Domino to debut seven-colour label press

Domino will be showing off a new seven colour variant of its N610i UV label press at next week’s Label Expo show in America. The seven colours include orange, violet and white as well as CMYK. Domino claims that its white is particularly opaque, a key requirement for many label producers.

The N610i can produce 600 x 600 dpi native print resolution and run at up to 75m/min.

Domino will also show a five colour version, with white ink, with one press configured for inline finishing and the other for roll to roll printing. Also on the stand will be the K600i monochrome digital UV ink jet printer, which is designed to integrate variable data within existing sheet, web-fed presses and finishing lines up to 588mm in width.





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