In today’s digital world, the need for a variable or unique code or mark for branding or other unique/custom qualities is greater than ever.
EMP can meet your growing demand for variable data labeling applications including:
Warehouse markers and tracking codes
Brand security and protection
Personalization and variable coding
Industrial and specialty markets
Barcoding and date stamping
With EMP you can have more than the mass production of a single label with the option of customization on any scale. We can gang run several jobs at once, without a plate change, for faster turn-around and reduced costs or produce entire rolls of completely unique labels.
For high-speed, high quality variable printing, our Domino K600 press features 600 x 600 dpi print quality for barcodes with crisp, clean edges. This digital press is attached to an 6-color flexo press to allow your labels to not only have variable data such as barcodes or text but also a range of linear, 2D barcodes, numbers, graphics, logos and personalized data. All of this printed with a high quality UV ink, perfect for any indoor or outdoor application.
The advantage of combining variable printing with full color printing is the ability to make every label unique. Whether you are printing serial numbers, barcodes, 2D barcodes, parking decals or date and lot coding on product labels, EMP can print your black variable data on a static 4-color process label with custom die cuts. Combining variable data with full color printing is especially useful when printing multiple copies of a label with variable data information.
The advantages of printing with digital:
Highly durable UV ink
Customization on any scale
Fast turn-around time
No plate charges for digital printing
how does digital printing work?
Our Domino K600i system is mounted to one of our 6 color flexographic presses for high versatility in options. The system works by first printing any static information on your labels like a full color logo or graphic. The substrate then moves up to our digital printing system to have the variable data printed with a black UV ink. Each and every impression is a completely new image so you can have every single impression be completely different if this meets your needs. The substrate then moves on to be die cut and finished.