProTech, which uses brush technology to automatically clean
blankets, has been established for many years within the commercial web,
newspaper and semi-commercial markets. Baldwin’s brush cleaning series has
been extended with the launch of the ProTech2 NP system for newspaper and
semi-commercial printers. Baldwin reports that the first practical tests with the
ProTech2 NP system have produced very impressive results.
Baldwin’s Tower Clean system for newspaper and semi-commercial, single-
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width newspaper and coldset web offset presses, is an inexpensive modular
cleaning solution. Tower Clean operates by applying a low-VOC washing agent
to the paper and then using the web to clean the blanket.
Jetstream is a revolutionary system for contact-less removal of dust, fibres and
debris from the web before it enters the first printing unit. Aimed at the newspaper, semi-commercial and commercial-web sectors, Jetstream incorporates
specially developed aerodynamic and suction technology. When used in combination with a Baldwin automatic blanket cleaning system, Jetstream enables
previously unobtainable levels of blanket washing effectiveness.
New Ink Roller Cleaning In a further new development, Baldwin will be presenting an ink roller cleaning system – InkRollerCleaner – at drupa. This new system
allows simultaneous cleaning of all ink units on a press, combined with minimum
consumption of cleaning fluids.
Fluid and Temperature Systems - dampening solution preparation and filtration
with sustainability Baldwin’s latest fluid and temperature control systems mirror
the trend of creating printed material while achieving sustainability of resources.
Baldwin’s product range includes options for all market segments, performance
and capacity requirements, including solutions for reducing or eliminating alcohol.
New CombiLiner-E and CombiLiner-FC The CombiLiner-E and CombiLiner-FC
are two new versions of the patented device for ink temperature control and
dampening solution preparation and cooling for sheet-fed and commercial web
presses. They incorporate a sophisticated heat exchange concept that offers a
significant reduction in energy consumption and costs.
Other new dampening solution preparation and recycling products to be shown
at drupa include a redesigned BasicLiner, which offers ergonomic and cost efficiency improvements. The highly successful BasicLiner series includes models
to cover all sheet-fed requirements. All of Baldwin’s filtration solutions are designed to achieve savings on dampening solution additives, alcohol and energy.
The traverse current filtration system for the sheet-fed and commercial web markets is based on a strategic partnership (LongLife-C/-D) with manufacturer Falk.
LongLife-C removes dirt from the dampening solution while ensuring the additive, alcohol or alcohol substitute percentages remain unchanged.
Spray Dampening Technology - more attractive to the commercial web market
Baldwin’s LithoSpray Maxima is a multi-faceted spray dampening system that
was developed for high performance applications in the newspaper and semicommercial sectors, as well as for use with commercial web presses. Baldwin
leads the industry in spray nozzles, valves and control technology, which ensure
optimized control of print quality during press start-up and normal daily production but also during long periods of high press speeds. LithoSpray Maxima is
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fitted with Baldwin’s patented Constant C technology, which eliminates blocking
of spray nozzles by ink mist and dust.
New WebCatcher S14 In the area of web protection, Baldwin offers reliable web
separation and clamping devices under the product name ProTect and these
include the new WebCatcher S14 and the WebCatcher S18 for use in the commercial web, newspaper and semi commercial area. The new WebCatcher S14
will prevent press damage from a web break at speeds of up to 14 m/s and the
WebCatcher S18 for web speeds of up to 18 m/s. Customer options for the WebCatcher series include the stripe wrap-up recognition system DSWP and the
automatically adjustable Airknife A³.
In-line Finishing Systems Baldwin’s in-line finishing systems for commercial web
applications include the newly developed WebSiliconer. This silicone application device avoids smearing of printing ink on the press’s guide rollers and puts
a controlled amount of moisture back into the paper web after heatset drying.
Visitors to the company’s drupa stand will be able to hear about WebTack, a
highly precise longitudinal gluing system that applies glue in contact with the
paper web. Features include a high degree of control, fast make-ready and low
maintenance.
Drying Systems for Sheet-fed applications Baldwin’s drying systems include the
Graphiset GS 4. Designed for sheet-fed presses, the combined IR and hot air
dryer is a highly economic unit, particularly suited for demanding production applications requiring in-line dispersion. Baldwin has more than 35 years experience in the development and manufacture of IR and combination dryers and
offers a range of options including systems for presses with low and high-pile
delivery units.
New PREPAC E, Plus and X-treme Cleaning Consumables Baldwin will introduce exciting new additions to its award-winning, environmentally efficient line
of consumables for automatic cleaning systems (PREPAC, DryPac, JumboDry
rolls). With the drupa release of PREPAC E, Plus and X-treme technologies,
Baldwin can now offer both high performance PREPAC solutions for hybrid, UV
and textured cylinder applications as well as significantly improved cost-effective
PREPAC cleaning for traditional newspaper, commercial web and sheet-fed
printing applications.
Service Solutions In today’s demanding market, printers have to achieve maximum productivity and reliability from equipment and Baldwin’s Service Solutions
will be another talking point at drupa. Baldwin uses a highly efficient global service organisation to provide technical support around the world to customers.
Individually tailored service packages can incorporate retrofits and system optimisation, after-sales support, spare parts etc can be created according to the
needs of the printer. Preventive measures can also be added into the package.
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Baldwin is also offering special retrofit upgrades so that customers can maintain
their systems at optimum efficiency, while its consulting and training services
ensures the user obtains maximum benefits from Baldwin equipment.
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EDITOR’S NOTES
About Baldwin Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. is a leading international
manufacturer of press accessory and controls for the commercial and newspaper printing industries. Baldwin supplies market-leading automated cleaning;
dampening and temperature control; drying and curing, and web accessory technologies, products and systems.
With headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut, USA, Baldwin has operations strategically located in the major print markets and distributes its products via a global
sales and service infrastructure. Baldwin was established in 1918. Since 1987,
Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. has been listed on the American Stock Exchange.
For further information, visit the Baldwin website at: www.baldwintech.com
06/05/2008
CUSTOMERS CAN COUNT ON BALDWIN SERVICE TO
ENSURE OPTIMAL PRODUCTIVITY
Baldwin’s Service Solutions are available across all global market segments.
Baldwin systems are developed and constructed to provide the highest levels
of operational reliability with the lowest maintenance requirements. However,
all moving machinery requires some maintenance, and the company’s Service
Solutions is a comprehensive programme that results in efficient product performance and quality standards, and is guaranteed for the full life of the equipment.
Baldwin has created a globally effective service infrastructure, with its own support bases across all major print markets.
Service is more than just emergency cover for customers. Baldwin operates a
permanent 24-hour hotline and will organise a contact to be with the customer
on-site as soon as possible anywhere in the world. Baldwin regards service as
being as important as any other item within its portfolio. It is equally applicable
across sheet-fed, commercial web, newspaper and semi commercial markets.
Missed or unprofessional maintenance work, the incorrect fitting of replacement
parts or the use of chemicals etc can too often lead to press downtime, or even
damage. In addition, unsatisfactory maintenance can lead to premature wear
plus an unnecessary waste of materials and energy, leading to greater environmental impact and costs.
Custom Service Solutions Baldwin provides customized packages of preventive
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maintenance for hardware and software. Service Solutions offers printing companies the assurance that the best approach will be taken to achieve smooth
operation, maximum productivity and the most economic running of their Baldwin systems. For example, Baldwin offers the following plant checks, which
will be carried out in accordance with the customer’s existing maintenance arrangements: Check of efficiency, condition and functionality of Baldwin systems,
with a report on the findings and recommendations for any specific maintenance
measures required. Regular maintenance work by a Baldwin service team to
ensure optimum efficiency of the systems. Baldwin will conduct inspections,
where worn parts are replaced to ensure optimal performance. During this type
of work, the latest solutions to technical problems can be examined, with product
specialists called in from relevant Baldwin centers of excellence if needed.
Baldwin offers a global customer-focused service for the delivery and replacement of parts. Parts and components required on a regular basis are stored
at decentralized depots for instant availability, while items required less often
can be obtained within a very short time. The Baldwin Service Solutions portfolio also includes customized product and application training. In addition to
intensive training after the installation of a new Baldwin system, the manufacturer offers individual on-site training for new employees or for system upgrades.
This training enables users to achieve optimal results from Baldwin systems in
terms of quality and performance.
Baldwin provides an enhancement and upgrade service for existing blanket
wash equipment, along with programmable customization to optimize consumption of consumables and cleaning results. This service includes the FID calibration of the hot-air dryers required with heatset web offset presses. Nobody
knows the reliability of Baldwin products and the solid installation conditions
better than Baldwin’s own service specialists. For this reason, the company
includes upgrade consultancy, cost-effective system optimization and needsbased, after-sales support within the Service Solutions proposition.
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EDITOR’S NOTES
About Baldwin Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. is a leading international
manufacturer of press accessory ancontrols for the commercial and newspaper
printing industries. Baldwin supplies market-leading automated cleaning; dampening and temperature control; drying and curing, and web accessory technologies, products and systems.
With headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut, USA, Baldwin has operations strategically located in the major print markets and distributes its products via a global
sales and service infrastructure. Baldwin was established in 1918. Since 1987,
Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. has been listed on the American Stock Ex-
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change.
For further information, visit the Baldwin website at: www.baldwintech.com
06/05/2008
BALDWIN LAUNCHES NEXT GENERATION OF HIGHLY
SUCCESSFUL BASICLINER
New design, improved ergonomics and leading edge technology - the compact
BasicLiner dampening system is available for all offset litho market segments.
Baldwin will present its new generation of BasicLiner systems for the first time
at Drupa 2008. BasicLiner combines in a single unit all of the functions necessary for the preparation, changeover, refrigeration and management of offset
dampening solution. BasicLiner systems are available for sheet-fed, commercial web, newspaper and semi commercial applications. Since the launch of the
first generation of BasicLiner at Drupa 2000, Baldwin has sold 11,000 units.
This new generation of BasicLiner units benefits from a fresh and innovative
design. Baldwin’s development engineers have paid particular attention to ergonomic requirements and even the smallest model allows easy access to enable straightforward maintenance. Adjustments can be made during operation
via a clearly designed control panel, while the modular design and plug-in components simplify and speed up any work required when servicing.
To prepare the dampening solution, the new BasicLiner uses Baldwin’s AutoMix
230D system, which ensures a highly precise dosage (±0.1 % accuracy) of additives via piston dosing pumps. The BalControl BC713 system is available as
standard for adding alcohol (isopropanol). Alternatively, BasicLiner can be supplied with the IpaSonic measuring and dosing system, which monitors alcohol
content using highly accurate ultrasound measuring technology, and delivers
measurement accuracy at ±0.1 %.
For economy and sustainability reasons, developing methods to increase the
active life of dampening solutions has become increasingly important. The new
BasicLiner products are supplied with pocket filters that deliver more effective
results compared to previous generations of systems and are easy to replace.
There is the option to combine BasicLiner products with the more powerful Baldwin Primary, Performance or LongLife C filtration systems, which, depending on
application, can increase the active life of the dampening solution to an even
greater extent.
Baldwin will be offering BasicLiner in a variety of reservoir sizes and refrigeration
capacities. The first of the new BasicLiner units will be available from September
and further versions will be introduced at a later date.
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EDITOR’S NOTES
About Baldwin Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. is a leading international
manufacturer of press accessory and controls for the commercial and newspaper printing industries. Baldwin supplies market-leading automated cleaning;
dampening and temperature control; drying and curing, and web accessory technologies, products and systems.
With headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut, USA, Baldwin has operations strategically located in the major print markets and distributes its products via a global
sales and service infrastructure. Baldwin was established in 1918. Since 1987,
Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. has been listed on the American Stock Exchange.
For further information, visit the Baldwin website at: www.baldwintech.com
06/05/2008
THE RIGHT CLEANING SOLUTION FOR EVERY
REQUIREMENT- BALDWIN DELIVERS TOTAL
FLEXIBILITY AND FREEDOM OF CHOICE
A one-stop source for a unique range of cloth, brush and other cleaning technologies and consumables for blankets and cylinders.
During Drupa 2008 Baldwin will be proving its claim to offer a one-stop source of
cleaning systems for all offset press markets, with a range that includes products
for blanket and print cylinders, guide, ink and chill rollers. This extensive range
gives offset printers the freedom to choose the particular cleaning technology
that best matches their requirements.
Baldwin has over 30 years of experience in producing automatic cleaning equipment, but the company recognises that innovation must be continuous. The
needs of printers and press manufacturers are varied: optimal cleaning for
constant high print quality, minimal waste and material consumption, reduction
in man hours, easy installation, retrofitting and maintenance, plus good userfriendliness. Ecological factors are also becoming more important, making it
vital to use environmentally sustainable cleaning agents, while everyone wants
a quick return on investments.
Cloth cleaning system innovations Baldwin supplies cleaning cloth systems for
the sheet-fed, commercial web, newspaper and semi commercial sectors. At
Drupa 2008, the company will highlight several innovations. To meet the high
standards of blanket cleaning demanded by commercial web and sheet-fed
printers, Baldwin is presenting the new ImpactFusion-F system. With this system, offset printers can choose between using dry cloth rolls (Baldwin DryPac)
or ready-to-use Baldwin PREPAC rolls. The latter are already impregnated with
an environmentally friendly, low-VOC cleaning agent.
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For commercial web applications, product washing agents that can be used
while the press is running can achieve a reduction of 50 % in cleaning times
compared to conventional Baldwin cloth cleaning technology. The advanced
programmable control of the unit reduces significantly cloth consumption. This
means that rolls will last longer. In addition, innovative spray dispersion technology in the cleaning units ensures minimal use of any required cleaning agents.
The newly developed control system and easy-to-use touch screen contribute
greatly to high levels of user-friendliness, as do the fast, ergonomically designed
tool-free cloth roll changeover and simplified patented core-system cloth removal
facility. In future, Baldwin will also offer the ImpactFusion-F system with fully
automated cleaning, where the control system follows dynamic press and application parameters.
ImpactFusion-F NP is also a newly developed cleaning system for newspaper
and heatset semi commercial web applications. With ImpactFusion-F NP, Baldwin provides the choice of using PREPAC or dry cloths. This system offers
the usual advantages of ImpactFusion-F technology in terms of easy operation,
cloth changeover and maintenance plus low wastage. In addition to compact,
single cleaning units, the ImpactFusion-F NP system also has dual and multiple
units that can clean several cylinders simultaneously.
Brush cleaning systems at the forefront of technology ProTech CW is the newest
version of the highly successful ProTech automated brush cleaning system for
commercial web blankets. The only consumables required by ProTech CW are
washing agents and water. During operation, a long lasting, lateral-change,
brush roller rotates continuously in each cleaning unit. A new spray nozzle system disperses cleaning agent and water evenly on the brush, and the paper
and ink residues that have built up across the width of the blankets are quickly
removed.
The Protech CW control system delivers a full range of cleaning programmes
that can be specifically tailored to different operations such as wash-ups after
running up, print run (print ‘ON’/’print ‘OFF’) and running down. Operation is
now via the newly developed touch screen, making the system much more user
friendly.
ProTech2 NP is the new brush cleaning system for the newspaper and semi
commercial print sector. Operation and performance features have been upgraded to meet the latest newspaper and semi commercial print requirements.
A pivoted doctor blade in the cleaning units cleans the brush rollers, and this
greatly reduces wash-up times and washing agent consumption. Intervals between maintenance sessions are also significantly increased because the wash
unit has the benefit of inbuilt self-cleaning.
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Baldwin press consumables push system performance to the limit In line with
its manufacturing strategy, Baldwin offers a unique range of cleaning cloths with
high absorbency and durability for its cloth cleaning systems. Baldwin supplies
dry cloths as either custom-made, read-to-use DryPac rolls or, for users who
prefer to wind their own rolls, as JumboDry rolls. The cost effective DryPacE
and JumboDryE options are designed for normal cleaning requirements, while
DryPacPlus and JumboDryPlus are suitable for the most demanding jobs. There
is also a cloth version with an extremely high resistance to linting.
The special PREPAC products are read-to-use, vacuum-packed, cleaning cloths
containing a precise amount of low-VOC cleaning agent. Baldwin offers three
versions of PREPAC, each designed for different performance requirements and
budgets. The range extends from the inexpensive PREPAC E for moderate requirements, via PREPAC Plus with more cleaning power, to the premium quality
PREPAC X-treme, designed for extremely high performance. Most PREPAC
options are approved by Fogra and the Baldwin portfolio also offers special versions of PREPAC X-treme for printing with UV inks and blanket cleaning for
single- and double-sided printing.
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About Baldwin Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. is a leading international
manufacturer of press accessory and controls for the commercial and newspaper printing industries. Baldwin supplies market-leading automated cleaning;
dampening and temperature control; drying and curing, and web accessory technologies, products and systems.
With headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut, USA, Baldwin has operations strategically located in the major print markets and distributes its products via a global
sales and service infrastructure. Baldwin was established in 1918. Since 1987,
Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. has been listed on the American Stock Exchange.
For further information, visit the Baldwin website at: www.baldwintech.com
06/05/2008
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CONTROL AUTOMATION
Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. celebrates its 90th anniversary at Drupa
2008. For nine decades, the company’s products and solutions have stood for
technological progress in many areas of the print peripherals market. Baldwin
has always delivered systems designed to improve print quality, productivity and
cost efficiency, which has led to a high level of press automation and process
improvement across a wide range of print sectors.
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Manufacturers of peripheral press systems have to develop integrated solutions in order to make further improvements to productivity and process stability,
and Baldwin meets these challenges with a consistent manufacturing strategy
that takes into account recent trends for sustainability. The new developments
presented at Drupa 2008 demonstrate the priority Baldwin gives to creating
environmentally-friendly solutions and resource-saving manufacture of printed
products.
Baldwin offers a one-stop source of solutions for a great number of peripheral
offset press functions. The company covers the sheet-fed, commercial web,
newspaper and semi-commercial sectors with the following product and service
propositions:
• Cleaning systems comprise a seamless programme of automatic cleaning
technologies for blanket and print cylinders plus guide, ink and chill rollers.
Whether they require cloths, brushes or cleaning via the paper web, customers
in all print market sectors can choose the Baldwin cleaning solution that bests
suits their business, economic and press requirements. As part of Baldwin’s
manufacturing strategy, automatic paper web dust removal is also included in
the range. • Fluid and temperature systems are modular solutions for preparing, cooling, recycling and filtering dampening solution, and also extend to integrated management. In this product sector, Baldwin offers a seamless portfolio
for all performance and capacity requirements across all sectors of the offset
printing market, including solutions for reduced alcohol or alcohol-free offset
printing. • Spray dampening systems are already standard in the newspaper
and semi-commercial market. However, Baldwin’s spray dampening systems
are also attracting interest in the commercial web sector. • Web security systems comprise a product sector that targets security across all performance categories in commercial web, newspaper and semi-commercial print. Included
are web separation and clamping units and fast-reaction web catching units for
web presses. • In-line finishing systems meet today’s high expectations in terms
of quality and operation security during silicon application and in-line fold gluing on web presses. • Drying systems bring to bear Baldwin’s full expertise for
sheet-fed printing applications. The drying systems improve quality and cost efficiency for demanding production processes such as varnishing, printing with
more than four-colors and single- and double-sided printing in a single pass. •
Press consumables offer a differentiated programme of finely tuned consumables for cleaning equipment and in-line gluing systems, which support Baldwin
systems installed in all market sectors. • Service solutions ensure maximum
availability of production equipment and systems. Baldwin’s robust global service infrastructure supports customers effectively worldwide, with customized
service packages and a fast response to problems.
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Organic growth, acquisitions and partnerships Baldwin was founded in 1918
on Long Island, USA. In every single decade since then, the company has introduced groundbreaking product developments to the market. Geographical
expansion supported the growth of the product portfolio: in 1968, Baldwin set
up a branch in Japan. Baldwin went to Germany in 1971, Great Britain in 1980
and China in 1990. In parallel with the development of existing product and system ranges, and in response to the needs of the industry, Baldwin is building a
unique market position worldwide through acquisitions. As early as 1995, the
company extended its product portfolio for the first time in the newspaper sector
by acquiring the Acrotec/Jimek group.
In recent years, Baldwin has enhanced its position in the market through key
acquisitions: in November 2006, the company announced the takeover of OxyDry, manufacturer of blanket and cylinder brush cleaning equipment, then in
April 2007, it purchased Swiss Hildebrand Systems, manufacturer of contactfree paper web dust removal equipment.
Partnerships and alliances are another part of the strategy. For example, Baldwin works in the area of untreated water processing and micro-filtration of dampening solutions with FALK GmbH, Germany. It has had a long and successful association with Robatech AG, working with its in-line gluing and fold-gluing
technologies. The WebTack systems of this renowned Swiss glue technology
specialist are sold exclusively by Baldwin within the worldwide graphics industry
market.
systems and spray dampening units for newspaper and semi-commercial applications, whereas Baldwin IVT in Tranas produces infra-red dryers and combination IR/hot air dryers for the sheet-fed market.
The fact that Baldwin is represented in all major print markets by its own business
and service branches is a significant factor in its progress towards an international market position. A quick look at the world map shows that Baldwin is also
a true partner to the global printing industry in the areas of service and support.
Baldwin - 90 years young, and as fresh as ever in developing and improving
solutions that make the life of the offset printer much easier.
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About Baldwin Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. is a leading international
manufacturer of press accessory and controls for the commercial and newspaper printing industries. Baldwin supplies market-leading automated cleaning;
dampening and temperature control; drying and curing, and web accessory technologies, products and systems.
With headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut, USA, Baldwin has operations strategically located in the major print markets and distributes its products via a global
sales and service infrastructure. Baldwin was established in 1918. Since 1987,
Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. has been listed on the American Stock Exchange.
Skills focus across the world Baldwin, with headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut, has had a strategy of creating a network of centers of excellence for some
years. Each of these centers is devoted to new developments for specific press
operations and functions. In this respect, production, research and development
are mutually inspiring, and feedback from end users and press manufacturers
can quickly be implemented in the shape of further innovations. Accordingly,
systems can be produced via a decentralized structure at various sites close to
local markets.
For further information, visit the Baldwin website at: www.baldwintech.com
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Waste water treatment plants
A significant milestone in terms of the presence of Baldwin in the European market was reached when it opened a centre of excellence for sheet-fed and commercial web products in Friedberg in Augsburg, Germany in October 2006. This
centre works on cleaning systems for sheet-fed and commercial web printing,
as well as water, dampening solution and temperature management and in-line
finishing and press security systems for web presses. Also based in Germany is
the former Oxy-Dry GmbH in Egelsbach, Hessen, which is now Baldwin’s centre
of excellence for brush cleaning systems.
02.1055
Web inspection systems
02.1060
Web guides
02.1320
Folding and pasting units
Product Overview
Baldwin Germany GmbH
There are two centers of excellence in Sweden: Baldwin Jimek in Arlöv devotes itself to the development and manufacture of automatic cloth cleaning
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Ink agitators and mixers
02.1365
Cooling equipment for ink units
02.1380
Damping fluid management systems
02.1385
Dampening solution premixing devices
02.1445
Blanket washing equipment
02.1605
Paper web moistening equipment
Product Overview
Bamberger Kaliko GmbH
05.1035
Bookbinding accessories
05.1040
Book cover materials
05.1250
Ink-jet papers
05.1460
Miscellaneous printing substrates
Product Details
02.1750
Heat recovery equipment
02.1910
Roller washing machines
02.1935
Winders
05.1195
Filters (for liquids and gases)
05.1460
Bamberger Kaliko GmbH
Miscellaneous printing substrates
New material
-> backing fabric for abrasive cloth
-> BaKaSeal® (sealing materials)
-> printing blankets
-> inkjet materials
-> artist canvas
-> anti slipping materials
Bamberger Kaliko GmbH
Address
-> silver screen
Kronacher Straße 59
96052 Bamberg
Germany
Phone
+49-95140990
Fax
+49-9514099176
Internet address
http://www.bamberger-kaliko.de
E-Mail
info@bamberger-kaliko.de
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-> basic materials for adhesive tapes
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Beijing Kincolor Digital Technology Co., Ltd.
Bekaert NV/SA
Address
411-1, Jing Zhou Yuan, Li Yuan, Tong
Beijing 101101
China (Rep.)
Address
Bekaertstraat 2
8550 Zwevegem
Belgium
Phone
+86-106054-6341,+86-
Phone
+32-56766111
Fax
+86-106054-6340
Fax
+32-56767953
Internet address
http://www.saven.com.cn
Internet address
http://www.bekaert.com
E-Mail
9001@saven.com.cn
E-Mail
info@bekaert.com
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Beijing Kincolor Digital Technology Co., Ltd.
Product Overview
Bekaert NV/SA
02.1190
Digital printing presses
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
05.1085
Printing inks
03.1125
Book embossing presses
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
05.1030
Binding machine supplies
05.1080
Wire and plastic bindings
05.1220
Stitching wires and clamps
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Bekaert NV/SA
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Wire and plastic bindings
Address
Via Galvani 2/4
20018 Sedriano/MI
Italy
Phone
+39-0290111118
Fax
+39-0290110382
Internet address
http://www.biesseadesivi.com
E-Mail
marketing@biesseadesivi.it
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Nylobind ROHS certified
Bekaert profiles bio-friendly spiral binding wire at Drupa
Bekaert, world‘s largest wire manufacturer, is the first
to introduce a polymer coated spiral binding wire that is
completely RoHS compliant.
The polymer coating on bookbinding wire has many
positive features: It offers lower friction during production which allows higher forming speeds, and the perfect adhesion of the coating
on the base material assures extreme formability. The problem, however, is that
polymers hold a high amount of heavy metals which are extremely harmful for
the environment.
In order to restrict the quantity of hazardous polymers that might end up in the environment the EU adopted the RoHS directive. This law bans dangerous heavy
metals such as lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), hexavalent chromium
(Cr6+), PBBs (polybrominated biphenyls), and PBDEs in a large number of products. Bookbinding wire, however, is not among these products, but this didn’t
stop Bekaert from getting the certificate anyway.
“Having more than 30 years of experience in producing polymer coated spiral
binding wire, Bekaert always invested a lot of effort and research in order to
keep improving the possibilities and characteristics of its products.” says André
Grob, Bekaert’s global segment manager for polymer coated wires, “ This also
includes making the product more environmental friendly.”
Thanks to the know-how and technology available in their technology centres,
Bekaert was the first manufacturer of bookbinding wires who succeeded in reformulating the production process of its wires, Metalobind® and Nylobind®, and
thus making them RoHS compliant.
“Today, Bekaert’s bookbinding wire not only distinguishes itself by it’s excellent
and consistent quality and its global presence”, concludes André Grob: “It is
also the first and only spiral binding wire that is completely certified compliant
with the European, American and Canadian directives.”
SD
Bekaert sales offices are situated the US, Brazil, China, Europe and Belgium.
For more info visit www.bekaert.com.
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05/09/2008
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BS MOUNT
Even the most sophisticated printing equipment could not meet its designers’
expectations, nor reach the best performance level were it not supported by
ancillary products such as sleeves, inks, plates enjoying the same high quality
standard. Among them, double-coated tapes undoubtely play a major role in the
plate mounting applications. All printers recognize the need for the best technological standard. In fact, flexo printing has reached such a level of excellence
that no quality half-measures are tolerated.
Bi.esse has kept close pace with developments in printers’ needs and is able to
offer a wide range of products that satisfy all requirements. The pride of the Milan
company - Bi.esse - is the new BS MOUNT line of cushion tapes, produced in
a wide range of adhesives, backings, and, above all, the new PATTERN LINER
that avoids air entrapment. Furthermore Bi.esse’s range comprises the ever
green cloth tapes and the traditional corrugated tapes - that come in about a
dozen versions.
Bi.esse’s research activity is continuously stimulated by, and co-operates with,
printers, producers of machines, components, inks, sleeves, etc. By doing so,
our researchers explore more and more advanced solutions which will be eventually conveyed to everyday production.
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BiOGRAPHiC
Product Overview
05.1130
Printer’s aids
05.1270
Adhesive tapes and foils
05.1425
Self-adhesive materials for printing
Product Details
05.1425
Address
Industrieterrein 8
3290 Diest - Webbekom
Belgium
Phone
+32-13321-642
Fax
+32-13323-464
Internet address
http://www.biographic.be
E-Mail
info@biographic.be
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Self-adhesive materials for printing
BS MOUNT
Even the most sophisticated printing equipment could
not meet its designers’ expectations, nor reach the
best performance level were it not supported by ancillary products such as sleeves, inks, plates enjoying
the same high quality standard. Among them, doublecoated tapes undoubtely play a major role in the plate
mounting applications. All printers recognize the need
for the best technological standard. In fact, flexo printing has reached such a level of excellence that no quality half-measures are
tolerated.
Product Overview
BiOGRAPHiC
05.1085
Printing inks
05.1095
Ink, Offset Printing
05.1135
Printer’s varnishes
Bi.esse has kept close pace with developments in printers’ needs and is able to
offer a wide range of products that satisfy all requirements. The pride of the Milan
company - Bi.esse - is the new BS MOUNT line of cushion tapes, produced in
a wide range of adhesives, backings, and, above all, the new PATTERN LINER
that avoids air entrapment. Furthermore Bi.esse’s range comprises the ever
green cloth tapes and the traditional corrugated tapes - that come in about a
dozen versions.
05.1185
Fountain solutions
05.1190
Damping (water) solutions and additives
05.1330
Metallic powder and paste pigments
Bi.esse’s research activity is continuously stimulated by, and co-operates with,
printers, producers of machines, components, inks, sleeves, etc. By doing so,
our researchers explore more and more advanced solutions which will be eventually conveyed to everyday production.
Product Details
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BiOGRAPHiC
Printing inks
BiOGRAPHiC PROCESS INK SETS
ll process sets are manufactured using the most modern techniques. Different
sets are available upon your requirements:
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BiOGRAPHiC MAGIC set , the latest development, based on the ISO12647
standard. Highly pigmented inks for dot-sharp prints (recommended for stochastic screens). Excellent drying and rub resistance on a broad range of substrates.
Suites the most recent and rapid presses.
BIRKAN Drucktuchtechnik GmbH
Address
Painhofener Straße 11
82279 Eching a. Ammersee
Germany
BiOGRAPHiC POSTER set, process inks with maximum lightfastness properties.
Phone
+49-81439204-0
BiOGRAPHiC HARD DRY set, inks for unabsorbant substrates like cast coated,
metalised or synthetic substrates.
Fax
+49-81439204-24
Internet address
http://www.birkan-blankets.com
E-Mail
info@birkan.de
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BiOGRAPHiC DOCUPRINT set , inks with heat resistant pigments and binder
system to resist to the heat of post-printing laser printers.
BiOGRAPHiC Colour Matching Center
BiOGRAPHiC disposed of an in-house Colour Matching Center for rapid and
correct ink service. BiOGRAPHiC is licensed as ’Pantone Inc. Licensed Printing
Ink Manufacturer’. We can also match colour samples.
Speciality Inks
Due to security and export regulations the availability of these inks is restricted.
Contact BiOGRAPHiC for availabilities.
Product Overview
Overprint Varnishes
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Measuring and testing equipment
The BiOGRAPHiC overprintvarnishes can either be used in-line (wet-on-wet)
or off-line (wet-on-dry). Very stable on the press and fast drying in the stack.
Multiple finishes: Diamond Varnish, Silk Sealer, Extra Mat varnish, Pearlescent
varnish.
05.1010
Packing materials
05.1140
Printing blankets
05.1355
Perforating tools and equipment
05.1415
Cutting, punching and scoring rules
Offset Fount Additives
The BiOGRAPHiC AQUA-FUTURA CTP fount additives have specially been developped for use with CTP printing plates. They are safe for CTP plates and offer
several technical advantages. Of course the classic AQUA-CLEAR, AQUA-RED
and AQUA-PLUS additives remain available.
Anti-Set-Off powder
Product Details
BiOGRAPHiC is the official RUSSELL-WEBB importer.
Cleaning Agents
05.1140
We produce a full range of cleaning agents. For export we recommend our Fogra
approved ’Automatic Wash 60’ which is not classified as dangerous goods.
Challenger
Contact us for more informations on pressroom washes.
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Printing blankets
Akzidenz- und Zeitungsrotationen drucken heutzutage auf den verschiedensten
Papiersorten. Dieses Drucktuch ermöglicht dank seiner Vielseitigkeit den Einsatz sowohl auf beschichteten Papieren als auch auf herkömmlichen Zeitungspapieren. Die Deckplatte mit Mikrofeinstschliff gewährleistet in jedem Fall saubere
Punktwiedergabe und optimale Farbübertragung.
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Die besonders dicke, auf Mikrosphären-Technologie basierende, kompressible
Schicht sorgt für eine exzellente Knautscherresistenz des Drucktuchs und minimiert gleichzeitig Schwingungen. Eine wasserdichte Geweberückseite schützt
das Drucktuch vor dem Eindringen von Feucht- und Waschmitteln und schont
so die Zylinder der Druckmaschine.
Eine besonders stabile Karkasse sorgt für minimales Setzverhalten und verlängert darüber hinaus die Standzeiten des Drucktuchs. Besonders geeignet
für schnell laufende Rotationen.
bei der Klebestellenvorbereitung Systemintegrierte Spliceauslösung & Makulaturweiche (Druck) Einsparung von Makulator
NEU! Splice - Klebebänder wasserlöslich
Produkte für herkömmlichen Splice Produkte für Quersplice Produkte für Spitzenverklebung Produkte geeignet für fliegenden und stehenden Rollenwechsel Produkte für überlappenden und gestoßenen Splice Produkte für die Rollenend- und
-anfangsverklebung Produkte für die Klebestelle in der Kundenrolle
Boehler Uddeholm Precision Strip GmbH & Co. KG
bn tapes & labels GmbH
Address
Adam-Riese-Str. 18
73529 Schwäbisch Gmünd
Germany
Address
Waidhofer Straße 3
3333 Böhlerwerk
Austria
Phone
+49-71719302-0
Phone
+43-7442600-29157
Fax
+49-71719302-20
Fax
+43-7442600-29770
Internet address
http://www.bn-tapes-labels.com
Internet address
http://www.bohler-strip.com
E-Mail
info@tapes-labels.com
E-Mail
eva.kubicka@bu-strip.com
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Product Overview
05.1270
bn tapes & labels GmbH
Adhesive tapes and foils
Product Details
05.1270
bn tapes & labels GmbH
Adhesive tapes and foils
Product Overview
Boehler Uddeholm Precision Strip GmbH & Co. KG
05.1415
Cutting, punching and scoring rules
04.1585
Rotary cutters
05.1355
Perforating tools and equipment
NEU! Exceptional Flying Splice System
Enorme Zeitersparnis und wesentlich vereinfachtes Handling Anwendung von
nur noch einem Querstreifen Keine Auftragung zusätzlicher Etiketten zur Schließung
der äußeren Papierbahn Erhöhte Splicesicherheit durch Reduzierung der Fehlerquote
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Product Details
Boehler Uddeholm Precision Strip GmbH & Co. KG
Product Overview
05.1415
Bostik GmbH
Cutting, punching and scoring rules
05.1275
Rilllinien
Die Qualität von Rillinien ist für den Verpackungshersteller ebenso maßgeblich
wie die der Schneidlinien. Das Schachteldesign wird immer anspruchsvoller und
erfordert eine höhere Nutzengenauigkeit.
Adhesives and glues
Product Details
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Bostik GmbH
Adhesives and glues
Der Einsatz von hochwertigen Rillinien ist daher von zunehmender Bedeutung!
Superfix extra
Böhler Rillinien sind in Ihrer Genauigkeit exakt auf die der Böhler Schneidlinien
abgestimmt:
Produkt: Elastischer Montageklebstoff auf Basis MS-Polymer aus der Druckluftdose.
sehr glatte Oberfläche des Rillkopfes
Anwendung: Für die Verklebung der meisten Baumaterialien im Innen- u. Außenbereich, wie Folien im Fassadenbereich (z.B. Butyl- und EPDM-Folien), Paneelen, Sockel, Fuß- u. Zierleisten sowie zur Verklebung im Holz-, Metall- u. Containerbau.
keine Kanten im Abrundungsverlauf
fließender Übergang von der Rundung zu den Seitenflächen
geringste Außermittigkeit
Eigenschaften: sehr hohe Klebkraft auch auf feuchten Untergründen, sehr geringer
Schrumpf, gute UV-Beständigkeit, lösemittel-, silicon- und isocyanatfrei, Verarbeitung in allen Positionen, genaue u. exakte Dosierung, optimale Ausbeute mit
geringstem Verbrauch.
minimale Höhenabweichungen
Liniendicke auf Schneidlinien abgestimmt
SUPREME-Beschichtung möglich
Bostik GmbH
BYK-Chemie GmbH
Address
An der Bundesstraße 16
33829 Borgholzhausen
Germany
Address
Abelstrasse 45
46483 Wesel
Germany
Phone
+49-5425801-0
Phone
+49 281 670-0
Fax
+49-5425801-140
Fax
+49 281 65735
Internet address
http://www.bostik.de
Internet address
www.paperbyk.com
E-Mail
info.germany@bostik.com
E-Mail
info@byk.com
Stand
Hall 13, D66 (Page 1248)
Stand
Hall 03, B18 (Page 1208)
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Blister, UV and effect coatings for the
Product Overview
BYK-Chemie GmbH
refining and protection of printing
products, for the printing and packaging
02.1575
Nano technology
05.1005
Additives & Concentrates (Ink)
05.1015
Thermographic equipment, powders and supplies
industry. Including special differentiation
Product Details
as gloss coating, Barrier coating, slip
coating, matt coating.
BYK – where paper isn’t patient
BYK-Chemie GmbH
Improve the surface
Surface sizing
05.1005
Additives & Concentrates (Ink)
An obsession with appearance –
BYK – where paper isn’t patient
is for us the highest praise.
To achieve success today in papermaking,
BYK devotes itself each day to ensuring
a company requires strong international
that your products have the correct gloss.
partners: innovative, professional and
We already shadow the entire valueadded
with an exceptional customer service.
chain so vital to paper surface
As a long-standing market leader in a
finishing. The know-how we have
variety of segments, BYK is able to meet
acquired from other additive application
these strict requirements of international
fields stands us in good stead here.
competition.
BYK, together with the companies of
Aqueous coatings
the other Divisions, enjoys a high level
Protective and varnish coatings
of expertise in the value-added chain of
for a variety of printing processes
paper converting. Our know-how in the
and paper surfaces, for the printing
field of additives, measuring instruments,
and packaging industry.
effect pigments and specialty coatings for
Printing inks additives
the printing and packaging sector allows
Additives made for bronzing, paper
us to provide our customers with the
coating, offset, gravure, flexo and
best possible solution.
silk-screen printing, for packaging,
labels, magazines, catalogs and other
advertising media.
Overprint varnishes
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05/29/2008
Böttcher GmbH & Co. KG, Felix
Address
Stolberger Straße 351-353
50933 Köln
Germany
ProAqualis stands for the Böttcher dampening roller system especially for IPAfree or IPA-reduced printing.
Particular innovations in this field are compound 124 25 as form dampening roller
for conventional printing, compound 134 25 for dampening in UV and mixed
mode printing as well as the new extremely resistant water pan rollers ProAqualis
128 25 and 427 40.
Phone
+49-2214907-1
Fax
+49-2214907-420
Internet address
http://www.boettcher-systems.com
E-Mail
koeln@boettcher-systems.com
Stand
Hall 16, D03 (Page 1254)
Company News
05/29/2008
ProAqualis: The Böttcher Roller System for the
Dampening Unit in Sheetfed Offset
Böttcher GmbH & Co. KG, Felix
„Int’l Newspaper Color Quality Club“ 2008 - 2010: The
international elite in newspaper printing banks on
Böttcher.
In February this year, IFRA, NAA and PANPA determined again the 50 best
newspaper printers of the world which received thus the membership in the Int’l
Newspaper Color quality Club 2008 to 2010.
To the international acknowledgment of these high standards, the fulfilment of
the printing quality requirements of their customers and the obtained color quality, Böttcher contributed in particular. The predominant majority of the members
of the Int’l Newspaper Color Quality Club 2008 - 2010 use Böttcher products in
their presses. The figures in detail: 68% of the members use Böttcher products
altogether. - 66% rollers - 44% washes - 26% blankets - 24% fountain solution
additives.
Depending upon the ink type, the dampening roller material and the fountain
solution additives in use, more or less quickly radial swellings can appear in
places with ink feedback on the water pan or the metering rollers with conventional covering; the exact mechanism behind this swelling process has not been
explained completely. The classical dampening roller materials were modified in
response to these results. Compound 147 25 was introduced as a “normal” water pan roller with highest protection against swellings as standard for the water
pan and metering rollers. Unfortunately, there are still some ink-fountain solution combinations in use which produce radial swellings even with this highly
resistant compound. The new dampening roller ProAqualis has a fluorinated
rubber coating, which presents an extreme resistance against most diverse media. Due to high material costs of fluorinated rubber a 2-layer system was developed, which comprises a ”normal” dampening roller material at the base and
as surface layer a highly resistant fluorinated rubber. Apart from the swell resistance, the dynamics of the current dampening roller material are maintained,
too. So far, no swelling problems have been reported on any of these rollers by
users in the market.
A clear advantage of the ProAqualis system also is its good resistance to polar
solvents contained in usual dampening roller cleaners and UV washes.
Most customers cite low ink feedback in combination with good water transfer
as especially positive attributes.
The rollers described here can be purchased from Böttcher. Ask for further information under Tel.: +49 (0) 221 4907-1 or by E-Mail info@boettchersystems.com.
Impressive numbers, which support Böttcher’s market leadership also in newspaper printing.
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Product Overview
02.1375
Böttcher GmbH & Co. KG, Felix
Characteristics
Damping rollers
02.1415
Flexographic rollers, see anilox rollers 2.1675, 5.1360
02.1535
Varnishing rollers
02.1650
Impression cylinders, gravure and flexo printing
05.1130
Printer’s aids
05.1140
Printing blankets
05.1175
washing systems in sheetfed presses; it can also be premixed with water for
washing with a cloth by hand.
• speeds final cleaning in washing system • prevents calcium residues in the
water basin • may not be used with filtration systems • reduces surface tension
of the cleaning water resulting thus in a more even spread on the blanket and
rollers • leaves less dirt (ink and paper debris), and water around the blanket
gaps • helps keep washup drip trays and return pipes clean • keeps the nozzles
of blanket and roller wash devices clean, minimising maintenance down time •
removes remaining ink and solvent residues from rollers at the end of washup
cycles • flows across the washup blade • on cloth type blanket wash systems,
dissolves dirt into the cloth much quicker • results in a good clean surface on the
blanket and on the rollers
Application
Böttcherin Aqualux is added to the water in a concentration of 5 % by volume.
Böttcherin Aqualux must be kept free from frost when in storage.
Ink rollers
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Fountain solutions
05.1190
Damping (water) solutions and additives
05.1210
Blanket washing and rejuvenating solutions
05.1450
Sleeves
Böttcherin Aqualux is classified and marked according to EC-Directive 88/379/EEC
- in its latest version. Böttcherin Aqualux is not classified as a dangerous good in
the sense of national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID
- GGV See/IMDG).
BöttcherPro Antiskin Spray
Anti-Skin Agent in a Spray
Uses
05.1505
Roller coverings
05.1510
Roller washing and treatment solutions
BöttcherPro Antiskin Spray inhibits the drying of ink in used ink
tins and on inking units during machine stops, preventing skin
formation.
Characteristics
Product Details
05.1130
Böttcher GmbH & Co. KG, Felix
Printer’s aids
• prevents premature oxidation drying of ink • slow evaporation
• long term effective • attacks neither rollers nor plates • no aromatics or CFC´s
• mixes well in the ink on press restarts
Böttcherin Aqualux
Application
Water Additive for Automatic Cleaning Systems
Uses
Shake before use! BöttcherPro Antiskin Spray is sprayed on the surface of the
ink. Only a short spray application is needed, but ensure an even coverage of
the inking system.
Böttcherin Aqualux is added to the water tanks in the automatic roller and blanket
The can is under pressure and must be protected from direct sun and from tem-
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peratures above 50 °C during storage. Do not store below -5 °C.
Marking
BöttcherPro Antiskin Spray is classified and marked according to EC-Directive
88/379/EEC - in its latest version.
removing calcium contamination and paper lint residues • restores the original
roughness and colour pick-up of the rollers • easy application by tube • regular
application (once weekly) prevents calcium built-up on ink rollers • prolongs roller
life • may also be applied to ink rollers for UV printing (EPDM)
Application
After washing with e. g. „Böttcherin Blue“ or „Böttcherin 6003“, apply BöttcherPro Calciumfix easily from the tube on the roller, with the roller running slowly.
The dissolving process will be completed after 3 to 5 minutes, then the roller
should be washed as follows: - with water and/or with cleaning agent for manual cleaning and for use in automatic washing devices.
BöttcherPro Calcit
Water Re-Hardener
Uses
BöttcherPro Calcit is a water re-hardener for use in conjunction with reverse osmosis water or with very soft
water, to standardise hardness.
Repeat as necessary.
Regular application of BöttcherPro Calciumfix (once weekly) prevents calcium
build-up on ink rollers effectively.
Characteristics
• for water from all reverse osmosis units • for very soft water (0 - 4° dH total
hardness) • dosage 0.5 % • constant water hardness of 10° dH (total hardness)
• no alteration of pH-value • stabilizes the ink-water balance
Application
BöttcherPro Calcit is added to the reverse osmosis water or to the soft water feed
lines to the circulation system by the use of automatic dosage pumps. BöttcherPro Calcit works well with BöttcherFount products.
Marking
BöttcherPro Calciumfix is classified and marked according to EC-Directive
88/379/EEC - in its latest version. It is not classified as a dangerous good in the
sense of national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID GGV See/¬IMDG).
BöttcherPro Cleanfix
More details are available in the technical information sheet “Use of water rehardener BöttcherPro Calcit”.
Cleaning Paste in a Tube
Marking
For intensive cleaning of ink rollers at quick colour changes.
BöttcherPro Calcit is classified and marked according to EC-Directive 88/379/EEC
- in its latest version. It is not classified as a dangerous good in the sense of national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID - GGVSee/IMDG).
Characteristics
Uses
BöttcherPro Calciumfix
• deep-down cleaning of roller surfaces • reduces glazing and
polishing of the roller surfaces, if used regularly • can be applied from the tube without the need of a spatula • economic
use
Decalcifying Gel
Application
Uses
After a short pre-wash with a Böttcher roller cleaning agent, apply BöttcherPro
Cleanfix from the tube to the rollers and leave to take effect for several minutes,
with the printing machine running at idle speed. Rinse with the same Böttcher
roller wash used for pre-washing. In stubborn cases, leave BöttcherPro Cleanfix
to take effect for a longer time. It is recommended for roller care to repeat the
procedure once a week (combined with BöttcherPro Calciumfix).
Cleaning paste which removes stubborn calcium contamination. BöttcherPro Calciumfix solves glazing, which results from
paper lint residues.
Characteristics
• based on solvents, acid and auxiliaries • flash point > 61 °C
• water miscible, free of aromatics and CFC´s • good cleaning performance for
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Böttcher Pro Cleanfix is classified according to EC-Directive 88/379/EEC - in its
latest version and does not need to be marked. It is not classified as a dangerous
good in the sense of national and international transport regulations (GGVSE ADR/RID - GGV See/IMDG).
• will not damage the printing plate
Application
Cleaner for Fountain Systems
BöttcherPro Protecto is applied by a wash bottle evenly onto non-printing parts
of the ink rollers. It may also be added during printing at running machine, if the
roller is accessible: Wash bottle, spray nozzle as well as extension pipe may be
ordered separately. If printed with part web in newspaper printing, BöttcherPro
Protecto should be added again after 30,000 turn arounds.
Uses
Marking
BöttcherPro Hydroclean is a cleaning concentrate for regular cleaning of fount
solution circulation systems or on offset presses.
Characteristics
BöttcherPro Protecto is classified and marked according to EC-Directive 88/379/EEC
- in its latest version. It is not classified as a dangerous good in the sense of national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID - GGVSee/IMDG).
• aqueous alkaline solution • free from formaldehyde • suitable for all presses
and fountain systems • dissolves solid dirt • use at a concentration of 5 - 10 %
BöttcherPro Rol-O-Past
Application
Cleaning Paste
The fountain system must be emptied completely and refilled with fresh water.
According to amount of contamination and dirt, add 5 -10 % of BöttcherPro Hydroclean.
Uses
Pump the solution around the system for about 3 to 4 hours. Clean filters regularly during this time. After the cleaning process, empty the system and rinse
twice with water while pumping. Ensure all filters, tanks and pumps are cleaned
of debris. Wear protective gloves during application.
Properties
BöttcherPro Hydroclean
Marking
BöttcherPro Hydroclean is classified and marked according to EC-Directive 88/379/EEC
- in its latest version.
BöttcherPro Protecto
• water soluble, free of aromatics and CFC´s • highly effective cleaning paste •
removes dried ink residues and other contamination from the roller surfaces •
restores the original surface and ink affinity of the roller • extends the service life
of inking rollers
Application
Clean the rollers in the press (e. g. with Böttcherin Blue), and allow to dry.
Remove the rollers from the press.
Wearing protective rubber gloves, apply BöttcherPro Rol-O-Past with a spatula
to the roller surface to a thickness of approximately 3 mm.
Roller Protecting Oil
Uses
BöttcherPro Rol-O-Past must remain on the roller covering for at least 3 hours.
If ink residues are considerable, we recommend leaving the paste on the rollers
overnight.
Roller protecting oil, to be used on dry running rollers
in non-printing units. Particularly useful for lubricating
dry running rollers in on web areas when printing part
or narrow webs.
BöttcherPro Rol-O-Past can be removed from the roller with a blunt palette knife.
Take care, ensure that the roller surface is not damaged. Finally, the roller should
be washed with water and dried thoroughly.
Properties
• prevents dry running of the inking rollers • prevents higher abrasion and overheating of the roller surface • prolongs roller life by preventing premature roller
breakdown • remains a long time on the roller surface after application • poor
misting or spraying • good compatibility with rubber roller coverings • VOC-free
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in its latest version and does not need to be marked. It is not classified as a
dangerous good in the sense of national and international transport regulations
(GGVSE - ADR/RID - GGV See/IMDG).
• no scouring on printed surface • no negative effects on smooth finish or gloss
• low consumption • trouble-free processing • for printed carton from 200 - 350
g/m² • 1 kg-stand-up pouch
Application
BöttcherPro Silux 20
Avoid overdosing. Apply minimum quantity necessary to overcome set-off.
Fine Anti Set-Off Spray Powder
Note
Uses
Store in a dry place at room temperature. Shake powder container before use
to improve flexo properties from both container and powder spray unit.
BöttcherPro Silux 20 can be used with conventional printing
inks and water lacquers, for subsequent laminating, lining or
lacquering and for inline-lacquering with aqueous dispersion
coating on paper.
Feboclean WP Roller Protecting Paste
Roller Protecting Paste
Characteristics
• fine powder based on vegetable starch • safe for your health • excellent flow
and processing properties • no lumping • can be used in all powder sprayers •
suitable for controlled dosing • low build-up on blanket • insensitive to humidity •
no scouring on printed surface • no negative effects on smooth finish or gloss •
low consumption • trouble-free processing • for paper and carton substrates up
to 200 g/m² • 1 kg-stand-up pouch
Uses
Roller protecting paste, to be used on dry running rollers when not printing on
all printing units, for use with conventional inking rollers.
Characteristics
Avoid overdosing. Apply minimum quantity necessary to overcome set-off.
• prevents dry running of inking rollers • prevents higher abrasion and overheating of inking roller surface • prolongs roller life • good compatibility with elastomer roller qualities for conventional inks • not to be used for UV printing rollers
(EPDM)
Note
Application
Store in a dry place at room temperature. Shake powder container before use
to improve flexo properties from both container and powder spray unit.
Feboclean WP is applied to the roller by spreading the paste with a spatula
over the roller surface. Handling is very easy due to its consistency. After the
use of Feboclean WP we recommend our approved washes Böttcherin Blue or
Böttcherin 6003.
Application
BöttcherPro Silux 35
Marking
Coarse Anti Set-Off Spray Powder
Feboclen WP is classified according to EC-Directive 88/379/EEC - in its latest
version. It is not classified as a dangerous good in the sense of national and
international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID - GGV See/IMDG).
For Packaging Printing
Uses
BöttcherPro Silux 35 can be used with conventional printing
inks and water lacquers, for subsequent laminating, lining or
lacquering and for inline-lacquering with aqueous dispersion
coating on carton packaging.
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BöttcherTop 1002 Coating Plate
Strippable compressible coating plates for spot coating with water-based and
UV-coating
Characteristics
• coarse powder based on vegetable starch • safe for your health • excellent flow
and processing properties • no lumping • can be used in all powder sprayers •
suitable for controlled dosing • low build-up on blanket • insensitive to humidity
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Features
• Hydrophilic surface rubber • Micro-ground and polished printing surface • Rubber face • Deep stencil profiles ( 0.8/1.6 mm) • Stripping layer technology using
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no glue • High stability polyester carrier (0.35 mm) • Nominal gauge: 1.96 mm
(+/- 0.03 mm) • Micro-hardness: 68° Shore A • Presses: In-line coating units
Benefits
• High coating transfer (approx. 5 g/m²) • Reduced ink piling in coating areas
• Less wash-ups required, prompt and easy cleaning • Tight gauge tolerances
(+/-0.03 mm) • Homogeneous coating transfer • Excellent compatibility with oilbased/UV inks and conventional/UV cleaning fluids, contrary to photopolymers •
Trouble-free coating of any job • Reduced coating build-up in non coating areas
• Less waste (dirty sheets) • No stencil delamination caused by coatings and/or
cleaning fluids • Controlled and consistent peel strength ensures prompt and
easy stripping • No mis-registration at make-ready and during production • Can
be reused for many repeat jobs
Benefits
• High and homogeneous coating transfer (> 5 g/m²) • Reduced ink piling (including Pantone colours) in coating areas • Less wash-ups required, prompt
and easy cleaning • Trouble-free coating of any job • Reduced coating build-up
in non coating areas • Less waste (dirty sheets) • Prompt and easy stripping •
Consistent peel strength within one plate and from production to production • No
mis-registration at make-ready and during production • Can be reused for many
repeat jobs
BöttcherTop 1007 Strippable Compressible Blanket
For spot coating with water-based or UV-varnishes
Features
• Hydrophilic surface rubber • Micro-ground and polished printing surface • Rubber face • Deep stencil profiles (0.8/1.0 mm) • Stripping layer technology using
no glue • High stability carcass manufactured from pre-stretched fabrics exclusively
BöttcherTOP 1003
Strippable coating plate for spot coating with water-based and UV coatings
Features
• Hydrophilic surface rubber • Micro-ground and polished printing surface • Rubber face • Deep stencil profiles (BT1003/1.15 mm: 0.80 mm) (BT1003/1.35 mm:
1.00 mm) • Stripping layer technology using no glue • High stability polyester carrier (0.35 mm) • Presses: In-line coating units • Nominal gauge BT1003/1.15mm:
1.15 mm (+/- 0.02 mm); BT1003/1.35mm: 1.35 mm (+/- 0.02 mm) • Microhardness: 58° Shore A
Benefits
• High coating transfer (approx. 5 g/m²) • Reduced ink piling in coating areas
• Less wash-ups required, prompt and easy cleaning • Tight gauge tolerances
(+/- 0.02 mm) • Homogeneous coating transfer • Excellent compatibility with oilbased/UV inks and conventional/UV cleaning fluids, contrarily to photopolymers
• Trouble-free coating of any job • Reduced coating build-up in non coating areas
• Less wastage (dirty sheets). • No stencil delaminating caused by coatings
and/or cleaning fluids • Controlled and consistent peel strength ensures prompt
and easy stripping • No mis-registration at make-ready and during production •
Can be reused for many subsequent repeat jobs
Benefits
• High coating transfer (approx. 5g/m²) • Reduced ink piling in coating areas
• Less wash-ups required, prompt and easy cleaning • Tight gauge tolerances
(+/- 0.02 mm) • Homogeneous coating transfer • Excellent compatibility with oilbased/UV inks and conventional/UV cleaning fluids • Trouble-free coating of any
job • Reduced coating built-up in non coating areas • Less wastage (dirty sheets)
• No stencil delamination caused by coatings and/or cleaning fluids • Controlled
and consistent peel strength ensures prompt and easy stripping • Minimal residual elongation • Can be used for subsequent repeat jobs
BöttcherTop 1008 - Coating Plates
Strippable coating plates for spot coating with water-based and UV-coating
Features
• Surface made of very hydrophilic polymers • Extremely low surface roughness
(0.0 to 0.2 µm) • Deep stencil profile (0.8 mm) • Controlled stripping force • High
stability polyester carrier (0.35 mm)
BöttcherTop 1004 Coating Plate
Benefits
Strippable compressible coating plates for spot coating with water-based and
UV-coating
• High coating transfer (> 5 g/m²) • Reduced ink piling in coating areas (also
with spot colours) • Less wash-ups required, quick and easy cleaning • Surface
structure not visible even in case of delicate print forms (also with high gloss UV
coatings) • Smooth sliding of the plotter head in the cutting process • Trouble-free
coating of any job • Reduced coating build-up in non coating areas • Less waste
due to dirty sheets • Quick and easy stripping • No stencil delaminating caused
Features • Hydrophilic thermoplastic stripping layer • Deep stencil profile (BT1004:
0.8 mm) • Original stripping technology • High stability polyester carrier (0.35
mm) • Presses: In-line coating units • Nominal gauge 1.35 mm (+/- 0,03 mm) •
Micro-hardness: 75° Shore A
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by coatings and/or cleaning fluids • Consistent peel strength within one plate,
from production to production • No mis-registration at make-ready and during
production • Can be reused for many repeat jobs
BöttcherTop 3200 - Commercial Sheetfed Blanket
substrates such as paper and metal • Minimum residual elongation, no need for
re-tensioning • No doubling and slurring • High dimensional and register stability
• Controlled gauge loss, no need for re-packing • Reduced piling on the blanket
surface
Designed for high quality printing and alcohol reduction
BöttcherTop 4400 - Sheetfed Blanket (Carton and Paper)
Features
Designed for severe chemical and mechanical pressroom conditions
• Hydrophilic surface compound especially developed for alcohol reduced (< 8
%) and alcohol free printing • Micro-ground and polished printing surface, controlled roughness 0.9 - 1.2 µm • Compressible layer with a high content of closed
cells • High stability carcass manufactured from pre-stretched and calendered
fabrics • Nominal gauge: 1.96 mm (+/- 0.02 mm) • Nominal gauge: 53° Shore A
Features
Benefits
• Reduced dot gain • Optimum print contrast • Reduced paper dust build-up on
plates and rollers • Minimum plate abrasion • Sharp, well defined dots • Full
dots, dense and well-spread solids • Optimum ink cover on all paper grades
(coated/uncoated) • Excellent release of all substrates (Quick Release) • Reduced ink and paper dust piling • Good smash and edge cut resistance • Compensates for thickness variations in substrates such as paper and metal • Minimum residual elongation, no need for retensioning • No doubling and slurring
• High dimensional and register stability • Controlled gauge loss, no need for
re-packing • Reduced piling on the blanket surface
BöttcherTOP 3201 - Commercial Sheetfed Blanket
Designed for high quality printing in an alcohol reduced or alcohol free environment
Features
• Highly hydrophilic surface compound especially developed for alcohol reduced
(< 5 %) and alcohol free printing • Micro-ground and polished printing surface,
controlled roughness 0.9 - 1.2 µm • Compressible layer having a high content of
closed cells • High stability carcass manufactured from pre-stretched and calendered fabrics
Benefits
• Excellent ink release for minimum ink build-up and/or ink back-trapping from
previous printing units • Reduced paper dust piling • Reduced calcium build-up •
Reduced dot gain • Sharp, well defined dots • Full dots, dense and well-spread
solids • Optimum ink cover on all paper grades (coated/uncoated) • Excellent
release of all substrates (Quick Release) • Reduced ink and paper dust piling •
Good smash and edge cut resistance • Compensates for thickness variations in
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• Original surface rubber blend using different types of polymers and additives
• Micro-ground and polished printing surface, controlled roughness 0.9 - 1.2µm
• Higher surface rubber hardness than standard • Compressible layer having
a high content of closed cells • High stability carcass manufactured from prestretched and multi-calendered fabrics
Benefits
• Controlled swelling in dual-purpose applications (conventional and UV inks
and washes) • Controlled swelling in hybrid applications (inks and washes) •
Reduced ink piling • Sharp, well defined dots • Full dots, dense and well-spread
solids • Optimum ink cover on all paper grades (coated, uncoated) and carton •
Excellent sheet release (Quick Release) • Reduced ink and substrate dust piling
• High edge cut resistance • Excellent resistance to abrasion (substrates and automatic blanket cleaning devices) • Good resistance to smashes (double/folded
sheets) and format changes • Handles uneven substrates with ease • Minimum
residual elongation, controlled gauge loss • No doubling and slurring • High dimensional stability, also on big format sheetfed presses • Reduced piling on the
blanket
BöttcherTop 4500 Sheetfed Blanket (Paper and Carton)
The ideal solution for good print quality in combination with high abrasion resistance
Features
• Micro-ground and polished printing surface, controlled roughness 0.9 - 1.2 µm •
Harder surface rubber • High compressibility due to 3-ply construction and a high
content of closed cells • High stability carcass manufactured from pre-stretched
and multi-calendered fabrics • Rubber solution soaked fabrics
Benefits
• Sharp and crisp halftones • Full dots, dense and well-spread solids • Handles
with equal ease a wide range of substrates (paper and carton, coated and uncoated) • Excellent sheet release (Quick Release) • Reduced ink and paper dust
piling • High resistance to edge cut and frequent format changes • Excellent re-
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sistance to abrasion (substrates and automatic blanket cleaning devices) • High
chemical resistance to inks, cleaning fluids and fount solutions • Excellent smash
resistance • Handles thickness variations in substrates • Compensates for mechanical shortcomings such as cylinder bounce (streaks), press specific vibrations and press wear • Minimum residual elongation, no need for retensioning
• High dimensional and register stability, also on big format presses • Reduced
gauge loss, no need for re-packing • Reduced piling on blanket surface
Designed for high printing quality requirements in a UV environment
in dual-purpose applications (conventional and UV inks and washes) • Controlled swelling in hybrid applications (inks and washes) • Reduced ink piling
• Neutral web feed properties (True-Rolling) • Excellent resistance to excesspressure (wrap-arounds, double/folded sheets, web changes, edge cuts, etc) •
Low tendency for heat-build-up (great stability of the ink water balance, no surface delamination) • Compensates for mechanical shortcomings such as cylinder bounce (streaks), press specific vibrations and press wear • Minimum residual elongation and controlled gauge loss • High dimensional and register stability, also on double-round heatset webs and big format sheetfed presses •
Consistent web feed • No sinking at the cylinder gap, maximum print length
Features
BöttcherTop 5600 Newspaper Blanket
• Original EPDM surface compound • Micro-ground and polished printing surface, controlled roughness 0.7 - 1.0 µm • Compressible layer having a high content of closed cells • Stable carcass manufactured from pre-stretched and highly
calenderedfabrics
Designed for 4-high and 10-cylinder satellite presses
BöttcherTop 4800 UV-Blanket (Multi-Substrates)
Benefits
• Exceptional swell resistance to polar components found in UV inks and UV
cleaning fluids • No relief images, retain images and ghosting • High resistance
to heat • Can be used with the new generation of hybrid inks providing that the UV
content is highly predominant • Sharp and well defined dots • Full dots, dense
and well-spread solids • Handles a wide range of substrates (Paper, carton,
metal, plastics) • Excellent release of the printed substrate (Quick Release) •
Reduced ink and paper dust piling • Good smash and edge cut resistance •
Handles uneven substrates with ease • Minimum residual elongation, controlled
gauge loss • No doubling and slurring • High dimensional stability, also on big
format sheetfed presses • Reduced piling on the blanket
BöttcherTop 5400N Web Heatset and Sheetfed Blanket
Designed for severe chemical and mechanical pressroom conditions
Features
• Micro-ground and polished printing surface, controlled roughness 0.9 - 1.2 µm •
Original surface rubber compound using different types of polymers • High compressibility resulting from 3-ply construction and a high content of closed cells
• High stability carcass manufactured from pre-stretched and multi-calendered
fabrics • Fabrics carefully selected to work together
Benefits
• Sharp and crisp halftones • Full dots, dense and well-spread solids • Optimum ink cover on all paper grades (coated, uncoated, LWC) • Excellent web
and sheet release (Quick Release) • Reduced ghosting • Controlled swelling
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Features
• Hydrophilic and micro-ground printing surface, controlled roughness 1.5 - 1.8
µm • High compressibility resulting from 3-ply construction and high content of
closed cells • High stability carcass manufactured from pre-stretched and multicalendered fabrics • Highly saturated fabrics • Fabrics carefully selected to work
together
Benefits
• Crisp halftones, full dots, dense and well-spread solids • Reduced ink and paper dust piling resulting from optimum water distribution • Minimum plate abrasion/wear (also when CTP-plates are used) • Neutral web feed properties (TrueRolling) • Excellent resistance to excess-pressure (wrap-arounds, web changes,
etc) • Low tendency for heat-build up (great stability of the ink/water balance,
no surface delamination) • Compensates for mechanical shortcomings such as
cylinder bounce (streaks), press specific vibrations and press wear • Minimum
residual elongation • Controlled gauge loss • Blankets and plates stay longer
clean • Consistent web feed • No divergency/gapping (paper creasing) • Reduced water/solvent penetration, even when running half webs • No break at
the gap
BöttcherTop 6300 - Heatset Blanket
For Highest Demands in Heatset Web Offset!
Features
• Micro-ground and polished printing surface, controlled roughness 0.9 – 1.2 µm •
High compressibility resulting from 3-ply construction and high content of closed
cells • Pressurised compressible layer • Ground compressible layer • High stability carcass, manufactured from prestretched and vacuum-calendered fabrics
• Fabrics carefully selected to work together
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Benefits
• Well balanced halftone and solid quality • Optimum ink coverage on all substrates (coated, uncoated, LWC) • Ultra-quick release of all substrates • Low paper dust and ink piling • Excellent resistance to excess-pressure (wrap-arounds,
web changes, edge cuts, etc.) • Low tendancy for heat-build up (good stability of
the ink/water balance) up to 70,000 cylinder revolutions per hour • Excellent compression set (extraordinary absorbing capacity of cylinder bounce, press specific
vibrations and press wear) • Low energy loss in the time, extended service life
• Constant print quality on the total print width • Constant web feed properties
(True-Rolling) • Minimum residual elongation • High dimensional and register
stability, also on double-round heatset webs • Minimum gauge loss (0.03 mm
max.) • Constant web feed • No sinking at the cylinder gap, maximum print
length
BöttcherTop 6600 - Heatset Blanket
For Highest Demands in Heatset Web Offset!
Features
• Micro-ground and polished printing surface, controlled roughness 0.9 – 1.2 µm •
High compressibility resulting from 3-ply construction and high content of closed
cells • Pressurised compressible layer • Ground compressible layer • High stability carcass, manufactured from prestretched and vacuum-calendered fabrics
• Fabrics carefully selected to work together
Benefits
• Well balanced halftone and solid quality • Optimum ink coverage on all substrates (coated, uncoated, LWC) • Ultra-quick release of all substrates • Low paper dust and ink piling • Excellent resistance to excess-pressure (wrap-arounds,
web changes, edge cuts, etc.) • Low tendancy for heat-build up (good stability of
the ink/water balance) up to 70,000 cylinder revolutions per hour • Excellent compression set (extraordinary absorbing capacity of cylinder bounce, press specific
vibrations and press wear) • Low energy loss in the time, extended service life
• Constant print quality on the total print width • Constant web feed properties
(True-Rolling) • Minimum residual elongation • High dimensional and register
stability, also on double-round heatset webs • Minimum gauge loss (0.03 mm
max.) • Constant web feed • No sinking at the cylinder gap, maximum print
length
tivity and reduce costs, while maintaining a very high standard of print quality.
This pressure pushes production speeds and press widths to new limits, which
in turn place heightened demands on both the press operators and the consumable process materials.
At the same time, in a period when print demand and press utilisation are in many
cases atypically low, printers are exploring new ways to ensure an acceptable
return on their machine investment. The production of magazines, catalogues
and similar products on coldset presses – often using one of a variety of drying
technologies – is one example of this trend, as are all other forms of „semicommercial“ printing. 311 35: a new roller compound to meet new challenges
The development of this web offset inking roller compound was driven by the
following main parameters: • The compound sets new standards with regard
to elasticity in high-speed printing applications. The benefits for the printer are
cooler-running rollers and reduced energy consumption. The ink/water balance
is more stable and there is a significant reduction in the level of misting and
toning. The compound’s dynamic properties support programmes to reduce
the level of alcohol in heatset printing or even waterless web offset printing. •
The compound is extremely resistant to the detrimental effects on rubber which
sometimes accompany the use of modern news inks. This shows as enhanced
dimensional stability on press. On commercial webs, the compound offers excellent long-term shrink resistance in heatset inks, keeping roller hardness and
with it the printing process parameters more consistent over a longer period
of time. • For all applications where both heatset and coldset inks are in use,
whether simultaneously in different parts of the press or in an alternating mode,
the well-balanced chemical and physical make-up of the rubber make 311 35 an
ideal choice.
Inking Roller for Sheetfed Offset Printing
For Alternate Use of UV and Conventional Printing Inks
Böttcher-Grades: 171 25; 471 38; 375 38; 376 38
Chemical conditions in the printing process
Inking Roller for Web Offset Printing
During service a rubber roller gets into contact with different media, such as
printing ink and washing solution, and the roller covering has to be adjusted to
these media. Materials for conventional printing for example, are characterised
by excellent resistance against conventional inks, but exhibit swelling with UV
inks. Vice versa, materials for pure UV printing are heavily attacked by media
for conventional printing. This may lead to geometrical alterations of the roller
and consequently to printing problems.
Böttcher-Grades: 311 35
The challenge
Modern web offset printing is driven by incessant pressure to increase produc-
The change-over from UV- to conventional inks, two completely different types
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of media, places highly specialised chemical demands on the material. Four
special materials have been developed for this application, which are characterised by the following: • good resistance against conventional, oil- based inks
• high resistance against UV inks • very good dynamics behaviour of compounds
471 38 and 376 38, allowing application in web offset (compound 375 38 should
be used only in sheetfed offset or web offset with paper speed less than 300 m
/ min).
• suitable for UV printing as well • effective prevention of foam • increased conductivity per % input: 480 µS/cm • density 1.05 (kg/l)
Due to the special formulation, common problems like heavy ink mists, poor
washability, faulty ink transport (particularly after ink changes), sticky roller surfaces - which are often concomitant with dual purpose printing - are avoided.
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Cleaning
The use of aggressive cleaning agents may lead to a considerable reduction of
the service life of rollers. During the development of different Böttcher cleaning
agents it is ensured, that no damages to the roller will occur. When other media come into contact with roller coverings, Böttcher will perform free chemical
resistance tests.
Ink changes
Special advise for ink changes is given in the product information sheet „Roller
covering - conventional and UV drying inks“ published by Böttcher.
As a matter of principle, one has to take into account that the service life of roller
coverings which are used alternately for UV and conventionally drying inks is
shorter than that of rollers used solely for conventionally drying inks. In order to
ensure an optimum service life despite this circumstance, we recommend to run
in new rollers with conventional inks first.
Damping (water) solutions and additives
BöttcherFount 3012
BöttcherFount S-3012 is classified and marked in accordance with EC-Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version. BöttcherFount S-3012 is not a dangerous
good in the sense of national and international transport regulations (GGVSE ADR/RID, GGVSee - IMDG).
BöttcherFount H-2003
Fountain Solution Additive
Uses
BöttcherFount H-2003 is a fountain solution additive for heatset and continuous
form printing, particularly for strong alcohol reduction respectively for alcoholfree printing.
• very stable ink-/water-balance • reduced water pick-up of the ink, therefore
higher ink density obtained • fast re-starts and stable printing for long runs • for
conventional and continuous dampening systems • use at a concentration of 2
- 3 % • for alcohol reduction, IPA-percentage under 5 % or for IPA-free printing •
for water hardness 5 - 15° dH (total hardness) • pH-value 5.0 - 5.2 (according to
water hardness) • reduced calcium deposits on ink rollers • minimises build-up
of paper dust and ink on the blanket in the printed area • reduced ink feed-back
into the dampening system • reduced ink misting • effective prevention of foam
Application
Fountain Solution Additive
Uses
BöttcherFount S-3012 is a fountain solution additive for sheetfed offset. For soft
and hard water.
Characteristics
• standard dosage 2 - 3 % • for IPA-reduction to 6 - 8 % • very stable ink-/water
balance • reduced and stable water pick up of the ink, therefore higher ink densities obtained • fast restarts and stable printing for long runs • for conventional
and film dampening systems • good printing plate protection • for water hardness
0 - 25° dH (total hardness) • pH-value 4.9 - 5.2 (according to water hardness)
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Before applying BöttcherFount S-3012, the fountain system must be completely
emptied and cleaned thoroughly, preferably using BöttcherPro Hydroclean. Use
BöttcherPro Calcit as a re-hardener for Ro and soft water.
Characteristics
Service life of printing rollers
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emptied and cleaned, preferably with BöttcherPro Hydroclean. Use BöttcherPro
Calcit as a re-hardener for RO and soft water.
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BöttcherFount H-2003 is classified according to ECDirective 88/379/EWG - in its
latest version. BöttcherFount H-2003 is not a dangerous good in the sense of
national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID, GGVSee IMDG).
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BöttcherFount H-2010
Fountain Solution Additive
paper dust and ink on the blanket • no ink feedback into fountain solution • no
foaming • corrosion inhibited
Uses
Application
BöttcherFount H-2010 is a fountain solution additive for heatset and continuous
form printing, also for alcohol reduction and for medium and hard water.
Before applying BöttcherFount N-1004, the fountain system must be completely
emptied and cleaned thoroughly. Do not mix with other fountain solutions.
Characteristics
Approvals
• very stable ink-/water-balance • reduced water pick-up of the ink, therefore
higher ink density obtained • fast re-starts and stable printing for long runs • for
conventional and continuous dampening systems • use at a concentration of 2
- 3 % • for alcohol reduction, IPA-percentage 6 - 8 % • suitable for UV inks in
continuous form printing • for water hardness 4 - 20° dH (total hardness) • pHvalue 4.2 – 4.6 (according to water hardness) • reduced calcium deposits on ink
rollers • minimises build-up of paper dust and ink on the blanket in the printed
area • reduced ink misting • effective prevention of foam • density 1.12 (g/cm³)
BöttcherFount N-1004 meets the requirements of the press manufacturers’ „Corrosion Certificate of Fountain Solution Additive“.
Application
BöttcherFount N-1004 G
Before applying BöttcherFount H-2010, the fountain system must be completely
emptied and cleaned, preferably with BöttcherPro Hydroclean. Use BöttcherPro
Calcit as a re-hardener for RO and soft water.
Fountain Solution Additive
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BöttcherFount H-2010 is classified according to EC-Directive 88/379/EWG - in
its latest version. BöttcherFount H-2010 is not a dangerous good in the sense of
national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID, GGVSee IMDG).
BöttcherFount N-1004
Fountain Solution Additive
Uses
BöttcherFount N-1004 is a fountain solution additive for newspaper printing.
Characteristics
• for all types of presses and dampening units including spray bars • quick and
stable ink-/water-balance and reduced ink emulsifying • reduction in water setting • reduced water pick-up of the ink, therefore high ink density • drier copy,
improving post press operations • clean, quick re-starts of the printing plate •
reduced build-up of ink on dampening rollers • for water hardness 5 - 20° dH
(total hardness) • dosage range 2 - 3 % volume, standard dosage 2.5 % volume
• pH-value 4.8 to 5.2 (depending on water hardness) • no sticky residue on the
blanket • increased conductivity per % input: 430 µS/cm • reduced build-up of
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BöttcherFount N-1004 is classified according to EC-Directive 88/379/EWG - in
its latest version. BöttcherFount N-1004 is not dangerous good in the sense of
national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID, GGVSee IMDG).
Uses
BöttcherFount N-1004 G is a fountain solution additive for newspaper printing
with effective plate protection and improved wetting.
Characteristics
• for all types of presses and dampening units including spray bars • quick and
stable ink-/water-balance and reduced ink emulsifying • reduction in water setting • reduced water pick-up of the ink, therefore high ink density • drier copy,
improving post press operations • clean, quick re-starts of the printing plate •
reduced build-up of ink on dampening rollers • for water hardness 5 - 20° dH
(total hardness) • dosage range 2 - 3 % volume, standard dosage 2.5 % volume • pH-value 4.8 to 5.2 (depending on water hardness) • no sticky residue on
the blanket • increased conductivity per % input: 430 μS/cm • reduced build-up
of paper dust and ink on the blanket • no ink feedback into fountain solution •
reduced foaming • corrosion inhibited
Application
Before applying BöttcherFount N-1004 G, the fountain system must be completely emptied and cleaned thoroughly. Do not mix with other fountain solutions.
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of national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID, GGVSee
- IMDG).
BöttcherFount S-3004
Fountain Solution Additive for Alcohol Reduction
Uses
BöttcherFount S-3004 is a fountain solution additive for sheetfed printing and
for continuous form printing, particularly for alcohol reduction and alcohol-free
printing.
Characteristics
Characteristics
• plate protection during press stops • very stable ink-/water-balance • reduced
water pick-up of the ink, therefore higher ink densities obtained • fast start-up and
stable printing for long runs • for conventional and continuous dampening systems • use at a concentration of 2 - 3 % • for alcohol reduction, IPA-percentage
6 - 8 % • for water hardness 4 - 25° dH (total hardness) • pH-value 4.5 – 4.8
(acc. to water hard¬ness) • suitable for UV printing • reduced calcium deposits
on ink rollers • minimises build-up of paper dust and ink on the blanket in printed
area • effective prevention of foam • no problems with copper rollers • corrosion inhibited • reduced piling in non-sheet areas of blanket • approved by press
manufacturers
• standard dosage 2 -3 % • for IPA reduction, dosage range 0 - 4 % • pH-value
4.8 - 5.0 (depending on water hard-ness) • suitable for water hardness 4 - 20° dH
(total hardness) • minimises build-up on the blanket and on the impression cylinder • minimises ink feedback and build-up on damping rollers • fast re-starts and
stable printing for long runs • compatible with rubber qualities used on damping
rollers • effective plate protection - prevents oxidation and tinting during press
stops and re-starts • suitable for CTP plates, metal and polyester • suitable for
mineral and vegetable oil based inks, and UV, metallic and gold inks • density
1.11 kg/l increased conductivity per % input: 560 µS/cm
Application
Application
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Before applying BöttcherFount S-3004, the fount circulation system must be
emptied and cleaned thoroughly with water and a cleaner such as BöttcherPro
Hydroclean.
BöttcherFount S-3010 is classified according to EC-Directive 88/379/EWG - in
its latest version. BöttcherFount S-3010 is not a dangerous good in the sense of
national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/RID, GGVSee IMDG).
Note
Before applying BöttcherFount S-3010, the fountain system must be completely
emptied and cleaned, preferably using BöttcherPro Hydroclean. Use BöttcherPro Calcit as a re-hardener for RO and soft water.
Approvals
BöttcherFount S-3010 meets the requirements of the „Corrosion Certificate of
Fountain Solution Additive“, approved by press manufacturers, FOGRA and
MPA.
The more the Isopropyl alcohol content is reduced, the easier it is for dirt to
accumulate in the fount circulation system. Therefore, we recommend the fount
solution to be changed regularly, e. g. at least every two weeks.
BöttcherFount S-3010+
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Uses
BöttcherFount S-3004 is classified according to EC-Directive 88/379/EWG - in
its latest version. It is not a dangerous good in the sense of national and international transport regulations (GGVSE - ADR/ RID, GGVSee - IMDG).
BöttcherFount S-3010+ is a fountain solution additive for sheetfed offset and
continuous form printing.
BöttcherFount S-3010
• use at a concentration of 2 - 3 % • for IPA-reduction to 6 - 8 % • very stable ink/water-balance • reduced water pick-up of the ink, therefore higher ink densities
obtained • fast start-up and stable printing for long runs • for water hardness 5
- 20° dH (total hardness) • pH-value 4.8 - 5.0 (depending on water hardness) •
reduced calcium deposits on ink rollers • suitable for UV and Hybrid inks as well
as special inks containing metallic pigments • corrosion inhibited • minimises
build-up of paper dust and ink on the blanket • suitable for CTP plates • effec-
Fountain Solution Additive for Hard Water
Uses
BöttcherFount S-3010 is a fountain solution additive for sheetfed offset and continuous form printing. Particularly for hard water.
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Characteristics
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tive plate protection during press stops • suitable for copper rollers • increased
conductivity per % input: 420 μS/cm • density 1.10 (kg/l)
Note
Before applying BöttcherFount S-3010+, the fountain system must be completely
emptied and cleaned thoroughly, preferably using BöttcherPro Hydroclean. Use
BöttcherPro Calcit as a re-hardener for RO and soft water.
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BöttcherFount S-3010+ is classified according to EC-Directive 199/45/EC- in its
latest version- and does not need to be marked. BöttcherFount S-3010+ is not a
dangerous good in the sense of national and international transport regulations
(GGVSE - ADR/RID, GGVSee - IMDG).
BöttcherFount S-3011
Fountain Solution Additive for Hard Water And CTP Plates
Uses
BöttcherFount S-3011 is a fountain solution additive for sheetfed offset and continuous form printing.
Characteristics
• improved plate protection during press stops • very stable ink-/water-balance •
very suitable for CTP plates • reduced water pick-up of the ink, therefore higher
ink densities obtained • increased plate protection • suitable for metal pigment
inks • fast start-up after machine standstill • for conventional and continuous
dampening units • use at a concentration of 2 % • minimises build-up of paper
dust and ink on the blanket in printed area • for alcohol reduction, IPA-percentage
6 - 8 % • for water hardness 4 - 30° dH (total hardness) • pH-value 4.2 - 4.5
(according to water hardness) • no problem with copper rollers • suitable for UV
printing • reduced calcium deposits on ink rollers • effective prevention of foam
• reduced piling in non-sheet areas of blanket
Application
Before applying BöttcherFount S-3011, the fountain system must be completely
emptied and cleaned, preferably with BöttcherPro Hydroclean. Use BöttcherPro
Calcit as a re-hardener for RO and soft water.
