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Industrial Inkjet introduces high speed ‘i Series’

April 10, 2013

Industrial Inkjet Ltd (IIJ), an inkjet specialist and official sales and technical support partner for Konica Minolta IJ Technologies, has announced the launch of its new “i Series” high speed Digital Label Module.

The Digital Label Module (DLM) is a complete full-color digital print system for standard flexo presses. The company says the new “i Series” provides a huge jump in print speed and productivity. “When fitted to a flexo press the DLM ensures that even the shortest print runs become economic,” IIJ says.

The new iDLM provides high quality, full color digital print on a very wide range of substrates at speeds of 80 meters/minute. A DLM module can be simply fitted to most common flexo presses. It does not restrict the use of flexo on the press. It is normally synchronized to the in-line diecut or to pre-print on the material.

IIJ touts the unit as being compact and economical to purchase and it can be quickly installed by IIJ’s staff with minimum downtime.
Modules are currently available for Mark Andy Series 4150, 2200, and P series; Gallus EM 280 – 410; and Nilpeter F and FA series. Modules for MPS, Comco and Webtron can be made on request after model specification.

Print widths are available from 72 to 492 mm, and Modules are also available to print monochrome, varnish, white ink and security inks. The iDLM also supports fully variable data printing including multi-page color PDFs at full speed.
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