Mark Andy's Open House

April 8, 2014

At company headquarters in St. Louis, Mark Andy unveiled its new Digital Series, while also showing visitors its role as a "total solutions provider."

Open House visitors get their first look at the Digital Series

Jeff Feltz, director of business development, explains the machine's hybrid system architecture.

Equipped with a flexo station

The digital series features fully integrated in-line flexo printing modules including metallics, various converting options, cold foil and more.


Feltz explains the Esko-powered digital front end ProWORX, a ‘one box’ solution designed for superior and consistent control between the Mark Andy Digital Series and the digital file management workflows currently used by converters.

Image resolution

The Digital Series produces images with 600 x 600 dpi.

Inking system

"There are no click charges," Feltz explains. "We have a pay-as-you-go model: Buy ink, use ink, buy more ink."


As a "total solutions provider," Mark Andy has partnered with DuPont to market the Cyrel platemaking system.

The Performance Series

Also demonstrated was a Mark Andy P5 Performance Series flexo press, featuring repeatable settings and limited operator steps for job setup.

Rotoflex VLI

The Rotoflex VLI is an inspection, slitting and rewind system with expanded capabilities for more advanced applications and high-speed production.

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