Manufacturer eyes bumper year for TrojanTwo

Trojanlabel is predicting a vigorous year of sales thanks to its latest model, introduced in September 2014.

The Danish manufacturer reports it has already received nearly 30 orders from converters for its TrojanTwo roll-to-roll label press since its debut at Label Expo 2014 in Chicago.

This initial enthusiasm has caused the Danish manufacturer to upgrade its forecast sales for 2015 to a total of 125 machines delivered.B esides existing digital label converters, TrojanTwo is being marketed as a suitable entry-level press.

Trojanlabel CEO Mikkel Wichmann explains: ‘The demand for digital labels is obviously growing rapidly, but the market has not been within reach for all converters. TrojanTwo makes it possible for Trojanlabel customers to get on board without incurring huge capital investment – something the market desperately needs.’

TrojanTwo carries a Memjet aqueous inkjet printhead that offers high-resolution print at 1,600 x 1,600dpi and consistency, even at speeds of up to 18m per minute.

Wichmann adds: ‘We found a highly successful way to integrate the Memjet single head into our machine, eliminating the prior problems with consistent high-quality printing related to the single-head technology. As a result, TrojanTwo delivers an extremely high print quality, which is not only limited to short runs.’

This article comes from Digital Demand World, which provides exclusive news and analysis on developments in digital print trends, markets, and technologies.