Xeikon hosted a press briefing recently revealing the latest additions to its lineup of dry toner digital presses.
Xeikon unveils its next generation dry toner technology for the graphic arts industry. It delivers higher speeds, reduced TCO and further improved quality. The power that dry toner technology brings to the graphic arts market pushes boundaries even further. Xeikon SX30000 press: a robust single pass duplex machine, able to run at a printing width of 20 inch at 98 ft/min or 404ppm A4, an average speed increase of more than 50% throughout the range of 40-350 gsm versus the previous platform.
Xeikon is set to launch ‘The Power of Dry Toner’ campaign during Xeikon Café North America taking place in Chicago this week.
Held in Itasca, Ill., it will feature an educational conference schedule and up-close look at the latest digital printing technology.
Key benefits of the new curing technology are consistent performance, long-term durability, and the lowest possible energy consumption.
Panels, workshops, demonstrations, presentations and social events, all are designed to provide ways to improve business.
Xeikon will showcase high quality large-format coffee table book cover and dust jacket production at Hunkeler Innovationdays 2019.
Twenty-five years ago,the Xeikon DCP-1 and Indigo E-Print 1000 were introduced during IPEX 1993, which helped launch digital printing.
Welford spent several years in the automotive industry where he developed a clinical approach to product development and management.
Xeikon Café North America is a unique industry event that helps printers and converters to understand, evaluate and experience all aspects of digital print, enabling you to consciously make critical business decisions. How to profitably produce in a digital way is showcased by industry leaders in software, workflow, consumables, media, digital printing and finishing solutions dedicated to digital manufacturing.