Xeikon brings inkjet Panther to PacPrint
Xeikon is introducing its Panther PX3300 UV inkjet label press – designed to address the industrial, chemical and household markets, as well as the premium beer, spirits, beverages, and luxury health and beauty sectors – live on the stand at PacPrint.
It is the first showing of the Xeikon Panther 2.0 technology in Australia, with the high-end PX3300 UV inkjet press the focal point on Xeikon’s stand.
Built for production of highly durable labels, the press was first unveiled towards the end of last year, as the next evolution of Xeikon’s high productivity inkjet portfolio. It offers full rotary printing at variable repeat length with CMYK, or CMYK plus white UV inks, which are sunlight, water, chemical, temperature and mechanical resistant.
“We are excited to bring the Xeikon PX3300 to Australia to show customers what our Panther UV inkjet technology can deliver in terms of high quality, speed, durability and versatility. This press will enable printers to get into new markets where high durability is expected, and really change the game for them,” said Trevor Crowley, GM sales at Xeikon. “In addition, we offer full colour variable data capabilities with the Vari-One option, while the white UV ink can create embellishments and haptic effects inline for a luxury feel.”
Xeikon is promoting its full suite of technologies, designed to address the labels, packaging, graphics and corrugated markets, the latter with its new Idera press technology. Xeikon offers both toner-based and inkjet technologies, according to application.
“After the extreme challenges of the Covid pandemic, we are delighted to be back at PacPrint to connect with our customers face-to-face. Our industry thrives on in-person networking and a hands-on approach. As much as we can extol the virtues of Xeikon technology during online presentations and virtual events, you really need to get up close and personal with the machinery to truly understand their power and the opportunities they can bring to your business,” concluded Crowley.