The event featured presentations from industry experts on aqueous pigment technology and live demonstrations of Colordyne's full suite of solutions.
Colordyne's newest 3600 Series technology using aqueous pigment inkjet was the focus of the event. The full color, CMYK, aqueous pigment print engine, powered by Memjet's DuraLink printhead technology, is the first of its kind. Attendees saw firsthand product demonstrations of the new engine printing at speeds up to 300 feet per minute and resolution up to 1600 by 1585 dpi.
"Our goal for this event was to show end user customers as well as customers interested in integrating our technology into their systems, how Colordyne's new aqueous pigment print engine can help them gain a competitive edge," said Andy Matter, president of Colordyne Technologies. "We accomplished this and so much more. Attendees experienced the versatility of this new technology and how working with Colordyne can help fast track their integration."
The modular and scalable design of Colordyne's new 3600 Series aqueous pigment technology offers superior integration flexibility. Pairing this with Colordyne's integration expertise, product development is completed faster and at a lower price point than in-house engineering. In addition, the pigment ink set provides the capabilities to meet a wider range of application needs, including those requiring enhanced durability.
"Speaking with our customers, they found the event to be extremely insightful," said Taylor Buckthorpe, director of sales at Colordyne Technologies. "The event helped them confirm their original interest in aqueous pigment technology. This is the future of digital print in the label, commercial and corrugated markets, among others, and we are excited to be a part of it."
The event featured presentations from Taylor Buckthorpe, director of sales at Colordyne Technologies, Stephen Buchanan, R&D chemist at Kao Collins, and Eric Owen, general manager - commercial press at Memjet.
"We received a positive response to the Colordyne Open House," said Matter. "There was a high demand for the limited registration spots and an outstanding turnout of new and existing customers, strategic partners and industry suppliers."