Xeikon to unveil dry toner campaign at Hunkeler Innovation Days 2019

New technology to enhance dry toner productivity and quality

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Hunkeler Innovation Days 2019 will be held at Messe Lucerne, 25 - 28 February.

A division of Flint Group and a leader in digital color printing technology, Xeikon will launch ‘The Power of Dry Toner’ campaign at Hunkeler Innovation Days 2019, Messe Lucerne, 25 – 28 February. It is noteworthy that in 2015, Xeikon joined Flint Group to create a new ‘Digital Printing Solutions’ division for the leading global print consumables and solution provider to the print and packaging industry. Xeikon’s latest move will likely to leverage the sale volume of the company’s consumables as HID 2019 is an important global event for the participants.

“Our power of dry toner campaign combines all facets of our operation to reinforce the positioning of our dry toner technology,” explains Dimitri Van Gaever, market segment manager at Xeikon. “Our customers are looking for high quality solutions that are very productive on all types and weights of stocks. We also see them increasing volumes, and inkjet isn’t able to produce these applications at the required quality levels.”

Xeikon is working on new toner, fusing, conditioning assembly and image quality technology developments. They deliver greater productivity, even higher quality and a wider application range on Xeikon’s duplex dry toner platforms for graphic arts and commercial print.

Van Gaever further said, “We are excited to share details of these with HID2019 visitors and how, together, they ensure a compelling total cost of ownership.”

Xeikon states that dry toner is the most sustainable digital print technology. It is complementary to high speed inkjet while offering the highest availability in the market place.

“It is the technology of choice for a set of high value, highly profitable applications where Xeikon technology excels and this helps ‘mid-range’ customers to become or remain successful. It is also a clear alternative for high risk investments that force companies into a relentless race to find ever increasing volumes and produce these at breakneck speeds, driving down prices and margins of ‘more of the same’ commoditized print products”, said Van Gaever.