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drupa 2016

What’s new at the definitive printing trade show

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A preview of the technology and product line up in Messe Düsseldorf’s Halls 1–17

 

Heidelberg (Hall 1)

Heidelberg “Fire” product line

Heidelberg will be presenting its entire digital printing offering under a standardized family name, the “Fire” product line, which includes the new Primefire 106, Versafire CP/CV, Omnifire 250/1000, and Gallus Labelfire 340. The entire digital printing portfolio can be integrated into the overall workflow of a print shop together with the Heidelberg offset systems via the new Prinect Digital Front End (DFE).

Heidelberg Primefire 106 is the new B1 format inkjet printing system for industrial applications, jointly developed by Heidelberg and Fujifilm.

Heidelberg Versafire CP/CV is the new name for the existing Linoprint CP/CV digital printing systems for the economic production of short and personalized runs.

Gallus Labelfire 340 is the new product name for the former Gallus DCS 340 for digital label printing, which is distributed by Gallus, the Swiss subsidiary of Heidelberg.

Heidelberg Omnifire 250/1000 is the new name for Heidelberg’s 4D printing systems, replacing the former name Heidelberg Jetmaster Dimension 250/1000. Heidelberg uses the term 4D printing to describe the personalized and flexible printing on various three-dimensional objects such as balls, drinking bottles, and other mass-produced items, especially from the consumer goods industry.

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Drupa is the largest printing equipment exhibition in the world held every three years at Messe Duesseldorf in Duesseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The word Drupa is a portmanteau of the German words druck and papier; print and paper respectively.

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