Color-Logic certifies Nilpeter”s Panorama digital press

L&NW reports that Panorama users can offer 250 metallic colors, together with unlimited decorative effects, with no post-finishing required.

Color-Logic has certified the Nilpeter Panorama DP-3 standalone digital press for use with the Color-Logic process for label applications.

Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves, on confirming the certification, says, “Test samples of Color-Logic printing done on the Nilpeter Panorama digital press were outstanding.  Color-Logic has worked with Nilpeter conventional presses since our founding nearly ten years ago, ensuring that converters who currently operate Nilpeter flexo presses and add the Nilpeter Panorama will be able to utilize the Color-Logic process both flexo and digital printing.”

Geeves adds, “Nilpeter Panorama customers can provide 250 metallic colors to clients, together with unlimited decorative effects created at the design stage with no post-finishing required.  The combination of Color-Logic and Nilpeter makes our decorative special effects and metallic colors available to Nilpeter press owners around the world.”

Read more about Color-Logic”s decorative and reflective color communications system here.

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