SCODIX, ISRAEL – September 22, 2014 — Scodix, the leading provider of digital enhancement solutions for the graphic arts industry, today announced Scodix SPOT™ will be exhibited for the first time at Graph Expo 2014 (booth #2241). Scodix SPOT enables commercial printers to digitally recreate the flat varnish look and feel to short-run printed projects, without the time-consuming setup or costly inventory of traditional spot varnish and silk screen printing processes. Working within the Scodix workflow, PSPs can now apply digital spot coating with minimal setup, just one operator, and keep projects in-house, while offering designers greater creativity within variable data printing jobs.
“Scodix SPOT is an ideal complement to the high-gloss effects of Scodix SENSE™,” notes Scodix VP of Marketing Amit Shvartz. “Compatible with the new Scodix Ultra Pro, Scodix SPOT’s automatic maintenance offers users an environmentally-friendly solution to a very costly, time-consuming, and messy production task. For short-run projects, it’ll deliver a cost-effective alternative and Scodix RSP™ technology ensures consistently perfect registration. For many Print service providers, Scodix SPOT will convert an outsourced expense into an in-house revenue stream.”
The first launched adaptation of Scodix SPOT technology will be the Scodix SPOT 80™, digital coating developed specifically for offset and laminated sheet applications. It is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2015 through Scodix distribution and sales channels.
Scodix Ltd. is the leading provider of digital print enhancement presses for the Graphic Arts industry, offering print service providers and converters the ability to add value to the products they provide to their customers. The company’s digital enhancement presses and Scodix SENSE™ solution offer unmatched, high-quality enhancement capabilities that make the graphic communications printed product stand out from the rest and leave a lasting impression.
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