David Savastano, Editor06.22.16
drupa 2016 concluded after 11 days at Messe Dusseldorf, with more than 260,000 attendees walking the 19 halls. As a leader in inkjet technology, Xerox had one of the largest presences at drupa, showing its new Xerox Trivor 2400 Inkjet Press, a continuous feed press, and the Xerox Brenva HD Production Inkjet Press, which processes cut sheets.
Xerox had more to show visitors to its stand, as the company also highlighted its new Xerox Printed Memory labels. Xerox licensed the technology from Thin Film Electronics in January 2015, and recently completed the technology transfer. Xerox prints thin circuitry onto a flexible substrate on one of its production lines in Webster, NY. This allows brand owners to add brand protection information, such as serial numbers, lot codes and expiration dates, to the labels.
The company reports that key markets for Xerox Printed Memory labels include pharmaceuticals, healthcare, and beauty products, and food and beverage, as well as produc
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