Sleeves
Böttcher impression roller sleeve means all from a single source. Both the covering and the base sleeve are developed and produced at Böttcher. The well
proved Böttcher rubber and polyurethane (PU) compounds are used for sleeve
covering. Glass fibre (GFK) or carbon fibre (CFK) reinforced plastics are used
for the construction of the base sleeves. Both conventional impression roller
sleeves, for printing without ESA, as well as sleeves for ESA printing are available. Production facilities are available for the most usual conical sleeve sizes,
e.g. SHM-System.
- Wide range of coverings with different grades of hardness (40 Shore A – 95
Shore A) - Covering and carrier sleeve from a single source - Sleeves for all
common ESA systems - Conventional impression roller sleeves, including electrically conductive sleeves (antistatic) - Grinding service - Production facilities
for the current sleeve sizes - Technical application department as support for
the choice of the right sleeve
Böttcher impression rollers
Böttcher offers a wide range of roller coverings for both conventional (without
ESA) and ESA printing with current ESA systems. Böttcher coverings have been
used successfully in illustration, packaging and decorative printing since many
years. Classical rubber compounds as well as polyurethane compounds (PU)
are available. The wide range of compounds offers the correct solution for different applications and print substrates, beginning with foils in the production of
flexible packages beyond different grades of paper thru cardboard in the production of folded boxes or composite materials for the production of e.g. liquid
packaging boards (LPG).
- Wide range of coverings with different grades of hardness (40 Shore A – 95
Shore A) - Coverings for all current ESA systems - Conventional impression
roller coverings, including electrically conductive compounds (antistatic) for Atex
conforming coverings - Grinding service - Technical application department as
support for the choice of the most suitable roller covering
Rollers and belts for image transfer in digital printing
Image transfer
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its latest version. BöttcherFount S-3011 is not a dangerous good in the sense of
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Components for oprimal image transfer
Defect free and extremely fine surfaces with good toner take-up and delivery
characteristics with an electrical conductivity matched accurately to the technical
requirement: these are the requirements for components to give optimal image
transfer.
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With polyurethane elastomers, rubber formulations and high performance plastic
materials from Böttcher, you select World Class materials which support your
machines optimally within this critical function.
Grinding on production lines in air-conditioned environments and coating lines
in clean room areas, enable us to produce high quality products. This leads
to solutions which prevent transfer defects and thus contribute to an improved
image quality of your digital printing engines.
Rollers and belts for image transfer in digital printing systems
• Seamless belts from high performance polymers • Seamless belts with elastomer coatings • PUR and rubber rollers with defined electrical properties • Tailor
made compounds for electro-photographic printing systems for - Image transfer
- Image development - Image transfuse
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The appropriate InkStop sleeve is selected for the specific diameter and length
of the guide roller to be coated, allowing for slight overmeasure in all directions.
The sleeve is then pulled over the roller and shrunk to fit the roller core with a
hot-air blower. Shrink-fitting can be performed by our sales and service centres
or at the user’s printing facility.
For users who wish to shrink-fit sleeves themselves, Böttcher offers a specially
designed shrink-fitting unit that facilitates handling and minimizes the risk of
creasing and bubble formation. This enables customers to eliminate the transport operations and waiting times required for off-premises coating without sacrificing quality.
Roller coverings
Böttcher InkStop
Fluoroplastic Sleeves
Path Rollers
Web guide or path rollers are an important and often critical component of every newspaper press. They have a direct impact on print quality and require a
considerable amount of cleaning and maintenance time, very often in positions
that are difficult to access. Deposits of ink and paper residue on the path roller
lead not only to soiling of the print product itself but also to register problems
and creasing.
As the world’s leading producer of elastomer-covered rollers for the newspaper
printing industry, Böttcher has carried out extensive research on these problems
and invested substantially in the development of new types of surface coatings
and processing methods. These anti-adhesive surface coatings minimize ink
set-off, make the removal of ink deposits much easier and extend cleaning intervals. In light of the increasing use of colour and the substitution of spot colours
in 4C newspaper printing – which inevitably results in higher ink coverage –
Böttcher path roller coatings can make a significant contribution to cost-reduction
and the improvement of print quality.
Fluoroplastic Sleeves
Brush Roller
For ‘flying splice’ reel changes Web Offset Printing
Application
All reel stands designed for “flying splice“ reel changes.
No restrictions with regard to running speed or reel
width.
Function
The brush autopaster roller’s fine, highly elastic bristles
ensure even pressure across the complete reel width. The fine, soft brush creates a broad splicing nip, avoiding localised over- or underpressure and roller
bounce.
Low tensile stress on the paper web
A special treatment process gives the bristle tips excellent flexibility and minimizes the load on the paper web during splices.
Secure reel replacement
Böttcher InkStop fluoride-plastic shrink sleeves are designed for use as coatings for path rollers. By virtue of their specific surface chemistry, these sleeves
have very strong anti- adhesive properties and thus inhibit the formation of ink
deposits.
Because InkStop sleeves are highly resistant to aggressive media, exposure
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to printing inks and chemicals commonly used in the printing industry poses
no significant problems. Due to their excellent temperature resistance, InkStop
sleeves can be used in environments with operating temperatures up to 200°C.
Even when exposed to high physical stress, the sleeve retains sufficient strength
at temperatures as high as 100 – 120°C. The sleeves have a uniform light-blue
surface, which facilitates the recognition of initial ink build-up.
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The use of highest quality core materials in conjunction with a sophisticated
balancing process ensures maximum reliability even on the broadest heatset
and gravure presses.
Long life
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The roller is not subject to dimensional instability and/or loss of mechanical properties such as elasticity due to ageing. Its surface cannot be damaged by paper
edges, knife cuts, etc. The cores are re-coverable, optimizing the return on your
investment, though experience has shown that in practice this roller will significantly outlast existing autopaster rollers.
For the purpose of achieving the best possible surface for Rilsan-Rollers, specialised, ultra-modern surface machining equipment is available. This is the
only way to achieve particularly high standards with regard to surface roughness, concentricity and cylindricity. Concentricity: 0.01 mm Cylindricity: 0.01
mm
Wide Format Inkjet roller for print media transport
Profiles for Better Ink Transfer
Precise motion of print media – up to 8 m web width
The favourable characteristics of Rilsan-Rollers can be even increased by producing special profiles, such as diamond or line profiles, grooves. Additionally,
Rilsan is also suitable for laser and mechanical engraving. It is also possible to
manufacture screen rollers for flexographic printing.
Safe and precise transport of the print media to the print
head module is a must for stable printing quality. Wide
Format Inkjet rollers from Böttcher guarantee highest
friction stability and precise web guidance, even with
the largest digital printing formats, for the whole life span of the machine. Our
special EPDM formulations also effectively prevent blooming.
This is our contribution to greater process stability and improved print quality in
the Wide Format Inkjet market that makes us the preferred development partner
of major equipment manufacturers.
Rollers for media transport in Wide Format Ink-Jet Printing
• Böttcher-engineered rubber compounds, tailor made for your requirements •
Excellent and stable coefficient of friction • Precise media transport • Tight tolerance rollers even for super wide formats • Roller-competence in one hand:
development, compounding, and manufacturing
Due to their high ageing stability and excellent resistance against abrasion, combined with very good adhesion to the metal core, Rilsan-Rollers have a very high
service life.
Chemical Resistance
Rilsan-Rollers excel with outstanding resistance against contact media. This offers considerable advantages as compared to copper rollers: no oxidation when
coming into touch with contact media; no change in the roller surface qualities.
Rollers and belts for image transfer in digital printing
Image transfer
Components for optimal image transfer
Rilsan-Roller
Böttcher-Grades: 769 00 Colour: grey-transparent
Defect free and extremely fine surfaces with good toner take-up and delivery
characteristics with an electrical conductivity matched accurately to the technical
requirement: these are the requirements for components to give optimal image
transfer.
Metered Ink Film
In offset printing, the ink rollers have to apply a thin film
of ink in a certain dosage to the printing plate. Therefore, particularly high demands are applied to metering
rollers. The Rilsan-Roller by Böttcher meets all these
requirements.
With polyurethane elastomers, rubber formulations and high performance plastic
materials from Böttcher, you select World Class materials which support your
machines optimally within this critical function.
Excellent Ink Receptiveness
Due to their chemical composition, Rilsan-Rollers are characterised by a distinctly favourable behaviour towards ink. This characteristic warrants good ink
recipient and ink delivery behaviour and thus a defined transport of ink to the
printing plate. These characteristics remain unaltered of course, when UV-inks
are used.
Precise, Sophisticated Manufacture
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Grinding on production lines in air-conditioned environments and coating lines
in clean room areas, enable us to produce high quality products. This leads
to solutions which prevent transfer defects and thus contribute to an improved
image quality of your digital printing engines.
Rollers and belts for image transfer in digital printing systems
• Seamless belts from high performance polymers • Seamless belts with elastomer coatings • PUR and rubber rollers with defined electrical properties • Tailor
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made compounds for electro-photographic printing systems for - Image transfer
- Image development - Image transfuse
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Suitable for use in automatic cleaning units in newspaper presses, specifically
designed for use in filtration systems.
Characteristics
Roller washing and treatment solutions
Böttcherin 100
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
Uses
Cleaning agent for blankets and rollers. It is suitable for both manual cleaning
and use in automatic washing systems. Particularly suitable for use in newspaper printing.
Characteristics
• based on aliphatic hydrocarbons • high flash point, therefore easier storage •
water miscible, free of aromatics, corrosion inhibited • increased cleaning effect
• very slow evaporation • due to highly effective emulsifying system, increased
wetting of the surfaces • to be removed with water, leaving no residue • reduces stick of paper web on blanket • VOC-free (according to VOC guidelines
of Switzerland as well)
• based on aliphatic hydrocarbons • high flash point, therefore easier storage
• temporarily water miscible, free of aromatics, corrosion inhibited • increased
cleaning effect • due to highly effective emulsifying system, excellent for removing paper dust • designed for use in filtration systems, effective particularly in
newspaper printing • very low evaporation and high washing performance, nonpolluting • VOC-free
Recycling
Böttcherin 100-F is developed for recycling after having passed a filtration unit.
For this reason, a particular medium ensures that the emulsion from water and
Böttcherin 100-F will totally separate after a short time. Do not contaminate
with white spirit or other washes or press room chemicals, if using in filtration
systems. Use pre-filtering of return waste if excessive paper is dust present.
For effective filtration, ensure minimum environment temperature is above 20
°C.
Regularly clean the circulation systems to reduce algae build up. Use BöttcherPro Calcit as a re-hardener for RO and soft water.
Application
We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin 100 performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin 100
undiluted or mixed with water. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then finally
rinse with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
Approvals
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Marking
Approvals
Böttcherin 100-F is approved by the manufacturers Heidelberg, MAN, Koenig &
Bauer, Oxy-Dry, WIFAG Technotrans and Betz for use in their machines.
Böttcherin 100-F is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version. Böttcherin 100-F is not a dangerous good in
the sense of national and international transport regulations.
Böttcherin 100 is approved by the manufacturers Heidelberg, MAN, Koenig &
Bauer, Baldwin, Oxy-Dry and WIFAG for use in their machines.
Böttcherin 100-F WEB
Marking
Uses
Böttcherin 100 is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive 1999/45/EC
- in its latest version. Böttcherin 100 is not a dangerous good in the sense of
national and international transport regulations.
Suitable for use in automatic cleaning units in newspaper presses, specifically
designed for use in filtration systems.
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
Characteristics
Böttcherin 100-F
• based on aliphatic hydrocarbons • high flash point, therefore easier storage
• temporarily water miscible, free of aromatics, corrosion inhibited • increased
cleaning effect • very good wetting of brush rollers, therefore no spraying during
cleaning process • emulsifying performance designed for washing units (espe-
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
Uses
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cially for Rotoclean) • designed for use in filtration systems • very low evaporation
and high washing performance, non-polluting • VOC-free
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Recycling
Approvals
Böttcherin 100-F WEB is developed for recycling after having passed a filtration
unit. For this reason, a particular medium ensures that the emulsion from water
and Böttcherin 100-F WEB will totally separate after a short time.
Böttcherin 60 is approved by the manufacturers Heidelberg, MAN, Koenig &
Bauer, Baldwin, and WIFAG for use in their machines.
Do not contaminate with white spirit or other washes or press room chemicals,
if using in filtration systems. Use pre-filtering of return waste if excessive paper
dust is present. For effective filtration, ensure minimum room temperature is
above 20 °C. Regularly clean the circulation systems to reduce algae build up.
Use BöttcherPro Calcit as a re-hardener for RO and soft water to improve the
separation process.
Böttcherin 60 is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive 1999/45/EC
- in its latest version. Böttcherin 60 is not a dangerous good in the sense of national and international transport regulations.
Approval
Uses
Böttcherin 100-F WEB is approved by MAN, Wifag, Technotrans and Rotoclean
for use in their machines.
Suitable for use in automatic cleaning units in sheetfed presses, specifically designed for use in filtration systems.
Marking
Characteristics
Böttcherin 100-F WEB is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version. Böttcherin 100-F WEB is not as a dangerous
good in the sense of national and international transport regulations.
Böttcherin 60
• based on aliphatic hydrocarbons • flash point > 62 °C • temporarily water miscible, free of aromatics, corrosion inhibited • increased cleaning effect • designed
for use in filtration systems, effective particularly in sheetfed presses • low evaporation and high washing performance • environmentally friendly
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
Recycling
Uses
Böttcherin 60-F is developed for recycling after having passed a filtration unit.
For this reason, a particular medium ensures that the emulsion from water and
Böttcherin 60-F will totally separate after a short time.
Cleaning agent for cleaning printing blankets and rollers in sheetfed and newspaper presses. It is suitable for both manual cleaning and use in automatic
installations in sheetfed offset.
Characteristics
• based on aliphatic hydrocarbons • flash point > 62 °C • water miscible, free of
aromatics, corrosion inhibited • good cleaning power • slow evaporation • good
wetting of the roller and blanket surfaces through the inclusion of highly effective
emulsifiers • to be removed with water, leaving no residues
Marking
Böttcherin 60-F
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
Do not contaminate with white spirit or other washes or press room chemicals,
if using in filtration systems. Use pre-filtering of return waste if excessive paper
dust is present. For effective filtration, ensure minimum environment temperature is above 20 °C.
Regularly clean the circulation systems to reduce algae build up. Use BöttcherPro Calcit as a re-hardener for RO and soft water.
Approvals
Application
We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin 60 performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin 60 undiluted or mixed with water. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then finally
rinse with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
Böttcherin 60-F is approved by Heidelberg, MAN, Koenig & Bauer, Oxy-Dry,
Technotrans and Betz for use in their machines.
Marking
Böttcherin 60-F is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive 1999/45/EC
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
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- in its latest version. Böttcherin 60-F is not a dangerous good in the sense of
national and international transport regulations.
Cleaning agent for cleaning printing blankets and rollers. Particularly suitable
for automatic roller and blanket cleaning units in sheetfed printing.
Böttcherin 60-F WEB
Characteristics
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
• based on aliphatic hydrocarbons • flash point > 62 °C • water miscible, free of
aromatics, corrosion inhibited • increased cleaning effect • due to highly effective
emulsifying system, increased wetting of the surfaces • to be removed with water,
leaving no residue • slow evaporation • very good draining behaviour in the pipes
and reservoirs of blanket washing units • therefore enlarged cleaning intervals
of the washing unit
Uses
Suitable for use in automatic cleaning units in newspaper presses, specifically
designed for use in filtration systems.
Characteristics
• based on aliphatic hydrocarbons • flash point > 62 °C • temporarily water miscible, free of aromatics, corrosion inhibited • very good wetting of brush rollers,
therefore no spraying during cleaning process • emulsifying performance designed for washing units (especially for Rotoclean) • increased cleaning effect •
designed for use in filtration systems, effective particularly in newspaper presses
• low evaporation and high washing performance • environmentally friendly
Recycling
Böttcherin 60-F WEB is developed for recycling after having passed a filtration
unit. For this reason, a particular medium ensures that the emulsion from water
and Böttcherin 60-F WEB will totally separate after a short time.
Do not contaminate with white spirit or other washes or press room chemicals,
if using in filtration systems. Use pre-filtering of return waste if excessive paper
dust is present. For effective filtration, ensure minimum environment temperature is above 20 °C.
Regularly clean the circulation systems to reduce algae build up. Use BöttcherPro Calcit as a re-hardener for RO and soft water.
Application
We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin 6003 performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin 6003
undiluted or mixed with water. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then finally
rinse with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Approvals
Böttcherin 6003 is approved by Heidelberg, MAN, Koenig & Bauer and Baldwin
for use in their machines.
Marking
Böttcherin 6003 classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive 1999/45/EC
- in its latest version. Böttcherin 6003 is not a dangerous good in the sense of
national and international transport regulations.
Approval
Böttcherin 6004
Böttcherin 60-F WEB is approved by MAN, Koenig & Bauer, Technotrans and
Rotoclean for use in their machines.
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
Marking
Cleaning agent for cleaning printing blankets and rollers. Particularly suitable
for automatic roller and blanket cleaning units in sheetfed printing.
Böttcherin 60-F WEB classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version. Böttcherin 60-F WEB is not a dangerous good
in the sense of national and international transport regulations.
Böttcherin 6003
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
Uses
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Uses
Characteristics
• based on aliphatic hydrocarbons • flash point > 62 °C • water miscible, free of
aromatics, corrosion inhibited • increased cleaning effect • due to highly effective
emulsifying system, increased wetting of the surfaces • to be removed with water,
leaving no residue • no droplet formation at the tail edge of the plate • slow
evaporation • very good draining behaviour in the pipes and reservoirs of blanket
washing units • therefore enlarged cleaning intervals of the washing unit
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Application
We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin 6004 performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin 6004
undiluted or mixed with water. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then finally
rinse with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Approvals
where dried-on water-based varnish is on anilox rollers, use Böttcherin Aquasol
undiluted and rinse with water.
Note
Wear protective gloves and approved personal eye protection during application,
follow all press safety instructions.
Marking
Böttcherin Aquasol is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version.
Böttcherin 6004 is approved by Heidelberg, MAN and Koenig & Bauer for use in
their machines.
Böttcherin C-29
Marking
Uses
Böttcherin 6004 classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive 1999/45/EC
- in its latest version. Böttcherin 6004 is not a dangerous good in the sense of
national and international transport regulations.
Cleaning agent for cleaning of rollers and blankets. It is suitable for both manual
cleaning and use in automatic washing systems in both sheetfed and coldset
web offset presses.
Böttcherin Aquasol
Characteristics
Wash for Water-Based Flexographic Printing Inks and Varnishes
• based on aliphatic hydrocarbons • flash point > 100 °C • water miscible, free of
aromatics, corrosion inhibited • very good cleaning power • very slow evaporation • spontaneously emulsifying with water • for manual cleaning of newspaper
presses it should be mixed with water (water/Böttcherin 2:1) • no build-up of
drops or stripes on blanket and roller • low viscosity, no slipping of ink rollers •
compatible to materials in the press • VOC free (according to VOC guidelines of
Switzerland as well)
Uses
Flexographic Printing It is suitable for both manual cleaning and for use in automatic washing systems for anilox rollers, ink pumps and chambered doctor
blade systems.
Sheetfed Offset Printing Wash for manual cleaning in varnish units for anilox
rollers and chambered doctor blade systems to remove water based varnish.
Characteristics
• water based alkaline cleaner • water miscible, free of aromatics, corrosion
inhibited for aluminium • good dissolving performance for water-based flexographic printing inks and varnishes • economic in use • non foaming in washing
systems • good chemical compatibility with flexo sleeves and flexo plates
Application
Flexographic Printing When manual cleaning, use Böttcherin Aquasol undiluted
on a hand rag. Apply to the surface to be cleaned and then wipe off with a
water-damped rag. In cases where dried-on flexographic printing ink is on anilox
rollers, use Böttcherin Aquasol undiluted and rinse with water.
Sheetfed Offset Printing To clean the colour/varnish circulating system and chambered doctor blades, apply a solution of 1 part Böttcherin Aquasol with 20 parts
water. Exposure time 5 to 10 minutes, wash down with fresh water. In cases
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Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
Application
Because of slow evaporation, we recommend setting the washing system to
optimise the cleaning cycle and Böttcherin C-29 performance. In case of manual
cleaning, use Böttcherin C-29 undiluted. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller,
then finally rinse with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been
removed.
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Approval
Böttcherin C-29 is approved by the manufacturers Heidelberg, MAN, Koenig &
Bauer and Baldwin for use in their machines.
Marking
Böttcherin C-29 is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive 1999/45/EC
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- in its latest version. Böttcherin C-29 is not a dangerous good in the sense of
national and international transport regulations.
and of acetone
Böttcherin EG-20
Depending on the degree of dirtying, the dampening rollers should be cleaned
occasionally with Böttcherin FR-1000. With the press stationary, apply Böttcherin
FR-1000 with a cloth on the dampening rollers and wipe clean.
De-Glazer
Uses
Böttcherin EG-20 is a special wash for the occasional cleaning of blankets. Applied manually, Böttcherin EG-20 removes solid and ingrained residues.
Application
Note
Wear protective gloves during application. Follow all press safety procedures.
Characteristics
Marking
• high ink dissolving performance • cleans pores of blanket surface • removes
glazing of printing blankets • extends the cleaning period and shortens lead times
• evaporates quickly • free of aromatics • non water miscible
Böttcherin FR-1000 is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version.
Böttcherin HS
Application
Böttcherin EG-20 should be applied to a cleaning rag and then wiped intensively
over the blanket surface. This procedure should be repeated, if ingrained dirt is
considerable.
Cleaning Agent for Ink Rollers and Blankets
Uses
Note
For use in automatic blanket washing systems in heatset presses. Also suitable
for manual cleaning of ink rollers.
Wear protective gloves during application.
Characteristics
Marking
• flash point > 110 °C • water miscible, corrosion inhibited • very slow evaporation,
low viscosity • economic in use • good cleaning power • excellent for removing
paper dust • lower explosion limit of 41.0 g/m³ at 20 °C
Böttcherin EG-20 is classified and marked in accordance with EC- Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version.
Application
Böttcherin FR-1000
Dampening Roller Cleaner
Uses
The dampening characteristics of modern continuous dampening units depend on the surface of the dampening rollers
and on their cleanliness. Especially in alcohol reduced printing, there is an increased build up of ink on the dampening
rollers which desensitizes their surfaces reducing their hydrophilic nature. Böttcherin FR-1000 is a special wash for removal of ink build-up on dampening pan rollers or dampening metering rollers
in continuous dampening systems.
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Approvals
Böttcherin HS is approved by the manufacturers Heidelberg, MAN, Koenig &
Bauer, Baldwin and Oxy-Dry for use in their machines.
Marking
Characteristics
• easily applicable because of user friendly 1-l-metal container • high ink dissolving power • no accumulation in the dampening water • non water miscible • fast
evaporating • fast wetting of dampening rollers after cleaning • free of aromatics
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We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin HS performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin HS
undiluted or mixed with water. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then finally
rinse with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
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Böttcherin Hybrid
It is suitable for both manual cleaning and use in automatic washing systems, if
printing with hybrid or conventional inks.
• ready-made emulsion for using in cleaning units without any additional water
supply requirement • based on a stable micro emulsion • flash point > 62 °C •
VOC-content < 75 % • low viscosity and good spray properties at the nozzles
of the cleaning unit • high cleaning effect • removes paper lint • good chemical
compatibility with conventional ink for rollers and blankets • not suitable for use
with UV rubber qualities (EPDM)
Characteristics
Application
• save on storage and in use, flash point > 130 °C • water miscible, free of
aromatics, corrosion inhibited • good dissolving power of hybrid and conventional
inks • slow evaporation • low odour • no residues, if removed with water • good
chemical compatibility with printing rollers and blankets for conventional printing
inks and dual purpose printing • not suitable for use in EPDM rollers • VOC-free
(according to VOC-guideline of Switzerland as well)
We recommend adjusting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin Lavanta performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin
Lavanta undiluted. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, and then finally rinse
with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
Uses
Application
Approvals
Böttcherin Lavanta is approved by the manufacturer MAN for use in his machines.
We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin Hybrid performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin Hybrid undiluted or diluted with water. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then
finally rinse with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
Marking
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Böttcherin Offset-UV
Approvals
Böttcherin Hybrid is approved by the manufacturers Heidelberg, MAN and KBAPlaneta for use in their machines.
Marking
Böttcherin Lavanta is classified and marked in accordance with EG-Directive
1999/45/EG - in its latest version. Böttcherin Lavanta is not a dangerous good
in the sense of national and international transport regulations.
Wash for Roller and Blankets in UV-Printing
Uses
It is suitable for both manual cleaning and use in automatic washing systems
(brush rollers) to remove UV inks.
Characteristics
Böttcherin Hybrid is classified according to EC -Directive 1999/45/EC - in its
latest version and does not need to be marked. Böttcherin Hybrid is not a dangerous good in the sense of national and international transport regulations.
• flash point > 80 °C • completely water miscible, free of aromatics, corrosion inhibited • high wash quality • slow evaporation • economical in use • good chemical compatibility with UV resistant rubber rollers and blankets • not suitable for
conventional roller qualities • may attack non baked positive plates
Böttcherin Lavanta
Application
Cleaning Agent for Rollers and Blankets
We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin Offset-UV performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin
Offset-UV undiluted. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then finally rinse
with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
Uses
Cleaning agent for automatic cleaning units in newspaper web offset presses
(coldset), specifically designed for spray cleaning units. Especially suitable for
cleaning units with a stable emulsion, e.g. Baldwin Impact®flex, Inventor Graphic,
Grafisk Team and Techniweb.
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Characteristics
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Approvals
Böttcherin Offset-UV is approved by the manufacturers Heidelberg and MAN for
use in their machines.
Marking
It is suitable for both manual cleaning and use in automatic washing systems
(cleaning web systems) to remove UV inks.
Characteristics
Böttcherin Offset-UV is classified according to EC -Directive 1999/45/EC - in its
latest version and does not need to be marked. Böttcherin Offset-UV is not a
dangerous good in the sense of national and international transport regulations.
• flash point > 62 °C • completely water miscible, free of aromatics, corrosion
inhibited • high wash quality • slow evaporation • economical in use • designed
for use in automatic washing systems (cleaning web systems) • good chemical compatibility with UV resistant printing rollers and blankets • not suitable for
conventional roller qualities • attacks non baked positive plates
Böttcherin Turbo
Application
Universal Cleaner for Ink and Oil Residues
We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin UV-60 S performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin
UV-60 S undiluted. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then finally rinse with
water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
Uses
Böttcherin Turbo is a water based neutral cleaner with a wide range of applications.
Characteristics
• based on effective cleaning substances, neutral pH-value • very good cleaning
power for ink residues, paper lint and dried-on fountain residues • particularly
efficient and economical • may directly be used in cleaning devices for turbo
dampening rollers • cleans brush washing rollers in blanket washing devices
effectively • simplifies the cleaning of paper lint and ink build-up on paper path
rollers • in newspaper presses easy and efficient cleaning of dampening rollers,
at the same time cleaning the ink rollers as well • to remove oil and ink residues
in the press
Application
Böttcherin Turbo is used undiluted. Apply manually or in dampening roller cleaning machines. After a short reaction time, flush off and rinse with clean water.
Brush dampening rollers are put into the undiluted Böttcherin Turbo. Leave to
take effect for 10 to 30 minutes and rinse with clean water several times.
Caution: Do not let ink and wash residues enter the sewage system.
Marking
Böttcherin Turbo is classified and marked in accord¬ance with EC - Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version. Böttcherin Turbo is not a dangerous good in
the sense of national and international transport regulations.
Böttcherin UV-60 S
Wash for Roller and Blankets in UV-Printing
Uses
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves and approved personal
eye protection during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Approvals
Böttcherin UV-60 S is approved by the manufacturers Heidelberg, MAN, KBAPlaneta and Baldwin for use in their machines.
Marking
Böttcherin UV-60 S is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version. Böttcherin UV-60 S is not a dangerous good
in the sense of national and international transport regulations.
Böttcherin UV-Elettra
Wash for Roller and Blankets in UV-Printing
Uses
It is suitable for both manual cleaning and use in automatic washing systems
(cleaning web systems) to remove UV inks. Specifically designed for use in
automatic washing systems of Elettra.
Characteristics
• flash point > 62 °C • completely water miscible, free of aromatics, corrosion
inhibited • high wash quality • slow evaporation • economical in use • designed
for use in automatic washing systems (cleaning web systems) • good chemical compatibility with UV resistant printing rollers and blankets • not suitable for
conventional roller qualities • attacks non baked positive plates
Application
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We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Böttcherin UV-Elettra performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Böttcherin
UV-Elettra undiluted. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then finally rinse
with water until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed. Follow
the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If manual
cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves and approved personal eye
protection during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Approvals
Böttcherin UV-Elettra is approved by the manufacturers MAN and KBA-Planeta
for use in their machines and by Elettra for use in their automatic washing systems.
Note
Wear protective gloves and approved personal eye protection during application.
Approval
BöttcherPro AR is approved by the manufacturer MAN as intensive cleaner for
use in their ink roller washing systems.
Marking
BöttcherPro AR is classified and marked in accordance with EC-Directive 1999/45/EC
- in its latest version. BöttcherPro AR is not a dangerous good in the sense of
the national and international transport regulations.
Feboclean BIO-3
Marking
Böttcherin UV-Elettra is classified and marked in accordance with EC - Directive
1999/45/EC - in its latest version. Böttcherin UV-Elettra is not a dangerous good
in the sense of national and international transport regulations.
Washing Agent for Inking Rollers and Blankets
Uses
Intensive Cleaning Agent
Washing agent for cleaning printing blankets, rollers and printing plates. It is
suitable for both manual cleaning and the use in automatic installations. Feboclean BIO-3 is not meant to wash roller coverings that are solely used for UV
printing (EPDM roller coverings).
Uses
Characteristics
For intensive cleaning of ink rollers and blankets at quick colour changes. It
is suitable for both manual cleaning and use in automatic ink roller washing
systems. Can also be used as general purpose pressroom cleaner for cleaning
press side frames, platforms, cabinets and path rollers.
• flash point > 170 °C • based on vegetable raw materials • water miscible, free
of aromatics, corrosion inhibited • very slow evaporation • excellent for removing
paper dust • VOC-free
BöttcherPro AR
Characteristics
• liquid, highly effective alkaline intensive cleaning agent • water miscible, free
of aromatics and CFC’s • deep-down cleaning of roller and blanket surfaces •
removes encrusted inks and other dirt • also suitable for removing UV and hybrid
inks • prevents glazing and polishing of the roller surfaces, if used regularly •
economic use • compatibility with rollers for UV printing and dual purpose printing
• may attack plates - spot checks required
Application
We recommend setting the washing system to optimise the cleaning cycle and
Feboclean BIO-3 performance. In case of manual cleaning, use Feboclean BIO3 undiluted. Apply the wash to the blanket or roller, then finally rinse with water
until all ink and cleaning agent residues have been removed.
Follow the automatic washing system manufacturers’ operating instructions. If
manual cleaning with a hand rag, wear protective gloves during application, follow all press safety instructions.
Approvals
Manual roller cleaning After a short pre-wash with a Böttcher roller wash, apply
BöttcherPro AR to the rollers and leave to take effect for several minutes, with
the printing machine running at idle speed. Rinse with the same Böttcher roller
wash used for pre-washing or with water. In stubborn cases, leave BöttcherPro
AR to take effect for a longer time.
Automatic roller cleaning After the standard wash program for roller cleaning,
start the program for colour change.
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Feboclean BIO-3 is approved by the manufacturers Heidelberg, MAN, Koenig &
Bauer, Baldwin and WIFAG for use in their machines.
Marking
Feboclean BIO-3 is classified according to EC -Directive 1999/45/EC - in its
latest version and does not need to be marked. Feboclean BIO-3 is not a dangerous good in the sense of national and international transport regulations.
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Cartiere Miliani Fabriano spa
Address
Via Pietro Miliani, 31/33
60044 Fabriano/AN
Italy
Phone
Security papers
05.1520
Book printing papers
Product Details
+39-07327021
Fax
05.1430
05.1180
Cartiere Miliani Fabriano spa
Fine papers and board
FINE ARTS PAPERS
+39-0732702333
Mould made papers for watercolour and printmaking. Fourdrinier made papers
for watercolour, acrylic, oil, pastel, drawing.
Internet address
http://www.cartieremilianifabriano.com
E-Mail
mail@cartieremilianifabriano.com
FELTMARKED AND LAID PAPERS
Stand
Hall 07.1, E03 (Page 1226)
Text and cover feltmarked papers as Murillo, Fabria and Rusticus. Laid papers
for luxury editions as CMF Ingres and Grifo.
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03/14/2008
Cartiere Miliani Fabriano spa
APPLICATIONS OF OUR PRODUCTS
During the period of the fair it is possible to see application of security features
(stripes and patches) produced from our branch FABRIANO SECURITIES on
FABRIANO security papers in the NewMec booth (M E39).
Woodfree printing paper, uncoated
Copy papers
COPY LINE
white and coloured copy papers, multipourpose (soft
calendered - ultra smooth) papers, recycled FSC copy
papers.
We wait for you in order to give all the solutions to your needs.
05.1300
Product Overview
Cartiere Miliani Fabriano spa
Laser printing papers
COPY LINE
05.1180
Fine papers and board
Eminence. Copy1, 2, 3, R, Bio, Life. Multip@per (multipurpose line), Copy Tinta
(coloured papers).
05.1230
Woodfree printing paper, uncoated
05.1430
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Copy papers
05.1300
Laser printing papers
Security papers
BANKNOTE & SECURITY PAPERS
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Banknote papers, cheque papers, sensitezed papers, DOVID (hologram) application, silk skreen print, watermarked papers.
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gram based on the ISO 12646 criteria (with recommended amendments) for
luminance and monitor uniformity.
Book printing papers
PALATINA
Smooth uncoated paper, ivory shade, good opacity. Made of 100% ECF pulp
and acid-free, buffered with alkaline reserve. Available in several substances
ranging from 70 to 230 gsm.
CGS - Publishing Technologies International
GmbH
Address
Kettelerstraße 24
63512 Hainburg
Germany
Phone
+49-61829626-0
Fax
+49-61829626-99
Internet address
http://www.cgs-oris.com
E-Mail
susanne.metz@cgs.de
Stand
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Company News
05/16/2008
All CGS ORIS products support SWOP, GRACoL, Fogra, ICC and G7 standards.
04/28/2008
CGS at DRUPA 2008, booth 8bA40:
New generation of ORIS products provides web-based
working environment
At this year’s DRUPA in Düsseldorf/Germany, CGS Publishing Technologies
International will present its latest solutions for color management, proofing and
certification.
The presentation will focus on innovations concerning the ORIS Hybrid Proofing
product group. CGS will introduce a brand-new web-based version of its product
line. The new ORIS Color Tuner Web allows users to control and track print
jobs from anywhere in the world. The new user interface efficiently integrates
the software products ORIS Color Tuner, ORIS Soft Proof and ORIS Certified
Proof. This will make it easier to manage and monitor global remote proofing
applications which have become indispensable with the increasing popularity
of embedded measurement devices. The intuitive and user-friendly interface
allows users to work quickly and efficiently in a perfect closed-loop environment.
CGS - Publishing Technologies International GmbH
CGS ORIS Receives IDEAlliance Monitor Proofing
System Certification
CGS ORIS Receives IDEAlliance Monitor Proofing System Certification Certification Received for Grade #1, #3 and #5
CGS Publishing Technologies, the leading manufacturer of inkjet and soft proofing color management solutions, announces it has received the new Monitor
Proofing Systems Certification from IDEAlliance for ORIS Soft Proof™. Certification was received for Grade #1 GRACoL, Grade #2 SWOP and Grade #3
SWOP utilizing the EIZO CG241W and EIZO CG221 display.
IDEAlliance recently launched its Monitor Proofing Systems Certification Pro-
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Heath Luetkens, CGS Director of Technology, commenting on the certification
stated, “CGS is pleased to be one of the first companies offering soft proofing
solutions to be certified by the IDEAlliance. In the world of Color Management,
certifications like this are very important. CGS is committed to all color standards
as a means of assuring the best quality for users of proofs created by CGS ORIS
products.”
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”At this year’s DRUPA we will present a completely new generation of our proofing software”, says Trevor Haworth, CEO of CGS Publishing Technologies. ”The
new ORIS Color Tuner Web is our response to the current market demands.
Local solutions are no longer up to date. What is increasingly asked for today
are interconnected systems providing a collaborative working environment via
worldwideweb.”
More information about ORIS products: http://www.cgs-oris.com/products/software/
05/16/2008
CGS Joins XEROX Business Partner Program
CGS Joins XEROX Business Partner Program
ORIS Press Matcher™ integrates with Xerox iGen3TM Digital Production Press
and Xerox DocuColor 8000/260/250/242 for advanced color mapping - new so-
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lutions will be at Drupa
CGS Publishing Technologies, the leading manufacturer of inkjet color management solutions, announces it has been approved as a Xerox Business Partner.
ORIS Press Matcher product integrates with Xerox iGen3TM Digital Production Press and Xerox DocuColor TM 8000/260/250/242 enabling Xerox users to
automatically create high quality color files for multiple press conditions. Its advanced color mapping process applies to wide format output, digital printers and
digital presses. Users can produce long run first prints on a sheetfed press and
short run reprints on a Xerox digital press, producing consistent and repeatable
color results on both devices.
CGS will be exhibiting ORIS Press Matcher, ORIS Certified Proof™, and ORIS
Soft Proof™ in the Xerox booth at Drupa to be held May 29 through June 11.
Xerox will be exhibiting in Hall 8B at the Düsseldorf Messe.
Trevor Haworth, CEO of CGS Publishing Technologies commenting on the relationship with Xerox stated, “We are pleased that Xerox has invited us to be a
Xerox Business Partner. We have worked closely with the Xerox engineering
team to create a front end solution combining the powerful color management
tools of ORIS Press Matcher with the quality and production capabilities of Xerox
digital presses.”
ORIS Press Matcher integrates with the Xerox FreeFlow TM Process Manager
system to create a highly automated workflow solution to produce printed results
supporting SWOP, GRACoL and Fogra standards and the G7 process. The color
management tools of ORIS Press Matcher are combined with the automation
of FreeFlow incorporating the automated spot color management and prepress
tools of Process Manager to easily prepare files for print with the highest level
of color accuracy.
Product Overview
CGS - Publishing Technologies International GmbH
01.1070
Image processing software
01.1145
Desktop publishing systems (DTP)
01.1260
JDF-applications
01.1340
PDF-applications
01.1365
Proof systems
01.1385
Retouching systems
01.1415
Page make-up and layout systems
01.1435
Software, Image manipulation
01.1440
Software, Graphics design
05.1250
Ink-jet papers
“ORIS Press Matcher is ideally suited for current and future users of the Xerox
iGen3 and DocuColor presses who require color accurate results between digital
color and conventional sheetfed offset presses”, states Mike Wolfgang, CGS
Director, Digital Print Solutions. “Also, ORIS Press Matcher is an ideal product
for iGen3 customers needing accurate management between multiple iGen3s,
especially those in different geographic locations.”
As a Xerox Business Partner, CGS sales, pre-sales and post-sales personnel
work directly with the Xerox sales team to provide ORIS color management solutions to users of Xerox digital presses. ORIS Press Matcher integrates with
both existing FreeFlow Process Manager users and with new installations.
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Chemline India Limited
Address
Adhesives and glues
COLD & HOT LABELLING ADHESIVES
F-1, Sarda Chamber 1,
110085 New Delhi
India
COLD BINDING ADHESIVES
Gelatin Glue
Hotmelt Bookbinding/Carton Sealing/Sanitary Applications
Phone
0091-11-27555999
Fax
0091-11-27555992
Internet address
www.chemlineglobal.com
E-Mail
exports@chemlineglobal.com
Stand
Hall 07.2, G05 (Page 1230)
HOTMELT PRESSURE SENSTIVE ADHESIVE
HOTMELT SOAP WRAPPER COATING
WATER BASED PRESSURE SENSTIVE ADHESIVES
Product Overview
CIBA AG
Chemline India Limited
03.1065
Coatings
04.1385
Varnish and lamination
05.1040
Book cover materials
Address
Klybeckstrasse 141
4002 Basel
Switzerland
Phone
+41-6163649-35
Fax
+41-6163644-65
Internet address
http://www.ciba.com
E-Mail
05.1135
Printer’s varnishes
05.1275
Adhesives and glues
05.1470
Specialty printing supplies - others
Stand
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Product Details
05.1040
Chemline India Limited
Book cover materials
CIBA AG
Ciba introduces new range of inks for heatset printing
at drupa
• Ciba® IRGASTAR™ GF inks combine suitability for a broad range of papers
with high gloss and outstanding printing performance • New Ciba® XYMARA™
Electra liquid conductive inks for gravure and flexo printing to be demonstrated
by MAN Roland Ciba is launching a new series of inks for heatset printing at
drupa, from May 29 to June 11 in Düsseldorf, at stand B56 in Hall 17. Ciba®
PVC Coated Papers
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IRGASTAR™ GF inks are suitable for a broad range of papers and can be applied with or without alcohol on most printing presses. The inks perform well
on high speed presses and have excellent press stability. High gloss, excellent
drying performance at high speeds, very good rub resistance and low misting
are among the further benefits of IRGASTAR™ GF inks. The inks achieve a
very good ink-water balance and counteract any tendency to blocking, and the
blankets have to be cleaned much less frequently than with conventional inks.
Further innovations from Ciba on show at the drupa include a new range of liquid
conductive inks for gravure and flexo printing, which will be demonstrated at the
MAN Roland stand, no. D28 in Hall 6. Ciba® XYMARA™ Electra LWB waterborne and Ciba® XYMARA™ Electra LSB solventborne inks give high resolution
and combine low drying temperatures – down to 80°C – with excellent adhesion,
high speed printability and high conductivity. For more information, please visit
www.ciba.com/imagingandinks and www.xymara.com. *** Ciba (SWX: CIBN) is
a leading global company dedicated to producing high-value effects for its customers’ products. We strive to be the partner of choice for our customers, offering them innovative products and one-stop expert service. We create effects that
improve the quality of life – adding performance, protection, color and strength
to plastics, paper, automobiles, buildings, home and personal care products and
much more. Ciba is active in more than 120 countries around the world and is
committed to being a leader in its chosen markets. In 2007, the Company generated sales of CHF 6.5 billion from continued operations and invested over CHF
260 million in R&D.
Co-rich Adh Limited
Address
6/F, Blk A, Phase 1, Yee Lim Ind.
Kwai Chung
Hong Kong
Phone
+852-2757919-0
Fax
+852-2753036-7
Internet address
http://www.co-richadh.com
E-Mail
info@co-richadh.com
Stand
Hall 07.2, F01 (Page 1230)
Company News
04/02/2008
Co-rich Adh Limited
Variety is not enough, tailor made is your solution!
Virtual news kit: www.ciba.com/media • Press release • Photo (JPG): A bright
light in the heatset universe: Ciba® IRGASTAR™ GF inks. • Link to www.ciba.com
We can tailor made your own glue for your unique products.
For further information please contact: Media: Tel. +41 61 636 4444 Fax +41
61 636 3019 Investor Relations: Tel. +41 61 636 5081 Fax +41 61 636 5111
04/02/2008
Solvent-Free Adhesive in Binding PP with Paper?
Model# M30 is your choice!
Environmental Friendly product!
Product Overview
05.1005
CIBA AG
Additives & Concentrates (Ink)
Product Overview
05.1275
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Adhesives - Stationary
Model# M3: Suitable for sticky memo pad;
Adhesives and glues
Model# 9700: Suitable for book spine making, edge for memo
pad;
Adheisves - Gift Box
Model# F5095B: Suitable for stamp adhesion, envelope sealer,
re-moisturizing tape.
Model# UV2: Suitable for UV ink coated paper;
Model# 886B: Suitable for gift box, jewellery box, 3D box;
Advantages: ·Provide soft and tension spine for memo pad;
·Pleasant odor; ·Suitablefor printed envelope.
Model# 7013DH: Suitable for PVC sheet to paper;
Model# K318M: Gelatin glue with long drying time.
Advantages: ·Ready for use; ·Strong tack on : 1. UV ink
coated paper; 2. PP ink coated paper; 3. Polished paper; 4.
Vanished paper.
Collins Ink Corp.
Address
1201 Edison Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45216
USA
Phone
+1-513948-9000
Fax
+1-513948-8900
Internet address
http://www.collinsink.com
Model# 7075N: Suitable for children paper product;
E-Mail
info@collinsink.com
Model# 886: Suitable for paper to paper; Model# KN1030:
Suitable for paper box, jewellery box wrapped in PU.
Stand
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Advantages: ·All components meet the FDA requirement for
adhesive 21CFR175.105; ·Solvent free; ·Can contact with
food indirectly.
Product Overview
Adhesives - Shopping Bag
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Adhesives - Book
Model# K315F: Gelatin glue suitable for case making;
Model# G966: Gelatin glue suitable for book spine making.
Advantages: ·Mechanical application for hardcover book case
and book spine making; ·Strengthen the hardness of the paper.
Adhesives - Food Grade
Collins Ink Corp.
Printing inks
Model# 1930: Suitable for matte PP, glossy PP, art paper;
Model# M30: Suitable for PP/Paper, solvent free.
Product Details
Adventages: ·Strong initial tack; ·Especially good for matte PP
& glossy PP coated paper; ·Suitable for mechanical and handcraft production.
05.1085
Collins Ink Corp.
Printing inks
45A Cartridges
Collins is an authorized HP distribution partner for over three years and is one
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of a few ink companies being furnished NEW 45A cartridges into which Collins’
brands inks are filled.
Product Details
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panoRama Screen
Continental Grafix
Address
Continental Grafix
panoRama Screen ist ein sehr feines Spezialgewebe. Das Produkt wird in einem
speziell entwickelten, patentierten Verfahren einseitig weiss beschichtet und ist
flammhemmend ausgerüstet.
Bahnhof-Park 3
6340 Baar
Switzerland
Das spezielle an diesem Produkt ist, dass es wie alle anderen „pano“ Produkte ebenfalls einseitig „durchsichtig“ ist. Das Produkt wird besonders gerne
als Sichtschutz, aber auch als Banner, flexibler Raumteiler und für allgemeine
Dekozwecke eingesetzt. Aufgrund seiner guten Winddurchlässigkeit findet panoRama
Screen auch bei Gebäudeverkleidungen seinen Einsatzbereich. panoRama Screen
ist reissfest und formstabil und lässt sich sehr gut spannen, ösen und heiss verschweissen.
Phone
+41-417636688
Fax
+41-417636014
Internet address
http://www.continentalgrafix.com
E-Mail
info@continentalgrafix.com
Hauptmaterial:
Stand
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Rückseite
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Continental Grafix
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Adhesive tapes and foils
05.1290
Plastic films
05.1370
Poster paper
05.1460
Miscellaneous printing substrates
05.1465
Special papers
05.1470
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ContiTech Elastomer-Beschichtungen
GmbH
Address
Breslauer Straße 14
37154 Northeim
Germany
Phone
+49-5551702149
Fax
+49-5551702105
Internet address
http://www.contiair.com
E-Mail
jutta.freter@ec.contitech.de
Stand
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ContiTech Elastomer-Beschichtungen GmbH
Customized Quality – with the CONTI-AIR® Format
Center
Format Center in the ContiTech plant in Northeim ensures maximum quality
and individual service
Düsseldorf, May 2008. The motto is “Everything under one roof”. ContiTech has
incorporated the Format Center into printing blanket production at its Northeim
plant. With its ultra-modern equipment, the Format Center cuts CONTI-AIR®
printing blankets to any size required and hydraulically and pneumatically affixes
bars to them. The Format Center has been integrated into the plant, dealers and
printing plants from all around the world can obtain full ContiTech service at one
address. The advantage: The printing blankets are finished by the same people
who produce and develop them. The plant’s unique machine arsenal ensures
maximum production quality and minimal scrap. By doing everything at the plant,
it is possible to run stress tests on the as-delivered product. A computer-assisted
shuttle warehousing system allows for fast handling. Production has a choice of
hundreds of bar types. The compressibility of the printing blankets can likewise
be exactly measured and documented. The logical consequence of locating
everything at one spot: Quality is enhanced and the printing blankets are individually completed to the customers wishes – in other words, customized. At
ContiTech, everything truly revolves around the customer.
04/10/2008
New Printing Blankets from CONTI-AIR®
Düsseldorf, April 2008. With the ENTROPIA-TR 2.0, NEON-TR and STRATOSTR printing blankets, ContiTech has developed no fewer than three new products in the CONTI-AIR® series for perfect printing results. At drupa 2008 in
Düsseldorf (booth A79 in hall 6) the innovative printing blankets – manufactured
exclusively in Germany – will be presented to the international public.
ENTROPIA-TR 2.0: Newspaper printing blanket with Air2 Technology Drawing
on the proven CONTI AIR® technology and an innovative design principle –
the so-called Air2 technology – ContiTech Elastomer Coatings has developed
the JOURNAL-TR newspaper printing blanket. Engineers at ContiTech have
endowed this, the successor to the established ENTROPIA-TR, with an additional compressible layer under the cover stock. Air2 technology makes for
reduced transport performance wherever the job demands such, e.g. in the
case of shaftless drives and satellite designs. It also provides the same in the
case of critical web routing in rubber/rubber configurations. Thanks to its unique
design, the ENTROPIA-TR 2.0 unfolds exceptional stability in classical, shaft-
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driven machines. This is achieved by means of the reduced sinking so typical of
all CONTI AIR® newspaper printing blankets. Other advantages: Engineered as
it is, the new blanket generates much less of a temperature build-up during printing and thus caters to an increasingly frequent demand among coldset users.
“Its running temperatures are extremely low. This minimizes swelling, linting,
ink buildup and other problems typically occurring in newspaper printing,” notes
Joachim Herrmann, head of printing blanket development at ContiTech Elastomer Coatings. What is more, perfect machine configuration is no problem
with the ENTROPIA-TR 2.0. It ensures uniform engine power consumption in
the case of shaftless drives and guarantees stable production conditions. The
ENTROPIA-TR 2.0 is the logical next step for ContiTech Elastomer Coatings
in the evolution of its CONTI-AIR® coldset printing blanket line. This innovative and stable product is ideally suited to the requirements of newspaper offset
presses.
NEON-TR: Heatset printing blanket for all classes Still another new development
is the CONTI-AIR® NEON-TR. It is also based on ContiTech’s innovative Air2
technology, whereby Air2 always indicates the use of two compressible layers.
The printing blanket can be used for all size classes and has shown itself to be a
real pro in large-format printing. “An outstanding feature here is extremely precise print-off, with even ink rendition on both the top and bottom side,” explains
Herrmann “The surface structure of the printing blanket is virtually dirt resistant.
This prevents any buildup of dust and ink – on the underside as well.” That’s
not all, though. The surfaces of the NEON-TR are also perfectly suited for long
run-times. Paper jamming is minimized so that the printing blanket can easily
go for longer periods without “washing”. This also effectively counteracts typical
heatset problems like ghosting and dot vanishing. “The NEON-TR limits the dot
dwindle effect,” adds Herrmann. The result: Even when the printing blanket is in
use for a longer period, the impression is more exact and the printing machine’s
productivity is boosted.
STRATOS-TR: New varnishing blanket for UV and water-based varnishes The
new CONTI-AIR® STRATOS-TR is ideally suited for smooth-flowing application
of varnish, above all in the printing of packaging. Selective spot varnishes are
increasingly in demand for the high-quality printing of catalogs, brochures and
packaging material. Image segments can be highlighted and areas intended
for subsequent pasting can be spared varnishing. The STRATOS-TR allows for
trouble-free stripping of such areas as are to be reserved for follow-up application of adhesives. These open areas can easily be cut into the printing blanket
and later removed – both by hand and automatically with plotters. In printing
operations CONTI-AIR® STRATOS-TR yields a uniform varnishing result. This
is ensured by means of a polymer layer developed specifically for transferring
aqueous dispersion and UV varnishes. It makes possible excellent degrees of
gloss and minimal ink buildup. “The STRATOS-TR was developed for use with
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UV varnishes. And so one of its chief characteristics is a high resistance to
the substances found in these varnishes and to the corresponding cleansing
agents,” explains Herrmann. With these three new products, ContiTech is fielding printing blankets that set new standards in terms of flexibility, efficiency and
precision. It further strengthens the CONTI-AIR® brand. The company is the
second-largest manufacturer of printing blankets worldwide and the only one
producing all its blankets in Germany. “As declaration of origin, ‘Made in Germany’ is regarded as a seal of quality in the branch. Customers can look to us
not only for high-tech production and first-class quality, but also for new standards,” notes Dr. Thomas Perkovi´c, head of ContiTech Elastomer Coatings.
Close to eighty percent of the printing blankets are exported, to customers all
around the globe.
ContiTech AG, Hanover, is the world’s largest specialist for rubber and plastics
technology in the non-tire rubber sector. The company develops and produces
functional parts, components and systems for the automotive industry and other
important industries. It has a workforce of around 24,000. In 2007, it posted
sales in the order of €3.1 billion. ContiTech is a division of the Continental Corporation, one of the world’s major automotive suppliers, with targeted sales of more
than €26.4 billion in fiscal 2008. As a supplier of brake systems, powertrain and
chassis systems and components, instrumentation, infotainment solutions, vehicle electronics, tires and engineering elastomers, the corporation contributes
to enhanced driving safety and global climate protection. Continental is also a
competent partner in networked automobile communication. The corporation
currently employs approximately 150,000 people at more than 200 locations in
36 countries.
For editorial inquiries Mario Töpfer Technical Press Relations Manager ContiTech AG Vahrenwalder Straße 9 D-30165 Hannover Ph. +49 511 938-1304
Fax +49 511 938-1305 mario.toepfer@contitech.de www.contitech.de
Direct technical inquiries to Joachim Herrmann Head of Printing Blanket Development ContiTech AG Breslauer Str. 14 D-37154 Northeim Ph. +49
5551 702-2900 Fax +49 5551 702-828 joachim.herrmann@ec.contitech.de
www.contitech.de
05/05/2008
Eye-Catching Outfits at the drupa: ContiTech Moves
Into the World of Fashion
Six hostesses will be presenting printing blankets in quite a different way than
usual – as their booth outfits
Düsseldorf, May 2008. With a bit of fantasy, this year’s ContiTech booth is
bringing a touch of haute couture to the drupa – not only because of its pretty
hostesses, but because of their outfits in particular: six hostesses will be pre-
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senting the two brands CONTI-AIR® and PHOENIX Xtra BLANKETS from ContiTech Elastomer Coatings in quite a different way than usual – as a material for
their booth outfits. Three of them are wearing suits in the blue shade of CONTIAIR®, while the other three are red, the color of PHOENIX Xtra BLANKETS.
What’s really special about them is that the outfits are not made from fabric, but
are tailored from CONTI AIR® Litho-HC and PXB Ruby® printing blankets! “The
idea for this unusual display of boothwear came from our team of planners”, explained Jutta Freter, who works in the marketing department for ContiTech Elastomer Coatings. “We’re using this unique clothing to demonstrate in a whole
new way just how fascinating and flexible the characteristics and functions of
our printing blankets are. What’s more, the outfits reflect the color scheme of
our exhibition booth.” Christina Görnitz, a designer from Cologne, created the
outfits especially for the drupa. “Before the exhibition started, we then adjusted
the suits to perfectly fit the hostesses’ measurements, turning them into a truly
stunning appearance”, said Freter. This just shows that, not only is ContiTech a
technology leader, it also incorporates a great deal of creativity into its presentations and has a special liking for the unusual.
05/05/2008
New Metal Printing Blankets from CONTI-AIR®
Patented curved printing blanket allows higher printing speeds in heatset.
Düsseldorf, May 2008. “Print to Perfection“ – the new metal printing blankets
from ContiTech mark an important step in further development in this direction
with impressive color rendition and precision. ContiTech is launching two highly
versatile blankets: the CONTI-AIR® STEEL HF 10 for heatset printing and the
CONTI-AIR® STEEL CE 11 for coldset. With the CONTI-AIR® STEEL HF 10,
ContiTech has developed the world’s only curved printing blanket. The patented
process offers users a number of advantages. Thanks to the blanket’s curved
shape, the residual gap on the plate cylinder is reduced to 0.5 mm. As a result
the machine operates with minimal vibration. What is more, since the minimized
gap on the plate cylinder allows for use of the full printing length, the amount of
paper scrap is reduced considerably. “At the same time, the narrower clamping
groove almost completely eliminates gear marks due to the design of the cylinder
gap,” explains Stefan Füllgraf, head of the Metal Printing Blanket segment at
ContiTech Elastomer Coatings. “So higher printing speeds are possible.” Metal
printing blankets have proven themselves especially in waterless offset. The
CONTI-AIR® STEEL CE 11 has been designed specifically for coldset printing.
It provides excellent color rendition and exhibits neutral paper transport behavior.
Its clamping grooves are much narrower than for fabric printing blankets. This
limits oscillations when the blanket rolls over the paper. A new feature of this
product is that a thermofoil is melded to the backside of the printing blanket.
(The foil was just stuck on to the backside of the predecessor model, the STEEL
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CE 11.) The foil provides for a high degree of stability throughout the printing
process. The neutral way the printing blanket transports the paper is the reason
why paper travel is so extremely smooth and why the individual layers are able
to adhere so superbly. Paper jams less and, as a result, there are fewer crease
marks. Buildup of paper dust is also reduced to a minimum. STEEL CE 11 is
ideal for four-high units and satellite designs.
As only one fabric layer is required in the case of metal printing blankets, they
have a correspondingly larger, compressible rubber layer that guarantees optimum printing results. The rubber layer itself is permanently vulcanized onto the
metal. Having only one fabric layer, CONTI-AIR® metal printing blankets exhibit
only minimal sinking. The printer can thus count on a consistent thickness and
good impression behavior throughout the service life of the blanket.
04/10/2008
Eco-Friendly Printing Blankets Developed
The CONTI-AIR® HC series provides for greater cost-efficiency – and is, at the
same time, eco-friendly.
Düsseldorf, April 2008. “ContiTech goes green”, with one of the world’s ecofriendliest printing blankets coming from ContiTech. For years now the CONTIAIR® HC line (for “High Compressibility”) has been setting standards for ecofriendliness. It is thus one of the focal points of the high-tech company’s presentation at drupa 2008 (booth A79 in hall 6). For indeed, environmentally friendly
products are more in demand than ever before – and that applies to the printing blanket branch as well. ContiTech’s Elastomer Coatings business unit has
become the first offset printing blanket manufacturer worldwide to succeed in
making standard sheet-fed offset printing blankets in a calendering process that
largely gets by without solvents “Use of solvents has been reduced to an absolute minimum in the manufacture of our HC line of printing blankets. Our blankets
contain just three percent of the amount of solvent found in conventional printing
blankets. There is no comparable product anywhere in the world,” says Joachim
Herrmann, head of printing blanket development at ContiTech Elastomer Coatings. Other advantages of the new HC line: The extremely strong compressible
layer ensures better compensation when the blanket is taxed to its limits and
thus prevents creases from occurring. The effect of this is not only a longer
printing blanket service life but also better print quality.
ContiTech AG, Hanover, is the world’s largest specialist for rubber and plastics
technology in the non-tire rubber sector. The company develops and produces
functional parts, components and systems for the automotive industry and other
important industries. It has a workforce of around 24,000. In 2007, it posted
sales in the order of €3.1 billion. ContiTech is a division of the Continental Corporation, one of the world’s major automotive suppliers, with targeted sales of more
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than €26.4 billion in fiscal 2008. As a supplier of brake systems, powertrain and
chassis systems and components, instrumentation, infotainment solutions, vehicle electronics, tires and engineering elastomers, the corporation contributes
to enhanced driving safety and global climate protection. Continental is also a
competent partner in networked automobile communication. The corporation
currently employs approximately 150,000 people at more than 200 locations in
36 countries.
For editorial inquiries Mario Töpfer Technical Press Relations Manager ContiTech AG Vahrenwalder Straße 9 D-30165 Hannover Ph. +49 511 938-1304
Fax +49 511 938-1305 mario.toepfer@contitech.de www.contitech.de
Direct technical inquiries to Joachim Herrmann Head of Printing Blanket Development ContiTech AG Breslauer Str. 14 D-37154 Northeim Ph. +49
5551 702-2900 Fax +49 5551 702-828 joachim.herrmann@ec.contitech.de
www.contitech.de
Product Overview
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Printing blankets
Product Details
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Printing blankets
CONTI-AIR ENTROPIA-TR 2.0
Newspaper printing blanket with Air2 Technology
Drawing on the proven CONTI-AIR® technology and an innovative design principle – the so-called Air2 technology – ContiTech Elastomer Coatings has developed the ENTROPIA-TR 2.0 newspaper printing blanket. Engineers at ContiTech have endowed this, the successor to the established ENTROPIA-TR, with
an additional compressible layer under the cover stock. Air2 technology makes
for reduced transport performance wherever the job demands such, e.g. in the
case of shaftless drives and satellite designs. It also provides the same in the
case of critical web routing in rubber/rubber configurations. Thanks to its unique
design, the ENTROPIA-TR 2.0 unfolds exceptional stability in classical, shaftdriven machines. This is achieved by means of the reduced sinking so typical of
all CONTI-AIR® newspaper printing blankets. Other advantages: Engineered
as it is, the new blanket generates much less of a temperature build-up during printing and thus caters to an increasingly frequent demand among coldset
users. “Its running temperatures are extremely low. This minimizes swelling,
linting, ink buildup and other problems typically occurring in newspaper printing,”
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notes Joachim Herrmann, head of printing blanket development at ContiTech
Elastomer Coatings. What is more, perfect machine configuration is no problem
with the ENTROPIA-TR 2.0. It ensures uniform engine power consumption in
the case of shaftless drives and guarantees stable production conditions. The
ENTROPIA-TR 2.0 is the logical next step for ContiTech Elastomer Coatings
in the evolution of its CONTI-AIR® coldset printing blanket line. This innovative and stable product is ideally suited to the requirements of newspaper offset
presses.
CONTI-AIR NEON -TR
Heatset printing blanket for all classes
Still another new development is the CONTI-AIR® NEON-TR. It is also based on
ContiTech’s innovative Air2 technology, whereby Air2 always indicates the use
of two compressible layers. The printing blanket can be used for all size classes
and has shown itself to be a real pro in large-format printing. “An outstanding
feature here is extremely precise print-off, with even ink rendition on both the
top and bottom side,” explains Herrmann “The surface structure of the printing
blanket is virtually dirt resistant. This prevents any buildup of dust and ink – on
the underside as well.” That’s not all, though. The surfaces of the NEON-TR
are also perfectly suited for long run-times. Paper jamming is minimized so that
the printing blanket can easily go for longer periods without “washing”. This also
effectively counteracts typical heatset problems like ghosting and dot vanishing.
“The NEON-TR limits the dot dwindle effect,” adds Herrmann. The result: Even
when the printing blanket is in use for a longer period, the impression is more
exact and the printing machine’s productivity is boosted.
CONTI-AIR STRATOS-TR
New varnishing blanket for UV and water-based varnishes
The new CONTI-AIR® STRATOS-TR is ideally suited for smooth-flowing application of varnish, above all in the printing of packaging. Selective spot varnishes
are increasingly in demand for the high-quality printing of catalogs, brochures
and packaging material. Image segments can be highlighted and areas intended
for subsequent pasting can be spared varnishing. The STRATOS-TR allows for
trouble-free stripping of such areas as are to be reserved for follow-up application of adhesives. These open areas can easily be cut into the printing blanket
and later removed – both by hand and automatically with plotters. In printing
operations CONTI-AIR® STRATOS-TR yields a uniform varnishing result. This
is ensured by means of a polymer layer developed specifically for transferring
aqueous dispersion and UV varnishes. It makes possible excellent degrees of
gloss and minimal ink buildup. “The STRATOS-TR was developed for use with
UV varnishes. And so one of its chief characteristics is a high resistance to
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the substances found in these varnishes and to the corresponding cleansing
agents,” explains Herrmann.
New Metal Printing Blankets from CONTI-AIR®
“Print to Perfection“ – the new metal printing blankets from ContiTech mark an
important step in further development in this direction with impressive color rendition and precision. ContiTech is launching two highly versatile blankets: the
CONTI-AIR® STEEL HF 10 for heatset printing and the CONTI-AIR® STEEL
CE 11 for coldset. With the CONTI-AIR® STEEL HF 10, ContiTech has developed the world’s only curved printing blanket The patented process offers users
a number of advantages. Thanks to the blanket’s curved shape, the residual
gap on the plate cylinder is reduced to 0.5 mm. As a result the machine operates with minimal vibration. What is more, since the minimized gap on the plate
cylinder allows for use of the full printing length, the amount of paper scrap is
reduced considerably. “At the same time, the narrower clamping groove almost
completely eliminates gear marks due to the design of the cylinder gap,” explains
Stefan Füllgraf, head of the Metal Printing Blanket segment at ContiTech Elastomer Coatings. “So higher printing speeds are possible.” Metal printing blankets have proven themselves especially in waterless offset. The CONTI-AIR®
STEEL CE 11 has been designed specifically for coldset printing. It provides excellent color rendition and exhibits neutral paper transport behavior. Its clamping
grooves are much narrower than for fabric printing blankets. This limits oscillations when the blanket rolls over the paper. A new feature of this product is that
a thermofoil is melded to the backside of the printing blanket. (The foil was just
stuck on to the backside of the predecessor model, the STEEL CE 11.) The
foil provides for a high degree of stability throughout the printing process. The
neutral way the printing blanket transports the paper is the reason why paper
travel is so extremely smooth and why the individual layers are able to adhere
so superbly. Paper jams less and, as a result, there are fewer crease marks.
Buildup of paper dust is also reduced to a minimum. STEEL CE 11 is ideal for
four-high units and satellite designs.
As only one fabric layer is required in the case of metal printing blankets, they
have a correspondingly larger, compressible rubber layer that guarantees optimum printing results. The rubber layer itself is permanently vulcanized onto the
metal. Having only one fabric layer, CONTI-AIR® metal printing blankets exhibit
only minimal sinking. The printer can thus count on a consistent thickness and
good impression behavior throughout the service life of the blanket.
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Cosmo Films Ltd.
Address
Cropper Speciality Papers Ltd., James
B-14/8 & 9, MIDC, Waluj
431136 Aurangabad (M.S.)
India
Phone
+91-2402556276
Fax
+91-2402556275
Internet address
http://www.cosmofilms.com
E-Mail
milind@cosmofilms.com
Stand
Hall 03, B72-1 (Page 1208)
Product Overview
Address
Burneside Mills
Kendal LA9 6PZ
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1539722002
Fax
+44-1539728088
Internet address
http://www.jamescropper.com
E-Mail
info@cropper.com, tim.tidman@cropper.com
Stand
Hall 07.1, D02 (Page 1226)
Cosmo Films Ltd.
Company News
05.1200
Foil & Film (material)
05.1260
Laminated foils
05.1290
Plastic films
05.1475
Synthetic papers
03/04/2008
Product Details
05.1260
Docugard® anti-microbial paper
Docugard® papers incorporate the patented BioCote® technology, proven to
be an effective protection against harmful bacteria such as the antibiotic resistant
’superbug’ MRSA (staphylococcus), listeria, E-coli and salmonella.
Cosmo Films Ltd.
In today’s environment there is an increased awareness, and concern, about the
problems caused by cross-contamination of bacteria on contact surfaces in the
workplace, not least in the healthcare sector and also in the food and catering
industries.
This is a much-publicised concern in hospitals, where one in ten patients contract
an infection during their treatment.
Laminated foils
PCT-1 (FG)
Building on our technical expertise in producing high purity papers and grades for
specialist industrial uses, it was a natural progression to enter into an exclusive
agreement with BioCote® to encapsulate the anti-microbial system into papers
and boards destined for use in such high risk environments.
Film For Thermal Lamination
PCT-1 (FG)
Plain 12, 15
Whilst Docugard® is perfect for protecting hospital case notes and medical files
against the proliferation of bacteria, James Cropper Speciality Papers can apply
the BioCote® technology to many of the paper and board products produced
at the mill. These include grades for filing, business stationery, envelopes,
Glossy extrusion coating film for thermal lamination
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brochures, book-binding materials and packaging.
Product Details
Product Overview
BOOKBINDING PAPERS
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Cropper Speciality Papers Ltd., James
Book cover materials
The mill produces the Wibalin and Papvr ranges, world
class brands in this sector, which are exclusively created for and distributed by Winter & Co.
05.1040
Book cover materials
05.1070
Decorative papers
05.1075
Document papers
The exceptional resilience of these papers also make
them ideal as covers for photograph albums, games
boards, lever arch files, and presentation packaging.
05.1180
Fine papers and board
05.1070
05.1230
Woodfree printing paper, uncoated
DECORATIVE EFFECTS
05.1245
Impregnated papers
05.1255
Index board
05.1285
Art paper and board
05.1295
Map papers
05.1325
Metallic papers
Decorative papers
A wide range of visual effects can be created within the
paper, and the surface can be enhanced with the addition of an embossing design, felt texture or one of a
number of film or foil options.
From traditional parchments and mottles to shimmering
pearlescent coatings, all decorative effects are highly
noticeable and can be used to enhance and develop
graphical or structural design in interesting ways.
05.1075
Document papers
DOCUGARD anti-microbial paper
05.1465
Special papers
05.1480
Thermosensitive papers
05.1500
Papers for fly leafs
05.1515
Corrugated board unprocessed papers
05.1530
Pulp board
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Docugard papers incorporate the patented BioCote®
technology, proven to be an effective protection against
harmful bacteria.
Whilst Docugard is perfect for protecting hospital case
notes and medical files against the proliferation of bacteria, James Cropper Speciality Papers can apply the
BioCote® technology to many of the paper and board
products produced at the mill. These include grades
for filing, business stationery, envelopes, brochures, book-binding materials and
packaging.
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Fine papers and board
05.1255
Index board
CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS
FILING MANILLA
Creative papers and boards are chosen for high-profile
applications requiring a unique combination of colour
and design.
James Cropper manillas are also renowned for their
durability with high levels of resistance to tearing and
breaking making them ideal for the manufacture of document wallets, flat folders, suspension files and indices.
The mill’s smooth and textured papers provide a visually strong canvas to clearly convey and endorse a company’s identity or narrative. With custom colours, decorative or tactile effects and a wealth of innovative technical advise, papers created by James Cropper are truly
multi-sensory.
05.1230
Well established Mill brands such as Kendal and Sprint
have been specifically designed for applications where
the requirement is for boards which are strong, rigid and
run problem-free on today’s high speed converting machines.
05.1285
Woodfree printing paper, uncoated
BUSINESS PAPERS
FINE ART PAPER GRADES
The quality and distinctiveness of the paper used on letterheads, compliment slips, envelopes and brochures
are important in supporting and reinforcing a Company’s image.
Effective presentation and preservation, whether for
paintings or artefacts of historical importance, requires
premium quality boards to ensure the article they are in
contact with does not degrade over time.
All James Cropper business papers are manufactured
to the highest quality to project professionalism and ensure clarity of image for end users and designers.
05.1245
Art paper and board
Acid-free and high purity papers are suited to fine art
applications but also for unique display or storage solutions, including wraps for medical instruments.
Impregnated papers
05.1295
LATEX SATURATED PAPER
Map papers
WET STRENGTH PAPER
Latex saturated papers are used for their high strength
and drape properties, and also for applications which require both internal and surface paper fibres to be sealed
to eliminate dust contamination.
James Cropper produces a wide range of papers and
boards with unusual properties, specifically developed
to meet the requirements of niche markets.
Wet strength papers are specified for products, such as
maps, with exposure to moist conditions.
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05.1325
Metallic papers
05.1515
Corrugated board unprocessed papers
COMET
DECORATIVE PROTECTION
Comet is a fully dyed-through paper with a double-sided
pearlescent coating. As well as it’s captivating aesthetic
appeal, the complexity of the paper surface also provides security benefits - being more difficult to copy than
print.
Coloured fluted materials for presentation packs. Corrugated board offers a very natural form of protection,
the construction of fluted paper and air provides a simple protective layer which is also visually appealing.
It’s sheer elegance inspires creative innovation in all
types of graphic and structural design.
05.1465
05.1530
Special papers
Pulp board
SPECIALIST APPLICATIONS
GREETINGS CARDS
James Cropper has a dedicated team of experts to offer
technical help and advice on meeting the needs of niche
products or markets.
The greeting card has become established as a distinctive art form in it’s own right.
Uncoated boards from James Cropper have natural and
rich texture. Whilst providing a beautiful tactile surface
for the expression of thoughts and wishes they also allow superb reproduction of the printed image.
The mill produces a wide range of papers, some with
unique properties, developed for very specific applications. If you have an unusual requirement, just ask. The
sales and technical team will be only too happy to help.
05.1480
Thermosensitive papers
HOT STAMP
Daetwyler Max AG
An intriguing paper whose appearance changes as heat
and pressure are applied to give a new dimension to
creative design.
05.1500
Papers for fly leafs
BOOKCOVERING PAPERS
Our reputation for bookbinding papers is second to none
- where our papers are renowned for good strength,
colour consistency, durability, fold endurance and high
lightfastness.
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Address
Flugplatz
3368 Bleienbach
Switzerland
Phone
+41-6291937-37
Fax
+41-6291934-00
Internet address
http://www.daetwyler.com
E-Mail
info-chbb@daetwyler.com
Stand
Hall 03, A17 (Page 1208)
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Company News
Daetwyler Max AG
Product Overview
05/28/2008
DLS pioneer Bauer Druck to install 3rd Daetwyler
LASERSTAR at Cologne facility
Bleienbach, Switzerland. Bauer Druck Cologne (BDK), a pioneering user of
the Direct Laser System (DLS) from MDC Max Daetwyler AG decides to invest
into a third LASERSTAR for its Cologne facility.
As one of the first LASERSTAR users BDK started to use the zinc DLS technology from Daetwyler in 1997. Due to the advantages of this highly stable and efficient rotogravure cylinder engraving system and its high customer acceptance,
BDK installed a second LASERSTAR in 2004.
To further increase capacity and to serve the growing Eastern European markets, Bauer opened the most advanced rotogravure cylinder-making plant in
Nowogrodziec, Poland, in 2006, exclusively using the Daetwyler zinc LASERSTAR. Due to strong growth Bauer Poland already installed a 3rd LASERSTAR
system at this facility in 2007.
With the current trend towards shorter press runs it has become imperative
to have the fastest and most flexible rotogravure cylinder production process,
which is the DLS system from Daetwyler, available. Besides superior process speed, compared to that known from electromechanical engraving, DLSengraved cylinders offer print products of higher quality with no ribbon differences and excellent repeatability. Cylinders have also shown further reduced
paper waste and provide ink savings of up to 15 per cent on the commonly used
substrates in illustration printing.
With the latest addition of yet another LASERSTAR, Bauer Druck is the world’s
leading user of the zinc DLS system in illustration rotogravure printing. The
entire cylinder production at Bauer Druck is exclusively done with zinc DLS.
01.1015
Etching equipment for gravure
01.1020
Etch depth measuring devices
01.1030
Filing equipment
01.1035
Washing-out units for letterpress and flexo plates
01.1060
Coating machines for printing plates
01.1070
Image processing software
01.1115
Computer-to-Flexographic Sleeve
01.1120
Computer-to-Gravure Cylinder
01.1210
Photographic materials
01.1215
Electroplating facilities
01.1220
Design and make-up systems
01.1235
Engraving machines for embossing plates
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Engraving machines for gravure printing plate
production
01.1290
Laser technology for forme making
01.1310
Measuring and testing equipment
01.1435
Software, Image manipulation
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01.1455
Drying units and cabinets
Product Details
01.1465
Workflow systems
05.1045
01.1470
Cylinder storage and handling equipment
01.1475
Cylinder grinding machines
02.1045
Filing equipment
02.1225
Printing formes for gravure printing
02.1650
Impression cylinders, gravure and flexo printing
Our range of galvanic products includes several degreasing and cleaning chemicals, electrolytic plating products with anodes and
additives especially developed for gravure printing.
02.1665
Doctor blades
Polishing stones, abrasion tapes and cleaning solutions for the finishing of cylinder surfaces area also available.
02.1905
Roller finishing machines
Another specialty of Daetwyler are the high-precision diamond tools for mechanical surface treatment of the cylinders or for electromechanical engraving.
02.1955
Cylinder storage and handling equipment
A wide range of lubricants and oils are also available and conclude the vast
range of consumables
04.1540
Doctor blades
Chemicals for pre-press production phases
05.1195
Filters (for liquids and gases)
05.1485
Gravure supplies
Chemicals for pre-press production phases
Daetwyler consumables
As a worldwide leader in developing and producing
equipment for the form preparation for gravure and flexo
printing Daetwyler also supplies a range of high-quality
consumables for the different plating and engraving processes. These consumables have been developed
to ideally match the requirements of the different processes for which they are used.
05.1485
05.1045
Daetwyler Max AG
Gravure supplies
Daetwyler engraving consumables
As a worldwide leader in developing and producing
equipment for the form preparation for gravure and
flexo printing Daetwyler also supplies a range of highquality consumables for the different plating and engraving processes. These consumables have been developed to ideally match the requirements of the different processes for which they are used.
High-precision diamond tools for electromechanical engraving as well as refurbishing services are available.
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ITR sleeves are seamless printing forms inclusive LAMS layer ready for digital
imaging, especially developed for high-quality flexographic printing, which were
launched onto the market in April 2008. Easy operation, faster make-ready,
improved press speed and last but not least cost savings for customers are the
advantages of this new generation of product. Furthermore, a new nyloflex®
plate especially developed for UV printing will have its debut at drupa.
Day International GmbH
Address
Taleswiesenstraße 7/1
72770 Reutlingen
Germany
Phone
+49-71215857-0
Fax
+49-7121585750
Internet address
http://www.dayintl.com
E-Mail
daygmbh@day-intl.com
Stand
Hall 16, A21 (Page 1254)
Company News
04/17/2008
As another highlight the nyloflex® infinity technology for manufacturing endless
printing forms is presented. This technology allows printers to improve print
quality whilst saving on plate mounting time, press make-ready time as well as
gaining from improved press speed. drupa visitors to Stand 5 C38 can watch live
demonstrations of the three-step process for creating a seamless photopolymer
sleeve twice each day.
Day International GmbH
Flint Group gives debut at drupa 2008:Trade fair
appearance with impressive innovations
Flint Group, a young and exciting company, dedicated to serving the printing
and packaging industry, is preparing for its debut at drupa. “Having been brought
together from four major well respected businesses, each leading companies in
their own right, and having leveraged our strengths and capabilities, we now
as Flint Group have more to offer than ever before” says Charles Knott, Chief
Executive Officer Flint Group.
Around the theme “Always ImPRESSive!” Flint Group is presenting their product
offerings on its two stands: The Printing Inks Divisions as well as the Flint Group
Flexographic Products, Flint Group Narrow Web and Flint Group Pigments Divisions will showcase their broad portfolio and innovative service solutions at
stand C38 in Hall 5. Day International and Flint Group Flexographic Products
are demonstrating their commitment to the printing and packaging industry with
high-performance products and services at stand A21 in Hall 16.
An overview of the innovations:
Printing plates and sleeve systems The main focus is on the new ready-to-image
photopolymer sleeves nyloflex® ITR Thin and nyloflex® ITR Classic. nyloflex®
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Printing inks The new Novavit® F 950 PLUS BIO and Novavit® F 550 PLUS
ranges for sheetfed offset printing will be introduced. These inks have been developed for fast running printing presses and are ideal for shiny coated paper
and cardboard. Novavit® F 550 PLUS is especially suitable for straight printing mode; the most recent binding agent technologies facilitate an even better
ink/water performance. Novavit® F 950 BIO PLUS has been designed for use
in very fast running multicolour printing presses for face and reverse printing
modes. Both series demonstrate clearly improved misting properties at high
printing speeds.
The INULINE ink/varnish system constitutes a further innovation. The name
stands for two innovative ink-varnish systems: the first system consists of a special printing ink, Novavit® F770 INULINE, which penetrates particularly quickly,
is highly pigmented and has a wax-free formulation, and Ultraking® INULINE,
a corresponding UV varnish. The system permits the user to apply a UV varnish directly inline to a conventional sheetfed offset printing ink without using
a primer. The second element of the INULINE system delivers extremely high
gloss rates with a water-based coating. The same Novavit® F770 INULINE is
used, this time combined with the special Novaset 7302/100 INULINE waterbased coating.
Another theme is Premo®, the concept developed last year. Diverse possibilities and flexibility during the development of optimal printing ink systems for
the packaging industry are available using the water-based printing ink building
block technology.
Pressroom chemicals, printing blankets and sleeves Visitors to stand 16 A21
can obtain detailed information on the new range of Varn fountain solutions for
sheetfed offset printing as well as the environmentally friendly and easy to use
range of Varn Spray Powders.
Also on display from Day will be dayGraphica printing blankets, metal back print-
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ing blankets and sleeves for heatset printing, all of which are known for their long
durability and excellent print quality. The impressive new dayGraphica Sunday
5000 sleeve developed in collaboration with Goss for their new 96 page S5000
offset press is a real breakthrough in technology, dayGraphica metal back blankets for heatset and coldset printing as well as the Duco headline printing blankets for coldset printing will also be presented.
