Cambridge, UK based Domino continues to grow its Digital Printing business, with entrance into the corrugated sector. The company will be introducing the X630i, its first digital inkjet product offering for corrugated, via a virtual launch event on June 16. Besides this being a highly automated inkjet printing solution, Domino will also launch a new ink set based on novel water-based ink technology.
Founded in June 1978, Domino Printing Sciences has a long and successful history of developing and manufacturing innovative coding, marking and digital inkjet printing technologies. Now approaching 1000 worldwide industrial installations based on this proven and reliable inkjet platform, Domino will launch its first digital inkjet press for the corrugated industry on what would have been the first day of Drupa 2020.
“The single pass Domino X630i digital inkjet press has been designed for everyday corrugated production, allowing corrugated box printers to maximize productivity and efficiency, and minimize cost, ink consumption, and waste,” said Matt Condon, Business Development Manager at Domino. “It will enable them to profitably develop short and medium run market opportunities, facilitate new streams of business, and provide a more complete range of capability for their customer base.”
This virtual event will be moderated by respected print & packaging industry expert, Dr. Sean Smyth, who will take a look at the corrugated sector market trends, the impact COVID-19 is having on these, and the growing trend to adopt digital technology. Sean will interview Finn MacDonald from Kentucky based Independent II to discover why they decided to take their first step into digital with Domino. Attendees will also hear from David Ellen – Global Divisional Director, Domino Digital Printing who provides an overview of the organization, and Matt Condon will illustrate the key features and benefits of the X630i corrugated press.
Visit https://go.domino-printing.com/PRX630iVirtualLaunchUS for more details and to register to attend the virtual launch on June 16.