Also on display on the Domino stand will be the recently introduced K-Series high speed, high quality variable data printing solution, utilising new solvent inks that will be launched at IPEX and the Bitjet+ binary printer for high speed VDP applications. In addition, the A400 Freeform continuous ink jet printer, which will be used in the production of the official IPEX Daily Magazine, will also feature on Domino’s stand as well as on the Muller Martini Stand: Hall 5, Stand D10/D10B.
Domino’s prototype full colour production high resolution, high speed drop on demand print concept will open the boundaries of digital, variable data printing to printers using conventional print technologies.
With the ability to become fully integrated into existing print production lines, this conceptual solution will give printers access to full colour digital print capabilities without the huge capital outlay for a whole new digital production solution. In addition, by only using the specialised UV inks in the digital variable data print area, it is possible to maintain the low unit cost of the traditional printing methods.
Addressing the growing secure print market, Domino will be developing a revolutionary bar code recognition and personalised print system offering with the capability to read bar codes through sealed envelopes, and instantaneously process the information to print individual addresses onto the outside of the envelopes. Designed to meet the needs of the direct mail and security print market, this capability will address security and confidentiality issues by negating the need to use window envelopes, which are also a mostly costly than their window-less equivalent.
“At Domino, we are constantly striving to introduce new conceptual solutions which will both stretch the boundaries of technological advance, as well as meet the challenges of the marketplace,” says Philip Easton, product director of commercial printing at Domino.