Product Overview
Day International GmbH
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Powdering materials
05.1045
Chemicals for pre-press production phases
05.1140
Printing blankets
Flint Group – Always ImPRESSive “Flint Group has developed into a leading
supplier for the printing and packaging industry“, says Charles Knott. “Strong
companies and recognised product brands are united under our umbrella. We
are looking forward to drupa 2008 where for the first time we will be able
to demonstrate our comprehensive product and service competency as Flint
Group. We hope our customers will then also state that we are ‘very impressive’.“
05.1185
Fountain solutions
05.1210
Blanket washing and rejuvenating solutions
05.1450
Sleeves
Flint Group Flint Group is dedicated to serving the global printing and packaging
industry with five specialised business units: Flint Group’s ink companies develop and market a wide range of conventional and UV printing inks on a global
basis, with regional operations providing local service throughout the world. Flint
Group Flexographic Products specialises in photopolymer printing plates, flexographic sleeve systems as well as washout solvents and platemaking equipment. Flint Group Narrow Web is dedicated to the narrow web ink market, including labels, product decoration and package printing. Flint Group Pigments
produces a range of pigment products and additives for use in inks and other
colourant applications. Day International develops and distributes offset printing
blankets and sleeves, pressroom chemicals and diecutting supplies. Headquartered in Luxembourg, Flint Group operates more than 170 facilities worldwide
and employs some 8300 people. Revenues for 2007 are € 2.3 billion ($US 3.1
billion), positioning the company as the number one or number two supplier in
every major region it serves. For more information, please visit HYPERLINK
”http://www.flintgrp.com” www.flintgrp.com.
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Roller washing and treatment solutions
The Flexographic Products Division presents its full range of sleeves – the
rotec® Blue Light Sleeves, the rotec® Compressible Sleeves, the rotec® Label Sleeves and the rotec® Adapter series.
Product Details
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Printing blankets
Offsetdrucktücher und Drucksleeves für alle Anforderungen
Unser vollständiges Programm an Offsetdrucktüchern und Drucksleeves bietet
Produkte für die unterschiedlichsten Produktions- und Qualitätsanforderungen,
mit denen Sie täglich konfrontiert werden. Für Premium-Druckprodukte ebenso
wie für Massenproduktion auf Low-Cost-Papieren.
Ob für Zeitungs-, Heatset-, Bogen-, Verpackungs- oder Sonderdruck, ob UVDruck oder Wasserlos-Offset, ob alte Druckpresse oder neues High-Speed-System
- Sie werden in unserem Programm die Gummidrucktücher finden, die ideal für
Ihre Anforderungen sind. Vertrauen Sie der Qualität und Leistungsfähigkeit, die
Ihnen Gummitücher und Sleeves von Day bieten.
Mehr als nur Qualitäts-Produkte
Wenn Sie sich für Gummitücher und Sleeves von Day entscheiden, erhalten Sie
mehr als nur Qualitäts-Produkte. Sie erhalten den Support eines der erfahrensten Teams in der Druckindustrie, weltweit!
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doro tape Ehlis GmbH & Co. KG
Dorstener Drahtwerke H. W. Brune & Co. GmbH
Address
Glockenstahlstraße 7
42855 Remscheid
Germany
Address
Marler Straße 109
46282 Dorsten
Germany
Phone
+49-21918844-0
Phone
+49-23622099-0
Fax
+49-21918844-99
Fax
+49-236226395
Internet address
http://www.doro-tape.de
Internet address
http://www.dorstener-drahtwerke.de
E-Mail
info@doro-tape.de
E-Mail
info@dorstener-drahtwerke.de
Stand
Hall 07.2, A46 (Page 1230)
Stand
Hall 14, D46 (Page 1250)
Product Overview
05.1270
doro tape Ehlis GmbH & Co. KG
Adhesive tapes and foils
Product Details
05.1270
doro tape Ehlis GmbH & Co. KG
Adhesive tapes and foils
Product Overview
Dorstener Drahtwerke H. W. Brune & Co. GmbH
03.1005
Waste disposal systems
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
03.1215
Wire stitchers
03.1580
Gathering and stitching machines
05.1030
Binding machine supplies
05.1035
Bookbinding accessories
05.1080
Wire and plastic bindings
05.1130
Printer’s aids
05.1220
Stitching wires and clamps
tapes
Double-sided Tapes
Die-cutting
Polyurethane
- Bumpers
- Rollstock
Specialities
Special Coatings
Contract Manufacturing
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Product Overview
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Dortschy GmbH & Co. KG
Wire and plastic bindings
POWERBIND
POWERBIND ist das Resultat jahrelanger, intensiver Entwicklungsarbeit der
Dorstener Drahtwerke. In enger Zusammenarbeit mit Kunden und Herstellern
von Maschinen der grafischen Industrie konnte ein Heftdraht entwickelt werden,
der durch seine Eigenschaften Vorteile bei der Drahtheftung bietet. POWERBIND
Hochleistungsheftdraht der Dorstener Drahtwerke erlaubt Ihnen, ein qualitatives
Spitzenprodukt zu fertigen.
05.1010
Packing materials
05.1140
Printing blankets
05.1210
Blanket washing and rejuvenating solutions
05.1293
Lacquer moulds
05.1390
Anilox rollers
05.1395
Cleaning systems for printing formes and machine
parts
Powerbind bietet exakte Klammerung :
Exakte Klammerbildung erhöht die Produktqualität und die Produktionssicherheit während der Fertigung.
Gutes Formverhalten
Gute Formstabilität
Gutes Schneideverhalten
Product Details
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Drucktücher
Dortschy GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Dortschy GmbH & Co. KG
Offsetdruck
Windelsbleicher Straße 15
33647 Bielefeld
Germany
Drucktücher, geschient und ungeschient für Bogen- und Rollenoffsetmaschinen
in verschiedenen Stärken.
+49-521942670
Flexodruck
Fax
+49-5219426766
Drucktücher, auch selbstklebend, für den Druck auf Bechern, Tuben, Eimern
und CDs
Internet address
http://www.dortschy.de
E-Mail
kontakt@dortschy.de
Stand
Hall 15, B25 (Page 1252)
Phone
Selbstklebende Drucktücher für den Briefumschlagdruck und für die Veredelung.
05.1390
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Anilox rollers
Keramische Rasterwalzen
Keramische Rasterwalzen, lasergraviert in HIT, Näpfchengravur oder als Linienraster für Lack- und Goldauftrag.
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technischen Systemen einsetzbar 3. Unterschiedliche Zwirnstärken und -zusammensetzungen,
jenach Papierqualität, Oberflächenbeschaffenheit und Grammatur
Dr. Kast GmbH, Günther Techn. Gewebe
Spezial-Fasererzeugnisse KG
Address
Abt-Reubi-Str. 6
87527 Sonthofen
Germany
DURAL GmbH Klebstoffe / Adhesives
Phone
0049-8321-6641-0
Fax
+49-8321-6641-88
Internet address
www.kast.de
E-Mail
info@kast.de
Stand
Hall 14, A07 (Page 1250)
Product Overview
Address
Pforzheimer Straße 176
76275 Ettlingen
Germany
Phone
+49-1741986525
Fax
+49-72437267-29
Internet address
http://www.durapro.de
E-Mail
obueker@ifscos.com
Stand
Hall 07.2, G35 (Page 1230)
Dr. Kast GmbH, Günther Techn. Gewebe...
05.1035
Bookbinding accessories
05.1155
Backlining papers
05.1170
Label and wrapping papers
05.1205
Gummed papers
05.1430
Security papers
Neuheit! DuraPur™
05.1465
Special papers
DuraPur™ Polyurethan- Schmelzklebstoff von IFS ist der einzige im 90-MinutenBrandversuch feuerbeständige Klebstoff zur Verwendung bei allen Türkonstruktionen.
Product Overview
05.1275
05.1035
Adhesives and glues
Product Details
05.1275
Product Details
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DURAL GmbH Klebstoffe / Adhesives
Adhesives and glues
Dr. Kast GmbH, Günther Techn. Gewebe...
Bookbinding accessories
HEIßSIEGELFÄDEN
1. Hervorragend geeignet für die Bindetechnologie Fadensiegeln. 2. An allen
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cut
Durrer Spezialmaschinen AG
Address
Seemattweg 41
6403 Küssnacht am Rigi
Switzerland
Phone
+41-418544060
Fax
+41-418544070
Internet address
http://www.durrer.com
E-Mail
info@durrer.com
Stand
Hall 11, D56 (Page 1240)
Company News
04/21/2008
The MONA is the perfect complement to BLOFIX in the Durrer product range.
This produces date slides fully automatically and fits them to the finished calendars. The date slides are produced directly on the machine and allow the client
sufficient scope for selection of shape and colour. Together these two machines
form a complete processing unit for automatic production and assembly of wall
calendars.
In the project phase there is an automatic folding machine, so that the calendars
can be laid out ready for packaging without manual handling.
REMAT When the new generation of REMAT went into production this year,
Durrer set new standards for semi-automatic machines. The most important
development goals were the highest working safety and optimum ergonomics
along with improved performance. This was achieved using the latest control
and drive technology. The new REMAT offers the greatest possible flexibility in
cut shapes and can also process the thickest products. Using two cutting units
makes it possible to change from angle to thumb index in minutes. The REMAT
supports all known cut shapes for catalogues, telephone books, brochures, exercise books and loose leaves.
Durrer Spezialmaschinen AG
Extensions to the Durrer Product Range
The increased demand in the area of index cutting led to a range of further developments for the two best known Durrer machines for processing step indexes
- the REMAT and the REGA 5. At DRUPA, Durrer will also be presenting innovations in semi-automatic production and processing of step indexes as well as
a range of new developments in wall calendar production and book block processing.
Innovations
BLOFIX The big news from Durrer at the trade fair is without doubt the presentation of the BLOFIX for production of wall calendars. The fully automatic
processing line sticks up to four printed and cut calendar blocks on a backing
and fixes calendar headers to the calendar. A combination of hot and cold glue
improves the long-term fastening of the calendar blocks. The outstanding features of the system are the large format range of the products to be processed
as well as the high cycle output of up to 2,400 calendars per hour.
The BLOFIX includes further important processing steps for production of wall
calendars: - Cutting fixing straps for the individual calendar blocks - Creases (for
folding) - Holes (for hanging) - Eyelet (strengthening the hanger hole) - Labelling
(Strengthening the hanger block, covering the eyelet) - Calendar header contour
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REBIB The bible cuts commonly used in reference works and Bibles previously
had to be made laboriously by hand. With the REBIB, DURRER now offers a
semi-automatic solution with high flexibility. At DRUPA you have the chance
to see this new development. Extensive works with sewn or adhesive binding
are no longer an obstacle for this development from Durrer. The REBIB cuts
bible cuts in block thicknesses up to 80 mm. In addition to the cutting process,
Durrer is currently developing an automatic solution for applying printed labels.
With this addition, Durrer offers a complete range of machines for bible cut index
processing, and at an interesting price.
REDRU The REDRU is another new development from Durrer; an autonomous
printer unit for printing cut indexes. The REDRU prints European and Arabic
indexes and supports all normal types of binding including loose-leaf products.
The machine is a perfect complement to the REGA 5 and REMAT.
PLABI 6 The PLABI 6 is a fully automatic processing line for plastic comb binding,
with modular construction. Durrer is showing the module for production of comb
binders for the first time at Drupa. It produces plastic binders in a two-second
cycle from a roll or from a plate magazine. There is the option of having the
binders printed or provided with a ribbon bookmarker.
In addition to the comb binding module there are two further modules. One is
responsible for book block production. This includes collecting individual sheets,
folded sheets (inc. folded organisers) and enclosures, it puts on the covers and
carries out the binding cutting, corner perforation, corner cutting and four-sided
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cut. The third module is the binding module. It inserts the comb binder that has
been produced into the binding cut. Complete automation makes plastic comb
binding economically interesting.
03.1545
Index tabs cutting and printing machines
03.1560
Creasing and scoring machines
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
03.1655
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
03.1715
Counting equipment
03.1725
Gathering and collating machines
04.1555
Combination creasing, scoring, slitting and cross
cutting machines
04.1640
Stationery production machines
04.1670
Die-cutting machines
Further developments
REGA 5 Since the last DRUPA, Durrer has been working intensively on further
development of the REGA 5. The fully automatic index cutting machine has already been sold over 30 times worldwide. This underlines Durrer’s position as
market leader in the manufacture of fully automatic machines for index cut processing. Paper grades from 30g m2, book block thicknesses up to 60 mm, automatic count check, formats from A5 to A4 and performance up to 1500 pieces
per hour (depending on the number of sheets) make the REGA 5 the Durrer
flagship.
As well as the exhibits described, Durrer is showing proven machine types like
the REGA 4 or DULA 4. Future machine developments depend principally on
individual customer needs. You can find out what projects or project ideas are
in the pipeline at Durrer by speaking to us directly (Hall 11, Stand D56).
Product Overview
Durrer Spezialmaschinen AG
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
04.1675
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
05.1080
Wire and plastic bindings
03.1220
Three-knife trimmers
03.1235
Corner rounding machines
03.1385
Glueing machines
03.1500
Perforating machines
03.1510
Embossing and punching machinery
Product Details
05.1080
Durrer Spezialmaschinen AG
Wire and plastic bindings
PLABI 6
The PLABI 6 is a fully automatic processing line for plastic comb binding, with
modular construction. Durrer is showing the module for production of comb
binders for the first time at Drupa. It produces plastic binders in a two-second
cycle from a roll or from a plate magazine. There is the option of having the
binders printed or provided with a ribbon bookmarker.
In addition to the comb binding module there are two further modules. One is
responsible for book block production. This includes collecting individual sheets,
folded sheets (inc. folded organisers) and enclosures, it puts on the covers and
carries out the binding cutting, corner perforation, corner cutting and four-sided
cut. The third module is the binding module. It inserts the comb binder that has
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been produced into the binding cut. Complete automation makes plastic comb
binding economically interesting.
“With the KODAK GENERATION NEWS System, we have improved productivity
yet again without sacrificing the quality and stability of thermal imaging systems.
We can now image 300 plates per hour at 200 lpi,” said Jack Knadjian, Vice
President, Worldwide Newspaper Segment and Solutions Marketing, Kodak’s
Graphic Communications Group. “One of the benefits of the GENERATION
NEWS System is that it does not require regular calibration to provide consistent results. It provides shortened makeready times and consistency during print
runs, saving time and money.”
Eastman Kodak Company
Address
343, State Street
Rochester, NY 14650-0221
USA
Phone
US&C +1-203-845-7000
Fax
US&C +1-203-845-7173
Internet address
http://www.graphics.kodak.com
E-Mail
info.eamer.gcg@kodak.com
Stand
Hall 05, D01 (Page 1216)
Company News
04/14/2008
The GENERATION NEWS Platesetter uses proven KODAK SQUARESPOT
Imaging Technology, eliminating process variation found in visible light and UV
systems. The stability of the system means higher quality and more consistent
production, reducing the need for remakes. In addition, the high speed of the
system allows customers to achieve the same productivity with fewer plate lines,
reducing their equipment investment and space requirements.
The Los Angeles Times is going to be a beta site for the GENERATION NEWS
System. Greg Malcolm, Director of Operations at the newspaper, said, “We’re
excited about the opportunity to work with Kodak on the introduction of the GENERATION NEWS System. The new platesetter appears to have more capabilities than what is currently on the market.” The Los Angeles Times prints more
than 800,000 daily copies and 1.3 million copies on weekends.
Eastman Kodak Company
KODAK GENERATION NEWS System Maximizes
Throughput and Saves Time for Newspaper Printers
Newspapers able to produce more plates and get to
press more quickly
ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 11—A new level of productivity and automation in
thermal digital platesetting is being introduced with the KODAK GENERATION
NEWS System. Newspaper printers will get their first look at the new computer
to plate (CTP) technology at Kodak’s display (Booth 1100) at NEXPO, part of
the Capital Conference ’08 being held in Washington, D.C., April 12-16.
The GENERATION NEWS System has advanced automation features that help
newspaper printers better manage deadline pressures. The KODAK GENERATION NEWS Platesetter has multiple plate cassettes, enabling fast plate loading
and unloading of multiple plate sizes. Newspaper printers can load up to 1,600
broadsheet plates or 800 panorama plates, running continuously with no operator intervention. Integrated plate size selection, slip sheet removal, transport
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Part of an integrated Kodak solution, the GENERATION NEWS Platesetter uses
KODAK THERMALNEWS GOLD Digital Plates, which are rated for more than
200,000 impressions. At 1.270 dpi, KODAK STACCATO Screening enables
printers to print dots as small as 25 microns. The GENERATION NEWS System works with a full range of workflow solutions, including KODAK NEWSMANAGER Workflow System. The KODAK MERCURY P-HD Plate Processor is recommended with the GENERATION NEWS Platesetter because it provides fast
processing, automated plate handling, and a compact footprint.
“The flexibility of the KODAK GENERATION NEWS System is essential for
newspapers that handle a variety of different publications and semi commercial print jobs,” said Nathanael Eijbersen, Product Manager, Newspaper Output
Devices, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “It has the features necessary for high volume pressroom operations and the quality required to attract
profitable commercial business.”
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the com-
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mercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com, and
1000nerds.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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05/29/2008
Kodak Showcases Integrated Solutions for Customer
Growth at drupa
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29—Visitors to Stand D01 in Hall 5 will
experience how Kodak’s integrated, tailored solutions—spanning digital, lithographic and flexographic technologies—can help customers in all segments of
the graphic communications market capitalize on the power of print to drive profitable growth.
Through the theme “Print is Powerful,” Kodak spotlights at drupa the unmatched
versatility and effectiveness of print in reaching audiences and achieving results
through mass, 1:1 and cross media campaigns. Kodak’s stand is organized
around solutions by commercial, packaging, publishing and data printing segments.
“As a key component of the media mix, print remains as powerful as ever because of its remarkable ability to adapt to changes in media, technology and
society,” said Kevin Joyce, Chief Marketing Officer, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. “Just as print’s
flexibility continues to make it a vital communications medium, print service
providers need to adapt their businesses and expand their services in response
to the changing needs of the market. We’re focusing on providing technologies,
products and solutions for customers to offer new applications, expand into ad-
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jacent markets and improve their bottom lines.”
Kodak’s comprehensive portfolio of products and services at drupa includes
electrophotographic, inkjet, flexographic and lithographic options for offset class
production, prepress products that optimize productivity and quality, KODAK
Unified Workflow Solutions to enable the highest levels of production efficiency,
and business development services that expand revenue potential.
Digital Printing Solutions
Inkjet systems representing Kodak’s three platforms for production printing—continuous
inkjet, drop on demand (DOD) and KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology—will be
on display at drupa.
Kodak’s drupa stand features two technology demonstrations of KODAK Stream
Inkjet Technology, a continuous inkjet technology that enables offset class reliability, productivity, cost and quality with the full benefits of digital printing for high
volume commercial applications. The Stream Concept Press from Kodak shows
a process color system with resolution that exceeds 600 dpi at industry leading
production speeds. The Stream Concept Printhead from Kodak demonstrates
the speed and integration capabilities of the technology, delivering monochrome
offset class VDP applications at 300 mpm (1000 fpm).
drupa visitors will see the KODAK VERSAMARK VT3000 Printing System, a
scaleable continuous inkjet solution that can be customized for speed, configuration and color based on unique customer needs. The VT3000 System is ideal
for transactional and TransPromo applications.
Also on display at drupa is the new KODAK VERSAMARK VL2000 Printing System, which prints process color at 600 dpi and is ideal for transactional statements, TransPromo communications, and direct mail solicitations from a “white
paper in” configuration. The system will be formally launched at drupa and is
ideal for transactional and commercial print environments with volumes ranging
from 1 million to 5 million impressions per month. Within its portfolio of electrophotographic solutions, Kodak launches the KODAK NEXPRESS S3600 Digital Production Color Press, the fastest in its S-Series, with dramatically increased
productivity. The new S-Series portfolio includes the NEXPRESS S3000, S2500
and S2100 Digital Production Color Presses, all which have unique onsite upgrade capability for speed, color imaging stations, frontend choices and input/output accessories to help print service providers leverage their initial investments. In addition to the S3600 Press, Kodak also introduces the KODAK NEXPRESS Intelligent Dimensional Coating Solution and the KODAK NEXPRESS
Dimensional Clear Dry Ink, which allow for a raised printing effect that mirrors
thermography printing. The combination of flexible, productive presses and versatile imaging features further enables the production of VDP and attention grabbing applications. This combination helps print providers grow their businesses
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by gaining new clients and volumes, and optimizing their bottom lines through
high value applications. In black and white, Kodak previews the KODAK DIGIMASTER EX300 Digital Production System, the fastest cut sheet electrophotographic printer in the market, printing at a rate of 18,000 images per hour (A4). A
speed upgrade module that enables the onsite upgrade of current DIGIMASTER
Systems to the higher speed of 300 ppm will also be announced. Based on the
dependability of the DIGIMASTER Platform, print providers in the transaction,
direct mail, and corporate environments will experience offset class reliability
and image quality to meet the turnaround times and application demands of
their print clients. To provide advanced product security and brand protection
for a wide range of applications, Kodak will preview a number of additions to its
Security Solutions capabilities at drupa. Options include secure thermal transfer
ribbon, optically variable ink, and the ability to deliver the KODAK TRACELESS
System for Anticounterfeiting via NEXPRESS Presses. Printed samples, which
demonstrate the ability to add TRACELESS Marking and Detection Systems to
printed materials through the dry toner printing process used with NEXPRESS
Presses, will be on display.
CTP and Proofing Solutions
Kodak features a number of its industry leading solutions for digital plate production at drupa. The KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System, previewed earlier and commercially available for the first time at drupa 2008, represents a new way of making flexo printing plates for higher levels of print quality,
productivity, and stability. Providing extreme consistency and high resolution,
the FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System gives converters and package
printers a competitive advantage by helping them deliver outstanding quality
with a highly efficient solution. The FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System
provides offset class, gravure quality on a wide variety of substrates, including
paper, flexible film, foil, label stock and folding cartons.
Kodak unveils the next level of digital plates for high performance printing with
the new KODAK ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate, exhibiting impressive prepress
and on press stability for excellent resolution, run length, and color control
throughout the full press run. Launching at drupa 2008, the ELECTRA XD
Thermal Plate is a non ablative, no preheat, positive working digital plate. With
typically triple the unbaked run length of the KODAK ELECTRA EXCEL HRL
Plates, the highly durable ELECTRA XD Plate also helps printers reduce overall plate consumption and energy usage while maintaining consistency, stability, and print quality. Kodak’s MAGNUS and TRENDSETTER Platesetters will
be represented at drupa. KODAK Platesetters utilize KODAK SQUARESPOT
Imaging Technology to minimize the impact of routine prepress variations, and
deliver stable and reliable plates that stay within tight print manufacturing tolerances. Enabled by SQUARESPOT Technology, KODAK STACCATO Screen-
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ing offers high fidelity, continuous tone images that exhibit fine detail and an
extended color gamut. With the growth of the extremely wide format market and
the introduction of presses with formats covering 80 total pages (front and back),
Kodak introduces an XLF platesetter to its MAGNUS Platesetter line. Based on
the market leading KODAK MAGNUS VLF QUANTUM Platesetter, the fastest
fully automated very large format platesetter on the market, the new KODAK
MAGNUS XLF 80 QUANTUM Platesetter supports extremely large formats up
to 2.26 meters wide for 80 page web presses. Kodak will also show a technology
demonstration of the new 96 page CTP concept that is currently in development.
The MAGNUS XLF 80 Platesetter offers features that are important to wide format commercial printing operations, including high speeds of up to 26.8 plates
per hour at resolutions of 2,400 dpi. The extra large format enables printers
to use the widest web presses for the most efficient print production, while still
producing plates for existing press formats.
The KODAK MAGNUS 800Z QUANTUM Platesetter also launches at drupa.
The MAGNUS 800Z QUANTUM Platesetter delivers faster throughput than any
other KODAK Platesetter, and it uses a new, advanced thermal head that generates double the laser power of its MAGNUS Platesetter predecessors. The
new thermal head not only increases the speed of plate production, but it also
provides broader imaging latitude and higher stability in case of plate sensitivity
variations—making this one of the most reliable and cost effective platesetters
on the market. With its output capacity of 60 eight up plates per hour and use
of KODAK STACCATO Screening for high quality color reproduction, the MAGNUS 800Z QUANTUM Platesetter delivers exceptional productivity and imaging
performance.
Kodak will demonstrate a new automatic pallet loader for the MAGNUS 800
Platesetter family, which increases automation and manufacturing efficiency by
loading up to 600 plates without manual handling. Plate pallets can be easily loaded via the automatic pallet loader, minimizing labor and providing quick
set up time. The automatic pallet loader for MAGNUS 800 Platesetters allows
large commercial and publication printers to have long, unattended operation
and even greater automation. The automatic pallet loader also works with a
single cassette tray for smaller plate quantities. The new pallet loader will be
available later this year.
The new KODAK MAGNUS 400 II Platesetter images up to 22 plates per hour,
while the MAGNUS 400 II QUANTUM Platesetter boasts an imaging rate of up
to 38 plates per hour. By supporting two to six page plate sizes, the MAGNUS
400 II Platesetters give printers the flexibility to image a wider range of plates
and provide support for a greater variety of presses. The combination of a MAGNUS 400 II Platesetter, KODAK Unified Workflow Solutions and KODAK Plates
creates a cost effective, all in one prepress solution for performance minded
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commercial and label printers.
A new level of productivity and automation in thermal digital platesetting for the
newspaper market is being shown with the KODAK GENERATION NEWS System. The KODAK GENERATION NEWS Platesetter combines the high quality
and stability of KODAK SQUARESPOT Imaging Technology with exceptional
productivity. Up to four plate cassettes enable automatic loading and unloading of multiple plate sizes, and up to 1,600 broadsheet plates or 800 panorama
plates can be online, running continuously with no operator intervention. Integrated plate size selection, slip sheet removal, transport to the imaging engine,
centering, and registration are all automated to eliminate errors.
New KODAK Photo and Fine Art Media in the Photo and Fine Art Media PR
include five product options: Coated Matte, Textured, Smooth, Fibre Glossy and
Fibre Satin. Each of these bases is suitable for long term display or archival
storage when used in concert with pigmented inks.
Workflow Solutions
Kodak will show a range of digital plates for the global CTP market at drupa,
including the new KODAK SWORD J Thermal Plate. Available only in Japan,
SWORD J Thermal Plates help printers deliver excellent print quality with KODAK STACCATO Screening Technology and strong durability for web offset
printing with superb reliability, repeatability, convenience, and speed. By doing
away with preheating and postbaking, SWORD J Thermal Plates cut processing
times, consume less energy and provide easy processor maintenance.
Digital print workflow tools; a device based color management platform; next
generation screening technologies; a PDF editing solution for Adobe Illustrator;
enhanced automation and job planning capabilities for packaging workflows; and
extended support for JDF lead a series of new features in KODAK PRINERGY
Workflow System Version 5.0. Marking a substantial expansion of the industry
leading workflow and connectivity solution, PRINERGY Workflow System Version 5.0 delivers optimal integration, productivity and automation for blended
conventional and digital production environments. As a component of KODAK
Web to Print Solutions, PRINERGY Workflow System enables zero touch automation, or the elimination of virtually all manual processes from customer orders through to completed jobs, using Rules Based Automation technology.
SWORD J Thermal Plates provide environmental benefits by utilizing new low
alkalinity chemicals for reduced chemical consumption. Another plate featured
at drupa, the KODAK THERMAL DIRECT Non Process Plate, also helps customers reduce environmental impact by eliminating the need for a plate processor and processing chemistry.
KODAK COLORFLOW Software aligns color across devices, enabling integrated color control with the KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System. COLORFLOW Software delivers Color Relationship Management that unifies all the
color elements, such as ICC profiles, curves and spot color recipes, managing
the relationship between them and the device print conditions.
The industry’s broadest portfolio of digital halftone, inkjet and virtual proofing
systems will be represented in Kodak’s drupa stand.
KODAK COLORFLOW Software with Ink Optimizing Solution helps reduce ink
consumption and ink costs for web and sheetfed printers while improving print
quality through greater press stability. The Ink Optimizing Solution produces ICC
device link profiles that can be used to reseparate images automatically through
GCR separation techniques within the PRINERGY Workflow.
The KODAK APPROVAL NX Digital Color Imaging System is making its fifth appearance at drupa, a sign of its versatility and adaptability for new applications.
The APPROVAL NX System remains as relevant and important as ever for printers needing high quality, accurate halftone proofing. A series of new features
for the APPROVAL NX Digital Proofing System, which enhance its functionality
for package printers and converters, will be shown at drupa.
Kodak is unveiling new features for KODAK Proofing Software, one of the key
components of Kodak’s complete proofing portfolio. These new features make
it easier for package printers and converters to proof using inkjet printers. The
newest version of the software, which drives popular inkjet proofing devices as
well as the KODAK APPROVAL Digital Color Imaging System, now will also drive
the new EPSON STYLUS Pro 7900 and 9900 Printers for wider gamut printing.
A suite of new inkjet media solutions from Kodak is ready for the discerning standards of the world’s most demanding artists and photographers. With KODAK
Photo and Fine Art Media, users can achieve vivid, vibrant and finely detailed
image reproduction for high quality portrayal of original creative work.
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The KODAK INSITE Creative Workflow System family delivers support for both
inbound and outbound channels to offer a comprehensive communication solution including Personalized URL (PURL) support, variable email, personalized
landing pages and VDP. For print service providers moving beyond “ink on paper” to become marketing service providers, KODAK INSITE Print Campaign
Manager provides analysis and management of customer data to create even
more relevant and profitable targeted communications. Fully integrated with Kodak’s Unified Workflow Solutions, INSITE Print Campaign Manager is an innovative solution that is able to define each element of a marketing campaign,
including outbound and inbound channels, landing sites, personalized URLs,
email blasts, and key metrics and analytics.
KODAK DARWIN Software Version 3.0, with features to streamline the process
of creative content development while giving higher productivity to users with
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advanced and professional VDP requirements, will be shown as a technology
demonstration. The scaleable software integrates with KODAK Web Composition Solution and allows users to share templates on the KODAK INSITE Storefront System or through third party web to print solutions.
DARWIN Version 3.0 Software supports cross media programs by enabling creation of personalized HTML documents, is compatible with MACINTOSH and
PC environments, and leverages the full power of Adobe® In Design® CS3,
Photoshop® CS3 and Dreamweaver® CS3 Software. A new graphical user
interface makes working with DARWIN Version 3.0 Software even easier and
more intuitive.
KODAK EMS Business Software provides management for the totality of a
printer’s business and serves as a catalyst for change. As an ERP/MIS solution, EMS Software creates business efficiency and delivers real time access
to key productivity indicators that help drive business growth and success in today’s dynamic business environment. Visitors to Kodak’s stand will be able to
see new bidirectional connectivity between EMS Business Software and INSITE
Storefront System. The automatic processing of web based orders reduces the
potential for human error and greatly reduces the costs of handling these orders.
Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group announces a new set of workflow
solutions for digital production printing to its OEM channels at drupa 2008. At
Kodak’s stand, the new workflow products will be demonstrated as a simulation
of a real print provider site.
Business Development and Sustainability Solutions
In addition to hardware, software and products, Kodak’s drupa stand includes
tools and programs for helping print service providers identify new business opportunities and move toward greater sustainability.
Digital printers participating in KODAK MARKETMOVER Business Development Services now have more opportunities to maximize their revenue and profit
potential. The expanded online KODAK MARKETMOVER Resource Center features enhanced navigation capabilities in five languages, new tools to help users
identify materials of most value to them, and an updated, easy to use interface
that allows customers to interact with the site’s content. An enhanced “search”
feature and a mechanism for users to provide real time feedback for continuous
improvement of the site are also included.
The MARKETMOVER Business Development Service also now features expanded consulting and training services in EAMER. KODAK MARKETMOVER
Services Professionals work directly with print providers in developing marketing
plans, training senior management and sales representatives on new business
opportunities, and supporting marketing and sales programs.
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Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group expands its program of bringing localized sustainability information to specific geographic regions. A kit with information and resources to help printers in the U.K. and DACH regions understand
how sustainability may impact their business debuts at drupa. Content for the
kit, titled ‘Toward Greater Sustainability…Together,’ was developed specifically
for European markets, and focuses on the business and operational implications
of a sustainability program.
Document Imaging and Digital Photography Solutions
Digital Camera Systems from the LEAF AFi line will be on display. The LEAF
AFi Medium Format Digital Camera System targets professional photographers
who seek top level speed, intuitive design and exceptional quality. The LEAF
AFi Camera is the only 6 x 6 auto focus, medium format digital camera on the
market. The integrated camera system delivers unsurpassed image quality by
integrating outstanding hardware, including Schneider AFD lenses and LEAF
Digital Imaging Technology.
The LEAF AFi Medium Format Digital Camera System offers the same ultra fast
speed established by the LEAF APTUS family of digital camera backs, while
supporting unlimited burst shooting. The capture rate is as high as 82 frames
per minute, using CCD image sensors of up to 48 mm x 36 mm, with up to 33
megapixel resolution. The high level of integration in the camera system helps
ensure simple and accurate operation. The LEAF Capture Software is bundled
with the AFi package and offers free Live View capabilities.
In addition to its products and services for the commercial printing market, Kodak’s exhibit at drupa 2008 will utilize KODAK Scanners for capturing sales
leads. The KODAK i1220 Scanners will capture business cards and leads from
visitors to Kodak’s stand. The KODAK i1400 Series Scanner will capture transaction information from customers making purchases of Kodak’s products at the
show.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
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and applications.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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05/30/2008
KODAK STACCATO CX Screening Enables Users to
Configure Screen Settings for Diverse Printing Needs
and Environments
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 30—Kodak showcases at drupa its groundbreaking KODAK STACCATO CX Screening and KODAK MAXTONE CX Screening Technologies. CX Technology enables users to configure MAXTONE AM
and STACCATO FM screens to suit their printing environments.
Unique to Kodak, the CX Technology suite enables users to configure the highlight, midtone, and shadow dots of both AM and FM screens. This gives printers
the flexibility to fine tune screens to suit their entire print production system and
exploit the fullest capabilities of their platesetter, plates, press, and consumables.
Kodak redesigned the STACCATO Screening engine for KODAK PRINERGY
Workflow System, Version 4 in 2007 and is now releasing user configurable
functionality with STACCATO CX Screening Technology in PRINERGY, Version
5.
STACCATO and STACCATO CX Screening enable high fidelity, consistent
presswork that exhibits fine detail without halftone rosettes, screening or subject moiré, gray level limitations, or abrupt jumps in tone. The configurability of
STACCATO CX makes these benefits accessible to a wider range of printers
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“MAXTONE Hybrid AM and STACCATO Hybrid FM Screening Solutions are being used with great success in commercial, publication, packaging, and newspaper environments today,” said Dan Blondal, Technology Manager, Print Quality,
Enterprise Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “CX gives users
the ability to select slightly finer or slightly coarser MAXTONE and STACCATO
Screen rulings than previously available, with the additional ability to configure
the highlight and the shadow dot sizes. Initial response from Kodak users is
very positive and we expect this feature to be a popular differentiator for our
customers.” STACCATO CX Screening is enabled by KODAK SQUARESPOT
Thermal Imaging Heads, which provide unparalleled process stability by minimizing the impact of fluctuations in daily processing conditions. This makes fine
screening, such as STACCATO Screening, a practical, reliable tool for today’s
pressroom.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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05/29/2008
Kodak Spotlights Stream Inkjet Technology and Other
Inkjet Platforms for Production Printers to Grow Roll
Fed Volumes
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29— Kodak presents the industry’s widest
range of inkjet innovations at drupa 2008. Systems representing Kodak’s three
platforms for inkjet production printing—continuous inkjet, drop on demand
(DOD) and KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology—will be on display. Kodak’s wide
breadth of inkjet solutions provides production printing solutions to a range of
markets. With Kodak, production printers can select from a number of options
to get the system that best meets their unique requirements.
Kodak’s inkjet production solutions currently help commercial printers establish
a competitive advantage by offering addressing and in line personalization capabilities, as well as streamlining production of personalized direct mail solicitations. Transactional printers that want to reduce inventory costs and increase
the overall value of transactional communications, as well as publishers looking to lower production costs and reach lower, economical run lengths, also can
benefit from Kodak’s inkjet production solutions.
“By leveraging our experience in inkjet printing, and combining with it Kodak’s
strength in offering robust, unified workflow and prepress solutions, we will bring
new production level solutions based on our diverse technology platforms,” said
Isidre Rosello, General Manager, Inkjet Printing Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic
Communications Group, and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. “KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology will serve as the cornerstone of our future inkjet
product line.”
KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology is a continuous inkjet system that enables
offset class reliability, productivity, cost and quality with the full benefits of digital printing for high volume commercial applications. Stream Inkjet Technology
serves as an entrée for continuous inkjet printing into commercial printers that
want the benefits of variable data, short run, personalization or versioning on
their jobs traditionally produced using offset presses.
Print service providers using full color continuous inkjet technology have formerly been limited to printing on uncoated paper stock with dye water based
inks or higher cost inkjet coated substrates. With KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology, both claycoated and uncoated papers can be utilized to meet the needs
of commercial printers for applications like catalogs, direct mail and free standing
inserts.
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Kodak’s drupa stand features two technology demonstrations of KODAK Stream
Inkjet Technology. The Stream Concept Press shows a system with resolution
that exceeds 600 dpi at fast production speeds. Developed from the ground up
as a high volume production system solution, the technology demonstration incorporates Kodak’s 10 years of roll fed color inkjet experience coupled with technical expertise in print technology development, workflow, color management,
and ink and media interaction. The Stream Concept Printhead from Kodak will
also be on display, demonstrating the speed and integration capabilities of the
technology. Capable of delivering monochrome offset class VDP applications
at up to 1,000 fpm to commercial offset printers, the Stream Concept Printhead
from Kodak shows Stream Inkjet Technology’s potential for hybrid printing. As
the first planned product with this new technology, the 4 inch Stream Concept
Printhead from Kodak is designed to produce a deep, rich black at 600 dpi on
glossy substrates, and to be easy to operate and service.
drupa visitors will see the KODAK VERSAMARK VT3000 Printing System based
on Kodak’s traditional continuous inkjet platform. A scaleable solution that can
be customized for speed, configuration and color based on unique customer
needs, the VT3000 System is ideal for transactional and TransPromo applications and will be printing a transactional job live on Kodak’s stand. Capable of
maximum speeds of 500 feet per minute that yield up to 2,040 pages per minute,
the system can produce monochrome, spot and process color printing all on the
same platform.
Also on display at drupa, the new KODAK VERSAMARK VL2000 Printing System utilizes DOD print technology for a direct mail application from a “white paper
in” configuration. The system will be formally launched at drupa and is ideal for
transactional and commercial print environments with volumes ranging from 1
million to 5 million impressions per month. It employs roll to roll operation at
600 dpi x 600 dpi and a maximum speed of 250 feet per minute at up to 18.67
inches in width, and eliminates the redundant process of printing full color shells
for transactional applications.
“As the industry accelerates the pace of adoption of digital printing, our commercial inkjet portfolio based on these three technology platforms will continue
to provide customers with preferred roll fed solutions,” said Rosello.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
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new profit opportunities.”
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages. #
(Kodak and Versamark are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
02/06/2008
Kodak Displays Print’s Flexible Future at drupa 2008
Provides customers with standard of quality and reliability to drive profitable
growth
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, Jan. 17—Flexible solutions that help print providers
develop the right production system for their unique business and customer
needs—regardless of the type of technology they choose—will be the focus of
Kodak’s presence at drupa 2008.
The company’s stand, D01, in Hall 5 will showcase a wide range of hardware
and software innovations that generate revenue, profit, growth, and business
opportunities for print service providers and their clients, reinforcing print’s role
at the heart of successful communications campaigns under the banner of “print
is powerful.”
“We are excited about going to drupa 2008 with such a strong range of new
products and featuring our complete Graphic Communications Group portfolio
for the first time at a drupa event,” said Philip J. Faraci, President and Chief Operating Officer, Eastman Kodak Company. “We listen carefully to our customers,
and their requirement for a certain standard of quality, reliability and throughput,
together with a known cost of operation, has been the driver for us in delivering
offset class solutions to help them grow their businesses and take advantage of
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Kodak is the only supplier with conventional and digital solutions operating within
a comprehensive and proven unified workflow that intelligently automates and
integrates business, data, color and production processes to provide customers
with the highest levels of efficiency. In addition to its products and services for the
commercial printing market, Kodak’s exhibit at drupa 2008 will include scanners
and software for document imaging applications.
Featured Solutions: Digital Printing New and established electrophotographic
and inkjet systems that enable print providers to expand capabilities and applications using digital technology will be on display at Kodak’s drupa stand.
Electrophotographic Systems Offset class solutions for short run and variable
data printing, spanning black and white and color in sheetfed and roll fed systems, will be featured in the electrophotographic technology section. Whether
ready to start with digital printing or move to the next level, print providers can
take advantage of trends in color, versioning, shorter runs and variable data with
a range of presses within the KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Color Platform.
A new series of S-Class branded KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Production Color
Presses leads the list of innovations, productivity and feature enhancements,
and workflow applications Kodak is bringing to the electrophotographic side of
the digital printing market. The KODAK NEXPRESS S3000, S2500 and S2100
Digital Production Color Presses bring a new level of modularity to the digital
production color market, offering flexible front end options, input and output accessories, unique security application capabilities and on site upgradeability.
Small to mid-sized print providers that want to efficiently and productively produce short run digital color work, as well as incorporate variable data and in-line
finishing, can choose from new accessories for the KODAK NEXPRESS M700
Digital Color Press. Options include a feeder module, finisher, saddle stitcher,
booklet trimmer, puncher unit, document inserter unit, and a high capacity delivery configuration.
An extensive line of new front-end systems for NEXPRESS Presses, new versions for the KODAK NEXPRESS V and KODAK NEXPRESS Vp Front Ends,
and a new NEXPRESS Vcs Front End will also be on display. The NEXPRESS
V and Vp Front Ends, using the ADOBE PDF Print Engine, and the NEXPRESS
Vcs Front End, using software from Kodak’s Print On Demand Solutions (PODS)
Group, fit seamlessly with the widest range of workflow applications.
The NEXPRESS S-Series Presses, namely the NEXPRESS S3000 and S2500
Presses, as well as the NEXPRESS M700 Press, will be on display. Glossing, fifth color option, and software and substrate flexibility make NEXPRESS
Presses ideal for applications requiring outstanding quality, such as annual
reports and photobooks. NEXPRESS Presses benefit from the KODAK Uni-
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fied Workflow solutions and the unparalleled Operator Replaceable Component
product architecture, which enables printers to optimize margins and productivity.
The VERSAMARK VL2000 System employs drop-on-demand print technology
with image resolution of 600 x 600 dpi and operates at maximum production
capacity of 1,090 A4 (letter sized) impressions per minute.
Print providers in the production cut-sheet black and white market can integrate
new workflows, expand finishing services, and improve the overall reliability of
their black and white operations with enhancements to the KODAK DIGIMASTER EX Digital Production Systems. New Print Production Software improves
workflow efficiency by providing support for JDF capability, while expanded support for the integration of the KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System 5.0 extends
connectivity to all digital production systems with a range of powerful new features designed for the specific demands of digital applications. New features
include Smart Lists, a revolutionary job queue management tool designed to
optimize productivity and provide operators with total bidirectional job visibility
down to the KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Color Production Presses.
KODAK Stream Concept Press and the VERSAMARK VL2000 Printing System
will be driven by new front ends from Kodak’s PODS Group. Another growth segment, hybrid applications, utilizes inkjet print heads mounted on offset presses
to place variable data on materials as they’re printed.
Print engine enhancements designed to improve overall performance to the
DIGIMASTER EX Digital Production Systems also enable the ability to print on a
wide variety of substrates. The addition of the Watkiss SpineMaster accessory
to the DIGIMASTER EX System’s booklet maker allows printers to finish documents with a high quality, professional appearance without the additional cost
of perfect binding.
Inkjet Printing Systems Through innovative technology enhancements in color,
speed and quality, high volume inkjet printing has expanded into a wide range
of applications such as direct mail addressing and imprinting, barcoding, newspapers, packaging, book printing and TransPromo communications.
Kodak will demonstrate the next generation of continuous inkjet technology as
it displays the KODAK Stream Concept Press publicly for the first time at drupa
2008. The higher resolution, smaller ink droplet size, and faster generations of
drops involved in Stream Technology will take inkjet technology to offset class
quality, productivity and cost.
With Stream Technology, mild heat fluctuations of the surface of the ink results
in the formation of ink droplets at high speed. Capable of producing 2,500 A4
(letter sized) pages per minute, Stream Technology uses pigment inks to provide permanence on coated papers and a range of other commercial printing
substrates.
The latest expansion of the KODAK VERSAMARK V-Series Printing Systems
portfolio brings higher resolution to Kodak’s inkjet line and provides an affordable solution for the mid volume range of bill and statement producers. The
new KODAK VERSAMARK VL2000 Printing System targets data centers with
volumes of more than 1 million per month of transactional, promotional and
TransPromo documents, such as billing, account statements, and direct mail.
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Featured Solutions: Prepress Kodak’s broad range of prepress solutions¸ including proofing systems, CTP platesetters, digital plates, and the widely accepted
KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System for offset and flexographic printing, will
be on display at drupa 2008.
Kodak offers digital halftone, inkjet and virtual proofing systems. The KODAK
APPROVAL NX Digital Color Imaging System will be on display with a new set
of extended gamut donors that meet the demanding needs of packaging customers. Additionally, Kodak will unveil new features of KODAK Proofing Software that allow customers in the commercial and packaging segments to successfully proof the most challenging color jobs both on popular inkjet printers
and with the KODAK APPROVAL Digital Color Proofing System.
Kodak will also show a number of its industry leading solutions for digital plate
production, including KODAK MAGNUS and TRENDSETTER Platesetters. KODAK Platesetters utilize KODAK SQUARESPOT Imaging Technology to provide
exceptionally high resolution images and superior imaging stability. In addition,
KODAK STACCATO Screening offers high fidelity, continuous tone images that
exhibit fine detail and an extended color gamut. At drupa 2008, Kodak will unveil
the fastest and most productive addition to its KODAK MAGNUS 800 Platesetter line. The KODAK MAGNUS 800Z QUANTUM Platesetter images up to 60
8-page plates per hour at the highest image quality available in the industry.
In addition, the platesetter has a new, advanced thermal head that generates
double the laser power of its MAGNUS Platesetter predecessors.
In response to the emergence of the extremely wide format market and the adoption of presses with formats as wide as 80 pages and beyond, Kodak will introduce an XLF platesetter in the first quarter of 2008. The KODAK MAGNUS XLF
80 QUANTUM Platesetter supports extremely large formats up to 80 pages. The
MAGNUS XLF 80 Platesetter is based on the market leading KODAK MAGNUS
VLF Platesetter, which is the fastest fully automated very large format platesetter
on the market. The MAGNUS XLF 80 Platesetter will offer all of the features that
are critically important to wide format commercial printing operations, including
high speeds of up to 48 plates per hour at resolutions of 2,400 dpi. For packaging converters, Kodak is expanding the capabilities of the KODAK FLEXCEL
NX Digital Flexographic System. The FLEXCEL NX System will now be able to
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produce plates up to a maximum size of 800 x 1067 mm, allowing converters
to use it for a broader range of applications. The FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System is designed to deliver greater latitude on press, improving the
consistency and repeatability of the printed result. Capable of high resolution
flexographic printing, it provides previously unachievable offset class print quality on a wide variety of substrates, including paper, flexible film, foil, and label
stock. Kodak is a global leader in digital plates and at drupa will demonstrate
significant advances that strengthen this position. Visitors will be able to see the
latest innovations in Kodak’s no preheat positive plate technology.
In addition, drupa visitors will see technology advances that support sustainability. Currently, KODAK THERMAL DIRECT Non Process Plates help customers
reduce environmental impact by eliminating the need for a plate processor and
processing chemistry. Customers can lower their water and electricity usage
and remove the negative environmental impacts of chemistry transportation and
disposal. Building on the success of THERMAL DIRECT Non Process Plates,
Kodak will expand the family of plates that support sustainability. New plate
technologies will allow a broader group of printers to move toward a positive
green footprint and extend the non process technology to other segments of the
printing industry.
In addition to introducing new CTP solutions, Kodak announces that it will expand its plate manufacturing facility in Xiamen, China, with the addition of a
second production line. Opened just two months ago, the state of the art facility produces both digital and conventional printing plates. The opening and
expansion of the Xiamen facility is in response to the growing demand for KODAK Plates worldwide, as well as part of Kodak’s commitment to provide plate
production close to customers and tailor product to local needs.
Featured Solutions: Unified Workflow Kodak’s efficient, comprehensive Unified
Workflow solutions, which intelligently automate and integrate business, data,
color and production processes for both conventional and digital production, will
be featured at drupa 2008.
A series of new features and functions in the KODAK PRINERGY Workflow
System 5.0 allows users to process static and variable data printing (VDP)
jobs through the same workflow, manage end to end color on multiple devices,
and automate complex routines in print production workflows. The PRINERGY
Workflow System 5.0 features a revolutionary new digital print management tool
designed to optimize productivity for digital applications, and for the first time delivers a comprehensive solution integrating both conventional and digital workflows. The PRINERGY Workflow System 5.0 also features a new color handling
platform designed to simplify and automate color management tasks by integrating ICC profiles, calibration curves and color recipes into one single device
based print condition.
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With the introduction of the newest versions of KODAK INSITE Variable Data
Desktop Software Version 4.0 and the KODAK PRINERGY Digital Print System
Version 5.0, Kodak will extend the capability of its Unified Workflow solutions
to encompass the planning, creating, and executing of personalized, integrated
marketing campaigns.
The KODAK INSITE family delivers support for both inbound and outbound
channels to offer a comprehensive communication solution including Personalized URL (PURL) support, variable email, personalized landing pages and VDP.
Tight integration to the KODAK PRINERGY Digital Print System delivers the intelligent automation required to fulfill the printed components in an “ultraefficient”
way to maximize profitability and effectiveness.
KODAK DARWIN Software will serve as the content creation tool and collaboration platform with KODAK INSITE Software Version 4.0. DARWIN Version
3.0 software includes robust features to streamline the process of creative content development while giving higher productivity to users with advanced and
professional VDP requirements.
As part of Kodak’s Unified Workflow solutions, KODAK EMS Business Software
for enterprise resource planning (ERP) and management information system
(MIS) functions is now commercially available in North America. EMS Business
Software provides management for the totality of a printer’s business and serves
as a catalyst for change, creating business efficiency and delivering real time
access to key productivity indicators that help drive business growth and success
in today’s dynamic business environment.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com, and
1000nerds.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
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To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Podcasts
may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes store
by typing “Kodak Close Up” in the search field at the top of the iTunes Store
window.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos from Kodak’s image library,
visit: www.kodak.com/go/gcg_images.
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are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/04/2008
Al Suwaidi Computers in Dubai Purchases First
KODAK NEXPRESS S3000 Press in the Middle East
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 4— Al Suwaidi Computers expands its digital print offerings for customers and growth opportunities for its own business
with the purchase of a KODAK NEXPRESS S3000 Digital Production Color
Press with KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions. The sale, made
during drupa, represents the first placement of a NEXPRESS S3000 Press in
the Middle East.
vice and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
Al Suwaidi Computers provides reprographics, print on demand, short run and
other digital print services from its seven locations in Dubai. Following the installation of the NEXPRESS S3000 Press, Al Suwaidi will introduce variable data
printing and broaden its color capabilities.
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“With the addition of the NEXPRESS S3000 Press, we plan to establish a centralized digital print production facility that will allow us to bring a number of exciting new capabilities to our customers,” said Shibu Das, General Manager, Al
Suwaidi Computers. “The productivity, reliability and image quality of the NEXPRESS S3000 Press give us a significant competitive advantage in the United
Arab Emirates and provide us with tremendous new business potential.”
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The NEXPRESS S3000 Digital Production Color Press is a highly productive
digital color printing solution, delivering 3,000 A3/tabloid 4/0 sheets per hour
(100 pages per minute) on a very wide range of substrates. NEXPRESS Fifth
Imaging Unit Solutions include inline coating, glossing, or a fifth color to expand
the printing gamut and reproduce spot colors.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Ser-
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(Kodak and NexPress are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
BührmannUbbens Signs Agreement at drupa to Sell
the KODAK NEXPRESS M700 Press in the Netherlands
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 6 — BührmannUbbens, the largest paper
supplier in the Netherlands, expands its product offerings for customers interested in digital color printing. The company signed an agreement at drupa to
sell the KODAK NEXPRESS M700 Digital Color Press in the Netherlands.
BührmannUbbens provides a wide range of paper, supplies, other media/substrates
and services to companies throughout the Netherlands. It serves customers in a
number of markets such as commercial print, corporate, display copy center and
offices. As digital printing is rapidly becoming a popular choice in the commercial print market and is often offered side by side with offset printing, in order to
provide more flexible solutions, forward-looking BührmannUbbens recognises
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this trend, and after careful consideration decided to partner with Kodak to take
on this new challenge.
“Many of the applications that customers produce on our paper and media are
ideally suited for short run digital color printing,” said M. van der Vijver,” Managing Director, BührmannUbbens. “We selected the NEXPRESS M700 as the
digital color press to offer because of its outstanding output and productivity. It
also fits perfectly with the wide assortment of paper that we supply as it supports
a really broad range of substrate types.” The NEXPRESS M700 press produces
short run, variable data applications with high-impact color, such as direct mail,
brochures, business documents, posters, newsletters, manuals, and more. The
M700 prints at 70 A4/letter pages per minute (4200 sheets per hour) and delivers
excellent image quality, productive throughput across all supported substrates,
application flexibility and integration with existing digital workflows. BührmannUbbens has many years of experience in the digital XL-printing market (sales
and service), and are recognised as a trustworthy partner in the new area of expertise, making the company an ideal one-stop-shop partner for printers in the
Netherlands.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About BührmannUbbens
BührmannUbbens is a renowned supplier of print media for the commercial
print market and office market, distributor of packaging and screen & sign materials and equipment, and producer of envelopes. BührmannUbbens, market leader in The Netherlands, has approximately 500 employees with a headoffice in Zutphen and subsidiaries in Amsterdam, Utrecht, Eindhoven, Rijen and
Wormerveer.
To learn more about BührmannUbbens products and services, please visit
www.bup.nl.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
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PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com. Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds. To subscribe, visit
www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak
podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our podcasts may
be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes
application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak and NexPress are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
05/29/2008
Kodak Enhances KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Color
Presses and KODAK DIGIMASTER Digital Production
Systems to Increase Speeds and Help Customers
Capture More Business
Faster presses, new features and scaleability boost productivity and capture
higher margins
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29—Adding to an already powerful portfolio of
digital color and black and white electrophotographic printing solutions, Kodak
creates new ways for customers to succeed in a highly competitive market. The
new enhancements unleash the power of Kodak scaleability to help customers
grow their businesses with minimal disruption and investment.
Kodak launches the KODAK NEXPRESS S3600 Digital Production Color Press,
the fastest in its S-Series, with dramatically increased productivity. “At 120
pages per minute (A4), Kodak remains the leader in delivering solutions that take
productivity to a new level,” said Steve Fletcher, General Manager, Electrophotographic Printing Solutions, Vice President, Kodak’s Graphic Communications
Group.
In black and white printing, Kodak previews the KODAK DIGIMASTER EX300
Digital Production System. “At 300 images per minute (A4), Kodak leads the
cut sheet black and white category with the fastest printer on the market today,”
Fletcher said.
“Digital printing is exploding. When customers need more productivity, they
aspire for something simpler or more cost effective than a forklift upgrade.
They want to leverage their investment,” said Fletcher. “Most Kodak customers
with NEXPRESS Presses and DIGIMASTER Systems can achieve these new
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speeds with an upgrade module installed on their existing unit by Kodak.”
New Digital Production Color Press
The new KODAK NEXPRESS S3600 Digital Production Color Press offers 7,200
sheets/hour (A4) allowing print providers to achieve a higher level of productivity
to produce more jobs per hour. Bringing a new level of modularity to the digital production color market, the S3600, as well as the presses in the S-Series,
offers flexible front end options, input and output accessories, unique imaging
application capabilities and onsite upgradeability. These offerings enable print
providers to increase their top line and deliver new applications that yield higher
margins to increase their bottom line.
Modular features of the NEXPRESS S-Class Presses include input feeder options with up to 11,000 sheet capacity, collation capability of up to five different
media, and both cut sheet and roll fed paper on the same press. Output options
support multiple high capacity deliveries, as well as an inline or near line booklet
makers. Along with the KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit Solution, a near
line KODAK NEXPRESS Glossing Unit can add a high gloss finish for surface
protection and varnished look.
As part of Kodak’s commitment to enabling print providers to leverage their press
investment and achieve a higher return on investment, NEXPRESS S-Series
Presses can be upgraded onsite to increase output speed, add color imaging
units and input/output options.
Faster Digital Black and White System Previewed
Attendees at drupa can visit the “futures area” on the show floor and find a
preview of the new KODAK DIGIMASTER EX300 Digital Production System, a
unique addition to the highly successful DIGIMASTER family. With exceptional
dependability, the EX300 will be the fastest cut sheet black and white electrophotographic printer in the market, printing at a rate of 18,000 images per hour (A4).
Kodak will also make available a speed upgrade module that will enable current
owners of the DIGIMASTER EX or E-Series printers to upgrade their system to
300 ppm. The EX300 is targeted to operations dedicated to publishing, transactional, corporate/government print shops, and direct mail applications where
productivity and turnaround time are critical. It will be available in mid-2009.
The DIGIMASTER Series, including the EX300, also features expanded finishing capability with the choice of the Watkiss SpineMaster and PowerSquare 200
Booklet Maker. These devices produce professional looking booklets ranging in
size from 88 pages to 200 pages and enable print providers to produce booklets
with square backs and print the document’s title or other information on the spine.
The Watkiss PowerSquare 200 BookletMaker will be featured on the DIGIMASTER Systems located in the Watkiss and Ricoh booths. The SpineMaster is
available now, and the PowerSquare 200 will be available in late 2008.
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The DIGIMASTER EX300 System will also connect to the KODAK PRINERGY
Workflow System by utilizing enhancements in KODAK SMARTBOARD Document Mastering Software, where full job ticketing and bidirectional job and print
engine status are supported.
Drive New Color Applications with New Inks
Printed materials from NEXPRESS Presses already have market leading image
quality that visually stands out from others. With the introduction of the new
KODAK NEXPRESS Intelligent Dimensional Coating Solution and the KODAK
NEXPRESS Dimensional Clear Dry Ink, now they stand out even further with
look and feel. Intelligent Dimensional Coating and Dimensional Clear Dry Ink
combine to create a raised printing effect that enables tactile effects so that images can have a dimensional feel that mimics the surface of the items in the
image. For example, customers can print an image of an orange that feels like
an orange or wood grain that feels like wood grain. For added versatility, users
can identify specific areas of the image that are to be raised and specify variable
heights.
In conjunction with the KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit, this unique ink
can be used on any of the wide range of substrates that the NEXPRESS Presses
support, and create raised text or graphics on business cards, greeting cards,
invitations, educational degrees, or direct mail and collateral.
Using this distinctive capability, the KODAK NEXPRESS Intelligent Dimensional
Coating Solution helps print providers create a competitive advantage by offering a unique capability that extends digital color printing into new application
areas, which enables them to differentiate themselves and take advantage of
the opportunity to sell higher value print.
New Substrates Open More Markets
Kodak adds even more flexibility to the NEXPRESS Platform with the expansion of additional unconventional substrates to the qualified list for the KODAK
NEXPRESS S3600, S3000, S2500, S2100, 2500 and 2100 Plus Digital Production Color Presses. These unique substrates include synthetics, magnetic
stock, carbonless and pre converted substrates such as ID cards and presentation folders. With one of the most versatile ranges of substrates in the industry,
these enable print providers to continually adapt to the demands of their clients
for more attention grabbing communications pieces that distinguish their products or services.
New Services and Tools to Help Grow Your Business
Kodak customers participating in the KODAK MARKETMOVER Business Development Services now have more opportunities to maximize their profit potential
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and grow their business. The new KODAK MARKETMOVER Resource Center, being demonstrated at drupa, features enhanced navigation capabilities in
five languages, new tools to help users identify materials of most value to them,
and an updated easy to use user interface that allows customers to interact with
content.
Kodak has also expanded the KODAK MARKETMOVER Consulting and Training Services in Western Europe. MARKETMOVER Service Professionals work
directly with print providers to develop marketing plans, train senior management
and sales representatives on new business opportunities, and support marketing and sales programs. Consulting and training services are now available in
the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, France, Italy, Iberia, and
the International Cluster.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
06/04/2008
Kodak’s Integrated Solutions and Offset Class Output
Draw Global Crowd at drupa 2008
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 4 – drupa 2008 has so far been bathed in
a yellow glow, and not just because of the bright sunshine. The buzz around
Kodak is tangible, with visitors flocking to stand D01 in hall 5 to see the first
drupa appearance of Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group (GCG), and the
broad range of integrated solutions on show.
“Print is Powerful, and drupa proves it”, says Kevin Joyce, Chief Marketing Officer, GCG, Vice President, Kodak. “The show is a global meeting place for the
brightest and best in print, and our booth is crowded with visitors from every
continent. We’re particularly happy to be engaging so many printers from China
and India, both markets critical to future success. Demonstrations are booking
early, we are taking substantial orders right across the product portfolio, and
our Stream Concept Press unveiled here in Düsseldorf is a major focal point,
demonstrating that Kodak leads the way in inkjet innovation with breakthrough
Continuous Inkjet Technology.”
Also capturing attention in the inkjet arena is the new KODAK VERSAMARK
VL2000 System, which utilizes Drop On Demand print technology for direct mail
applications. Visitors are also excited by two new Kodak plate technologies
that deliver exceptional levels of stability, quality and productivity: the KODAK
ELECTRA XD Thermal Printing Plate for offset printing and the new KODAK
FLEXCEL NX Flexographic Printing System which provides gravure quality.
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Process automation is a dominant theme at the show, and Kodak’s Unified Workflow Solutions have attracted particular attention. In addition to the newest KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System Version 5.0, highlights are the KODAK INSITE Campaign Manager, which allows printers to deliver value-added marketing services to their customers, and the KODAK COLORFLOW Software, which
aligns color across devices, enabling total color relationship management. The
Kodak brand catches the eye around the show, with Kodak products on partner
booths in more than two thirds of the halls. All around the fairground, visitors are
sporting Kodak’s yellow bags, and Euro 2008 soccer fever has reached the Kodak booth, with spirited competition for Kodak’s branded footballs. “Technology
always gets the attention at drupa, and Kodak’s range of solutions for offset class
output are stealing the show” adds Joyce. “Customers want reliability, productivity, substrate variety, the right cost of operation and quality. Kodak delivers
on all five, with solutions in litho, inkjet, electrophotographic and flexo.”
(Kodak, NexPress, Digimaster, Prinergy, SmartBoard and MarketMover are
trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
For more on Kodak at drupa, check out GrowYourBiz.kodak.com, the new Kodak
blog for the graphic communications world which was launched at the start of
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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two months. Automation saved us 11 hours of labor per day and let us recover
our investment in just under four and a half months.”
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich their lives. To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs:
1000words.kodak.com, PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages. #
(Kodak, Versamark, Electra, Flexcel, Prinergy, InSite and ColorFlow are trademarks of Kodak.) 2008
06/05/2008
Transcontinental Improves Automation with KODAK
Unified Workflow Solutions
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 5—Transcontinental O’Keefe Montreal produces 500 jobs per month, ranging from magazines and posters to hang tags
for clothing. With a KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System as the backbone of
its production workflow, Transcontinental O’Keefe is finding new ways to easily automate many workflow related tasks that are manual, including confirming
orders, creating jobs, reviewing proofs and more.
“We use PRINERGY Software and do great imposition work with KODAK
PREPS Software, but not too long ago we were still relying on paper, pencil, and
a calculator for creating layouts,” said Rob Lisi, Prepress Manager at Transcontinental. “The click of a wrong key would spell the difference between profit
and loss on a job.” Additional software from Kodak helped Transcontinental implement end to end automation, from online job submission via KODAK INSITE
Prepress Portal System to production planning with KODAK UPFRONT Production Planning Software and imposition, production, reporting and archiving with
the PRINERGY Workflow System.
Lisi added, “Although implementing UPFRONT Software and the automation
required people to change the way they work, our productivity had doubled within
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After six months, the results were in and Lisi could see that the automation program offered quantifiable results that would interest other Transcontinental facilities. Lisi organized a meeting of prepress managers in North America and
presented them with the results of his program. Two sites have already followed
Lisi’s lead, and other sites are considering the program.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak, Prinergy, Preps InSite and Upfront are trademarks of Eastman Kodak
Company.) 2008
05/29/2008
KODAK INSITE Campaign Manager Helps Print Service
Providers Offer Integrated Marketing Campaigns
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29—For print service providers moving beyond “ink on paper” to become marketing service providers, KODAK INSITE
Campaign Manager provides analysis and management of customer data, creating even more relevant and effective targeted communications. Fully integrated
with the KODAK Unified Workflow Solutions, INSITE Campaign Manager is an
innovative solution that is able to define each element of a marketing campaign,
including outbound and inbound channels, landing sites, personalized URLs,
email blasts, and key metrics and analytics.
INSITE Campaign Manager offers powerful tools to manage four key aspects of
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data:
• Campaign Data: manages and organizes marketing campaigns for print service providers on behalf of their customers • Customer Data: provides framework
to consume, cleanse, correct, and process client data • Enhanced Data: provides framework to enhance client data by leveraging geo-demographic data •
Knowledge and Insight: uses a powerful analytical engine to leverage client data
to create marketing campaigns “Kodak delivers a comprehensive solution for
digital print and for campaigns that link with online strategies,” said Jon Bracken,
VP Marketing and Channels, Enterprise Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “INSITE Campaign Manager makes it possible for users to maximize results by assisting with the planning, executing and measuring of communication campaigns, and provides a much needed edge in a highly competitive
market.”
Corporate enterprises today are more demanding than ever and require maximum return on their marketing investments, evaluating each effort for reach and
effectiveness. Similarly, print service providers today are working to find ways
to redefine and expand their businesses while meeting the needs of current customers and attracting new ones.
INSITE Campaign Manager is ideally suited to help both demographics. Print
service providers adopting the solution are able to offer the services most
needed by their customers: campaign creation; data mining and management;
the ability to segment customers and tailor offers that appeal to each group;
seamless integration with KODAK INSITE Variable Data Print System; Adobe®
Dreamweaver® CS3 software integration to create landing sites and HTML
email outbound channels; connectivity with third-party email blast vendors; the
ability to generate secure personalized URLs; metrics tracking; and campaign
ROI reporting. And corporate enterprises partnering with a print service provider
using INSITE Campaign Manager will benefit from an integrated solution that ties
together print and digital channels.
At drupa, Kodak also is showing the INSITE Variable Data Print System 4.0,
a major new release with more robust cross media variable data print features
used for applications such as direct mailers. It uses KODAK DARWIN Desktop
Software 3.0, a new version of the software launching at drupa, for the creation
of print and HTML templates, and adds a workflow component to variable data
printing by leveraging the KODAK INSITE Creative Workflow System. “Having
the option to incorporate variable data into your marketing campaign is critical,
and Kodak provides the technology to manage the process,” added Bracken.
“Our customers have relied on our enabling technology for years, and by integrating INSITE VDP System with the new KODAK PRINERGY Digital Workflow
System and our Unified Workflow, we are making it easier for them to offer a full
suite of services to their customers.”
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KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages. #
(Kodak, InSite, Darwin and Prinergy are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/11/2008
Anton Group Places First UK Order for KODAK
NEXPRESS S3600 Press at drupa, Plans to Expand its
Business in Commercial VDP
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 9 — Anton Group, a full service offset and
digital commercial printing company, sees growth opportunities with customers
in financial, retail and other markets that require high quality jobs with variable
data printing. To meet the demand and drive the growth of this new business,
Anton Group ordered a KODAK NEXPRESS S3600 Digital Production Color
Press at drupa. The NEXPRESS S3600 Press, which was launched at drupa,
serves as the fastest in the S-Series of NEXPRESS Presses. It offers 7,200
sheets/hour (A4), allowing print providers to achieve a greater level of produc-
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tivity to produce more jobs per hour. “As a long time customer of Kodak’s various
digital printing technologies, we continuously look for new solutions to expand
and enhance our dedicated digital operation,” said Bryan Knight, Title, Anton
Group. “When we saw the new NEXPRESS S3600 at drupa, we knew it was
the right press to take our digital print capabilities to the next level. The cost per
page, reliability, image quality and uptime offered by the NEXPRESS S3600
Press made it the right choice.” The NEXPRESS S3600 marks Anton Group’s
fifth installation of a NEXPRESS press. The company also features two KODAK
DIGIMASTER EX150 Digital Production Systems. Anton Group offers hybrid
printing with a KODAK VERSAMARK D-Series Printing System with Kodak Continuous Inkjet Technology incorporated with an offset press. The new KODAK
NEXPRESS S3600 Digital Production Color Press delivers 7,200 sheets/hour
(A4) allowing print providers to achieve a higher level of productivity to produce
more jobs per hour. Bringing a new level of modularity to the digital production
color market, the S3600, as well as the presses in the S-Series, offers flexible
front end options, input and output accessories, unique imaging application capabilities and onsite upgradeability. These offerings enable print providers to
increase their top line and deliver new applications that yield higher margins to
increase their bottom line. KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and
Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated
services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support
services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are
uniquely qualified to provide services that control costs, maximize productivity,
and minimize business risk. About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash
the power of pictures and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com. Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds. To subscribe, visit
www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak
podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our podcasts may
be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes
application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak, NexPress and Versamark are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.)
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06/03/2008
Royal Broese & Peereboom Eliminates Plate
Production Shifts, Increases Overall Print Capacity
KODAK MAGNUS 800Z QUANTUM Platesetter improves bottom line
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 3—For nearly 225 years, Royal Broese &
Peereboom in Breda, Holland, has been working with its customers to deliver
the most efficient, high quality solutions in prepress and printing. It provides offset and digital printing for the Dutch market as well as international clients based
around the world, and its 100 employees specialize in producing everything from
brochures and financial reports to b2b communications and other promotional
materials.
The installation of a KODAK MAGNUS 800Z QUANTUM Platesetter, along with
a KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System, at Royal Broese & Peereboom has
been so successful that the company, which occupies a modern 6,000 square
meter facility, eliminated the night shift in its prepress department and now produces all of the plates required for the pressroom during the day.
“After testing the MAGNUS 800Z QUANTUM Platesetter for about two months,
we decided to put it into production. The speed of 60 plates per hour, the automation based on the Multi Cassette Unit and the printing quality were all perfect for our needs, and will allow us to accelerate our production,” said Royal
Broese & Peereboom General Manager Wim Merkx. “The implementation of
the MAGNUS 800Z QUANTUM Platesetter has resulted in huge benefits both
in the prepress department and the pressroom.”
The company, which is ISO and FSC certified, found that the ease of use makes
the machine ideal for unattended operation, and the large plate receiver is able to
handle the needed volume of imaged plates. With six multicolor HEIDELBERG
sheet fed presses, ranging from an A3 PRINTMASTER to two HEIDELBERG
XL Presses with a sheet size of 750 mm x 1,050 mm, the ability to hold four
different plate sizes within the KODAK Multi Cassette Unit enables the company
to supply the appropriate plates to all of its presses. In addition, the MAGNUS
800Z QUANTUM Platesetter automatically selects the correct plate for the next
job to be handled.
The automation features of the platesetter enable the Royal Broese & Peereboom operators to prepare the jobs and set the device to produce plates
overnight with no manual intervention. When the press operators arrive in the
morning, plates for the first jobs of the day are ready to go. The company has
been operating like this for several months, and the reliable performance of the
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“We also have experienced some major advantages in the pressroom, with much
faster makereadies allowing us to reduce paper waste and produce more work,”
added Merkx. “With approximately 10,000 jobs a year, significant savings on
makeready times across all of our presses obviously has a major impact on cost
effectiveness.” The KODAK MAGNUS 800Z QUANTUM Platesetter employs a
new, advanced thermal head that generates double the laser power of earlier
MAGNUS Platesetters. The new thermal head not only increases the speed of
plate production, but also provides broader imaging latitude and higher stability
in case of plate sensitivity variations.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak, Magnus, Quantum and Prinergy are trademarks of Eastman Kodak
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First UK Sale of New KODAK GENERATION NEWS
System is made at drupa 2008
UK’s Archant Print selects two thermal digital platestters to increase speed and
throughput, and attain ability to print FM Screening using Staccato
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 5 — Kodak has announced the first UK customer for its new GENERATION NEWS System – Kodak’s new thermal computer to plate (CTP) solution. Norwich based media company Archant, the
UK’s largest independently-owned regional media business, placed the order
for two Z Speed variants on Kodak’s booth at drupa - the world’s largest printing
exhibition. The investment also comprises the powerful open standards workflow management system, KODAK NEWSMANAGER and KODAK PRINERGY
EVO Software, a powerful PDF workflow management tool for high performance
newspaper prepress, which enables a flexible, automated workflow from edition
plan to plate production.
Archant, which already uses KODAK NEWSETTER Systems and KODAK
THERMALNEWS GOLD Digital Plates, made the investment in the advanced
GENERATION NEWS Systems in order to increase capacity and maximize
throughput of its newly expanded facility.
Archant Print’s Managing Director Nick Schiller says, “Recent expansion of our
print operation required increased capacity and redundancy, so we took the decision to strengthen our existing technology with Kodak’s new GENERATION
NEWS Systems.”
The GENERATION NEWS Platesetter has multiple plate cassettes, enabling
fast plate loading and unloading of multiple plate sizes. The system can load up
to 1600 broadsheet plates or 800 panorama plates while running continuously
with no operator intervention. Integrated plate size selection, slip sheet removal,
and three point registration are all automated to eliminate errors.
“Archant was the first company in the UK to install Kodak’s NEWSETTER System and we are pleased to once again be the first to purchase Kodak’s next
generation of thermal platesetter”, continues Schiller. “We have always been extremely impressed with thermal technology and this latest investment in Kodak’s
breakthrough GENERATION NEWS System is set to further strengthen our capabilities as each platesetter will enable us to image 268 broadsheet plates per
hour at 391mm width and at 1270 dpi.
“As a high-performance newspaper printer, it is also vital that our entire workflow
is managed efficiently. The impressive attributes of KODAK NEWSMANAGER
Software will afford us further new productivity enhancing benefits by automating
and managing the production of plates, thereby delivering greater versatility and
freeing up resources”, he adds.
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The GENERATION NEWS Platesetter also features Kodak’s unique SQUARESPOT
Thermal Imaging Technology, which has been adopted from the commercial environment and provides consistent dot accuracy and tonal stability. This enables
Archant to achieve up to 200 lpi and implement KODAK STACCATO Screening
Technology.
This is set to deliver further benefits to Archant’s print operations by enabling
higher screen rules; sharper linework; excellent reverse type and legibility. The
Thermal technology minimizes early dot wear on the plate and eliminates variation found in visible light and UV systems.
“Now that ‘semi-commercial’ printing has become an unstoppable trend in future
newspaper press investments, this type of solution will become invaluable”, says
Jack Knadjian, Vice President Publishing Market Segment, Kodak’s Graphic
Communications Group. “The GENERATION NEWS System will provide our
customers with the quality and stability they require, without having to sacrifice
the productivity and plate automation that are demanded for newspaper deadlines. As such, it offers a ‘no compromise solution’ that combines the best attributes of both visible light and thermal systems.”
The KODAK GENERATION NEWS Systems will be installed at Archant’s Norwich printing facility, which together with its Ipswich site, prints the majority of
the group’s newspaper titles and offers a contract print service. As a whole, the
Archant Group employs 2600 people throughout England and has an annual
turnover of £194 million.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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05/19/2008
KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Production Color Presses
Approved and Licensed by Pantone
ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 19—There is new indisputable evidence of the quality
and color consistency of KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Color Production Presses.
Pantone, Inc., a world leader in color standards, licensed all KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Production Color Presses as approved for the PANTONE®
MATCHING SYSTEM® and the new PANTONE GOE™ System.
Achieving Pantone approval is confirmation that a production device is capable
of achieving approved PANTONE Colors. The color range is larger than ever,
with Pantone’s introduction in late 2007 of the new PANTONE GOE System,
which adds more than 2,000 unique colors to the just less than 1,200 in the
PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM.
“Pantone licensing is news that can help NEXPRESS Press users sell more
digital print work by differentiating their print output,” said Steve Fletcher, General Manager, Electrophotographic Printing Solutions, and Vice President, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “It lets print buyers know that their print
provider will be able to meet their image quality expectations with the NEXPRESS Presses and that the final print will match their design requirements.”
The PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM and PANTONE GOE System designations apply to the following NEXPRESS Presses: S3000, S2500, S2100, 2500,
2100 Plus and 2100. New installations, as well as those already at customers’
locations, are approved according to PANTONE Color standards.
“Receiving official Pantone approval involves a rigorous process to assure that
a device can deliver the highest standards of accurate color reproduction,” said
Andy Hatkoff, Vice President of Advanced Color Systems, Pantone. “The ability to reproduce PANTONE Color standards consistently and accurately provides major advantages that increase customer loyalty and business for print
providers.”
“This industry renowned standard is further substantiation that Kodak is dedicated to providing innovative solutions that meet the demanding needs of the
graphic communications market as print providers continue to adopt and use digital printing as a way to expand their business and profit from the many changes
occurring in the industry,” continued Fletcher.
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KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com, and
1000nerds.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol.
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06/03/2008
Kodak Announces Five New JDF Certifications for
KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System
Latest additions give PRINERGY more JDF certifications and compliance than
any other workflow solution on the market
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 3—Kodak believes strongly in the key role
that Job Definition Format (JDF) plays in automating graphic arts workflow by
bringing together disparate systems from a variety of suppliers and enabling
them to speak the same language. With its five new JDF certifications for
KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System, Kodak now offers more JDF certifications and compliance than any other workflow solution on the market, enabling
PRINERGY to better integrate and communicate with a wide variety of peripheral solutions, including Management Information Systems (MIS). These five
new certifications demonstrate Kodak’s ongoing commitment to the JDF movement across the industry.
the Unified Workflow, providing a flexible and powerful set of solutions that enable our customers to maximize productivity and efficiency through integration,”
said Judi Hess, General Manager, Enterprise Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. The five
new JDF certifications include: • JDF MIS to Prepress certification for KODAK
PRINERGY Connect • JDF 1.0 Layout Creator to Imposition certification for KODAK PRINERGY Connect • JDF 1.3 Layout Creator to Imposition certification for
KODAK PRINERGY Connect • JDF 1.0 Layout Creator to Imposition certification
for KODAK PRINERGY Evo • JDF 1.3 Layout Creator to Imposition certification
for KODAK PRINERGY Evo The JDF MIS to Prepress certification specifies
the information to be exchanged between an MIS and a workflow system, including the way to describe the information and the method of communication.
This means that two certified systems—even from different vendors—will have
a level of interoperability when installed, allowing for job creation, specification,
of impositions, and tracking of materials.
The JDF Layout Creator to Imposition specification dictates how an imposition
application describes fully imposed pages to a workflow system and how that
workflow system will render the information. Both certifications further enhance
the print service providers’ ability to reduce errors, cut down on waste, and expand visibility into the production workflow.
“As a committed member of the CIP4 organization, we regard JDF certification
for our product as key in supporting Kodak’s Unified Workflow goal of open connectivity,” noted Nick Benkovich, Product Manager, Enterprise Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “These additional five certifications in
combination with our three previous certifications clearly demonstrate Kodak’s
leadership position in support of this important open industry standard.”
JDF is vitally important to all printers and enables production efficiency by ensuring devices in a workflow can communication with each other. In addition,
JDF’s ability to bridge the gap between production and MIS gives users a better
overall view of the entire process, including real time costs and profitability. The
five new JDF certifications will be included with KODAK PRINERGY Workflow
System, Version 5.0.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
“We are dedicated to expanding and enhancing our support for JDF throughout
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About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
media portfolio, allowing our customers a single source for inkjet media from
low cost, general purpose paper through optimized color proofing bases and
ultra critical fine art reproduction media.”
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com. Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds. To subscribe, visit
www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak
podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our podcasts may
be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes
application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
The photo and fine art media are available in a range of sizes, including both
rolls from 17 inch to 44 inch widths and sheets from U.S. 8.5 inch x 11 inch and
European A4 to 17 inch x 22 inch sizes.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
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and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
(Kodak and Prinergy are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/02/2008
New KODAK Photo and Fine Art Media Ready for High
Value Works
Kodak now offers inkjet media options for low cost through high end reproduction
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 1—A suite of new inkjet media solutions from
Kodak is ready for the discerning standards of the world’s most demanding
artists and photographers. With KODAK Photo and Fine Art Media, users can
achieve vivid, vibrant and finely detailed image reproduction for high quality portrayal of original creative work.
On display at Kodak’s drupa stand D01 in Hall 5, new KODAK Photo and Fine
Art Media include five product options: Coated Matte, Textured, Smooth, Fibre
Glossy and Fibre Satin. Each of these bases is suitable for long term display or
archival storage when used in concert with pigmented inks.
The New KODAK Photo and Fine Art Media extend Kodak’s world class portfolio
of optimized proofing and wide format inkjet media to meet virtually any output
need.
“KODAK Photo and Fine Art Inkjet Media open new business opportunities for
print service providers to reproduce high value art and photography,” said John
Cross, General Manager, Packaging Products, Prepress Solutions, Kodak’s
Graphic Communications Group. “These new options complete Kodak’s inkjet
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To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak is a trademark of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/11/2008
Kodak Shows drupa Attendees Electrophotographic
Solutions that Are Approved for Food and Toy
Applications
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 9—With concerns about environmental
safety and sustainability taking center stage in the worldwide graphic arts mar-
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ket, Kodak is demonstrating at drupa its NEXPRESS and DIGIMASTER Solutions that offer offset class printing and feature a range of certifications for food
and toy applications as well as compliance for de-inking in the European market.
drupa visitors are seeing firsthand the combination of environmental stewardship
and market leading output offered by KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Production
Color Presses and KODAK DIGIMASTER Digital Production Systems. Every
NEXPRESS Digital Color Press offers printed material that is approved in the
E.U., with all eight dry inks approved for food packaging in accordance with the
European Recommendation XXXVI “Papers and Boards for Food Contact” for
dry, moist and fatty foods. The certification is issued by ISEGA (Forschungs
und Untersuchungs-Gesellschaft mbH Aschaffenburg), an independent testing
institute in German with accreditation under ISO 17025. This means that the
NEXPRESS Digital Production Color Press is ideal for food packaging applications that benefit from the inherent advantages of digital printing—short runs,
personalization, versioning, design comps, promotional packages, and market
testing. For the European toy market, KODAK NEXPRESS - Dry Inks have
been examined for their release of heavy metals and certified as safe under DIN
EN 71, part 3 “Safety of Toys, Migration of Certain Elements.” This allows use
in children’s books, toy packaging, and instruction manuals, for example. “We
have designed our inks and presses to be suitable for the widest range of applications possible, and these certifications enforce our commitment to providing
safe, productive, high quality solutions to the market,” said Mark F. Weber, Vice
President, Marketing, Electophotographic Printing Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic
Communications Group. “With new digital print opportunities opening up every day, it is critical that Kodak solutions be capable of capitalizing on these
opportunities and opening the door to new business and revenue streams for
our customers. Food and toy packaging are good examples of unique, exciting applications for our NEXPRESS and DIGIMASTER Product families.” Furthermore, any document printed on the NEXPRESS Digital Production Color
Press or the DIGIMASTER Digital Production System is suitable for recycling in
the European market, as it adheres to the necessary guidelines for de-inking.
