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Canon adds value with Scodix partnership

Canon has revealed details of a new partnership with Scodix, whereby customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa using a varioPRINT iX-series or VarioPrint i-series press will be able to produce a range of special effects in their print.

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Canon varioPRINT iX-series and VarioPrint i-series users can add Scodix Sense, Scodix Foil, Scodix Glitter, Scodix VDE and Scodix Cast&Cure as aesthetic dimensions

Users will be able to add value using any of the Scodix Ultra digital enhancement presses, with Canon highlighting the compatibility between the varioPRINT iX ink technology and the Scodix PolySense 500 polymer.

Proprietary water-based varioPRINT iX inks work with ColorGrip technology to allow printing on a range of media, and, as a neutral inkset, enables downstream compatibilities and allows for Scodix PolySense 500-based embellishments.

As such, Canon says varioPRINT iX-series and VarioPrint i-series users can use any Scodix Ultra digital enhancement press to deliver differentiated premium products.

Output printed on the Canon press can pass through the Scodix press, with the ability to add add the Scodix Sense, Scodix Foil, Scodix Glitter, Scodix VDE and Scodix Cast&Cure aesthetic dimensions.

Using Scodix’s print embellishments, our customers can elevate the value of their products and increase the efficiency of their workflows

Hayco van Gaal, vice president sales and service, commercial printing EMEA at Canon Europe, comments: “We are constantly on the look-out for ways to enable our customers to inject further creativity into their campaigns, broaden their application portfolio and increase revenue.

“Using Scodix’s print embellishments, our customers can elevate the value of their products and increase the efficiency of their workflows.”

Scodix chief executive and co-founder, Eli Grinberg, adds: “The output generated by Canon’s varioPRINT iX-series using the varioPRINT iX ink technology is the ideal foundation on which to overlay our own PolySense 500 polymer to give commercial print providers products they can charge a premium for and be sure to see a rapid return on their investment.”

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