Last year, Memjet announced DuraLink, the second-generation print technology for high-volume print markets that’s already building the future of print. This year at Labelexpo Americas and PRINT 18, some new updates that show the progress of this modular technology, combined with new announcements about VersaPass made these exciting events for Memjet,OEM partners and the customers we serve.
Didn’t make it to these events? You can see the recap here:
Two Printing Technologies, Unlimited Possibilities
DuraLink is Memjet’s groundbreaking digital printing platform, combining long-life printheads, pigment ink and flexible modules. This unique combination of features brings the power of inkjet to high-volume commercial, packaging and industrial printing markets.
Memjet recently announced its first DuraLink OEM partners: Colordyne Technologies, a strong Memjet OEM partner with demonstrated success using Memjet’s technology, and PPSI, an experienced developer of custom inkjet printing and manufacturing solutions.
Memjet has also formed DuraLink partnerships with China. Liaoning Zheng Hong Basch Digital Technology is an organization engaged in the development, production and marketing in CTP and digital inkjet printing technology. Another Chinese OEM, the UP Group, is developing a DuraLink-powered color label printing solution.
Also on display at these events were products created by the newly formed partnership between Memjet and Konica Minolta.
By combining Memjet’s printing technology with the hardware expertise of Konica Minolta printers, providers get the advantage of digital inkjet print and labeling solutions that deliver the speed, quality and affordable cost of ownership needed to succeed in the changing market.
Watch now as Memjet CEO, Len Lauer, and Konica Minolta’s SVP of Business Intelligence & Product Planning, Kevin Kern, meet up at Print18 to discuss what this partnership means to both businesses: