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Inkjet Solutions to Represent Colordyne Technologies’ Aqueous Pigment Print Engines

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Inkjet Solutions to Represent Colordyne Technologies’ Aqueous Pigment Print Engines

BROOKFIELD, Wisc. (Sept. 17, 2019) – Inkjet Solutions, an expert in retrofitting monochrome and CMYK inkjet print engines, will distribute Colordyne Technologiesaqueous pigment print engines throughout the United Kingdom, India, Canada and United Arab Emirates. The collaboration will be showcased at Inkjet Solutions’ stand, 9A24, during Labelexpo Europe 2019.
Colordyne recently announced the development of a digital inkjet print engine using Memjet’s DuraFlex printhead technology. This single-printhead engine offers full color, CMYK, aqueous pigment inkjet production running at speeds up to 150 feet ((45 meters) per minute. Customers can work with Inkjet Solutions to retrofit this new digital inkjet print engine onto existing equipment. For customers interested in a standalone system, Inkjet Solutions offers complete labeling machines through its partner Daco Solutions or can work with other OEM machinery upon request.
“We look forward to representing Colordyne’s new aqueous pigment print engine,” said John Richardson, managing director of Inkjet Solutions. “Inkjet Solutions recognizes the market’s need for an entry-level, single-printhead technology with the benefits of aqueous pigment inkjet. Label and tag converters can take advantage of the enhanced durability and high-quality production at an affordable price point.”
For larger production volumes, Inkjet Solutions will offer Colordyne’s 3600 Series AP solutions. The 3600 Series pigment print engines use a single printhead for each color channel, CMYK plus optional spot color. This system can print at faster speeds and offers additional configuration flexibility.
“Inkjet Solutions is an ideal partner to represent our aqueous pigment technology,” said Andy Matter, president of Colordyne Technologies. “Their familiarity with digital inkjet retrofits provides seamless integration of the new print engine into their product offerings. Plus, together we can deliver this technology to more regions and markets.” 
Colordyne’s aqueous pigment technology offers longer printhead life and enhanced durability through greater water fastness, light fastness and rub resistance. Using aqueous pigment inkjet also allows the print engine to work with a greater number of substrates to meet a wider range of application needs.

To learn more, stop by Inkjet Solutions’ booth, 9A24, during Labelexpo Europe 2019. The show will take place from September 24 to 27 at the Brussels Expo Center in Brussels, Belgium. 

 

About Colordyne Technologies
Headquartered in Brookfield, WI, Colordyne Technologies is a leading manufacturer of efficient, high resolution digital print solutions. Colordyne is committed to providing on-demand label and tag color inkjet printers for a wide range of applications and industries at breakthrough speeds and cost effectiveness. Colordyne’s wide range of digital color platforms – from benchtop industrial color printers to complete, in-line finishing production presses – demonstrates Colordyne’s specialization in scalability of the industry’s most versatile products. Visit www.colordynetech.com for additional information.
About Inkjet Solutions
Based in Peterborough UK, Inkjet Solutions is ideally situated to serve the European Market with monochrome and CMYK inkjet print engines and industrial inkjet solutions. The company employs a network of highly skilled engineers and agents to evaluate print requirements and offer a cost-effective, turnkey solution for even the most demanding challenges. Inkjet Solutions offers a vast array of inkjet technologies including UV, aqueous dye, aqueous pigment, cationic (food safe) high build tactile and varnish. Any of these technologies can be integrated into an existing machine or a new standalone press.
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