InPrint 2014 – Integration Technology ITL shows at industrial print debut…

The debut of InPrint 2014’s showcase of print solutions for industrial applications and manufacturing features a live demonstration by UV curing solutions specialist Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) employing cutting edge UV LED technology enabling direct imaging onto products or pre-packaged items.

InPrintThe company is hosting a joint stand (D26 in Hall 21) along with global marketing partner IST-Metzwhose mutually complementary ranges enable the two market leaders to provide an effective ‘one-stop shop’ for all digital applications in industrial printing, coating, adhesive & sealant curing.

The show, April 8-10th, 2014, is co-located with the largest global event for industrial production and manufacturing technology, the world renowned Hannover Messe. InPrint is the first trade exhibition exclusively dedicated to print solutions for industrial applications and manufacturing, a market in which ITL is not only very active but currently views as one of it’s biggest growth sectors.

In order to provide a working demonstration, ITL has teamed with leading industry partners’ to enable printing onto pre-packaged products of different shapes and sizes utilising UV LED cured inks.

The demonstration will feature ITL’s compact yet powerful air cooled SubZero LED curing system integrated onto a newly-developed compact X/Y printing rig from Pantheon Systems Ltd. This platform will also feature Xaar’s latest generation XJ1002 print heads, (capable of single pass printing at speeds of up to 0.5m/sec).

In addition to the working SubZero LED application, ITL will also have on hand at InPrint examples from its comprehensive range of curing solutions, including Solidcure 2, VZero LED, MZero LEDand SubZero arc solutions. ITL products may also be found on a number of other stands at InPrint 2014.

A byword in innovation and quality, the company is a pioneering designer and developer of UV curing solutions for ink jet printing and emerging markets.

Founded near Oxford, England in 2000, today it serves the industry’s foremost OEMs, integrators and system developers with support from the company’s regional offices in Europe, the USA and Asia.

“The incorporating of digital technology as an integral part of manufacturing processes is coming of age,” says managing director, Adrian Lockwood.

“We’re here to show how our technology affords a highly practical and realisable solution for a wide variety of industrial applications.”

More on ITL at http://www.uvintegration.com/

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