Mark Andy uses Domino inkjet

Mark Andy has launched a new narrow web label press, the Digital Series IQ, a hybrid press that’s based around a Domino N610i UV inkjet press and is designed to print to pressure sensitive papers and films as well as light carton.

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

The press has a maximum web width of 330mm, which is dictated by the Domino unit. Mark Andy has added its own inline converting units to create a fully integrated production line. Customers can specify which units according to their needs, with early adopters having opted for additional print stations as well as semi rotary die cutting, inline slitting combined with a rail system. Other options include embossing, lamination and cold foiling.

The N610i is a proven performer and has been used by several OEMs, including MPS and Xeikon. It can be configured with up to seven colours – CMYKOV+WW – and takes Domino ink. It uses Kyocera printheads with resolution up to 600dpi. It can run at up to 70mpm though 50mpm is a more realistic figure for the white inks and for higher quality work.

It comes with a DFE from Esko but with the addition of Global Graphics’ ScreenPro for inkjet, which is designed to improve the output from inkjet devices..

David Medlar, VP of Digital, Mark Andy, notes “We’re excited to offer the new Digital Series iQ to our customers. Based on their feedback, we’ve heard they would love to see us offer a Domino digital marking technology integrated with Mark Andy flexographic and converting technology. With the new Digital Series iQ, we can now combine Domino’s established digital UV engine with our world-leading flexo printing material handling and inline finishing.”

You can find further details on the IQ press from and on the N610i from

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