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Colordyne’s Open House Focuses on Hybrid Printing Technology

Colordyne Technologies welcomed visitors to its new Inkjet Innovation Center at its corporate headquarters in Brookfield, Wis.

Taylor Buckthorpe presents at Colordyne’s open house.
Taylor Buckthorpe presents at Colordyne’s open house.

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The open house focused on the benefits of adding digital capabilities to print production for narrow web labels and packaging businesses.

The event featured presentations from industry experts including our partners Kao Collins, Xitron, Avery Dennison, as well as and Colordyne Technologies’ experts. Attendees saw live product demonstrations of Colordyne’s 3800 Series process color retrofits, the UV-LED print engine and its latest eco-friendly water-based development.

"Our goal for this event was to show customers how Colordyne’s inkjet print engines can allow them to gain a competitive edge," said Taylor Buckthorpe, Director of Sales & Marketing at Colordyne Technologies. "Attendees experienced the versatility of our inkjet technology and how working with Colordyne can help fast track its adoption. We thank all of our partners and attendees for making this a successful event".

During the open house, Buckthorpe spoke about the benefits of digital printing and the reliable print-to-die-cut capabilities of Colordyne's inkjet retrofits.


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