The installation of the press, which took place in December last year, resulted in positive feedback from the team at Hart Labels, who were amazed at the performance of the press, which has quickly realized a digital profit. The investment has also helped Hart reach out to new markets and move some existing flexo work that is better suited to digital.
PicoColour delivers excellent printed results and has been developed to address the continuing demand from brands for value-added label and package printing. With a printing width of 210mm and running capacity of up to 35 m/m, the PicoColour is a versatile and productive printing system that comes at a competitive price. The press works with UV based inks and is available with CMYK + white, plus corona and variable data options.
Tony Hanmer, Hart Labels managing director, says, “This has been an important step up for us as a business. The PicoColour has made it so easy to be involved in the world of digital. There aren’t many other machines in the market that can do what the PicoColour does. If you are looking for your first piece of digital equipment, there is no better place to start than Dantex.”
“The PicoColour was the ideal solution for Hart Labels,” adds Dantex general manager Andy Abbott. “With the majority of printers under market pressure to offer the benefits of digital print – shorter runs, flexibility, quick turnaround and cost-effective label solutions are key factors. We look forward to working together now and on future digital investments.”
Dantex is exhibiting at Label and Print, part of the Packaging Innovations show, at the NEC in Birmingham on February 27-28. As a regular exhibitor, Dantex will be showcasing both the Pico range and its plate processing offerings. The PicoColour press will be running on stand, while the PicoJet will be demonstrated via video.