Tag: Digital corrugated

  • Highcon announces new converting machines

    Highcon announces new converting machines

    Highcon has announced a number of new digital die cutting devices, including a new Beam 3 for the folding carton market, and a prototype for the corrugated market that for now has been codenamed the Vulcan.

  • HP targets corrugated with new T700i press

    HP has shown off a new web-fed inkjet press, the PageWide T700i, that’s designed for printing to paper-based packaging, namely pre-printing to the top liner for corrugated as well as folding carton. It’s a 1.7m wide press and comes from HP’s existing collaboration with Koenig and Bauer, which has already yielded the 2.8m wide T1100…

  • Agfa acquires Inca Digital

    The Agfa-Gevaert Group has signed an agreement with Screen Graphic Solutions to acquire its Inca Digital Printers subsidiary, which is based in Cambridge, UK, in what is likely to be a significant boost for both Agfa and Inca and a major realignment in the wide format and packaging printer markets.

  • Highcon teams up with Tilia

    Highcon Systems has signed an arrangement with Tilia Labs to supply Tilia’s Phoenix automated planning and imposition system with Highcon’s range of digital post-production devices for corrugated and carton board converters.

  • EFI introduces smaller Nozomi

    EFI has announced a new, more compact version of its Nozomi corrugated press, the Nozomi 14000 LED, which takes sheets up to 1.4 x 2.4m and is based on the existing C18000 Plus that can work with sheets up to 1.8 x 3m.

  • Agfa Jeti Tauro targets corrugated

    Agfa has upgraded its large format Jeti Tauro H3300 LED printer, announcing a faster UHS version that is said to be aimed at the corrugated packaging market as well as the upper end of the sign and display sector. 

  • Staying ahead

    So, over the last two weeks I’ve written about Durst’s SPC 130 corrugated press, and the WT inks the company developed for that printer. I had planned to write a paragraph or two on the printheads in one or other of those stories but Durst’s approach to the heads is so interesting that it’s worth…

  • The shape of water

    Last week I wrote about the Delta SPC 130 corrugated printer, developed by Durst and now sold through the Koenig and Bauer Durst joint venture. This week I am going to cover the Water Technology ink that Durst created for that printer. However, this story also illustrates how Durst itself is evolving, from mainly being…

  • Koenig and Bauer Durst deliver on corrugated promise

    A little over two years ago two of the major players in the print industry, Koenig and Bauer and Durst came together to form a separate joint venture company, Koenig and Bauer Durst, to develop new presses targeting the digital packaging market. The first stage has been pushing Durst’s existing Delta SPC 130 out into…

  • Konica Minolta announces corrugated printer

    Konica Minolta Europe has introduced a new inkjet press for the corrugated packaging market, the PKG-675i, which is actually a rebadged NS Multi from the New Solutions division of the Portuguese company Mtex.

  • EFI updates Nozomi

    EFI has announced a new Plus version of its Nozomi C18000 single pass inkjet corrugated press. Existing Nozomi’s can be field upgraded to the new spec.

  • Durham Box adds white ink to Nozomi

    Durham Box, a corrugated packaging firm based near Durham in the north of England, has become the first UK company to add white ink to an EFI Nozomi.