Pages produced on NEXPRESS Digital Color Production Presses and DIGIMASTER Digital Production Systems have been tested to de-inking standards
set by INGEDE, the International Association of the De-Inking Industry. Both
with and without a clear dry ink coating, the documents met or exceeded the
same de-inking standards INGEDE applies to materials printed using conventional offset or gravure. All components of NEXPRESS - Dry Inks have been
tested in extreme conditions to verify that no harmful compounds are generated
or released during manufacturing, usage or disposal. Additionally, anti-setoff
powder and cleaning agents are not needed, which eliminates another potential source of emissions. KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and
Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 profes-
sionals reaching more than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated
services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support
services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are
uniquely qualified to provide services that control costs, maximize productivity,
and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com. Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds. To subscribe, visit
www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak
podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our podcasts may
be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes
application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak, Nexpress, and Digimaster are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
05/19/2008
Kodak Unites INSITE Storefront System and EMS
Business Software for Seamless Flow of Information
from Customer Order to Job Completion
Combined solution enables print service providers to manage online activities
as part of an overall business strategy
ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 16—By creating connectivity between the KODAK INSITE Storefront System and KODAK EMS Business Software, Kodak provides
an end to end, integrated solution that takes the customer’s order online and
sends it to the business management system—eliminating the need to manually rekey customer orders for job management, processing and invoicing. The
new functionality dramatically reduces the cost of processing online orders, and
extends the business management reach of EMS Business Software to nontraditional print products and services that are frequently ordered online.
Using cXML format, Kodak linked two of its most powerful systems to allow
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graphic communications companies to introduce more automation into the production process. The connected system provides an unprecedented level of
functionality for printing companies.
When a customer places an order through the user’s KODAK INSITE Storefront
System, the order information is validated instantly in KODAK EMS Business
Software: the item ordered, quantity, special instructions and shipping address.
Once the web order information is validated, KODAK EMS Software can automatically create, release and schedule the job. When the web order is shipped
using KODAK EMS Software, shipment information including the ship date and
tracking number is sent back to the INSITE Storefront System. “By automating
the processing of web based orders, we greatly reduce the potential for human
error and the costs of handling these orders,” said Eliza Leung, Product Manager for Kodak’s Business Workflow Products. “The integrated EMS SoftwareINSITE System solution gives Kodak customers full business control over their
web based transactions, and helps them analyze, manage and grow their online
businesses as part of their overall corporate strategies.”
KODAK EMS Business Software is a complete business workflow solution that
helps manage the totality of a graphic communications business. Combining the
strength of a leading ERP solution with sophisticated print focused capabilities,
EMS Software serves as a catalyst for business optimization and growth, reducing waste and implementing lean business practices that maximize the success
of print service providers in a changing business environment. EMS Software
offers real time access to business data; integrated customer and supplier relationship management; advanced estimating and production planning; shop floor
data collection; integrated quality control; and much more. The integrated solution will be deployed initially at LVI, a print service provider located in Boston,
Mass. “We were the first commercial printer to go live with EMS Business Software and it serves as the backbone of our PRINT OPTIMIZATION operating
ethos,” said Christopher Wells, CEO at LVI. “Integration between EMS and INSITE Storefront will extend our automation and management control to our online business, while increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of our customers’
online print procurement.”
EMS Software can drive production at a single site or be used to link hundreds
of users across multiple facilities. EMS Software integrates with other KODAK
and third party products, and offers KODAK PRINERGY Business Link Software
connectivity via JDF.
The KODAK INSITE Storefront System offers everything print service providers
need to support online ordering. It provides catalogs from which customers can
order books and manuals, business identification products (such as business
cards and letterhead), and collateral. Orders can be new or reorders of existing material. The storefront can be customized with the company’s corporate
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branding and a flexible pricing engine, which provides several types of online
payment options, is localized in 15 languages, and supports 177 currencies in
228 countries via CYBERSOURCE Solutions. It includes job tracking capabilities for customers and the printer’s production department.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com, and
1000nerds.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
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(Kodak, InSite and Prinergy are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/02/2008
Salmat BusinessForce Helps ING Australia Develop
Successful Integrated Marketing Program with KODAK
VERSAMARK VX5000 Printing System
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 1—Headquartered in Australia, Salmat
BusinessForce is one of the leading outsourced business service providers in
the Asia Pacific region, delivering inbound and outbound communication management, results processing, and information management services. With its
KODAK VERSAMARK VX5000 Printing System and a clear understanding of
the power of targeted communications, Salmat BusinessForce delivers market
changing services and solutions to its customers.
Salmat BusinessForce is focused on providing customized solutions for applications in print, mail services, invoice and statement management, insurance
claim processing, and accounts payable right through to more complex busi-
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ness process solutions and marketing programs. This is one of four divisions of
the Salmat Worldwide network, all of which pride themselves on enabling one
to one communications. Since its founding in 1979, Salmat has expanded to 51
offices worldwide.
“Our goal is to help customers make the most of available technology to enhance the performance of their businesses,” said Pat O’Sullivan, General Manager, Marketing, Salmat BusinessForce. “With the powerful software and hardware solutions available today, we have been able to leverage our integrated
marketing expertise to deliver the results customers need to stay ahead of the
competition.”
One of their recent success stories is a project completed for ING Australia Limited. It illustrates the power of an integrated marketing campaign using digital
full color communication that increases response rates and exceeds customer
expectations. Due to changes in Australian superannuation law that regulates
retirement accounts, ING Australia needed to communicate with and educate
members regarding their superannuation accounts. The goal was to increase
the number of rollovers and contributions received by helping members grow
their superannuation savings and capitalize on simpler superannuation account
management opportunities. ING Australia planned to communicate the relevant
legislative changes to its customers, but knew that not all customers needed to
be informed about all changes and that customers could be overwhelmed by
the information. Salmat BusinessForce and its partners were invited to find a
solution to the challenge.
The efforts significantly increased the amount of money invested and earned by
members participating in the program.
“Consumers today are bombarded with information, and capturing their attention is an ongoing challenge,” said Ronen Cohen, Vice President, Marketing,
Inkjet Printing Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “The odds
of cutting through the information overload and getting them to respond increase
greatly by delivering relevant, targeted content, in full color. Our solutions make
that possible, and Salmat BusinessForce is making the most of those opportunities.”
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Using its KODAK VERSAMARK VX5000 Printing System to print in full color with
flexible formatting, Salmat BusinessForce designed a strategic program to deliver appropriate, targeted communications to each customer to maximize contributions to their accounts. Data that included customers’ ages, salary, and Tax
File Numbers (TFNs) was gathered, cleaned, de-duped, and formatted to create printed material in full color that spoke directly to each customer’s specific
situation. When TFNs were not on record, an additional page was added to the
mail package to ask for that information. “Salmat BusinessForce and its partners
showed us how to turn an essential mail campaign into a formidable marketing
tool. Being able to use essential mail to deliver targeted marketing messages
has opened a new door for us,” noted Elizabeth Houteas, Sales Strategies and
Support Manager, Employer Superannuation, ING Australia. “Our expectations
were without a doubt exceeded and we will continue to use more intelligent marketing within essential mail to maximize member value.”
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
Salmat BusinessForce has leveraged KODAK Solutions to become one of the
leading providers of integrated marketing campaigns and high quality digital
printing in the world, and the success of the ING Australia project exhibits the
potential of this technology to significantly increase recipient response rates.
06/05/2008
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www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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Stieberdruck GmbH orders KODAK MAGNUS 800
Platesetter and Multi Cassette Unit at drupa 2008
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 5—Stieberdruck GmbH, a commercial printer
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based in Lauda Königshofen, Germany, placed an order for a KODAK MAGNUS
800 Platesetter with multi cassette unit at drupa 2008.
The family company, which was set up by General Manager Herbert Bier and
has expanded to approximately 120 employees, was looking to increase productivity and efficiency to support business growth. The KODAK MAGNUS 800
Platesetter, combined with the multi cassette unit that can hold up to 500 plates
at a time, provides high levels of throughput, automation and image quality to
meet this need.
“We already have a number of KODAK Products and have been very impressed
with the levels of service we receive. We are very much looking forward to the
addition of the KODAK MAGNUS 800 Platesetter and the new opportunities it
will give us,” says General Manager Herbert Bier.
The MAGNUS 800 Platesetter delivers throughput of up to 40 plates per hour
and supports upgrades to even higher speeds in the future. It offers a full range
from semi to full automation and is easily upgradeable in the field as production
needs increase. The platesetter supports KODAK Unified Workflow Solutions
and KODAK Thermal Plates, delivering a complete, top of the line computer to
plate prepress solution.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
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For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
#
(Kodak and Magnus are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
05/29/2008
Analysis by SpencerLab Verifies Offset Class Potential
of the Stream Concept Press from Kodak
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29—A new technical paper from the SpencerLab Digital Color Laboratory quantifies that output produced by the Stream Concept Press from Kodak demonstrates the potential of reaching Offset Class print
quality. The report, commissioned by Kodak and available at the company’s
drupa stand (D01, Hall 5) and at www.spencerlab.com, documents results from
a study that compared output from the Stream Concept Press from Kodak to
output from an offset press.
The SpencerLab report indicates that output from the Stream Concept Press
is comparable to or approaching 175 lpi offset print quality, with images edging
above 133 lpi and approaching 175 lpi quality on all three media types tested.
Analysts found that while there were some areas of print quality that still need
development, several areas were identified in which the Stream Concept Press
from Kodak promises to surpass offset print quality. Images, tints and blends,
and text and lines were noted for their impressive print quality.
“We believe the Stream Concept Press is a very successful ‘proof of concept’
device and we see the potential for a press that, upon maturity, will be able
to provide competitive offset class output,” said David Spencer, President of
Spencer & Associates Publishing, Ltd., which operates SpencerLab. “With its
high speed full digital capability and quality comparable to or approaching offset,
the Stream Concept Press has the potential of being a key player in the growth
segment of inkjet printing.”
Offset printing at 133 line and 175 line screen was supervised on site at the Print
Applications Laboratory at the Rochester Institute of Technology by SpencerLab
personnel, as was printing on the Stream Concept Press. Print quality was analyzed comparatively by a team of experienced SpencerLab analysts—within the
expected range appropriate to the intended applications—noting the areas of
images, tints and blends, text and lines, and color gamut and density, all on appropriate media. Offset media equivalent to Stream developmental media—two
coated (glossy and dull finish) and one uncoated (plain)—were specified for the
tests. KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology is a continuous inkjet system that enables offset class reliability, productivity, cost and quality with the full benefits
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of digital printing for high volume commercial applications. The Stream Concept Press from Kodak, on display at drupa, shows a system with resolution that
exceeds 600 dpi and high production speeds.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About SpencerLab
A premier consulting, test and analysis organization for the digital imaging industry, SpencerLab has earned an international reputation for expertise in color
print quality and is recognized as a leader in unbiased, third-party testing.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
05/29/2008
KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System
Raises Quality to a New Level for Flexo Print Providers
in the Packaging Market
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29—The KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System, previewed earlier and commercially available for the first time
at drupa 2008, represents a new way of making flexo printing plates for higher
levels of print quality, productivity, and stability. Providing extreme consistency
and high resolution, the FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System gives converters and package printers a competitive advantage by helping them deliver
outstanding quality with a highly efficient solution. “The FLEXCEL NX Digital
Flexographic System is one of the most exciting and promising innovations this
industry has seen in a long time,” said John Cross, General Manager, Packaging Products, Prepress Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group.
“The packaging market is poised for impressive growth because of increasingly
global brand competition that makes appearance more important than ever. Historically, flexographers have found ways to make the best of the flexo process,
but with this new solution, many of the variables and obstacles have been removed and providers will be able to consistently deliver the quality customers
demand.”
Providing offset class, gravure quality on a wide variety of substrates—including
paper, flexible film, foil, label stock, and folding cartons—the integrated FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System includes the KODAK FLEXCEL NX Laminator, KODAK FLEXCEL NXH Digital Flexographic Plates, KODAK FLEXCEL
NX 830 Thermal Imaging Layer, KODAK TRENDSETTER NX Mid or Narrow
Imager, KODAK SQUARESPOT Imaging Technology, and KODAK PRINERGY
Workflow System for Packaging.
Because the Thermal Imaging Layer is laminated directly to the plate, there is
no issue with oxygen attack, enabling the formation of stable, full amplitude, flat
top dots on the plate. Also, this process helps ensure that plates do not plug
with ink as quickly as on other plates, so press uptime is dramatically increased
and highlight dots and subtle gradations are consistently reproduced for all applications.
“Coupled with extended run length, ease of setup, and longer plate life, the
FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System takes package printing to an entirely
new level,” added Cross. “Kodak has identified the needs in the flexo market
and is committed to meeting those needs with a range of full featured, integrated
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With the FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System, Kodak has achieved 300 lpi
printing with densities in all colors above 2.0 with flexographic plates for the first
time, demonstrating outstanding quality and tonal range reproduction. drupa
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2008 attendees will see these samples, as well as others, printed on a variety
of packaging substrates, and will be able to observe the imaging and laminating
process at the Kodak stand throughout the event.
Beta testers of the FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System have already captured several awards for their work. A recent competition sponsored by the
Flexographic Technical Association saw nearly 600 entries submitted, and four
entries printed using the FLEXCEL NX System won awards. Additionally, the
Flexographic Pre-Press Platemakers Association (FPPA) presented the 2008
FPPA Technology Innovator of the Year awards recently at its annual meeting,
and the KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System was one of three
products to earn the prestigious award. This marked the third time that Kodak
had been honored by the association for its offerings in the flexographic marketplace.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
1000nerds.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Podcasts
may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes store
by typing “Kodak Close Up” in the search field at the top of the iTunes Store
window.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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05/19/2008
Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group Offers New
Workflow Solutions Integrated with CREO Color
Servers
New workflow solutions to be shown at Kodak Stand D01, Hall 5 at drupa 2008
ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 16—Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group announces a new set of workflow solutions for digital production printing to its OEM
channels at drupa 2008.
“Our OEM customers, resellers, and print providers will benefit from best in class
workflow products and solutions, based on open standards, backed by Kodak’s
technology and integrated with our CREO Color Servers,” said Chris O’Connor,
Director Global Accounts & Business Development, CREO Branded Products.
“OEM partners can grow their business and profitability by enlarging their solution portfolio and providing full end to end workflow solutions,” O’Connor said.
“Value added resellers in the industry will also see opportunities to offer these
solutions to their customers by entering a business alliance with the Print OnDemand Solutions Group.”
At Kodak’s Stand D01, Hall 5, the new workflow products will be demonstrated as
a simulation of a real print provider site. The print provider has complete visibility
and control over for both static and variable data print jobs across the entire production cycle, including prepress and web-to-print solutions. The demonstration
shows tight integration between the various solution products within the workflow portfolio, as well as between these products and the family of CREO Color
Servers, which provides effective gateway to a wide range of digital presses.
“Our strategy is based on open JDF standards. It is geared to develop automation between all elements of the print process; connect in a modular way an
array of leading applications that are offered by the Print On-Demand Solutions
Group or by other industry vendors,” O’Connor said.
About Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group
Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group develops and supports high-performance
CREO Color Servers and key workflow solutions for a range of digital production printers and presses. It also develops advanced on-demand applications
to enable the creation of personalized direct mail, targeted catalogs and other
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Hewlett-Packard, IKON, Konica Minolta, and Xerox Corporation.
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to help its customers leverage their investment in digital printing.
For more information about CREO Color Servers, visit www.creoservers.com
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com, and
1000nerds.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
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05/29/2008
Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group Announces
New Workflow Partnership Program Members at drupa
2008
CREO Color Servers demonstrated at the JDF Experience Parc
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29—Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions
Group welcomes a dozen new partners and a wide array of new workflow solutions that will integrate with CREO Color Servers.
The members, who offer solutions in prepress, web to print and management
information systems (MIS), join the successful workflow partnership program,
which certifies JDF integration of open, independent third party solutions with
the well known CREO Color Servers. Customers who use certified products
gain a complete workflow solution with full process automation, and quick and
easy connectivity with CREO Color Servers.
keting Manager, CREO Branded Products. “We intend to continue to develop
the automated workflow further together with Agfa to deliver process automation
to our mutual customers.”
In web to print, new products in the workflow partnership program are: AlphaPicture i-clue AlphaPicture, DirectSmile SE/Generator, diron print4media,
Elixir Technologies Opus, GMC Software Technology PrintNet, and Printable
Technologies FusionPro Web. Customers who already purchased an online
storefront or an e-commerce solution can now benefit from integration all the
way to a digital press driven by a CREO Color Server. Orders sent via the storefront will be sent automatically to the digital press with all relevant job instructions
intact.
In MIS, new products in the workflow partnership program: HIFLEX MIS, NovaVision PrintVis, Optimus Group Ltd. Optimus MIS, Press-sense Omnium and
Tharstern TharsternSQL. Integrations to MIS ensure that all information available on the CREO Color Server following the actual production process can be
retrieved and automatically sent back to the MIS for cost estimation and invoicing. Extensive JMF support allows bidirectional communication between the
CREO Color Servers and the MIS systems.
“When considering the purchase of a new system, customers now have a wider
choice of solutions with ready made connectivity to CREO Color Server driven
digital presses,” Gal said. “By using solutions certified by the workflow partnership program, customers can achieve full process automation with solutions that
are tested and certified. They also cut their overall turnaround time and increase
overall quality and profit margins.”
About Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group
Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group develops and supports high-performance
CREO Color Servers and key workflow solutions for a range of digital production printers and presses. It also develops advanced on-demand applications
to enable the creation of personalized direct mail, targeted catalogs and other
powerful one-to-one marketing communications tools.
The group currently supplies CREO Color Servers to such industry leaders as
Hewlett-Packard, IKON, Konica Minolta, and Xerox Corporation.
At the JDF Experience Parc in Hall 7, visitors will see live JDF based demonstrations of workflow partnership program products. In prepress, Agfa joins the
workflow partnership program with its :Apogee DigitalPrintLink. This functionality enables the connectivity between CREO Color Servers and Agfa’s :Apogee
workflow and project management systems.
This independent unit of Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group will continue
to help its customers leverage their investment in digital printing.
“With the CREO Color Servers/Agfa’s :Apogee collaboration, users are able to
integrate CREO Color Server driven digital presses into their prepress workflow
to output proofs and short run on demand print production,” said Hagar Gal, Mar-
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and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
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PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit:
http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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06/11/2008
Second West African Order for Kodak CTP Solution at
drupa 2008 by Newspaper Publisher Media Trust Ltd.
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 11 —Media Trust Limited in Abuja, northern
Nigeria, placed an order for a complete prepress solution consisting of a KODAK
TRENDSETTER 400 III Platesetter, the recently introduced KODAK ELECTRA
XD Thermal Plate, KODAK PRINERGY EVO Software and KODAK MATCHPRINT Inkjet Proofing System at drupa 2008. Following shortly after the first
ever sale into West Africa of a Kodak computer to plate (CTP) system, this second order was also administered through FC Exports, sales agent for Kodak’s
Graphic Communications Group in West Africa. Media Trust Ltd. has over 300
employees and publishes the national newspaper, The Daily Trust, in northern
Nigeria. The company also operates a commercial printing business. “We chose
the Kodak CTP system because we are very impressed with its speed, consistency and repeatability. In combination with the ELECTRA XD Plate it provides
a very high quality output,” comments Mr Isiaq Ajibola, Managing Director of Media Trust Ltd. “We are looking forward to expanding our business and offering a
much higher quality product to our readers. The new system will also allow us
to work with PDFs and therefore eliminate errors. ” The TRENDSETTER 400 III
Platesetter offers a throughput of 40 plates per hour and provides reliable, cost
effective functionality with the flexibility to meet production and business needs
both now and in the future. Launched at drupa 2008, the ELECTRA XD Thermal
Plate is a non ablative, no preheat, positive working digital plate. The ELECTRA
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XD Thermal Plate exhibits impressive prepress and on press stability for excellent resolution, run length, and color control throughout the full press run. With
typically triple the unbaked run length of the KODAK ELECTRA HR Plates, the
highly durable ELECTRA XD Plate also helps printers reduce overall plate consumption and energy usage while maintaining consistency, stability, and print
quality. KODAK PRINERGY EVO Software is an entry level PDF workflow system for controlling prepress, plate and film production and digital print output.
Based on proven PRINERGY PDF processing and JDF, PRINERGY EVO is a
powerful system featuring advanced normalizing, color management, trapping
and screening options. PRINERGY EVO Software delivers the features and
functionality needed to increase efficiency and reduces the cost of production.
It features flexible, customizable configurations to support commercial, publishing, newspaper, and packaging solutions. The MATCHPRINT Inkjet Proofing
System supports EPSON Printers and includes KODAK Proofing Software and
KODAK MATCHPRINT Inkjet Media to meet industry specifications including
GRACoL, FOGRA and SWOP. KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000
professionals reaching more than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and
support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to provide services that control costs, maximize
productivity, and minimize business risk. About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com/, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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06/02/2008
Fry Communications Ramps Up Plate Production with
New KODAK MAGNUS 800Z Quantum Platesetter
Device delivers more than 3,000 plates per week for growing operation; drupa
provides opportunity to investigate additional enhancements
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, At Drupa—The new KODAK MAGNUS 800Z Quantum Platesetter, with its output capacity of 60 eight up plates per hour, replaces
two existing platesetters at Mechanicsburg, Penn. based Fry Communications
and is reliably meeting production needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The unit has been in service since late March and is one of seven KODAK Platesetters across the company.
“We have always favored Kodak imaging technology, and this new device is
meeting and exceeding our expectations,” said Alan Snyder, Prepress Operations Manager, Fry Communications. “When we get positive feedback from the
production floor, we know we’ve made the right choice. It is a great reflection
on the equipment.” Fry Communications, one of the United States’ largest privately held integrated communications companies, employs nearly 1,200 in five
facilities occupying 1 million square feet of space. The company began in 1934
as one of the first publishers of weekly shopping guides and brought printing in
house with its first offset press in 1967. Over the years, Fry has grown into the
business to business catalog and trade and consumer magazine markets with
nearly two dozen presses, more than two dozen binders, and a vast array of
auxiliary equipment.
The company investigated a number of options, and felt that the hourly throughput of the KODAK MAGNUS 800Z Quantum Platesetter would be an advantage,
particularly in the production of its weeklies. Using KODAK STACCATO Screening for high quality color reproduction, the company produces a wide variety of
products on its sheetfed and web offset presses. Fry feels that it’s important
for customers to see them investing in cutting edge technology, and the KODAK
MAGNUS 800Z Quantum Platesetter delivers benefits today while also positioning the company for growth in the future. The KODAK MAGNUS 800Z Quantum
Platesetter uses a new, advanced thermal head that generates double the laser
power of its MAGNUS Platesetter predecessors. The new thermal head not only
increases the speed of plate production, but it also provides broader imaging latitude and higher stability in case of plate sensitivity variations—making this one
of the most reliable and cost effective platesetters on the market.
For Rick Fesler, Fry Communications Prepress Manager, the biggest advantage
so far is that the device has been running constantly with no performance or
maintenance issues. “Installing a new piece of equipment into any workflow is
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not always a smooth process,” he explained. “But the Kodak technicians did a
great job, and the training and support we got made it a very positive experience.
The number of plates coming off the device is amazing—it’s been the perfect
solution for our tight deadlines.”
Fry Communications uses KODAK THERMAL GOLD Digital Plates in its production and employs the KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System to drive the production processes in its facility. The company has won a number of industry awards
over the years, and continues to expand and diversify with new equipment and
new services.
Executives from Fry Communications see drupa as the perfect opportunity to
explore the latest products and solutions, and network with peers from around
the world. The ability to gain an understanding of global market trends and speak
with so many experts in one place is a key advantage for businesses committed
to long term success.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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05/19/2008
Kodak Breaks Traditional Flexo Barriers with First Ever
300 lpi Offset Job Produced with Flexographic Plates
KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System highlights Williamson Printing Company tour
ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 15—To showcase the unmatched capabilities of the
new KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System, Kodak wanted to tackle
a unique, historic print project that no one has ever dared to try with flexo technology. The company decided on a high quality 300 lpi movie poster, printed
exclusively with flexo plates, as part of a Williamson Printing Corporation facility tour during FTA’s INFO*FLEX show in Dallas last month. During the tour,
Williamson employed its newly installed FLEXCEL NX System to image offset
separations using offset angles and zero retouching on KODAK FLEXCEL NX
Digital Flexographic Plates. Those plates were then mounted on the coating
stations of Williamson’s hybrid HEIDELBERG SPEEDMASTER Sheetfed Offset
Press and the posters were printed at 300 lpi with densities in all colors exceeding 2.0.
“This was a very exciting event,” said Emma Schlotthauer, Global Business Director, Flexo Plate Products, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “We are
very proud to be involved in this stage of flexo history. If the FLEXCEL NX System can produce such outstanding results under these challenging conditions,
just imagine what is being achieved in a regular flexo production environment
with these plates.”
More than 100 guests were on hand to witness the accomplishment, and many
expressed surprise at the impressive results. The 18 in. x 26 in. four color
process posters, printed with permission from Disney, were designed to promote
the soon to be released movie Prince Caspian, The Chronicles of Narnia, and will
be given out at Kodak’s drupa booth. This process had never been tried before
in the industry, and was designed with confidence to showcase the capabilities
of the FLEXCEL NX System.
“This print run showed that the FLEXCEL NX System is capable of printing in
very high densities without dot bridging,” said Peter Stolt, Director Global Technical Applications, Flexo & Packaging, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group,
“and printing at 300 lpi provides further confirmation of the FLEXCEL NX Plate’s
performance, taking both Kodak and Williamson into the future of flexo technology.”
The FLEXCEL NX System has already been recognized by the industry for
its performance and underlying technology. Four projects produced with the
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FLEXCEL NX System captured awards at the recent FTA event, and the Flexographic Pre-Press Platemakers Association (FPPA) presented one of its three
2008 FPPA Technology Innovator of the Year awards at its annual meeting to
the KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic System.
The FLEXCEL NX System offers users print stability over the entire run; repeatability from job to job; offset class, gravure quality with small highlight dots; and
more productivity to get jobs completed more quickly. It is designed for package
printers and converters, including tag and label printers, folding carton printers,
and flexible packaging printers.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com, and
1000nerds.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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06/04/2008
Drukkerij Geers Puts New KODAK ELECTRA XD
Thermal Plate Through its Paces
Ghent-based printer beta tests new KODAK ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate,
alongside first European KODAK NEXPRESS S3000 Digital Production Color
Press
DUSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 2nd—Belgian printer Drukkerij Geers is one
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of the first European print sites to test Kodak’s new ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate,
unveiled at Drupa 2008. The company was also the first European customer to
install the KODAK NEXPRESS S3000 Digital Production Color Press.
The family-owned company, which celebrates 80 years in business this year,
employs 105 people in a modern 6000 m2 facility, close to Ghent’s picturesque
canal quarter, generating turnover of 23 million Euros. The Geers brothers,
Denis and Philippe, whose grandfather founded the business, have harnessed
the company’s long print heritage to drive substantial growth in the last eight
years, with a focus on premium quality work such as art books, annual reports,
glossy magazines and fine art catalogues for customers including museums,
original artists and publishers. The customer base is spread across Belgium,
and neighboring Netherlands and France.
Drukkerij Geers offers its customers a total package from design and digital image capture to dispatch of the finished product. Real time color management
and remote and hard color proofing are critical factors in delivering to the company’s stringent quality parameters which apply, according to managing director
Denis Geers, whether the job in hand is a simple leaflet or a ‘coffee-table quality’
art book.
The company blends offset production from its eight small- and large-format
HEIDELBERG SPEEDMASTER Presses with digital output from two of Kodak’s
digital presses; a KODAK DIGIMASTER EX150 Digital Production System for
monochrome work, and the recently launched KODAK NEXPRESS S3000 Digital Production Color Press for full color work.
With so much offset firepower under one roof, the company’s plate production
volumes are predictably high: 8000 plates a month come off the company’s CTP
system, which has deployed the original KODAK ELECTRA HRL Thermal Plate
from the day of installation. These volumes, and the exacting quality standards
of Geers’ fine art customer base, made the company the ideal beta test site
for the new KODAK ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate, making its debut at Drupa.
The new plate exhibits impressive prepress and on press stability for excellent
resolution, run length, and colour control throughout the full press run. Rated
for unbaked run lengths of 500,000 impressions, the highly durable ELECTRA
XD Plate also helps printers reduce overall plate consumption and energy usage while maintaining consistency, stability, and print quality. Denis Geers expresses his satisfaction with the six-month test phase. “This plate has been
made to meet the most challenging demands of quality printers, and is capable
of perfect production in an environment where work is spread across multiple
presses simultaneously, which is the case on a regular basis for us.” This durability and stability across press types, as well as the capability to print extremely
fine screen dots, have proved the new plate to be more than a match for Geers’
portfolio, from the start of the run to the last impression.
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Explaining the choice of the five-color NEXPRESS S3000 Press to complement
the press line-up, Denis Geers says: “We opted for the five-color configuration
because it would enable us to print not only process and Pantone colors, but
also to apply a coat of varnish comparable to UV varnish, online. By avoiding
the need for UV, we can varnish in a more environmentally sustainable way.” The
NEXPRESS S3000 Press offers Geers potential throughput of 100 full-colour A4
sheets per minute, with a maximum format of 34 x 51 cm.
“We use the NEXPRESS S3000 Press to print art books to high quality levels, as well as personalized variable data jobs, and we use a special software
package for digital photo albums”, adds Geers. “The beauty of it is that we can
print on the same stocks as we use on the offset presses, at weights from 60
to 300gsm. What’s more, as with our offset presses, we’re able to use conventional or stochastic screening, so we have a high degree of flexibility between
the two production processes.” Investment at Drukkerij Geers has not all been
channelled into print. Rapid growth has prompted the Geers brothers to invest
substantially in their on-site bindery facility, with a view – ultimately – to bringing
all finishing in house. Geers comments: “Finishing our own work has benefits
for turnaround, especially with digital output. Going forward, our focus will be on
optimising the bindery with additional investments and staff training.”
For Denis Geers, the key now is to consolidate the business as it is after a period of meteoric growth. “The craftsmanship of our team, combined with stateof-the-art equipment and consumables, gives us stable foundations on which to
strengthen and build our business. We’ll channel our energies now into ensuring
that our expanded business is robust for the future. That said, we can certainly
foresee short-term growth in our digital printing business, particularly with the
digital photo album applications, which chime with customer needs at the moment. On that basis, undoubtedly we are already thinking ahead, perhaps to a
second NEXPRESS Press investment.”
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com. Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds. To subscribe, visit
www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak
podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our podcasts may
be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes
application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
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For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
to us, our customers, and the environment. Lean manufacturing is a key component of the Quad/Graphics philosophy, and we look forward to working with
Kodak as we position our business for the future.”
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KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
(Kodak, Electra, Nexpress and Digimaster are trademarks of Eastman Kodak
Company.) 2008
06/04/2008
Quad/Graphics Adds Nine KODAK Thermal
Platesetters and KODAK PRINERGY EVO Workflow
System, Extends Plate Contract
Nine new devices to replace 16 existing devices
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 4—Quad/Graphics, based in Pewaukee,
Wis., purchased nine thermal computer to plate (CTP) devices from Kodak, including seven KODAK MAGNUS VLF QUANTUM Platesetters and two KODAK
MAGNUS 800 QUANTUM Platesetters. The platesetters, along with the KODAK
PRINERGY EVO Workflow System, will be installed in multiple Quad/Graphics
locations across the United States. In addition, Quad/Graphics extended its contract with Kodak for thermal plates for multiple years in both the United States
and Poland.
“Quad/Graphics is a recognized leader in the industry, and their selection of
our equipment is gratifying,” said Kevin Joyce, Chief Marketing Officer, Kodak’s
Graphic Communications Group. “We continue to focus on developing products
that offer enhanced performance and efficiency to meet the increasingly complex needs of today’s successful print service providers. By offering a robust
portfolio of integrated solutions, we are providing our customers with everything
they need to strengthen and grow their businesses.”
With more than 12,000 employees and $2 billion in annual sales, Quad/Graphics
is the world’s largest privately held print service provider. The company offers
its clients services ranging from front end design and photography through digital imaging, printing, finishing, mailing/distribution, and data driven marketing
solutions such as data optimization and analytics. Each platesetter is fully automated and equipped with the multiple cassette unit (MCU) option. The full
automation and high throughput capabilities of the new MAGNUS Platesetters
enables Quad/Graphics to replace 16 of its existing 8 up and VLF platesetters
with these nine new devices, which helps support Quad/Graphics’ commitment
to lean manufacturing.
“The performance of the MAGNUS devices is helping us to do more work with
fewer machines,” noted Jim Mercier, Director of Digital Imaging at Quad/Graphics.
“Any time we can reduce the inventory of equipment on the floor, it’s a benefit
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About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak, Prinergy Evo, Magnus and Quantum are trademarks of Eastman Kodak
Company.) 2008
06/02/2008
Kodak Meets the Proofing Needs of the Packaging
Market with New KODAK APPROVAL NX Digital Color
Imaging System Features
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 31—The KODAK APPROVAL System is
making its fifth appearance at drupa, a sign of its versatility and adaptability
for new applications. The KODAK APPROVAL System remains as relevant and
important as ever for printers needing high quality, accurate halftone proofing.
Some of the newest features being shown for the KODAK APPROVAL NX Sys-
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tem at drupa enhance the functionality for package printers and converters:
• KODAK APPROVAL Digital Donors for Packaging: Extend the color gamut
to address the unique needs of the packaging industry. Offerings for packaging now include a new CMYK donor set for packaging, as well as blue, orange,
green, white and metallic donors. • KODAK Cutting and Creasing Table: Enables accurate and fast cutting and scoring for 3D package mockups on the actual substrate of the final package. • KODAK Proofing Software: Drives the KODAK APPROVAL NX System for improved ease of use, handling of spot colors,
and packaging workflows. • Packaging transfer materials for the KODAK APPROVAL System: Offers transfer to challenging substrates such as shrink wrap
and poly material, and enables transfer to packaging substrates with a clean,
vibrant look for a true packaging/flexo proof. • KODAK APPROVAL Degloss
Sheets: Provide a low gloss matte finish on proofs. The APPROVAL NX System continues to provide resolutions of 2,400 dpi or 2,540 dpi with true halftone
dots that match press output and provide an accurate representation of the final printed piece. “Package printers and converters need the ability to proof the
vibrant colors used in today’s packaging and to show these colors on 3D packaging mockups just as they would appear on the store shelf,” noted John Cross,
General Manager, Packaging Products, Prepress Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic
Communications Group. “The APPROVAL NX System, with the newest features
being introduced at drupa, takes the guesswork out of proofing in this market and
streamlines the production process.”
The ability to create proofs with true halftone dots on the actual substrate being
used for the final package is an advantage for package printers. To further enhance workflow, KODAK RECIPE COLOR Technology provides accurate spot
and PANTONE Color simulations, each having its own screening characteristics
such as angle, dot shape and dot gain, while KODAK RAPID RECIPE COLOR
Technology provides the capability to image the same color component for up
to four incoming color separations from a single sheet of color donor material,
which helps save time and money in the proofing process.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
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To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak, Approval, Recipe Color and Rapid Recipe Color are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
05/22/2008
JDF Integration Between HIFLEX MIS and CREO Color
Servers Realized
ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 22—International MIS provider HIFLEX and Kodak’s
Print On-Demand Solutions Group announced that they have recently completed
JDF integration between HIFLEX MIS (Management Information System) and
CREO Color Servers. The seamless integration of HIFLEX MIS and CREO
Color Servers will be demonstrated live at drupa 2008 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
These live demos reveal how printers profit from practical improvements and
business benefits through JDF connectivity.
Networking the two systems allows for the automatic transfer of job information
from HIFLEX to CREO Color Servers via JDF. Upon order entry in HIFLEX MIS,
the job parameters (e.g. customer information, order number, print method simplex\duplex, number of copies, media type etc.) are automatically transferred to
the CREO Color Server. If the job file is submitted via a submission tool/store
front (web-based job submission) the integrated HIFLEX MIS receives the job
details as soon as the order is submitted by a print buyer.
In the CREO Color Server, the jobs automatically enter a queue without having
to re-key information, thus saving time and avoiding costly errors in the workflow. Once delivered to the CREO Color Server queue, the job is automatically
processed and sent directly to the digital press.
Extensive JMF support allows bi-directional communication between systems.
JMF messaging makes it possible for the CREO Color Servers to update MIS
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with process-related information. HIFLEX receives transaction data such as labor/processes and materials, including the correct assignment to the order number in the MIS. All information and reporting by CREO Color Servers are done
via JDF/JMF over HTTP.
Stefan Reichhart, Managing Director of HIFLEX, says: “Reality has proven that
networked production via JDF/JMF leads to improved process control due to
more transparency and flexibility, equating to huge productivity increases and
reductions in expenses. We are excited about the successful cooperation with
Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group and the realization of the HIFLEX
-CREO Color Server link. This paves the way for huge workflow efficiencies
based on JDF automation technology as well as within digital print and production.” He continues by stating that, “Beside the fact that HIFLEX automatically
receives process feedback from the CREO Color Server, there is a further, more
important feature to point out: In the realized connectivity, HIFLEX is not only capable of triggering JDF job-creation but can also receive an order via JDF that
was placed from within a non-HIFLEX store front system. This bi-directional
flexibility offers many new possibilities in the area of networked production.”
About HIFLEX HIFLEX is an international software provider who develops sophisticated solutions especially for the Print and Media Industry.
“HIFLEX MIS” (Management Information System) precisely models and supports all business processes in printing plants and media companies and is subdivided into the business areas Office, Factory and eBusiness. “HIFLEX Print
Support” is a high-performance web-based MIS System for print and media purchasers that provides a highly developed tool to organize the process of print
procurement more efficient. The open “HIFLEX Webshop” is a new web shop
system especially developed to meet the needs of the print and media industry
and the first and, up to now, the only worldwide online print shop with implemented Internet ordering of custom formats.
HIFLEX is known worldwide as the technological leader in JDF integration. A
close cooperation exists with all well-known press and system suppliers in the
print and media industry. HIFLEX is partner member of the CIP4 organization.
The international CIP4 Innovation Awards (CIPPI Awards) have been handed
out annually since 2005. With a first-place award in six of nine categories and
second place in the remaining three categories, HIFLEX has been the most
successful software provider for the print and media industry. Today, HIFLEX
has conducted more JDF installations than all other MIS vendors combined.
HIFLEX MIS is installed in 24 countries and available in 24 languages. About
30% of revenue is re-invested in research and development annually.
The group currently supplies CREO Color Servers to such industry leaders as
Hewlett-Packard, IKON, Konica Minolta, and Xerox Corporation.
This independent unit of Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group will continue
to help its customers leverage their investment in digital printing.
For more information about CREO Branded Products, visit www.creoservers.com
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com, and
1000nerds.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak and Creo are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
02/21/2008
New KODAK COLORFLOW Software Provides
Integrated Color Control throughout the Production
Environment
Kodak will launch COLORFLOW Software at drupa 2008
ROCHESTER, N.Y., Feb. 20—Integrated color control across all devices—monitors,
scanners, halftone and inkjet proofers, and digital and conventional presses—is
finally achievable using one software solution across the entire production environment: KODAK COLORFLOW Software. Kodak announced today that it will
launch the new COLORFLOW Software solution at drupa 2008.
COLORFLOW Software tackles the core issues that plague the design, production and delivery of color in the graphic arts marketplace; the ability to achieve
a reliable color match from the original electronic file all the way through the
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Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group develops and supports high-performance
CREO Color Servers and key workflow solutions for a range of digital production printers and presses. It also develops advanced on-demand applications
to enable the creation of personalized direct mail, targeted catalogs and other
powerful one-to-one marketing communications tools.
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production process to the final output on both digital and conventional presses.
COLORFLOW Software enables print professionals to reduce costs by: helping
ensure that critical color control elements—curves, profiles, and spot recipes—are
used together correctly; reducing the number of press runs for setting up color;
and reducing training needs.
“With COLORFLOW Software, users can meet the print buyers’ expectations
while eliminating the hidden costs that can reduce profitability,” said Arjen Van
Der Meulen, Director of Color, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “KODAK COLORFLOW Software accomplishes this by making certain that color
control tools work together correctly and in harmony, while reducing the number
of remakes, approvals and press runs required to establish accurate color. KODAK COLORFLOW Software provides a complete, color management solution.”
COLORFLOW Software will be available both as a standalone product, as well
as an integrated solution within KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System Version
5.0, which will also be introduced at drupa.
COLORFLOW Software is ideal for all segments of the market Historically, many
individual tools and devices have been offered for color control at various stages
of the production process. COLORFLOW Software provides a truly complete
solution that can be introduced into virtually any operation, including increasingly
common blended production environments.
Once KODAK COLORFLOW Software is in place in the print production environment, many issues that affected color management in the past are resolved
automatically. COLORFLOW Software maintains and manages relationships
among the control elements and device print conditions, managing color setups
throughout the workflow and between devices to eliminate mismatched settings.
When a print condition is refined for a specific device, COLORFLOW Software
can update all the color control elements automatically, ending the breakdowns
in communication between color management tools that hampered color matching in the past.
“Not only can COLORFLOW Software simplify the setup and optimization of
color control across the entire print production workflow, but it also performs a
new level of print condition management that moves color into a new era,” said
Van Der Meulen. “COLORFLOW Software supports the continued evolution of
print as a manufacturing process.”
Fully integrated with the KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System, COLORFLOW
Software provides complete color management through automated communication, control, and tracking of complex PDF pages. COLORFLOW Software’s
one step curve and profile creation can characterize an output device using a
single print run, calibrating the output to a desired color response. In this single
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print run, COLORFLOW Software can generate calibration curves, spot color
recipes, ICC profiles and comprehensive print condition reports.
COLORFLOW Software enhances the KODAK SPOTLESS Printing Solution
with improved spot color recipes and accurate n-color profiles for image separation. Furthermore, COLORFLOW Software can use colorimetric information to
build curves that optimize color and gray balance, providing more uniform color
reproduction across devices. COLORFLOW Software utilizes Smart DeviceLink
technology to create device links for applications such as proofing, press stabilization and ink savings. Kodak’s unique KODAK MATCHPRINT Virtual Technology allows accurate and consistent on screen color when editing profiles and
curves within the COLORFLOW Software.
COLORFLOW Software supports international standards and formats
COLORFLOW Software is using open standard formats and will work with both
Kodak and non-Kodak Systems. Kodak fully endorses the rigorous ISO 12647
printing and ISO 10128 printing system standardization recommendations, as
well as supports the international PDF/X data exchange formats (and associated
ICC standards), as well as the JDF job control specifications.
It is available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified
Chinese, and Russian. COLORFLOW Software offers the same functionality in
both Windows and Mac operating systems.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk. About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com, and
1000nerds.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based
media players. For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications
Group, visit www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos from Kodak’s
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05/23/2008
KODAK Solutions Featured in Numerous Stands at
drupa
ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 23—In addition to the broad portfolio of integrated
solutions on display at Kodak’s stand D01, in Hall 5, KODAK Products can be
found throughout drupa. Vendors will feature Kodak’s prepress, workflow and
digital printing solutions on their stands.
“Kodak is committed to open architecture, making it possible for more customers
to integrate our solutions into their operations and to support connectivity with
other vendors’ solutions,” said Kevin Joyce, Chief Marketing Officer, Kodak’s
Graphic Communications Group, Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.
“The prevalence of KODAK Solutions is a testament to the innovation and applicability of KODAK Solutions in today’s blended production environments. We
value the alliances we have with other industry vendors to show a full range of
solutions for drupa attendees.” KODAK Products on display at stands throughout drupa include: KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System: KODAK PRINERGY
Workflow Systems can be found at DiMS!; E-Graph; Gamsys; HIFLEX; EFI;
Megalith; NaVision; Optichrome; Prism; Printplus; Rogler; Shuttleworth; SSB
– Diso; Technique; Tharstern; CIP4 Innovations Center Park: JDF; Graphisoft;
drupa Innovation Center Park: Print Buyer; KBA; and 2FF. PRINERGY Systems
are modular, open and scaleable to meet specific market needs, including small
or large commercial, publication, newspaper or packaging printing.
KODAK PREPS Imposition Software: KODAK PREPS Imposition Software will
appear in stands including DiMS!; EFI; Megalith; NaVision; Optichrome;, Prism;
Shuttleworth; Tharstern; CIP4 Innovations Center Park: JDF; Graphisoft; drupa
Innovation Center Park: Print Buyer; and 2FF. PREPS Software helps prepress
professionals remove manual steps from their preferred workflow by providing
digital imposition.
KODAK UPFRONT Production Planning Software: KODAK UPFRONT Production Planning Software can be found at the DiMS!; EFI; Megalith; NaVision; Optichrome; Prism; Shuttleworth; Tharstern; CIP4 Innovations Center Park: JDF;
Graphisoft; drupa Innovation Center Park: Print Buyer; Horizon; MBO; Muller
Martini; and the Wohlenberg stands. UPFRONT Software helps enable users
to automatically produce accurate job layouts, create imposition ready digital
templates for prepress, and send JDF/CIP3 information to bindery equipment.
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KODAK INSITE Variable Data Print System: The KODAK INSITE Variable Data
Print System will appear in the drupa Innovation Center Park: Print Buyer stand.
As part of Kodak’s Unified Workflow Solutions, the INSITE Variable Data Print
System delivers support for both inbound and outbound channels to offer a comprehensive communication solution including personalized URL (PURL) support, variable email, personalized landing pages and variable data print.
KODAK INSITE Prepress Portal System: The KODAK INSITE Prepress Portal
System can be found at the KBA stand. The INSITE Prepress Portal System is
an Internet portal into the KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System. The INSITE
System streamlines job submission, job status tracking, online collaboration,
and remote proofing or approval.
KODAK MAGNUS QUANTUM Platesetter: The KODAK MAGNUS 800 QUANTUM Platesetter can be found at the KBA and Sakurai stands. An eight page
platesetter with exceptional imaging quality and speed, the KODAK MAGNUS
800 QUANTUM Platesetter features KODAK SQUARESPOT Imaging Technology and KODAK STACCATO Screening, and produces up to 40 plates per hour.
KODAK PRESSPROOF Software: KODAK PRESSPROOF Software will be
shown at the KBA stand. PRESSPROOF Software brings monitor proofing’s
color accuracy and time savings into the pressroom. PRESSPROOF Software
employs SWOP certified KODAK MATCHPRINT Virtual Technology to provide
accurate and consistent color guidance by displaying a proof for viewing on qualified LCD monitors. KODAK TRENDSETTER 800 III QUANTUM Platesetter:
The KODAK TRENDSETTER 800 III QUANTUM Platesetter can be found at
the 2FF stand and the Chengdu Xingraphics stand. The TRENDSETTER 800
Platesetter is a robust and reliable device with excellent imaging quality with
KODAK SQUARESPOT Thermal Imaging Technology. KODAK MATCHPRINT
Inkjet 800 Proofing Solution: The KODAK MATCHPRINT Inkjet 800 Proofing
Solution will be on display at the KBA stand. The MATCHPRINT Inkjet Proofing
Solution is the first drop on demand proofing solution to be based on powerful
Kodak developed software including innovative screening and calibration technologies, and a Certified Process for Color Confirmation. KODAK NEXPRESS
Glossing Unit: The KODAK NEXPRESS Glossing Unit can be found at the Ricoh/InfoTec stand. The NEXPRESS Glossing Unit adds a high impact, glossy
finish for a varnished look and surface protection for frequently handled documents like direct mail and promotional materials.
KODAK NEXPRESS S2500 Digital Production Color Press: The KODAK NEXPRESS S2500 Digital Production Color Press will be on display at the Ricoh/InfoTec stand. The NEXPRESS S2500 Press is designed to meet the high
quality, high volume production demands of short run, variable data printing. As
their businesses grows, customers can leverage their investments by upgrading
their presses on site with additional capabilities such as higher speed, more pa-
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per capacity, increased processing capability, finishing and the GATF InterTech
Award-winning KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions.
KODAK DIGIMASTER EX150 Digital Production System: The KODAK DIGIMASTER EX150 Digital Production System will be on display at the Watkiss and
Ricoh/InfoTec stands. The DIGIMASTER System builds upon the proven quality,
dependability, productivity, and flexibility of Kodak’s award winning DIGIMASTER Technology Platform. The DIGIMASTER EX150 enables print providers to
address the demanding needs of print buyers for faster turnaround time, new
and creative print-on-demand documents with high quality and sophisticated inline finishing.
KODAK VERSAMARK DS5650 Printing System: The KODAK VERSAMARK
DS5650 Printing Systems can be found at the Adphos stand. The VERSAMARK
D-Series Printing Systems encompass a broad range of printing systems designed to offer a comprehensive selection for high volume digital printing features and functions to print variable information such as addresses, barcodes,
and personalized messages inline or offline.
KODAK VERSAMARK DS9050 Printing System: The KODAK VERSAMARK
DS9050 Printing System can be found at the Matti Technology stand. The VERSAMARK DS9050 Systems are capable of producing variable data in black, spot
color or process color, and can be integrated with other printing technologies.
The DS9050 Printing System product line offers a the capability to have multiple configurations of up to 16 heads printing variable information on web widths
up to 1 meter (40 inches). The system also has the flexibility for customers to
upgrade from one configuration to the next.
KODAK VERSAMARK DS6240 Printing System, 3,000 fpm version: Sample
output and a video of on press performance of the KODAK VERSAMARK
DS6240 Printing System can be found at the MAN Roland stand. This version
of the DS6240 runs 3,000 feet per minute and can imprint variable data onto
newspapers at newspaper press speeds. This ultra high speed systems offers
newspapers the capability to drive readership through more interactivity with the
newspaper by printing games, variable coupons, 2D barcodes that link to the
internet via cell phones, and other creative applications. The DS6240 is flexible
in its ability to integrate with both the physical press as well as the newsprint
system control capability.
In addition, Kodak’s broad range of CTP plates will be featured on multiple
stands: • KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic Plates can be found at
the SOMA Engineering stand. These new plates produce gravure quality output
at up to 300 lpi. • KODAK ELECTRA XD Thermal Plates will be running at the
KBA stand and the Goss stand. ELECTRA XD Plates are extremely durable
and offer exceptional dot stability on press. • KODAK ELECTRA EXCEL HRL
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Thermal Plates will be running at the Komori stand. These high resolution plates
are chosen for demanding print jobs, performing with the proven reliability and
quality of the original KODAK ELECTRA Plate. • KODAK SWORD ULTRA Thermal Plates can be found at the Komori stand. KODAK SWORD ULTRA Thermal Plates deliver exceptional quality and durability. These plates are ideal for
printers who need a robust CTP plate and require high productivity. • KODAK
SWORD J Thermal Plate, available only in Japan, can be found at the Sakurai
stand. SWORD J Thermal Plates help printers deliver excellent print quality with
KODAK STACCATO Screening Technology and strong durability for web offset
printing with superb reliability, repeatability, convenience, and speed. • KODAK
EXTHERMO TP-W Thermal Plates will be running at the Sakurai stand. • KODAK EXTHERMO TP-U Thermal Plates can be found at the Sakurai stand. •
KODAK THERMALNEWS GOLD Digital Plates can be found at the Nela stand.
The THERMALNEWS GOLD Digital Plates meet the rigorous demands of newspaper printing while delivering outstanding resolution for premium newspaper
printing and commercial quality printing. THERMALNEWS GOLD Plates offer
run lengths of more than 200,000 impressions without postbaking. • KODAK VIOLETNEWS Digital Plates will be on display at the Krause stand. VIOLETNEWS
Digital Plates offer fast imaging and processing for newspapers demanding high
productivity environments, as well as resilient press performance and low developer consumption.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com
and PluggedIn.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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Flexcel, Electra, Electra Excel, Sword, Exthermo, Thermalnews Gold and VioletNews are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
05/29/2008
KODAK COLORFLOW Software Introduces Color
Relationship Management to Redefine How Users
Work with Color
Ink Optimizing Solution Improves Print Quality While Reducing Ink Consumption
Kodak showcases COLORFLOW Software along with its Ink Optimizing solution at drupa
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29—Prepress professionals, print service
providers, designers and others involved in the print production process have
historically struggled to control and manage color, often employing a variety of
disconnected tools in an attempt to achieve the desired results. KODAK COLORFLOW Software aligns color across devices, enabling integrated color control
with the KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System.
COLORFLOW Software delivers Color Relationship Management that unifies all
the color elements, such as ICC profiles, curves and spot color recipes, managing the relationship between them and the device print conditions. Tight integration with the workflow and between devices enables automatic updates when
production variables occur or a print condition is redefined. Color control can
be automated through the PRINERGY System’s job process templates, a process that can be further enhanced by the sophistication of database rules based
automation.
COLORFLOW Software will be fully integrated with KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System Version 5 and enables efficient setup of complex color workflows
with an intuitive user interface that leads users through the necessary steps to
ensure accurate color production. COLORFLOW Software supports open standards and has been designed to simplify the tasks of busy prepress professionals.
“Kodak offers a solution that is simple to use and delivers high quality, consistent color for all applications,” said Arjen Van Der Meulen, Director of Color,
Enterprise Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group (GCG). “With our
experience in color science and our unique technology, we are able to bring all
the elements together to address the color challenges that exist in a majority of
today’s production environments.”
Able to accurately manage color on everything from displays and proofers to
platesetters and presses, COLORFLOW Software takes the guesswork out of
color. Users can be confident that the color specified at the beginning of the
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job is the color that will appear on the final product. COLORFLOW Software
enables users to capitalize on one integrated solution that is part of a complete
workflow, without having to pull the pieces together themselves. “Color relationship management enables the process to be automated, thereby reducing
human intervention and the risk of error,” explained Charles Nordeen, Product
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KODAK COLORFLOW Software with Ink Optimizing Solution reduces ink consumption and ink costs for web and sheetfed printers while improving print quality
through greater press stability.
The Ink Optimizing Solution produces ICC device link profiles that can be used
to reseparate images automatically through GCR separation techniques within
the PRINERGY Workflow. Unlike ordinary ICC profiles, device link profiles do
not describe a specific color space, but instead define the conversion from a
specific source color space to a destination color space. This way, primary and
secondary tints and solids all remain pure.
“The effect of using a GCR separation process is to reduce CMY ink consumption
while introducing black ink, resulting in more stable color, while also reducing
makeready times and enabling higher print speeds and improved repeatability
from job to job,” noted Nordeen. Users can specify the total area coverage,
black onset value, and GCR level to optimize the device link for the target print
condition.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
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podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
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nition of its sustainability program, Kodak earned a place on the FTSE Good
Index listing of socially responsible companies for more than five years. In addition, Kodak has established voluntary partnerships with leading sustainability
organizations such as Business Roundtable’s S.E.E. Change Initiative (Social,
Environmental, Economic) and the Global Environmental Management Initiative.
The sustainability information kit was introduced in the United States last year.
About Kodak
(Kodak, ColorFlow and Prinergy are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.)
2008
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
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To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group Introduces
Localized Information Kit to Help Printers in the U.K.
and DACH Regions Achieve a More Sustainable Print
Business
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29—Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group
expands its program of bringing localized sustainability information to specific
geographic regions.
A kit with information and resources to help printers in the U.K. and DACH regions understand how sustainability may impact their business debuts at drupa.
Content for the kit, titled ‘Toward Greater Sustainability…Together,’ was developed specifically for European markets and focuses on the business and operational implications of a sustainability program.
“We are committed to working with associations and customers around the
world to develop and localize meaningful sustainability programs,” said Kevin
Joyce, Chief Marketing Officer, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group and
Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. “This latest version of the sustainability kit reflects our goal of providing customers with knowledge and solutions
as they develop and implement their sustainability plans, as well as information
about our own efforts to become a more sustainable organization.”
The kit includes an overview of sustainability trends, best practices and strategies. It also features a case study of two printers at the forefront of environmentally responsible practices, a glossary of terms, and a guide to industry and
government resources to assist customers with their sustainability efforts. An
overview of sustainability related products, programs and services from Kodak’s
Graphic Communications Group is also included.
Kodak has a long standing commitment to sustainability for its customers, communities and employees. Over the past five years, Kodak has achieved a 36
percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and energy usage. In recog-
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Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
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(Kodak is a trademark of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/11/2008
Dereli Graphics Finalizes Orders for 21 KODAK CTP
Devices at drupa
Highlights clear trend towards digital technology in rapidly growing Turkish market
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 10 — In a move that highlights how important digital technology has become in the Turkish market, Dereli Graphics, Kodak’s Istanbul-based distributor finalized orders for 21 CTP devices at drupa
2008. Dereli Graphics is a long established company, serving not only commercial printers but also packaging and digital printers in Turkey, and has been
working together with Kodak for just one year. “The breadth of the Kodak digital portfolio and the quality, reliability and consistency across the range that
these devices bring to the market, has shown our Turkish customers the advantages of moving to digital,” comments Mr Ahmet Dereli, owner of Dereli Graphics.
“We believe that this is just the beginning, and that many other Turkish printers
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will follow suit after the sale of this number of devices during the drupa exhibition.” The twenty-one CTP devices that have been sold are a mixture of the KODAK MAGNUS 400 Platesetters; KODAK MAGNUS 800 Platesetters; a KODAK
MAGNUS VLF Platesetter; KODAK TRENDSETTER NEWS Thermal Platesetters, and a KODAK THERMOFLEX Wide Platesetter featuring the sleeve option.
The KODAK MAGNUS 400 Platesetter is a productive 4-page CTP device using Kodak’s Thermal Imaging Technology, delivering high throughput, efficient
plate handling, and ease of use for commercial printers. It images 16 or 21
plates/hr. with optional advanced automation. The MAGNUS 800 Platesetter is
a B1 device which provides high-quality imaging using KODAK technology and
produces up to 40 plates per hour. New engineering and software deliver greater
performance and reduced downtime. The modular design allows for advanced
automation with an autoloader with a single-cassette unit holding 100 plates or
a multi-cassette unit that can hold up to 500 plates. A semi-automatic device is
also available, featuring ContinuousLoad that allows for continuous platemaking. The KODAK MAGNUS VLF QUANTUM - Platesetter produces quality imaging with repeatability, reliability, improved functionality, and increased speed for
large commercial and packaging printers. It is the fastest fully-automated VLF
Platesetter on the market, capable of imaging 27 80-inch plates an hour. Featuring premium KODAK SQUARESPOT Thermal Imaging Technology with 10,000
dpi optical resolution, the VLF CTP device delivers the sharpness and consistency to enable high-linescreen or FM screening. The KODAK TRENDSETTER
NEWS Thermal CTP Device comes in five speeds, ranging from 60 to more than
240 plates per hour to suit newspaper printing facilities of all sizes. It delivers
fast, reliable imaging with a standard file format interface for newspaper production systems. It is available with semi-automatic or fully automated plate loading
and unloading. The machine-to-machine accuracy of KODAK SQUARESPOT
Thermal Imaging Heads, combined with the binary nature of thermal imaging,
achieves consistent and repeatable halftone dot structures. The KODAK THERMOFLEX Platesetters are available in Narrow, Mid, and Wide formats, and give
printers and converters outstanding imaging quality and process control. All
devices feature industry leading imaging systems, including KODAK HYPERFLEX Ready Imaging Technology for flexo, to deliver high impact, repeatable
print results. In sleeve mode, the THERMOFLEX Wide Platesetter supports
both seamless photopolymer sleeves as well as digital plate-on-sleeve imaging applications. The unique quick-change feature enables a single operator to
switch the THERMOFLEX Device from sheet mode to sleeve mode in a matter
of minutes, without the need for any auxiliary equipment. KODAK Products are
backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made
up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more than 120 countries. It is a
leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic
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communications, document imaging and data storage industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to provide services that
control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com. Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds. To subscribe, visit
www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak
podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our podcasts may
be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes
application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak, Magnus, Trendsetter News, Thermoflex and Squarespot are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/11/2008
Netherlands-based ProFlexeS Invests in KODAK
NEXPRESS 2500 Digital Production Color Press at
drupa 2008
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 10 — ProFlexeS, a commercial printing
business based in Kerkrade, The Netherlands, purchased a five-color KODAK NEXPRESS 2500 Digital Production Color Press and KODAK NEXPRESS
Glossing Unit at drupa. The sixteen employee-strong ProFlexeS, which specializes in web to print projects for the consumer and business markets, made the
investment to strengthen its capability in full color variable data printing applications, in particular in the area of personalized products, including greetings
cards. Delivering 2500 A3/tabloid 4/0 sheets per hour (83 pages per minute) on
a very wide range of substrates, the NEXPRESS 2500 features a fully modular
design which allows it to be completely field upgradeable for increased speed
(3000 sheets per hour / 100 pages per minute), paper feeding capacity and delivery capacity. The five color configuration will also enable ProFlexeS to benefit
from an array of GATF InterTech Award winning KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions, comprising: in-line coating, glossing, or a fifth color to expand
the printing gamut and reproduce spot colors. “We were particularly impressed
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with the high, offset-like image quality and increased productivity achievable
with the NEXPRESS 2500,” said Mr Dennis van Rijswijk, Owner and Managing
Director of ProFlexeS. “This press also delivers our business a much greater
level of versatility, which will enable us to meet our customer needs more effectively”, he adds. “Not only that, but as an environmentally-conscious printer,
we also expect to benefit from the in-built sustainability attributes offered by the
NEXPRESS 2500.” KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated
services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support
services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are
uniquely qualified to provide services that control costs, maximize productivity,
and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com. Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds. To subscribe, visit
www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak
podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our podcasts may
be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes
application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak and NexPress are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/02/2008
New KODAK Proofing Software Enhances
Performance for Package Printing Market
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 1 —Kodak unveils new features for KODAK
Proofing Software, one of the key components of Kodak’s complete proofing
portfolio. These new features make it easier for package printers and converters
to proof using inkjet printers. The newest version of the software, which drives
popular inkjet proofing devices as well as the KODAK APPROVAL Digital Color
Imaging System, now will also drive the new EPSON STYLUS Pro 7900 and
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9900 Printers for wider gamut printing. Also, packaging customers will be able
to access all the tools needed to achieve accurate color proofs easily and reliably
for a wide range of color spaces, right out of the box.
KODAK Proofing Software is Kodak’s RIP software application that drives Kodak’s range of halftone and inkjet proofing systems. With KODAK Proofing Software, customers can use a single software interface to achieve optimal proofing
on both the KODAK APPROVAL System and leading inkjet printers used for
imposition, intermediate, and contract proofing. KODAK Proofing Software’s integration with KODAK Workflow Systems and output devices allows for fewer
production steps, and maintains file and color integrity throughout the workflow.
For the first time, Kodak will show its new Skew Correction System for double
sided imposition proofing. This new software feature provides front to back registration typically to within 1 mm and works with Kodak’s double sided media
guide for EPSON Printers to help ensure customers can achieve more precise
imposition proofs with less wasted media and in less time. Additionally, Kodak
unveils its new iterative calibration feature for improved color consistency.
“The increasingly complex demands for color proofing in the global package
printing segment drive the enhancements to KODAK Proofing Software,” said
John Cross, General Manager, Packaging Products, Prepress Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “The new features in version 4.0 are
designed to help users achieve the best possible halftone or inkjet color proofs
right out of the box, no matter what the color or substrate.”
At drupa, Kodak is announcing new features for its inkjet proofing portfolio to
make it easier for package printers and converters to proof using inkjet. KODAK Proofing Software which works with industry leading inkjet printers to create
contract quality proofs, will provide tools that allow the customer to better stimulate printed output from flexographic presses, produce key sets and achieve the
wider color gamut necessary.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
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Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak and Approval are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
05/30/2008
Range Printing Selects KODAK EMS Business
Software to Manage Continued Business Growth
Integration of EMS with INSITE Storefront System gives Range comprehensive
control over fast growing online business
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 30—Range Printing, a successful commercial
print service provider in Brainerd, Minn., selected KODAK EMS Business Software v1.0, a complete business workflow solution that combines the strength of
an ERP solution with sophisticated print focused capabilities. EMS Software integrates with other KODAK and third-party products, and offers real time access
to business data, integrated customer and supplier relationship management,
advanced estimating and production planning, shop floor data collection, and
integrated quality control.
Founded 40 years ago, Range Printing today boasts a national customer base
served by its 55 employees, operating six days a week, 24 hours a day. The
company has established a loyal following as a sheetfed print service provider,
and also offers design and prepress services along with complete bindery and
mailing services, including variable data direct mail. Range Printing also has an
online business with a print portal powered by the KODAK INSITE Storefront
System. Integration between INSITE Storefront System and EMS Software will
provide Range Printing with more control over their online business. “Until now,
we’ve been managing our digital business manually, which has been a very slow,
inefficient process,” explained Steve Sundquist, CEO at Range Printing. “EMS
Software will support a reorganization of our business and be the cornerstone
of the new infrastructure that will enable us to grow our online and traditional
businesses.”
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As part of the integration process, Range will set new standard operating procedures for reporting and management throughout their business. These changes
will enable Range to discover true costs and let them manage and grow their
business using real time key performance indicators (KPIs).
Range Printing was one of the first installations of the INSITE Storefront System
and has the KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System, KODAK TRENDSETTER
Platesetter, KODAK NEXPRESS 2100 Digital Production Color Press, KODAK
DIGIMASTER Digital Production System and KODAK Plates. Sundquist added,
“Now with EMS Software, our whole operation will be under a single vendor. We
will get better management of our business, backed by Kodak’s strong customer
service.”
KODAK EMS Business Software enables Range Printing to view key performance indicators; manage traditional and digital businesses and other service
offerings; speed turnaround time for quotes with accurate estimating; control job
scheduling; and track costs and profitability, as well as many other powerful functions. “We are very excited Range Printing chose KODAK EMS Business Software to run their entire business,” said Eliza Leung, Product Manager, Business
Workflow, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “Adding EMS Software to
their environment will offer them a comprehensive system for managing the front
office, back office, and production areas of their company. EMS Software will
help them to take their business to the next level.”
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
05/29/2008
New Workflow Solutions Tailored to Digital Print
Environments among Highlights of KODAK PRINERGY
Workflow System, Version 5.0
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, May 29—Digital print workflow tools, a device
based color management platform, next generation screening technologies, a
PDF editing solution for Adobe® Illustrator® CS3, enhanced automation and
job planning capabilities for packaging workflows, and extended support for JDF
lead a series of new features in KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System, Version
5.0.
Marking a substantial expansion of the industry leading workflow and connectivity solution, PRINERGY Workflow System, Version 5.0 delivers optimal integration, productivity and automation for blended conventional and digital production environments. The release of PRINERGY Workflow System, Version 5.0
provides new versions of the entire line, including KODAK PRINERGY EVO,
PRINERGY CONNECT and PRINERGY POWERPACK Workflow Systems. In
addition, Kodak announces a new product, KODAK PRINERGY Digital Workflow
System, a workflow solution built specifically for the needs and requirements of
digital printing.
“By seamlessly integrating conventional and digital workflows, providing integrated color control, delivering more powerful JDF driven Rules Based Automation, and otherwise enabling the removal of manual steps from the print production process, PRINERGY System 5.0 delivers unprecedented levels of super
efficiency,” said Judi Hess, General Manager, Enterprise Solutions, Kodak’s
Graphic Communications Group, and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.
teria such as stock type, due date, estimated time to print and customer information. Via integrated JDF/JMF bidirectional connectivity options for digital
presses, PRINERGY Digital Workflow System can provide instant live device
status feedback, report on job status, and log and track all production history.
With extended support for industry standard VDP file formats such as PPML/VDX
and VPS, PRINERGY Digital Workflow System delivers rich personalized variable data applications to a wide array of digital presses complete with all job
specifications through integrated support for JDF. Together with JDF driven
Rules Based Automation that uses conditions and logic to automatically process
jobs, PRINERGY Digital Workflow System provides outstanding productivity and
performance.
KODAK Web to Print Solutions and KODAK PRINERGY Digital Workflow System
As a component of KODAK Web to Print Solutions, PRINERGY Digital System
enables zero touch automation, or the elimination of virtually all manual processes from customer orders through to completed jobs, using Rules Based
Automation technology. Full integration and connectivity between KODAK INSITE Storefront System, KODAK INSITE Variable Data Print System and KODAK PRINERGY Digital Print System mean that jobs pass seamlessly through
production and arrive at the digital press complete with their specifications.
Integrated Color Control
Comprehensive New Digital Workflow Tools
PRINERGY System 5.0 integrates tightly with KODAK COLORFLOW Software,
enabling color control within a blended production environment such as offset
and digital environments. COLORFLOW Software delivers Color Relationship
Management that unifies all the color elements, such as ICC profiles, curves and
spot color recipes, managing the relationship between the color elements and
the device print conditions. Tight integration with the workflow and between devices enables efficient setup of complex color workflows and automatic updates
when production variables occur or a print condition is redefined.
Designed for the unique requirements of digital print workflows, such as higher
job volumes and shorter runs than conventional environments, PRINERGY Digital Workflow System helps customers increase their profit potential with digital
print. A simple, powerful interface allows users to batch process and filter, sort
and print digital jobs quickly and easily.
KODAK COLORFLOW Software with Ink Optimizing Solution reduces ink consumption and ink costs for web and sheetfed printers while improving print quality through greater press stability. The Ink Optimizing Solution produces ICC
device link profiles that can be used to reseparate images automatically through
GCR separation within the PRINERGY Workflow.
PRINERGY Digital Workflow System includes a set of digital production tools
that provide the extended automation, intelligent job handling, and flexibility required to drive productivity and efficiency for digital jobs. Smart Lists, for example, serves as an intuitive job scheduling tool that maximizes control and
visibility over the production schedule. The Smart Lists function enables digital printers to easily and quickly queue jobs according to production critical cri-
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Prinergy Workflow System 5.0 features all new intelligent auto ganging imposition. Based on the award winning KODAK PREPS Imposition Software version
5.3.2, PRINERGY Workflow Solution now has the ability to create ganged layouts from a jobs file list. Users can specify criteria used to make decisions about
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which jobs are imposed and when. Using watched folders and intelligent automated ganging, PRINERGY Workflow Solution can save printers hundreds of
hours in productivity.
Next Generation Screening Technologies
To further enhance print quality and expand the levels of screen ranges available to users, PRINERGY System 5.0 integrates new KODAK STACCATO
CX Screening Technology and KODAK MAXTONE CX Screening Technology.
STACCATO CX and MAXTONE CX Technologies enable users to configure the
highlight, midtone, and shadow dots of both AM and FM screens to maximize
the capabilities of prepress equipment, the pressroom, paper, ink and other consumables. “Our hybrid screening solutions are being used with great success
in commercial, publication, packaging and newspaper environments,” said Dan
Blondal, Technology Manager, Print Quality, Enterprise Solutions, Kodak. “CX
technology enables users to fine tune their screens to suit their print production
environment and address their competitive needs.”
Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) Convert – a PDF file Editing Solution
for Adobe Illustrator CS3
For many years, prepress professionals have longed to use the robust graphic
editing capabilities of Adobe Illustrator CS3 and Adobe Photoshop® CS3 on
their Adobe PDF files. At drupa, Kodak will demonstrate a unique and innovative feature in PRINERGY Version 5.0 that allows individual graphic elements
within an Adobe PDF file to be edited using the standard tools available in Adobe
Illustrator CS3 and Adobe Photoshop CS3.
Layout Automation for Packaging
With the ever increasing focus on shortening “time to market” for packaged
goods, Kodak is demonstrating at drupa a new automation feature within
PRINERGY Version 5.0 that allows for packaging production layouts to be dynamically created using the proven Rules Based Automation feature and KODAK PANDORA Step-and-Repeat software.
The TIFF Assembler Plus – Job Planning Module
At drupa, Kodak will be demonstrating a ground breaking approach to planning
jobs for corrugated printers. Embedded within the KODAK TIFF Assembler Plus
Software, Version 2.6 is a dynamic cost analysis tool that allows production planners to see the impacts of their decisions before they are made. This new approach to job planning provides for scenario modeling and real time input on the
actual production cost, providing for increased productivity and cost savings.
Industry Leading JDF Support
PRINERGY System 5.0 continues to deliver industry leading connectivity and
integration through the implementation of JDF standards. Interfacing produc-
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tion workflow environments with MIS systems and press side solutions helps to
improve manufacturing efficiency and optimize business productivity.
Kodak will demonstrate PRINERGY Workflow System 5.0 at drupa for the first
time and it will be available in the last quarter of 2008.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
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(Kodak, Prinergy, Prinergy Connect, Prinergy PowerPack, Prinergy Evo, InSite,
ColorFlow, Staccato, Maxtone and Pandora are trademarks of Eastman Kodak
Company.) 2008
05/12/2008
Kodak to Show Stream Concept Printhead at drupa
ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 24— Visitors to drupa 2008 in Dusseldorf, Germany,
will have the opportunity to see KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology in a hybrid
printing application. The Stream Concept Printhead from Kodak will be running
inline on a MULLER MARTINI Press. Capable of delivering monochrome offset class VDP applications at up to 1,000 fpm to commercial offset printers, the
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Stream Concept Printhead from Kodak shows KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology’s potential for hybrid printing and also serves as a technology platform for
future inkjet systems based on KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology.
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
The first planned product with this new technology, the 4-inch Stream Concept
Printhead from Kodak is designed to produce a deep, rich black at 600 dpi on
glossy substrates, and to be easy to operate and service. This flexible hybrid
printing solution provides a powerful option for print service providers looking to
add offset class variable data print to direct mail, statements and other commercial applications. When launched, the product based on this technology demonstration will produce offset class quality at a more economical cost point than
offline printing solutions.
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A group of Kodak customers previewed the technology during an open house
at Kodak’s Dayton, Ohio, inkjet facility. “I was truly impressed by the technology
demonstration. I never thought it was possible to attain such high quality using
an inkjet system,” said Jaime Silva, owner of Impresora Silvaform S. A. de C.V.
in Mexico City. “It seems as though this new technology will position Kodak to
take the lead in the overall inkjet market.”
The Stream Concept Printhead from Kodak is able to print on commercially available substrates and offers excellent character definition and small font capability. KODAK Stream Inkjet Technology offers printers the ability to expand into
new markets by leveraging current lithographic equipment for new and different
commercial VDP applications.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com, and
1000nerds.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
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06/05/2008
Kodak Sells its First CTP System in West Africa to
Newspaper Publisher in Ghana
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 5—Graphic Communications Group in Accra, Ghana, placed an order for a KODAK TRENDSETTER 800 III Platesetter, the recently introduced KODAK ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate, KODAK
PRINERGY POWERPACK Workflow System, and KODAK MATCHPRINT Inkjet
Proofing System.
The sale of the prepress bundle closed at drupa marks the first computer to
plate (CTP) installation in West Africa for Kodak. The sale was administered
through FC Exports, sales agent for Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group in
West Africa. Graphic Communications Group publishes the national newspaper,
Daily Graphic. The company also has expanded into commercial and package
printing.
“We based our purchase decision on the speed, quality and consistency offered by the CTP system from Kodak,” said John Tagoe, Procurement Manager,
Graphic Communications Group. “With these new solutions from Kodak, we expect to grow our business in each of the three market segments that we serve.”
The TRENDSETTER 800 III Platesetter offers a throughput of 40 plates per
hour and provides reliable, cost effective functionality with the flexibility to meet
production and business needs both now and in the future.
Launched at drupa 2008, the ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate is a non ablative, no
preheat, positive working digital plate. The ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate exhibits
impressive prepress and on press stability for excellent resolution, run length,
and color control throughout the full press run. With typically triple the unbaked
run length of the KODAK ELECTRA HR Plates, the highly durable ELECTRA
XD Plate also helps printers reduce overall plate consumption and energy usage
while maintaining consistency, stability, and print quality.
The PRINERGY POWERPACK Workflow System is a packaging specific version of the popular PRINERGY EVO Workflow System for printers and converters looking to add an economical PDF based workflow system to their shop.
The MATCHPRINT Inkjet Proofing System supports EPSON Printers and includes KODAK Proofing Software and KODAK MATCHPRINT Inkjet Media to
meet industry specifications including GRACoL, FOGRA and SWOP. Graphic
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Communications Group utilizes the MATCHPRINT Inkjet Proofing System with
its EPSON STYLUS Pro 9880 Printer.
XD Plate also helps printers reduce overall plate consumption and energy usage
while maintaining consistency, stability, and print quality.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
Launching at drupa 2008, the ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate is a non ablative, no
preheat, positive working digital plate. With consistent dot to dot reproduction,
the ELECTRA XD Plate provides excellent prepress latitude, helping users reduce manual intervention and cut makeready time. The ELECTRA XD Plate’s
outstanding dot stability helps ensure more consistent and stable production
on press from start to finish. Capable of printing 10 micron FM screening, the
ELECTRA XD Plate’s resolution is 1% to 99% at 250 lpi.
About Kodak
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com/, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak, Trendsetter, Electra, Prinergy Powerpack, and Matchprint are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
05/29/2008
KODAK ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate Brings Offset
Printing to New Levels of Stability and Quality
Newest KODAK Thermal Plate delivers exceptional latitude and longer runs
ROCHESTER, N.Y., May 27—Kodak unveils the next level of digital plate for
high performance printing with the new KODAK ELECTRA XD Thermal Plate,
exhibiting impressive prepress and on press stability for excellent resolution, run
length, and color control throughout the full press run. With typically triple the
unbaked run length of the ELECTRA HR Plates, the highly durable ELECTRA
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“The ELECTRA XD Plate enables further hands off automation in parts of the
printing process that once required manual intervention and labor intensive monitoring and adjustments,” said Rich Rindo, Director Global Product Management,
Printing Plates Business, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group. “It actually
‘industrializes’ FM screening and fine AM line screens, allowing the work to be
repeated day in and day out with consistent, stable quality. That becomes a real
competitive advantage for users.”
The ELECTRA XD Plate is rated for 500,000 impressions without baking and 1.5
million baked, and is ideal for medium to long run sheetfed and heatset/coldset
web offset operations. Because of its run length, users of the ELECTRA XD
Plate may be able to reduce plate usage and decrease energy costs.
ELECTRA XD Plates have been in rigorous beta site testing in both the EAMER
and US&C regions with positive results. The ELECTRA XD Plate is currently
manufactured in Europe and manufacturing is scaling up in the United States
and Asia.
The ELECTRA XD Plate extends Kodak’s leadership in thermal plates. Plate innovations include: the first thermal CTP plate at drupa 1995; the KODAK ELECTRA Plate, the first no preheat thermal plate and world’s best selling thermal
plate to date; the KODAK SWORD Thermal Printing Plate, the first no preheat
and highly robust thermal plate; the KODAK THERMALNEWS Digital Plate, the
first high speed thermal newspaper plate; and the KODAK THERMAL DIRECT
Non Process Plate, a truly non process plate. Beyond thermal plates, Kodak’s
broad portfolio of digital plates offers options for violet laser systems for commercial printing and newspaper publishing.
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi-vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize busi-
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ness risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com. Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds. To subscribe, visit
www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak
podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our podcasts may
be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes
application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak, InSite, Prinergy, Digimaster, NexPress and Trendsetter are trademarks
of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/11/2008
Venus Printing Press Makes First Middle Eastern
Purchase of KODAK NEXPRESS M700 Digital Color
Press at drupa 2008
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 10 — Venus Printing Press LLC, a large
commercial printer and digital print shop based in Abu Dhabi, is purchasing the
first KODAK NEXPRESS M700 Press for the Middle Eastern market. In a move
to expand into full color variable data applications to meet the needs of its customers across the financial, design agency and government markets, the United
Arab Emirate based printer has selected the KODAK M700 Press. Appealing to
print providers who want to profitably enter the digital printing business with short
run color, web to print, and variable data capabilities, the four color press runs
at 70 pages per minute for the full range of supported substrate types (coated,
uncoated, synthetics, and selected offset paper) and weights (64-300gsm). It
produces output with excellent quality text and graphics, high density, a wide
color gamut and high resolution (1200x 1200 dpi). “We were extremely excited
about the quality of the material and the versatility that the KODAK M700 Press
can provide,” said Mr Ahmed Al Nawais, Managing Director for Venus Printing Press. “We have been looking for a press that can allow us to increase
out production levels and produce material of high quality to meet the needs
of our customers, and are confident that with this purchase we will be leading
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the way for other Middle Eastern based printers.” KODAK Products are backed
by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of
more than 3,000 professionals reaching more than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation,
maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage industries. KODAK Service
and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to provide services that control
costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
About Kodak As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses, and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures
and printing to enrich their lives.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com. Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds. To subscribe, visit
www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In addition, Kodak
podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our podcasts may
be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PC-based media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the iTunes
application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
#
(Kodak and NexPress are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/04/2008
Kodak Sponsors Sheridan College “The Language of
Illustration” Graduate Exhibition and Catalog
Student artwork printed and distributed at drupa 2008
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 4—Kodak, in its commitment to the advancement of visual communications, recently sponsored “The Language of Illustration,” a graduate exhibition and catalog produced by Sheridan College Institute
of Technology and Advanced Learning in Toronto. Designed to promote the work
of graduate students in the Illustration program, the catalog was printed using a
variety of KODAK Products.
Recognizing that illustration is at the point of visual communications where creativity and commerce intersect, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group (GCG)
works to support the next generation of illustrators through its sponsorship of
projects such as this one. In addition to financial and technical support, Kodak’s
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Graphic Communications Group also is licensing some of the students’ work to
produce a series of posters that will be distributed at drupa.
ness risk.
