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Interprint keeps expanding its digital printing range

The company’s third digital printing machine begins operation

​Interprint continues to develop its digital print facilities: The industry pioneer, which put into operation the industry’s first digital printing machine back in 2015, is expanding its offering.  

With the new RotaJET manufactured by Koenig & Bauer, Interprint can now make sure that all of our customers’ demands are satisfied. With a web width of 2250 mm, the decor printer from Arnsberg is now even better equipped to handle the individual products and designs and to satisfy the increased demand. “The fact is: the future is digital. Digitalisation has had a quick and lasting effect on our society and economy. This is also evidenced by our customers’ constantly rising interest in digitally printed products,” says Robert Bierfreund, Managing Director of Interprint GmbH.  

With its third digital printing machine, which is already operating as a 3-shift-model, the company offers the digital versions of the formats common in the decor industry. Industrial digital printing is a perfect addition to classic gravure printing and is particularly impressive from the efficiency point of view. Newly developed decor or smaller individual print runs can be manufactured economically depending on the customer’s requirements.  

“We are excited to be able to show even more flexibility and to offer our customers a larger product portfolio in the field of digital decor printing. Here, we have profited a great deal from our experience as pioneers of industrial digital printing that we gathered during the past years. Our customers can enjoy an even better service, from a quicker development of new products and designs to a superior print quality,” Robert Bierfreund concludes.