Bobst, along with its digital printing competence center Mouvent, will reveal a portfolio of innovations at Labelexpo Europe 2019, helping converters and brand owners improve time-to-market, guarantee color consistency and food packaging safety
These include Ink-on-Demand (IoD), a new inking system which eliminates ink trays and chambered doctor blades; Highly Automated Liquids (HAL), an off-line ink mixing station for producing Pantone colors from 14 basic inks; and DigiColor, the first ever in-line ‘closed loop’ color system that enables digital color adjustment to the target Delta E values during printing.
These innovations have paved the way for a new hybrid
The IoD inking system replaces conventional inking reservoirs with a single rubber pipe that dispenses 30 grams of ink to the print unit. The system eliminates ink trays and chambered doctor blades.
Visitors will be able to see live demos and speak with Bobst experts at stand 3A59/58, and see the Bobst M6 press in action at the Flexible Packaging Arena on stand 11A50.