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Demo of DSI UV inkjet printer at Labelexpo Americas
07
Aug '12
Stork Prints will be demonstrating its unrivalled expertise in many different aspects of digital and rotary screen printing for labels and packaging at the Labelexpo Americas, 11-13 September in Rosemont, Illinois, USA (Hall A, booth 529). Due to its successes in Europe and the first sale in North America, the show’s highlight will be the UV inkjet label printer DSI with several live demo’s per day. 
 
Stork Prints is a pioneer in digital printing and active in the digital printing industry for over 25 years and has over 4000 inkjet systems installed worldwide. Other products include Stork Prints’ famous rotary screens and the brand new gravure sleeves program. 
 
One of the main attractions at our stand will be the DSI UV inkjet printer. The Stork Prints DSI UV inkjet label printer is the modular concept for short and medium run digital label printing. In fact, the DSI UV inkjet printer takes modularity to the next level in 3 aspects. Firstly there’s modularity in the configuration: stand-alone digital printing or a complete line with in-line (semi-rotary) converting. 
 
This versatile unit is ideal for markets ranging from food and personal care to beverages, wine and spirits, household goods and outdoor applications. 
 
The DSI is a truly cost-effective UV inkjet label printer, offering sublime printing quality at amazing speeds. Its combination of photographic quality and a rotary screen “look and feel” makes it suitable for everything from short- to medium- and even long-run jobs. Especially when used in combination with Stork Prints’ own-brand inks, all developed and produced in-house, it gives superior results characterized by a high resistance to light and impressive scratch-proofing. 
 
The DSI achieves visual resolution on labels of up to 1000dpi, as well as 3D effects that resemble screen printing. It also accurately reproduces tonal values as low as 1%. Printing on many different types of substrates can be accomplished and the new digital primer even enables printing on machine coated paper. Repeat lengths of up to 7m are possible, and are therefore not limited by the drum size. 
 
Also on display will be a modular print unit based on our renowned Rotary Screen Integration (RSI) technology. These units are easily shifted to the position where screen printing is needed using an optional sliding rail. The print units reach speeds of up to 100 m/min. 
 
 

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