KBA MetalPrint will be showing off a new printer, the CS MetalCan, at the MetPack show in Essen, Germany in May. The MetalCan is aimed at printing to drinks cans and will be marked under a Can Solutions label. Continue reading “KBA develops metal can printing system”
Kodak has finally seen sense and decided not to sell its Stream inkjet business after all. Mind you, Kodak does have form here, having sold the inkjet business once already, to Scitex in 1993 for $70 million, before buying it back later in 2004 for $250 million.
Pulse Roll Label has launched a new range of UV flexo inks for the food label market. The company has built on its existing PureTone range with a new PureTone Food Packaging Compliant, or FPC series. Continue reading “Pulse launches new UV flexo ink”
Landa finally appears ready to deliver on the promise of its nanographic print technology that was first announced at Drupa 2012. The company has announced the first three customers to beta test its simplex B1 S10 Nanographics press, which means that we could be looking at commercial availability for the S10 in the first half of next year. Continue reading “Landa reveals first three beta sites”
Nilpeter has overhauled its Panorama digital label press with a complete redesign of its converting and flexo printing units as well as a major update of the press software. Continue reading “Nilpeter enhances Panorama digital label press”
Manroland has shared details of its new Varioman, an offset-gravure hybrid packaging printing press. Continue reading “Manroland announces new Varioman packaging press”