MGI Digital Graphic Technology to Unveil Three New Digital and Ink-jet Product Lines
IVRY sur SEINE, FRANCE/MELBOURNE, FL—April 14, 2008—MGI Digital Graphic Technology, the multi-substrate (paper and plastic) digital press and finishing solutions manufacturer, announced that it will launch several innovative new products for digital and offset applications at drupa 2008 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
The drupa 2008 launch is one of the company’s most comprehensive to date, incorporating products targeted towards a variety of industries, such as commercial printers, plastic/card printers, and photofinishing. New equipment on display will include high-speed 4-color digital presses for paper and plastic substrates, spot UV coating using inkjet technology, and an all-in-one printing, laminating, creasing and cutting unit for photofinishing applications.
Meteor DP60® Series 4-Color Digital Presses
The Meteor DP60 Pro® multi-substrate digital press is the flagship model in the DP60 series. Designed for high volume printing, the DP60 Pro has the capability to produce up to 3,900 letter/A4 sheets, 1,600 13” x 19” (330mm x 487mm) sheets, and up to 32,000 ISO CR-80 PVC plastic cards hourly, in four colors with full variable data. It can accommodate sizes up to 13” x 19” (330mm x 487mm) with a maximum print area of 12.6” x 18.9” (320mm x 480mm).
The most versatile digital press in the industry, the Meteor DP60 Pro can print on a wide range of paper and plastic substrates. Compatible paper types include include matte, glossy, CS1 & CS2, envelopes, textured papers and labels/stickers, in sizes up to 130lb cover and 194lb index (70 to 350 gsm). Plastic substrates include PVC, polycarbonate, polyester, Teslin®, vinyl, and PET, in thicknesses up to 16mil (100 to 400 microns) . All substrates can be printed in high quality resolutions of up to 2,400dpi x 200lpi with variable line screen capabilities.
Other unique features of the Meteor DP60 Pro include:
Vibration Reduction System (VRS)
Climate Control System utilizing an infrared module to pre-treat substrate surfaces, which regulates temperature and humidity prior to printing