LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — CustomXM, a central Arkansas marketing services provider, recently added the Kodak Dimensional Printing capability to its Nexpress 3000 Digital Production Color Press. CustomXM is currently the only provider of these services in the state of Arkansas.
Dimensional printing gives specified text and images a raised or 3D effect that can help communications stand out in a crowded marketplace. The result is a printed piece with a dimensional feel that mimics the surface of the items in the image.
“We encourage our clients to really ‘feel’ the difference that Dimensional Printing can make on a printed piece,” said Paul Strack, President of Custom Printing Company. “This product offers unique solutions which continue to differentiate ourselves, and our clients, in a crowded marketplace.” Strack also noted that, “Kodak’s Dimensional Printing is the only inline digital, tactile printing available on the market, and we are proud to be the first to bring it to our Arkansas clients.”
NEXPRESS Dimensional Clear Dry Ink creates a clear “raised” layer on top of a page element and can be used to enhance graphics, text, or a full color image. Dimensional Printing takes place inline, maintaining press productivity while creating high-impact results.
The overall tactile effect is similar to relief printing, but with a greater degree of control-Dimensional Printing can be set to produce variable heights, so a user can more closely mimic the texture of a specific image. And in contrast to thermography, which can only be applied to ink, NEXPRESS Dimensional Clear Dry Ink does not require ink or an image to adhere to the substrate.
Dimensional Printing creates prints that are recyclable. Dimensional Printing does not require any special de-inking and uses no volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
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