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  • 31 Jan 2020

DTM starts selling LX610e in EMEA region

DTM starts selling LX610e in EMEA region

DTM Print has started selling its new LX610e full-color, desktop label printer integrated x/y cutting plotter in the EMEA region.

According to the company the LX610e is the only full-color, desktop label printer/plotter in the world that delivers photo-quality labels in any size and shape. It combines color inkjet label printing at up to 4800 dpi with a built-in digital die-cutting mechanism. The printer features a built-in die-cutting knife blade for cutting labels into custom shapes and sizes and a built-in ‘pizza-wheel’ style cutter for horizontal cutting of labels. 

The LX610e offers the maximum print width of 104 mm (4.1in) when using the die cutting function and 127 mm (5in) when using just the printing option on pre-die cut label materials.

The manufacturer offers two different types of inks for the new device: dye-based inks able to produce bright and vibrant colors and pigment-based inks that are not as bright, but offer a great resistance to sunlight and water. 

DTM Print provides customers a wide selection of inkjet label substrates including matte and glossy paper, polyester and polypropylene, available as pre-die cut or continuous material. Die-cutting substrates with enhanced backing for digital cutting is also available and certified by DTM Print.

The new printer comes with a copy of PTCreate, an intuitive software allowing all typical print and cut functions, including import of images, drawing of circles, squares, ovals, rectangles and starbursts. Upgraded Pro version of this piece of software is sold separately and adds tools such as layering, export of images, contour cutting around intricate artwork and auto-trace cut function.

 

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