Leveraging workflow, prepress, and printing solutions from Kodak, the posters
will be printed daily and available at the Kodak booth. Some of the products involved in prepress include the KODAK INSITE Prepress Portal System, KODAK
MATCHPRINT Virtual Proofing Option, KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System,
KODAK STACCATO CX Screening, KODAK MAGNUS QUANTUM Platesetter,
and KODAK ELECTRA EXCEL HRL Thermal Plates.
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
For the posters printed digitally, products used in the process include KODAK
NEXPRESS V Front End, KODAK NEXPRESS S3000 and S2500 Digital Production Color Presses with Fifth Imaging Unit, KODAK NEXPRESS M700 Digital
Color Press, and a KODAK DIGIMASTER EX150 Digital Production System, as
well as the KODAK NEXPRESS Glossing Unit to produce the high gloss surface.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
addition, Kodak podcasts are viewable at www.kodak.com/go/podcasts. Our
podcasts may be downloaded for viewing on iTunes, Quicktime, or other PCbased media players. Users may also subscribe to Kodak podcasts via the
iTunes application if already installed on your computer. From the iTunes store,
type “Kodak podcast” in the search field to view all of our podcast offerings.
“The illustration course is very interesting to us because these students are using
their creativity and applying it to commercial applications,” noted Jon Bracken,
Vice President, Marketing and Channels, Enterprise Solutions, GCG. “The quality of work is truly spectacular, and we are proud to be able to support the course
and the students in this way. This collaborative effort sends a clear message
that creativity combined with Offset Class Imaging yields outstanding results.
Print is powerful.”
The Illustration Degree program at Sheridan is organized around the concept
that commercial illustration typically supports words or a product or service and
is used in a wide range of media—from print, books, posters, packaging and signage to graphic images on television, and most recently Web pages and multimedia. This program helps students build a strong portfolio of work and prepare
for a career in the field.
Donna Braggins, a Professor for Sheridan College Institute of Technology and
Advanced Learning and a nationally recognized art director and design leader,
said, “Our graduate illustration curriculum gives students the foundation they
need to make their own impact on the visual communications industry. With the
support of key industry suppliers such as Kodak, we are able to enhance the
educational experience and expose our students to the latest technologies in
the field.”
KODAK Products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support is made up of more than 3,000 professionals reaching more
than 120 countries. It is a leading multi vendor integrated services provider, delivering consulting, installation, maintenance and support services for the commercial printing, graphic communications, document imaging and data storage
industries. KODAK Service and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to
provide services that control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize busi-
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About Kodak
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
For more information about Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group, visit
www.graphics.kodak.com. For downloading photos and videos from Kodak’s
image library, visit: http://graphics.kodak.com/gcgimages.
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(Kodak InSite, Matchprint, Prinergy, Staccato, Magnus Quantum, Electra Excel,
NexPress and Digimaster are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.) 2008
06/06/2008
Kodak Previews New Capabilities of KODAK
TRACELESS System for Anticounterfeiting at drupa
2008
DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY, June 6—Kodak is previewing enhanced capabilities of its KODAK TRACELESS System for Anticounterfeiting at drupa 2008.
Kodak will offer technology demonstrations of several new Security Solutions capabilities, including thermal transfer ribbon, optically variable ink and the ability
to deliver the TRACELESS System on KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Production
Color Presses.
The TRACELESS System can be easily integrated into existing production processes, allowing virtually any industry to use the sophisticated solution to protect
its products. Kodak already implemented its solutions in the pharmaceutical,
consumer electronics, wine, apparel, cosmetic, fragrance and other markets.
New applications demonstrated at drupa will make it even easier for print service providers to offer TRACELESS System protection.
The NEXPRESS Digital Production Color Presses will be able to apply anticounterfeiting measures using the KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit Solution.
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This easy to implement method has no effects on the characteristics of the end
product, providing printers with maximum flexibility for delivering an effective
anticounterfeiting measure for their customers. Kodak is actively seeking pilot
customers for secure printing with NEXPRESS Presses. “Kodak is leveraging
its expertise in material science and digital imaging to enable printers, brand
owners and organizations to be proactive against counterfeiting,” said Steven
Powell, General Manager, Security Solutions, Kodak’s Graphic Communications
Group. “For brand owners, the print process is a critical role in developing a
brand protection strategy, and with the TRACELESS System, printers are well
positioned to deliver a tough measure against counterfeiting.”
Optically variable inks (OVI), such as those used on major banknotes, are another printed security device commonly used to provide a visible anticounterfeiting solution in which ink color changes as the viewing angle is varied. OVI is
a powerful countermeasure, and when used in conjunction with the ultra covert
TRACELESS System, provides a thorough brand protection strategy that offers both authentication and copy prevention. During drupa, Kodak is displaying
printed samples of OVI that are currently in development and can easily be combined with TRACELESS System markers.
Thermal transfer ribbon, commonly used in the 6 million thermal transfer printers
around the world, is a common method for printing barcode labels for products,
such as electronic devices and pharmaceutical packaging. Kodak demonstrates
how its TRACELESS System allows manufacturers to print authenticated barcode labels that can be used to both authenticate and track items targeted by
counterfeiters.
Editor’s Note: Kodak corporate news releases are now offered via RSS feeds.
To subscribe, visit www.kodak.com/go/RSS and look for the RSS symbol. In
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2008
Product Overview
Eastman Kodak Company
01.1090
CIP 4 applications
01.1095
Colour management, calibration and control systems
01.1105
Computer-to-(Offset) Plate
01.1115
Computer-to-Flexographic Sleeve
KODAK Security Solutions leverage Kodak’s expertise in material science, digital imaging, document imaging, and graphic communications to create a broad
portfolio of products and technologies that protect against counterfeiting. KODAK Security Solutions are backed by KODAK Service and Support, with more
than 3,000 professionals reaching more than 120 countries. KODAK Service
and Support professionals are uniquely qualified to provide services that control
costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
01.1165
E-commerce for printing industry
01.1170
Colour matching systems
01.1260
JDF-applications
About Kodak
01.1265
Cameras, digital
As the world’s foremost imaging innovator, Kodak helps consumers, businesses,
and creative professionals unleash the power of pictures and printing to enrich
their lives.
01.1340
PDF-applications
01.1345
Platesetters - automatic process
In 2007, the TRACELESS System received the GATF InterTech™ Technology
Award for its highly effective capabilities and easy implementation for commercial printers.
To learn more, visit http://www.kodak.com, and our blogs: 1000words.kodak.com,
PluggedIn.kodak.com, and GrowYourBiz.kodak.com.
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01.1365
Proof systems
03.1625
Software, Job Planning
01.1400
Scanners
03.1710
Workflow systems
01.1415
Page make-up and layout systems
05.1045
Chemicals for pre-press production phases
01.1425
Software, Variable Data Printing
05.1050
Chemical mixing & replenishing systems
01.1430
Software, Job Planning
05.1110
Printing formes for flexographic printing
01.1465
Workflow systems
05.1250
Ink-jet papers
02.1160
CIP 4 applications
05.1495
Toner
02.1165
Colour management, calibration and control systems
05.1535
Platemaking accessories & supplies
02.1190
Digital printing presses
06.1010
Consulting
02.1195
Digital colour printing systems
06.1020
Printing formes for offset printing
02.1210
Printing formes for flexographic printing
06.1055
Research and Development
02.1220
Printing formes for offset printing
06.1070
Management information systems
02.1255
Imprinting (units) devices
06.1085
Management software
02.1800
Software, Variable Data Printing
02.1805
Software, Job Planning
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
02.1945
Workflow systems
03.1555
Combination creasing, scoring, slitting and cross
cutting machines
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Eastsign International Limited
Address
Phone
Fax
Internet address
E-Mail
Stand
ECKART GmbH
Rm 1818, Shatin Galleria,
Fotan, N.T.
Hong Kong
Address
Kaiserstraße 30
90763 Fürth
Germany
Phone
+49-915277-0
Fax
+49-915277-7008
Internet address
http://www.eckart.net
E-Mail
info.eckart@altana.com
Stand
Hall 03, B32 (Page 1208)
+852-21170098
+852-21170099
http://www.eastsign.com
sales@eastsign.com
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Product Overview
Eastsign International Limited
Product Overview
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Product Details
05.1290
ECKART GmbH
Plastic films
Eastsign International Limited
05.1085
Printing inks
05.1330
Metallic powder and paste pigments
05.1360
Nacreous lustre pigments
Plastic films
Machines and materials of Eastsign
The main products include: Book binding - Binding machine, Guillotine, Creasing machine, Hard cover make, Joint pressin machine, nipping machine, Gluing
machine, Multi-function creasing machine, All-in-one photo book station, laminators
Paper converting - electronic sheeter, single shaft rewinder, BOPP tape slitter,
paper slitting rewinder, slitter
Roll Materials - Banner, Flex, Mesh, Blockout, Tarpaulin, Window film, Lamination film, Vinyl film, Self-adhesive Vinyl film, Inkjet media, Reflective banner /
PVC, Reflective sheeting
Product Details
05.1330
ECKART GmbH
Metallic powder and paste pigments
Metal effects - coatings and powders
Metal-effect coatings and powders are brilliant and decorative. Due to their
metallic gloss and easy handling, metal-effect coatings and powders are suitable for an extremely wide variety of indoor and outdoor uses, both as a form of
surface finishing and decorative protection.
Panel materials - PVC foam, PS foam, Rigid PVC, PE film, EVA boards, PS
sheets, HIPS sheets, PS mirror sheets, ABS sheets, PP hollow sheets and Aluminum composite panels
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ECS (Nottingham) Ltd.
Address
Unit 17 Hazelford Way Ind. Estate
Nottingham NG15 0DQ
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1623720-444
Fax
+44-1623720-445
Internet address
http://www.ecsnottingham.co.uk
E-Mail
neil@ecsnotts.co.uk
Stand
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Printing inks
05.1130
Printer’s aids
05.1135
Printer’s varnishes
05.1140
Printing blankets
05.1185
Fountain solutions
05.1190
Damping (water) solutions and additives
05.1210
Blanket washing and rejuvenating solutions
Edigit International Srl
Company News
ECS (Nottingham) Ltd.
Address
Via Martiri di Monte Sole 12
40129 Bologna/Bo
Italy
ECS (Nottingham) Ltd are pleased to announce the new development and
opening of ECS (Oceania) Pty Ltd, Australia. The new company will enable
even faster and more efficient service worldwide.
Phone
+39 051-372688
Calcium removal wash and additive developed for automatic blanket washing
systems completely eliminates calcium depositis on the rollers and blankets
Fax
+39 051-372972
Internet address
www.edigit.eu
E-Mail
info@edigit.eu
Stand
Hall 07.2, E02 (Page 1230)
03/17/2008
ECS (Oceania) Pty Ltd
Product Overview
ECS (Nottingham) Ltd.
05.1005
Additives & Concentrates (Ink)
05.1020
Powdering materials
05.1045
Chemicals for pre-press production phases
05.1050
Chemical mixing & replenishing systems
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Company News
04/28/2008
Edigit International Srl
EDIGIT, from Estimates to Full Management Software
for Printing Companies
Edigit software solutions have been on the market for more than twenty years,
helping more than 1,200 small, medium and large-sized printing companies
making estimates and managing their company from the job-sheet stage to invoicing. Accurate print estimating is at the core of Ut-win. No matter how small
or large your company is Ut-win can save you time, improve your customer service and cut costs. The program is modular and all the versions of UT-win can
be implemented step by step , The modular system lets you buy the capability
you need now and expand later.
Edigit is constantly attending Exhibitions taking place all over the world abroad
thus witnessing its technological and organisational enthusiasm. Edigit is consistent with its commercial policy that wants the company to get close, also from
a physical point of view, to old and new customers.
Ut-win is available in different versions : for pre-press companies (UT-Prepress
for Digital Photolithography) – for printing houses (UT-Professional, UT-Gold and
UT-Open) – for label printing companies (UT-label).
Edigit has also implemented software for silk-screen printing companies (UTSSP); digital printing companies (UT-digital) and label printing companies (UTlabel).
UT-win - The software solution for printing companies UT-Professional - The
modular software for medium-sized printing companies UT-Gold - The comprehensive solution for large-sized printing companies.
The software UT-win is the best print estimating software solution for your company. It was designed to satisfy the different needs of the printing industry at
all stages. Ut-win is your key to solve the need for safe, functional, integrated
solutions in a quick and reliable way by helping you to manage your company in
the best and most profitable way.
UT-win enables small and medium sized-companies to make estimates through
an efficient and reliable and tool. Investing money in management software is an
important step towards meeting the rigorous demands and fast-paced requirements of today’s printing industry.
The modularity and the multiple functions of the program UT-win allow our customers to grow together with their companies.
Customers needs are a key point for us, such us helping you to find solutions
to collect data from production (program UT-Touch – Time-Net), or interfaces to
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Accounting programs, or enhancement to your Marketing campaigns.
UT-win is the most efficient and reliable solution to your company’s needs. The
whole company under control, at any moment, during all processing stages, from
accounting to production.
UT-Professional: Utmost compatibility with the Windows World and the most
widespread and commonly used Accounting Systems.
UT-Professional satisfies all the needs of a printing company. The modular extension of the software is always possible also in this version.
From the module estimate, through all the available in UT-win, you can quickly
and easily obtain the creation of an offer to send to your customer.
Then the offer can be sent to customers using the most advanced tools: fax,
e-mail.
You can manage and monitor both in-house and brokered processing stages.
Moreover you can add a whole series of additional modules, such as, for example, managing commercial information, job sheets, warehouse inward and outward movements, orders to suppliers, post-calculation, connection to accounting
programs.
With the software UT-Gold you will have the full control of your company at any
moment in all stages of production and accounting.
EDIGIT GROUP’S NEW PRODUCT:
Business Software for Digital Printing Companies – it is a new easy-to use software specifically tailored for digital printing companies. It was entirely developed
in ASP.net language, it can be used through Intranet and/or Internet browser,
and supported on PC, MAC and Unix.
New UT-leg – It was specifically designed to satisfy requests for estimate-making
in book-binding companies: it is totally integrated with UT as far as monitoring
and management are concerned.
Managing Costs and Contribution Margin – a program specifically tailored for
large companies. It has been totally restyled thanks to the introduction of a
“calculation engine” taken from UT software. Now our customers can choose
between “full cost” and “contribution margin”. Customers are counselled and
periodically checked when approaching new cost frameworks.
Managing Warehouse Location - thanks to the new software UT-ubi our customers are put in a position to manage the raw materials Warehouse and/or
finished products in a simple and straightforward way. All warehouse movements are collected through bar code readers. Analytical integration with Accounting Program – the integration with the accounting software UT-Business is
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now available: a single DB for Management and Accounting and also Analytical
Accounting Tools.
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TIME-web :Time collection for all departments is the new software specifically
designed to solve the difficult and chaotic time collection in the pre-press department. Thanks to the Web technology it can be applied on any platform and
on any company’s production department. Creating Files in JDF format - we are
already testing the connection of the most widespread systems available in the
Italian market between our MIS and JDF technology.
06.1070
Management information systems
06.1080
Gravure suppliers
06.1085
Management software
Address
303 Velocity Way
CA 94404 Foster City
USA
Phone
+1 650 357 3500
Fax
+1 650 357 3907
Internet address
http://www.efi.com
E-Mail
info@efi.com
Stand
Hall 05, C01 (Page 1216)
Product Overview
Edigit International Srl
01.1465
Workflow systems
02.1090
Production data processing
02.1245
E-commerce for printing industry
02.1800
Software, Variable Data Printing
02.1805
Software, Job Planning
02.1945
Workflow systems
03.1230
E-commerce for printing industry
03.1625
Software, Job Planning
03.1710
Workflow systems
04.1650
Software, Job Planning
04.1790
Workflow systems
05.1265
Business branch software
06.1025
Data processing services
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EFI
Company News
06/02/2008
EFI
EFI Fiery Platform Drives New Ricoh Production
Printer; Top Speed, Quality and Powerful VDP Increase
Customers’ ROI
New Fiery for Ricoh Pro C900 among EFI Advanced Workstream Solutions
Showcased at drupa
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – May 30, 2008 – Ricoh and EFI (Nasdaq:
EFI), the world leader in customer–focused digital printing innovation, today announced the newest progress in the companies’ strategic alliance to help customers succeed in the high-end Print-on-Demand market. The EFI Fiery® platform optimizes the new 90 ppm (pages per minute) Ricoh Pro™ C900 with top
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speed, quality, and powerful VDP, and increases return on equipment investment for Ricoh customers in print for pay, reprographic and graphic arts production environments, as well as service bureaus and direct mail companies. At
drupa (May 29 – June 11, 2008) Ricoh Booth A60 in Hall 9, Ricoh will demonstrate the new Fiery among several solutions from the EFI Advanced Workstream Solutions portfolio for Ricoh customers in the professional print market,
including the MicroPress® raster-based colour and black and white workflow solution and Digital StoreFront web-to-print platform. In a first-time demonstration,
Ricoh will showcase integration of the newest version of EFI Advanced Workstream Solution Fiery® Central, production workflow, management and sophisticated make-ready solution.
“This is the first time Ricoh is exhibiting at drupa, and our alliance with EFI is
significant to the digital colour production print solutions we’ll demonstrate, particularly the star of our show presence, the Fiery-driven Ricoh Pro C900,” says
Simon Tapley, manager, Production Printing Solutions, Ricoh Europe. “Digital
printing is leading the way in the colour production market because of its efficiency and short turnaround time. Working with EFI, leaders in high-end digital
print technology innovation, enables us to address our production-class customers’ needs and deliver the professional quality and heavy duty performance
that leads to greater profitability.”
“Drupa attendees visiting the Ricoh booth will be among the first to see the greatest ingenuity from EFI and Ricoh come together specifically to help customers
succeed in the professional digital print market,” said Judy Lin, general manager, Fiery Division, EFI. “The Fiery for the Ricoh Pro C900 and other solutions
from the EFI Advanced Workstream Solutions Portfolio Ricoh will showcase at
drupa deliver tremendous value. These EFI solutions increase return on equipment investment for Ricoh customers as they realize increased efficiency, perfect colour every time, and fast document turnaround, even for the most complex
VDP work.”
EFI Fiery Platform for the Ricoh Pro C900
The Fiery platform enables Ricoh Pro C900 customers to compete more effectively and achieve the highest levels of efficiency in production printing environments, where engine utilization, speed, advanced colour management, and
connectivity are critical to success and profitability.
The Fiery is fully compliant with PDF/X3, a specification for reliable prepress
data interchange that enables designers to provide digital content files that can
be printed predictably and correctly by the print provider. The Fiery passes the
Altona Test Suite and Ghent Output Suite, making it an ideal proofing system for
press simulation in the professional digital print environment.
coh Pro C900 customers, offering customers powerful standard features and the
option of additional packages to customize their Fiery to address their specific
needs. EFI Impose, a What You See is What You Get (WYSIWYG) document
imposition solution, on-line, at-the-point-of-need instructions to make the most
complex jobs easy to manage, advanced Fiery job management capabilities,
and the Graphic Arts Package are bundled features. Options include Compose,
EFI’s visual document make-ready solution, the Fiery Graphic Arts Package,
Premium Edition, a professional “toolkit” for colour accuracy and precision, and
the award-winning EFI Color Profiler Suite profiling solution, a complete suite
of integrated colour management tools to ensure total colour quality control in
colour printing workflows for graphic arts professionals. The bundled features
alone or in combination with the optional features optimize digital press performance and operational ease, boosting productivity and ROI for Ricoh Pro C900
customers.
The powerful Fiery-driven print server delivers new revenue stream opportunities such as high-value variable data printing (VDP). The Fiery readily passed the
most current PPML (Personalized Print Markup Language) testing and earned
PODi (Print on Demand Initiative)’s newest interoperability certification. The
certification ensures that Ricoh Pro C900 customers have the highest possible levels of throughput and productivity when printing personalized material
on demand at high volume. EFI has forged partnerships with leading third-party
personalization software providers and supports such VDP languages as PPML,
Fiery FreeForm™, and a host of legacy proprietary languages, ensuring that the
Fiery platform readily integrates into existing workflows and delivers consistency
regardless of whether the job is VDP or non-VDP.
Fiery supports the new colour specification, PANTONE® Goe™ System enabling accurate spot colour reproduction and the ability to generate PANTONE
libraries directly from the Fiery-driven Ricoh Pro C900. Optional Fiery connectivity with Rampage Workflow System enables high-volume prepress production
across diverse plate setters, proofing systems and other output devices.
With the Fiery open platform and compliance with industry standards such JDF
(Job Definition Format), PDF (Portable Document Format), and PPML, the Fiery
seamlessly integrates into Ricoh customers’ overall print shop operations, including offset/digital hybrid environments and third-party graphic arts workflows,
including CTP (Computer-to-Plate) environments.
The Fiery is a key component of fully integrated EFI Advanced Workstream Solutions, world-class products, services and support that drive customers’ success.
These solutions integrate every aspect of a professional digital print business,
from management to production, colour and output. The EFI Advanced Workstream Solutions featured at the drupa Ricoh booth include:
The Fiery is an open, flexible solution addressing advanced requirements of Ri-
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Fiery Central, EFI’s production workflow, management and sophisticated makeready solution. Readily enabling connection to multiple digital output devices,
Fiery Central is a powerful yet flexible solution that leverages customers’ investment in Fiery-driven technology and familiarity with the Fiery workflow. Further,
JDF connectivity enables a broadened range of integrated workflows. Fiery Central comes in three modular components to address customers’ specific needs
and expand as their workflow requirements change.
Digital StoreFront (DSF), EFI’s web-to-print platform providing a digital on-ramp
for customers to connect with their preferred print service provider. DSF eases
print job specification and file handling for the customer while automating workflow for the print service provider. With DSF, print service providers can provide
proactive job status via the Web and customers are given better visibility into the
production process via online job tracking.
EFI MicroPress, which leverages the latest in platform and operating system
technology to deliver productive colour and black and white digital prepress,
powerful document make-ready and workflow management solutions for Ricoh
digital output devices. The scalable MicroPress solutions accommodate present
and future business needs, maximize work productivity, and achieve the highest
print quality for Ricoh customers in critical production print environments.
Availability
EFI solutions designed for Ricoh customers are available directly from Ricoh
Europe. More information will be available at ricoh-europe.com.
About Ricoh Europe Ricoh Europe PLC is the EMEA Headquarters of Ricoh
Company Ltd., the leading global manufacturer of office equipment, located in
London, United Kingdom and Amstelveen, the Netherlands. Ricoh’s EMEA operations comprise 47 sales subsidiaries and affiliates. In the fiscal year ended
31 March 2007, revenues from Ricoh’s EMEA operations totalled over € 3.3 billion, accounting for 24.5% of the company’s global revenues. Ricoh’s worldwide
sales increased by 8.4% totalling ¥ 2,068.9 billion (€ 13.4 billion).
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital colour print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
EFI, Fiery, and Command WorkStation are registered trademarks of Electronics
For Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
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Contacts:
Ricoh Europe PLC Janice Gibson +44 (0)20 7465 1153 press@ricoh-europe.com
EFI Oliver Luedtke +49 2102 7454 182 oliver.luedtke@efi.com
AD Communications Greg Mills/Lillian Lazarevski/Elni Stofberg Tel. : +44 (0)
1372 464470 E-mail : gmills@adcomms.co.uk E-mail : llazarevski@adcomms.co.uk
E-mail : estofberg@adcomms.co.uk
06/02/2008
EFI and Pantone Broaden Strategic Relationship,
Customers Benefit from the Most Accurate Color
Possible
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – May 30, 2008 – EFI, the world leader in
customer-focused digital printing innovation, today announced the newest elements in the company’s strong relationship with Pantone, Inc. to provide customers with greater accuracy and consistency in communicating color. Unique
in the industry, the EFI Fiery® platform provides combined RIP (raster image
processing) and digital output device calibration, which ensures customers that
their entire printing system is PANTONE® Goe™ System calibrated. This calibration delivers the most accurate color possible, tailored to specific printer devices and their media. EFI is among the first vendors to support PANTONE
Goe System’s new uncoated components launched by Pantone at drupa (Dusseldorf, Germany, May 29 through June 11). This support extends across
the EFI® Advanced Workstream Solutions portfolio and is in addition to the
company’s already comprehensive support of PANTONE Goe and PANTONE
MATCHING SYSTEM® Libraries. EFI and Pantone have also partnered to
make the PANTONE Goe library available to customers for free via download at
http://www.efi.com/dm/pantone_goe/.
At drupa EFI will highlight PANTONE-enabled features for high-end processcolor matching of spot-color printing in its Professional Color Capability workflow
demonstration. The company will also feature integration of the new PANTONE
Goe Color Library part of the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM., EFI will demonstrate the ability to custom tune any out of gamut Pantone color through SpotOn, an intuitive easy to use spot color editing tool, as well as the ability to print
PANTONE Reference Charts from Fiery-driven digital output devices. This 19page downloadable PostScript file of color patches shows CMYK equivalents for
each installed PANTONE Library, indicating what the final output color will look
like from the Fiery-driven printer.
“With the Fiery platform, EFI was one of the first to implement PANTONE Calibration for digital color devices, and our collaborative partnership has been de-
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livering tremendous benefits to color-conscious customers ever since. EFI now
implements the highest levels of PANTONE support across their product line,”
said Andy Hatkoff, vice president of Advanced Color Technology at Pantone,
Inc., the global authority on color and provider of professional color standards
for the design industries. “Today’s announcement further supports our shared
goal of providing technology that heightens color creativity and impacts the success of print service providers.”
Print service providers are able to get the most out of their digital print production engine when their engine is driven by the next-generation EFI Fiery platform.
Renowned for its intuitive user experience, the new Fiery platform features: a
powerful, unique Visual Workflow that optimizes productivity by providing job
progress at-a-glance; built in ”how-to” guides to address a wide range of operator
expertise; and the most open, powerful VDP workflow capability, including support of VDP languages Fiery FreeForm™, industry standard PPML, and a host of
legacy proprietary languages, and collaborations with the leading VDP software
vendors. With Fiery® Spot On, users can create accurate color matching for logo
colors and other spot colors in an automatic, application-independent workflow.
This feature allows the management of named colors on the Fiery, including all
PANTONE names in PostScript or PDF documents. Spot On Color Search provides an intuitive graphical user interface for creating and editing named colors
directly.
”Our collaboration with Pantone helps our customers print to win, taking color
matching to a new level,” said Judy Lin, general manager, Fiery Division, EFI.
“With Fiery PANTONE Goe System calibration PANTONE Libraries are directly
integrated into the Fiery workflow, and operators can readily print the full color
swatch libraries from the Fiery-driven output device. Print service providers are
able to show their customers actual Fiery-printed-Pantone-calibrated swatches
- providing accurate color representation from the actual device that will print the
job.”
The Fiery platform comes with PANTONE color libraries built-in, including the
new Goe system, achieving optimal output whenever a document containing a
PANTONE color is printed. RGB, CMYK and PANTONE color charts can be
printed directly from the Fiery, helping users to understand the color capabilities
of the printer during the design phase.
EFI provides a direct path to Pantone libraries from several EFI® Advanced
Workstream Solutions, an extensive portfolio of world-class products, services
and support that drive EFI customers’ success: the Fiery color digital print server
platform; Fiery Central, a powerful, modular, PDF-based production workflow
solution; EFI Splash RPX-iii Mac OS X-based workflow solution; MicroPress
raster-based color and black and white workflow solution; and Bestcolor®-driven
proofing and production solutions Colorproof™ XF and Fiery XF. EFI’s Pantone
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support provides increased accuracy and flexibility across a wide range of print
media - for customers in creative and printing environments producing color documents.
Print service providers and graphic arts professionals deploying Pantone-calibrated
EFI solutions are more efficient and accurate as they save time by eliminating
manual input of color definitions, which also reduces inaccuracies in the final
output. The PANTONE Goe System features more than 2,000 new PANTONE
Colors, and includes tools and interactive software to improve versatility in an
increasingly global, multimedia environment. New PANTONE Goe system uncoated components announced today include: a PANTONE GoeGuide™ uncoated, a color selection and specification guide printed on an uncoated paper;
PANTONE GoeSticks™ uncoated, a book of adhesive-backed chips printed on
an uncoated paper; and myPANTONE palettes software, interactive software for
color selection and palette building.
By incorporating the PANTONE Color definitions into EFI Colorproof XF and
Fiery XF, customers can simply process print jobs including PANTONE Color
separations and automatically produce a color-accurate output of the complete
print job. Colorproof XF transforms inkjet and laser printers into powerful proofing and production systems and is renowned for providing customers with outstanding performance, color quality, flexibility and a highly intuitive interface.
The XF Server on Mac OS X makes the system a complete cross-platform solution. With its client/server architecture and modular concept, Colorproof XF
offers an unprecedented level of customization to fit print service provider’s individual needs. Fiery XF provides leading-edge technology for superwide format
printing for production and proofing requirements, delivering high-speed processing, exceptional color quality and increased productivity.
Availability
PANTONE Goe System-calibrated EFI Fiery solutions are available through
EFI’s EOM partners. EFI Bestcolor Technology-driven solutions supporting the
PANTONE Goe System are sold through certified EFI dealers and distributors
worldwide. More information is available at www.efi.com.
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 23 offices worldwide.
Note to Editors: EFI, Fiery, Bestcolor, Colorproof, Jetrion, and VUTEk are regis-
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tered trademarks of Electronics for Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and/or certain other foreign jurisdictions. PANTONE and other Pantone, Inc. trademarks are the property of Pantone, Inc All other trademarks
mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
05/29/2008
EFI “Going for the Gold” at the Printing Industry
Olympics
At drupa 2008, EFI Debuts Next-Generation Fiery Technology, Previews Revolutionary VUTEk Digital Screen Printer; Jetrion 4000 Full-Color Label Printer
Now Commercially Available Among First to Achieve New Industry Standard
Certification for VDP Workflow Interoperability
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – EFI® (Nasdaq: EFII), the world leader in
customer-focused digital printing innovation, is showcasing its most extensive
range of productivity and revenue generating print solutions ever in Europe at
drupa 2008, the world’s largest trade show opening today in Düsseldorf, Germany. Visitors to its stand C01, Hall 5, will experience the industry’s broadest
array of leading digital solutions, from the latest Fiery®, VUTEk® and Jetrion®
digital printing innovation to the Print MIS and web-to-print solutions that are critical to increasing operational efficiency and profitability as printing businesses
worldwide continue the analog-to-digital transition. Visitors will also be able to
view EFI’s products in operation on the stands of EFI partners, including Canon,
Konica Minolta, Ricoh and Xerox.
“As the world prepares for the Olympics in Beijing, the printing industry is embarking on its own Olympics competition at drupa,” said Guy Gecht, EFI CEO.
“EFI is ‘going for the Gold’ in our boldest display ever. Visitors to our stand will
see our ‘Print to Win’ theme in action, and will be hard-pressed to leave without
great ideas about how to grow their businesses and improve their profitability
across the board. There is no question that drupa 2008 marks a significant turning point in the digital transformation the printing industry is undergoing, and EFI
is leading the race to ensure a successful transformation for printers of all sizes
around the globe.”
Visitors to the EFI stand will have the opportunity for hands-on demonstrations
and discussions with EFI professionals to learn how the wide range of solutions
listed below can have an unmatched positive impact on their businesses.
Fiery EFI will showcase next-generation Fiery technology, already the industry’s leading color digital print server with more than 15 million users worldwide,
along with new, highly efficient and productive Fiery-driven workflows that solve
customers’ most difficult print production challenges. At drupa, EFI will feature
first time demonstrations of the newest Fiery innovation to maximize customer
efficiency, including: • New make-ready capability, the world’s most advanced
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visual workflow for digital printing imposition and document composition; • New
digital printing workflow including revolutionary device and job management; •
Fiery integration with the Adobe® PDF Print Engine (APPE) and Microsoft® XPS
support newly developed by EFI. The Fiery’s APPE integration augments existing Fiery PDF support, adding choices for customers to natively support PDF
transparency across their workflows and to precisely print PDF files that match
what they see on the screen during the content creation process; • The technology EFI has developed in-house to natively process Microsoft XPS, ensuring
that Fiery users have the ability to print Microsoft Vista Office documents with
improved transparency and color rendering, as well as smaller file sizes that
speed processing and minimize network congestion.
EFI’s color management system delivers consistent output across both the
APPE and Microsoft XPS environments. Fiery is now PPML certified and features Pantone Goe integration.
EFI’s new holistic approach to business success, Advanced Workstream Solutions, will be showcased within the Fiery technology pavilion. This new worldclass portfolio of products and services is created specifically for solution-driven
integration, which brings together all aspects of business from management to
production color and output.
VUTEk EFI’s VUTEk product line delivers best-in-class superwide-format printing with a broad range of superwide format digital inkjet printers, all driven by the
powerful Fiery XF RIP. At drupa, EFI is poised to break down the remaining barriers for transitioning the majority of analog screen printing applications to digital
technology with the worldwide preview of the DS Series. The DS Series is a
new category of high speed digital flatbed printers, representing a tipping point
in productivity, image quality and flexibility. This breakthrough printer delivers
screen printing speeds with short digital set-up times that will revolutionize the
screen printing industry.
In addition, for many drupa visitors, this will be the first opportunity to view the
QS3200r, VUTEk’s newest addition to the award winning QS-series of UV printers for unmatched performance and productivity in roll-to-roll printing.
Jetrion After completing an extensive field test with several label print customers
running multiple varieties of real world jobs, the Jetrion 4000 UV Inkjet System, a
unique industrial inkjet printer, is now commercially available. The Jetrion 4000
offers label converters a full-color narrow web alternative to toner-based digital
printers for label runs of up to 50,000 labels, with lower running costs and a lower
purchase price that delivers compelling ROI.
APPS (Advanced Professional Print Solutions) EFI’s APPS division, responsible
for the company’s industry-leading MIS, web-to-print, proofing and production
solutions, was created to equip print service providers with the tools they require
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to create high quality, colour-accurate print in the most efficient and cost-effective
manner possible.
Visitors to the EFI stand will get a first look at EFI’s new Proofing to Go RIP
software, Colorproof™ eXpress, a powerful entry level proofing product being
launched at drupa. Colorproof eXpress outputs accurate proofs, full color printouts and brilliant photos with a single RIP/inkjet printer combination.
EFI will also be highlighting the EFI Prograph Management System, a comprehensive workflow planning and management solution for magazine, catalog,
book, retail insert and large commercial print operations, and Hagen OA, EFI’s
scalable enterprise Print MIS solution. Prograph and Hagen OA are among the
first management systems to be certified during the stringent Job Definition Format testing process conducted by PIA/GATF, the official certification body for
CIP4 (the International Cooperation for the Integration of the Processes in Prepress, Press and Postpress).
“The extensive portfolio we are displaying at drupa, including the many new
solutions just announced, clearly demonstrate our focus on accelerating both
the industry’s digital transformation and the business success of our customers,”
added Gecht. “In this ‘run for the Gold,’ our customers are the big winners.”
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
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For Imaging, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
Oliver Luedtke Senior Manager WW Marketing Communications, EFI Tel.: +49
2102 7454 182 E-Mail: oliver.luedtke@efi.com
Greg Mills/Lillian Lazarevski/Elni Stofberg AD Communications Tel.: +44 (0)
1372 464470 E-Mail: gmills@adcomms.co.uk E-Mail: llazarevski@adcomms.co.uk
E-Mail: estofberg@adcomms.co.uk
05/29/2008
EFI Launches New Fiery Platforms and Advanced Mac
Workflow Solution to Optimize the Xerox 700 Digital
Color Press and Increase Customers’ ROI
Powerful New Solutions from EFI Address Diversity of Needs in Demanding
Print Environments
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – EFI (Nasdaq: EFI), the world leader in customer–focused digital printing innovation, today launched the Xerox EX Print
Server powered by Fiery, the Splash® RPX-iii Mac-based Workflow Solution
and the Integrated Fiery Color Server, all designed to optimize the new Xerox
700 Digital Color Press and increase customers’ ROI. The new solutions deliver advanced color and quality imaging combined with enhanced productivity
tools to address a diversity of needs across enterprise, print for pay, commercial
print, graphic arts, advertising and graphics-intensive applications that require
fast turnaround. The EFI solutions will be featured at drupa (Düsseldorf, Germany, May 29 through June 11, 2008) at Xerox Hall 8b, and with EFI’s “Unique
Mac-based Color Workflow” and “Productive Document Workflows” demonstrations in EFI booth C01, Hall 5.
“The Xerox 700 Digital Color Press brings productivity, excellent print quality
and flexibility to print providers looking to adopt digital technology or expand
their digital printing business,” said Jerry Murray, vice president, product marketing, Xerox Production Systems Group. “These EFI solutions are designed
specifically to optimize the Xerox 700 Digital Color Press for increased productivity, faster document turnaround and perfect color every time, enabling our
customers to maximize profits.” The EFI Fiery-Xerox combination has greatly
improved printing efficiency and brought tremendous value to THERMOPLAN
AG, an international machinery manufacturing enterprise in the restaurant sector, among whose largest customers is Starbucks.
“Our print production annually averages 600,000 pages, the majority of which are
color and graphically intense; the Fiery is critical to our ability to produce these
pages quickly and efficiently on our Xerox press,” said Ruedi Zimmermann,
Technical Support, THERMOPLAN AG. “To give just one example, we’re particularly impressed with EFI’s Document Composition application for our complex technical service manual folders, which contain all technical documentation
about our products. Before our Fiery installation, our workflow for this job demanded collating by hand, but now with EFI Compose, we automatically merge
the individual chapters so they become one manual, and we can print the whole
manual with one mouse click. With the Fiery workflow, all we need to do is simply
take the completely finished documents out of the printer.”
“Xerox and EFI have developed a winning solution that delivers power, performance, and speed to production print environments, and helps customers
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achieve the greatest return on their equipment investment,” said Frank Mallozzi,
senior vice president, marketing and sales, EFI. “With expert color capabilities
and new labor-saving, error-eliminating workflows, customers benefit from improved productivity and the highest quality color when EFI Fiery and Splash
technology innovation drives their Xerox 700 Digital Color Press.”
EX Print Server Powered by Fiery
The EX Print Server enables Xerox customers to compete more effectively and
achieve the highest levels of efficiency in production printing environments,
where engine utilization, speed, advanced color management, and connectivity are critical to success and profitability. The new EX Print Server Powered by
Fiery is designed for customers in graphic arts, print for pay, commercial printers
and corporate reproduction departments.
The solution is fully compliant with PDF/X3, a specification for reliable prepress
data interchange that enables designers to provide digital content files that can
be printed predictably and correctly by the print provider. The EX Print Server
passes the Altona Test Suite and Ghent Output Suite, making it an ideal proofing
system for press simulation in the digital print environment.
Among the new EFI Fiery advances integral to the EX Print Server is a new Fiery
driver for Mac users, giving increased productivity through shortened job preparation and automation with the ability to customize job submission. Compose,
EFI’s visual document make-ready solution; the Fiery Graphic Arts Package,
Premium Edition, a professional “toolkit” for color accuracy and precision; and
EFI Impose, a What You See is What You Get (WYSIWYG) document imposition solution combine with the EX Print Server to offer an open, flexible solution
catering to advanced customer requirements.
tional Fiery connectivity with Rampage Workflow System enables high-volume
prepress production across diverse plate setters, proofing systems and other
output devices. For novice users, “how-to” guides address a wide range of operator expertise. In combination, these features turn Fiery into the most effective
competitive weapon that optimizes digital press performance and operational
ease and improves productivity and ROI.
In addition, the award-winning EFI Color Profiler Suite profiling solution is engineered to especially suit the Fiery-driven Xerox 700 Digital Color Press. It offers
a complete suite of integrated color management tools to ensure total color quality control in color printing workflows for graphic arts professionals.
EFI Splash RPX-iii Workflow Solution
EFI and Xerox offer a unique end-to-end Mac workflow with the Splash RPX-iii
workflow solution for the Xerox 700 Digital Color Press. Splash RPX-iii and Fiery
workflows are combined to offer creative professionals the best of both worlds
by bringing creative and production together to maximize the capabilities of the
Xerox 700 Digital Color Press. Creative experts can achieve professional color
with a unique Mac-based workflow for applications such as photo printing and
photo books and also z-fold brochures and booklets using finishing options.
Splash RPX-iii supports new media type paper stocks and weights. High capacity stackers, t-finishers and tri-fold are also supported, enabling print professionals to benefit from increased productivity as they move from an office to a light
production print environment. Updates to workflows such as new and improved
Hot Folders for production workflows boost productivity and efficiency. New imposition workflows for Splash RPX-iii enable customer to use finishing options
in an easy, user-friendly manner.
The powerful Fiery-driven print server delivers new revenue stream opportunities
such as high-value variable data printing (VDP). EFI Fiery digital print servers
readily passed new PPML (Personalized Print Markup Language) testing and
earned PODi (Print on Demand Initiative)’s newest interoperability certification.
The certification ensures that Fiery-driven Xerox 700 customers have the highest possible levels of throughput and productivity when printing personalized
material on demand at high volume. EFI has forged partnerships with leading third-party personalization software providers and supports such VDP languages as PPML, Xerox Variable-data Intelligent PostScript Printware (VIPP),
Fiery FreeForm™, and a host of legacy proprietary languages, ensuring that
the Fiery platform readily integrates into existing workflows and delivers consistency regardless of whether the job is VDP or non-VDP. The advanced Fiery job
management capabilities enable print service providers to tailor their production
process to the type of work they do.
Integrated Fiery Color Server
Fiery supports the new color specification, PANTONE® Goe™ System. Op-
Fiery Bridge provides an interactive, direct link to the users’ Fiery Mailbox. This
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For office workgroups that need to produce consistent quality color documents,
the Integrated Fiery Color Server enables users to easily and efficiently create
color-rich documents.
EFI Spot-On® with Substitute Colors extends the Spot-On capability to manage all CMYK and RGB colors from any native application ensuring accurate
corporate colors. The standardized company-wide color palettes are applicable
in PowerPoint, MS Word and other applications. Added to this, Booklet Maker
Wizard is an intuitive driver-based imposition to give users sophisticated results
with simple operations, making it easy to adopt office publishing.
The new powerful Mac Driver provides easy access to repetitive functions, reduces keystrokes, increases efficiency and boosts productivity by flagging users
to error conditions and consumables status.
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productive color document publishing tool increases productivity through an automated workflow and makes documents stored on the Fiery readily available.
For ease of use, users can access Fiery documents directly from Windows Explorer or from within any application that can access the Windows Explorer directory structure.
Availability
EFI solutions designed for Xerox customers are available through the Xerox
direct sales force, resellers, agents and concessionaires. More information can
be found at www.xerox.com.
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
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NOTE TO EDITORS: EFI, Fiery, Splash and Spot-On are registered trademarks
of Electronics For Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and/or
certain other foreign jurisdictions. Freeform is a trademark of Electronics For
Imaging, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property
of their respective owners.
Disclaimer: This press release is for information only. It represents EFI’s current
view of its product development cycle and is subject to change without notice.
The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described
remains at the sole discretion of EFI. None of the information in this release
should be interpreted as a commitment on the part of EFI. EFI makes no warranties, express or implied, in this document.
Oliver Luedtke Senior Manager WW Marketing Communications, EFI Tel.: +49
2102 7454 182 E-Mail: oliver.luedtke@efi.com
Greg Mills/Lillian Lazarevski/Elni Stofberg AD Communications Tel.: +44 (0)
1372 464470 E-Mail: gmills@adcomms.co.uk E-Mail: llazarevski@adcomms.co.uk
E-Mail: estofberg@adcomms.co.uk
05/29/2008
New Release of EFI Hagen Packed with Features to
Streamline Operations
Upcoming Version on Display for First Time at drupa 2008
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drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – 29th May 2008 – EFI (NASDAQ: EFII), the world
leader in customer-focused digital printing innovation, today announced the latest version of its powerful Hagen™ OA print management system will be available in June highlighted by workflow and mailing enhancements, tighter integration to other EFI solutions, and support for Microsoft® SQL Server. This new
release will be on display at drupa 2008, 29th May to 11th June, in EFI’s booth
(stand C01, Hall 5) as well as in the JDF Experience Parc (Innovation hall, Hall
7).
EFI Hagen OA is an MIS solution designed to effectively support technologydriven printing operations, from medium-sized commercial printers to multi-plant
enterprises. Providing a robust and advanced accounting package with high-end
applications for estimating, job management, scheduling, purchasing, inventory
and fulfillment, Hagen OA allows print service providers to collect, share, analyze
and respond to information in real-time.
Version 10.1 includes a new “Express Jobs” workflow enabling rapid order entry
and processing. Designed for counter and fast-turnaround jobs, this enhancement includes special material posting and pre-invoice features. The upcoming
version has support for Microsoft SQL, giving clients a new database option. It
also includes mailing enhancements with new fields, tables and reports, along
with improved postage accounting, tracking and reporting.
For high volume and publication printers, the release has tighter integration and
improved workflow automation between Hagen and the EFI Prograph® planning
solution and EFI PrintFlow® dynamic scheduling. These improvements allow
the schedule to be optimized to the fullest extent.
In addition to these key features, Hagen OA 10.1 has enhancements requested
by our international clients. These additions include a new job confirmation letter,
payment term changes, and letter of quote ‘price detail’ functionality.
“As the management solution built to handle multi-company, multi-division, multilanguage, multi-currency operations, Hagen OA has to continually adapt to meet
the challenges print service providers face today,” said Marc Olin, senior vice
president/general manager, EFI Advanced Professional Print Software. “The
upcoming version does just that, with key enhancements and new features
aimed at providing greater efficiency for our customers worldwide.”
”As a long-time EFI Hagen user, we always look forward to the latest release.
The new mailing enhancements in version 10.1 are the biggest benefit to our
business, enabling us to better account for our postage costs. In particular we
can now ensure these costs are correctly allocated to each job,” said David
Bennett, president of Bennett Graphics, a leading commercial printer in Atlanta.
For more information, please visit EFI at drupa, www.efi.com or contact +44
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1753 28 3676 for the UK and +31 20 658 8000 for the Netherlands.
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
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NOTE TO EDITORS: EFI, Fiery, Prograph and PrintFlow are registered trademarks of Electronics For Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
and/or certain other foreign jurisdictions. Hagen is a trademark of Electronics
For Imaging, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
Disclaimer: This press release is for information only. It represents EFI’s current
view of its product development cycle and is subject to change without notice.
The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described
remains at the sole discretion of EFI. None of the information in this release
should be interpreted as a commitment on the part of EFI. EFI makes no warranties, express or implied, in this document.
Oliver Luedtke Senior Manager WW Marketing Communications, EFI Tel.: +49
2102 7454 182 E-Mail: oliver.luedtke@efi.com
Greg Mills/Lillian Lazarevski/Elni Stofberg AD Communications Tel.: +44 (0)
1372 464470 E-Mail: gmills@adcomms.co.uk E-Mail: llazarevski@adcomms.co.uk
E-Mail: estofberg@adcomms.co.uk
05/29/2008
EFI’s™ VUTEk® to Preview Digital Screen Printer at
drupa 2008
DS Series delivers screen printing speeds with short digital set-up times that
will revolutionize the screen printing industry
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – EFI (Nasdaq: EFII), the world leader in
customer-focused digital printing innovation, today announced that it will be previewing the VUTEk DS Series digital screen printer at drupa 2008, May 29th
through June 11th in Düsseldorf, Germany. EFI can be found in Hall 5, Stand
C01 at the show. This high speed, flatbed UV printer provides a digital solution for the production of POP-quality graphics at breakthrough speed with the
advantages of UV technology and digital economics.
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The DS Series is a new category of high speed digital flatbed printers representing a tipping point in productivity, image quality and flexibility. It signifies a
call to action for both analog screen printers and leading edge digital printers in
terms of new economics and capabilities now available with digital print. The
innovative DS Series design and architecture enables the cost-effective production of higher volume jobs than ever before possible using a digital press. The
incredible speed and resolution made possible by the DS Series’ innovative high
density print array sets this VUTEk printer apart from all other competitive offerings available in the market today.
Breakthrough Speed VUTEk’s super high-speed digital flatbed DS Series produces sellable output at up to 557 square meters (6,000 square feet) per hour
and uses a unique high productivity UV curing system, newly engineered from
the ground up, to provide full curing at the fastest speeds.
The unique VUTEk user controllable zoned vacuum table is optimized for European and North American standard single sheet graphic printing and also supports the simultaneous printing of multiple various sized substrates. With the
addition of an optional advanced material handling system, automatic loading
and unloading of substrates delivers productivity improvements of up to 100%.
“This groundbreaking product will print up to 557 square meters per hour—representing
a new productivity frontier in the superwide format market,” said Chuck Dourlet,
vice president of marketing, EFI VUTEk. “With its eight ink channels, up to 1200
dpi quality and fast make-ready times, the DS Series is the first digital UV superwide format flatbed printer capable of cost-effectively producing high volume
runs extending the digital crossover point with traditional screen print by a factor
of 4 to 5 times. We expect the DS Series to be attractive to large screen printers
and digital print providers everywhere who are looking for a way to step up to
the next level of production and efficiency.”
Digital Economics Digital printing not only reduces prepress time and complexity but also removes costly and time-consuming screen manufacturing, screen
removal and reclamation. This quick turnaround makes it possible to go straight
to high volume production for same day, order-to-delivery capability. With digital
printing, jobs can easily be customized or regionalized and last-minute changes
can be efficiently accommodated. Because every image off the press can be
different, samples and one-offs can be produced with the same cost dynamics
as high volume work. In addition, the use of digital technology greatly reduces
required inventory levels associated with consumables such as ink, screens and
films.
UV Advantage The DS Series captures all of the advantages of UV technology,
including superior UV quality, print resolutions up to 1200 dpi, and up to 8 colors
for clear, stunning images. Additionally, an extended application range of UV
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ink and compatibility with key industry substrates enables printing on paper, film,
rigid boards and a variety of other specialty materials.
innovation within the superwide format market.”
Unlike analog screen printing, digital printing requires no chemicals for screen
recovery. In addition, the fully contained ink delivery and auto printhead maintenance systems in the DS Series results in a safer working environment by
eliminating the unnecessary handling of UV inks.
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
The DS Series accommodates a wide range of rigid and cut-sheet materials with
a maximum media size of 1.6 meters by 2.4 meters (63 inches by 96 inches),
up to 5.08 cm (two inches) thick. A large ink reservoir and optional automated
media handling for both input and output enable near-lights-out operation for up
to eight hours.
The DS Series is designed with a fixed array of printheads and a bed that moves
back and forth, enabling much faster speeds than existing technology that utilizes moving printheads. The system can print in four- or eight-color mode and
initial ink sets will include CMYK, as well as Light Cyan, Light Magenta, Light
Yellow and Light Black. EFI is planning to expand the range of available inks in
the future to include White and Clear.
Other advantages of the DS Series, which is expected to be available in 2009,
include: • An optional advanced material handling system capable of loading
and unloading a pallet of rigid media material. Rolling carts make it fast and
easy to stage new input media and accommodate additional output product. •
Printer and inks that are optimized for use with a wide range of rigid and cut
sheet materials including key industry substrates. • Reduced prepress and setup times when compared to screen printing. While conventional screen printing
set-ups could take up to a day including prepress, burning screens and setting
up the screen press, with the DS Series, the file is simply sent to the RIP, media is loaded, and printing can begin. • Support for both stochastic and rosette
screening. • Accurate front-to-back registration. • Zoned vacuum table that reduces the amount of masking required for unused vacuum areas. • Elimination of
acids and other hazardous materials used in the screen printing process during
screen cleaning and other operations. • Continuous ink supply with a secondary
ink reservoir resulting in the ability to operate continuously for an entire 8-hour
shift.
“With the preview of the DS Series, VUTEk has defined a new category of superwide format printers that complements and extends today’s VUTEk systems
for the production of large rigid and flexible applications such as POP graphics,
billboards and building wraps. The DS Series is ideal for the vast majority of high
volume, quick turnaround screen print applications, POP or indoor and outdoor
display graphics,” added Dourlet. “This announcement further demonstrates
EFI VUTEk’s ongoing commitment to UV product leadership and its unmatched
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For more information about VUTEk products, visit www.efi.com.
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of Electronics For Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and/or
certain other foreign jurisdictions. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
Jane Cedrone, EFI Marketing Communications & Public Relations Manager Tel.:
+1 603-279-6811 E-Mail: jcedrone@efi-vutek.com
Greg Mills/Lillian Lazarevski/Elni Stofberg AD Communications Tel.: +44 (0)
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05/29/2008
Leading UK Commercial Printer, PCP, Going Live with
First Fully Integrated EFI Management Information
System in Europe
PCP on Track to Achieving Lean Manufacturing Goal by Early 2009
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – EFI® (Nasdaq: EFII), the world leader in
customer-focused digital printing innovation, announces that Precision Colour
Printing (PCP Ltd), one of the UK’s top print service providers, will go live week
commencing 22nd June with EFI’s dynamic scheduling tool, PrintFlow®. In doing so, PCP will add PrintFlow to its existing management information system
(MIS), comprising EFI Hagen™ MIS, Prograph® production planning and EFI
Auto-Count™ shop floor data collection, to become the first printer in Europe to
roll out a fully integrated EFI MIS. Founded in 1980, PCP is one of the leading
magazine printing companies in the UK, and is part of The Claverley Group, the
proprietors of the Express & Star and the Shropshire Star newspapers.
With PrintFlow’s real-time calculations, enterprise-wide scope and unique whatif capabilities, PCP hopes to realise savings by optimising the interaction of all
the activities in its Telford-based plant. An intelligent, rules-based scheduling
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system, PrintFlow will manage PCP’s production not as islands of automation
but as a complete operation, and will provide real-time reporting to better identify
areas of inefficiency and downtime.
Alex Evans, managing director of PCP, comments: “We’re delighted to be going
live next month with PrintFlow, the last piece of our EFI MIS, which we hope
will drive a new phase in the continued development of PCP as a premier print
service provider in the UK. While the physical installation of PrintFlow has gone
as smoothly as planned, the cultural change required by us in the transition to
a comprehensive MIS has been slightly more protracted than originally anticipated. Once we get through this transition, I’m confident that our EFI MIS will
provide PCP’s executive team with daily reports of accurate real-time data of
what the plant has produced and will highlight areas for improvement.”
The Hagen, Prograph and Auto-Count segments of PCP’s MIS were installed
over three months and have been running since October last year. Evans admits
that he was at first concerned about what level of support EFI would provide, but
says that his concern then turned to satisfaction: “We were initially concerned
that, as Europe is a rather newer market for EFI, the level of support they were
going to provide us might not be up to the level of that received by one of their
US customers. In reality, though, we need not have worried as the support we’ve
received from EFI has been excellent. EFI worked closely with us to overcome
the issues that were bound to arise in such a major transition and have been
very proactive in their support of us, both from a European and US perspective.”
The Prograph system reflects the manufacturing capabilities of individual printing
plants and responds to the product definition and the client’s production needs
by mapping products to equipment and resources. When integrated with Hagen,
it provides a market leading MIS package with a level of production planning that
no other solution on the market can match. Hagen Prograph also features estimating, inventory management and accurate, detailed invoicing and is particularly adept at handling customers’ complex versioning requirements. Together
with PrintFlow, Prograph opens the door to new capabilities, savings and efficiencies that are not possible in traditional MIS systems.
Evans continues: “Before the MIS was installed, we had plenty of information
to help us run the company, but the process was very intensive insofar as it
required a lot of manual intervention - we had to send people out to track down
and compile the information for us. We anticipate that the new EFI system will
automatically deliver data on press utilisation and downtime and on wastage
factors, such as make ready and running waste, and will give us a far quicker
and more accurate view of what the plant is producing on a daily or weekly basis.
We can then drive the system to scrutinise aspects of the business such as
overheads, stock usage, stock turnaround and the utilisation of staff resources
to identify where changes that will positively impact the organisation need to be
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made.”
Marc Olin, senior vice president/general manager, EFI Advanced Professional
Print Software (APPS), says, “Although we are the dominant provider of fully integrated MIS solutions to the printing market in the US, to date we have not enjoyed the same success in Europe. However, in PCP we now have our first completely integrated European success to go along with a number of standalone
MIS deployments we have in the UK, France, Poland, Slovenia and Germany,
and the first of what we hope will be many more complete MIS installations in
Europe. As PCP have acknowledged themselves, we have worked closely with
them to ensure as pain-free a transition as possible towards achieving the multiple and significant benefits of a fully integrated MIS and I believe that this is a
shining example of how EFI really is helping our customers to print to win.”
PCP still sees lean manufacturing as crucial to the long-term growth of the company and EFI’s integrated MIS as crucial to facilitating the lean manufacturing
process, as Evans explains: “There’s no doubt that for any printing organisation
to move ahead and remain financially viable for the long–term, a fully integrated
MIS is needed to drive a lean manufacturing business model. We’re convinced
that that is the right approach and that our decision, as an executive team, to go
with EFI last year has not only proven to date to be the right one, but that, certainly by this time next year, the benefits of the system will also have confirmed
that we made the right choice in working with EFI.”
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
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and/or certain other foreign jurisdictions. Hagen is a trademark of Electronics
For Imaging, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
Oliver Luedtke Senior Manager WW Marketing Communications, EFI Tel.: +49
2102 7454 182 E-Mail: oliver.luedtke@efi.com
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EFI’s Jetrion 4000 Wins Industrial Printing Solution of
the Year in EDP Awards 2008
European Digital Press Association recognises the quality and innovation of
the Jetrion 4000, now available for purchase
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – EFI (NASDAQ: EFII), the world leader in
customer-focused digital printing innovation, today announced that its full-colour
Jetrion® 4000 UV Inkjet System has been named Best Product of the Year in the
Industrial (Specialty) Printing Solutions category of the European Digital Press
(EDP) Awards for 2008. Run by the EDP Association, comprising the publishers of 13 of the leading European digital printing magazines with a combined
audience of 120,000 graphic arts professionals across Europe, the aim of the
awards is to identify and reward annually the products that represent the best
quality and innovation in the digital print industry.
The Jetrion 4000 UV Inkjet System, which is now commercially available and
on display at drupa 2008 (29th May to 11th June, in Düsseldorf, stand C01, Hall
5), is a unique industrial inkjet printer that is launching the digital label printing revolution and offers label converters an affordable, full-colour narrow web
alternative to toner-based digital printers for label runs of up to 50,000 labels.
Agustïn Torres, Chairman of EDP Association, commented: “After careful consideration of all the entries in the Industrial (Specialty) Printing Solutions category, the EDP Association decided to award the accolade of Best Product of
the Year 2008 to EFI’s Jetrion 4000 because of the numerous outstanding features it offers in one industrial printing system – its ability to make short run print
jobs economically viable, its variety of applications and its overall output quality,
flexibility and reliability. The fact that EFI’s market leading Fiery XF RIP and
OneFlow workflow software comes fully integrated into the Jetrion 4000 also
makes it good value.”
With speeds of up to 30.5 metres/min at more than 1000 dpi with greyscale technology, the Jetrion 4000 delivers full-colour label printing up to 13.9 cms (5.5 ins)
wide. The system also features Jetrion’s advanced UV4000 ink set which provides exceptional durability and reduces the need for costly over-laminates. In
combination with EFI’s Fiery XF RIP, the inks provide outstanding colour reproduction across a wide range of substrates.
Jetrion in Europe. The EDP award really is therefore the icing on the cake for
us this year and recognises the innovation and efforts of the Jetrion R & D and
manufacturing divisions in bringing the Jetrion 4000 to market. The Jetrion 4000
stands apart from other solutions, with lower running costs than toner alternatives and a lower purchase price that delivers compelling ROI. We look forward
to demonstrating its capabilities and taking orders for this printer at drupa. Following drupa we’ll turn our attention to Labelexpo Americas in September, where
EFI Jetrion has been nominated for the 2008 Label Industry Global Awards.”
Repacorp, Inc., one of the largest specialty printing companies in the U.S., recently installed a Jetrion 4000. While they are still in the initial stages of ramping
up, the early results are promising. “After more than 30 years as a leader in the
label printing industry, we understand the need to expand our business and the
important role printing technology can play in that growth. We recently installed
a Jetrion 4000 to allow us to take on more profitable short-run jobs, and so far
we’re extremely pleased with the printer’s speed and image quality,” said Tony
Heinl, vice president at Repacorp.
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
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For Imaging, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
Press Contacts: Holly O’Rourke, EFI Senior Public Relations Manager Tel.: +1
603-677-8992 E-Mail: holly.orourke@efi.com
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“We’re delighted to have received this award,” remarked Kenneth Stack, EFI
Vice President and General Manager, Jetrion. “The past year has been an exciting one – in response to customer demand, we doubled the space dedicated to
our industrial inkjet research, development and manufacturing operation located
in Ypsilanti, Michigan; the Jetrion 4000 went into full production and we launched
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EFI Advances Variable Data Printing Solution; Among
First to Achieve New Industry Standard Certification
for VDP Workflow Interoperability
FOSTER CITY, Calif. – May 19, 2008 – EFI (Nasdaq: EFII), the world leader
in customer-focused digital printing innovation, today announced earning PODi
(Print on Demand Initiative)’s newest interoperability certification, an achievement that further reinforces the company’s drive to advance variable data printing (VDP) technology. EFI’s Fiery® digital print servers readily passed stringent
new PPML (Personalized Print Markup Language) testing. The certification ensures that Fiery customers have the highest possible levels of throughput and
productivity when printing personalized material on demand at high volume. EFI
will showcase its Fiery-driven Variable Data Printing workflow at drupa, stand
C01, Hall 5 (May 29 - June 11, 2008, Dusseldorf, Germany), with a demonstration that shows customers how to ensure compatibility in all VDP workflows.
Among EFI’s customers benefiting from the Fiery, which offers the industry’s
most open, powerful VDP workflow capability, is Honolulu-based Boomerang
Hawaii. Combining the best of digital printing and personalization software,
Boomerang Hawaii provides integrated, innovative solutions for direct marketing
using web-to-print and print-to-web technologies. “Using the Fiery is like second
nature to us, and EFI delivers the industry’s most advanced VDP and color features – invaluable as we create visually compelling personalized pieces,” said
Boomerang Operations Director Jaison VanDenover, who is among the world’s
15 million Fiery users. Boomerang’s Fiery drive its Xerox iGen3™ Digital Production Press.
“With EFI VDP technology, newly certified by PODi, our customers are able to
add tremendous value to their service, with personalized, one-to-one marketing campaigns,” added Kathy Wilson, senior director of product marketing and
strategy, EFI. “Their customers realize the increased response rates of these
engaging campaigns and are willing to pay a premium for that impact. We’re
constantly advancing our VDP offering to help our customers take advantage of
this value-added capability that improves their competitiveness and profitability.”
In a recent study, industry research firm InfoTrends predicted 24.8 percent
CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) for the Print on Demand Variable Data
Market through 2010. PPML is an open, interoperable, device-independent XML
(extensible markup language)-based standard that enables the widespread use
of personalized print applications in high volumes. The new certification provides
a means for PPML “producers” to confirm that output from their products is compatible with PPML “consumer” devices, such as the EFI Fiery platform. Certification boosts PPML effectiveness by ensuring VDP workflow interoperability. This
certification follows EFI’s having achieved 100 percent success across PODi’s
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PPML test suite, published last year.
“For PPML to work smoothly, producers and consumers must focus on the correct way to implement it. EFI is among the first to earn the new certification
PODi has developed as a methodology to ensure companies’ products fully
comply with the documented standard,” said Rab Govil, president of PODi. “EFI
Fiery customers have the security of knowing that interoperability has been fully
tested, and their Fiery-driven PPML workflow will perform as expected today,
and in the future.”
EFI’s work with PODi is an element of the company’s VDP Partner Program
wherein EFI also collaborates with leading personalization software and hardware vendors to ensure the Fiery’s superior workflow. In addition to testing a
wide variety of product combinations EFI ensures an open Fiery platform by
supporting the Xerox® VIPP (Variable-data Intelligent PostScript Printware) and
a host of legacy proprietary languages, in addition to the Fiery FreeForm™ VDP
language and PPML industry standard. The Fiery server readily integrates into
existing workflows and delivers consistency regardless of whether the job is VDP
or non-VDP. The EFI Fiery platform also offers unparalleled color quality and
production efficiency to enable customers to execute compelling personalized
marketing programs.
Additionally, because the Internet is an easy way for EFI customers to work with
their customers on one-to-one marketing projects, VDP is incorporated into EFI’s
web-to-print solutions, including Digital StoreFront™ and the PrinterSite® family
of products. EFI is a reseller of technology from XMPie®, a standalone business
unit of Xerox, as well as an OEM, integrating XMPie personalization technology
directly into its line of web-to-print solutions to further help customers produce
powerfully-personalized, visually-rich one-to-one communications. EFI’s webto-print solutions integrate with EFI Fiery and Print MIS solutions, creating an
efficient, profitable way for EFI customers to handle the increased business VDP
makes possible.
To help customers immediately get started with VDP, EFI offers the Fiery
FreeForm Kit, which includes examples they can use to show their customers
what is possible with personalized marketing campaigns. The examples may be
edited to use as the basis for VDP jobs. Also including sample databases and instructions, the Fiery FreeForm Kit offers an ideal way for customers to learn how
VDP works. Additionally, EFI offers a free tutorial booklet, “The ABC’s of VDP” to
explain the basics. EFI’s VDP customer success stories, including Boomerang
Hawaii’s, are published at efi.com, and several EFI VDP case studies are included in PODi’s Best Practices in Digital Print database.
Availability Fiery solutions and Digital StoreFront are sold through EFI’s OEM
partners. The PrinterSite family of products is available directly from EFI. More
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information regarding EFI VDP solutions is available at www.efi.com/products/production/fiery/other/vdp/
and at 1-800-875-7117.
About PODi PODi (www.podi.org) is an industry initiative with hundreds of member companies, including Executive Board members EFI, HP, Pitney Bowes,
Quark and Xerox. PODi leads the evolution of the digital printing infrastructure by
promoting interoperability through standards, and advances digital printing business opportunities through market development activities, including white papers, articles, independent reports and industry speaking engagements. Membership in PODi is open to companies and organizations involved in digital printing.
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
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certain other foreign jurisdictions. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
Oliver Luedtke Senior Manager WW Marketing Communications, EFI Tel.: +49
2102 7454 182 E-Mail: oliver.luedtke@efi.com
Greg Mills/Lillian Lazarevski/Elni Stofberg AD Communications Tel.: +44 (0)
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EFI’s Line-Up of Production Intelligence Solutions on
Display at drupa 2008
New Plant Manager “Control Center” Allows Unified View of Facility
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – EFI (NASDAQ: EFII), the world leader in
customer-focused digital printing innovation, is showcasing a complete shopfloor
production intelligence line-up at drupa 2008 to inform print service providers
how to reduce costs, waste and equipment downtime (stand C01, Hall 5, 29th
May to 11th June).
EFI Auto-Count® and Paper Monitor will take center stage. Auto-Count Di-
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rect Machine Interface (DMI™) technology collects counts, press status, speed
and other critical information automatically, directly from equipment, in real-time.
With Auto-Count, print service providers have the information they need to prevent costly mistakes, reduce waste and better manage their entire operation.
Auto-Count Paper Monitor manages the most costly raw material, providing yield
and production information on each roll. Together, these tools integrate the production environment, providing print service providers the best opportunity to
maximize profitability. At drupa EFI will enhance the Auto-Count offering with
the introduction of the Auto-Count Plant Manager.
“Auto-Count and Paper Monitor provide sustained performance and rapid payback,” commented Marc Olin, senior vice president/general manager, EFI Advanced Professional Print Systems. “This is true Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) for print. Our Auto-Count clients consistently eliminate the dumping
of thousands of signatures, as well as many of the return-to-press incidents, due
to mismatched quantities. It’s common to hear reports of a two to three percent
overall reduction in paper consumption.”
Now available, Auto-Count Plant Manager is a desktop “control center” for AutoCount, providing real-time information to support critical business decisions by
giving managers a new level of visibility into the production process. This tool
consolidates information from all monitored devices into desktop views, status
and historical reports.
Plant Manager takes shop floor production intelligence to the next level by enabling this wealth of information to flow into EFI Hagen™ OA and EFI Prograph®
as well as non-EFI management solutions. Plant Manager can be translated into
almost any language, has an easy to use interface, and includes standard reports plus the ability to create custom reports.
“We’re proud to be the leader in print management solutions worldwide. With
that in mind, we know that many print service providers, particularly in Europe
and Asia, are very interested in Auto-Count for real-time shop floor data collection and monitoring but use non-EFI MIS systems,” said Bob Howard, product
manager, EFI Advanced Professional Print Software. “Now these customers
can install Auto-Count and seamlessly integrate their existing MIS system with
the Plant Manager ‘dashboard’ to make Auto-Count a powerful business intelligence tool.”
Auto-Count’s management information helps identify and analyze chronic production problems. Visual feedback, alerts, and automated shutdown options
work together to hit production targets on single and multi-part jobs. Together,
these features increase capacity utilization and dramatically reduce paper consumption with a direct impact on the bottom line.
In addition to the EFI booth, Auto-Count will be on display in the In-Log booth
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(stand A22, Hall 6). For more information, please visit EFI at drupa, www.efi.com
or contact +44 1753 283 676 for the UK or +31 20 658 8000 for the Netherlands.
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
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and/or certain other foreign jurisdictions. Hagen is a trademark of Electronics
For Imaging, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
Oliver Luedtke Senior Manager WW Marketing Communications, EFI Tel.: +49
2102 7454 182 E-Mail: oliver.luedtke@efi.com
Greg Mills/Lillian Lazarevski/Elni Stofberg AD Communications Tel.: +44 (0)
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EFI Hagen and EFI Prograph Management Systems
Receive JDF Certification
Leading Production Planning and Management Software Complete PIA/GATF
Testing on Behalf of CIP4
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – EFI (NASDAQ: EFII), the world leader in
customer-focused digital printing innovation, today announced that its Hagen™
and Prograph® management systems have each received JDF certification from
PIA/GATF. Prograph and Hagen are among the first management systems to
pass the stringent Job Definition Format testing process by PIA/GATF, the official certification body for CIP4 (the International Cooperation for the Integration
of the Processes in Prepress, Press and Postpress).
The certification process involves a series of tests – ranging from attribute value
tests to full blown JDF job ticket conformance – over several days conducted
in the PIA/GATF’s state-of-the-art facility. Hagen and Prograph passed all the
rigorous standards of JDF product certification and are now certified to create
and accept updated job details as the job is running via JMF (Job Messaging
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Format). These systems have efficient two way communication between capable devices, and the ability to communicate correctly to both prepress and
conventional printing workflows.
”PIA/GATF continues to expand our JDF Certification portfolio with the conclusion of this beta and the support of EFI,” said Dr. Mark Bohan, vice president,
research and technology, PIA/GATF. “By using certified solutions, print providers
can be confident in the adoption and usage of JDF throughout their operations.
EFI continues to be a strong proponent of JDF and we are pleased to have them
participate fully in this process.”
“EFI is proud to receive JDF certifications for Hagen and Prograph,” said Marc
Olin, senior vice president/general manager, EFI Advanced Professional Print
Software (APPS). “This accomplishment is welcome news for our worldwide
customers who can now seamlessly share information between production and
management processes to realize productivity improvements and cost savings.
EFI has been committed to JDF and CIP4 for many years and we’re very pleased
that our efforts have resulted in these certifications. We are anticipating successful certification on our other MIS systems as well.”
EFI Prograph delivers a comprehensive workflow planning and management
solution for magazine, catalog, book, retail insert and large commercial print
operations. The solution offers comprehensive planning capabilities, including
versioning, complex imposition, bindery planning and distribution tools, enabling
users to make more informed business decisions and streamline their production
process.
EFI Hagen is an MIS solution designed to effectively support technology-driven
printing operations, from medium-sized commercial printers to multi-plant enterprises. Providing a robust and advanced accounting package with high-end
applications for estimating, job management, scheduling, purchasing, inventory
and fulfillment, Hagen allows print service providers to collect, share, analyze
and respond to information in real-time.
The latest releases of Hagen and Prograph are on display at drupa 2008, 29th
May to 11th June in Dusseldorf, Germany, in EFI’s booth (stand C01, Hall 5) as
well as in the JDF Experience Parc (Innovation hall, Hall 7). Prograph version
7.0, which began shipping in April, has several product enhancements, most
notably a new invoicing module which supports Contract Billing. This allows
print service providers to represent long-term contract pricing they have in place
with clients, a common practice for publication printers. The system then helps
them generate the invoices based on these contracts using the planning data in
Prograph.
For more information, please visit EFI at drupa, www.efi.com or contact 1-800875-7117.
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About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital color print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
About PIA/GATF PIA/GATF is the world’s largest graphic arts trade association
representing an industry with more than 1.2 million employees. It serves the
interests of more than 12,000 member companies. PIA/GATF, along with its
affiliates, delivers products and services that enhance the growth, efficiency,
and profitability of its members and the industry through advocacy, education,
research, and technical information. Website: www.gain.net
About CIP4 CIP4 brings together vendors, consultants, and end-users in the
print communications, graphic arts industry, and associated sectors, covering
a variety of equipment, software, peripherals, and processes. Members participate in focused working groups to define the Job Definition Format (JDF),
PrintTalk, and other standards relevant to process automation; to study user
requirements; to test product interoperability; and to develop a range of JDF
software development tools. Information on CIP4, including membership details, is available from the organization’s website: www.cip4.org. Or contact:
Stefan Daun, Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, +49 6151 155 575,
secretariat@cip4.org. “CIP4” and “JDF” are registered trademarks of the CIP4
Organization.
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EFI Launches Powerful Entry Level ‘Proofing-to-Go’
RIP Software: Colorproof eXpress
Easy to use solution delivers high-quality output with minimal set-up
drupa – Düsseldorf, Germany – EFI® (Nasdaq: EFII), the world leader in
customer-focused digital printing innovation, today presents ColorproofTM eXpress to the public for the first time, an inexpensive entry level software RIP for
proofing that provides high quality results. ICC compliant Colorproof eXpress
provides users with a number of significant benefits, including hassle-free setup, an intuitive interface, easy integration into open market standards, remote
job processing and printing, and the ability to tailor features to every day requirements. The easy-to-use software also offers the option of running on the latest
versions of either Mac OS X or Windows platforms.
Targeted at creative professionals, graphic designers, small agencies, pre-press
houses and print buyers, Colorproof eXpress has been designed to provide a
simple solution that even inexperienced users can operate. Set-up wizards help
users to easily license, register and install the software, which minimises downtime for set-up and training, giving customers an efficient software RIP proofing
solution for validation printing and contract proofing on inkjet, laser or LED printers.
About JDF The Job Definition Format (JDF) is the industry specification designed
to facilitate process automation and the integration of different applications and
systems in and around the graphic arts industry. JDF also enables the integration of business management and job planning applications into the production
workflow. JDF is based on the W3C’s Extensible Markup Language (XML), ensuring maximum interoperability between different platforms and ready interaction with Internet systems. More information is available at http://www.cip4.org/.
EFI customer Roger Gerhold, owner and General Manager, Factory Agentur für
Kommunikation GmbH, comments: ”Colorproof eXpress offers all the functions
we need: output quality, high color accuracy, job preview capability and nesting. Set-up is simple using the set-up wizards. The solution allows users to
make last minute job-based changes and it has a very intuitive user interface. I
demonstrated it just once to my colleague and she has been able to operate it
effectively without any support since.”
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Focussing on ease-of-use, Colorproof eXpress features include: • Pre-defined
print modes for proofing, photo and black/white printing • One-click spot color
handling • Definition of color and printing presets • Save/Load of application
environment • ‘Every-day work mode’ - a menu display of the most commonly
used tasks for daily use
NOTE TO EDITORS: EFI, Fiery, and Prograph are registered trademarks of
Electronics For Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and/or
certain other foreign jurisdictions. Hagen is a trademark of Electronics For Imaging, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of
their respective owners.
Oliver Luedtke Senior Manager WW Marketing Communications, EFI Tel.: +49
2102 7454 182 E-Mail: oliver.luedtke@efi.com
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Marc Reiners, Marketing Manager, EFI Graphic Arts Solutions, comments:
”Based on our experience with XF technology, we created the next generation
of a modern, easy-to-use and intuitive entry level RIP proofing solution: Colorproof eXpress. This new solution is a major step forward in intuitive software
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development. Its wizards guide you through the installation and setup process,
making complex work quick and easy. The intuitive interface permits even inexperienced operators to easily process jobs. It really is Proofing to Go.”
Supporting open standards for easy integration into open standards-based workflows, the software RIP has an ICC compliant design, including multicolour profile support of up to seven channels and device link profile support, enabling
users to provide validation printing and contract proofing quickly and efficiently.
With spot color libraries DIC, HKS, Pantone and Toyo and featuring Adobe CPSI
3017 and Ugra/Fogra media wedges v2.2 and v3.0, Colorproof eXpress assures
utmost color accuracy.
Print buyers will also benefit greatly from the remote job processing and printing
capability, allowing them to receive and print remote jobs quickly and accurately
onsite. Adjustable speed settings according to the desired RIP resolution and
manual and automatic nesting capabilities help drive efficiency and cost savings.
Covering all relevant Designer Edition features, Colorproof eXpress will enable
users to extend their capability with the increased functionality and features offered with this new proofing solution. Users of EFI’s Designer Edition will easily
be able to crossgrade to Colorproof eXpress. Users of Colorproof eXpress will
also be able to smoothly crossgrade to EFI’s high-end solution, Colorproof XF,
and will be able to easily and quickly learn to operate XF, as both systems have
a similar user interface.
Colorproof eXpress will be available from 9th June 2008, from EFI dealers and
distributors. For additional information, please visit EFI’s website: www.efi.com.
During drupa 2008, EFI and Tecco invite visitors to participate in the Colorproof
eXpress sweepstake. Interested parties are asked to visit EFI’s stand (Stand
C01, Hall 5) to complete entry forms for a chance to win a copy of EFI Colorproof
eXpress* and other prizes daily.
About EFI EFI (www.efi.com) is the world leader in customer-focused digital
printing innovation. EFI’s award-winning solutions, integrated from creation
to print, deliver increased performance, cost savings and productivity. The
company’s robust product portfolio includes Fiery® digital colour print servers;
VUTEk® superwide digital inkjet printers, UV and solvent inks; Jetrion® industrial inkjet printing systems; print production workflow and management information software; and corporate printing solutions. EFI maintains 26 offices worldwide.
### NOTES TO EDITORS:
other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective
owners.
Oliver Luedtke Senior Manager WW Marketing Communications, EFI Tel.: +49
2102 7454 182 E-Mail: oliver.luedtke@efi.com
Greg Mills/Lillian Lazarevski/Elni Stofberg AD Communications Tel.: +44 (0)
1372 464470 E-Mail: gmills@adcomms.co.uk E-Mail: llazarevski@adcomms.co.uk
E-Mail: estofberg@adcomms.co.uk
Product Overview
EFI
01.1090
CIP 4 applications
01.1095
Colour management, calibration and control systems
01.1165
E-commerce for printing industry
01.1170
Colour matching systems
01.1180
Colour Copiers
01.1185
Colour measurement and evaluation devices
01.1260
JDF-applications
01.1365
Proof systems
01.1370
Raster image processors RIPs
01.1425
Software, Variable Data Printing
01.1430
Software, Job Planning
01.1465
Workflow systems
02.1090
Production data processing
* EFI Colorproof eXpress License M, which supports all printers up to 18” or A2.
EFI is a registered trademark of Electronics For Imaging, Inc. in the U.S. and
other countries. Colorproof is a trademark of Electronics for Imaging, Inc. All
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02.1100
Ticket printing machines
06.1025
Data processing services
02.1190
Digital printing presses
06.1065
Estimating software
02.1195
Digital colour printing systems
06.1070
Management information systems
02.1300
Label printing machines
06.1085
Management software
02.1775
Screen printing machines, sheet-fed
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
Address
02.1925
Corrugated printing presses
303 Velocity Way
Foster City, CA 94404
USA
02.1930
Security printing machines
Phone
+1-650-357-3500
Fax
+1-650-357-3231
Internet address
http://www.efi.com
E-Mail
info@efi.com
Stand
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03.1075
03.1230
03.1495
EFI
Production data processing
E-commerce for printing industry
PDF-applications
03.1710
Workflow systems
03.1715
Counting equipment
05.1085
Printing inks
05.1250
Ink-jet papers
05.1265
Business branch software
06.1005
Training and further education
06.1010
Consulting
Company News
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Drupa Innovation Parc Workflow Demonstrations
EFI™ is the world leader in digital imaging and print management solutions
for commercial and enterprise printing. EFI’s award-winning technologies offer
powerful controllers, workflow, print MIS, Web-to-print, proofing and super-wide
solutions for consistent, accurate color, enhanced performance and increased
efficiency.
As part of its commitment to open, market-leading technology, EFI™ has developed the EFI Fiery® JDF Connector (FJC). The complimentary add-on solution works with Fiery and JDF-enabled digital solutions to bridge the commu-
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nications gap between companies’ creative, production and print management
solutions, making digital production and business processes faster and more
efficient. EFI validates FJC with JDF-enabled solutions on an on-going basis,
including Adobe® Creative Suite, various third-party workflow solutions, and is
tightly integrated with EFI Print MIS solutions. FJC is based on industry-standard
Job Definition Format technology (JDF), which facilitates real-time movement of
job details such as production times, media instructions, customer information,
specific delivery instruction and the buyers’ intent particular to job production.
EFI is demonstrating JDF connectivity throughout its product line, providing integration and automation across workflows. EFI demonstrates the integration of
print management and Web submission tools into production workflow solutions
with EFI Digital StoreFront®, EFI Hagen™, EFI PrintSmith™ EFI Prograph®,
EFI Fiery® and EFI Fiery Central.
