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Socdix builds on legacy with Ultra2 Pro

Scodix has reported a positive industry response to its new Scodix Ultra2 Pro Digital Enhancement Press with Foil Station, which it has billed as the “ultimate” multi material system.

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The Scodix Ultra2 Pro Digital Enhancement Press with Foil Station was first unveiled to he market in November last year

Unveiled in November, the Scodix Ultra2 builds on the success of the Scodix Ultra Pro, which, according to the manufacturer, was the only digital enhancement press in the world capable of producing nine different applications, on a range of substrates and with all printing processes

Scodix says its latest Ultra2 model allows for enhanced support for applications, substrates, and print processes, thus offering users greater flexibility, quality and productivity.

Features on the press include a new print engine that can support fast switching between polymers, with improved print quality and superior material flow. The latest model also includes five ink tanks, which Scodix says allows for a more a comprehensive choice of enhancements, as well as new adaptive LED process controls for the curing process with improved accuracy

Our aim at Scodix is to continually support our customers to ‘enhance their competitive edge

Roy Porat, chief executive of Scodix, comments: “Our aim at Scodix is to continually support our customers to ‘enhance their competitive edge. There is no polymer in the world that is suitable for all substrates, no drop behaves the same on all substrates or all printed material. 

“Consequently, we have developed the Scodix Ultra2 Pro, alongside our variety of innovative polymers designed for different purposes, as a system which can deliver the ultimate results. This is essentially a multi-material platform.”

Porat adds: “The Scodix Ultra2 Pro represents our continued commitment to identifying areas for improvement within the graphic arts industry and proactively innovating.”

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