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Etiex Chooses EFI Jetrion 4830

Spain's Etiex Chooses EFI Jetrion 4830 to Expand Capabilities and Reach New Markets

Zaventem, Belgium - 04 September 2012 - EFI™ announced that label manufacturer, Etiex, located in Badajoz, Spain selected a Jetrion® 4830 to enrich its capabilities. With a team of 17, Etiex produces labels for a variety of industries with the bulk of production centring on food, wine and agriculture.

Etiex, with the guidance of graphic arts dealer, Impryma did a thorough search for a system that would increase productivity while delivering higher quality. They chose the EFI Jetrion 4830 with its market-leading opaque white ink. According to general manager Jose Manuel Leyton, its simplicity, printing quality, features, versatility and ease of maintenance is what attracted them to the Jetrion. The system has allowed Etiex to increase its business from a wider variety of industries. This is due in part to the ability to work with a broad spectrum of substrates. "In addition," said Mr Leyton, "higher quality output and the ability to offer value-added services has given Etiex a competitive advantage."

The Jetrion 4830 UV digital inkjet printer accommodates web widths of up to 229 mm and prints up to 210 mm wide at speeds of up to 35 metres per minute. Its advanced drop-on-demand (DOD) print heads offer greyscale quality. It delivers print resolutions of up to 1080 dpi for near photographic quality. Unlike competitive systems, Jetrion offers ink-only printing cost.

"We are impressed with the simplicity and ease of maintenance, the speed and print quality and the reliability of the system," said Mr. Leyton. "The Jetrion UV inkjet system has allowed us to achieve higher profits immediately-very important in these tough economic times.We hope to add more machines in the future so we can continue to expand our reach and satisfy client needs."

Sun Chemical Receives InterTech™ Technology Award

Sun Chemical Receives InterTech™ Technology Award for Low Migration Ink Product Line

Sun Chemical has been awarded an InterTech™ Technology Award, one of the highest honours in the printing industry, for its SunPak® LMQ (low migration quality) products.

Awarded annually by the Printing Industries of America, the InterTech Award recognizes the development of unique and innovative technologies that are predicted to have a significant impact on the graphic arts and related industries.

Sun Chemical’s SunPak LMQ products help address the risk brand owners face in packaging, where compounds from materials in the packaging structure can migrate into the food product or the surrounding environment. SunPak LMQ inks exhibit very low odour, off-flavour and migration levels, and offer a comprehensive solution to brand owners and converters who are looking for ways to address migration concerns for food, pharmaceutical and tobacco applications.

The Sun Chemical solution combines chemistry, press preparation procedures, lithographic guidance and analytical support to help converters meet the most demanding requirements.

“We are thrilled that SunPak LMQ inks have been recognized with the InterTech Technology Award,” said Felipe Mellado, Chief Marketing Officer, Sun Chemical. “The issue of low migration and food safety will only continue to grow in importance and Sun Chemical is committed to helping customers make that transition to ensure they comply with regulations and food safety requirements now and in the future.”


KODAK NEXPRESS Red Fluorescing Dry Ink Earns Industry Recognition with a 2012 PIA InterTech Technology Award

Kodak’s Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions lauded with InterTech Award three times

ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 30—Printing Industries of America (PIA) recently presented Kodak with a 2012 InterTech Technology Award honoring Kodak’s NEXPRESS Red Fluorescing Dry Ink’s innovative capabilities. The KODAK NEXPRESS Red Fluorescing Dry Ink Solution helps printers provide increased security and fraud protection on documents, packaging, promotional, and direct mail materials and is part of the KODAK NEXPRESS Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions portfolio.
This year’s InterTech Technology Award marks the third time Kodak has received Printing Industries of America recognition for its Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions. In 2005, Kodak was recognized for the initial launch of the Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions, and in 2009, for its addition of the new Dimensional Printing Solution.           
“Security solutions can often be cost prohibitive, but with Kodak’s Red Fluorescing Dry Ink, printers have a real solution against counterfeiting that is both cost effective and easy to implement,” said Mark Bohen, Vice President of Technology and Research at Printing Industries of America. “This new technology can be used on a wide range of applications and opens the door for printers to pursue new market opportunities.”

The KODAK NEXPRESS Platform offers exceptional print quality and productivity to meet the needs of commercial printers, direct mail houses, photo service providers, and in-plant and transactional printers. Print providers can go a step further to differentiate their applications with the Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions, which create a variety of enhancements, including spot colors, Kodak’s unique in-line dimensional printing, high-quality gloss, in-line watermarking, or coating in a single pass.
The Red Fluorescing Dry Ink Solution can be used to print inline on a wide range of substrates and appears clear until it is illuminated with an ultraviolet light source. The intensity of the red ink can be controlled by the amount of ink applied during the printing process, but it appears virtually invisible to the naked eye. Similar to other NEXPRESS Dry Inks, Red Fluorescing Ink does not contain VOCs.

As a security solution, Kodak Red Fluorescing Dry Ink is considered ideal for printing admission tickets, 2D and QR barcodes, and limited-production print jobs where fraud and counterfeiting issues are a top priority. At Alcom, an integrated marketing communications company, Kodak’s Red Fluorescing Ink was used to combat counterfeit ticketing for major-league games. Alcom relied on the Red Fluorescing Ink to apply an invisible team logo on each printed ticket. Tickets were later checked at the admission gate using UV lighting, and any without the logo were immediately deemed unauthentic. The new feature helped Alcom eliminate its client’s counterfeiting concerns while providing a high-quality printed product.

“Red Fluorescing Ink is a great example of how Kodak provides its customers with differentiating solutions to help meet their needs,” said Steve Fletcher, Kodak’s Vice President and General Manager of Electrophotographic Printing Solutions. “The combination of Red Fluorescing Ink and variable-data printing provides printers with fraud protection and security printing opportunities, and new capabilities often lead to greater customer satisfaction and additional business growth.”
Kodak continues to develop innovative solutions to maximize its customers’ investment in the NEXPRESS Platform. During drupa 2012, Kodak debuted several new Fifth Imaging Unit Solutions, including gold, pearlescent, and neon print solutions for expanded application possibilities. With these latest enhancements, printers will be able to add eye-catching colors and effects to their printed applications. Kodak plans to demonstrate these new solutions live at the Kodak booth during Graph Expo 2012.
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