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Heidelberg presents its new digital press Versafire EV

Heidelberg has enhanced it’s new Versafire digital printing generation which is fully focused on the customer’s benefit and the market requirements. The JD Druck GmbH in Lauterbach, Hesse is the first company for field testing the new Versafire EV.
“The Versafire EV gives our customers a flexible production system that is specially designed to ideally meet the requirements in the graphic arts industry and that they can be used to further enhance their digital business model as a result of diversification and optimization,” explains Stephan Plenz, member of the management board responsible for Digital Technology at Heidelberg.
According to the company, “The Prinect Digital Frontend (DFE), developed by Heidelberg and unique in the print media

Kodak unfolds flagship sheetfed digital press: Nexfinity

Kodak is laying claim to “the most versatile sheetfed digital press on the market” with the launch of Nexfinity – the next evolution of the NexPress platform.
Kodak said the $885,000 press is designed for lower running costs, higher speed and higher imaging quality. It is targeted at high-volume printers that focus on direct mail, marketing collateral, short-run publishing, short-run labels and tags, retail signage and POS.
“Nexfinity extends Kodak’s portfolio of digital printing technology,”

Presstek unveils DI University

Presstek LLC introduces DI University, a free, advanced learning resource for the waterless digital offset press. Starting June 2018, Presstek’s DI University is offering a Master DI training program for beginner and intermediate press operators. The program also includes DI maintenance training, which will help customers maximize the performance of the press and save money in the long run. Additionally, DI University offers customers access to Presstek’s advanced technical and support

UPM Raflatac launches digital printer tool

UPM Raflatac has launched digital printer recommendation tool, which offers a comprehensive database of paper and film materials so customers can find a material that’s suitable for a variety of digital printing technologies. This new tool provides up-to-date and accurate product information about UPM Raflatac’s digital label stock materials as well as ratings for how they will perform on various digital printers, ranging from small desktop models to industrial-scale digital presses.
“At UPM

GMG ProofControl version 2.4 opens up to digital printing

GMG has publicised the making of its proof control software for digital printing future-proof with version 2.4. Product manager Jens Bloeck explained, “We are meeting industry demands with the support of the digital standard Fogra PSD (process standard for digital production): process stability and quality assurance are playing an increasingly important role in digital printing.”
The company claims that GMG ProofControl can be used to import and verify control strips for print standards. It can