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Dantex Launches PicoColour 254HD Digital Press

Dantex Digital has further expanded its Pico range with the launch of the new PicoColour 254HD.

Representing the next step in PicoColour development, the PicoColour 254HD is built on the PicoJet platform. Offering 2.5pl dot size, with an effective resolution of 1200dpi x 1200dpi this new press runs at an increased speed of 50m/164’ per minute. PicoColour 254HD is also available with compact inline finishing, offering a finished reel ready for the applicator. Offering excellent printed results and suitable for short and long-run jobs, this new press provides all the benefits of digital printing at a highly competitive price for today’s demanding production environment, including no minimum quantity, no waste and a super-fast turnaround.

“Our new PicoColour 254HD is the perfect addition to our growing range. With the market readily accepting inkjet as its future, we have listened to our customers and increased versatility across the portfolio of presses available,” said Ben Danon, CEO Dantex Group. “As an established player in the digital press global marketplace, Dantex continues to address the different levels of demand, whilst maintaining the highest quality standards.”

With the addition of PicoColour 254HD, the impressive Pico range now covers 5 different UV inkjet digital presses; the popular PicoColour 210 Classic, PicoColour 254HD, PicoJet 254, PicoJet 330i (50m/164′ per minute) and the flagship PicoJet 330S high-speed model, operating at 75m/250’ per minute. All PicoJet and PicoColour 254HD digital presses offer a 2.5pl dot size and resolution at 1200dpi x 1200dpi.

Built on a modular platform, each of the three PicoJet models are available as hybrids and can incorporate a wide range of inline finishing options, including die-cutting, lamination, backslit/edge trim, slitting and cold foiling.

Formed in 2015, Dantex Digital is responsible for the development of the group’s digital printing presses. Both PicoColour and PicoJet digital presses have been developed by Dantex Digital’s Advance Engineering Team, offering optimum performance digital label printing solutions to the industry. PicoColour and PicoJet ranges are manufactured in Dantex’s Kettering-based purpose-built, state-of-the-art engineering facility.

To find out more about the Pico family visit https://dantex.com/meet-the-family/.

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