A sneak peek at the new Mark Andy Digital Series HD
L&NW was on hand for the first unveiling of the true hybrid press at Mark Andy's San Diego Technology Center.
Digital Series HD prints up to 240 fpm at quality with all colors, including white.
Robert Parker, aka The Label King, checks out the print quality of the Mark Andy Digital Series HD.
Label King's Robert Parker and David Sommay were on hand at the "sneak peak" event.
The press is equipped with Mark Andy's award-winning QCDC diecutting technology.
The UV inkjet engine is available in 5, 7 and 8 color options, unlocking extended gamut print capability.
A flexo print station on the modular Mark Andy Digital Series HD.
The new platform now showcases an arched IDS. The arch design accepts unsupported films and improves operator ergonomics, enabling quick and clean ink changeover.
The press combines flexibility of inline converting, high-resolution digital print, and best in class production capability.
The press being demonstrated was equipped with a Vetaphone corona treater.
Attendees had the opportunity to take an up-close look at the Mark Andy Digital Series HD, which features 1200 x 1200 dpi print resolution.
Joe Calmese, Mark Andy's VP, Digital, stands with the new UV inkjet hybrid press. It can be configured with 5 through 8 digital colors and can support integrated inline or future-proof near line converting options.
Mark Andy's San Diego Technical Center hosted a select group of converters to offer a sneak peak of the new hybrid press.