Product Overview
EFI
01.1090
CIP 4 applications
01.1095
Colour management, calibration and control systems
01.1165
E-commerce for printing industry
01.1170
Colour matching systems
01.1180
Colour Copiers
01.1185
Colour measurement and evaluation devices
01.1260
JDF-applications
01.1365
Proof systems
01.1370
Raster image processors RIPs
01.1425
Software, Variable Data Printing
01.1430
Software, Job Planning
01.1465
Workflow systems
02.1090
Production data processing
02.1100
Ticket printing machines
02.1190
Digital printing presses
02.1195
Digital colour printing systems
Drupa Innovation Parc Workflow Demonstrations:
EFI/Heidelberg EFI Hagen OA estimates and plans a job that includes stripping data and gray box info for prepress. Prinect Prepress Manager receives
JDF from EFI Hagen OA and then evaluates gray boxes for page proofing, imposition preparation, imposition proofing and final imaging. Prinect Prepress
Manager then creates imposition information via JDF stripping parameters, assigns content files and marks to the sheets, automatically processes proofing
and plate exposure, generates preview images, then submits job status information via JMF to EFI Hagen OA. EFI Hagen OA then sends JDF to Prinect
Pressroom Manager which evaluates gray box info for printing and communicates job status information via JMF back to EFI Hagen OA.
EFI/Kodak EFI Prograph® software will be used to create a production plan including a complete imposition and detail for prepress, press, bindery and distribution. Prinergy with Business Link will be shown collecting and pre-flighting
content pages and notifying Prograph when they are available. Once all content has been received and refined, Prograph will export a populated layout to
Prinergy, including content links and marks. Prinergy then processes the JDF
automatically which results in the output of proofs and plates with minimal user
interaction.
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02.1300
Label printing machines
02.1775
Screen printing machines, sheet-fed
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
02.1925
Corrugated printing presses
02.1930
06.1085
Management software
Eggen GmbH & Co. KG, Hanns
Address
Mühlenweg 2
41379 Brüggen
Germany
Security printing machines
Phone
+49-215713878-0
03.1075
Production data processing
Fax
+49-215713878-19
03.1230
E-commerce for printing industry
Internet address
http://www.eggen.de
03.1495
PDF-applications
E-Mail
info@eggen.de
03.1710
Workflow systems
Stand
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03.1715
Counting equipment
05.1085
Printing inks
05.1250
Ink-jet papers
Product Overview
05.1130
Eggen GmbH & Co. KG, Hanns
Printer’s aids
Product Details
Eggen GmbH & Co. KG, Hanns
05.1265
Business branch software
06.1005
Training and further education
06.1010
Consulting
06.1025
Data processing services
06.1065
Estimating software
Kopie - Positiventwickler Longlife, Agum M+O (Gummierungsmittel),
06.1070
Management information systems
Einbrenn Agum, Löschkorrektur (für Positiv- und Negativplatten), Negativentwickler NE..., usw.
05.1130
Printer’s aids
think in offset
Wir sind ein internationaler Produzent und kompetenter Lieferant für den Offsetdruck seit 1933, sowohl in der Druckvorstufe als auch an der Druckmaschine.
Filme - für alle Anwendungen
Druckplatten - positiv, negativ
Repro-Montage - Montagefolien, Cleaner, Montagekleber, usw.
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Druckhilfsmittel - Oxilan, Alcolan, Agum Z (Ätzgummierung), Aluvator (Plattenreiniger), Regummi S, Blanket Cleaner, usw.
Gummidrucktücher - geeignet für Bogen- und Rollenoffset
Product Overview
Eltete TPM Ltd.
01.1040
Band saws
03.1355
Edgeboard protector manufacturing lines
04.1300
Tube winding machines
04.1320
Edge glueing machines
04.1330
Laminating machines
sowie auch alle weiteren Verbrauchsmaterialien für den graphischen Bedarf
Interesse? Sprechen Sie uns an.
Eltete TPM Ltd.
Address
Varastokuja 5, P.O. Box 94
07900 Loviisa
Finland
Phone
+358-1951031
04.1445
Palletising equipment
Fax
+358-195103200
04.1560
Reel slitting and rewinding machines
Internet address
http://www.eltete.com
04.1720
Tray making machines
E-Mail
info@eltete.com
04.1775
Winders
Stand
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05.1010
Packing materials
Company News
05/21/2008
Eltete TPM Ltd.
Automatic paper pallet production line order from
Turkey
Eltete TPM Engineering gets MEUR sized fully automatic paper pallet production line order from Turkey
Loviisa, Finland, January 17, 2008 – Eltete TPM Ltd today announced they have
received the first production orders from a Turkish multinational corporation for
new innovative PPMFU automatic paper pallet manufacturing unit.
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Epsilon Composite
Address
Product Details
5 Route de Hourtin
33340 Gaillan Medoc
France
05.1505
Epsilon Composite
Roller coverings
Industrial Rollers
Range of products ( under construction )
Phone
+33-55673-4774
Fax
+33-55673-4080
Internet address
www.epsilon-rollers.com
Carbon rollers provide the key to machine productivity and quality improvement
E-Mail
alexandra.durand@epsilon-composite.com
- In contact (nip) functions : coating, laminating, embossing printing or generally
enhancing webs
Stand
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VITAL FUNCTIONS
Key features of tomorrow’s machines
Wider, faster, more flexible
- In guiding functions
Product Overview
EPSILON functional surfaces : the added value of enhanced productivity and
product quality. EPSILON’s know-how in coating technologies provides a broad
variety of technical functionalities to the roller surface.
Epsilon Composite
Surface functionalities
- Wear and abrasion resistance
02.1075
Coatings
02.1375
Damping rollers
02.1415
Flexographic rollers, see anilox rollers 2.1675, 5.1360
02.1535
Varnishing rollers
05.1175
Ink rollers
05.1450
Sleeves
05.1505
Roller coverings
- Cut resistance
- Impact and shock resistance
- Non-stick and anti-friction
- Tacky for better traction
- High speed stability
- Easy cleaning
- Electrical conductivity (Anti-static or insulating)
- Thermal properties
- Chemical resistance
Coating technologies
- Reinforced composite coating
- Thermal spray coating (metal, ceramics, polymers)
- Metal cladding
- Hard anodised aluminium sleeves
- Metal plating (nickel, chrome)
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- Rubber and PU covering
Product Details
05.1220
Erdmann GmbH & Co. KG, Heinrich Drahtwerk
Address
+49-2372989430
Fax
+49-2372989435
Internet address
http://www.heinrich-erdmann.de
E-Mail
info@heinrich-erdmann.de
Stand
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Stitching wires and clamps
Stitching wires in many measurements and types
Round Stitching Wire: No. 16 - 30
Ihmerter Straße 207
58675 Hemer
Germany
Phone
Erdmann GmbH & Co. KG, Heinrich Drahtwerk
Flat Stitching Wire: No. 0 - IX
Surfaces: bright, copper coated, galvanized, tinned
Made up: in all typical spools, drums, rings
Estyma Piotr Rogoznicki
Product Overview
Address
Ul. Niepokalanowska 5
05-085 Kampinos
Poland
Phone
+48-22725004950
Erdmann GmbH & Co. KG, Heinrich Drahtwerk
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
Fax
+48-227250049
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
Internet address
http://www.estyma.com.pl
03.1215
Wire stitchers
E-Mail
export@estyma.com.pl
05.1035
Bookbinding accessories
Stand
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05.1220
Stitching wires and clamps
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Estyma Piotr Rogoznicki
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
03.1435
Hole punching and eyeletting machines
03.1500
Perforating machines
Plastic coil for binding & plastic coil binding services
We would like to demonstrate plastic coils for binding
made of colourful PVC starting from 6 mm diameter up
to 50 mm diameter. The plastic coil of the biggest diameter allows to bind works being maximum 46 mm
thick – i.e. considerably thicker than in case of metal
Double-Wire / Wire-O. Plastic coil is characterized by
its aesthetic modern, durability and economic cost.
05.1355
Perforating tools and equipment
05.1080
Wire and plastic bindings
professional perforating tools
05.1355
Perforating tools and equipment
We manufacture complete perforating tools for all our
machines and devices. On customer’s request we are
able to produce a perforating tool possessing the required length as well as the requested hole shape.
Product Details
05.1080
Estyma Piotr Rogoznicki
Wire and plastic bindings
Calendar binding materials & accessories
We offer high quality calendar binding & finishing products such as: • Zip-Wire (Wire-O, Double-Wire) in sizes
form 3/16” up to 1”, full range of colours, • caledar hangers form 70 mm up to 400 mm, full range of colours, •
date windows for three section calendars, • metal staps
for poster binding up to 1.000 mm
EUKALIN GmbH Spezial-Klebstoff Fabrik
Address
Ernst-Abbe-Straße 10
52249 Eschweiler
Germany
Phone
+49-24036450-0
Fax
+49-24036450-26
Internet address
http://www.eukalin.de
E-Mail
eukalin@eukalin.de
Stand
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Date windows for three section calendars
We are the biggest manufacturer of date windows for
three section calendars in Poland and in Central Eastern Europe. Thanks to modern, unique technological
solutions as well as large production scale we are able
to offer you the final product of the best quality at very
competitive prices. High production capacity and the
warehouse of ready made goods adjusted to the possible planned demand guarantee short delivery time of
orders independently on the season.
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EUKALIN GmbH Spezial-Klebstoff Fabrik
Product Overview
04/08/2008
EUKALIN GmbH Spezial-Klebstoff Fabrik
Dispersions as strong as pressure sensitive hotmelts
05.1275
The synthetic resin adhesives of the product line EUKALIN 4370 EH are dispersion glues which reach a bonding strength normally known from pressure
sensitive hotmelts. The adhesion level is very high even if the amount of adhesive applied is reduced severely. The company EUKALIN Special Adhesives
shows the respective developments on the DRUPA 2008.
Adhesives and glues
Product Details
05.1275
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Adhesives and glues
EUKALIN special adhesives
The adhesive can be used for the production of pressure sensitive gummings of
envelopes, pockets or labels. The adhesive film has to be covered with a strip
of silicone paper after appliance. The material does not film before covering.
Still days later, the adhesive can thus be removed with water from undesirable
places as machine parts.
EUKALIN 4370 EH proves itself as material-saving solution. The standard bonding level can mostly be reached at only 50 per cent of the ordinary application
quantity. Produced envelopes show fibre tear shortly after closing.
The adhesive features good performance when applied through known application processes as roll/segment or nozzle.
Europapier International GmbH
Address
Autokaderstraße 86-96
1210 Wien
Austria
Phone
+43-1-27778-0
Fax
+43-127778-348
Internet address
http://www.europapier.com
Analyses showed that the SAFE-SEAL cold seal products of EUKALIN show a
reduced content of protein and thus reach a noticeable cutting of the allergic risk.
The independent famous Leatherhead Food Institute, Surrey, England, certifies
the significantly lower share of allergenic proteins in the SAFE-SEAL products
compared to standard cold seal adhesives. The institute also confirms that the
allergic risk for the final consumer can be reduced considerably by using SAFESEAL products.
E-Mail
office@europapier.com
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No handling disadvantages have to be expected by the user. From an application technical point of view the new products are comparable to present products.
As per EUKALIN a changeover to this adhesives is absolutely uncritical.
04/21/2008
04/08/2008
Cold sealing without allergic risk
The natural rubber in cold seal adhesives is normally responsible for a remarkable risk of allergic reactions. An extreme example for allergic patients might be
a dangerous anaphylactic shock. The company EUKALIN Special Adhesives,
Eschweiler, shows an adhesive solution with severely reduced allergic potential
on DRUPA in Düsseldorf (29.5. until 11.6.).
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Europapier International GmbH
Europapier - What’s in a name?
Within 18 years, an Austrian company has become the number six in their
industry in Europe. And the number one in Central and Eastern Europe. Europapier operates in a market of 319 million people in 12 countries.
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In the beginning was the name, and it was bigger than the core market. In 1971,
four Austrian paper producers came together to form a paper merchant: Europe was divided by the iron curtain; even in Western Europe, borders were
still real borders, and Austria was a small, largely inward-looking market. Nevertheless, Neusiedler AG, Steyrermühl, Salzer und Nettingsdorfer named their
joint subsidiary ‘Europapier’. As if they’d had a premonition. 18 years later,
after the fall of the central planning regimes, Europapier’s name was justified.
The company was one of the very first in Austria to begin operating in Central
and Eastern Europe. A commitment that has paid off well: in 2008, the Mondi
subsidiary, with headquarters in Vienna, is ranked sixth among European paper merchants – but ranked first in its operating markets. “We supply markets,“
says Board Member Werner Hartmann, “in which we can create demand.“ Markets in which Europapier operates close to the customer and can offer them
individual solutions. “Western Europe was never our focus – the market was
too saturated,“ clarifies Hartmann. “Conversely, in the East we found excellent
conditions, which we have utilised.“
Now, Europapier’s market covers 12 countries with a total of 319 million inhabitants. 850 employees in 68 branches provide service in-situ for local customers
as well as customers who are increasingly operating on an international basis.
“From the outset, we have relied on local know-how. At the end of day, no
one knows the customer’s needs better than somone who is at home in each
local market, who does not have to contend with linguistic and cultural barriers,” explains the manager, who for 27 years worked at Neusiedler-Mondi, before he ‘switched sides’ in 2006 – ultimately to stay in the company group. The
strengths of Europapier, as seen by Hartmann, lie in the combination of international know-how and the best possible customer service: “We are consultants.
We are logistics experts. We solve the problem for printers.“ Hence a network of
34 paper warehouses in Russia, Poland, Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia,
Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria as well as Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia
Herzegovina, Montenegro and Macedonia, with a capacity of 66,000 tons. “We
have every kind of paper that the customer could need, of the highest quality and
in any quantity. And we deliver within very short time periods.” Time is money in
the printing industry. “Precision supplying to printers has been the core competence of Europapier since 1971,” says Hartmann. “This core competence has
never been in question. We have extensively developed it.“ Whether natural or
recycled paper, coated, calendered, textured, matt or white paper, coloured or
glossy – whatever the printer needs is in stock. Likewise innovative packaging material for all imaginable technical uses. And a wide palette of individual
papers with various tangible characters, effects, and surface textures for advertising and direct marketing operations, as well as a comprehensive assortment
of office papers. “We focus on efficient processes along the whole supply chain,”
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explains Board Member Hartmann. “We offer not just paper, but all the services
that can produce sustainable economic and ecological results through optimising processes and minimising delivery distances.” This, he adds, is the future
of a paper suppliers like Europapier. Europapier is the link between producers
and users. And it is to the paper merchant’s advantage to be at home in both
worlds, to connect them in the best possible way. 40 years ago it was all much
simpler – but nowhere near as interesting.
04/22/2008
Interview: Integrated consideration of the market and
the environment
Europapier board member Werner Hartmann sees in carbon dioxide emissions, climate and environmental protection a great opportunity for the paper
merchant; he identifies absurd situations, a further cleaning of the market and
the possibility to develop demand.
Q: Mr Hartmann, Europe is discussing the rising prices of food and raw materials
– but paper prices are stagnating at a low level. When will the market recover?
A: We have noted that in Europe at the moment there is an overcapacity in
paper production – just taking coloured paper alone there is one million tonnes
too much, and in the last year there was an overcapacity of 900,000 tonnes of
office paper. In the fine paper sector the margins are disastrous. So I expect
further consolidation in the market in the next two to three years.
Q: What will this consolidation look like?
A: For one thing, there will be fewer paper producers because capacities must be
reduced. And current general concerns including carbon emissions and rising
oil prices will impact paper wholesaling. Out of the current active big players,
three or four will survive.
Q: That includes Europapier?
A: Of course. We are indeed not active in the markets with the highest turnover,
but where we are active, we are the number one. We are active in markets
where we develop demand – and there is still a lot of potential in the countries
of Central and Eastern Europe. Through our branches and warehouses in-situ,
and through our local managers, we are so well anchored that we are a factor
no one can ignore.
Q: Along the lines of the motto “Think global, act local?”
A: Certainly. Business is becoming more and more global. We buy globally.
China is putting pressure on the market – now with very high quality. In the near
future, Russia will play a central role in the paper production sector, ditto the
countries of South America.
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Q: Despite rising oil prices and transport costs?
Product Overview
A: Despite rising oil prices. If you live in an area of Europe close to the sea –
in The Netherlands, northern Germany or also in Italy, and you don’t work far
away from a large harbour, then transport by ship costs less than by truck. That
changes dramatically with regard to the distance from a harbour. Russia, again,
has almost inexhaustible wood pulp resources and has energy in the form of
natural gas. With lowered acquisition costs, the rising transportation costs can
always be absorbed. We are currently experiencing an absurd situation, where
pulp from Europe is being exported to China, from whence it comes back as
paper – environmentally that’s crazy.
Q: How is Europapier doing with regard to the pressure for consolidation and
with carbon emissions?
A: We consider this as a challenge for ourselves. And we have – of which I am
proud – positioned ourselves well. We have a wide product palette, based on
environmentally sustainable production. In this regard we pay attention both to
sustainable forestry and the properties of the paper. For example, since successful certification with the FSC/PEFC eco-standard, we have been engaged
with the carbon footprint theme.
Q: That’s the supply side. But what about carbon emissions? After all, the
product must be transported to the customer.
A: That’s exactly where our strengths lie. We operate 36 warehouses in 12
countries. We have all paper types available, in any quantity. We have built an
optimal supply chain. Our logistics comprise of transportation by train and only
the last few kilometres by truck – to keep carbon emissions low. That means we
have taken hold of this challenge as an opportunity – to develop and strengthen
our offering, our consultation services and, naturally, delivery on demand.
Q: Environmental, climate and resources conservation are then positive for the
company?
A: In every respect. We make our contribution to an integrated regard for the
environment – from the product palette to customer service. You see, we are
not just traders, we are the best partners for printers, for the advertising sector
and for offices. We have the world-wide contacts, we know the market, we have
the logistics and the know-how. Therefore, our customers have the best quality
at the best prices.
Q: Mr Hartmann, thank you for the talk.
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Sheet printing papers, two-side machine coated
05.1040
Book cover materials
05.1055
Chromo duplex board
05.1060
Chromo board
05.1070
Decorative papers
05.1073
Digital print paper
05.1075
Document papers
05.1145
India and Bible papers (thin stock)
05.1155
Backlining papers
05.1165
Continuous stationery paper
05.1170
Label and wrapping papers
05.1205
Gummed papers
05.1225
Woodfree printing papers coated
05.1230
Woodfree printing paper, uncoated
05.1240
Super-calendered papers
05.1250
Ink-jet papers
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Index board
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Copy papers
05.1285
Art paper and board
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FiberMark Red Bridge International Limited
Address
Ainsworth
Bolton BL2 5PD
United Kingdom
Map papers
Phone
+44-1204556-900
05.1300
Laser printing papers
Fax
+44-1204384-754
05.1370
Poster paper
Internet address
http://www.fibermark.com
05.1375
Postcard board
E-Mail
info@fibermark.com
05.1420
Carbonless copy papers
Stand
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Self-adhesive materials for printing
05.1465
Special papers
05.1475
Synthetic papers
05.1500
Papers for fly leafs
Product Overview
Product Details
05.1370
Europapier International GmbH
Poster paper
Design
FiberMark Red Bridge International Limited
03.1145
Book cover materials
05.1040
Book cover materials
05.1070
Decorative papers
05.1245
Impregnated papers
05.1465
Special papers
Today we have a wide range of papers with all their different features for all our
applications at your disposal. Only the high number of colours and nuances at
disposal is fascinating. Furthermore there are papers with enclosures of very
diverse materials, metal – and gloss effects, a multitude of surfaces and their
upgradings, transparent and structured papers and many more.
For more detailed information and availability, please contact your nearest Europapier office.
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Feora® Royal Bonded Leather
* Multiple coatings for depth of color and high luster
* Approximately 15 pt caliper
Designed for foil leaf and blind stamping
FIMOR S.A.S.
Phone
+33-243406600
Fax
+33-243400095
Screen printing chemicals and materials
serilor®SR squeegee is an all purpose polyurethane
blade with good combined resistance to chemicals and
abrasion. It was developped to withstand various applications in screen printing. The industry standard S1 is a
universal grade, your ideal choice for non critical abrasive application or when using common screen inks.
serilor®HR is a special polyurethane blade with exceptional combined resistance to chemicals and abrasion. It was developed to withstand the toughest
applications in screen printing and to have a long shelf life in most environments.
serilor®SR & HR blades are manufactured with a centrifugation process to avoid
bubbles and craters in the material and to bring optimal homogeneity to the compound, even at the core of the material and after grinding. Our exclusive computer controlled casting process guarantees batch to batch consistency. Each
serilor® SR or HR blade is inspected for edge quality and profile.
* Made with 100% leather fibers bonded with latex.
210 rue du Polygone
72058 Le Mans
France
FIMOR S.A.S.
serilor®SR and serilor®HR squeegees
Pristine white adds divine accents. Clean look with luminous feel
Address
Product Details
Flexo Concepts
Address
11 Raffaele Road
Plymouth 02360
USA
Internet address
http://www.fimor.fr
E-Mail
serilor@fimor.fr
Phone
+1-508830-9506
Stand
Hall 03, A92 (Page 1208)
Fax
+1-508830-0277
Internet address
http://www.flexoconcepts.com
E-Mail
info@flexoconcepts.com
Stand
Hall 12, B39 (Page 1244)
Product Overview
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Screen printing chemicals and materials
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Company News
05/21/2008
Flexo Concepts
mixers, buckets and many other small press parts without water or chemicals.
Flexo Concepts to Exhibit at Drupa 2008
Plymouth, MA – May 13, 2008 Flexo Concepts, manufacturers of MicroClean™
dry media anilox cleaning systems and TruPoint™ plastic and composite doctor
blades, announced today its plans to exhibit at Drupa 2008 from May 29 – June
11 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Flexo Concepts will feature its MicroClean eco-friendly dry media anilox cleaning
system at its booth in Hall 12, Stand B39. Roll cleaning demonstrations on
a Model 60 will show how MicroClean effectively cleans a wide range of line
screens without using water or chemicals. Also on display will be the company’s
TruPoint UltraFlex doctor blade for flexible packaging, tag & label and sheetfed
offset coating applications. UltraFlex is engineered to provide the same level of
stiffness as steel but with up to four times the blade life. A new 10˚ bevel option
is available for high line screen applications. Flexo Concepts will also introduce
its new ReNew™ Orange eco-friendly cream for anilox cleaning. Orange is ideal
for quick, on-press roll cleaning to restore cell volume between deep cleanings.
The formula has a neutral pH level, low VOCs and is compatible with all types
of inks and coatings. Please visit www.flexoconcepts.com for more information
about the company or its products.
Flexo Wash ApS
Address
Grenavej 631 K
8541 Skodstrup
Denmark
Phone
+45 8699 3631
Fax
+45 8699 1343
Internet address
www.flexowash.com
E-Mail
info@flexowash.com
Stand
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Company News
Product Overview
02/14/2008
02.1665
Doctor blades
02.1910
Roller washing machines
05.1395
Cleaning systems for printing formes and machine
parts
Product Details
05.1395
Flexo Wash ApS
Flexo Concepts
Flexo Concepts
Cleaning systems for printing formes and machine
parts
MicroClean™ Parts Cleaning Systems
The MicroClean™ PartsCleaner uses the MicroClean
technology to clean ink trays, pumps, doctor blade assemblies, hoses, pans, ink
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New Parts Washer with Trolley
The new Parts Washer “PK Front Load” is made according to the specific needs
of every customer. This means that the machine can be equipped with holders
for trays, grid for chambers, connections for cleaning of hoses etc depending
on which parts the customer wishes to clean. The machine shown at Drupa will
also have a transport trolley, which means that the parts can be picked up at
the press; driven to the Parts Washer and the grid with the parts on can easily
be slided into the cleaning unit. After cleaning the grid with the press parts can
be removed from the unit and the parts can be driven back to the press on the
wagon.
The unique FLEXO WASH system normally works with environmentally friendly
cleaning liquids, which are recirculated in a closed-circuit system. This means
that the cleaning process is more cost efficient and eco-friendly. However, the
new Parts Washer PK Front Load is also made in an ATEX-proofed version.
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Gravure Cleaning
Company News
At Drupa Flexo Wash will be exhibiting the new Gravure Cleaning unit. The
machine will be equipped with brushes for cleaning of the shafts. It will have
larger pumps than our normal anilox cleaning units and it will be able to clean
rolls up to 1000kg.
Product Overview
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Flexo Wash ApS
Screen washing equipment
04/17/2008
Flint Group
Flint Group gives debut at drupa 2008: Trade fair
appearance with impressive innovations
Flint Group, a young and exciting company, dedicated to serving the printing
and packaging industry, is preparing for its debut at drupa. “Having been brought
together from four major well respected businesses, each leading companies in
their own right, and having leveraged our strengths and capabilities, we now
as Flint Group have more to offer than ever before” says Charles Knott, Chief
Executive Officer Flint Group.
Around the theme “Always ImPRESSive!” Flint Group is presenting their product
offerings on its two stands: The Printing Inks Divisions as well as the Flint Group
Flexographic Products, Flint Group Narrow Web and Flint Group Pigments Divisions will showcase their broad portfolio and innovative service solutions at
stand C38 in Hall 5. Day International and Flint Group Flexographic Products
are demonstrating their commitment to the printing and packaging industry with
high-performance products and services at stand A21 in Hall 16.
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Washing equipment
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Cleaning systems for printing formes and machine
parts
An overview of the innovations:
Flint Group
Address
26B, Boulevard Royal
2449 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Phone
+49 711 9816 0
Fax
+49 711 9816 700
Internet address
www.flintgrp.com
E-Mail
info@flintgrp.com
Stand
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Printing plates and sleeve systems The main focus is on the new ready-to-image
photopolymer sleeves nyloflex® ITR Thin and nyloflex® ITR Classic. nyloflex®
ITR sleeves are seamless printing forms inclusive LAMS layer ready for digital
imaging, especially developed for high-quality flexographic printing, which were
launched onto the market in April 2008. Easy operation, faster make-ready,
improved press speed and last but not least cost savings for customers are the
advantages of this new generation of product. Furthermore, a new nyloflex®
plate especially developed for UV printing will have its debut at drupa.
As another highlight the nyloflex® infinity technology for manufacturing endless
printing forms is presented. This technology allows printers to improve print
quality whilst saving on plate mounting time, press make-ready time as well as
gaining from improved press speed. drupa visitors to Stand 5 C38 can watch live
demonstrations of the three-step process for creating a seamless photopolymer
sleeve twice each day.
Printing inks The new Novavit® F 950 PLUS BIO and Novavit® F 550 PLUS
ranges for sheetfed offset printing will be introduced. These inks have been developed for fast running printing presses and are ideal for shiny coated paper
and cardboard. Novavit® F 550 PLUS is especially suitable for straight printing mode; the most recent binding agent technologies facilitate an even better
ink/water performance. Novavit® F 950 BIO PLUS has been designed for use
in very fast running multicolour printing presses for face and reverse printing
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modes. Both series demonstrate clearly improved misting properties at high
printing speeds.
The INULINE ink/varnish system constitutes a further innovation. The name
stands for two innovative ink-varnish systems: the first system consists of a special printing ink, Novavit® F770 INULINE, which penetrates particularly quickly,
is highly pigmented and has a wax-free formulation, and Ultraking® INULINE,
a corresponding UV varnish. The system permits the user to apply a UV varnish directly inline to a conventional sheetfed offset printing ink without using
a primer. The second element of the INULINE system delivers extremely high
gloss rates with a water-based coating. The same Novavit® F770 INULINE is
used, this time combined with the special Novaset 7302/100 INULINE waterbased coating.
Product Overview
Flint Group
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Bending machines for printing plates
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Washing-out units for letterpress and flexo plates
01.1155
Plate exposers
02.1210
Printing formes for flexographic printing
02.1215
Printing forms for letterpress
02.1225
Printing formes for gravure printing
Pressroom chemicals, printing blankets and sleeves Visitors to stand 16 A21
can obtain detailed information on the new range of Varn fountain solutions for
sheetfed offset printing as well as the environmentally friendly and easy to use
range of Varn Spray Powders.
02.1505
Printing-down equipment for flexo platemaking
02.1645
Embossing plates
Also on display from Day will be dayGraphica printing blankets, metal back printing blankets and sleeves for heatset printing, all of which are known for their long
durability and excellent print quality. The impressive new dayGraphica Sunday
5000 sleeve developed in collaboration with Goss for their new 96 page S5000
offset press is a real breakthrough in technology, dayGraphica metal back blankets for heatset and coldset printing as well as the Duco headline printing blankets for coldset printing will also be presented.
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Printing inks
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Ink, Flexo Printing
The Flexographic Products Division presents its full range of sleeves – the
rotec® Blue Light Sleeves, the rotec® Compressible Sleeves, the rotec® Label Sleeves and the rotec® Adapter series.
05.1095
Ink, Offset Printing
05.1105
Ink, Gravur Printing
05.1110
Printing formes for flexographic printing
05.1115
Printing forms for letterpress
05.1125
Printing formes for gravure printing
Another theme is Premo®, the concept developed last year. Diverse possibilities and flexibility during the development of optimal printing ink systems for
the packaging industry are available using the water-based printing ink building
block technology.
Flint Group – Always ImPRESSive “Flint Group has developed into a leading
supplier for the printing and packaging industry“, says Charles Knott. “Strong
companies and recognised product brands are united under our umbrella. We
are looking forward to drupa 2008 where for the first time we will be able
to demonstrate our comprehensive product and service competency as Flint
Group. We hope our customers will then also state that we are ‘very impressive’.“
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Damping (water) solutions and additives
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Platemaking accessories & supplies
some pushbutton functions all complemented by a finely optimized ergonomics
for inks and flush solutions, make the machine a pleasure to operate and maintain. Further, its automatic printhead wiping mechanism system easily keeps
the printhead usable and in good working condition for a long time.
The servo controlled X-axis (print head carriage) and Y-axis (flatbed conveyor)
movements are programmed to synchronize with the actual printing size and
resolution while the speed of firing the ink droplets of every printhead nozzle is
also precisely time-compensated. And in an unlikely event of media warping or
foreign object in the printing path, a forward obstruction sensor will prevent the
printhead from ramming through it.
Flora / RTZ
Address
Guanlan Hi-Tech Industry Park, Huanguan
Shenzhen 518110
China (Rep.)
Phone
+86-7552752-1666
Fax
+86-7552752-1632
Internet address
http://www.floradigital.com
E-Mail
sales@floradigital.com
Stand
Hall 05, C02-1 (Page 1216)
Company News
03/17/2008
And more. The FUV2500 has the capability to automatically check thickness of
media for appropriate feed rate, with easy choices of desired resolution thanks to
the intelligent high precision encoder which keeps required dpi properly checked
and carried out. This ensures a clear, crisp and vibrant image reproduction as
the customer desires.
The supersmooth feeding of the media, safeguarded by automatic adjustment
of media tension makes printing as precise with its adjustable white printhead
actuations for pre-white and post-white printing. Its performance, consequently,
is outstanding, as its over-all qualities desirable for business, and the price is
really easy on the budget.
Flora / RTZ
With its highly-developed features and impressive technical design, combined
with selectable resolution and printing speed, and at a price highly advantageous
to its user make this reliable machine, the FUV2500/14SE, a dependable and
versatile partner in business.
website: www.floradigital.com email : sales@floradigital.com
FUV25: the Intelligent Dependable Business Partner
The FUV2500/14SE is one of the newest models of large format digital printers
that come out from the production lines of Flora / RTZ in the Hi-Tech Industrial
Park in Shenzhen, China.
Undeniably noticeable through a short period of time the quality of Flora products
has gone up to a more professional level and continues to improve. Among such
improvements were implemented on this new exciting dependable hi-speed 2.5
meter UV machine.
Product Overview
Flora / RTZ
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Ink-jet printing systems
05.1035
Bookbinding accessories
05.1085
Printing inks
There’s the sturdy one-piece frame providing solid stability which eliminates all
unnecessary jitters unhelpful to any printing machine. Automatic adjustments
of print head c arriage height providing speedy necessary precise changes in
settings, a new flatbed design for precise leveling and media flatness and automatic fine adjustment of media tension, GUI (graphic user interface) in place of
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Folabase – The underpacking foils for the printing unit Further developments
have been made to the Folabase range which include higher resistance to chemicals and detergents used on press, this means reduced time cleaning when
replacing self adhesive underpacking’s. Folabase H47 RB now meets this new
challenge.
Folex GmbH
Address
Unnauer Weg 6c
50767 Köln
Germany
Phone
+49-221979479-0
Fax
+49-221979479-9
Internet address
http://www.folex.de
E-Mail
info@folex.de
Stand
Hall 09, C26 (Page 1236)
Company News
04/22/2008
Folabase Soft New polymer underpacking’s are softer to touch and can be under rubber blankets. They provide greater compressibility and do not reduce in
compression like paper. Longer lasting than paper and providing the required
optimum transfer of dot.
Digital FOLEX has a strong tradition in manufacturing substrates for the digital
print industry and manufactures in Switzerland an extensive product portfolio for
today’s wide range of digital technologies.
Folex GmbH
Folex - The Fine Art of Coating
FOLEX an experienced and established coater with manufacturing plants in
Cologne and Switzerland has taken additional space this year and will offer visitors the opportunity to view both new and improved products within its current
range. It will focus on the new developments within the Press Room Products
and the fast growing Digital Markets.
On show at DRUPA 2008 will be the NEW Ecosolvent and Solvent materials;
Stoplite roll up, Pearl White polyester and Clear film which will compliment the
existing canvas and backlit ES range. The large format Ink Jet family continues
to grow with a wide range of media for Pigment & Dye Ink Jet printers. Materials
are available for stoplight roll up/pop ups, banner, screen print clear separation
film, fine art papers & canvas, backlit, overlay, decorative, adhesives and photo
paper.
In the Digital Press arena Folex offers a wide range of speciality films and adhesives under the Folex Digiprint brand name for all the major digital press manufacturers. The range includes films in clear, white, translucent, decorative and
fabric transfer as well as adhesives. Folex supplies many of these materials with
official OEM approvals for HP Indigo, Kodak Nexpress & Xeikon. Materials are
also available for Xerox, Canon, Konica Minolta, Ricoh etc.
Press Room Folacoat – Today’s solutions for inline coating Taking centre stage
will be seven new products under the Folacoat banner, reduce cost with the Folacoat Smart, higher resistance to UV from the Folacoat Extreme, and increased
widths provide a new XXL format range.
Product Overview
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Folacoat – Flexible The compressible coating skin used as an alternative to rubber blankets for predominate solid area coating. The Folacoat Flexible Polymer
does not have a base polyester carrier but this new coating skin offers excellent
varnish transfer and can be barred in the same way as a blanket.
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02.1210
Printing formes for flexographic printing
Folacomp – Compressible packing The ideal partner to be used under the Folacoat coating plates, offering a range of different thicknesses to accommodate
various undercut sizes used by today’s press manufacturers. The compressible
construction ensures smooth transfer of varnish with reduced pressure.
02.1215
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Printing formes for offset printing
02.1875
Ink-jet printing systems
05.1010
Packing materials
05.1110
Printing formes for flexographic printing
05.1115
Printing forms for letterpress
05.1250
Ink-jet papers
05.1270
Adhesive tapes and foils
05.1290
Plastic films
05.1293
Lacquer moulds
Product Overview
05.1300
Laser printing papers
05.1425
05.1335
Mounting foils
Product Details
05.1425
Self-adhesive materials for printing
05.1435
Screen printing chemicals and materials
05.1465
Special papers
05.1485
Gravure supplies
Folien Fischer AG
Address
Bahnhofstrasse 51
5605 Dottikon
Switzerland
Phone
+41-566167600
Fax
+41-566167676
Internet address
http://www.fofi.ch
E-Mail
info@fofi.ch
Stand
Hall 13, A50 (Page 1248)
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Folien Fischer AG
Self-adhesive materials for printing
Folien Fischer AG
Self-adhesive materials for printing
FISCOLL® P6.2 SK S 6010 SCCB E2 A20
Legende
Eigenschaften
geeignet
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Anwendungen
Rückseite (selbstklebende Produkte)
Rückseite (Nassleim / Hotmelt)
Vorderseite (selbstklebende Produkte)
Vorderseite (Nassleim / Hotmelt)
Eigenschaften 90 g/m2 Richtwerte (ohne Abdeckung) 105 Dicke in my
Personalisierung (Richtwerte, alle Anwendungen sind zu testen)
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nicht personalisierbar, laserbeständig
aufgesetzte Faltkarte EP 37
Endlos-Laser
Flip-Karte EP 07
A4 Einzelblatt-Laser
FISCOLL®-Karten
Ink-Jet schwarz/weiss Text (Wischfestigkeit testen)
Faltkarte EP 31
Matrixdrucker
fofi-tTM wiederlösbare Faltkarten EP 206
Kugelschreiber
Stegkarte
Sicherheitselemente
Sichtschutz
Forbo Siegling GmbH
Anwendungen
Diverse
Laserbeständige Fenster
Address
Lilienthalstraße 6/8
30179 Hannover
Germany
Phone
+49-5116704-0
Fax
+49-5116704-305
Internet address
http://www.forbo-siegling.com
E-Mail
siegling@forbo.com
Stand
Hall 13, D54 (Page 1248)
fofi-tTM wiederlösbare Klebefläche EP 82
Etiketten
permanent haftend, Papierträger EP 53
permanent haftend, selbstdurchschreibend mit CB EP 56
permanent haftend, hohe Haftkraft EP 59
permanent haftend, plastifizierte Etikette
nicht permanent haftend, Papierträger EP 60
fofi-tTM repositionierbare Etikette
Vignetten
Papier, permanent haftend
Papier, nicht permanent haftend
Product Overview
Folie, permanent haftend
Papier/Folie permanent haftend EP 04
Forbo Siegling GmbH
02.1420
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
03.1320
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
04.1270
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
05.1310
Machine tapes
fofi-tTM repositionierbare Vignette
Karten
FOFIPLAST®-Karten
Standardkarte EP 25
Butterfly 2 - Karte EP 02
FISTOPTM-Karten
Butterfly 2 Foto Karte EP 19
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Product Details
Forbo Siegling GmbH
Product Overview
05.1310
Forever GmbH
Machine tapes
05.1465
Special papers
Siegling Linpack
Diese mit Linatex beschichteten Falt- und Förderriemen
sind hochspezialisierte Produkte, die in der Papierindustrie und Briefverteilung u.a. als Abzugsriemen eingesetzt werden.
Product Details
Siegling Linpack Typen zeichnen sich aus durch:
Kalt abziehbare Transferfolie für helle und dunkle Textilien aus 100% Baumwolle. Besonders für Schriftzüge, Zahlen und freistehende Logos geeignet.
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Forever GmbH
Special papers
FOREVER Subli-Dark 201
- ausgezeichnete Mitnahmeeigenschaften - einen hohen Reibwert - hohe Abriebfestigkeit - hohe Kompressibilität
Nur geeignet für Tintenstrahldrucker mit Sublimationstinten!
Durch diese Eigenschaften haben Linatex beschichtete Riemen die vielfache
Standzeit herkömmlicher Riemen.
Für Schriftzüge, Zahlen und freistehende Logos! (mit Plotter schneidbar)
Häufig sind die Riemen gelocht, um die Mitnahme der einzelnen Kartonagen in Faltschachtel-Klebemaschinen zusätzlich zu unterstützen. Für kalibrierte Einzugsriemen (auch für satzweisen Lauf) ist eine geschliffene Ausführung
lieferbar.
Das bedruckte Textil kann ohne Qualitätsverlust des Bildes über 50 Mal gewaschen
werden. (Erfahrung und Feedback von Hunderten unserer Kunden bezüglich
FOREVER Subli-Dark 201 bestätigen dies.)
Das Siegling Linpack Programm wird laufend durch innovative, auf die Anforderungen des Marktes abgestimmte Entwicklungen ergänzt.
INFORMATION
Produkteigenschaften
Fotorealistische Bildqualität - wahlweise in glänzendem oder mattem Finish
Extreme Elastizität ohne Dehnungsstreifen
Waschbeständigkeit und Farbbrillanz für professionelle Ansprüche
Forever GmbH
Gleiches Druckergebnis auf allen Textilfarben
Heppenheimer Straße 31-33
68309 Mannheim
Germany
Spiegelverkehrter Druck - KEINE Übertragungsfolie notwendig
Phone
+49-62172068-23
Rollenware: 25 m x 65 cm, 25 m x 127 cm
Fax
+49-62172068-40
Internet address
http://www.forever-ots.com
Motiv spiegelverkehrt drucken und Konturen schneiden - z.B. mit einem Printer/Cutter
Roland VersaCAMM VP-300S (detaillierte Beschreibung siehe Bedruckungsanleitung)
E-Mail
a.sandritter@forever-ots.com
Bedruckbare Materialien 100% Baumwolle, Jeansstoffe, Leder, weiße Polyesterstoffe etc.
Stand
Hall 07.1, E47 (Page 1226)
Address
Formate
Bogenware: DIN A3, DIN A4,
Drucken und Plotten
Zubehör
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Glossy Finish - für ein glänzendes Finish
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Matte Finish - für ein mattes Finish
Product Details
High Gloss - für ein Hochglanz-Finish
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Frimpeks Ltd.
Ink, Flexo Printing
UV BASED INKS
Frimpeks Ltd.
Address
UV Flexo Inks
Bakirc ve Pirinc San. Sit. M. Kurdoglu
34520 Beylikdüzü-Istanbul
Turkey
Phone
+90-21287507-07
Fax
+90-21287512-77
Internet address
http://www.frimpeks.com.tr
E-Mail
info@frimpeks.com.tr
Stand
Hall 07.2, A07 (Page 1230)
UV Offset Inks
UV Screen Inks
UV Letterpress Inks
Frimpeks UV printing inks have a fast cure response, thus allowing greater press
speeds and faster turn around time. Due to their solventless composition, they
are stable on the press, they cure immediately upon exposure to radiation.
High reactivity
Excellent stability
High surface hardness
High gloss and clarity
Product Overview
Frimpeks Ltd.
Excellent print quality
Excellent color reproduction
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Ink, Flexo Printing
High chemical and mechanical resistance
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Ink, Offset Printing
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Ink, Screen Printing
GLOSS PRINT UV-20000 SERIES include the following UV printing inks: 21000
SERIES - UV Flexo Inks 22000 SERIES - UV Offset Inks 23000 SERIES - UV
Screen Inks 24000 SERIES - UV Letterpress Inks
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Printer’s varnishes
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WATER BASED INKS
FRİMPEKS water based inks are press ready. Inks formulated for flexo printing
on;
Self-adhesive materials for printing
Paper
Card boards
Corrugated
PE bag
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Product Details
Paper and film (PE, PP) labels
FTB - Filtertechnik Brockmann GmbH & Co. KG...
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Excellent print quality
Filters (for liquids and gases)
Filter
Good gloss
Excellent film-forming properties
Filter aller Art, für jede Anwendung - das ist unser Metier. Das schafft Synergien,
spart Zeit und Geld.
Good color strength
- Komplettes Filtersortiment
Excellent mechanical resistance
- Lieferantenstamm reduzieren
- Günstige Einkaufspreise
GLOSS PRINT WB-60000 SERIES include the following water based inks:
61000 SERIES - Corrugated Inks 62000 SERIES - Label inks for paper 63000
SERIES - Label inks for plastics 64000 SERIES - Florescent Inks
- Lagerhaltung reduzieren
- Qualität und Service
- Top Referenzen
FUJIKURA RUBBER LTD.
FTB - Filtertechnik Brockmann GmbH & Co. KG
Systemlieferant für die Filtertechnik
Address
Robert-Bosch-Straße 19
97209 Veitshöchheim
Germany
2-11-20, Nishi-Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku
Tokyo 141-0031
Japan
Phone
+81-33490-2129
Phone
+49-93199130-0
Fax
+81-33490-2150
Fax
+49-93199130-10
Internet address
http://www.fujikuragraphics.com
Internet address
http://www.ftb-filtertechnik.de
E-Mail
info@fujikuragraphics.com
E-Mail
info@ftb-filtertechnik.de
Stand
Hall 16, A75 (Page 1254)
Stand
Hall 06, D09 (Page 1220)
Address
Product Overview
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Company News
FTB - Filtertechnik Brockmann GmbH & Co. KG...
New FIT Series debut!
FUJIKURA releases new product concept ”FIT” series in drupa. ”FIT” is shorten
word of FUJIKURA INTERLINK TECHNOLOGY and this is the advanced series
Filters (for liquids and gases)
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of current ”SUPA” series. This new series will best-FIT to various & up-to-date
printing circumstances with our best technology for printing blanket. We are
looking forward to showing you our latest technologies, which are base of ”FIT”
series.
Product Overview
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Printing blankets
Gandinnovations
Address
Photo-Realistic printing on the new Jeti
The Nanojet uses the latest in digital print technology and is specifically designed to print outstanding photo-realistic quality outputs. Equipped with a silicon nozzle plate, the NanoJet uses 24 Spectra high performance print heads.
This 15 pico liter head is specifically designed to deliver high resolution droplets.
Printing at speeds of 220sqft/hr (20.4sqm/hr) in photo-realistic mode with superb
results, the NanoJet has a print area of 4’ x 8’ and prints in 6 colors at 800dpi, using Gandinnovations UV-curable branded inks. The strong vacuum table on the
NanoJet holds virtually any rigid material in place up to 5 cm (2”) in thickness and
the specially designed table uses a linear motion system to control movement,
ensuring perfect registration on rigid and flexible materials every time. Ideal for
high quality display printing on Glass, Acrylics, Dibond, Aluminum, Wood, Steel,
Coroplast, Formboard and Styren, the NanoJet is a true winner for any printshop
needing to output photo-realistic quality products.
5975 Falbourne Street
L5R 3V8 Mississauga, Ontario
Canada
Be one of the first to see this high quality digital printer produce LIVE photorealistic prints at the Gandinnovations booth – Hall 5, Stand A23
Phone
+1-2103449566
Fax
+1-2103449569
Internet address
www.gandinnovations.com
Founded in 2001, Gandinnovations offers several models of UV flatbeds, Roll-toRoll Solvent and UV Roll-to-Roll printers for a wide variety of commercial applications. Flatbed models print on rigid and flexible substrates to create poster-sized
advertisements, point of purchase displays, or can be used for applications as
diverse as adding wood-grain finish to furnishings and flooring. Roll-to-roll printers are typically used for vinyl billboards, truck and bus wraps, but may also be
used to create material such as wallpaper.
E-Mail
sales@gandigroup.com
Stand
Hall 05, A23 (Page 1216)
Company News
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Gandinnovations
Gandinnovations reaches new heights with the
NanoJet at drupa 2008
Announcing newest grand format UV digital printer in Hall 5, Stand A23
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada | May 12, 2008 - Gandinnovations a world leader
in grand format digital printer innovations will launch its newest grand format UV
digital printer at drupa. The NanoJet UV True Flatbed digital printer will be on
display on the Gandinnovations booth in Hall 5, Stand A23.
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Gandinnovations’ range of grand-format printers are designed to meet the needs
of the industry, including true 600 dpi, UV flatbed and roll-to-roll printers, three
and five-meter solvent printers, solvent printers using 24, or 48 Spectra print
heads and offering many technological advantages, including an automated
head wiping system, modular camera used to print perfect back to back registration for backlit applications, and the state of the art nozzle replacement system
for perfect print quality every time. Since introduced in November 2002, over
1,400 Jeti Printers have been sold in more than 150 countries worldwide.
Gandinnovations headquarters are in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada with sales
and service in San Antonio, Texas. Additional offices are located in Mexico City,
India, South Africa, Belgium, Dubai and Hong Kong, with service centrers worldwide.
For more information about Gandinnovations and its products, visit the company’s website at www.gandinnovations.com, or call 1-866 500 JETI (5384).
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Gandinnovations reaches new heights with the
NanoJet at drupa 2008
Announcing newest grand format UV digital printer in Hall 5, Stand A23
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada | May 12, 2008 - Gandinnovations a world leader
in grand format digital printer innovations will launch its newest grand format UV
digital printer at drupa. The NanoJet UV True Flatbed digital printer will be on
display on the Gandinnovations booth in Hall 5, Stand A23.
For more information about Gandinnovations and its products, visit the company’s website at www.gandinnovations.com, or call 1-866 500 JETI (5384).
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Photo-Realistic printing on the new Jeti
The Nanojet uses the latest in digital print technology and is specifically designed to print outstanding photo-realistic quality outputs. Equipped with a silicon nozzle plate, the NanoJet uses 24 Spectra high performance print heads.
This 15 pico liter head is specifically designed to deliver high resolution droplets.
Printing at speeds of 220sqft/hr (20.4sqm/hr) in photo-realistic mode with superb
results, the NanoJet has a print area of 4’ x 8’ and prints in 6 colors at 800dpi, using Gandinnovations UV-curable branded inks. The strong vacuum table on the
NanoJet holds virtually any rigid material in place up to 5 cm (2”) in thickness and
the specially designed table uses a linear motion system to control movement,
ensuring perfect registration on rigid and flexible materials every time. Ideal for
high quality display printing on Glass, Acrylics, Dibond, Aluminum, Wood, Steel,
Coroplast, Formboard and Styren, the NanoJet is a true winner for any printshop
needing to output photo-realistic quality products.
Be one of the first to see this high quality digital printer produce LIVE photorealistic prints at the Gandinnovations booth – Hall 5, Stand A23
———————————- About Gandinnovations
Founded in 2001, Gandinnovations offers several models of UV flatbeds, Roll-toRoll Solvent and UV Roll-to-Roll printers for a wide variety of commercial applications. Flatbed models print on rigid and flexible substrates to create poster-sized
advertisements, point of purchase displays, or can be used for applications as
diverse as adding wood-grain finish to furnishings and flooring. Roll-to-roll printers are typically used for vinyl billboards, truck and bus wraps, but may also be
used to create material such as wallpaper.
Gandinnovations’ range of grand-format printers are designed to meet the needs
of the industry, including true 600 dpi, UV flatbed and roll-to-roll printers, three
and five-meter solvent printers, solvent printers using 24, or 48 Spectra print
heads and offering many technological advantages, including an automated
head wiping system, modular camera used to print perfect back to back registration for backlit applications, and the state of the art nozzle replacement system
for perfect print quality every time. Since introduced in November 2002, over
1,100 Jeti Printers have been sold in more than 150 countries worldwide.
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Gandinnovations headquarters are in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada with sales
and service in San Antonio, Texas. Additional offices are located in Mexico City,
India, South Africa, Belgium, Dubai and Hong Kong, with service centrers worldwide.
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Gandinnovations introduce the Cyclone UV Liquid
Laminator by Alliance Technology to their product line.
Gandinnovations a world leader in grand format digital printer innovation; have
introduced the Cyclone UV Liquid Laminator which is made by Alliance Technology to their product line. The launch of this new UV product is a prefect printing
add-on solutions for our Jeti UV True Flatbed digital printers. 2000 - 5000 sheets
per/hr... Lighting fast.
This latest UV product to be added to Gandi’s grand format digital printers portfolio is a prefect add-on solution for our Jeti UV True Flatbed digital printers. Specially designed for rigid materials up to 2 inches think. The Cyclone is equipped
with UV light, which can laminate between 30-110 linear ft/min, the specially designed UV lamp allows for super fast drying, this allows the user to lay down a
variable thickness of laminate. The dryer has a lower stand-by lamp setting to
conserve energy. The Cyclone is compatible with our new Premium UV-curable
inks, which are featured in all 3 of our Jeti Flatbed printers. Gandinnovations
provides a very durable clear varnish that is scratch resistant and protects the
finished print for outdoor use when applied on many substrates.
The Cyclone UV Liquid Laminator now gives our customers the ability to apply a glossy or matte finish to their finished prints without waiting or losing any
downtime.
The laminator accommodates two 5-gal containers of liquid laminate, allowing
users to change from a gloss to matte laminate just by closing and opening
valves, the self-contained units require minimal clean-up. The Cyclone UV Liquid Laminator will be available in 2 models Cyclone UV60 and Cyclone UV80.
Cyclone UV60 Max. Coating Width 60” (1.6meters) Coating Thickness: 6 to 18
microns
Speeds and Dimensions: Coater/Dryer Speed: 30-110 ft/min Coater Size: 38”
x 105” x 62” Dryer Size: 96” x 90” x 50” Coater Weight: 950 lbs (431 kg) Dryer
Weight: 2,750 lbs (1,250 kg) ——————–
Cyclone UV80 Max. Coating Width 80” (2 meters) Coating Thickness: 6 to 18
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microns
Speeds and Dimensions: Coater/Dryer Speed: 30-110 ft/min Coater Size: 45” x
128” x 65” Dryer Size: 96” x 114” x 52” Coater Weight: 1,140 lbs (518 kg) Dryer
Weight: 2,950 lbs (1,341 kg)
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Gandinnovations unleash the perfect solution for
Outdoor application with the 5 meter UV JetStream
RTR Printer.
Gandinnovations a world leader in grand format digital printer innovation, today
has launched its new grand format UV digital printing solutions for 2008, the
jeti5024 UV JetStream Roll-To-Roll 4 Color 5 meter digital printer. 110 sqm/hr
(1185sqft/hr) @ 300dpi output… beautiful and fast.
This latest advancement to be added to Gandi’s grand format UV digital printers portfolio is the Jeti5024 UV JetStream RTR, which is now available in a 4
Color configuration, featuring 24 (80 picoliter) Spectra print heads. The Grand
Format Digital Printer is the best-in-class digital UV system, maximizing speeds
and cost effectiveness for end-users. Capable of printing fast high quality images at speeds of 1,185 sqft/hr (110 sqm/hr) in 3-pass Billboard mode with no
banding at 300 dpi, which is perfect for Outdoor application. These speeds have
been tested for acceptance in different applications and on a variety of materials
including 100% PE eco-friendly.
Designed for 24/7 productivity with a single operator intervention, the Jeti5024
UV JetStream RTR 4 Color Printer is the best productive digital solution for outdoor applications in speed and quality for billboards and building wraps.
The Jeti5024 gives the prefect print every time, with brighter images and solid
colors using dedicated environmentally friendly UV-curable Premium inks, these
specially formulated inks yield a wider color gamut and exhibit excellent flexibility
and superior adhesion on a variety of materials including 100% PE eco-friendly.
This complete printing solution provides an economic advantage for our customers.
Demonstrations on the Jeti5024 are currently available at Gandinnovations
headquarters in Mississauga, Canada.
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Gandinnovations; Stable and Opaque, GUV White Inks.
Gandinnovations a world leader in grand format digital printer innovation, today
has launched a new high density UV curable white ink that allows printing on
many colored rigid substrates and achieve a brilliant white in one pass without
any shadow effect. This new white also has much better adhesion to many
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rigid materials including corrugated plastic, styrene, PVC, acrylic and even other
exotic substrates like metals, leather, brown cardboard stock and many more.
Additionally, the GUV (Gandi UV) white ink can be used as a “spot” color to bring
into focus certain parts of an image printed on colored substrates and even on
transparent media.
Gandinnovations has also made this new white with using a very flexible formula
so it will not crack even when the rigid substrate is bent 360 degrees. This gives
the flexibility to use it in many applications. We have also used excellent white
pigments to give good outdoor life without discoloring and cracking. And just
like all our UV-curable inks, the GUV White ink is a 100% solvent-free formulation using only the safest radiation curable raw materials that does not result in
the emission of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) making it both safe to use
and environmentally friendly thereby reducing worker exposure to hazardous
substances and environmental pollution.
This specially formulated white ink developed at Gandinnovations features a
unique chemistry that imparts excellent adhesion, flexibility and outdoor durability. The proprietary manufacturing process and additives used to produce this
UV white ink makes it possible to disperse more pigment into the formula while
still keeping a stable sub-micron white ink suspension. This means that it is now
possible to achieve greater opacity with less amounts of ink laid down with one
print pass, where competitive UV curable white inks usually require more ink laid
down and more than one print pass.
Gandi’s innovative and world-renowned UV product portfolio, comprising the
Jeti1224 true flatbed has a 4ft x 8ft print area, Jeti 2030 X-2 true flatbed has
a 6ft 6” x 10ft (2 x 3 meter) print area, and Jeti3150 X-2 true flatbed has a 5ft x
10ft print area. All our UV True Flatbed Printers provide an economic advantage
to the customer and create a complete printing solution that ensures full system
compatibility.
05/02/2008
Gandinnovations unveils the best in grand format
digital printers at drupa 2008
Announcing new range of grand format digital printers for outdoor and billboard
applications
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, April 17, 2008 – Gandinnovations, a world leader
in grand format digital printer innovations will be showcasing its top of the range
products at drupa 2008, in Hall 5 booth#a23.
Key highlights include the introduction of the new NanoJet UV True Flatbed digital printer, the new Jeti 3348 Jetstream UV RTR digital printer and the awardwinning Jeti 3324 Aquajet Direct-to-Fabric digital printer as well as its full Jeti
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range of grand format digital printers.
Reaching new heights in quality and speed
During the world cup of print shows, Gandinnovations will lead the way in showcasing its grand format digital print technology with a full Jeti range of grand format digital printers in action. The company will unveil the new NanoJet UV True
Flatbed digital printer which uses the latest in digital print technology. Specifically designed to print photo-realistic quality outputs, the NanoJet uses 24 Spectra high performance print heads. Equipped with a silicone nozzle plate, this 15
pico liter head is specifically designed to deliver high resolution droplets. Printing at speeds of 220sqft/hr (20.4sqm/hr) in Photo-Realistic mode with superb
results, the NanoJet has a print area of 4’ x 8’ and prints in 6 colors at 1200dpi,
using Gandinnovations UV-curable branded inks. The NanoJet is a true winner
for any printshop needing to output a high quality product. Perfect for high quality
display printing on Glass, Acrylics, Diobond, Aluminum, wood, steel, coroplast,
formboard, styrene and much more. At drupa, Gandinnovations will present the
Jeti3348 Jetstream UV RTR, its brand new 3-meter UV RTR digital printer which
prints at lightning speeds of 2500 sqft/hr (230sqm/hr) in a 4-color configuration
and features 48 Spectra print heads. The new unit uses Gandinnovations’ UVcurable branded inks on a variety of materials including 100% PE eco-friendly
polyethylene and is well suited for all types of outdoor applications. The Jeti3348
Jetstream UV RTR will also be available with a back-lit camera option enabling
reverse printing of the material and comes with perfect registration allowing brilliant backlit signage. The Jeti3348 Jetstream UV RTR is the best productive
digital print solution for outdoor applications in speed and quality for billboards,
backlit signage and building wraps.
Live demonstrations of the Jeti 3324 Aquajet Direct-to-Fabric digital printer,
Gandinnovations’ “European Digital Press” 2008 Award-winning unit will take
place during the show. Bringing colors and images alive using Gandinnovations
formulated, Waterbase Dye Dispersed Inks printing in 6 colors at 400dpi, this
new digital printer will provide customers with the opportunity to witness its outstanding performance which has already created a huge buzz in the industry.
The Jeti 3324 Aquajet Direct-to-Fabric digital printer creates the ultimate colors
that are brilliant, fade resistant, and literally burst to life from a full range of fabrics
– flag, banner, and textile materials.
Hary Gandy, President of Gandinnovations is eager to show the company’s latest product innovations: “The Jeti 3324 Aquajet now achieves bold, vibrant, solid
colors printing direct to all fabrics. For direct color, printing to paper first is no
longer necessary. It is single process now which enables printshops to save
time and money.”
The high speed Jeti 2030 X-2 UV True Flatbed digital printer will also be on show
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during the event. Printing at speeds of 1400sqft/hr (140sqm/hr) in billboard production mode, this unit uses 48 Spectra print heads. This true flatbed digital
printer has a print area of 2m x 3m equipped with a strong 3 zone sectional vacuum table, which holds virtually any rigid substrate in place up to 5 cm (2”) in
thickness. The Jeti 2030 X-2 UV prints in 6 colors or 4 colors and uses the company’s 2008 award-winning white ink and clear varnish with outstanding quality
and speed.
Gandinnovations will also demonstrate its Jeti 3324 Solvent RTR digital printer.
This unit is the best productive digital solution for billboards, building and vehicle
wraps. When printed with the company’s branded solvent inks, it offers a 3M
performance guarantee.
James Gandy, CEO and Chairman of Gandinnovations concludes: “We are
looking forward to meeting drupa’s global and international audience and
present Gandinnovations’ outstanding product range. Our new innovative Aquajet direct-to-fabric digital printer will enable us to reach new markets and service new customers. The new Jeti3348 Jetstream UV RTR and the high-quality
Nanojet reinforce our global approach as industry leaders. We warmly invite everyone who is interested in the company’s latest developments in grand format
digital printers to visit us in Düsseldorf.”
Come and visit us at Drupa in Hall 5 at Booth#a23
About Gandinnovations
Founded in 2001, Gandinnovations offers several models of UV flatbeds, Roll-toRoll Solvent and UV Roll-to-Roll printers for a wide variety of commercial applications. Flatbed models print on rigid and flexible substrates to create poster-sized
advertisements, point of purchase displays, or can be used for applications as
diverse as adding wood-grain finish to furnishings and flooring. Roll-to-roll printers are typically used for vinyl billboards, truck and bus wraps, but may also be
used to create material such as wallpaper.
Gandinnovations’ range of grand-format printers are designed to meet the needs
of the industry, including true 600 dpi, UV flatbed and roll-to-roll printers, three
and five-meter solvent printers, solvent printers using 24, or 48 Spectra print
heads and offering many technological advantages, including an automated
head wiping system, modular camera used to print perfect back to back registration for backlit applications, and the state of the art nozzle replacement system
for perfect print quality every time. Since introduced in November 2002, over
1,100 Jeti Printers have been sold in more than 150 countries worldwide.
Gandinnovations headquarters are in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada with sales
and service in San Antonio, Texas. Additional offices are located in Mexico City,
India, South Africa, Belgium, Dubai and Hong Kong, with service centrers worldwide.
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For more information about Gandinnovations and its products, visit the company’s website at www.gandinnovations.com, or call 1-866 500 JETI (5384).
02/26/2008
Direct to Fabric….results, Vibrant Colors!
Gandinnovations debuts Jeti 3324 Aquajet Our first 3
Meter Direct –to-Fabric One process printer to use
Water Based Dye Inks.
“The Jeti 3324 Aquajet opens up a new niche in an already exclusive market,
creating sharper, more effervescent colors and images than the industry has
ever seen before.”
Gandinnovation are renowned for its production of high performance printers
and pushes the envelope even further with the introduction of the Jeti 3324
Aquajet Gandinnovations first 3 meter wide Direct-to-Fabric printer using Specially In-house formulated, Water base Dye Sublimation Inks that allows printing
direct to any polyester base fabric and achieve vibrant colors that pop out. Special built in infrared heaters allow the colors to pop out with no need for any extra
equipment for curing. Now you can print fabric direct and have a finished product with vibrant colors come off the Jeti 3324 Aquajet with no need for any extra
process.
The Jet 3324 Aquajet featuring 24 Spectra Water based Special Edition print
heads available in 6 color, 600 dpi resolution giving ultra real images that can
compete with any high resolution printer in the market yet giving production
speeds over 100sqm/hr.
“Now, achieve bold, vibrant, solid colors when you print direct to fabric. We’ve
eliminated the old system of printing to paper first for direct color. It’s one process that will save print shops time and money,” says Hary Gandy, President of
worldwide sales for Gandinnovations.
Each successive generation of Jeti printers from Gandinnovations has extended
the bounds of both performance and durability. The latest generation Jeti may
be the most successful ever. The Jeti 3324 Aquajet is designed to optimize the
workload of industrial textile printing environments.
”It’s a perfect marriage of conventional textile printing needs and innovative digital convenience,” adds Gandy. Sturdy Jeti printer construction ensures maximum performance and reliability in a 24-7 production environment. With the Jeti
3324 Aquajet a textile print shop can meet its full potential of heavy production
demands at a lower cost while producing high quality images at greater speeds.
Printings direct to Polyester based fabrics are easy with the Jeti 3324 Aquajet
and the results are bright colors second to none. Not only are the waster-based
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Aqueous Inks, produced by Gandinnovations™ environmentally friendly, they
also deliver vivid and durable graphic images.
Reliable jetting performance is a must for any printing business. Aqueous Inks
when used in combination with the Jeti 3324 Aquajet create the ultimate colors
that are brilliant, fade resistant, and literally burst to life from a full range of fabrics
– flag, banner, and textile materials, almost anything on which it’s printed.
“You have to see it print to believe it. The quality and speed is amazing! The
Jeti 3324 Aquajet is designed to optimize workload of industrial textile printing
environments, and our unique enhancements put this printer in a league of it
own.” James Gandy CEO & Chairman for Gandinnovations.
Enhancements made to the Jeti 3324 Aquajet are subtle but purposeful. The Jeti
3324 Aquajet is fully equipped with an in-line retro fixation system that ensures
dramatic colors and clean graphics on Polyester based fabrics, either knitted or
woven, this process guarantees the prints are ready for wind-up.
Unique to the Jeti 3324 Aquajet is an integrated air cutter/slitter system made
up of 3 high temperature-slitting units attached on the rewind rollers that allow
you to slit and seal the fabric to the finished required sizes. To avoid any fumes
the Jeti 3324 Aquajet has a built in venting system, and a separate Air Cleaning
Unit included with the printer. The Unique beveled media rollers make sure all
types of fabrics are centered on the printer at all time for accurate print quality
and registration.
The Industrial fabric unwinds system with tension and edge position control, and
end-of-roll detection minimizes operator intervention and facilitates printing of
a wide variety of fabrics. The rewind system is designed to accept industry
standard 75mm (3 inch) tube cores.
The Jeti 3324 Aquajet is unquestionably the fastest 3.3m (10’10”) meter grandformat digital printer designed explicitly for the fabric and textile printing industry.
“We’ve added our new 24 Spectra Water based Special Edition print heads to
meet the high resolution needs of the printing industry and maintained highspeed performance,” says Gandy.
“We will continue to place emphasis on perfecting technology. If it has our name
on it, be assured that it is the most advanced high-speed, high-resolution printer
engineered at the lowest possible cost. Really, you have to see it print to believe
it. The combination of quality and speed is amazing!” adds Gandy.
02/26/2008
Gandinnovations Launches Next Generation of
Premium UV Inks.
Gandinnovations has launched a new range of Jeti Premium UV-curable
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Inks. These specially formulated inks have been developed and manufactured by Gandinnovations, in collaboration with its OEM partners worldwide,
for use in our famous Jeti Flatbed Series Printers. The new UV-curable inks
exhibit excellent flexibility and superior adhesion to polymeric substrates like
acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS), coroplast, polycarbonate, polystyrene,
different grades of PVC, polyolefins, polyesters and many others. These new UV
inks will guarantee the customer’s finished printed product, whether it is on roll
stock or rigid substrate, does not peel, flake or chip when cut on any automated
dye cutter or router machine.
These new Premium UV-curable inks are a unique 100% solvent-free formulation using only the safest radiation curable raw materials that does not result
in the emission of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). This makes them both
safe to use and environmentally friendly reducing worker exposure to hazardous
substances and environmental pollution.
The Jeti Premium UV-curable Inks are manufactured using only the most lightfast pigments such as those used in the automotive industry, which make the
inks suitable for use on outdoor displays such as billboards, automotive decorations and vehicle wraps.
These new Premium UV-curable Ink sets also yield a wider colour gamut which
includes white and clear for unique applications, The printed finished colours
are more vibrant and sharp, this will give the customer more flexibility with their
colour range ensuring they can hit the benchmark colour every time. Gandi’s
innovative and world-renowned UV product portfolio, comprising the Jeti1224
true flatbed has a 4ft x 8ft print area, Jeti 2030 X-2 true flatbed has a 6ft 6” x 10ft
(2 x 3 meter) print area, and Jeti3150 X-2 true flatbed has a 5ft x 10ft print area.
All our UV True Flatbed Printers provide an economic advantage to the customer
and create a complete printing solution that ensures full system compatibility.
Product Overview
Gandinnovations
01.1070
Image processing software
01.1190
Ink formulating systems
01.1195
Ink pre-setting systems & plate scanners
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Printing presses for non-flat objects
02.1495
Printing-down equipment for photographic films and
papers
02.1500
Printing-down equipment for screen printing stencils
02.1780
Screen printing machines, web-fed
04.1385
Varnish and lamination
04.1695
Wallpaper making machines
05.1090
Ink, Flexo Printing
05.1175
Ink rollers
05.1445
Screen printing fabrics
06.1020
Printing formes for offset printing
Gasperini, Carlo & C.
Address
via Goldoni 44
59100 Prato
Italy
Phone
+39 0574 692944
Fax
+39 0574 692966
Internet address
http://www.gasperini.it
E-Mail
info@gasperini.it
Stand
Hall 12, B66 (Page 1244)
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Company News
Gasperini, Carlo & C.
Product Overview
05/11/2008
Gasperini, Carlo & C.
Gasperini, Hall 12 - Stand B66
Now more than ever, Gasperini is your global partner for the development of innovative “print finishing” and anti-counterfeiting solutions, with the highest value
added. The customer who chooses Gasperini is then looking for the state of the
art of such technologies. Here are some interesting previews:
Thermography Thermography is constantly growing in many application fields:
from book covers to greeting cards, from high quality packaging to the finest
fashion hang-tags. A real must! Moreover, only Gasperini can provide the
world’s largest thermographer: the superb Sunraise SE-40, able to print thermo
up to cm. 70x100 size.
Foil stamping and emboss The continuous development of engraving techniques allows to produce emboss (both multilevel and sculptured/artistic) with
excellent features. A great success has being gained by our micro-engraved
(textured foiling) “on demand” dies, an explosive weapon to protect your brands:
every layout is exclusively designed and produced for the specific customer. The
final result is always unique, from a visual and tactile point of view.... and, above
all, potentially irreproducible. Both micro-engraving and artistic emboss are able
to assure a high anticounterfeiting deterrent . We will show you, during the show,
several excellent samples. Last, but not least, the new Kluge EHG press, able
to feed sheets up to cm. 50x70 size: an event expected by most!
Die-stamping/Intaglio: There are also new developments in anticounterfeiting
intaglio from roll to roll, and especially in the self adhesive labels market, which
is giving a new start-up to this ancient and valuable printing technology.
But we don’t want to disclose anything more. We are waiting for your visit: we
will be really glad to show you all our valuable creations!
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Holographic systems
01.1360
Embossing formes and dies
02.1110
Braille printing techniques
02.1145
Postage stamp printing presses
02.1645
Embossing plates
02.1695
Relief imitation printing presses
02.1820
Die stamping machines
02.1930
Security printing machines
03.1330
Foil stamping machines
05.1015
Thermographic equipment, powders and supplies
05.1105
Ink, Gravur Printing
05.1385
Embossing plates
05.1400
Relief imitation materials
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Product Details
Gasperini, Carlo & C.
Product Overview
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Gateway Bookbinding Systems Ltd.
Thermographic equipment, powders and supplies
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
Thermography is constantly growing in many application fields: from book covers to greeting cards, from
high quality packaging to the finest fashion hang-tags.
A real must! Moreover, only Gasperini can provide
the world’s largest thermographer: the superb Sunraise
SE-40, able to print thermo up to cm. 70x100 size.
03.1155
Book manufacturing lines
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
04.1640
Stationery production machines
05.1385
05.1080
Wire and plastic bindings
Sunraise thermographers and thermo powders
Embossing plates
Brass and copper dies
Product Details
We are able to offer the widest range of copper and
brass dies for foiling, embossing and combination foiling
+ emboss.
05.1080
Gateway Bookbinding Systems Ltd.
Wire and plastic bindings
PLASTIKOIL®
45 Colours. Also manufacturing Envirokoil® and PETG
coil. Full equipment lineup from smaller systems to full range in-house coil manufacturing and automated insertion.
Gateway Bookbinding Systems Ltd.
Address
Head Office
R2J 4J8 Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada
Phone
001-204-663-9214
Fax
001-204-663-7905
Internet address
www.plastikoil.com
E-Mail
Stand
GBC Commercial Laminating Solution Group
Address
Mercuriusstraat 9
6468 ES Kerkrade
Netherlands
Phone
+31 45 5357676
Fax
+31 45 5357878
info@plastikoil.com
Internet address
http://www.gbcfilm.com
Hall 12, D76 (Page 1244)
E-Mail
info@gbcfilm.com
Stand
Hall 11, D05 (Page 1240)
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Company News
06/07/2008
GBC Commercial Laminating Solution Group
GBC Introduces 8500HS Cyclone for Ultra High-speed
Lamination at drupa 2008, stand D05 - Hall 11
Düsseldorf (Germany), May 29, 2008 - GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions
Group, part of ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) and world market leader
in print finishing equipment and consumables , is unveiling their fastest and most
advanced commercial laminating system at drupa 2008 in Dusseldorf, May 29 June 11. Running at speeds up to 500 ft. (150 m) per minute, the GBC 8500HS
Cyclone offers greater productivity than any other system in this market.
Besides its astounding speed, the 8500HS Cyclone can accommodate sheet
widths up to 44 in. (112 cm). Three models are available for sheet lengths of 31
in. (79 cm), 44 in. (112 cm), and 56 in. (142 cm). At drupa 2008, GBC will be
running the 56 in. model.
The technologically advanced 8500HS Cyclone includes an integrated highspeed MABEG® feeder that can run up to 18,000 sheets per hour. MABEG
feeders are known worldwide for their reliability and accuracy.
State-of-the-art engineering developed GBC’s new Advanced Adhesion Mechanism that will be seen for the first time at drupa ’08. Located in the lamination
unit of the 8500HS Cyclone, this mechanism is designed to improve bonding at
all speeds.
After prints are laminated, they are separated with the aid of a track-mounted
snapping assembly that remains stationary while running and maintaining its
grip over the entire sheet. The result is clean and accurate separation of prints
before they enter the stacker.
A single operator can easily control all critical functions of the 8500HS Cyclone
from one of the two touch-screen monitors that have been strategically placed on
the system. At the main screen, the operator can quickly configure job settings
including sheet length, speed ratios, film tension and separation. Job parameters can be stored in memory for recurring jobs. GBC Commercial Laminating
Solutions Group GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the
American multinational ACCO Brands Corporation, specializes in manufacturing, marketing and distribution of thermal and pressure-sensitive laminating film
and equipment. The company offers a wide range of quality films for laminating
offset prints, such as book covers and luxury packaging, wide format prints for
indoor and outdoor usage, encapsulation applications, etc.
GBC’s commercial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 metres
per minute up to 150 metres per minute while providing solutions for high-speed
commercial lamination and offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commer-
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cial film, made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat® substrates,
is designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality.
For on-demand lamination requirements, GBC offers small and medium format
single-sided laminating units available with a selection of special films for digital
prints and low to mid volume offset prints. GBC’s range of wide format laminators can be used to laminate large format digital prints and photographic prints.
GBC’s Octiva® and Arctic® lines of thermal and pressure-sensitive films have
been developed to satisfy wide format finishing needs.
The GBC name and the GBC logo are registered trademarks of GBC Film Products Group. All other product and company names are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
06/07/2008
GBC team sets Guinness World Record with the new
GBC 8500HS Cyclone laminator during drupa 2008
Düsseldorf (GERMANY) - June 2, 2008 – GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, part of ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) and world market
leader in print finishing equipment and consumables, successfully achieved a
new Guinness World Record at drupa 2008 by setting the fastest time for laminating 102,2 square metres of paper,- size 70 x 100 cm in just 40,53 seconds. The
new GBC 8500HS Cyclone laminating system and GBC High Bonding Strength
(HBS) film – both debuted at drupa – were put to the test in this first-ever laminating challenge. The well-attended event took place on June 2nd at GBC’s
stand D05 in Hall 11. Gareth Deaves, an adjudicator from the Guinness Book
of World Records, confirmed the time of the lamination run and presented an
award to the jubilant GBC team.
This extraordinary technical endeavour began with the “go” signal when the first
sheet entered the laminator. Only the portion of the paper surface actually covered by the laminating film was measured. The clock was stopped when the
last sheet to complete the 100 square meters exited the laminator. Witnesses
and the adjudicator from the Guinness Book of World Records verified that the
sheets were properly laminated, without creases or air pockets, and that the total
laminated surface was at least 100 square metres.
Ron Butterman, GBC Director of Marketing, comments: ”We are extremely
proud of Mark Elman, Glenn Koepke, Tony Mertlik and all the talented engineers on the team for their efforts to develop this world-class laminator. Thanks
to their skills, we have attained this new Guinness Book of Records milestone
– and also provided a convincing demonstration of how printers can finish their
own output in record time.”
The GBC 8500HS Cyclone is a commercial laminator designed for single-sided
lamination of high-volume print runs. Running at speeds up to 150 m (500 ft)
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per minute, this system can cut production time by one-half or more without
sacrificing accuracy, control, and quality. Its generous 112 cm (44 in) width offers versatility and also lets users run prints landscape-wise, further increasing
productivity.
A high-precision MABEG® feeder, known worldwide for its powerful and reliable
accuracy, controls the feeding and transport of printed sheets. A unique suction
cup configuration allows the MABEG® to consistently feed up to 18,000 sheets
per hour.
Built for speed
The key to the GBC 8500HS Cyclone’s high-speed, high-quality output is innovative new technology that improves adhesion at ultra-high speeds, and then
separates each sheet accurately without tearing or slowing the process.
With precise controls and strong adhesion at extremely high speeds, the GBC
8500HS Cyclone also delivers maximum efficiency. Operator friendly, it is easy
to quickly configure job settings from feeding through stacking, including paper
movement, sheet overlap, speed, film tension and separation. Job parameters can also be retained in memory for recurring jobs. A touch-screen control
monitor reports productivity by shift, day and job, including film used and time
remaining on the job.
Consistent adhesion
During the Guinness World Record event, the GBC 8500HS Cyclone impressed
the visitors with its innovative new technology that ensures consistent adhesion
when running at ultra-high speeds. An efficient closed-loop water heating system enables the laminator to maintain a stable operating temperature, even on
long runs. After leaving the laminator, an electronically controlled, motorized
decurling bar removes excess curl in the laminated sheets for consistently flat
output.
At the system’s separator, a track-mounted snapping assembly remains stationary while running and maintaining its grip over the entire sheet. The result is
clean, accurate separation and optimal reliability.
Laminated sheets produced on the 8500HS Cyclone during the world record
attempt were distributed to the visitors during the world record attempt.
GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group
GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the American multinational ACCO Brands Corporation, specializes in manufacturing, marketing
and distribution of thermal and pressure-sensitive laminating film and equipment. The company offers a wide range of quality films for laminating offset
prints, such as book covers and luxury packaging, wide format prints for indoor
and outdoor usage, encapsulation applications, etc.
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GBC’s commercial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 meters
per minute up to 150 metres per minute while providing solutions for high-speed
commercial lamination and offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commercial film, made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat® substrates,
is designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality.
For on-demand lamination requirements, GBC offers small and medium format
single-sided laminating units available with a selection of special films for digital
prints and low to mid volume offset prints. GBC’s range of wide format laminators can be used to laminate large format digital prints and photographic prints.
GBC’s Octiva® and Arctic® lines of thermal and pressure-sensitive films have
been developed to satisfy wide format finishing needs.
The GBC name and the GBC logo are registered trademarks of GBC Film Products Group. All other product and company names are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
03/11/2008
GBC explores new frontiers in print finishing at drupa
08, stand D05 – Hall 11
Kerkrade (The Netherlands), March 2008 – GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, part of Acco Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD – news) and world
market leader in print finishing equipment and consumables, will exhibit their
latest thermal laminating solutions for commercial, on-demand and wide-format
finishing at drupa 08.
Explore! GBC New frontiers in print finishing at drupa 08 With this year’s drupa
promising to be the biggest-ever in the fair’s history, GBC is planning a memorable show. During live demonstrations GBC will present their equipment and
consumables for a variety of printing processes and applications.
“Customers visiting drupa will be able to explore GBC’s new frontiers in print
finishing thanks to the company’s extensive range of laminating and finishing
solutions”, Arnout Janssen, Marketing Director GBC Commercial Laminating
Solutions explains. “In the industry we work for, speed is of the essence. As
the turn-around times remain under constant pressure, more and more printers
are taking on the finishing process in-house. For finishers, the time pressure
is even higher. With lamination at the end of the production chain, they are investing in increasingly faster lamination equipment. At the same time, the digital
printers are looking for an end-to-end solution. GBC constantly strives to anticipate and find innovative solutions by adding value to meet the specific needs
of its customers in high speed lamination. At drupa GBC will introduce several
new products in the high speed lamination range.”
Mr. Janssen continues: “We noticed that the esthetic and functional look of
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the printed matter has become vitally important for print buyers of lamination
films such as designers and publishers. With its scuff-free and lay-flat films, the
company is able to offer the perfect solution to this trend. Last but not least, GBC
has always taken environmental issues very seriously. This is the reason why
the company has invested a lot of R&D resources in developing new eco-friendly
laminating solutions. As a supplier of innovative laminating and film finishing
solutions, the company is able to serve a very large audience by adding value
and fulfilling a large range of applications and requests.”
Explore! GBC New frontiers in print finishing at drupa The GBC 620os and GBC
5031 laminating systems are dedicated to the digital Print-On-Demand market
and are the ”best-in-class” solutions for finishing one-sided and double-sided
narrow-format digital output.
The GBC 620os is a single-sided laminating system. As a highly cost-effective
entry-level unit with automated controls, it effectively combines sophisticated
technology with ease-of-operation and time-savings. The GBC 620os covers a
wide range of applications such as the production of book covers, dust jackets,
as well as sheeted gift cards, postcards and business cards. With a maximum
speed of 15-m/minute and a maximum sheet size of 52cm width x 74cm length,
it is ideally suited for short runs from color printers and offset press.
The GBC 5031 TS laminating system is easily integrated in a commercial printing or in-house production environment and delivers top quality two-sided lamination. The GBC 5031 TS consists of three individual components: the 5031
TS Laminator, the 5031 Feeder and the 5031 Cutter. This streamlined solution effectively functions as an in-line finishing system with minimum manual
intervention. The laminator component of the GBC 5031 TS features a unique
dual heating system that incorporates both heat shoes and heated nip rollers,
enabling the strongest possible adhesion at the fastest speeds. Edge-slitters
are an added technical advantage to reduce post-process finishing. To further
improve workflow, the 5031 in-line feeder connects easily to the laminator for
precision sheet-feeding. The feeder incorporates a large deck and vacuum feed
head to accommodate a wide range of stock types and sizes. The stand-alone
5031 cutter completes the integrated solution by providing in-line leading and
trailing edge cuts. All the components in the GBC 5031 TS system are easily
controlled by a single operator.
