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  • 05 Feb 2015

Trojanlabel announces digital press installations

(r) Amarilio Botas, owner of Etipresse Portugal, with new TrojanTwo and Thomas Jensen, Trojanlabel

Trojanlabel has made 30 installations of its Memjet-based TrojanTwo digital roll-to-roll label printing system since its launch at Labelexpo Americas 2014 in Chicago.

One of the installations was at Danish converter IkonPrint, which was already running other Memjet-based systems. TrojanTwo allowed the company to print at a high resolution in longer runs at a consistent quality.

Commented Thomas Nielsen, owner of IkonPrint: ‘I was really impressed with the quality of the print. Even when the color density in the print is high, the print is flawless and the colors are crisp. I wouldn’t expect this from a label press this size, and it is really fascinating to see how consistent the print is.’

Etiquette Théophiles, a label converter in France, is another customer. We were looking for high quality printing and did not want to make any compromises in this regard,’ says Régis Théophiles, owner of Etiquette Théophiles.  ‘TrojanTwo fulfilled our expectations and was furthermore more economic than other solutions we had been looking at. The 1600 x 1600 dpi resolution print was the best we had seen, even at an 18 m/minute printing speed.’

Trojanlabel says its has sold 30 presses since the fall launch of the TrojanTwo press, with both small and large converters among the customers. The company is forecasting sales of 125 digital presses in 2015. 


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