Trinidad Label Company (TLC) has invested in a new Colordyne 2600 Series Mini Press to expand its short-run digital label printing capability.
The investment in the machine, which was installed in mid-2016, is a part of TLC’s plan to meet very short runs of high quality labels requirements for the food and beverage markets.
TLC president Stephen Santos said: “Due to the high quality and quick turnaround time, we saw an opportunity to serve new markets and customers with the Colordyne machine, and expand our business.”
The Colordyne 2600 Series Mini Press is a mid-range roll-to-roll digital printing platform designed to offer run lengths up to 2,500 linear feet per job or version.
TLC digital production supervisor Ricardo Granger said: “This machine allows us to grow our business with customers that have needs outside of our traditional business – like high resolution full color short runs.”
At speeds up to 18 meters per minute, the machine can produce four-color process images at 1600×1600 dpi which is for printing high resolution full color labels, tickets and tags.
Colordyne Technologies sales and marketing director Taylor Buckthorpe said that the The 2600 Series Mini Press allows label converters to expand their business and serve short-run markets.
“Trinidad Label Company is a great example of this. They have become more flexible in their product offerings and can provide faster turnaround times with digital printing, allowing them to grow their business by serving new customers and markets.”
Colordyne said that the Mini Press also provides label converters with easy to use interface, high quality printing capabilities and quick turnaround time.
Image: The Colordyne 2600 Series Mini Press is a mid-range roll-to-roll digital printing platform. Photo: courtesy of Colordyne Technologies.