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Scodix targets multiple sectors with new presses

Digital enhancement solutions provider Scodix has announced the commercial launch of its next generation series of ‘Ultra Digital Enhancement’ presses, pledging to deliver targeted solutions for a number of industry sectors.

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The six new presses succeed the Ultra 101 and 202, though the Scodix E106 is still available for B1 folding carton applications

Comprising six presses, the range has been tailored to specifically operate within the commercial, speciality, packaging and web-to-print (W2P) markets.

“Whatever the application, enhancement or budget requirement, we have a solution within this series,” Scodix chief executive Eli Grinberg says, adding: “Print service providers can choose the press that will best support the future growth of their business.”

The Scodix Ultra 3000 and Ultra 4000 presses are aimed at the W2P market and both incorporate Scodix Studio W2P software. The Ultra 3000 primarily focuses on W2P, while the Ultra 4000, which allows for larger-format substrates, pallet feeders and stackers, is aimed at web-to-pack printers.

Meanwhile, the Scodix Ultra 1000 and 2000 presses are suited to commercial and speciality work, with the ability to produce a wide range of applications. The Ultra 1000 delivers accessible digital enhancement, while the Ultra 2000 offers all Scodix applications on one platform.

Whatever the application, enhancement or budget requirement, we have a solution within this series

In addition, the Scodix Ultra 5000 and 6000 both allow for thicker substrates, which the manufacturer says makes them suitable for packaging work. Both of the machines incorporate industrial pallet feeders and stackers, with the Ultra 6000 offering a larger-format, featuring a simplified range of enhancements.

“Scodix enhances products from premium business and greeting cards, folders, head-turning book covers, audience-engaging brochures to stand-out labels and packaging, folding cartons, rigid boxes, point-of-display and security markings always with a focus on fine detail and high quality results,” Grinberg says.

“By launching this segmented product portfolio, we are increasing the number of customers that can employ Scodix, and we are offering Scodix value to more brands, print buyers and consumers of print.

“This is truly the next era for the Scodix business.”

Scodix equipment is available from Friedheim International in the UK.

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