MGI to hold Asia Pacific premiere of JETvarnish 3D inkjet spot UV coater at CHINA PRINT

Published Tuesday, 7 May, 2013

MGI Digital Graphic Technology will hold the Asia Pacific premiere of the JETvarnish 3D inkjet spot UV coater at China Print 2013, held May 14-18 in Beijing.

MGI is exhibiting at China Print with their local partner Wilson, a leader in the Chinese graphic equipment market. Together, MGI and Wilson will feature the JETvarnish 3D in live operation in booth E2-200 along with the flagship Meteor DP8700 XL digital press.

JETvarnish 3D inkjet spot UV coater
The award-winning JETvarnish 3D builds on the worldwide commercial success of the JETvarnish inkjet spot UV coater, giving graphics professionals a dual set of digital tools to maximize profitability - traditional spot UV coating and new 3D raised effects, together for the first time in one production unit.

The JETvarnish 3D features spot UV coating at speeds up to 3,000 B2/20 x 29" sheets per hour and new 3D raised effects up to 100 microns in thickness.  These beautiful tactile effects allow end users to differentiate their brands and add a new dimension of visual appeal to a wide range of projects, such as book covers, brochures, business cards, pocket folders, postcards, packaging, photo books, greeting cards, announcements and more.  The JETvarnish 3D’s 100% digital operation requires no plates, screens or expensive makeready, perfect for runs from one to thousands or more.

Other key features include sheet sizes up to 20x42”, full variable data capabilities, MGI’s ARC camera system that ensures precise registration to printed pages, plus 3D effects compatibility with most digital or offset prints with no lamination required.

While China Print is the official Asia Pacific premiere of the JETvarnish 3D, installations have already been going on in the region for several months.

Meteor DP8700 XL multi-substrate digital press
The most versatile digital press in the global graphics market, the flagship Meteor DP8700 XL offers users key differentiators including the widest range of substrates (paper, plastics & envelopes), the largest sheet size among production sheetfed digital presses (up to 40" in production), laser-safe prints via oil-free, dry toner, no click charge and an economical total cost of operation.