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Welcome to our FAQ page. Below you will find answers to our most commonly ask questions. If you don’t find the answer you are looking for, please email us at [email protected].

A retrofit is a digital print engine that is mounted on top of a third-party piece of analog printing equipment, like a flexo press, to enhance label production. When print providers retrofit a Colordyne Technologies print engine onto their existing equipment, they can continue leveraging current assets and capabilities in their pressroom while incorporating digital print capabilities.   

Colordyne Technologies offers retrofits using the latest in aqueous pigment, aqueous dye and UV/LED technology for digital hybrid printing. Visit the 3800 Series page to learn more about each retrofit option.

Retrofitting allows new and existing analog equipment to incorporate the benefits of full color digital printing, including faster turnaround times, on-demand production and cost-effective versioning. Operators are often trained quickly on the digital equipment and can easily apply their existing flexo-operation knowledge. Plus, retrofitting a digital label printer is an efficient and more affordable alternative to purchasing a standalone hybrid press.

Learn more about the benefits of retrofitting and hybrid printing in our Guide to Hybrid Printing for Narrow Web Label Production.

There are a variety of factors to consider when choosing the right digital print technology for your business. A few of the more important ones are to define the markets your business serves and the applications you need to produce. Whether you are a brand owner, private label manufacturer, or label converter, Colordyne provides a wide range of scalable solutions for label production and inkjet print applications in different markets. Our team of inkjet experts at Colordyne can assist you throughout the decision-making process.

Colordyne Technologies offers a suite of water-based inkjet solutions with low-migration inks which makes them friendly for secondary food contact labeling. When speaking about food labels, there are key laws and requirements to keep in mind. Our sales reps can help you learn more about the opportunities digital print can bring to your business and accompany you in the journey to identify the right Colordyne inkjet printer for food labels. Download our Prepared Food Labeling eBook for free today to learn more.

Customers can purchase consumables such as ink, printheads and microfiber rollers compatible with Colordyne Technologies’ 1600 Series, 1800 Series and 2600 Series at https://shop.colordynetech.com/.

If you have more questions about consumables, visit our eCommerce FAQ page.

Inkjet integration is the implementation of a digital inkjet engine into an OEM’s system. Unlike an aftermarket retrofit, inkjet integration is a collaborative process where engineers from both companies, the SIP and Colordyne, work together to provide the best print solution for the target end users. This process allows both companies to leverage their strengths to provide a seamless solution with advanced functionality and versatility.

If you are an OEM interested in inkjet integration, visit our Colordyne’s digital integration services to get started in becoming an strategic integration partner (SIP).

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