At Labelexpo 2017, HP will demonstrate new technology and solutions that will reportedly help continue driving the conversion of labels and packaging printing from analog to digital for virtually any application.
In the Hall 5 Patio, from September 25-28 in Brussels, HP will demonstrate to visitors how to digitally and efficiently print any label application, at any run-length, in the highest quality. The 2400 sq.m. HP stand will include the largest portfolio of labels and packaging presses in the industry, according to the company.
HP Indigo will showcase the largest portfolio of labels and packaging presses in the industry, including its GEM technology, enabling the application of fully digital graphic embellishments in one pass. Developed with JetFX, GEM will enable streamlined production of digital spot and tactile varnishes, special effects, digital foils, and more.
Also in the showcase, the HP Indigo 8000 Digital Press, what HP calls the industry’s most productive narrow-web press, will demonstrate new levels of speed and capacity for mainstream production, as well as the newest of the HP Indigo WS6000 series.
Labels and much more
The HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press, with its mid-web format capturing new opportunities for digital flexible packaging, labels and sleeve applications, will also be in action at the HP stand. The HP Indigo 20000, together with HP Indigo Pack Ready Lamination, can reportedly deliver end-to-end packaging on-demand with immediate time to market.
HP Indigo Pack Ready coating, another solution in the Pack Ready ecosystem, enables the production of high-performance applications such as retort pouches.
HP Specialty Printing Systems (SPS) OEM partners will demonstrate desktop labeling solutions, including an in-store environment experience.
Visitors to the HP stand will also have the opportunity to learn about the latest security solutions for brand protection and product identification.
Additional highlights include an interactive show and HP customer samples from around the world.
At the Technology Fair, visitors can experience current and future innovations inks, including HP Indigo ElectroInk Silver, green, yellow and orange Fluorescent ElectroInks, Premium White, white for sleeves, and Fade Resistant inks.
Visitors will also have an opportunity to learn more about workflow solutions such as the cloud-based HP PrintOS for optimizing business operations, and HP SmartStream Mosaic 3.0, the variable data technology that powered the recent Amarula campaign of 400,000 unique label designs. Partner solutions presented at the stand include Esko, Digicon, and Digilase.
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