Nilpeter enhances Panorama digital label press

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. 

Nilpeter has enhanced its Panorama inkjet label press.

The digital part of this solution is Nilpeter’s DP-3 print engine, which is in fact a rebadged Screen L350UV label press. This is a UV inkjet device and can produce up to 50mpm with 600 dpi resolution. However, Nilpeter has built a complete production solution around it, including flexo units, for a hybrid configuration. It’s a modular design with other options including hot foil and embossing, semi-rotative die unit and smart matrix unit. The configuration can be modified at any stage should a customer’s needs change.

Jakob Landberg, Nilpeter’s sales & marketing director, explained: “There is no single technology that can cover all applications. This factor reflects the complexity of the label and packaging printing markets. Nilpeter has always been an advocate of ‘combination printing’ and has spearheaded technologies that bring together all the different processes for the optimum results.”

Since launching the Panorama at the LabelExpo 2015 show, Nilpeter has sold several units to customers ranging from Ikonprint in Denmark, Bidone Etichette in Italy and The Printing Plant in Cincinnati, USA.


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