The GBC 3052 laminating system is a compact and fully integrated machine
dedicated to the commercial print finishing market that operates at an extended
speed of up to 30m/min, covering a maximum working width of 52 x 74 cm. With
its ability to change stock, size and film rapidly, the GBC 3052 improves the efficiency on the production line and is a speedy, user-friendly and cost-effective
solution. The sheet-counter is a valuable feature that enables the user to pre-set
the machine to stop after laminating a pre-set number of sheets, therefore sav-
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ing waste and increasing productivity. The integrated slitting device eliminates
the need to change film rolls for every job and slits the roll according to the correct length. The GBC 3052 laminating system is well adapted for cost-effective
handling of smaller digital jobs with quick turn-around times. Suited for short
runs, the Delta range is able to rapidly change the stock size and film and offers
high quality performance.
Hot or cold lamination solutions for every application and level
At drupa 08, GBC will demonstrate the entry-level GBC 1064 WFt and the GBC
3064 WF for semi-professionals as well as show the new innovative films and
consumables for the wide format printing market.
The GBC 1064 WFt is a wide format cold laminator that delivers high performance, top-quality and cost-effective lamination solutions for the signage, photographic, copy shop and screen print market. It is ideally suited for print-for-pay
companies and service providers looking for an entry-level professional machine
that produces quality in-house lamination. In addition, with its extreme ease of
use, the GBC 1064 WFt is the perfect machine to use alongside wide format
inkjet printers as it affords greater control, saves time and offers beneficial cost
savings.
Offering superior lamination with virtually wave-free output, the professional thermal GBC 3046WF lamination system offers bi-directional operation and is able
to run thermal and cold finishing jobs consecutively for maximum productivity.
All GBC’s laminating systems are extremely modular and equipped with an Advanced Electrical Safety System to protect fingers while feeding the laminator
and are, therefore, the safest solutions on the market. As the demand for lamination continues to grow, GBC’s modular product range provides its customers
with a perfect solution while offering the company a reliable growth path.
GBC offers high-quality film solutions Unique and clever laminating solutions
enable printers to present compelling advantages to their customers. With
its luxurious finishes, the GBC Digital LAY-FLAT® film is the ideal digital ondemand laminating solution providing superior adhesion and flat output for
electro-photographic lamination prints. It allows for immediate lamination after printing and is therefore ideally suited for high-volume print shops requiring
fast turnaround times to meet customers’ demands. This adhesive film avoids
making additional prints to soak up the excess of accumulated fuser oil. After
years of testing, GBC Digital adhesives has developed an improved adhesive
technology and process that have resulted, in comparison to its closest competitors, in a 10% greater bond strength. Extensive testing has been carried
out on fresh prints including CMYK black, and at various lamination speeds and
temperatures on both entry-level and high-speed laminators. The GBC Digital
LAY-FLAT film is available in gloss and matt finish.
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The GBC’s Scuff-FreeTM film offers a unique combination of polypropylene and
an abrasion-resistant coating that protects and enhances the look of books,
packages and other printed materials. Its matt finish minimizes glare while preserving image color and provides a durable, scratch-resistant surface for protecting book covers, brochures and packaging applications. With its UV spot
coating, the Scuff-FreeTM film creates greater visual impact and the matt finish
creates a luxurious appearance that attracts the buyer’s attention and increases
the perceived value of the product.
prints. GBC’s range of wide laminators can be used to laminate large format
digital prints and photographic prints. The Octiva and Arctic range have been
developed to satisfy large format finishing needs.
GBC Accushield Clear is the perfect alternative to liquid coating GBC Accushield
Clear gloss/matt is an ultra-thin coating for single-sided lamination and uses a
dry-transfer coating process to protect and enhance banners, signs and digital
photographs. Designed to withstand high temperatures and UV light, it is ideally
suited for the long-term protection of outdoor graphics, PO displays and other
indoor applications. Accushield is compatible with thermal and solvent inkjet,
electrostatic transfer and screen printed material, providing professional quality
finishing. It is odourless, wrinkle-free and does not shrink to heat contact. Available in a Clear and Matt-version in widths of up to 1550mm, the new version of
Accushield is completely clear which avoids prints to fade or turn yellow and it
offers increased UV-resistance as well as solid durability for indoor and outdoor
use.
Press contact GBC Arnout Janssen Marketing Director GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Tel: +31-45 5357640 E-mail: arnout.janssen@gbcfilm.com
Website: http://www.gbcfilm.com
Giel Klinkers, Marketing & Sales Director GBC for Digital Print Finishing Solutions, comments: “We see a strong growth in the direct-to-substrate printing
market segment. With Accushield Clear we have the perfect offering to add
value to the image and mechanical protection to the print. With its increased
color density, our wide range of lamination systems offers superior and luxurious
finishes that allow the digital printing industry to gain a competitive advantage
by providing its clientele with unique and creative laminating capabilities.“
Düsseldorf (Germany), May 29, 2008 - GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions
Group, part of ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) and world market leader
in print finishing equipment and consumables, is exhibiting their range of thermal
laminating solutions for commercial, on-demand and wide-format finishing at
drupa 2008.
GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the American multinational Acco Brands Corporation,
specializes in manufacturing, marketing and distribution of thermal laminating
film and equipment. The company offers a wide range of quality films for laminating offset prints, such as book covers and luxury packaging, wide format
prints for indoor and outdoor usage, encapsulation applications etc.
GBC industrial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 metres per
minute up to 100 metres per minute, providing solutions for high-speed commercial lamination, offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commercial film
is made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat substrates, designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality. For ondemand lamination requirements, GBC also offers the equipment and matching
film. These small and medium format single-sided laminating units are available
with a selection of special films for digital prints and low to mid volume offset
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The GBC name and the GBC logo are registered trademarks of GBC Film Products Group. All other product and company names are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
For more information, please contact:
Giel Klinkers Marketing & Sales Director GBC for Digital Print Finishing Solutions
Tel: +31-45-5357676 E-mail: giel.klinkers@gbcfilm.com Website: http://www.gbcfilm.com
Public Relations Agency Duomedia Public Relations (Belgium) Lutt Willems Tel:
+32-2-4548557 E-mail: lutt.w@duomedia.com Website: http://www.duomedia.com
06/07/2008
GBC explores new frontiers in print finishing at drupa
2008, stand D05 - Hall 11
Explore! GBC’s new frontiers in print finishing at drupa 2008 With this year’s
drupa promising to be the biggest-ever in the fair’s history, GBC is planning a
memorable show. During live demonstrations, GBC will present their equipment
and consumables for a variety of printing processes and applications.
“Customers visiting drupa will be able to explore GBC’s new frontiers in print
finishing thanks to the company’s extensive range of laminating and finishing
solutions”, Arnout Janssen, Marketing Director of GBC Commercial Laminating
Solutions Europe explains. “In the industry we work for, speed is of the essence.
As the turn-around times remain under constant pressure, more and more printers are taking on the finishing process in-house. For finishers, the time pressure
is even higher. With lamination at the end of the production chain, they are investing in increasingly faster lamination equipment. At the same time, the digital
printers are looking for an end-to-end solution. GBC constantly strives to anticipate and find innovative solutions by adding value to meet the specific needs
of its customers in high-speed lamination. At drupa, GBC will introduce several
new products in the high-speed lamination range.”
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Mr. Janssen continues: “We noticed that the esthetics and functionality of
printed matter has become vitally important for specifiers of lamination films,
like designers and publishers. With its Scuff-Free™ and Lay-Flat® films, GBC
is able to offer the perfect solution to this trend. Last but not least, GBC has always taken environmental issues very seriously. This is the reason the company
has invested a lot of R&D resources in developing new eco-friendly laminating
solutions. As a supplier of innovative laminating and finishing solutions, the company is able to serve a very large audience by adding value and fulfilling a large
range of applications and requests.”
Explore! GBC’s New frontiers in print finishing at drupa At drupa, on June 2nd
at 11 am, GBC is making an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record to
achieve the fastest time for laminating 100 square metres of paper. The new
GBC 8500HS Cyclone laminating system and GBC High Bonding Strength film
- both debuting at drupa - will be put to the test in this first-ever laminating challenge.
The GBC 8500HS Cyclone is a commercial laminator designed for single-sided
lamination of high-volume print runs. Running at speeds up to 150 m (500 ft)
per minute, this system can cut production time by one-half or more without
sacrificing accuracy, control, and quality. Its generous 112 cm (44 in) width offers versatility and also lets users run prints landscape-wise, further increasing
productivity.
The new GBC 7580 Voyager, ideal for medium and high volume finishing of
book covers, folders, brochures and bags, runs at speeds up to 60 m (200 ft.)
per minute. A single operator can control all major functions from the system’s
user-friendly control panel. The GBC 7580 Voyager can accommodate sheet
sizes from 21.6 x 28 cm (8.5 x 11 in.) up to 81.2 x 102 cm (32 x 40 in.). It
runs GBC’s high speed commercial films including Digital Lay-Flat®, Lay-Flat®,
Scuff-Free™, Hi-Tac®, and AGS/GS.
The GBC 620os and GBC 5031TS laminating systems are dedicated to the digital Print-On-Demand market and are ”best-in-class” solutions for finishing onesided and double-sided narrow-format digital output.
The GBC 620os is a single-sided laminating system. As a highly cost-effective
entry-level unit with automated controls, it effectively combines sophisticated
technology with ease-of-operation and time-savings. The GBC 620os finishes a
wide range of applications such as book covers, dust jackets, as well as sheeted
gift cards, postcards and business cards. With a maximum speed of 15 m/minute
and a maximum sheet size of 52 cm width x 74 cm length, it is ideally suited for
short runs from color printers and offset presses.
The GBC 5031TS laminating system is easily integrated in a commercial printing
or in-house production environment and delivers top quality two-sided lamina-
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tion. The GBC 5031TS consists of three individual components: the 5031TS
Laminator, the 5031 Feeder and the 5031 Cutter. This streamlined solution
effectively functions as an in-line finishing system with minimum manual intervention. The laminator component of the GBC 5031TS features a unique dual
heating system that incorporates both heat shoes and heated nip rollers, enabling the strongest possible adhesion at the fastest speeds. Edge-slitters are
an added technical advantage to reduce post-process finishing. To further improve workflow, the 5031 in-line feeder connects easily to the laminator for precision sheet-feeding. The feeder incorporates a large deck and vacuum feed
head to accommodate a wide range of stock types and sizes. The standalone
5031 cutter completes the integrated solution by providing in-line leading and
trailing edge cuts. All the components in the GBC 5031TS system are easily
controlled by a single operator.
The GBC 3052 laminating system is a compact and fully integrated machine dedicated to the commercial print finishing market. It can operate at an extended
speed up to 30m/min while covering a maximum working width of 52 x 74 cm.
With its ability to change stock, size and film rapidly, the GBC 3052 improves
efficiency on the production line and is a speedy, user-friendly and cost-effective
solution. The sheet-counter is a valuable feature that enables the user to set the
machine to stop after laminating a pre-set number of sheets, therefore reducing
waste and increasing productivity. The integrated slitting device eliminates the
need to change film rolls for every job and slits the roll according to the correct
width. The GBC 3052 laminating system is well adapted for cost-effective handling of smaller digital jobs with quick turn-around times. Suited for short runs,
the GBC 3052 is able to rapidly accommodate changes in stock sizes and film
while offering high quality performance.
Hot or cold lamination solutions for every application and level At drupa 2008,
GBC will demonstrate the entry-level GBC Arctic 1064WFc and the GBC Falcon
3064WF for semi-professionals as well as new innovative films and consumables for the wide format printing market.
The GBC Arctic 1064WFc is a wide format cold laminator with a heat-assisted
top roller that delivers high performance and cost-effective lamination solutions
for the signage, photographic, copy shop and screen print market. It is ideally
suited for print-for-pay companies and service providers looking for an entrylevel professional machine to produce quality in-house lamination. In addition,
with its extreme ease of use, the GBC Arctic 1064WFc is the perfect machine to
use alongside wide format inkjet printers as it affords greater control and saves
time.
Offering superior lamination with virtually wave-free output, the professional thermal GBC Falcon 3046WF lamination system offers bi-directional operation and
is able to run thermal and cold finishing jobs consecutively for maximum produc-
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tivity.
applications, etc.
All of GBC’s wide format laminating systems are extremely modular and equipped
with an Advanced Electrical Safety System to protect fingers while feeding the
laminator and are, therefore, the safest solutions on the market.
GBC’s commercial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 metres
per minute up to 150 metres per minute while providing solutions for high-speed
commercial lamination and offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commercial film, made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat® substrates,
is designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality.
For on-demand lamination requirements, GBC offers small and medium format
single-sided laminating units available with a selection of special films for digital
prints and low to mid volume offset prints. GBC’s range of wide format laminators can be used to laminate large format digital prints and photographic prints.
GBC’s Octiva® and Arctic® lines of thermal and pressure-sensitive films have
been developed to satisfy wide format finishing needs.
GBC offers high-quality film solutions Unique and clever laminating solutions
enable printers to present compelling advantages to their customers. With its
luxurious finishes, GBC Digital LAY-FLAT® film is the ideal digital on-demand
laminating solution providing superior adhesion and flat output for electrophotographic prints. It allows for immediate lamination after printing and is therefore ideally suited for high-volume print shops requiring fast turnaround times
to meet customers’ demands. After years of testing, GBC has developed improved adhesion technology and processes that have resulted in a 10% greater
bond strength in comparison to its closest competitors. Extensive testing has
been carried out on fresh prints including CMYK black, and at various lamination speeds and temperatures on both entry-level and high-speed laminators.
GBC Digital LAY-FLAT film is available in gloss and matte finishes.
The GBC’s Scuff-FreeTM Matte film offers a unique combination of polypropylene and an abrasion-resistant coating that protects and enhances the look of
books, packages and other printed materials. Its matte finish minimizes glare
while preserving image color and providing a durable, scratch-resistant surface
to protect book covers, brochures and packaging applications. With its acceptance of UV spot coating, GBC Scuff-FreeTM Matte film can create an even
greater visual impact. The matte finish gives a luxurious appearance that attracts the buyer’s attention and increases the perceived value of the finished
product.
GBC Accushield® Clear is the perfect alternative to liquid coating GBC Accushield Clear is an ultra-thin coating for single-sided finishing. It uses a drytransfer coating process to protect and enhance banners, signs and digital photographs. Designed to withstand high temperatures and UV light, it is ideally
suited for the long-term protection of outdoor graphics, POP displays and other
indoor applications. Accushield is compatible with thermal and solvent inkjet,
electrostatic transfer and screen printed material, providing professional quality
finishing. It is odourless, wrinkle-free and does not shrink to heat contact. Available in clear and matte finishes in widths of up to 1550 mm, the new version of
Accushield is completely clear while helping prints resist fading and yellowing.
GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the American multinational ACCO Brands Corporation, specializes in manufacturing, marketing and distribution of thermal and
pressure-sensitive laminating film and equipment. The company offers a wide
range of quality films for laminating offset prints, such as book covers and luxury packaging, wide format prints for indoor and outdoor usage, encapsulation
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trademarks of their respective owners.
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GBC Introduces 7580 Voyager Laminator at drupa
2008, stand D05 - Hall 11
Düsseldorf (Germany), May 29, 2008 - GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions
Group, part of ACCO Brands Corporation (NYSE: ABD) and world market leader
in print finishing equipment and consumables , will introduce the new 7580 Voyager laminator at drupa 2008 in Dusseldorf, May 29 - June 11. This system,
ideal for medium and high volume finishing of book covers, folders, brochures
and bags, runs at speeds up to 60 m (200 ft.) per minute. A single operator can
control all major functions from the system’s user-friendly control panel.
With a state-of-the-art MABEG® feeder and a pneumatically controlled separator, the GBC 7580 Voyager moves sheets through the finishing process with precision and efficiency. The extra sturdy design of the GBC 7580 Voyager includes
thick, stabilizing side frames to accommodate the rigors of daily production. In
addition, the laminator features a 5.5 horsepower drive with a SEW Eurodrive
inverter to handle the heavy workloads of today’s professional finishers.
The 7580 Voyager can accommodate sheet sizes from 216 x 280 mm (8.5 x
11 in.) up to 812 x 1020 mm (32 x 40 in.). It runs GBC’s high speed commercial films including Digital Lay-Flat®, Lay-Flat®, Scuff-Free®, Hi-Tac®, and
AGS/GS. GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group GBC Commercial Laminating Solutions Group, a division of the American multinational ACCO Brands
Corporation, specializes in manufacturing, marketing and distribution of thermal
and pressure-sensitive laminating film and equipment. The company offers a
wide range of quality films for laminating offset prints, such as book covers and
luxury packaging, wide format prints for indoor and outdoor usage, encapsula-
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tion applications, etc.
GBC’s commercial laminating equipment operates at speeds from 20 metres
per minute up to 150 metres per minute while providing solutions for high-speed
commercial lamination and offering guaranteed quality output. GBC’s commercial film, made from polypropylene, polyester, acetate and Lay-Flat® substrates,
is designed to run at high speeds and deliver the highest available quality.
For on-demand lamination requirements, GBC offers small and medium format
single-sided laminating units available with a selection of special films for digital
prints and low to mid volume offset prints. GBC’s range of wide format laminators can be used to laminate large format digital prints and photographic prints.
GBC’s Octiva® and Arctic® lines of thermal and pressure-sensitive films have
been developed to satisfy wide format finishing needs.
The GBC name and the GBC logo are registered trademarks of GBC Film Products Group. All other product and company names are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
Product Overview
GBZ Mannheim GmbH + Co. KG
Address
Adam-Opel-Straße 7
67227 Frankenthal
Germany
Phone
+49-6233375470
Fax
+49-623337547600
Internet address
http://www.gb-z.de
E-Mail
t.corell@gb-z.de
Stand
Hall 14, A04 (Page 1250)
GBC Commercial Laminating Solution Group
03.1375
Laminating machines
04.1330
Laminating machines
04.1385
Varnish and lamination
05.1260
Laminated foils
05.1315
Metal films
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GBZ Mannheim GmbH + Co. KG
02.1060
Web guides
02.1075
Coatings
02.1290
Spare parts (gearboxes, couplings)
02.1315
Folders for web-fed presses
02.1375
Damping rollers
02.1510
Circular knives
02.1515
Compensating stackers
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Offset presses, web-fed
02.1655
Cross cutters
02.1715
Reel splicers
02.1735
Gleitsmann Security Inks GmbH
Address
Ederstraße 22
12059 Berlin
Germany
Rotary cutters
Phone
+49-3068249528
02.1865
Gravure presses, web-fed
Fax
+49-3068249511
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
Internet address
http://www.gsi-gmbh.com
03.1215
Wire stitchers
E-Mail
christine.ebers@gsi-gmbh.com
03.1377
Stapling machines
Stand
Hall 03, C68 (Page 1208)
03.1600
Cutting sticks
05.1505
Roller coverings
06.1075
Machine mounting
Product Overview
Product Details
05.1505
GBZ Mannheim GmbH + Co. KG
Gleitsmann Security Inks GmbH
05.1085
Printing inks
05.1090
Ink, Flexo Printing
05.1095
Ink, Offset Printing
05.1105
Ink, Gravur Printing
05.1130
Printer’s aids
05.1135
Printer’s varnishes
05.1185
Fountain solutions
05.1510
Roller washing and treatment solutions
Roller coverings
Cylinder
Rebuild with different rubber variants
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Gleitsmann Security Inks GmbH
!INKREDIBLE RAPIDA® – The fast-drying inks
contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • Perfect sub-surface drying •
Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Suitable for
perfecting • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 126472 • For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment
of the ink/water balance
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks with fast physical
drying properties for immediate turning and postprint finishing. These process
inks with duct-fresh formulation increase productivity.
APPLICATION The ideal series for users of high-density print products who demand exceedingly high standards not only with regard to contrast and crispness
of line, but also stacking characteristics in large print runs and rub resistance.
Product Details
05.1085
Printing inks
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very fast setting and outstanding stacking characteristics • Ideally suited to rapid turning • High fount solution tolerance • Good gloss
• Minimal powder spraying • Ideally suited to inline coating • Minimal startup
waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free printing with
Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for fast postprint finishing and frequent
job changes. This series offers maximum flexibility with regard to different sizes
of print run and format.
!INKREDIBLE RESISTA® – The rub-resistant inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing ink for excellent rub
resistance. These printing inks, available in both a duct-fresh and a fast-drying
variant, are formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Excellent rub resistance • Especially intensive, oxidative drying • Fast postprint finishing under high mechanical stress • Good gloss
• High fount solution tolerance • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in
the production run • Duct-fresh formulation suitable for perfecting • Chromaticity
points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free
printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for maximum mechanical stress and for
printers who work primarily with matt-coated/uncoated papers and card stocks,
with and without coating.
!NKREDIBLE IMPRESSION – The rub-resistant ink
speciality
!NKREDIBLE technology printing ink for excellent rub resistance. These printing
inks, available in duct-fresh variant, are formulated on the basis of renewable
raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very good rub resistance • High colour intensity • High
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!NKREDIBLE PERFEXION – The high-gloss ink speciality
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks for maximum gloss and intensive colour
reproduction. These printing inks with duct-fresh formulation are formulated on
the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Exceptionally high gloss • High colour intensity • High
contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • Excellent sub-surface drying •
Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Ideally suited to
perfecting • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2
• For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of
the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal series for users who demand exceedingly high standards of gloss, colour brilliance and contrast and who are also in no way prepared to make any compromise with respect to printing characteristics and suitability for perfecting.
!NKREDIBLE REFLECTA® – The high-gloss inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks for maximum
gloss and brilliant colour reproduction. These printing inks with duct-fresh formulation are formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Exceptionally high gloss and colour brilliance • High
fount solution tolerance • Ideally suited to perfecting presses • Good oxidative
drying • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple
alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water
balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for the highest standards of gloss.
!NKREDIBLE SURPRIZE – The fast-drying ink speciality
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These !NKREDIBLE technology printing inks have been specifically developed
for intensive colour reproduction. Low ink application combined with rapid physical drying properties enable superfast turning and postprint finishing even with
high stacks. This series has a duct-fresh formulation.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very fast setting and outstanding stacking characteristics • High contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • High colour
intensity • Ideally suited to inline coating and finishing • Very fast with good mechanical stability • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production
run • Minimal powder spraying • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO
2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely
fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION Printers who work in the high-density segment and with an enhanced colour space, and who demand very high levels of productivity through
frequent job changes, will find our SURPRIZE series to be the perfect ink to meet
their requirements.
ACRYLAC® GLOSS Fast-drying gloss coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: High gloss, good rub, blocking and wet-blocking resistance, fast
drying
ACRYLAC® PROTECTION Rub-resistant protective coating for paper and board
Characteristics in brief: Average gloss, very good rub and blocking resistance,
good wet-blocking resistance, average drying speed
ACRYLAC® SATIN Satin protective coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: Satin gloss, very good rub, blocking and wet-blocking resistance,
average drying
ACRYLAC® SEMI MATT Semi-matt protective coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: Semi-matt gloss, very good rub, blocking and wet-blocking
resistance, average to fast drying
ACRYLAC® MATT Matt protective coating for paper and board Characteristics in
brief: Uniform gloss effect, very good rub, blocking and wet-blocking resistance,
average to fast drying
ACRYLAC® EXTRA series– for specialist applications
!NKREDIBLE. The complete new colour generation
for sheet-fed
The !NKREDIBLE inks of the hubergroup set a new
standard in the printing-ink market for sheet-fed offset printing. Inks that already meet the standards and requirements of tomorrow. Incredible - but true!
!NKREDIBLE inks are based on a new vehicle system, combined with optimised
processing possibilities. This technology makes it possible to maintain a high
proportion of renewable raw materials and resource-friendly production. The
innovative formula facilitates improved flow characteristics, which result in optimum printability, handling and press performance. !NKREDIBLE inks satisfy the
high demands of state-of-the-art, high-speed presses: fast adjustment of a stable ink/water balance and stable production conditions with alcohol-free printing.
What’s more, you benefit from features that, when it comes to drying, gloss and
rub resistance properties, are far superior to what has been previously available.
The best thing to do is try out the new !NKREDIBLE inks on your own press right
now. And see for yourself what makes these inks so incredible.
ACRYLAC® – waterbased coatings for Sheet-fed offset
ACRYLAC® HIGH GLOSS High-gloss coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: Exceptionally high gloss and good blocking resistance, slow drying
ACRYLAC® PRODUCTIVITY Blocking-resistant, high-gloss coating for paper
and board Characteristics in brief: Exceptionally high gloss, very good rub and
blocking resistance, average drying speed
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ACRYLAC® EXTRA FOIL For optimum drying and blocking resistance on nonabsorbent substrates Characteristics in brief: This coating stands out thanks
to its extremely fast drying speed, on substrates such as foil and aluminiumvaporised paper, without crazing. The wet-blocking resistance and drying speed
are outstanding. The coating is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA PEARLESCENT Silver-white, glossy special-effect coating
for fine, pearlescent (mother-of-pearl) effects that catch the eye Characteristics
in brief: Protection and a special-effect finish for your prints in just a single pass.
The coating dries slowly and is suitable for single-sided printing. Many more
pearlescent effects and fast versions for double-sided printing are available on
request.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA ANTISLIP For antislip surfaces whilst also providing good
resistance and outstanding gloss Characteristics in brief: Specifically for folding
boxes and other print products that must not be too ”slippery” for postprint finishing. Its wet-blocking resistance and drying speed are very good. The coating
is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA GAME This specially developed playing card coating will
make you a winner Characteristics in brief: Playing cards finished with this coating have a pleasant, satiny feel to them and fan out easily and smoothly. Its
wet-blocking resistance and drying speed are very good. The coating is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA CALENDER Outstandingly suitable for subsequent calen-
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dering Characteristics in brief: With this coating and by calendering, you can
produce foil-like glossy surfaces. The coating possesses very good blocking
resistance with excellent calenderability.
time, carefully selected raw materials and state-of-the-art production equipment
ensure the products offer optimum printability, even on the very latest generation
of high-speed presses. That saves both time and money.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA PRIMER This special coating enables trouble-free finishing by means of film laminating and UV coating Characteristics in brief: Versatile
primer. Compared with conventional final coatings, this coating offers that EXTRA bit of adhesion and scratch resistance. Thanks to its optimised formula, the
coating is also suitable for downstream spot coating and double-sided printing.
Matt version available on request.
The ACRYLAC® product range – an overview:
ACRYLAC® EXTRA PRINT The brilliant, glossy solution when you don’t have
a coating unit Characteristics in brief: Low-odour and non-yellowing alternative
to printing coatings. The coating is suitable for single-sided printing only. Due
to the specific application characteristics of this coating, please observe the instructions given in Technical Information sheet 10.5.18. The Extra product for
specialist applications
ACRYLAC® EXTRA
ACRYLAC® EXTRA ANTI CURLING To make sure light-weight papers also stay
flat Characteristics in brief: A specially equipped gloss coating that results in far
less curling of critical substrates compared with conventional coatings. Very
good gloss, with average drying speed, for single-sided printing. Special versions for double-sided printing or matt variants available on request.
The ACRYLAC® PLUS coatings boast the highest possible standards in selected parameters such as high-gloss surface finishes, superfast drying or extreme rub resistance. These coatings are particularly suitable for prints with an
exceptionally high-quality requirement profile.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA HEAT RESISTANT For maximum heat resistance with good
gloss and excellent rub resistance Characteristics in brief: This coating stands
out thanks to its heat resistance properties up to 250°C (depending on the underlying conditions). Its wet-blocking resistance and drying speed are outstanding.
The coating is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® – Water-based Coating Systems
Any product designed to finish and protect your print products is only as good
as the final result it produces in practice. In the case of high-quality coatings,
the moment of truth comes on your printing press, for it’s here that these products show what they’re really capable of. Countless numbers of customers trust
in the ACRYLAC® range of coatings made by the hubergroup – one of the
world’s leading manufacturers of printing inks and coatings. Why? Because
the ACRYLAC® range has been developed in close cooperation with leading
printing houses located all round the globe. Developed in the pressroom for the
pressroom. This combined knowledge provides valuable stimuli for the experts
in our laboratories. Joint development work is leading to totally new and outstanding products: water-based coatings that are beyond compare with respect
to brilliance, surface and application characteristics. The hubergroup’s finely
tuned ACRYLAC® products result in a perfect synergy of printing and finishing,
in a high-quality print product that will greatly impress your clients. At the same
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ACRYLAC® The high-quality coatings of the ACRYLAC® range are ideally suited
to all standard sheet-fed offset applications. They stand out thanks to their very
good gloss and protective properties as well as their excellent printability – on
high-speed presses, too. One of the many different products from this range will
always offer you the right coating for a particular print job.
The coatings of the ACRYLAC® EXTRA series have been designed for special
applications and unusual print products. An extended range of coatings guarantees brilliant, glossy results even with highly complex print jobs.
ACRYLAC® PLUS
ACRYLAC® PLUS for special print applications
ACRYLAC® PLUS BRILLIANT For even greater gloss and brilliance Characteristics in brief: Excellent gloss development with very good rub resistance, slow
drying, good blocking resistance, suitable for single-sided printing only
ACRYLAC® PLUS HIGH PRODUCTIVITY For even greater gloss and productivity Characteristics in brief: Excellent gloss development with very good rub
resistance, average drying speed, good blocking resistance, suitable for singlesided printing only
ACRYLAC® PLUS HIGH PERFECTION For even greater gloss when doublesided printing Characteristics in brief: Excellent gloss development with very
good rub resistance, high blocking and wet-blocking resistance, fast drying, suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® PLUS SECURE For even greater wet-blocking resistance and stackability Characteristics in brief: Very fast drying, excellent blocking and wet-blocking
resistance, ideally suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® PLUS SATIN DELUXE For even greater rub resistance with a fine,
satin finish Characteristics in brief: Very good wet-blocking and rub resistance,
fine, satin finish, fast drying, suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® PLUS SEMI MATT For even greater neutrality and rub resistance
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Characteristics in brief: Very good wet-blocking and rub resistance, fast drying,
suitable for double-sided printing, very neutral gloss for effective and inconspicuous protection
ACRYLAC® PLUS MATT For an even better matt effect and printability Characteristics in brief: Uniform and minimally structured matt effect on thick ink films,
too, average to fast drying, suitable for double-sided printing
Web offset heatset inks: !NKREDIBLE RVOLUTION
Any technology is only as good as the results it produces in the field. In the case of printing inks, the moment of truth comes on the printing press. For it’s here that the ink shows what
it’s really capable of. During the course of a development period covering many
years, countless tests and a global exchange of knowledge, the hubergroup
has succeeded in achieving a level of quality never seen before in printing inks.
!NKREDIBLE printing inks are based on a new type of hard resin with optimised
surface characteristics, which has been developed in our own laboratories. In
conjunction with optimised production technology, we have managed to produce
inks that are beyond compare with respect to printing stability, colour brilliance
and contrast.
!NKREDIBLE REVOLUTION – this ink series runs and runs and runs and runs
and runs and runs and runs ... Speed and productivity are two of the most important factors in web offset heatset. The !NKREDIBLE REVOLUTION ink series
stands out thanks mainly to its revolutionary stability in the production run and
the excellent drying characteristics at maximum web speeds. This leads among
other things to extended washing intervals and saves paper and time, too; factors that contribute greatly to increased productivity and lower costs. The heatset
ink series based on !NKREDIBLE technology that satisfies all the requirements
of the very latest high-speed presses. Perfect printability, a high degree of gloss
in combination with colour-intensive, pure hues and ideal trapping characteristics guarantee optimum print results with maximum productivity in all situations.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES Typical properties ONPRESS: • Optimum ink transfer
in the inking unit • Maximum stability during the production run • Longer production times and extended washing intervals with sensitive substrates • Minimal
washout • Excellent drying characteristics at maximum web speeds • Minimal
startup waste thanks to an improved ink/water balance • Very good low misting
properties • For simple alcohol-free printing with REDUFIX®
Typical properties POSTPRESS: • Fantastic gloss • High dot definition • High
contrast and optimised ink trapping • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN
ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 APPLICATION The ideal series for users who demand
exceedingly high standards of gloss, colour brilliance and contrast and who are
also in no way prepared to make any compromise with respect to speed and
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productivity.
TACK VARIANTS The REVOLUTION ink series is available in three tack variants: H = High Tack High tack for LWC papers M = Medium Tack Medium tack
for SC stocks L = Low Tack Low tack for newsprint
ECONOMIC ADVANTAGES More stable production run / reduced down time
Excellent drying / higher web speed Minimal startup waste / paper cost savings
Extended washing intervals / paper cost savings = higher productivity / lower
costs!
REVOLUTION auxiliaries
Printing inks are team players and need – depending on the circumstances and
requirements – auxiliaries. Don’t take any risks with regards to compatibility and
quality. Be sure you use the following products and nothing else:
FOUNT CONCENTRATES • REDUFIX® for standard printing
• REDUFIX® AF for reduced-alcohol and alcohol-free printing
COATINGS • ACRYLAC® water-based emulsion coatings for glossy, matt-satin
and matt effects
• PRINTLAC® oil-based varnishes for glossy, matt-satin and matt effects
HYDRO-X: waterbased printing
The new HYDRO-X ink system enables you to fulfil every
wish your customer may have concerning packaging. Depending on the task at hand and the substrate, you can produce any result you want by selecting the right extender: this
can be a high-gloss finish on coated papers, a sophisticated
design in pre-print or flawless printing on extreme absorbent
materials – fast, reliable and in perfect quality. Value for your
money. While also complying with the special requirements
of the food and drug industry HYDRO-X produces print results that will impress
your customers in every respect. Our new HYDRO-X system is a complete package that offers precisely the right solutions for your particular needs. We set the
industry standards when it comes to individuality, dependability and support.
Our HYDRO-X range at a glance:
HYDROWELL (PRE and POST) The series for all pre-printing and post-printing
of corrugated board
HYDROBAG For the diverse requirements ranging from ordinary paper sacks
to high-quality paper bags.
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HYDROTOP Our top product for highquality packaging, which also meets the
stringent conditions of the food and drug industry.
HYDROLAC Encompasses the entire variety of overprint coatings, e.g. highgloss coatings matt coatings special-effect coatings functional coatings
HYDRO-XTRA Gold and silver inks Metallic inks Special-effect inks
HYDRO-LOVE Covers all of our services and assists you to bring out the best
in your prints.
MGA – Printing inks for Food packaging
The hubergroup’s MGA series is the world’s first lowmigration ink system for producing food-friendly food
packaging. MGA inks and varnishes are organoleptically neutral and contain only substances that are nontoxic, non-hazardous and harmless, and even these in
concentrations that fall way below the statutory limits set!! The MGA system
means manufacturers of foodstuffs are already ideally equipped to meet future
legal requirements for consumer protection right now. MGA-CORONA®–inks •
are low- migration, low-odour and low-swelling inks • constitute a system has
been granted a European patent (European Patent No. 0 886 671) • contain
vehicles based on renewable raw materials
• dry purely through absorption on absorbent substrates, such as folding
boxboard, and must be varnished inline with MGA-ACRYLAC® dispersion
varnish • contain pigments that meet the requirements of EU Resolution AP
(89)1/EC
• are available as a PANTONE® and CRS mixing system
MGA-ACRYLAC® Dispersion varnishes •special selected raw materials • developed for varnishing MGA®-inks • separate contamination free production
MGA®-Silver New: • low-migration, low-odour due to special selected raw materials • processing from the offset unit without difficulties • available as twocomponent ink • Application Instruction see: technical information Advantages
for you: • In many cases, there is no need for additional functional barriers,
such as coating of the inside or inner bags (secondary packaging) •The folding box can be used as primary packaging, i.e. as single-material packaging
• Folding boxes printed with MGA-CORONA® inks and varnished inline with
MGA-ACRYLAC® dispersion varnish are deemed safe packaging in terms of
foodstuff regulations
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NewV brid – Hybrid ink system for the offset process
Choose NewV brid and you’ll be able to make the very
most of all the opportunities and benefits the hybrid process has to offer. Be it posters, postcards or other highgloss print products, the print result will impress both you
and your clients. For this UV hybrid ink is impressive in
a whole range of ways. In addition to its radiant gloss,
NewV brid boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and
a high level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given
by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Conventional sheet-fed offset • Continuous
forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • High gloss • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing •
High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water balance • Suitable for laser printing applications • Minimal swelling of rollers and the blanket •
Suitable for achieving special effects and finishes
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Thermal
papers* • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed
material** • Top-coated grades of board**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of atleast 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
NewV CRS: the UV ink mixing system for spot colours
NewV CRS, the software for mixing inks, offers printshops a flexible UV ink mixing system with a multitude of genuine advantages. It lets you make up any
spot colour you want – with optimised fastness properties – reliably, precisely
and reproducibly at any time. CRS is available for the following products: set,
pack, MGA, brid, poly and label.
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NewV fix – Fount concentrates for UV/Hybrid printing
to beginning the print run.
A stable ink/water balance is of crucial importance to the
success of the UV/Hybrid printing process. NewV fix is a
fount concentrate that has been perfectly matched to the
requirements of the NewV product family. A high-quality
additive, it enables perfect results to be produced both
on absorbent (paper/board) and non-absorbent surfaces
(plastic/metal).
NewV label – UV letterpress inks for label printing
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset •
Continuous forms
Special properties: • Formation of a stable and thin film of fount solution through
careful reduction of the surface tension • Fast plate runoff • Formation of a stable ink/water emulsion • Good protection of the printing plates • IPA reduction •
Accredited as non-corrosive in accordance with current rules
If it’s champagne labels, beer labels or other comparable
products you want to print in the letterpress process, you’ll
find the hubergroup’s NewV label ink a highly convincing speciality ink formulated specifically for label printing.
This UV letterpress ink for use on absorbent and nonabsorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of
ways. NewV label stands out thanks to optimum adhesion, intensive, rich colours and fast curing. And it goes
without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance
given by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Letterpress
Suitable substrates: • For absorbent stocks (paper, board) • For non-absorbent
stocks (plastics, metals)
Special properties: • Good adhesion on non-absorbent surfaces • High colour
intensity • Fast, immediate curing • Suitability for hot foil stamping, laminating
and thermotransfer
NewV flex – UV flexo inks for absorbent and nonabsorbent su
Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP (corona or gas flame)
or preprimed material** • Coated and uncoated papers • Thermal papers* •
Aluminium-vaporised paper** • Aluminium foils**
If it’s labels, shrink sleeves or other comparable products
you want to print in the flexo process, you’ll fi nd the hubergroup’s NewV flex to be an ink that leaves nothing to
be desired. This UV flexo ink for use on absorbent and
non-absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of ways. In addition to low odour values, NewV flex
boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and optimum
fl ow properties. And it goes without saying that it offers
you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of
the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Flexo Special properties: • Low odour • High
colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent fl ow properties • Excellent
resistance • ITX-free formula Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP
(corona or gas fl ame) or preprimed material** • Papers and card stocks • Thermal papers* • Aluminium-vaporised paper** • NC-varnished aluminium foils**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
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* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
NewV lac – UV varnishes for offset, flexo and varnishing mac
If you want to finish your print products with high-quality
UV varnish effects, there’s now an outstanding range of
products that has been specifically formulated for a large
number of varnishing techniques, right through to Iriodin®
effects: it’s called NewV lac. These UV varnishes for use
on absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces are impressive in a whole range of ways. In addition to attractive
gloss/matt effects, NewV lac boasts good flow properties, fast curing and pleasantly low odour values. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
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Printing processes with UV curing: • Inline finishing: using the varnishing, printing or dampening system • Offline finishing: using a varnishing machine
Special properties: • Gloss/matt effects possible • Iriodin® effects possible •
Good flow properties • Low odour • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent chemical/mechanical resistance • Good adhesion • Low yellowing • Hot-foil stampable
Suitable substrates: • Papers and card stocks • Non-absorbent substrates*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m
in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and differentsubstrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
NewV pack – UV ink system for the packaging process
When it comes to secondary packaging for the food and
cosmetics sectors, purity of colour and high colour intensity are an absolute must. This is why the hubergroup
has now developed a truly reliable solution: NewV pack.
In addition to low odour values, this UV offset ink for absorbent surfaces impresses with intensive, rich colours,
fast curing and a high level of fount solution tolerance.
And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
NewV MGA – UV system for food packaging process
(under devel
Food packaging must not contain any substances that
could be transferred to the contents in quantities that exceed the legal limits. This is why the hubergroup has
now developed a truly reliable solution: NewV MGA (under developoement). In addition to low migration and
odour values, this UV offset ink for absorbent surfaces
impresses with intensive, rich colours, fast curing and a
high level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers
you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of
the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress • Finishing
Special properties: • Low migration • Low odour • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance
Product range MGA: • Ink • Varnish • Fount concentrate
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed material* •
Top-coated grades of board*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Special properties: • Low-odour formulation • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance • ITX-free formula
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed material* •
Top-coated grades of board*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
NewV poly – UV offset inks for printing on films
Cosmetics/spirits packaging, lenticular displays, bank
and plastic cards and other print products made on nonabsorbent substrates can now be produced reliably and
in top quality with NewV poly. This UV offset ink for use
on non-absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of ways. In addition to its optimum adhesion, NewV
poly boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and a high
level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all
the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • Excellent adhesion on non-absorbent surfaces • High
colour intensity • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
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balance • ITX-free formula • Suitability for hot foil stamping and laminating
NewV sup – Auxiliaries for UV printing
Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP (corona or gas flame) or
preprimed material* • Aluminium-vaporised paper and board* • Aluminium foils*
NewV sup offers you a high-quality range of auxiliaries
for optimising your UV printing process. Use the additive designed for your particular application to adjust the
picking characteristics, surface slip properties, flow properties and curing characteristics of your inks. NewV sup
is perfectly matched to the requirements of the NewV
product family and therefore an indispensable aid in the
everyday working life of a printer.
We recommend application of a UV varnish in order to provide effective protection of the print image.
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
NewV set – UV ink system for the offset process
Printing processes with UV curing: • Conventional sheet-fed offset • Continuous
forms • Letterpress • Flexo
Available for the entire NewV range
If it’s protective jackets for books or a huge range of different types of commercial work you want to print, you
can choose no better a product than NewV set. When
the crucial criteria for production is the printing speed,
such as in continuous-form or direct-mail production,
NewV set reveals its true strengths. This UV offset ink
for use on absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole
manner of ways. In addition to intensive, rich colours,
NewV set boasts fast curing, a high level of fount solution tolerance and quick
adjustment of the ink/water balance. And it goes without saying that it offers you
the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the
NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount
solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water balance • Suitable for laser
printing applications
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Thermal
papers* • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed
material** • Top-coated grades of board**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
Special properties: • Optimises the picking characteristics (for tack reduction) •
Decreases friction (for better surface slip) • Optimises flow properties • Speeds
up curing • Increases rub resistance • Improves scratch resistance
NewV – The new generation of UV-inks from the hubergroup
Come and meet the new ink generation. It’s genuinely
impressive: NewV from the hubergroup. A unique family
of UV inks that offers a multitude of advantages: fresh,
intensive colours, excellent flow properties, consistently
high quality – you name it … At the same time, NewV
is suitable for use with a multitude of different substrates
and printing processes, from offset, letterpress and flexo
through to hybrid printing. At last, there’s now a single product series on the
market that let’s you master almost all UV jobs: the hubergroup’s NewV series.
The complete programme at a glance
The following table and list provide an overview of the entire NewV ink system
right through to NewV CRS, the ink mixing system for spot colours. And, of
course, the UV inks are complemented by fount concentrates, auxiliaries and
UV varnishes that are perfectly matched to the respective printing process and
the different substrates. The table below provides an overview of the entire UV
ink system at a glance.
NewV set UV offset inks for paper and board
NewV pack, MGA Special UV offset inks for sensitive product packaging
NewV brid High-gloss hybrid inks for printing in the hybrid process
NewV poly UV offset inks for printing on films
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Bond-Top – for standard lamination applications. For printing on PE, OPP and
chemically treated PET and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP and
paper.
NewV label UV letterpress inks for printing labels
NewV flex UV flexo inks for absorbent and non-absorbent substrates
NewV lac UV varnishes for offset and flexo presses and varnishing machines
for finishing and special effects
Bond-Star – universal application. For printing on corona- or chemically treated
PET, OPA, PE and OPP and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP or
PET, aluminium/PE and paper.
NewV fix Fount concentrates for UV printing
Gecko® Lacquers, varnishes and special products
NewV sup UV auxiliaries for print optimisation
Printing inks are team players and require – depending on the circumstances and
requirements – supplementary products. Don’t take any risks when it comes to
compatibility and quality if you can get the lot from one and the same manufacturer who is renowned for his all-inclusive system solutions and appreciated all
round the world for the teamwork he offers.
NewV CRS: the UV ink mixing system for spot colours
Packaging Printing – solvent-based: The Gecko®-System
To be capable of satisfying an unbelievably wide range of
customer demands quickly and perfectly and at the same
time be easy to use – these are the absolute minimum requirements for a modern ink system for solvent-based packaging printing and you should no longer put up with any less.
Thanks to its simple formulation method, our new, modular
Gecko® system guarantees maximum production reliability
and leads quickly and efficiently to solutions to the most diverse of tasks.
Lacquers and varnishes e.g. • overprint lacquers • High-Gloss lacquers • 2 Component lacquers • COF Lacquers • Dispersions varnishes
Special whites • Single Component White (e.g. for bread sterilisation) • two
component white • whites for increased half-tone quality
Metallic and special effect inks • Metallic inks based on NC, acrylate and PVB •
Special effect lacquers and inks
Additives • Additives for adjusting print properties
The Gecko®-System at a glance:
Primer e.g. • for treatment of aluminium foils or metallised substrates
Gecko® Base NC-based concentrates High-intensity pigment concentrates with
a wide range of colour shades and fastness properties. Ideal for use in in-house
mixing stations.
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HYDRO-X: waterbased printing
For surface printing:
For lamination:
The new HYDRO-X ink system enables you to fulfil every
wish your customer may have concerning packaging. Depending on the task at hand and the substrate, you can produce any result you want by selecting the right extender: this
can be a high-gloss finish on coated papers, a sophisticated
design in pre-print or flawless printing on extreme absorbent
materials – fast, reliable and in perfect quality. Value for your
money. While also complying with the special requirements
of the food and drug industry HYDRO-X produces print results that will impress
your customers in every respect. Our new HYDRO-X system is a complete package that offers precisely the right solutions for your particular needs. We set the
industry standards when it comes to individuality, dependability and support.
Gecko® Bond for lamination with very different combinations and conditions.
Suitable for solvent-based and solvent-free laminating adhesives.
Our HYDRO-X range at a glance:
Gecko® Frontal
Frontal-Plus – for printing on aluminium or paper
Frontal-Eco – for standard applications on films with good surface adhesion and
rub resistance
Frontal-Uni – for universal application when demands with respect to scratch
resistance and other mechanical properties are exceedingly high
Gecko® Zoom Solutions for shrink foils and applications (PE, PVC, PET, OPS)
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HYDROWELL (PRE and POST) The series for all pre-printing and post-printing
of corrugated board
NewV lac – UV varnishes for offset, flexo and varnishing mac
HYDROBAG For the diverse requirements ranging from ordinary paper sacks
to high-quality paper bags.
If you want to finish your print products with high-quality
UV varnish effects, there’s now an outstanding range of
products that has been specifically formulated for a large
number of varnishing techniques, right through to Iriodin®
effects: it’s called NewV lac. These UV varnishes for use
on absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces are impressive in a whole range of ways. In addition to attractive
gloss/matt effects, NewV lac boasts good flow properties, fast curing and pleasantly low odour values. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
HYDROTOP Our top product for highquality packaging, which also meets the
stringent conditions of the food and drug industry.
HYDROLAC Encompasses the entire variety of overprint coatings, e.g. highgloss coatings matt coatings special-effect coatings functional coatings
HYDRO-XTRA Gold and silver inks Metallic inks Special-effect inks
HYDRO-LOVE Covers all of our services and assists you to bring out the best
in your prints.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Inline finishing: using the varnishing, printing or dampening system • Offline finishing: using a varnishing machine
NewV flex – UV flexo inks for absorbent and nonabsorbent su
If it’s labels, shrink sleeves or other comparable products
you want to print in the flexo process, you’ll fi nd the hubergroup’s NewV flex to be an ink that leaves nothing to
be desired. This UV flexo ink for use on absorbent and
non-absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of ways. In addition to low odour values, NewV flex
boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and optimum
fl ow properties. And it goes without saying that it offers
you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of
the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Flexo Special properties: • Low odour • High
colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent fl ow properties • Excellent
resistance • ITX-free formula Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP
(corona or gas fl ame) or preprimed material** • Papers and card stocks • Thermal papers* • Aluminium-vaporised paper** • NC-varnished aluminium foils**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
Special properties: • Gloss/matt effects possible • Iriodin® effects possible •
Good flow properties • Low odour • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent chemical/mechanical resistance • Good adhesion • Low yellowing • Hot-foil stampable
Suitable substrates: • Papers and card stocks • Non-absorbent substrates*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m
in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and differentsubstrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Packaging Printing – solvent-based: The Gecko®-System
To be capable of satisfying an unbelievably wide range of
customer demands quickly and perfectly and at the same
time be easy to use – these are the absolute minimum requirements for a modern ink system for solvent-based packaging printing and you should no longer put up with any less.
Thanks to its simple formulation method, our new, modular
Gecko® system guarantees maximum production reliability
and leads quickly and efficiently to solutions to the most diverse of tasks.
The Gecko®-System at a glance:
Gecko® Base NC-based concentrates High-intensity pigment concentrates with
a wide range of colour shades and fastness properties. Ideal for use in in-house
mixing stations.
For surface printing:
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drying properties for immediate turning and postprint finishing. These process
inks with duct-fresh formulation increase productivity.
Gecko® Frontal
Frontal-Plus – for printing on aluminium or paper
Frontal-Eco – for standard applications on films with good surface adhesion and
rub resistance
Frontal-Uni – for universal application when demands with respect to scratch
resistance and other mechanical properties are exceedingly high
Gecko® Zoom Solutions for shrink foils and applications (PE, PVC, PET, OPS)
For lamination:
Gecko® Bond for lamination with very different combinations and conditions.
Suitable for solvent-based and solvent-free laminating adhesives.
Bond-Top – for standard lamination applications. For printing on PE, OPP and
chemically treated PET and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP and
paper.
Bond-Star – universal application. For printing on corona- or chemically treated
PET, OPA, PE and OPP and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP or
PET, aluminium/PE and paper.
Gecko® Lacquers, varnishes and special products
Printing inks are team players and require – depending on the circumstances and
requirements – supplementary products. Don’t take any risks when it comes to
compatibility and quality if you can get the lot from one and the same manufacturer who is renowned for his all-inclusive system solutions and appreciated all
round the world for the teamwork he offers.
Lacquers and varnishes e.g. • overprint lacquers • High-Gloss lacquers • 2 Component lacquers • COF Lacquers • Dispersions varnishes
Special whites • Single Component White (e.g. for bread sterilisation) • two
component white • whites for increased half-tone quality
Metallic and special effect inks • Metallic inks based on NC, acrylate and PVB •
Special effect lacquers and inks
Primer e.g. • for treatment of aluminium foils or metallised substrates
Ink, Offset Printing
!INKREDIBLE RAPIDA® – The fast-drying inks
!INKREDIBLE RESISTA® – The rub-resistant inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing ink for excellent rub
resistance. These printing inks, available in both a duct-fresh and a fast-drying
variant, are formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Excellent rub resistance • Especially intensive, oxidative drying • Fast postprint finishing under high mechanical stress • Good gloss
• High fount solution tolerance • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in
the production run • Duct-fresh formulation suitable for perfecting • Chromaticity
points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free
printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for maximum mechanical stress and for
printers who work primarily with matt-coated/uncoated papers and card stocks,
with and without coating.
!NKREDIBLE IMPRESSION – The rub-resistant ink
speciality
!NKREDIBLE technology printing ink for excellent rub resistance. These printing
inks, available in duct-fresh variant, are formulated on the basis of renewable
raw materials.
APPLICATION The ideal series for users of high-density print products who de-
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks with fast physical
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APPLICATION The ideal process series for fast postprint finishing and frequent
job changes. This series offers maximum flexibility with regard to different sizes
of print run and format.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very good rub resistance • High colour intensity • High
contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • Perfect sub-surface drying •
Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Suitable for
perfecting • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 126472 • For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment
of the ink/water balance
Additives • Additives for adjusting print properties
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SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very fast setting and outstanding stacking characteristics • Ideally suited to rapid turning • High fount solution tolerance • Good gloss
• Minimal powder spraying • Ideally suited to inline coating • Minimal startup
waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free printing with
Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
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mand exceedingly high standards not only with regard to contrast and crispness
of line, but also stacking characteristics in large print runs and rub resistance.
!NKREDIBLE PERFEXION – The high-gloss ink speciality
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks for maximum gloss and intensive colour
reproduction. These printing inks with duct-fresh formulation are formulated on
the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Exceptionally high gloss • High colour intensity • High
contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • Excellent sub-surface drying •
Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Ideally suited to
perfecting • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2
• For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of
the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal series for users who demand exceedingly high standards of gloss, colour brilliance and contrast and who are also in no way prepared to make any compromise with respect to printing characteristics and suitability for perfecting.
!NKREDIBLE REFLECTA® – The high-gloss inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks for maximum
gloss and brilliant colour reproduction. These printing inks with duct-fresh formulation are formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Exceptionally high gloss and colour brilliance • High
fount solution tolerance • Ideally suited to perfecting presses • Good oxidative
drying • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple
alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water
balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for the highest standards of gloss.
!NKREDIBLE SURPRIZE – The fast-drying ink speciality
These !NKREDIBLE technology printing inks have been specifically developed
for intensive colour reproduction. Low ink application combined with rapid physical drying properties enable superfast turning and postprint finishing even with
high stacks. This series has a duct-fresh formulation.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very fast setting and outstanding stacking charac-
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teristics • High contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • High colour
intensity • Ideally suited to inline coating and finishing • Very fast with good mechanical stability • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production
run • Minimal powder spraying • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO
2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely
fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION Printers who work in the high-density segment and with an enhanced colour space, and who demand very high levels of productivity through
frequent job changes, will find our SURPRIZE series to be the perfect ink to meet
their requirements.
!NKREDIBLE. The complete new colour generation
for sheet-fed
The !NKREDIBLE inks of the hubergroup set a new
standard in the printing-ink market for sheet-fed offset printing. Inks that already meet the standards and requirements of tomorrow. Incredible - but true!
!NKREDIBLE inks are based on a new vehicle system, combined with optimised
processing possibilities. This technology makes it possible to maintain a high
proportion of renewable raw materials and resource-friendly production. The
innovative formula facilitates improved flow characteristics, which result in optimum printability, handling and press performance. !NKREDIBLE inks satisfy the
high demands of state-of-the-art, high-speed presses: fast adjustment of a stable ink/water balance and stable production conditions with alcohol-free printing.
What’s more, you benefit from features that, when it comes to drying, gloss and
rub resistance properties, are far superior to what has been previously available.
The best thing to do is try out the new !NKREDIBLE inks on your own press right
now. And see for yourself what makes these inks so incredible.
MGA – Printing inks for Food packaging
The hubergroup’s MGA series is the world’s first lowmigration ink system for producing food-friendly food
packaging. MGA inks and varnishes are organoleptically neutral and contain only substances that are nontoxic, non-hazardous and harmless, and even these in
concentrations that fall way below the statutory limits set!! The MGA system
means manufacturers of foodstuffs are already ideally equipped to meet future
legal requirements for consumer protection right now. MGA-CORONA®–inks •
are low- migration, low-odour and low-swelling inks • constitute a system has
been granted a European patent (European Patent No. 0 886 671) • contain
vehicles based on renewable raw materials
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• dry purely through absorption on absorbent substrates, such as folding
boxboard, and must be varnished inline with MGA-ACRYLAC® dispersion
varnish • contain pigments that meet the requirements of EU Resolution AP
(89)1/EC
• are available as a PANTONE® and CRS mixing system
MGA-ACRYLAC® Dispersion varnishes •special selected raw materials • developed for varnishing MGA®-inks • separate contamination free production
MGA®-Silver New: • low-migration, low-odour due to special selected raw materials • processing from the offset unit without difficulties • available as twocomponent ink • Application Instruction see: technical information Advantages
for you: • In many cases, there is no need for additional functional barriers,
such as coating of the inside or inner bags (secondary packaging) •The folding box can be used as primary packaging, i.e. as single-material packaging
• Folding boxes printed with MGA-CORONA® inks and varnished inline with
MGA-ACRYLAC® dispersion varnish are deemed safe packaging in terms of
foodstuff regulations
NewV brid – Hybrid ink system for the offset process
Choose NewV brid and you’ll be able to make the very
most of all the opportunities and benefits the hybrid process has to offer. Be it posters, postcards or other highgloss print products, the print result will impress both you
and your clients. For this UV hybrid ink is impressive in
a whole range of ways. In addition to its radiant gloss,
NewV brid boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and
a high level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given
by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Conventional sheet-fed offset • Continuous
forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • High gloss • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing •
High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water balance • Suitable for laser printing applications • Minimal swelling of rollers and the blanket •
Suitable for achieving special effects and finishes
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Thermal
papers* • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed
material** • Top-coated grades of board**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
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out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of atleast 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
NewV lac – UV varnishes for offset, flexo and varnishing mac
If you want to finish your print products with high-quality
UV varnish effects, there’s now an outstanding range of
products that has been specifically formulated for a large
number of varnishing techniques, right through to Iriodin®
effects: it’s called NewV lac. These UV varnishes for use
on absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces are impressive in a whole range of ways. In addition to attractive
gloss/matt effects, NewV lac boasts good flow properties, fast curing and pleasantly low odour values. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Inline finishing: using the varnishing, printing or dampening system • Offline finishing: using a varnishing machine
Special properties: • Gloss/matt effects possible • Iriodin® effects possible •
Good flow properties • Low odour • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent chemical/mechanical resistance • Good adhesion • Low yellowing • Hot-foil stampable
Suitable substrates: • Papers and card stocks • Non-absorbent substrates*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m
in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and differentsubstrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
NewV MGA – UV system for food packaging process
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Food packaging must not contain any substances that
could be transferred to the contents in quantities that exceed the legal limits. This is why the hubergroup has
now developed a truly reliable solution: NewV MGA (under developoement). In addition to low migration and
odour values, this UV offset ink for absorbent surfaces
impresses with intensive, rich colours, fast curing and a
high level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers
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you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of
the NewV family.
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress • Finishing
NewV poly – UV offset inks for printing on films
Special properties: • Low migration • Low odour • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance
Product range MGA: • Ink • Varnish • Fount concentrate
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed material* •
Top-coated grades of board*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • Excellent adhesion on non-absorbent surfaces • High
colour intensity • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance • ITX-free formula • Suitability for hot foil stamping and laminating
NewV pack – UV ink system for the packaging process
When it comes to secondary packaging for the food and
cosmetics sectors, purity of colour and high colour intensity are an absolute must. This is why the hubergroup
has now developed a truly reliable solution: NewV pack.
In addition to low odour values, this UV offset ink for absorbent surfaces impresses with intensive, rich colours,
fast curing and a high level of fount solution tolerance.
And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • Low-odour formulation • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance • ITX-free formula
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed material* •
Top-coated grades of board*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
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and plastic cards and other print products made on nonabsorbent substrates can now be produced reliably and
in top quality with NewV poly. This UV offset ink for use
on non-absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of ways. In addition to its optimum adhesion, NewV
poly boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and a high
level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all
the products of the NewV family.
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Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP (corona or gas flame) or
preprimed material* • Aluminium-vaporised paper and board* • Aluminium foils*
We recommend application of a UV varnish in order to provide effective protection of the print image.
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
NewV set – UV ink system for the offset process
If it’s protective jackets for books or a huge range of different types of commercial work you want to print, you
can choose no better a product than NewV set. When
the crucial criteria for production is the printing speed,
such as in continuous-form or direct-mail production,
NewV set reveals its true strengths. This UV offset ink
for use on absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole
manner of ways. In addition to intensive, rich colours,
NewV set boasts fast curing, a high level of fount solution tolerance and quick
adjustment of the ink/water balance. And it goes without saying that it offers you
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the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the
NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount
solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water balance • Suitable for laser
printing applications
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Thermal
papers* • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed
material** • Top-coated grades of board**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
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rub resistance
Frontal-Uni – for universal application when demands with respect to scratch
resistance and other mechanical properties are exceedingly high
Gecko® Zoom Solutions for shrink foils and applications (PE, PVC, PET, OPS)
For lamination:
Gecko® Bond for lamination with very different combinations and conditions.
Suitable for solvent-based and solvent-free laminating adhesives.
Bond-Top – for standard lamination applications. For printing on PE, OPP and
chemically treated PET and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP and
paper.
Bond-Star – universal application. For printing on corona- or chemically treated
PET, OPA, PE and OPP and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP or
PET, aluminium/PE and paper.
Gecko® Lacquers, varnishes and special products
Printing inks are team players and require – depending on the circumstances and
requirements – supplementary products. Don’t take any risks when it comes to
compatibility and quality if you can get the lot from one and the same manufacturer who is renowned for his all-inclusive system solutions and appreciated all
round the world for the teamwork he offers.
Ink, Gravur Printing
Packaging Printing – solvent-based: The Gecko®-System
To be capable of satisfying an unbelievably wide range of
customer demands quickly and perfectly and at the same
time be easy to use – these are the absolute minimum requirements for a modern ink system for solvent-based packaging printing and you should no longer put up with any less.
Thanks to its simple formulation method, our new, modular
Gecko® system guarantees maximum production reliability
and leads quickly and efficiently to solutions to the most diverse of tasks.
Lacquers and varnishes e.g. • overprint lacquers • High-Gloss lacquers • 2 Component lacquers • COF Lacquers • Dispersions varnishes
Special whites • Single Component White (e.g. for bread sterilisation) • two
component white • whites for increased half-tone quality
Metallic and special effect inks • Metallic inks based on NC, acrylate and PVB •
Special effect lacquers and inks
Additives • Additives for adjusting print properties
The Gecko®-System at a glance:
Primer e.g. • for treatment of aluminium foils or metallised substrates
Gecko® Base NC-based concentrates High-intensity pigment concentrates with
a wide range of colour shades and fastness properties. Ideal for use in in-house
mixing stations.
For surface printing:
Gecko® Frontal
Frontal-Plus – for printing on aluminium or paper
Frontal-Eco – for standard applications on films with good surface adhesion and
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brief: Uniform gloss effect, very good rub, blocking and wet-blocking resistance,
average to fast drying
Printer’s aids
NewV sup – Auxiliaries for UV printing
ACRYLAC® EXTRA series– for specialist applications
NewV sup offers you a high-quality range of auxiliaries
for optimising your UV printing process. Use the additive designed for your particular application to adjust the
picking characteristics, surface slip properties, flow properties and curing characteristics of your inks. NewV sup
is perfectly matched to the requirements of the NewV
product family and therefore an indispensable aid in the
everyday working life of a printer.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA FOIL For optimum drying and blocking resistance on nonabsorbent substrates Characteristics in brief: This coating stands out thanks
to its extremely fast drying speed, on substrates such as foil and aluminiumvaporised paper, without crazing. The wet-blocking resistance and drying speed
are outstanding. The coating is suitable for double-sided printing.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Conventional sheet-fed offset • Continuous
forms • Letterpress • Flexo
Available for the entire NewV range
Special properties: • Optimises the picking characteristics (for tack reduction) •
Decreases friction (for better surface slip) • Optimises flow properties • Speeds
up curing • Increases rub resistance • Improves scratch resistance
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ACRYLAC® – waterbased coatings for Sheet-fed offset
ACRYLAC® HIGH GLOSS High-gloss coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: Exceptionally high gloss and good blocking resistance, slow drying
ACRYLAC® PRODUCTIVITY Blocking-resistant, high-gloss coating for paper
and board Characteristics in brief: Exceptionally high gloss, very good rub and
blocking resistance, average drying speed
ACRYLAC® GLOSS Fast-drying gloss coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: High gloss, good rub, blocking and wet-blocking resistance, fast
drying
ACRYLAC® PROTECTION Rub-resistant protective coating for paper and board
Characteristics in brief: Average gloss, very good rub and blocking resistance,
good wet-blocking resistance, average drying speed
ACRYLAC® SATIN Satin protective coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: Satin gloss, very good rub, blocking and wet-blocking resistance,
average drying
ACRYLAC® SEMI MATT Semi-matt protective coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: Semi-matt gloss, very good rub, blocking and wet-blocking
resistance, average to fast drying
ACRYLAC® EXTRA PEARLESCENT Silver-white, glossy special-effect coating
for fine, pearlescent (mother-of-pearl) effects that catch the eye Characteristics
in brief: Protection and a special-effect finish for your prints in just a single pass.
The coating dries slowly and is suitable for single-sided printing. Many more
pearlescent effects and fast versions for double-sided printing are available on
request.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA ANTISLIP For antislip surfaces whilst also providing good
resistance and outstanding gloss Characteristics in brief: Specifically for folding
boxes and other print products that must not be too ”slippery” for postprint finishing. Its wet-blocking resistance and drying speed are very good. The coating
is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA GAME This specially developed playing card coating will
make you a winner Characteristics in brief: Playing cards finished with this coating have a pleasant, satiny feel to them and fan out easily and smoothly. Its
wet-blocking resistance and drying speed are very good. The coating is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA CALENDER Outstandingly suitable for subsequent calendering Characteristics in brief: With this coating and by calendering, you can
produce foil-like glossy surfaces. The coating possesses very good blocking
resistance with excellent calenderability.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA PRIMER This special coating enables trouble-free finishing by means of film laminating and UV coating Characteristics in brief: Versatile
primer. Compared with conventional final coatings, this coating offers that EXTRA bit of adhesion and scratch resistance. Thanks to its optimised formula, the
coating is also suitable for downstream spot coating and double-sided printing.
Matt version available on request.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA PRINT The brilliant, glossy solution when you don’t have
a coating unit Characteristics in brief: Low-odour and non-yellowing alternative
to printing coatings. The coating is suitable for single-sided printing only. Due
to the specific application characteristics of this coating, please observe the in-
ACRYLAC® MATT Matt protective coating for paper and board Characteristics in
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structions given in Technical Information sheet 10.5.18. The Extra product for
specialist applications
applications and unusual print products. An extended range of coatings guarantees brilliant, glossy results even with highly complex print jobs.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA ANTI CURLING To make sure light-weight papers also stay
flat Characteristics in brief: A specially equipped gloss coating that results in far
less curling of critical substrates compared with conventional coatings. Very
good gloss, with average drying speed, for single-sided printing. Special versions for double-sided printing or matt variants available on request.
ACRYLAC® PLUS
ACRYLAC® EXTRA HEAT RESISTANT For maximum heat resistance with good
gloss and excellent rub resistance Characteristics in brief: This coating stands
out thanks to its heat resistance properties up to 250°C (depending on the underlying conditions). Its wet-blocking resistance and drying speed are outstanding.
The coating is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® – Water-based Coating Systems
Any product designed to finish and protect your print products is only as good
as the final result it produces in practice. In the case of high-quality coatings,
the moment of truth comes on your printing press, for it’s here that these products show what they’re really capable of. Countless numbers of customers trust
in the ACRYLAC® range of coatings made by the hubergroup – one of the
world’s leading manufacturers of printing inks and coatings. Why? Because
the ACRYLAC® range has been developed in close cooperation with leading
printing houses located all round the globe. Developed in the pressroom for the
pressroom. This combined knowledge provides valuable stimuli for the experts
in our laboratories. Joint development work is leading to totally new and outstanding products: water-based coatings that are beyond compare with respect
to brilliance, surface and application characteristics. The hubergroup’s finely
tuned ACRYLAC® products result in a perfect synergy of printing and finishing,
in a high-quality print product that will greatly impress your clients. At the same
time, carefully selected raw materials and state-of-the-art production equipment
ensure the products offer optimum printability, even on the very latest generation
of high-speed presses. That saves both time and money.
The ACRYLAC® product range – an overview:
ACRYLAC® The high-quality coatings of the ACRYLAC® range are ideally suited
to all standard sheet-fed offset applications. They stand out thanks to their very
good gloss and protective properties as well as their excellent printability – on
high-speed presses, too. One of the many different products from this range will
always offer you the right coating for a particular print job.
The ACRYLAC® PLUS coatings boast the highest possible standards in selected parameters such as high-gloss surface finishes, superfast drying or extreme rub resistance. These coatings are particularly suitable for prints with an
exceptionally high-quality requirement profile.
ACRYLAC® PLUS for special print applications
ACRYLAC® PLUS BRILLIANT For even greater gloss and brilliance Characteristics in brief: Excellent gloss development with very good rub resistance, slow
drying, good blocking resistance, suitable for single-sided printing only
ACRYLAC® PLUS HIGH PRODUCTIVITY For even greater gloss and productivity Characteristics in brief: Excellent gloss development with very good rub
resistance, average drying speed, good blocking resistance, suitable for singlesided printing only
ACRYLAC® PLUS HIGH PERFECTION For even greater gloss when doublesided printing Characteristics in brief: Excellent gloss development with very
good rub resistance, high blocking and wet-blocking resistance, fast drying, suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® PLUS SECURE For even greater wet-blocking resistance and stackability Characteristics in brief: Very fast drying, excellent blocking and wet-blocking
resistance, ideally suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® PLUS SATIN DELUXE For even greater rub resistance with a fine,
satin finish Characteristics in brief: Very good wet-blocking and rub resistance,
fine, satin finish, fast drying, suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® PLUS SEMI MATT For even greater neutrality and rub resistance
Characteristics in brief: Very good wet-blocking and rub resistance, fast drying,
suitable for double-sided printing, very neutral gloss for effective and inconspicuous protection
ACRYLAC® PLUS MATT For an even better matt effect and printability Characteristics in brief: Uniform and minimally structured matt effect on thick ink films,
too, average to fast drying, suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® EXTRA
The coatings of the ACRYLAC® EXTRA series have been designed for special
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NewV lac – UV varnishes for offset, flexo and varnishing mac
Gecko® Frontal
If you want to finish your print products with high-quality
UV varnish effects, there’s now an outstanding range of
products that has been specifically formulated for a large
number of varnishing techniques, right through to Iriodin®
effects: it’s called NewV lac. These UV varnishes for use
on absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces are impressive in a whole range of ways. In addition to attractive
gloss/matt effects, NewV lac boasts good flow properties, fast curing and pleasantly low odour values. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Inline finishing: using the varnishing, printing or dampening system • Offline finishing: using a varnishing machine
Special properties: • Gloss/matt effects possible • Iriodin® effects possible •
Good flow properties • Low odour • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent chemical/mechanical resistance • Good adhesion • Low yellowing • Hot-foil stampable
Suitable substrates: • Papers and card stocks • Non-absorbent substrates*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m
in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and differentsubstrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Packaging Printing – solvent-based: The Gecko®-System
To be capable of satisfying an unbelievably wide range of
customer demands quickly and perfectly and at the same
time be easy to use – these are the absolute minimum requirements for a modern ink system for solvent-based packaging printing and you should no longer put up with any less.
Thanks to its simple formulation method, our new, modular
Gecko® system guarantees maximum production reliability
and leads quickly and efficiently to solutions to the most diverse of tasks.
Frontal-Plus – for printing on aluminium or paper
Frontal-Eco – for standard applications on films with good surface adhesion and
rub resistance
Frontal-Uni – for universal application when demands with respect to scratch
resistance and other mechanical properties are exceedingly high
Gecko® Zoom Solutions for shrink foils and applications (PE, PVC, PET, OPS)
For lamination:
Gecko® Bond for lamination with very different combinations and conditions.
Suitable for solvent-based and solvent-free laminating adhesives.
Bond-Top – for standard lamination applications. For printing on PE, OPP and
chemically treated PET and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP and
paper.
Bond-Star – universal application. For printing on corona- or chemically treated
PET, OPA, PE and OPP and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP or
PET, aluminium/PE and paper.
Gecko® Lacquers, varnishes and special products
Printing inks are team players and require – depending on the circumstances and
requirements – supplementary products. Don’t take any risks when it comes to
compatibility and quality if you can get the lot from one and the same manufacturer who is renowned for his all-inclusive system solutions and appreciated all
round the world for the teamwork he offers.
Lacquers and varnishes e.g. • overprint lacquers • High-Gloss lacquers • 2 Component lacquers • COF Lacquers • Dispersions varnishes
Special whites • Single Component White (e.g. for bread sterilisation) • two
component white • whites for increased half-tone quality
Metallic and special effect inks • Metallic inks based on NC, acrylate and PVB •
Special effect lacquers and inks
Additives • Additives for adjusting print properties
The Gecko®-System at a glance:
Primer e.g. • for treatment of aluminium foils or metallised substrates
Gecko® Base NC-based concentrates High-intensity pigment concentrates with
a wide range of colour shades and fastness properties. Ideal for use in in-house
mixing stations.
For surface printing:
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Special features of GMG printing substrates GMG printing substrates offer the
user many advantages including: • All substrates specified and manufactured
to the highest quality requirements of contract proofing • Every production batch
tested by GMG to ensure tight conformance to specifications and tolerances
• Extensive tests performed to optimally coordinate printer calibrations (MX3)
with the respective printing substrate, inks and output devices, allowing remote
proofing within printer families
GMG GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Mömpelgarder Weg 10
72072 Tübingen
Germany
Phone
+49-707193874-0
Fax
+49-707193874-22
Internet address
http://www.gmgcolor.com
E-Mail
info@gmgcolor.com
Stand
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Product Overview
Industries and Applications for GMG printing substrates A wide range of customers depend on the quality and consistency of GMG media including agencies, photographers, repro houses and prepress businesses, printers using gravure,
offset, flexo, screen and digital presses, as well as newspaper, book and periodical publishers.
GMG GmbH & Co. KG
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Colour management, calibration and control systems
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Proof systems
Advantages at a glance • High-quality printing substrates, designed specifically
for contract proofing requirements • High proof-to-proof, roll-to-roll and batch-tobatch repeatability, guaranteed by GMG • High paper tint accuracy • Excellent
drying and ink limit capabilities • Wide range of roll and sheet stock sizes to
maximize fit and minimize waste • Minimal curling using 3 inch roll cores • Support and conformance to all common standards including ISO, PSR-ECI, SWOP,
and 3DAP • Profiles optimized for GMG software, achieving industry-reference
quality standards • Tested against exacting specifications by GMG
GMUND GmbH & Co. KG, Büttenpapierfabrik
Address
Mangfallstraße 5
83703 Gmund am Tegernsee
Germany
Phone
+49-80227500-0
Fax
+49-80227500-98
Optimum quality hardcopy inkjet proofs are only possible when all system components – printer, software, inks and media –interact smoothly and are well integrated. The printing substrate is essential in this context since it is largely
responsible for color space size and repeatability of proofs.
Internet address
http://www.gmund.com
E-Mail
info@gmund.com
GMG offers printing substrates with optimally coordinated profiles for all proofing
requirements: semimatte and gloss papers for offset, gravure and photographic
applications; special papers for newspaper applications, and transparent and
opaque films for flexographic and packaging applications.
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Product Details
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GMG GmbH & Co. KG
Special papers
GMG ProofMedia
Innovative media for high-end contract proofs
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GMUND GmbH & Co. KG, Büttenpapierfabrik
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Book cover materials
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Document papers
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Fine papers and board
05.1240
Super-calendered papers
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Impregnated papers
05.1250
Ink-jet papers
05.1300
Laser printing papers
BEAM setzt auf zarte, gleichmäßige Streifung, die sich durch das Wechselspiel
von Glätte und Struktur ergibt. Futuristische Hochhausfassaden, digitale Zeichenwelten, dezente Nadelstreifen – BEAM lässt die Assoziationen fließen.
Bei SQUARE ist der Name Programm: Unterschiedlich strukturierte Quadrate
fügen sich zu einem oszillierende geometrischen Muster. Die Lichtreflexe und
Brechungen erinnern an moderne Architektur und verleihen Fotos überraschend
neue Perspektiven.
Alle Farben und Oberflächen von GMUND3 sind im Kartongewicht von 300
beziehungsweise 310 g/m² erhältlich. Die hellen Töne in matter Ausführung gibt
es auch in der für Laser- und Inkjet sowie als Vorsatzpapier geeigneten Stärke
135 g/m².
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GMUND GOES DIGITAL
Das erste Digitaldruckpapier von GMUND
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Product Details
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GMUND GmbH & Co. KG, Büttenpapierfabrik
Fine papers and board
GMUND3
GMUND3 – Akzente in der dritten Dimension Eindrucksvolle
Strukturen durch neues Mikroprägeverfahren
GMUND3 beherrscht das glanzvolle Spiel mit Reflexionen: Dank eines neuen, von Gmund entwickelten
mehrstufigen Prägeverfahrens besitzt die innovative
Papierkollektion eine fein strukturierte Oberfläche, die
an edel-gewirkte Stoffe erinnert und aus jedem Blickwinkel andere Facetten aufscheinen lässt. Fotos, Ornamente oder Schriftzüge erhalten auf diesem Hintergrund faszinierende Tiefe und haptische Eindrücklichkeit. In den Farben
Dunkelblau, Dunkelbraun und Schwarz entfaltet GMUND3 eine zeitlose Eleganz, die gerade im Businessbereich oder bei hochwertigen Markenartiklern
diskrete Akzente setzt. Die sechs hellen bis weißen Töne eröffnen im Offsetdruck schimmernde, räumliche Visionen. GMUND3 gibt es in drei Oberflächenvarianten: Mit FLOW erscheint das klassische Fischgrätmuster erstmals in Papier. Wie in der Mode vermittelt es auch in diesem Medium zeitlose Eleganz.
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Repräsentative Einladungs- oder Menükarten, Hochzeitsalben, ansprechende Tagungsunterlagen, personalisierte Aussendungen oder hochwertige Produktbroschüren
für einen ausgewählten Personenkreis, aber auch Doktoroder Diplomarbeiten - all dies sind heute klassische Fälle für den Digitaldruck. Aber gerade Klein- und Kleinstauflagen werden häufig auch für exklusive Zielgruppen kreiert. Gmund DIGITAL ist hier der hochwertige Ansatz zum
angemessenen Preis.
Ab Juli 2008 können Papierenthusiasten auch im Digitaldruck GMUNDER Feinstpapierkreationen professionell einsetzen: GMUND hat eine vielseitige Kollektion für den Digitaldruck entwickelt, die für alle gängigen Drucksysteme (Xerox,
HP Indigo, Canon, Océ) freigegeben ist.
Durch ein besonderes Produktions- und Veredelungsverfahren erfüllt GMUND
DIGITAL in seinen vielfältigen Farb- und Oberflächenvariationen die Anforderungen der modernen Digitaldruckmaschinen.
GMUND DIGITAL smooth gibt es in den Farben White und Chamois mit einer
homogenen, glatten Oberfläche in 150 und 275 g/m².
Eine matte Spezifikation in chamois besticht mit der für GMUND typischen
handwerklich-büttenmatten Oberfläche in 150, 200 und 275g/m².
GMUND DIGITAL embossed bietet zudem fünf repräsentative Prägevariationen:
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lines, eine moderne Rippenprägung in den Farben White und Sand,
pattern und texture, zwei klassische, leicht marmorierte Umschlagprägungen, in
den Farben White, Chamois und Gem,
Graef GmbH, August GNU Metallsägen- und
Schneidlinien-Fabrik GmbH
Address
Wernerstraße 28
42285 Wuppertal
Germany
Phone
+49-202280440
Fax
+49-20288891
Internet address
http://www.graef-gnu.com
GMUND SHADE
E-Mail
graef-gnu@t-online.de
GMUND SHADE – zwischen Marmor und Platin Skulpturale Papierkunst mit japanischem Flair
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linen, eine stilvolle Leinenprägung, in White und Red, einem leuchtenden Mohnrot,
cliff, eine weitere stofflich anmutende Oberfläche, in einem erfrischenden,
mediterranen Blau.
Die Formate sind auf das Einsatzgebiet abgestimmt: 200 und 275g/m² in 45,7
x 32 cm BB 150g/m² in 32 x 45,7 cm SB
SHADE heißt die neue Kollektion, deren zarte, wolkige
Oberfläche eine reizvolle, innovative Reminiszenz an
die japanische Papiermacherkunst darstellt. Die leichteren Grammaturen zeichnen sich durch eine luftige
Transparenz aus, die interessante Druckeffekte ermöglicht. Die natürliche Farbgebung von Weiß bis Natur unterstützt diese durchscheinende Wirkung. Die
höheren Gewichte weisen eine interessante Zweiseitigkeit auf. Zwei Highlights
der neuen Kollektion bilden die Kreationen „polished Mirror“ und „polished Carbon“. Die von den Papierfasern vorgegebene, natürliche Wolkigkeit erscheint
durch ein silber- beziehungsweise carbonfarbene „Politur“ wie eine von Künstlerhand bearbeitete Oberfläche mit feinen Schatten – fast wie gehämmertes
Platin beziehungsweise graphitfarbener Marmor. Mit GMUND SHADE ist ein
Papier gelungen, das weit über seine eigentliche Stofflichkeit hinauswächst und
das die Kreativität bereits beim ersten Anfühlen beflügelt. SHADE gibt es in drei
hellen Farben, Weiß, Brilliant und Natur, jeweils in den Grammaturen 70, 100,
180 und 250 g/m2; polished Mirror und polished Carbon sind in der Grammatur
250 g/m² erhältlich.
