The DSI UV inkjet label printer combines photographic reproduction quality with a rotary screen “look and feel”, the company says. It achieves visual resolution on labels of up to 1,000 dpi, 3D effects that resemble screen printing, and tonal values as low as 1 percent. Repeat lengths of up to seven meters are possible. The press is modular in design, and can be used for stand-alone printing to use inline with semi-rotary converting.
Stork Print’s Rotary Screen Integration (RSI) technology was represented with four printing units at the booth, as well as at the booths of Nilpeter and Omet. The RSI printing modules can be seamlessly integrated into the architecture, software and mechanics of the latest generations of printing presses throughout the industry. Benefits include full interactivity, user friendliness and a shorter learning curve.