Color-Logic certifies Mark Andy Digital IQ

Color-Logic has certified Mark Andy’s Digital Series iQ hybrid label press for use with its own metallic printing system.

Mark Andy has built this Digital Series IQ hybrid label press around a Domino N610i UV inkjet press.

Color-Logic has developed a licensed system for communicating metallic print values but it’s necessary to certify each press to work with this system. Color-Logic claims that its system offers printers an economical and easy way of producing metallic embellishments.

Mark Geeves, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing, said: “With Color-Logic software and the Mark Andy Digital Series iQ press, label producers can provide their customers with digitally printed labels on metallic substrate without the time-consuming task of producing white ink masks manually. Even the most complex metallic images–those requiring white ink masks that might take hours or even days to prepare–are produced with just a few mouse clicks. Color-Logic also enables designers to economically add elements into a design that are very difficult to replicate but can be seen by consumers on the shelf.”

The Digital Series IQ is a hybrid flexo press that’s based around a Domino N610i UV inkjet press combined with inline converting units. It has a maximum web width of 330mm and can be configured with up to seven digital colours.

You can find further details on the press from markandy.com and on the metallic system from color-logic.com.


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