#Ipex: Atlantic Zeiser to Present Broad Range of Ink-jet Technologies
EMMINGEN, GERMANY—March 10, 2010—Atlantic Zeiser Group, a leading technology and system solutions provider for industrial digital printing, today announced that it will have its largest presence ever at Ipex, in Hall 6, Stand C557. The company will showcase its entire range of substrate-flexible digital drop-on-demand (DoD) ink-jet print engines as well as a plethora of new additions to the capabilities of its extensive system solutions portfolio.
During 2009 and into 2010, Atlantic Zeiser has developed a wide range of additions to its product line. Ipex offers an opportunity to bring all of its capabilities together in a unified experience for producers in the packaging, labeling, industrial product marking, commercial printing and card markets. Visitors to the Atlantic Zeiser stand will see many possibilities for business expansion and growth, and have an opportunity to speak with Atlantic Zeiser experts about their needs for the reduction of operating costs.
“For Atlantic Zeiser,” said Ralf Hipp, VP Digital Printing & Coding Solutions, “shows like Ipex are most exciting for us because we have the opportunity to pool our creative thinking with that of our customers and prospects to emerge with many new ideas and challenges. Ipex is a terrific venue for gaining ‘Voice of the Customer’ input on a grand scale, and returning to the office revitalized and ready to tackle even more innovation inspired by these discussions. With SOFHA now under the Atlantic Zeiser roof, we have even more resources to help our customers move their businesses forward in ground-breaking ways.”
On Display at Ipex
Delta Family of Print Engines with 2 New Models
This new generation of high-speed printers with six different models replaces Atlantic Zeiser’s highly popular ALPHA series within the Atlantic Zeiser product line.
Delta modules are available as UV and water-based models using high quality Atlantic Zeiser inks with a new generation of remote-controlled active ink supply. Delta models feature a print width of 105 mm – 210 mm and 5-level variable drop size. Pneumatic print head positioning places print heads in either print or park/clean positions. Multiple print head installations add further flexibility to Delta configurations. Its water-based inks offer an environmentally friendly alternative to solvent-based inkjet printing, a characteristic that is becoming increasingly important to both consumers and producers of print. Delta printers are capable of delivering offset-like quality and speeds – up to 300 m/min – on a multitude of substrates.