Experiencing a New Dimension of Print
What I find great about this technology is that it’s not limited to HP Indigo digital presses. The machine, which looks much like a super-sized Indigo 7500, can accommodate A3 and B2 sheets, enabling it to work in both offset and digital print shops, expanding the range of jobs that can be run. You can get all the details at scodix.com and take a look here at what Ziki Kuly of Scodix has to say in an interview at Dscoop.
What I like most about Scodix is that it’s really something new. UV presses and coaters have been around for years, but this is very literally a whole new dimension of UV coating. It’s relatively easy to produce superb print quality these days. Being able to let people “experience” those pages could be a game changer for a host of applications.
[* Note: Kodak has been offering the Dimensional Coating option for raised printing on Kodak NexPress machines with a Fifth Imaging Unit since 2007.]