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Epson unveils the new SurePress L-6534VW

Epson has announced the Epson SurePress L-6534VW digital label press. Joining the SurePress L-6034VW in the UV digital label press line, the SurePress L-6534VW will offer three print speed modes from 49 feet per minute to 162 feet per minute (fpm). Epson will be demonstrating the new SurePress L-6534VW, as well as the SurePress L-6034VW and L-4533AW and workflow automation solutions with Wasatch RIP, at Labelexpo Americas.
“The SurePress L-6034VW set a higher standard for UV print quality,” said Mike Pruitt, product manager, Epson America, Inc. “Today we take our solution one step further by expanding the line to deliver faster print speeds compared to the previous generation; allowing prime label and packaging converters to fulfill

Heidelberg presents its latest digital solutions in Japan

More than 450 visitors attended an open house at Heidelberg Japan in Tokyo.
Under the motto “Smart Print Shop” with “Push to Stop,” the guests from Japan and Asia saw how an integrated workflow incorporates all processes and optimizes the overall equipment efficiency (OEE). Push to Stop is setting new rules for the game: whereas in the past the operator had to manually initiate a large number of steps in the production process, now he only needs to intervene in the automated process chain as

Brother unveils 7 new laser printers for SMBs

Brother has launched a lineup of seven new colour laser printers designed for home offices and small businesses. The new printers integrate access to cloud storage options like Dropbox and Google Drive while mixing in wireless printing and NFC.
The lineup includes 7 new models, from a basic printer to all-in-ones with copy, scan, and fax functions. The list includes the $349 MFC-L3710CW; $399 MFC-L3750CDW and MFC-L3770CDW; the $199 HL-L3210CW; the $249 HL-L3230CDW and HL-L3270CDW; and the $329

Duplo and EFI Fiery integrates for digital print machinery workflow

The manufacturers said this new offering, which eliminates the need for manual data entry and setup of finishing information, allows for efficient, automated imposition layout and production from pre-press through the finishing stages, delivering precise throughput faster and saving up to 70% of setup time.
Duplo International product launch leader Peter Dyson said the integration would reduce human setup errors and enable users to quickly verify job designs with a visual preview of finishing

Domino expands their presence

Domino Printing Services is set to expand its presence in Brazil by extending its long-lasting partnership with distributor Sunnyvale, to now incorporate Domino’s full range of digital printing equipment including its N610i digital colour inkjet label press.
Just like Domino, Sunnyvale is celebrating its 40th anniversary in business this year. With its 3,000m² head office based in Sao Paulo City, and a 10,000m² manufacturing plant in Itaquaquecetuba where it produces packaging equipment and