Label Power presents the new range of digital colour label presses from Primera.
Primera’s new CX1200 digital colour label presses are designed to deliver short-run, full-colour digital label printing with significant cost and time savings.
Available at a breakthrough price, the Primera CX1200 offers a simple and cost-effective solution for digital full-colour label printing.
Excellent Print Quality
Incorporating a high-speed and high resolution colour laser engine, the CX1200 digital colour label presses offer 2400 dpi print resolution, with labels featuring bright and vibrant colours in full digital quality that is superior to labels produced on expensive digital presses.
Sharp text and high quality barcodes and graphics are some of the benefits of these digital presses.
ICC colour profiles and Pantone-approved colour support are included for precise colour control.
The CX1200 digital colour label presses offer print speeds of 16.25 feet per minute (fpm), allowing the user to print up to 1250 feet at a time.
Primera’s exclusive IntelliTorque tensioning control system continuously monitors tension across the web, using the feedback to apply variable torque on the rewind mandrel.
The CX1200 digital colour label presses can print on various substrates from pressure-sensitive papers to white and clear polyesters among others.
A wide range of approved matte, semi-gloss and high-gloss materials is also available to precisely match substrates to specific customer requirements.
The CX1200 digital colour label presses are easy to operate from initial set-up through running big jobs.
Free operator training is provided in the USA, Europe and Asia Pacific. Personalised training is also available onsite for a small additional charge.
Advanced Inks and Cartridges
The Primera CX1200 uses micro-fine dry toner-based inks that have been formulated for substrate flexibility, robustness and low running costs in addition to superior abrasion- and UV-resistance.
The four extra high-capacity toner cartridges are easily replaced in just seconds from the front of the unit.
An integrated memory chip assigns each cartridge with a serial number and keeps track of the toner quantity.