Scodix launches E106 for digital finishing

Scodix has announced its latest finishing device, the E106, which will be formally launched at the upcoming Drupa show. Essentially Scodix has scaled up its existing technology to produce a B1 format enhancement press aimed firmly at the short run packaging sector.

This machine offers a number of enhancements in a single device, including sot varnishing, Braille, digital embossing and foiling – this last developed for Scodix by market leaders, Compact Foilers Ltd, as a continuation of their ongoing cooperation.

For the paper handling system Scodix partnered with Mabeg Systems. Consequently, the E106 can handle a wide range of substrates from paperboard to plastic and metalized boards, as well as offset and digital prints and even WB coated and a wide range of laminated products.

The machine uses Ricoh printheads. It takes 1060 x 760mm sheets and runs at 4000 sph.

Roy Porat, CEO at Scodix, commented: “Despite not being officially launched before today, we have already taken eight press orders from prospective customers – many claiming that this was the kind of unique capability they urgently needed.”






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