Colordyne has announced a new label press, the 2800 Series Mini Laser Pro, which is aimed at mid-volume production and neatly rounds out the company’s portfolio. Continue reading “Colordyne launches mid-volume label printer”
Tilia Labs, which mainly develops planning, imposition, and automation software, has partnered with MIS company Cerm in order to offer integrated prepress capabilities to the label sector. Continue reading “Tilia Labs teams up with Cerm to gang labels”
Flint has released a new process ink for producing in-mould labels for metallised paper and non-absorbent substrates, Novastar D 2000 IML Bio. Continue reading “Flint launches Novastar In-Mould label inks”
Last week I covered Xeikon’s attempts to develop an inkjet label press based on an existing design from an unnamed vendor. Yesterday, I reported that EFI was planning to spin off its Jetrion inkjet presses to an unnamed developer. So, it’s not surprising that today we have news that Xeikon has been working with EFI and has signed a deal over EFI’s Jetrion label presses. Continue reading “Xeikon signs agreement with EFI over Jetrion”
EFI has revealed it is in the midst of selling its Jetrion inkjet label presses business whilst reporting disappointing figures for the third quarter of this year.
Pantec GS Systems has updated its Rhino foil embossing with a new, faster Rhino IIS aimed at the narrow web label market. Continue reading “Pantec updates Rhino foil embossing”
There are two common assumptions about the narrow web Label sector – that the conventional flexo is a mature technology with only incremental advances and that digital is advancing rapidly.
HP used last week’s Label Expo show to announced a couple of new products for its Indigo range, including a new finishing machine known as GEM, a faster version of its DFE and a silver ink. Continue reading “HP targets label finishing”