Screen redefines digital label printing technology 

At Labelexpo Europe 2023, Screen and Nilpeter have introduced an innovative in-line solution to meet the increasing demand for integrated digital printing and embellishment.

Showcasing the latest generation technology, the two companies partnered up to meet the requirements of the label and packaging industry with stable and high-quality combination printing.

The new digital integrated solution combines Screen’s new Truepress LABEL 350UV SAI technology with Nilpeter’s state-of-the-art FA-Line flexo platform. 

The Truepress LABEL 350UV SAI S unit offers up to seven digital colours, enabling expanded gamut and high-performance white printing. 

Integrated with Nilpeter’s platform-based FA-Line and embellishment solutions, the in-line solution facilitates the efficient production of value-added labels.

Screen also announced the prototype development of an in-line inkjet digital primer for its flagship label printing press, the Truepress LABEL 350UV SAI. It is on display as a world first during Labelexpo Europe 2023. 

This feature addresses one of the biggest challenges in UV inkjet digital printing, including poor ink adhesion on specific substrates.

Screen’s development eliminates extra steps by incorporating an in-line digital primer directly inside its Truepress LABEL 350UV SAI digital printing press. 

This innovative technology saves time and resources and can potentially deliver improved ink adhesion on a wide range of substrates and better print quality.

Finally, Screen is showcasing its innovative Truepress PAC 520P inkjet digital printing press for paper packaging. It is a high-speed, water-based inkjet digital press for paper-based packaging substrates with a much lower environmental impact than conventional printing. 

The Truepress PAC 520P uses newly developed proprietary water-based pigment inks that comply with appropriate food-safety regulations. It offers label converters a seamless entry into the flexible packaging market.

In partnership with Screen, Jet Technologies will bring all three new technologies to the Australian and New Zealand markets.

Jet Technologies sales director David Reece said, “These latest printing industry advancements from Screen are a direct result of the company’s commitment to listening closely to requests from major clients, who have loved their L350UV SAI and have long wanted to be able to use them for additional markets.

“Jet Technologies has several customers who are onto their second investment in the L350UV SAI, and I have no doubt that our clients will be eager to take advantage of these new developments.

“The introduction of Pac 520P and Pac 830F shows how committed Screen is to the packaging sector, and it also shows the benefit of decades of experience in inkjet. As its long-term partner in the Australia and New Zealand region, we have been privy to these developments for some time, and to see them come to fruition is exciting for us and our clients.”

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