New product launches and technology developments from Kodak

With a broad range of new developments and enhancements, Kodak continues to drive the evolution of the graphic arts industry. The company will feature a series of new products on its stand. Kodak will launch its next generation inkjet technology platform, Kodak Ultrastream Inkjet Technology. Built on the company’s continuous inkjet Stream technology, Ultrastream will move production inkjet into the mainstream of commercial printing and packaging. On display on the Kodak stand, visitors will also see: Live demonstrations of the KODAK PROSPER 6000C press with inline finishing; Kodak’s Extended Gamut + Varnish (XGV) technology demonstration for flexible films produced on narrow-web; This is Inkjet! Loft, an apartment decorated with Kodak Stream digitally printed products including laminate flooring, countertops, furniture, wallpaper, napkins and water bottles. Kodak will also showcase its new KODAK NEXPRESS ZX3900 Digital Production Color Press which will be running live throughout the show. The new press supports thicker paper and the use of synthetic substrates that will open up new opportunities for printers, including short-run packaging applications like labels, tags and small folding cartons, as well as differentiated commercial and publishing products. Complementing these stateof- the-art NEXPRESS ZX Press models, the company will also preview a new KODAK NEXPRESS Platform on its stand, with commercial availability targeted for 2017. The new platform will feature a new multi-bit LED writing system that provides industryunique computational halftone screening, enabling extremely consistent, high image quality with minimal artifacts. The company is launching a new KODAK NEXPRESS Opaque White Dry Ink for NEXPRESS Presses for the Fifth Imaging Unit. This new specialty dry ink complements the nine inks already available, while delivering excellent opacity in a single pass through the press, and providing increased productivity and higher quality short run production for applications such as packaging, signage, labels and invitations.







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