Colordyne Technologies Introduces The 2800 Series Mini Laser
Colordyne Technologies (colordynetech.com), a leading digital labels and packaging equipment manufacturer, introduces the 2800 Series Mini Laser, an off-line or near-line finishing system. The new addition to Colordyne’s suite of solutions marks the first of their finishing-only product offerings. The 2800 Series Mini Laser features the same reliable finishing technology as Colordyne’s 2800 Series Mini Laser Pro. It laminates, laser die cuts and removes matrix waste in a single pass. This solution is ideal for accompanying roll-to-roll digital printers, such as the 2600 Series Mini Press, to complete the short run, custom label and tag production process.
“Other companies sell digital label and packaging equipment. We sell digital label and packaging solutions,” says Andrew Matter, president of Colordyne Technologies. “We have brand owners and private label manufacturers using our digital printers that typically source pre-die cut material from outside vendors because they do not have the space or resources to manage a multitude of dies. We wanted to provide a solution for these customers to bring label finishing in-house to take full control of their label production.”
The 2800 Series Mini Laser is ideal for finishing labels off-line or near-line, and it can create custom die cut blank label stock for use on digital benchtop solutions. Since it uses a laser for die cutting instead of traditional rotary or blade cutting, it can produce more jobs in less time, with lower consumable costs. The laser technology eliminates the need for expensive dies and knives, making it a more cost-effective solution long term.
The 2800 Series Mini Laser offers a max cut width of 7.87 inches and a max cut length of 47.24 inches with speeds up to 60 feet per minute. It allows users to easily and affordably execute complex cuts in any quantity to create unique, custom labels. Like Colordyne’s digital print systems, the 2800 Series Mini Laser features an intuitive and visual user interface that allows operators to make cutting adjustments on-the-fly.