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Steel rule die-making machines
03.1050
Steel rule die-making machines
05.1415
Cutting, punching and scoring rules
Product Details
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Cutting, punching and scoring rules
GNU-SCHNEIDLINIEN FÜR FLACHE STANZFORMEN
Härtegrade Standardabmessungen Nr. 2 Extra = blau, mittelhart, HRC 36, 60°
Winkel biegbar Nr. 3 Extra = braun, hart, HRC 43, 90° Winkel biegbar Nr. 4 =
gelb, sehr hart, HRC 50, für große Rundungen und gerade Schnitte duro-flex
= mit gehärteter Schneide für scharfkantige Biegungen duro-flex-supercut = mit
gehärteter Schneide und Feinschliff, mit minimalen Höhentoleranzen für fusselfreies Stanzen und Selbstklebefolien hardcoat = mit titanbeschichteter Schneide
für längere Standzeiten duro-flex-supercut-hardcoat = mit gehärteter Schneide
und Feinschliff, titanbeschichtet
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Grafityp Selfadhesive Products
Grafmaj AM Aneta Szczublinska
Address
Centrum-Zuid 1539
3530 Houthalen
Belgium
Address
ul. Lutycka 93
60-478 Poznan
Poland
Phone
+32-11600850
Phone
+48 61 846 0800
Fax
+32-11526232
Fax
+48 61 846 0801
Internet address
http://www.grafityp.com
Internet address
http://www.grafmaj.pl
E-Mail
sales@grafityp.com
E-Mail
sprzedaz@grafmaj.pl
Stand
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Stand
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Product Overview
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Adhesive tapes and foils
Product Details
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Adhesive tapes and foils
Product Overview
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Varnish and lamination
05.1095
Ink, Offset Printing
05.1140
Printing blankets
05.1380
Hot-stamping foils
Grafitack Promo Serie
Die Grafitack Promo Serie ist eine glänzende monomer kalandrierte PVC Folie
Stärke 70 Mikron
Product Details
Wasserbasierter permanenter Acrylkleber
Grafmaj AM Aneta Szczublinska
Geeignet für kurzfristige Außenanwendungen (2-3 Jahre)
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Inks
Breiten: NICHT-PERFORIERT 500, 610, 700, 1220mm
Our offer of offset inks present products of such reputable manufacturer as Brancher. Our professionally
equipped offset ink mixing lab enables us to make the
ink match the individual customers’ needs.
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Printing blankets
Product Overview
Offset printing blankets
Blankets are available as sheets cut out from a web or
as ready-made factory-edged blankets intended for particular machine type.
05.1380
Hot-stamping foils
We are pleased to recommend the products of ITW
Foils. We offer a wide range of foils starting from metallized hot stamping foils through diffraction foils, pigment
foils to cold stamping foils.
Grapac Japan Co., Inc.
2-7-38, Tsutsumi-Dori, Sumida-Ku
Tokyo
Japan
Phone
+81-3-3616-1290
Fax
+81-3-5630-1186
Internet address
http://www.grapac.co.jp
E-Mail
sales@grapac.co.jp
Stand
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Nano technology
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Miscellaneous printing substrates
GRAPP AG
Hot-Stamping foils
Address
Grapac Japan Co., Inc.
Address
Weidkamp 180a
45356 Essen
Germany
Phone
+49-201-835040
Fax
+49-201-8350499
Internet address
http://www.grapp.ag
E-Mail
info@grapp.ag
Stand
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Company News
07.04.2008
GRAPP AG
Weltweit einzigartig
Weltweit einzigartig ist es aktuell gelungen, Druckbedingungen in hochgesättigte Farbräume von der Fogra zertifizieren zu lassen. Das bringt Anwendern
Wettbewerbsvorteile. Über die Standarddruckbedingungen hinaus lassen sich
perfekt Sonderfarben darstellen, die weit über die Grenzen der ISO-Farbräume
liegen.
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01.1095
Colour management, calibration and control systems
01.1145
Desktop publishing systems (DTP)
01.1370
Raster image processors RIPs
05.1250
Ink-jet papers
05.1455
Typewriting papers
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Product Details
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Graymills Corporation
Address
3705 N. Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60613
USA
Phone
1-773-477-4100
Fax
1-773-477-4133
Internet address
http://www.graymills.com
E-Mail
info@graymills.com
Stand
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Ink-jet papers
Company News
Graymills Corporation
Weltweit einzigartig
Weltweit einzigartig ist es aktuell gelungen, Druckbedingungen in hochgesättigte
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To continue its support of education in the flexographic field, Graymills Corporation has donated six of its international award winning “Quick Change” peristaltic
ink pumps to Clemson University’s renowned Flexographic lab. The innovative pumps “worked great and greatly assisted ink maintenance and changeover
speed,” according to Jay Sperry of the Sonoco Institute at Clemson University.
Wettbewerbsvorteile. Über die Standarddruckbedingungen hinaus lassen sich
perfekt Sonderfarben darstellen, die weit über die Grenzen der ISO-Farbräume
liegen.
Clemson Receives Graymills Peristaltic Ink Pumps
To learn more about this product, contact our customer service at 1-773-4774100 or visit our web site at www.graymills.com or come see us at Drupa - booth
#10/A03.
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REMOTELY CONTROLLED PERISTALTIC INK PUMP
FITS IN SMALL PLACES
The compact design of Graymills new two-piece (pump and control box) remotely controlled peristaltic pump makes it a fit for press builders and users with
space considerations.
The standard PPS peristaltic pump head has been mounted to a splash-resistant
motor enclosure, of reduced size, that allows it to be mounted within press
frames or in restricted spaces.
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The speed/direction controls are enclosed in a separate box, with connection to
the pump via a cable. This design feature means the box can now be mounted
in any ”operator friendly” location away from the pump itself, grouped with other
press controls or in a cabinet convenient to the operator.
The Remote Control Peristaltic Ink Pump shares the same reliable features
proven by the thousands of Graymills peristaltic pumps used in press rooms
for more than 10 years, including variable speed and directional control, and
splash resistant case.
To learn more about the Quick Change Peristaltic Ink Pump and other time saving ink pump innovations, visit our website at www.graymills.com or call 1-773477-4100.
04/28/2008
Graymills Quick Change Peristaltic Ink Pump Named
International Award Winner
PQ-Series Pumps honored for quick press turnarounds. Graymills Corporation, the Chicago-based manufacturer of innovative ink circulating, conditioning, and control systems was pleased to be named as the winner of the 2007
FlexoTech International Best Innovation in Printing Press/Finishing award. The
winning product, Graymills’ unique PQ-style Quick Change Peristaltic Pump,
represents the state of the art in fast pump turnarounds.
Organized by FlexoTech, a UK-based magazine focused on the Flexographic
printing industry, and sponsored and judged by an international panel of judges
who are experts in their own right, the annual award acknowledges companies
whose products add a unique value to converters.
“We were ecstatic to be selected from among so many worthy choices,” said
Craig Shields, President of Graymills. “We put so much time and energy into
creating pumps and systems designed specifically for the needs of Flexo and
Gravure print rooms, and it is thrilling to have this recognized by such a prestigious group.”
About Graymills: Occupying 100,000 square feet (9300 square meters) of hightech manufacturing space on Chicago’s North Side, Graymills builds ink pumping systems, industrial pumping systems, and parts cleaning equipment. For
more information or to be put in touch with a local representative, contact
Graymills at 1-773-477-4100 or visit www.graymills.com
04/29/2008
Change” Dual Head Peristaltic Ink Pumps meet the demand for faster job turnarounds.
”Quick Change” peristaltic pumps allow operators to change out pump heads
and hose in seconds, off-line prior to runs end, without tools. Then changing ink
pumps is as simple as pulling a quick release pin, swapping the used head with
the clean preloaded head, and you are good to go!
In addition to single head models, the ”Quick Change” Dual Head Peristaltic
Ink Pump combines two removable heads powered by a single motor. Pump
two colors to two different decks, pump same color to two different decks, or
pump ink up and pull back down from a single deck. Speed and motor direction
controls for the Dual Head can be mounted remotely in an ”operator-friendly”
location. Better ink management all with the efficiency of using one pump.
”Quick Change” Peristaltic Pumps include splash resistant design, variable
speed and forward/reverse. Pump heads can be quickly rotated to accommodate individual press configurations.
Graymills innovative ink pumps and ink pumping systems can be viewed at
www.graymills.com.
04/29/2008
Faster Turnaround, Higher Performance From a Family
of Gravure Pumps
Graymills’ new line of gravure-specific pumps meet industry performance demands while providing quick turnaround and high quality.
With three models to choose from, all converters are covered. Mid-to wide-web
presses can turn to the new G2000, while larger presses have the choice of the
M3 and G4 pumps. These pumps are made of rugged cast iron and stainless
steel and are Teflon-coated for easy washup.
All Graymills gravure pumps are available with an optional “Quick Change” feature, which allows tool-less removal of the motor for easier moving and cleaning
of the pump. Extra pump bodies can be kept in the make-ready area to speed
changeover.
CE and ATEX versions are available for the European market.
These and other innovative Graymills products can be viewed on the Graymills
website at www.graymills.com.
Looking for Faster Press Turn-Around?
Recipient of the FlexoTech 2007 International Innovation Award, the ”Quick
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Ink rollers
05.1505
Roller coverings
Graymills Corporation
02.1350
Ink agitators and mixers
02.1370
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Product Details
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GTK - TIMEK GROUP SA
Ink rollers
INK ROLLERS
Your rollers may face many different factors: acid; alkalis, chemical solvents, exposure to light or heat... .
Based on the working conditions,expected lifetime and
the precision required, GTK can propose a material
from a wide choice of commercial rubbers.
GTK - TIMEK GROUP SA
Address
Via Cantonale
6802 Rivera
Switzerland
Phone
+41 91 946 43 13
Fax
+41 91 946 43 14
Internet address
http://www.gtk.ch
E-Mail
info@gtk.ch
Stand
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Product Overview
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Roller coverings
OUR COVERINGS
GTK produces rollers coated with every type of expanded material: open celled, close celled, ultra compact, composite matrix.. . GTK’s facilities include state of the art polyrethane production plants and the internal mould fabrication, und it is able
to produce for you all the possible types of PUR,in every hardness, and with any custom property. In additional our company beyond the rubber covering, it is able to produce Silicone
coated rollers. The silicone is still unrivalled under certain conditions: If you ask your rollers to work at high temperature, without losing their
elasticity at lower ones, or if you ask them to have exceptional anti-static properties, GTK can find for you the right silicone to best fit your specific needs.
GTK - TIMEK GROUP SA
02.1375
Damping rollers
02.1445
Blanket washing equipment
02.1675
Anilox rollers
03.1700
Shafts
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tur erweitert. Alle relevanten Daten sind jetzt von überall her aufrufbar – das
gilt für Belege ebenso wie für Projekte. Beim Belegdruck werden automatisch
PDF-Dateien erzeugt und im virtuellen Aktenschrank hinterlegt. Ein Schritt zum
papierlosen Büro.
Günther Business Solutions GmbH
Address
Eichenplätzchen 1a
51399 Burscheid
Germany
Die spezielle Edition advanter | projects verbindet kaufmännische Funktionen
mit branchenspezifischem Projekt- und Jobmanagement. Damit steht Mediendienstleistern eine hochflexible Business-Software zur Verfügung, die Sie auf
allen Ebenen der Jobbearbeitung und -verwaltung unterstützt.
Phone
+49-217449999-0
Fax
+49-217449999-55
Internet address
http://www.guenther-bs.de
E-Mail
f.may@guenther-bs.de
Stand
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Company News
14.05.2008
Infos: www.guenther-bs.de / www.advanter.de
08.02.2008
Seit dem 21. Januar 2008 firmiert die Günther Datenverarbeitung GmbH unter
dem neuen Namen Günther Business Solutions GmbH. Das Unternehmen hat
sich für diese Änderung entschieden, weil der bisherige Name aus dem Jahr
1994 nicht länger seinem Selbstverständnis entsprach.
Günther Business Solutions GmbH
Aus PRAKTIKUS wird ”advanter”
PRAKTIKUS Professional, seit Jahren erfolgreich in hunderten Unternehmen
eingesetzte ERP-Lösung aus dem Hause Günther Business Solutions, trägt seit
Mitte Mai einen neuen Namen: ”advanter”. Der neue Name basiert auf dem englischen Wort „advantage“ und soll den Vorteil für den Anwender repräsentieren.
Die beliebte Business-Lösung war inzwischen so umfangreich geworden, dass
der Name PRAKTIKUS dem riesigen Leistungsspektrum nicht mehr gerecht
wurde. Auch vielfältige Reaktionen im Markt veranlassten dazu, über einen
neuen Namen für die erfolgreiche und moderne Software nachzudenken.
advanter ist technisch und inhaltlich nach wie vor die professionelle Softwarelösung (ERP, CRM, CAQ) mit mehr als 50 Business-Modulen für den flexiblen
Einsatz in unterschiedlichsten Unternehmen. Vor der Umbenennung wurden
einige neue Features für advanter entwickelt.
NAVI STACKS – alles schnell im Überblick advanter erhält eine neue Navigationsleiste. Sie gibt einen direkten Überblick über eingegangene Mails, anstehende
Termine und Aufgaben, Anwendungshinweise, die der User/Administrator selbst
erstellen kann, und vieles mehr.
DMS – echtes Dokumentenmanagement Das advanter Dokumentenmanagement wurde komplett überarbeitet und mit einer visualisierten Ordnungsstruk-
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Das reine Verarbeiten von Daten war einmal. Als modernes Softwarehaus entwickelt und realisiert die Günther Business Solutions GmbH heute Lösungen
für Unternehmen, die Nutzen und Mehrwert erzeugen. Die vielfältig anwendbaren Systeme (ERP, CRM, MIS, QMS) von Günther unterstützen, optimieren
und beschleunigen die Geschäftsprozesse der anwendenden Unternehmen erheblich.
Dazu liefert das erfolgreiche Softwarehaus nicht einfach eine Software im
Karton, sondern schaut mit dem Kunden ganz genau hin, wie und wo sich
Ressourcen sinnvoll erschließen lassen.
So entstehen immer wieder neue Features der ausgereiften Business-Software
PRAKTIKUS Professional. Mittlerweile stehen rund um die fünf BranchenEditionen Handel, Fertigung, Vermietung, Projekt und QMS weit über 50 Module
für die unternehmensspezifische Individualisierung zur Verfügung.
Die Günther Business Solutions GmbH versteht es als ihre Aufgabe, für ihre
Kunden Lösungen zu entwickeln, von denen sie nachhaltig profitieren. Dafür
steht der neue Name Günther Business Solutions GmbH .
Infos: www.guenther-bs.de
08.02.2008
PRAKTIKUS Professional mit neuen Modulen
PRAKTIKUS Professional von der Günther Business Solutions GmbH ist eine
hundertfach bewährte modulare Business Software-Lösung mit integriertem
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Projektmanagement, CRM-, Groupware- und Controlling-Funktionalitäten. Die
Software kann vom einfachen Warenwirtschaftssystem bis zur umfassenden
ERP-Lösung ausgebaut werden. Mittlerweile stehen fünf Editionen mit weit
mehr als 50 Modulen für verschiedenste Branchen zur Verfügung: Handel, Fertigung, Vermietung, Projekt und QMS.
PRAKTIKUS Professional wird unter anderem in folgenden Bereichen eingesetzt: Produktion (z.B. Maschinen- Anlagen-, Metallbau, Verpackungsindustrie etc.), Handel (Groß-, Versandhandel, technischer Handel), Mediendienstleister der Werbebranche, Druckvorstufe, Großformatdruck, Tonstudios und
TV-Postproduktion sowie Unternehmen für Geräte-Vermietung (TV-/Film- und
Tonequipment, Baugeräte etc.) und Eventmanagement. Durch die enge
Zusammenarbeit mit den Kunden kann die Günther Business Solutions GmbH
PRAKTIKUS Professional konsequent optimieren und auf die Bedürfnisse der
Anwender anpassen. Auf diese Weise sind aktuell zwei neue Module entstanden, die für viele Unternehmen von besonderem Interesse sein dürften.
Personalzeiterfassung (AZE) Das neue Modul ermöglicht die unternehmensweite
Zeiterfassung und ist einsetzbar als Web-Lösung mit Kommen-Gehen-Buchung,
Urlaubsverwaltung, grafischem Urlaubskalender und vielem mehr. Umfangreiche Auswertungsmöglichkeiten runden die Funktionalität ab.
Grafische Personaleinsatzplanung ist ein Modul besonders für Unternehmen
der Bereiche Security und Eventmanagement, die überwiegend auf die projektorientierte Rekrutierung von (freien) Mitarbeitern angewiesen sind. Es beinhaltet unter anderem eine web-basierende Jobrekrutierung, mit der Mitarbeiter
sich über ein Portal für Einsätze bewerben bzw. anmelden können. Integrierte
SMS- oder Email-Funktionalitäten erleichtern die Kommunikation. Eine neue,
vereinfachte Formularbearbeitung sowie eine integrierte Aufgabenplanung bieten größten Komfort.
02.1180
Database systems
02.1805
Software, Job Planning
03.1625
Software, Job Planning
04.1085
Production data processing
04.1650
Software, Job Planning
05.1265
Business branch software
06.1015
Databank services
06.1025
Data processing services
06.1065
Estimating software
06.1070
Management information systems
06.1085
Management software
Infos: www.guenther-bs.de
Product Overview
Günther Business Solutions GmbH
01.1165
E-commerce for printing industry
01.1430
Software, Job Planning
02.1090
Production data processing
02.1175
Data archiving
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non-elastic Hamid machine tapes of different strength classes, different application oriented cover materials are available and provide the best product for
all machine types and designs. They are dimensionally stable even in case of
changing ambient humidity, no re-tensioning and no downtimes required.
Habasit AG
Address
Römerstrasse 1
4153 Reinach-Basel
Switzerland
Phone
+41-617151515
Fax
+41-617151555
Internet address
http://www.habasit.com
E-Mail
info@habasit.com
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Product Overview
Both products feature high abrasion resistance, constant, gentle and reliable
grip, do not mark on the transported goods, handle small pulley diameters and
reversed bendings and provide outstanding lifetime and performance.
Hammond Services
Address
Unit 13 Chaucer Ind. Est., Dittons Road
Polegate, East Sussex BN26 6JF
United Kingdom
Phone
+44-1323489000
Fax
+44-1323489353
Internet address
http://www.hammondservices.co.uk
E-Mail
sales@hammondservices.co.uk
Stand
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Habasit AG
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Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
03.1320
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
04.1270
Conveyor systems (no floor conveyors)
05.1310
Machine tapes
Product Details
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For high-performance applications, where intermittent overloads are unavoidable, Habasit holds another solution in readiness: Polyamide machine tapes.
The traction layers of polyamide machine tapes are highly resilient and prevent
remaining elongation. If properly installed re-tensioning is unnecessary, and
cost-intensive, time-consuming machine downtimes can be avoided. Unlike the
Hamid tapes a glued joint makes polyamide machine tapes endless.
Habasit AG
Machine tapes
Hamid machine tapes - Simple and fast joining
method
Product Overview
Hamid machine tapes have a traction layer made of
thermoplastic foil allowing the tape to be joined by welding the ends together without adhesives. The result is
a superior product with uniform properties and significant cost savings in terms of maintenance. Elastic and
05.1210
Blanket washing and rejuvenating solutions
05.1190
Damping (water) solutions and additives
05.1185
Fountain solutions
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Product Details
Hammond Services
05.1185
Fountain solutions
Company News
10.04.2008
Hang GmbH, Constantin
Mit High-speed und low-cost punkten
DIAMOND FOUNT
Alcohol replacement Fount for sheetfed and web presses. Includes special water control additives to replace the effect of alcohol (IPA). Recommended to use
at 4%.
PREMIER FOUNT
General purpose fount for sheetfed and web applications. Recommended for
use at 2%. Fully buffered, works with hard or soft water, includes biocides to
clean and protect the water system. Control by conductivity
PREMIER FOUNT PLUS
An alcohol reducing Fount which can assist in reducing alcohol usage, even
when running at 2% addition.
PREMIER WEB FOUNT
Developed for high speed web applications
Hang GmbH, Constantin
Mit etlichen Neuheiten rund ums Papier bohren präsentiert sich die Constantin
Hang GmbH zur Drupa. Eine Hochleistungsbohranlage für bis zu 3000 Stapel
pro Stunde sowie eine günstige Basisbohranlage bilden die Highlights der Innovationsoffensive. Darüber hinaus hat Hang eine Mehrfachnutmaschine für
die Ordnerherstellung, zwei neue Handösgeräte und eine bewährte Papierbohrmaschine in neuem Design entwickelt.
Was der Markt fordert, hat die Constantin Hang GmbH in ihrer neuesten Papierbohranlage 255-10 bereits realisiert. Mit bis zu 3000 Stapeln pro Stunde ist die
neue Inline-Papierbohranlage die derzeit schnellste und leistungsfähigste am
Markt. Bis zu 76 mm hohe Papierstapel vom Format 105 x 148 mm (A6) bis
zu 220 x 330 mm werden parallel auf zwei Bahnen antransportiert und den bis
zu fünf Bohrköpfen pro Station zugeführt. Der Stapeltransport ist dabei, genau
wie der Bohrhub, von Servomotoren angetrieben und dynamisch regelbar. Die
Bohrer arbeiten mit dem Hang Soft-Touch-Modus, was Bohrerbruch nahezu vermeidet. Die Bohrköpfe können durch den Tangential-Kettenantrieb schnell und
einfach verstellt und ausgetauscht werden. Zwei Stellspindeln und digitale Positionsanzeigen ermöglichen reproduzierbare Formatumrüstungen mit wenigen
Handgriffen.
3000 Stapel je Stunde als Grenze des derzeit Machbaren
Address
Ulmer Straße 32
73037 Göppingen
Germany
Phone
+49-71616005-0
Fax
+49-71616005-78
Internet address
http://www.hang.de
E-Mail
info@hang.de
Stand
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Am anderen Ende der Marktanforderungen präsentieren die Göppinger ihr
neues Model 345-30, eine modulare und flexible Basis-Papierbohranlage für bis
zu 1500 Stapel pro Stunde. Sie bietet beste Hang-Technologie zu einem günstigen Preis. Sie ist ausgestattet mit dynamischem Servomotorantrieb, SoftTouch-Modus, dynamisch regelbarer Transportgeschwindigkeit für die Papierstapel, Tangentialkettenantrieb und schneller Formatumrüstung. Umrüstvorgänge
auf andere Produkte werden durch Speicherung und Archivierung der Parameter Stapelhöhe, Vorschubgeschwindigkeit und Bohrerdrehzahl beschleunigt.
Modell 345-30 ist auf Rollen montiert, fahrbar und kann flexibel beigestellt und
mit einem Sammelhefter oder Klebebinder verkettet werden. Die Zuführung der
Stapel ist dabei von vorne, von hinten oder von seitlich möglich. Eine Dreheinheit ist nicht notwenig.
Ferner hat Hang eine Mehrfachnutmaschine für die Ordnerherstellung für große
Formate wie Musterbücher oder Kollektionsmappen neu im Programm. Sie
erzeugt mehrere Nuten in einem Durchlauf. Eine weitere Maschine kann
vollautomatisch und gleichzeitig zwei Metall-Kantenschutz-Leisten anbringen.
Komplettiert werden die Neuheiten durch Handösgeräte mit einfacher und
doppelter Ösenzuführung und mit verstellbarem Ösenabstand. Sie können
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Ösendurchmesser bis zu 7,5 mm verarbeiten und haben eine größere Arbeitstiefe als bisher. Schließlich wird bei Hang die bewährte Papierbohrmaschine
207-00 in einem neuen Design zu sehen sein.
Product Overview
Hang GmbH, Constantin
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Hole punching and eyeletting machines
03.1460
Rivetting machines
03.1480
Paper drilling machines
04.1125
Letter-file-making machines
04.1450
Paper drilling machines
05.1345
Rivets
Company News
02/04/2008
HANNECARD NV
Hannecard launches anti-adhesive roll covering
solution ’LOTUS’
Following a period of elaborate testing, Hannecard is proud to launch its new
and revolutionary roll covering LOTUS. By combining a Teflon®-surface and one
of our high-end roll covering qualities, Lotus disposes of an incomparable set of
properties: a non-stick surface, high temperature resistance, complete chemical
resistance and remaining elastic properties. These characteristics will undoubtedly make it a valuable improvement for a large number of applications in the
converting, printing, paper and other industries.
If you like to receive more information on this product, please download the
product sheet from our website (www.hannecard.com) or contact your local representative.
LOTUS will also be showcased at the Hannecard-booth (Hall 15/C26)at Drupa.
Product Overview
HANNECARD NV
02.1375
Damping rollers
02.1535
Varnishing rollers
02.1650
Impression cylinders, gravure and flexo printing
04.1395
Varnishing rollers
05.1175
Ink rollers
HANNECARD NV
Address
Ninoofsesteenweg 589
9600 Ronse
Belgium
Phone
+32 (0)55 23 76 10
Fax
+32 (0)55 21 03 59
Internet address
www.hannecard.com
05.1490
Gravure cylinders
E-Mail
nathan.vanhaver@hannecard.com
05.1505
Roller coverings
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• Silicone emulsions
Hausleiter Druckhilfsmittel GmbH & Co. KG
Address
Miscellaneous
Stiegstraße 64
41379 Brüggen-Bracht
Germany
• Printing plates
• Graphic films
• Printing auxiliaries
Phone
+49-2157870451
Fax
+49-2157870457
Internet address
http://www.hausleiter-gmbh.de
E-Mail
vertrieb@hausleiter-gmbh.de
Stand
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Product Overview
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Address
Pferdekamp 9
59075 Hamm
Germany
Phone
+49-238197216-0
Fax
+49-238197216-2
Internet address
http://www.heimann-hamm.de
E-Mail
info@heimann-hamm.de
Stand
Hall 05, C44 (Page 1216)
Hausleiter Druckhilfsmittel GmbH & Co. KG
Printer’s aids
Product Details
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Hausleiter Druckhilfsmittel GmbH & Co. KG
Printer’s aids
Line of products
Pre-press
Company News
• Products for thermo-plates (CtP)
04/11/2008
Heimann GmbH Grafische Technik und Handel
PARAGRAPH IN THE PRESS FOR DRUPA 2008
• Products for positive printing plates
As a supplier for the printing industry world wide company Heimann will obviously take part as exhibitor and will present interesting novelties.
• Products for negative printing plates
• Film chemicals
In Hall 5, Stand C 44
• Repro and mounting
Latest developments in the fields of e.g.:
Pressroom
• Measuring- and analysing technique
• Cleaners and maintenances
• Fountain solution additives for sheet-fed and web offset
such as new 3-D-Volume measuring system µ-surf-mobile for measuring of rotogravure cells, anilox rollers and direct laser engraving
• Dispersion varnishes
• THETA-Systems
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High-End systems for inline-measuring of ink, ink density, register, fault inspection and high resolution web viewing
02.1055
Web inspection systems
• Special installations with latest developments
02.1095
Image viewing devices
02.1185
Densitometers
02.1340
Colour measurement and evaluation devices
02.1665
Doctor blades
02.1900
Viscosity control devices
03.1550
Register systems
03.1605
Guillotines and guillotine systems
05.1485
Gravure supplies
Automatic viscosity control system HEIFAREG for gravure publication printing
ans InkSpec viscosity control systems for flexo and gravure pakaging printers
Inline cleaning system AZR for gravure cylinders, APR impression roller cleaning systems proof-press control for manufacturers of gravure cylinders DiscCop:
Faster and more regular copper-plating of rotogravure cylinders via soluble copper and ultrasonic technology Flexo sleeve storage systems - modular sleeve
storage systems, simple, practical and easy to add onto
Traditional we will present the whole production- and delivery programm, such
as chemicals and consuming articles for the manufacture of cylinders, diamond
tools for engraving as well as second hand machinery for the rotogravure and
flexo printing industry.
Hamm, April 2008
Product Overview
Heimann GmbH Grafische Technik und Handel
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Etch depth measuring devices
06.1060
Used machinery dealers
01.1175
Colour viewing systems & equipment
06.1080
Gravure suppliers
01.1215
Electroplating facilities
Product Details
01.1310
Measuring and testing equipment
05.1485
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Gravure supplies
Consumables for press room
01.1450
Gravure proofing presses
01.1475
Cylinder grinding machines
02.1050
Autopasters/Splicer
Autopaster glue, Selfadhesive labels, Shrinking hose
for ink roller cover, Doctor blades, etc.
Consumables for rotogravure cylinder production
1) Chemicals for rotogravure cylinder production: Degreasing concentrate, Separating solution, Copper and
Copper sulphate, Hardness additive, Chromic acid,
Dechroming concentrate, Cutting oil, etc. 2) Consumables for rotogravure cylinder production: Grinding
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stones, Grinding tapes, Filter cartridges, etc.
Product Overview
Heinzel Sales - Wilfried Heinzel AG
Diamond tools for engraving
05.1025
Sheet printing papers, two-side machine coated
05.1055
Chromo duplex board
05.1060
Chromo board
05.1065
Chromo triplex board
05.1170
Label and wrapping papers
05.1180
Fine papers and board
05.1225
Woodfree printing papers coated
05.1230
Woodfree printing paper, uncoated
05.1240
Super-calendered papers
05.1255
Index board
05.1280
Copy papers
05.1285
Art paper and board
05.1405
Papers for web printing, uncoated
Heinzel Sales - Wilfried Heinzel AG annual report 2007 English / German pdf
document / 40 pages / 6.3 MB
05.1410
Papers for web printing, machine-coated on both sides
Download: www.heinzelsales.com/downloads/heinzelsales2007.pdf
05.1515
Corrugated board unprocessed papers
05.1525
Newsprint papers
05.1530
Pulp board
Stylus, Burr cutter, Sliding shoe
Heinzel Sales - Wilfried Heinzel AG
Address
Wagramer Straße 28-30
1223 Vienna
Austria
Phone
+43-126011-0
Fax
+43-12636363
Internet address
www.heinzelsales.com
E-Mail
office@austria.heinzelsales.com
Stand
Hall 07.1, C52 (Page 1226)
Company News
04/08/2008
Heinzel Sales - Wilfried Heinzel AG
annual report 2007
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Product Details
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Sheet printing papers, two-side machine coated
construction site, replacing traditional adhesives such as contact cements and
wood glues, and traditional physical fixings such as nails and screws. Construction Adhesives are available in cartridges, tubes and tins.
Our products
We act as a turntable in worldwide trade with commodities like pulp, paper, board
and chemicals. We enable global marketing and sales, from our suppliers and
our own integrated industry in the international pulp and paper markets.
Herzer Interflex GmbH
Papierverarbeitungstechnik
Address
Hildebrandstraße 20-22
76227 Karlsruhe
Germany
Henkelstraße 67
40191 Düsseldorf
Germany
Phone
+49-72194177-0
Fax
+49-72194177-22
Phone
+49-211797-2569
Internet address
http://www.binderflex.de
Fax
+49-211798-14858
E-Mail
zentrale@binderflex.de
Internet address
http://www.henkel.com
Stand
Hall 11, C19 (Page 1240)
E-Mail
info.drupa@henkel.com
Stand
Hall 14, C71 (Page 1250)
Henkel KGaA
Address
Company News
Product Overview
Henkel KGaA
05.1135
Printer’s varnishes
05.1275
Adhesives and glues
Product Details
05.1275
17.04.2008
Henkel KGaA
Adhesives and glues
Construction Adhesives
Construction Adhesives are used to bond or repair two items in the home &
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BINDERFLEX zur drupa 2008
Produkte für klasse Bindungen....
Was wird der „Mega“ - Trend der drupa 2008 werden? Aussichtsreiche Themen
gibt es viele, wir können gespannt sein. Davon unabhängig hat natürlich jeder
Besucher seine eigenen, individuellen Schwerpunkte. Ob die Verbesserungen
der Leistungsfähigkeit – quantitiv oder qualitativ - oder die Ausweitung der Angebotspalette, die Möglichkeiten sind vielfältig. Jeder entscheidet selbst über seine
eigene persönliche Weichenstellung und seine unternehmerische Entwicklung.
Die drupa bietet für alle die passende Plattform zu einer umfassenden Informationsgewinnung.
Herzer Interflex unterstützt Sie gerne bei der Umsetzung, egal ob es um eine
herstellerunabhängige Beratung bei Maschineninvestitionen, oder das richtige
Material geht. Unsere Binderflex Produkte bieten die Gewähr für zuverlässige
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Qualität und beste Maschinenlaufeigenschaften für eine nachhaltige Profitabilität.
men, also nicht mehr kennzeichnungspflichtigen Produkten, natürlich für alle
Auftragssysteme.
Unser „Mega“ – Trend steht übrigens schon fest: Unsere Kunden haben Binderflex die letzten Jahre zum ersten und einzigen Komplettanbieter für die Industriebuchbinderei und das Handwerk gemacht. Zur drupa werden wir uns, das
erste mal auf einer Messe, auch als Solches in dieser Form präsentieren. Der
Komplettanbieter mit allen Materialien für die Industriebuchbinderei, oder kurz
- einer für alle(s)! Das bietet viele Vorteile. Wir kennen die ganz speziellen
Probleme der Druckweiterverarbeitung und bringen unserer Erfahrung und das
Wissen der möglichen Wechselwirkungen von Materialien oder Maschinen, aus
der über 30-jährigen Erfahrung, in jede Beratung und Produktempfehlung ein –
zum Erfolg unserer Kunden.
Im Segment Selbstklebeprodukte bietet BINDERFLEX viele Lösungen und Produkte, speziell abgestimmt auf die Buchbinderei und Papierverarbeitung. So
können sich die Anwender darauf verlassen, dass es keine Wechselwirkungen
mit den diversen Oberflächen gibt, dass Temperaturbeständigkeit gegeben ist
und es letztendlich dauerhaft klebt, trotz der oft sehr hohen vorliegenden Belastungen. Natürlich ist auch die Konfektionierung speziell auf den Bereich abgestimmt oder können von uns individuell produziert werden.
Welche Trends zeigen wir im Maschinenbereich:
Binding-on demand oder Auflage 1+ wird die nächsten Jahre überproportional
wachsen. Wie so oft bei entstehenden Märkten gibt es jedoch noch keine Standards. Die Anforderungen vieler Interessenten sind noch sehr komplex. Gerade hier sehen wir unsere Aufgabe in einer umfassenden, flexiblen Beratung
für die wir, weil herstellerunabhängig in einer optimalen Position sind. Unsere
Empfehlungen für Maschinen sind immer individuell auf die Kunden zugeschnitten. Hier sprechen viele Referenzen für sich.
Für die Klebebindung von Digitaldruckpapieren bieten wir den ersten produktionssicheren und handhabbaren 1 – Zangen PUR - Klebebinder mit einem
Schlitzdüsenauftragssystem und einem hoch interessanten Preis.
Seit Jahren gehört Herzer Interflex im Bereich Drahtkammbindung zu den
führenden Anbietern in Deutschland und Österreich. Hier bieten wir vom kleinen
Handgerät bis zum Vollautomaten das komplette Programm. Zur drupa werden zwei neue Bindemaschinen von Rilecart vorgestellt. Bei Materialien bietet Binderflex ein Komplettes Sortiment aller Produkte für diesen Bereich. Die
größte Farbpalette, die unterschiedlichsten Aufhängerformen, Folien mit den
besten Zusammentrageeigenschaften.
Auch im Bereich Textilien gibt es neue Produkte. Heftfäden für die hohen Laufleistungen der modernen Fadenheftmaschinen mit guter Dehnfähigkeit und
Bruchstabilität. Bei den Binderflex Siegelfäden ist es möglich mit nur einem
Typ alle Maschinen, Papieroberflächen und –gewichte abzudecken. Ebenfalls
neu im Programm sind Kapital- und Zeichenbänder in hochwertiger Qualität und
Brillanz. Hierbei haben wir sehr viel Wert auf eine gute Wicklung gelegt, damit
es beim Abspulen keine Probleme gibt.
Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch in Düsseldorf. Gerne beraten wir Sie zu Ihren
ganz speziellen Projekten, wollen Ihre Ziele und Ihre Strategie verstehen und
zusammen mit Ihnen ganz konkrete Lösungen entwickeln. In einer Zeit immer komplexerer Aufgabenstellungen, reichen herkömmliche Lösungen oft nicht
mehr aus. Unsere Ergebnisse können sich sehen lassen: mal sind es optimierte
Prozesse, oder eine höhere Qualität, mal reduzierte Kosten. So tragen wir zum
Erfolg unserer Kunden bei.
Mit Binderflex erhalten Sie die besten Produkte für die beste Leistung, damit Sie
bei Ihren Kunden Erfolg haben.
Für eine optimale Vorbereitung und umfassendere Informationen empfehlen wir
Ihnen auch unsere Internetseite www.binderflex.de.
See you in Düsseldorf – wir wünschen eine gute Anreise!
Traditionsgemäß liegt in Düsseldorf auf unserem eigenen Stand der Schwerpunkt im Materialbereich. Ein kleiner Auszug der Produkte für klasse Bindungen
für die Industriebuchbinderei und das Handwerk:
Bei BINDERFLEX Klebstoffen bieten wir Dispersionsklebstoffe, die auch bei
Digitaldrucken beste Haltbarkeiten bieten. Unsere Bindertherm Schmelzklebstoffe haben viele Vorteile: hohe Wärmestabilität für wenig Reinigungsaufwand
und geringe Rauch- und Geruchsentwicklung. Niedrige Viskositäten für wenig
Blaseneinschluß, Fadenbildung und gute Benetzung der Blattkante. Der momentan innovativste Bereich sind jedoch die PUR – Schmelzklebstoffe. Hier
bieten wir ein komplettes Programm von traditionellen bis hin zu emissionsar-
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Product Overview
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Bookbinding accessories
05.1040
Book cover materials
05.1080
Wire and plastic bindings
05.1200
Foil & Film (material)
05.1220
Stitching wires and clamps
05.1270
Adhesive tapes and foils
05.1275
Adhesives and glues
05.1290
Plastic films
Herzer Interflex GmbH Papierverarbeitungstechnik
03.1040
Bonding machines
03.1080
Binding machine supplies
03.1120
Bookbinding accessories
03.1125
Book embossing presses
03.1145
Book cover materials
03.1210
Wire and plastic binding machines
03.1235
Corner rounding machines
03.1380
Perfect binding machines
03.1650
Die-cutting machines
03.1655
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
04.1060
Banding machines
04.1315
Calendar block making machines
04.1345
Glueing machines
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Die-cutting machines
04.1675
Die-cutters for bookbinding and print finishing
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Binding machine supplies
Hologram Industries
Address
22 Avenue de l’Europe, Parc Activités
77607 Bussy Saint, Georges
France
Phone
+33-16476-3100
Fax
+33-16476-3570
Internet address
http://www.hologram-industries.com
E-Mail
sales@hologram-industries.com
Stand
Hall 07.2, A03 (Page 1230)
Product Overview
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Hologram Industries
Adhesive tapes and foils
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Hologram Industries
Product Overview
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Hostmann Steinberg GmbH
Adhesive tapes and foils
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Printing inks
In view of the vast resources available to organized criminals, it is more indispensable than ever to invest in research and innovation. Hologram. Industries
has ongoing research programs in various fields - optical images, films, adhesives, reading systems, etc. - that will underpin tomorrow’s security solutions.
This effort is backed by active industrial property management.
05.1090
Ink, Flexo Printing
05.1095
Ink, Offset Printing
Hologram. Industries has earned the ”Innovative Enterprise” label awarded by
France’s research support agency OSEO-ANVAR. Many of its products have
received IHMA awards (International Hologram Manufacturers Association).
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Ink, Gravur Printing
05.1130
Printer’s aids
05.1135
Printer’s varnishes
05.1185
Fountain solutions
05.1510
Roller washing and treatment solutions
Research and Innovation
Hostmann Steinberg GmbH
Address
Bremer Weg 125
29223 Celle
Germany
Phone
+49-5141591-0
Product Details
05.1085
Fax
+49-5141591-202
Internet address
http://www.hostmann-steinberg.de
E-Mail
info@hsc.de
Stand
Hall 03, C68 (Page 1208)
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Printing inks
!INKREDIBLE RAPIDA® – The fast-drying inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks with fast physical
drying properties for immediate turning and postprint finishing. These process
inks with duct-fresh formulation increase productivity.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very fast setting and outstanding stacking characteristics • Ideally suited to rapid turning • High fount solution tolerance • Good gloss
• Minimal powder spraying • Ideally suited to inline coating • Minimal startup
waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free printing with
Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for fast postprint finishing and frequent
job changes. This series offers maximum flexibility with regard to different sizes
of print run and format.
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!INKREDIBLE RESISTA® – The rub-resistant inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing ink for excellent rub
resistance. These printing inks, available in both a duct-fresh and a fast-drying
variant, are formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Excellent rub resistance • Especially intensive, oxidative drying • Fast postprint finishing under high mechanical stress • Good gloss
• High fount solution tolerance • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in
the production run • Duct-fresh formulation suitable for perfecting • Chromaticity
points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free
printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for maximum mechanical stress and for
printers who work primarily with matt-coated/uncoated papers and card stocks,
with and without coating.
!NKREDIBLE IMPRESSION – The rub-resistant ink
speciality
!NKREDIBLE technology printing ink for excellent rub resistance. These printing
inks, available in duct-fresh variant, are formulated on the basis of renewable
raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very good rub resistance • High colour intensity • High
contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • Perfect sub-surface drying •
Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Suitable for
perfecting • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 126472 • For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment
of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal series for users of high-density print products who demand exceedingly high standards not only with regard to contrast and crispness
of line, but also stacking characteristics in large print runs and rub resistance.
!NKREDIBLE PERFEXION – The high-gloss ink speciality
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks for maximum gloss and intensive colour
reproduction. These printing inks with duct-fresh formulation are formulated on
the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Exceptionally high gloss • High colour intensity • High
contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • Excellent sub-surface drying •
Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Ideally suited to
perfecting • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2
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• For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of
the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal series for users who demand exceedingly high standards of gloss, colour brilliance and contrast and who are also in no way prepared to make any compromise with respect to printing characteristics and suitability for perfecting.
!NKREDIBLE REFLECTA® – The high-gloss inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks for maximum
gloss and brilliant colour reproduction. These printing inks with duct-fresh formulation are formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Exceptionally high gloss and colour brilliance • High
fount solution tolerance • Ideally suited to perfecting presses • Good oxidative
drying • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple
alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water
balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for the highest standards of gloss.
!NKREDIBLE SURPRIZE – The fast-drying ink speciality
These !NKREDIBLE technology printing inks have been specifically developed
for intensive colour reproduction. Low ink application combined with rapid physical drying properties enable superfast turning and postprint finishing even with
high stacks. This series has a duct-fresh formulation.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very fast setting and outstanding stacking characteristics • High contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • High colour
intensity • Ideally suited to inline coating and finishing • Very fast with good mechanical stability • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production
run • Minimal powder spraying • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO
2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely
fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION Printers who work in the high-density segment and with an enhanced colour space, and who demand very high levels of productivity through
frequent job changes, will find our SURPRIZE series to be the perfect ink to meet
their requirements.
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!NKREDIBLE. The complete new colour generation
for sheet-fed
ACRYLAC® EXTRA series– for specialist applications
The !NKREDIBLE inks of the hubergroup set a new
standard in the printing-ink market for sheet-fed offset printing. Inks that already meet the standards and requirements of tomorrow. Incredible - but true!
!NKREDIBLE inks are based on a new vehicle system, combined with optimised
processing possibilities. This technology makes it possible to maintain a high
proportion of renewable raw materials and resource-friendly production. The
innovative formula facilitates improved flow characteristics, which result in optimum printability, handling and press performance. !NKREDIBLE inks satisfy the
high demands of state-of-the-art, high-speed presses: fast adjustment of a stable ink/water balance and stable production conditions with alcohol-free printing.
What’s more, you benefit from features that, when it comes to drying, gloss and
rub resistance properties, are far superior to what has been previously available.
The best thing to do is try out the new !NKREDIBLE inks on your own press right
now. And see for yourself what makes these inks so incredible
ACRYLAC® – waterbased coatings for Sheet-fed offset
ACRYLAC® HIGH GLOSS High-gloss coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: Exceptionally high gloss and good blocking resistance, slow drying
ACRYLAC® PRODUCTIVITY Blocking-resistant, high-gloss coating for paper
and board Characteristics in brief: Exceptionally high gloss, very good rub and
blocking resistance, average drying speed
ACRYLAC® GLOSS Fast-drying gloss coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: High gloss, good rub, blocking and wet-blocking resistance, fast
drying
ACRYLAC® PROTECTION Rub-resistant protective coating for paper and board
Characteristics in brief: Average gloss, very good rub and blocking resistance,
good wet-blocking resistance, average drying speed
ACRYLAC® SATIN Satin protective coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: Satin gloss, very good rub, blocking and wet-blocking resistance,
average drying
ACRYLAC® SEMI MATT Semi-matt protective coating for paper and board Characteristics in brief: Semi-matt gloss, very good rub, blocking and wet-blocking
resistance, average to fast drying
ACRYLAC® MATT Matt protective coating for paper and board Characteristics in
brief: Uniform gloss effect, very good rub, blocking and wet-blocking resistance,
average to fast drying
ACRYLAC® EXTRA FOIL For optimum drying and blocking resistance on nonabsorbent substrates Characteristics in brief: This coating stands out thanks
to its extremely fast drying speed, on substrates such as foil and aluminiumvaporised paper, without crazing. The wet-blocking resistance and drying speed
are outstanding. The coating is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA PEARLESCENT Silver-white, glossy special-effect coating
for fine, pearlescent (mother-of-pearl) effects that catch the eye Characteristics
in brief: Protection and a special-effect finish for your prints in just a single pass.
The coating dries slowly and is suitable for single-sided printing. Many more
pearlescent effects and fast versions for double-sided printing are available on
request.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA ANTISLIP For antislip surfaces whilst also providing good
resistance and outstanding gloss Characteristics in brief: Specifically for folding
boxes and other print products that must not be too ”slippery” for postprint finishing. Its wet-blocking resistance and drying speed are very good. The coating
is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA GAME This specially developed playing card coating will
make you a winner Characteristics in brief: Playing cards finished with this coating have a pleasant, satiny feel to them and fan out easily and smoothly. Its
wet-blocking resistance and drying speed are very good. The coating is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA CALENDER Outstandingly suitable for subsequent calendering Characteristics in brief: With this coating and by calendering, you can
produce foil-like glossy surfaces. The coating possesses very good blocking
resistance with excellent calenderability.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA PRIMER This special coating enables trouble-free finishing by means of film laminating and UV coating Characteristics in brief: Versatile
primer. Compared with conventional final coatings, this coating offers that EXTRA bit of adhesion and scratch resistance. Thanks to its optimised formula, the
coating is also suitable for downstream spot coating and double-sided printing.
Matt version available on request.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA PRINT The brilliant, glossy solution when you don’t have
a coating unit Characteristics in brief: Low-odour and non-yellowing alternative
to printing coatings. The coating is suitable for single-sided printing only. Due
to the specific application characteristics of this coating, please observe the instructions given in Technical Information sheet 10.5.18. The Extra product for
specialist applications
ACRYLAC® EXTRA ANTI CURLING To make sure light-weight papers also stay
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flat Characteristics in brief: A specially equipped gloss coating that results in far
less curling of critical substrates compared with conventional coatings. Very
good gloss, with average drying speed, for single-sided printing. Special versions for double-sided printing or matt variants available on request.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA HEAT RESISTANT For maximum heat resistance with good
gloss and excellent rub resistance Characteristics in brief: This coating stands
out thanks to its heat resistance properties up to 250°C (depending on the underlying conditions). Its wet-blocking resistance and drying speed are outstanding.
The coating is suitable for double-sided printing.
ACRYLAC® – Water-based Coating Systems
Any product designed to finish and protect your print products is only as good
as the final result it produces in practice. In the case of high-quality coatings,
the moment of truth comes on your printing press, for it’s here that these products show what they’re really capable of. Countless numbers of customers trust
in the ACRYLAC® range of coatings made by the hubergroup – one of the
world’s leading manufacturers of printing inks and coatings. Why? Because
the ACRYLAC® range has been developed in close cooperation with leading
printing houses located all round the globe. Developed in the pressroom for the
pressroom. This combined knowledge provides valuable stimuli for the experts
in our laboratories. Joint development work is leading to totally new and outstanding products: water-based coatings that are beyond compare with respect
to brilliance, surface and application characteristics. The hubergroup’s finely
tuned ACRYLAC® products result in a perfect synergy of printing and finishing,
in a high-quality print product that will greatly impress your clients. At the same
time, carefully selected raw materials and state-of-the-art production equipment
ensure the products offer optimum printability, even on the very latest generation
of high-speed presses. That saves both time and money.
The ACRYLAC® product range – an overview:
ACRYLAC® The high-quality coatings of the ACRYLAC® range are ideally suited
to all standard sheet-fed offset applications. They stand out thanks to their very
good gloss and protective properties as well as their excellent printability – on
high-speed presses, too. One of the many different products from this range will
always offer you the right coating for a particular print job.
ACRYLAC® EXTRA
The coatings of the ACRYLAC® EXTRA series have been designed for special
applications and unusual print products. An extended range of coatings guarantees brilliant, glossy results even with highly complex print jobs.
ACRYLAC® PLUS
The ACRYLAC® PLUS coatings boast the highest possible standards in se-
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lected parameters such as high-gloss surface finishes, superfast drying or extreme rub resistance. These coatings are particularly suitable for prints with an
exceptionally high-quality requirement profile.
ACRYLAC® PLUS for special print applications
ACRYLAC® PLUS BRILLIANT For even greater gloss and brilliance Characteristics in brief: Excellent gloss development with very good rub resistance, slow
drying, good blocking resistance, suitable for single-sided printing only
ACRYLAC® PLUS HIGH PRODUCTIVITY For even greater gloss and productivity Characteristics in brief: Excellent gloss development with very good rub
resistance, average drying speed, good blocking resistance, suitable for singlesided printing only
ACRYLAC® PLUS HIGH PERFECTION For even greater gloss when doublesided printing Characteristics in brief: Excellent gloss development with very
good rub resistance, high blocking and wet-blocking resistance, fast drying, suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® PLUS SECURE For even greater wet-blocking resistance and stackability Characteristics in brief: Very fast drying, excellent blocking and wet-blocking
resistance, ideally suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® PLUS SATIN DELUXE For even greater rub resistance with a fine,
satin finish Characteristics in brief: Very good wet-blocking and rub resistance,
fine, satin finish, fast drying, suitable for double-sided printing
ACRYLAC® PLUS SEMI MATT For even greater neutrality and rub resistance
Characteristics in brief: Very good wet-blocking and rub resistance, fast drying,
suitable for double-sided printing, very neutral gloss for effective and inconspicuous protection
ACRYLAC® PLUS MATT For an even better matt effect and printability Characteristics in brief: Uniform and minimally structured matt effect on thick ink films,
too, average to fast drying, suitable for double-sided printing
HYDRO-X: waterbased printing
The new HYDRO-X ink system enables you to fulfil every
wish your customer may have concerning packaging. Depending on the task at hand and the substrate, you can produce any result you want by selecting the right extender: this
can be a high-gloss finish on coated papers, a sophisticated
design in pre-print or flawless printing on extreme absorbent
materials – fast, reliable and in perfect quality. Value for your
money. While also complying with the special requirements
of the food and drug industry HYDRO-X produces print results that will impress
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your customers in every respect. Our new HYDRO-X system is a complete package that offers precisely the right solutions for your particular needs. We set the
industry standards when it comes to individuality, dependability and support.
HYDROWELL (PRE and POST) The series for all pre-printing and post-printing
of corrugated board
component ink • Application Instruction see: technical information Advantages
for you: • In many cases, there is no need for additional functional barriers,
such as coating of the inside or inner bags (secondary packaging) •The folding box can be used as primary packaging, i.e. as single-material packaging
• Folding boxes printed with MGA-CORONA® inks and varnished inline with
MGA-ACRYLAC® dispersion varnish are deemed safe packaging in terms of
foodstuff regulations
HYDROBAG For the diverse requirements ranging from ordinary paper sacks
to high-quality paper bags.
NewV brid – Hybrid ink system for the offset process
Our HYDRO-X range at a glance:
HYDROTOP Our top product for highquality packaging, which also meets the
stringent conditions of the food and drug industry.
HYDROLAC Encompasses the entire variety of overprint coatings, e.g. highgloss coatings matt coatings special-effect coatings functional coatings
HYDRO-XTRA Gold and silver inks Metallic inks Special-effect inks
HYDRO-LOVE Covers all of our services and assists you to bring out the best
in your prints.
MGA – Printing inks for Food packaging
The hubergroup’s MGA series is the world’s first lowmigration ink system for producing food-friendly food
packaging. MGA inks and varnishes are organoleptically neutral and contain only substances that are nontoxic, non-hazardous and harmless, and even these in
concentrations that fall way below the statutory limits set!! The MGA system
means manufacturers of foodstuffs are already ideally equipped to meet future
legal requirements for consumer protection right now. MGA-CORONA®–inks •
are low- migration, low-odour and low-swelling inks • constitute a system has
been granted a European patent (European Patent No. 0 886 671) • contain
vehicles based on renewable raw materials
• dry purely through absorption on absorbent substrates, such as folding
boxboard, and must be varnished inline with MGA-ACRYLAC® dispersion
varnish • contain pigments that meet the requirements of EU Resolution AP
(89)1/EC
• are available as a PANTONE® and CRS mixing system
MGA-ACRYLAC® Dispersion varnishes •special selected raw materials • developed for varnishing MGA®-inks • separate contamination free production
MGA®-Silver New: • low-migration, low-odour due to special selected raw materials • processing from the offset unit without difficulties • available as two-
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Choose NewV brid and you’ll be able to make the very
most of all the opportunities and benefits the hybrid process has to offer. Be it posters, postcards or other highgloss print products, the print result will impress both you
and your clients. For this UV hybrid ink is impressive in
a whole range of ways. In addition to its radiant gloss,
NewV brid boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and
a high level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given
by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Conventional sheet-fed offset • Continuous
forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • High gloss • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing •
High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water balance • Suitable for laser printing applications • Minimal swelling of rollers and the blanket •
Suitable for achieving special effects and finishes
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Thermal
papers* • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed
material** • Top-coated grades of board**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of atleast 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
NewV CRS: the UV ink mixing system for spot colours
NewV CRS, the software for mixing inks, offers printshops a flexible UV ink mixing system with a multitude of genuine advantages. It lets you make up any
spot colour you want – with optimised fastness properties – reliably, precisely
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and reproducibly at any time. CRS is available for the following products: set,
pack, MGA, brid, poly and label.
Web offset heatset inks: !NKREDIBLE RVOLUTION
Any technology is only as good as the results it produces in the field. In the
case of printing inks, the moment of truth comes on the printing press. For it’s
here that the ink shows what it’s really capable of. During the course of a development period covering many years, countless tests and a global exchange of
knowledge, the hubergroup has succeeded in achieving a level of quality never
seen before in printing inks. !NKREDIBLE printing inks are based on a new type
of hard resin with optimised surface characteristics, which has been developed
in our own laboratories. In conjunction with optimised production technology, we
have managed to produce inks that are beyond compare with respect to printing
stability, colour brilliance and contrast.
!NKREDIBLE REVOLUTION – this ink series runs and runs and runs and runs
and runs and runs and runs ... Speed and productivity are two of the most important factors in web offset heatset. The !NKREDIBLE REVOLUTION ink series
stands out thanks mainly to its revolutionary stability in the production run and
the excellent drying characteristics at maximum web speeds. This leads among
other things to extended washing intervals and saves paper and time, too; factors that contribute greatly to increased productivity and lower costs. The heatset
ink series based on !NKREDIBLE technology that satisfies all the requirements
of the very latest high-speed presses. Perfect printability, a high degree of gloss
in combination with colour-intensive, pure hues and ideal trapping characteristics guarantee optimum print results with maximum productivity in all situations.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES Typical properties ONPRESS: • Optimum ink transfer
in the inking unit • Maximum stability during the production run • Longer production times and extended washing intervals with sensitive substrates • Minimal
washout • Excellent drying characteristics at maximum web speeds • Minimal
startup waste thanks to an improved ink/water balance • Very good low misting
properties • For simple alcohol-free printing with REDUFIX®
Typical properties POSTPRESS: • Fantastic gloss • High dot definition • High
contrast and optimised ink trapping • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN
ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 APPLICATION The ideal series for users who demand
exceedingly high standards of gloss, colour brilliance and contrast and who are
also in no way prepared to make any compromise with respect to speed and
productivity.
Excellent drying / higher web speed Minimal startup waste / paper cost savings
Extended washing intervals / paper cost savings = higher productivity / lower
costs!
REVOLUTION auxiliaries
Printing inks are team players and need – depending on the circumstances and
requirements – auxiliaries. Don’t take any risks with regards to compatibility and
quality. Be sure you use the following products and nothing else:
FOUNT CONCENTRATES • REDUFIX® for standard printing
• REDUFIX® AF for reduced-alcohol and alcohol-free printing
COATINGS • ACRYLAC® water-based emulsion coatings for glossy, matt-satin
and matt effects
• PRINTLAC® oil-based varnishes for glossy, matt-satin and matt effects
NewV fix – Fount concentrates for UV/Hybrid printing
A stable ink/water balance is of crucial importance to the
success of the UV/Hybrid printing process. NewV fix is a
fount concentrate that has been perfectly matched to the
requirements of the NewV product family. A high-quality
additive, it enables perfect results to be produced both
on absorbent (paper/board) and non-absorbent surfaces
(plastic/metal).
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset •
Continuous forms
Special properties: • Formation of a stable and thin film of fount solution through
careful reduction of the surface tension • Fast plate runoff • Formation of a stable ink/water emulsion • Good protection of the printing plates • IPA reduction •
Accredited as non-corrosive in accordance with current rules
Suitable substrates: • For absorbent stocks (paper, board) • For non-absorbent
stocks (plastics, metals)
TACK VARIANTS The REVOLUTION ink series is available in three tack variants: H = High Tack High tack for LWC papers M = Medium Tack Medium tack
for SC stocks L = Low Tack Low tack for newsprint
ECONOMIC ADVANTAGES More stable production run / reduced down time
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NewV flex – UV flexo inks for absorbent and nonabsorbent su
If it’s labels, shrink sleeves or other comparable products
you want to print in the flexo process, you’ll fi nd the hubergroup’s NewV flex to be an ink that leaves nothing to
be desired. This UV flexo ink for use on absorbent and
non-absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of ways. In addition to low odour values, NewV flex
boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and optimum
fl ow properties. And it goes without saying that it offers
you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of
the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Flexo Special properties: • Low odour • High
colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent fl ow properties • Excellent
resistance • ITX-free formula Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP
(corona or gas fl ame) or preprimed material** • Papers and card stocks • Thermal papers* • Aluminium-vaporised paper** • NC-varnished aluminium foils**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP (corona or gas flame)
or preprimed material** • Coated and uncoated papers • Thermal papers* •
Aluminium-vaporised paper** • Aluminium foils**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
NewV lac – UV varnishes for offset, flexo and varnishing mac
If you want to finish your print products with high-quality
UV varnish effects, there’s now an outstanding range of
products that has been specifically formulated for a large
number of varnishing techniques, right through to Iriodin®
effects: it’s called NewV lac. These UV varnishes for use
on absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces are impressive in a whole range of ways. In addition to attractive
gloss/matt effects, NewV lac boasts good flow properties, fast curing and pleasantly low odour values. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Inline finishing: using the varnishing, printing or dampening system • Offline finishing: using a varnishing machine
NewV label – UV letterpress inks for label printing
If it’s champagne labels, beer labels or other comparable
products you want to print in the letterpress process, you’ll
find the hubergroup’s NewV label ink a highly convincing speciality ink formulated specifically for label printing.
This UV letterpress ink for use on absorbent and nonabsorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of
ways. NewV label stands out thanks to optimum adhesion, intensive, rich colours and fast curing. And it goes
without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance
given by all the products of the NewV family.
Special properties: • Gloss/matt effects possible • Iriodin® effects possible •
Good flow properties • Low odour • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent chemical/mechanical resistance • Good adhesion • Low yellowing • Hot-foil stampable
Suitable substrates: • Papers and card stocks • Non-absorbent substrates*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m
in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and differentsubstrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Letterpress
Special properties: • Good adhesion on non-absorbent surfaces • High colour
intensity • Fast, immediate curing • Suitability for hot foil stamping, laminating
and thermotransfer
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NewV MGA – UV system for food packaging process
(under devel
Food packaging must not contain any substances that
could be transferred to the contents in quantities that exceed the legal limits. This is why the hubergroup has
now developed a truly reliable solution: NewV MGA (under developoement). In addition to low migration and
odour values, this UV offset ink for absorbent surfaces
impresses with intensive, rich colours, fast curing and a
high level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers
you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of
the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress • Finishing
Special properties: • Low migration • Low odour • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance
Product range MGA: • Ink • Varnish • Fount concentrate
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed material* •
Top-coated grades of board*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Special properties: • Low-odour formulation • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance • ITX-free formula
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed material* •
Top-coated grades of board*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
NewV poly – UV offset inks for printing on films
Cosmetics/spirits packaging, lenticular displays, bank
and plastic cards and other print products made on nonabsorbent substrates can now be produced reliably and
in top quality with NewV poly. This UV offset ink for use
on non-absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of ways. In addition to its optimum adhesion, NewV
poly boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and a high
level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all
the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • Excellent adhesion on non-absorbent surfaces • High
colour intensity • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance • ITX-free formula • Suitability for hot foil stamping and laminating
NewV pack – UV ink system for the packaging process
When it comes to secondary packaging for the food and
cosmetics sectors, purity of colour and high colour intensity are an absolute must. This is why the hubergroup
has now developed a truly reliable solution: NewV pack.
In addition to low odour values, this UV offset ink for absorbent surfaces impresses with intensive, rich colours,
fast curing and a high level of fount solution tolerance.
And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP (corona or gas flame) or
preprimed material* • Aluminium-vaporised paper and board* • Aluminium foils*
We recommend application of a UV varnish in order to provide effective protection of the print image.
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
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NewV set – UV ink system for the offset process
Available for the entire NewV range
If it’s protective jackets for books or a huge range of different types of commercial work you want to print, you
can choose no better a product than NewV set. When
the crucial criteria for production is the printing speed,
such as in continuous-form or direct-mail production,
NewV set reveals its true strengths. This UV offset ink
for use on absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole
manner of ways. In addition to intensive, rich colours,
NewV set boasts fast curing, a high level of fount solution tolerance and quick
adjustment of the ink/water balance. And it goes without saying that it offers you
the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the
NewV family.
Special properties: • Optimises the picking characteristics (for tack reduction) •
Decreases friction (for better surface slip) • Optimises flow properties • Speeds
up curing • Increases rub resistance • Improves scratch resistance
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount
solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water balance • Suitable for laser
printing applications
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Thermal
papers* • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed
material** • Top-coated grades of board**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
NewV – The new generation of UV-inks from the hubergroup
Come and meet the new ink generation. It’s genuinely
impressive: NewV from the hubergroup. A unique family
of UV inks that offers a multitude of advantages: fresh,
intensive colours, excellent flow properties, consistently
high quality – you name it … At the same time, NewV
is suitable for use with a multitude of different substrates
and printing processes, from offset, letterpress and flexo
through to hybrid printing. At last, there’s now a single product series on the
market that let’s you master almost all UV jobs: the hubergroup’s NewV series.
The complete programme at a glance
The following table and list provide an overview of the entire NewV ink system
right through to NewV CRS, the ink mixing system for spot colours. And, of
course, the UV inks are complemented by fount concentrates, auxiliaries and
UV varnishes that are perfectly matched to the respective printing process and
the different substrates. The table below provides an overview of the entire UV
ink system at a glance.
NewV set UV offset inks for paper and board
NewV pack, MGA Special UV offset inks for sensitive product packaging
NewV brid High-gloss hybrid inks for printing in the hybrid process
NewV poly UV offset inks for printing on films
NewV sup – Auxiliaries for UV printing
NewV label UV letterpress inks for printing labels
NewV sup offers you a high-quality range of auxiliaries
for optimising your UV printing process. Use the additive designed for your particular application to adjust the
picking characteristics, surface slip properties, flow properties and curing characteristics of your inks. NewV sup
is perfectly matched to the requirements of the NewV
product family and therefore an indispensable aid in the
everyday working life of a printer.
NewV flex UV flexo inks for absorbent and non-absorbent substrates
NewV lac UV varnishes for offset and flexo presses and varnishing machines
for finishing and special effects
NewV fix Fount concentrates for UV printing
NewV sup UV auxiliaries for print optimisation
NewV CRS: the UV ink mixing system for spot colours
Printing processes with UV curing: • Conventional sheet-fed offset • Continuous
forms • Letterpress • Flexo
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Packaging Printing – solvent-based: The Gecko®-System
turer who is renowned for his all-inclusive system solutions and appreciated all
round the world for the teamwork he offers.
To be capable of satisfying an unbelievably wide range of
customer demands quickly and perfectly and at the same
time be easy to use – these are the absolute minimum requirements for a modern ink system for solvent-based packaging printing and you should no longer put up with any less.
Thanks to its simple formulation method, our new, modular
Gecko® system guarantees maximum production reliability
and leads quickly and efficiently to solutions to the most diverse of tasks.
Lacquers and varnishes e.g. • overprint lacquers • High-Gloss lacquers • 2 Component lacquers • COF Lacquers • Dispersions varnishes
Special whites • Single Component White (e.g. for bread sterilisation) • two
component white • whites for increased half-tone quality
Metallic and special effect inks • Metallic inks based on NC, acrylate and PVB •
Special effect lacquers and inks
Additives • Additives for adjusting print properties
The Gecko®-System at a glance:
Primer e.g. • for treatment of aluminium foils or metallised substrates
Gecko® Base NC-based concentrates High-intensity pigment concentrates with
a wide range of colour shades and fastness properties. Ideal for use in in-house
mixing stations.
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HYDRO-X: waterbased printing
For surface printing:
For lamination:
The new HYDRO-X ink system enables you to fulfil every
wish your customer may have concerning packaging. Depending on the task at hand and the substrate, you can produce any result you want by selecting the right extender: this
can be a high-gloss finish on coated papers, a sophisticated
design in pre-print or flawless printing on extreme absorbent
materials – fast, reliable and in perfect quality. Value for your
money. While also complying with the special requirements
of the food and drug industry HYDRO-X produces print results that will impress
your customers in every respect. Our new HYDRO-X system is a complete package that offers precisely the right solutions for your particular needs. We set the
industry standards when it comes to individuality, dependability and support.
Gecko® Bond for lamination with very different combinations and conditions.
Suitable for solvent-based and solvent-free laminating adhesives.
Our HYDRO-X range at a glance:
Gecko® Frontal
Frontal-Plus – for printing on aluminium or paper
Frontal-Eco – for standard applications on films with good surface adhesion and
rub resistance
Frontal-Uni – for universal application when demands with respect to scratch
resistance and other mechanical properties are exceedingly high
Gecko® Zoom Solutions for shrink foils and applications (PE, PVC, PET, OPS)
Bond-Top – for standard lamination applications. For printing on PE, OPP and
chemically treated PET and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP and
paper.
Bond-Star – universal application. For printing on corona- or chemically treated
PET, OPA, PE and OPP and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP or
PET, aluminium/PE and paper.
Gecko® Lacquers, varnishes and special products
Printing inks are team players and require – depending on the circumstances and
requirements – supplementary products. Don’t take any risks when it comes to
compatibility and quality if you can get the lot from one and the same manufac-
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HYDROWELL (PRE and POST) The series for all pre-printing and post-printing
of corrugated board
HYDROBAG For the diverse requirements ranging from ordinary paper sacks
to high-quality paper bags.
HYDROTOP Our top product for highquality packaging, which also meets the
stringent conditions of the food and drug industry.
HYDROLAC Encompasses the entire variety of overprint coatings, e.g. highgloss coatings matt coatings special-effect coatings functional coatings
HYDRO-XTRA Gold and silver inks Metallic inks Special-effect inks
HYDRO-LOVE Covers all of our services and assists you to bring out the best
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in your prints.
Special properties: • Gloss/matt effects possible • Iriodin® effects possible •
Good flow properties • Low odour • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent chemical/mechanical resistance • Good adhesion • Low yellowing • Hot-foil stampable
NewV flex – UV flexo inks for absorbent and nonabsorbent su
If it’s labels, shrink sleeves or other comparable products
you want to print in the flexo process, you’ll fi nd the hubergroup’s NewV flex to be an ink that leaves nothing to
be desired. This UV flexo ink for use on absorbent and
non-absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of ways. In addition to low odour values, NewV flex
boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and optimum
fl ow properties. And it goes without saying that it offers
you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of
the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Flexo Special properties: • Low odour • High
colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent fl ow properties • Excellent
resistance • ITX-free formula Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP
(corona or gas fl ame) or preprimed material** • Papers and card stocks • Thermal papers* • Aluminium-vaporised paper** • NC-varnished aluminium foils**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m
in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and differentsubstrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Packaging Printing – solvent-based: The Gecko®-System
To be capable of satisfying an unbelievably wide range of
customer demands quickly and perfectly and at the same
time be easy to use – these are the absolute minimum requirements for a modern ink system for solvent-based packaging printing and you should no longer put up with any less.
Thanks to its simple formulation method, our new, modular
Gecko® system guarantees maximum production reliability
and leads quickly and efficiently to solutions to the most diverse of tasks.
The Gecko®-System at a glance:
Gecko® Base NC-based concentrates High-intensity pigment concentrates with
a wide range of colour shades and fastness properties. Ideal for use in in-house
mixing stations.
For surface printing:
NewV lac – UV varnishes for offset, flexo and varnishing mac
Gecko® Frontal
If you want to finish your print products with high-quality
UV varnish effects, there’s now an outstanding range of
products that has been specifically formulated for a large
number of varnishing techniques, right through to Iriodin®
effects: it’s called NewV lac. These UV varnishes for use
on absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces are impressive in a whole range of ways. In addition to attractive
gloss/matt effects, NewV lac boasts good flow properties, fast curing and pleasantly low odour values. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Inline finishing: using the varnishing, printing or dampening system • Offline finishing: using a varnishing machine
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Frontal-Plus – for printing on aluminium or paper
Frontal-Eco – for standard applications on films with good surface adhesion and
rub resistance
Frontal-Uni – for universal application when demands with respect to scratch
resistance and other mechanical properties are exceedingly high
Gecko® Zoom Solutions for shrink foils and applications (PE, PVC, PET, OPS)
For lamination:
Gecko® Bond for lamination with very different combinations and conditions.
Suitable for solvent-based and solvent-free laminating adhesives.
Bond-Top – for standard lamination applications. For printing on PE, OPP and
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chemically treated PET and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP and
paper.
Bond-Star – universal application. For printing on corona- or chemically treated
PET, OPA, PE and OPP and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP or
PET, aluminium/PE and paper.
Gecko® Lacquers, varnishes and special products
Printing inks are team players and require – depending on the circumstances and
requirements – supplementary products. Don’t take any risks when it comes to
compatibility and quality if you can get the lot from one and the same manufacturer who is renowned for his all-inclusive system solutions and appreciated all
round the world for the teamwork he offers.
Lacquers and varnishes e.g. • overprint lacquers • High-Gloss lacquers • 2 Component lacquers • COF Lacquers • Dispersions varnishes
Special whites • Single Component White (e.g. for bread sterilisation) • two
component white • whites for increased half-tone quality
Metallic and special effect inks • Metallic inks based on NC, acrylate and PVB •
Special effect lacquers and inks
Additives • Additives for adjusting print properties
Primer e.g. • for treatment of aluminium foils or metallised substrates
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!INKREDIBLE RAPIDA® – The fast-drying inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks with fast physical
drying properties for immediate turning and postprint finishing. These process
inks with duct-fresh formulation increase productivity.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very fast setting and outstanding stacking characteristics • Ideally suited to rapid turning • High fount solution tolerance • Good gloss
• Minimal powder spraying • Ideally suited to inline coating • Minimal startup
waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free printing with
Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for fast postprint finishing and frequent
job changes. This series offers maximum flexibility with regard to different sizes
of print run and format.
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!INKREDIBLE RESISTA® – The rub-resistant inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing ink for excellent rub
resistance. These printing inks, available in both a duct-fresh and a fast-drying
variant, are formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Excellent rub resistance • Especially intensive, oxidative drying • Fast postprint finishing under high mechanical stress • Good gloss
• High fount solution tolerance • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in
the production run • Duct-fresh formulation suitable for perfecting • Chromaticity
points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free
printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for maximum mechanical stress and for
printers who work primarily with matt-coated/uncoated papers and card stocks,
with and without coating.
!NKREDIBLE IMPRESSION – The rub-resistant ink
speciality
!NKREDIBLE technology printing ink for excellent rub resistance. These printing
inks, available in duct-fresh variant, are formulated on the basis of renewable
raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very good rub resistance • High colour intensity • High
contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • Perfect sub-surface drying •
Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Suitable for
perfecting • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 126472 • For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment
of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION The ideal series for users of high-density print products who demand exceedingly high standards not only with regard to contrast and crispness
of line, but also stacking characteristics in large print runs and rub resistance.
!NKREDIBLE PERFEXION – The high-gloss ink speciality
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks for maximum gloss and intensive colour
reproduction. These printing inks with duct-fresh formulation are formulated on
the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Exceptionally high gloss • High colour intensity • High
contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • Excellent sub-surface drying •
Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Ideally suited to
perfecting • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2
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• For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of
the ink/water balance
!NKREDIBLE. The complete new colour generation
for sheet-fed
APPLICATION The ideal series for users who demand exceedingly high standards of gloss, colour brilliance and contrast and who are also in no way prepared to make any compromise with respect to printing characteristics and suitability for perfecting.
The !NKREDIBLE inks of the hubergroup set a new
standard in the printing-ink market for sheet-fed offset printing. Inks that already meet the standards and requirements of tomorrow. Incredible - but true!
!NKREDIBLE inks are based on a new vehicle system, combined with optimised
processing possibilities. This technology makes it possible to maintain a high
proportion of renewable raw materials and resource-friendly production. The
innovative formula facilitates improved flow characteristics, which result in optimum printability, handling and press performance. !NKREDIBLE inks satisfy the
high demands of state-of-the-art, high-speed presses: fast adjustment of a stable ink/water balance and stable production conditions with alcohol-free printing.
What’s more, you benefit from features that, when it comes to drying, gloss and
rub resistance properties, are far superior to what has been previously available.
The best thing to do is try out the new !NKREDIBLE inks on your own press right
now. And see for yourself what makes these inks so incredible
!NKREDIBLE REFLECTA® – The high-gloss inks
!NKREDIBLE technology printing inks for maximum
gloss and brilliant colour reproduction. These printing inks with duct-fresh formulation are formulated on the basis of renewable raw materials.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Exceptionally high gloss and colour brilliance • High
fount solution tolerance • Ideally suited to perfecting presses • Good oxidative
drying • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production run • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO 2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple
alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely fast adjustment of the ink/water
balance
APPLICATION The ideal process series for the highest standards of gloss.
!NKREDIBLE SURPRIZE – The fast-drying ink speciality
These !NKREDIBLE technology printing inks have been specifically developed
for intensive colour reproduction. Low ink application combined with rapid physical drying properties enable superfast turning and postprint finishing even with
high stacks. This series has a duct-fresh formulation.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES • Very fast setting and outstanding stacking characteristics • High contrast and dot definition in colour reproduction • High colour
intensity • Ideally suited to inline coating and finishing • Very fast with good mechanical stability • Minimal startup waste • Maximum stability in the production
run • Minimal powder spraying • Chromaticity points in compliance with DIN ISO
2846-1 and 12647-2 • For simple alcohol-free printing with Substifix® • Extremely
fast adjustment of the ink/water balance
APPLICATION Printers who work in the high-density segment and with an enhanced colour space, and who demand very high levels of productivity through
frequent job changes, will find our SURPRIZE series to be the perfect ink to meet
their requirements.
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MGA – Printing inks for Food packaging
The hubergroup’s MGA series is the world’s first lowmigration ink system for producing food-friendly food
packaging. MGA inks and varnishes are organoleptically neutral and contain only substances that are nontoxic, non-hazardous and harmless, and even these in
concentrations that fall way below the statutory limits set!! The MGA system
means manufacturers of foodstuffs are already ideally equipped to meet future
legal requirements for consumer protection right now. MGA-CORONA®–inks •
are low- migration, low-odour and low-swelling inks • constitute a system has
been granted a European patent (European Patent No. 0 886 671) • contain
vehicles based on renewable raw materials
• dry purely through absorption on absorbent substrates, such as folding
boxboard, and must be varnished inline with MGA-ACRYLAC® dispersion
varnish • contain pigments that meet the requirements of EU Resolution AP
(89)1/EC
• are available as a PANTONE® and CRS mixing system
MGA-ACRYLAC® Dispersion varnishes •special selected raw materials • developed for varnishing MGA®-inks • separate contamination free production
MGA®-Silver New: • low-migration, low-odour due to special selected raw materials • processing from the offset unit without difficulties • available as twocomponent ink • Application Instruction see: technical information Advantages
for you: • In many cases, there is no need for additional functional barriers,
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such as coating of the inside or inner bags (secondary packaging) •The folding box can be used as primary packaging, i.e. as single-material packaging
• Folding boxes printed with MGA-CORONA® inks and varnished inline with
MGA-ACRYLAC® dispersion varnish are deemed safe packaging in terms of
foodstuff regulations
NewV brid – Hybrid ink system for the offset process
Choose NewV brid and you’ll be able to make the very
most of all the opportunities and benefits the hybrid process has to offer. Be it posters, postcards or other highgloss print products, the print result will impress both you
and your clients. For this UV hybrid ink is impressive in
a whole range of ways. In addition to its radiant gloss,
NewV brid boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and
a high level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given
by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Conventional sheet-fed offset • Continuous
forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • High gloss • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing •
High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water balance • Suitable for laser printing applications • Minimal swelling of rollers and the blanket •
Suitable for achieving special effects and finishes
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Thermal
papers* • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed
material** • Top-coated grades of board**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of atleast 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
NewV lac – UV varnishes for offset, flexo and varnishing mac
If you want to finish your print products with high-quality
UV varnish effects, there’s now an outstanding range of
products that has been specifically formulated for a large
number of varnishing techniques, right through to Iriodin®
effects: it’s called NewV lac. These UV varnishes for use
on absorbent and non-absorbent surfaces are impressive in a whole range of ways. In addition to attractive
gloss/matt effects, NewV lac boasts good flow properties, fast curing and pleasantly low odour values. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Inline finishing: using the varnishing, printing or dampening system • Offline finishing: using a varnishing machine
Special properties: • Gloss/matt effects possible • Iriodin® effects possible •
Good flow properties • Low odour • Fast, immediate curing • Excellent chemical/mechanical resistance • Good adhesion • Low yellowing • Hot-foil stampable
Suitable substrates: • Papers and card stocks • Non-absorbent substrates*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m
in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and differentsubstrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
NewV MGA – UV system for food packaging process
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Food packaging must not contain any substances that
could be transferred to the contents in quantities that exceed the legal limits. This is why the hubergroup has
now developed a truly reliable solution: NewV MGA (under developoement). In addition to low migration and
odour values, this UV offset ink for absorbent surfaces
impresses with intensive, rich colours, fast curing and a
high level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers
you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of
the NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress • Finishing
Special properties: • Low migration • Low odour • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
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NewV poly – UV offset inks for printing on films
Product range MGA: • Ink • Varnish • Fount concentrate
Cosmetics/spirits packaging, lenticular displays, bank
and plastic cards and other print products made on nonabsorbent substrates can now be produced reliably and
in top quality with NewV poly. This UV offset ink for use
on non-absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole manner of ways. In addition to its optimum adhesion, NewV
poly boasts intensive, rich colours, fast curing and a high
level of fount solution tolerance. And it goes without saying that it offers you the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all
the products of the NewV family.
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed material* •
Top-coated grades of board*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
NewV pack – UV ink system for the packaging process
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
When it comes to secondary packaging for the food and
cosmetics sectors, purity of colour and high colour intensity are an absolute must. This is why the hubergroup
has now developed a truly reliable solution: NewV pack.
In addition to low odour values, this UV offset ink for absorbent surfaces impresses with intensive, rich colours,
fast curing and a high level of fount solution tolerance.
And it goes without saying that it offers you the same
high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the NewV family.
Special properties: • Excellent adhesion on non-absorbent surfaces • High
colour intensity • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance • ITX-free formula • Suitability for hot foil stamping and laminating
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Letterpress
Special properties: • Low-odour formulation • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water
balance • ITX-free formula
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed material* •
Top-coated grades of board*
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
Suitable substrates: • Pretreated PE, PVC and PP (corona or gas flame) or
preprimed material* • Aluminium-vaporised paper and board* • Aluminium foils*
We recommend application of a UV varnish in order to provide effective protection of the print image.
* Non-absorbent substrates must have a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in
order to ensure optimum ink adhesion. In view of the large number of substrate
suppliers and different substrates and substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior to beginning the print run.
NewV set – UV ink system for the offset process
If it’s protective jackets for books or a huge range of different types of commercial work you want to print, you
can choose no better a product than NewV set. When
the crucial criteria for production is the printing speed,
such as in continuous-form or direct-mail production,
NewV set reveals its true strengths. This UV offset ink
for use on absorbent surfaces is impressive in a whole
manner of ways. In addition to intensive, rich colours,
NewV set boasts fast curing, a high level of fount solution tolerance and quick
adjustment of the ink/water balance. And it goes without saying that it offers you
the same high quality and excellent brilliance given by all the products of the
NewV family.
Printing processes with UV curing: • Sheet-fed offset • Continuous forms • Let-
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Gecko® Zoom Solutions for shrink foils and applications (PE, PVC, PET, OPS)
Special properties: • High colour intensity • Fast, immediate curing • High fount
solution tolerance • Quick adjustment of the ink/water balance • Suitable for laser
printing applications
For lamination:
Suitable substrates: • Coated and uncoated papers and card stocks • Thermal
papers* • Conditionally for pretreated PE, PP (corona or gas flame) or preprimed
material** • Top-coated grades of board**
* A number of thermal papers react to UV vehicles. For this reason, always carry
out a test prior to beginning the print run. ** Non-absorbent substrates must have
a surface tension of at least 38 mN/m in order to ensure optimum ink adhesion.
In view of the large number of substrate suppliers and different substrates and
substrate grades available, we recommend you carry out an adhesion test prior
to beginning the print run.
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Gecko® Bond for lamination with very different combinations and conditions.
Suitable for solvent-based and solvent-free laminating adhesives.
Bond-Top – for standard lamination applications. For printing on PE, OPP and
chemically treated PET and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP and
paper.
Bond-Star – universal application. For printing on corona- or chemically treated
PET, OPA, PE and OPP and laminating to PE, OPP, cPP, metallised OPP or
PET, aluminium/PE and paper.
Gecko® Lacquers, varnishes