Scodix to Show Digital Enhancement

ROSH HAAYIN, ISRAEL | Scodix, provider of digital enhancement solutions for the graphic arts industry, will be exhibiting a full suite of digital applications at the DSCOOP Annual Conference, March 1–4, in Phoenix, AZ.

Included will be Scodix SENSE, a digital enhancement printing that is said to allow print service providers (PSPs), folding carton converters, designers, and brand owners to turn ordinary products and applications into extraordinary creations.

Company says that by applying Scodix SENSE produced by Scodix Digital Enhancement Presses, users can produce highly differentiated premium products, in-house, without sending work out for lamination, embossing, hot foil, or other embellishments. The added value of these digitally enhanced products means premium pricing can be charged, even for short runs—translating into higher profitability for the business.

In conventional processes, embossing requires two dies and a separate press run after any varnishing or laminating. SENSE is said to allow the effects to be produced in one pass.

Reported benefits include the following:

  • 99 Gloss Units (GU), the highest gloss available for printed materials
  • Up to 250 microns in polymer height, 100x higher than selective varnish
  • Variable density capabilities ranging from 1%–100%
  • Scodix “lens effect,” making colors stand out.

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