Global Inkjet Systems (GIS), a Nano-Dimension division, will be presenting its latest image print quality solutions at Labelexpo Europe 2023, 11-14 September in Hall 8, Stand A30. The event, which takes place in Brussels, Belgium, provides a platform for printers and converters of labels, flexible packaging and folding cartons to explore the latest advancements in label printing technology.
The GIS Atlas software suite of products offers OEMs and integrators in the label and packaging sector the optimal digital image print technology for rapid product development and time to market. Additionally, the company’s collaborative approach, including key partnerships with Adobe, Global Graphics and Esko, enables successful outcomes for complex projects. During the show, members of the GIS team will be available to discuss how to achieve print quality optimization through the company’s software technology platform.
The GIS Ecosystem consists of several key components. First, the Atlas Platform serves as the hub for seamless technology integration, offering a comprehensive suite of Atlas IQ image quality software tools and integrated workflow options in collaboration with Esko/GIS. Additionally, the ecosystem includes tailored, modular, and scalable Ink Delivery Systems designed to accommodate various ink types and flow modes, and they can also be utilized as standalone products. Lastly, the Versatile Drive Electronics component provides flexible print datapath solutions, supporting a wide range of printheads specifically tailored for packaging and labeling applications. Notably, GIS excels in efficiently managing high data rates, particularly in setups involving a large number of printheads within high-speed, single-pass printing systems.
Simon Edwards, GIS product champion, said, “We are excited to attend for the first time this renowned international event for the label and packaging industry. We look forward to showcasing our label image quality optimization capabilities and invite visitors to experience firsthand the difference collaboration with GIS can make.”