At the innovation days exhibition, innovative technologies developed by graphics software for printing machines will be presented. In addition, case studies like the world’s leading manufacturer of narrow and medium track printing and equipment, show how these technologies have been integrated into workflows.
Screenpro Is An Ultrafast Screening Engine For Printing Defects
By eliminating defects such as streaking and staining that are complicated and expensive to mechanically correct, they dramatically improve the print quality of inkjet printheads. They can be applied to any workflow in the printing industry (both a press that is already on the market and a press that is still in the design phase), and are made with any software and combination of inks, substrates , Printheads and electronics compatible.
Developed in partnership with global graphics, ScreenPro technology is an important step in streaming full-color options to meet the printing speed requirements of next generation, next-generation UV inkjet printing systems. It seamlessly integrated high-speed variable data streaming into the existing Pro Work digital front-end.
The Exhibition Is Supported By A Conference Program
More than 50 presentations, roundtables and workshops will be organized during the days of the fair to help visitors better understand how they can apply new design, development, engineering and manufacturing technologies.
This exhibition has a long history of screening innovation that began in the 1990s with patented or stochastic screening technology. In the age of digital and inkjet printing, graphics have developed a new generation of screening technologies that enable press manufacturers to improve image quality in single-pass inkjet press applications. After the quality was “unacceptable” on difficult jobs, such as those with blue skies, quality is now very good on the most complicated jobs. The visible banding was completely removed. Prints achieve 100% customer satisfaction and have further increased the share of one-piece digitally printed products.