A pioneer in digital printing, Xeikon designs, develops and delivers high-end digital colour printing systems for the industrial, document and commercial printing market segments.
These systems, which provide digital printing solutions from start to finish, are composed of advanced web-fed printing engines using LED-array-based, drytoner electrophotography, open workflow software, exclusive toner and other consumables.
Xeikon’s production and R&D operations are based in Belgium and its solutions are distributed by Xeikon International BV in The Netherlands and supported through a worldwide sales and service network.
Xeikon NV has announced that Labels Unlimited has purchased and installed a Xeikon 3030 digital color press to support its growing business in pressure sensitive labels, tags, film, laser sheets and other types of packaging.
Xeikon NV has announced that it enjoyed a highly successful PRINT 2013, which included strong sales at the show and future sales opportunities, positive brand positioning, as well as strengthened relationships with customers.
The Digital Press, Dorset, UK, a long-standing producer of digital print with a track record of producing the highest quality printed products via its Xeikon digital color press had been using perfect binding for some time.
The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) was proud to honor David C. Pitts, President and Co-Owner of Classic Graphics, Charlotte, N.C., with its highest honor for industry service, the 2013 Walter E. Soderstrom Award, during the Soderstrom...
Inside the press arena, attendees can see firsthand the full breadth of printing production technology, from cutting-edge digital printers and presses to the chemicals and accessories necessary to keep the pressroom humming.
According to Xeikon, Trillium is targeted at high quality print applications, similar to the current 8000 Series dry toner printers, but designed for higher print volumes and with an improved cost structure that will challenge not only inkjet, but also...
Today, we have seen leaders in the high-end electrophotographic market, such as HP, Kodak, and Xeikon, expanding the capabilities of their devices to provide additional efforts to accommodate five or more print stations also known as, “5+” colors...