September 21, 2017
If 2017 is the age of digital inkjet production printing then SCREEN Americas is the company for the ages. As SCREEN publicly celebrated its 50th anniversary during PRINT 17, crowds of all ages and generations gathered around its technology, experiencing first hand all the excitement and promise SCREEN’s digital inkjet offers.
Presenting three industry-leading Truepress Jet high-speed, roll-fed production machines, the 520HD, the 520NX and the L350UV+/+LM, the SCREEN team demonstrated why these show-goer favorites are quickly becoming the go-to technology for direct mail, commercial, transactional and label producers.
The Truepress Jet520HD showcased its prowess for printing a variety of pieces, employing SCREEN’s exclusive new SC Inks that permits use of standard coated offset inks. Books, direct mail components, posters and more demonstrated the capabilities of the landmark device and inks.
The Truepress Jet520NX highlighted its ability to print MICR and invisible inks for security printing applications< plus revealed its revolutionary crossover configuration in which the unique printhead arrangement allows for a 5th color and can park CMY heads for printing black-ink only applications.
SCREEN’s new L350UV+/+LM digital inkjet label printer turned the heads of label converters by demonstrating its capability for printing Low Migration inks for food label and package applications, including thinner weight foils
Along with industry partners, Komori, Horizon Standard, Technau, Solimar and One-Vision, SCREEN has given the industry even more to talk about as it helps printers continue to “Achieve the Extraordinary.”
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Commercial print/marketing solutions provider, Prisma, based in Phoenix, AZ, has earned a well-deserved reputation in the Southwestern US as a ‘leading edge’ technology-driven company.
Early in 2013, the first of two SCREEN industry-leading Truepress Jet520 series high-speed production inkjet press engines were installed at L & D Mail Masters Inc. in New Albany, Indiana. The press proved its value at startup, just 6 days after it landed on the production floor.