Hymmen promotes digital printing ‘everywhere’

Hymmen, the machine and plant manufacturer, demonstrated digital printing for furniture at Interzum 2019 with a variety of application examples. To capitalise on the tremendous innovation and cost-saving potential of digital printing for the furniture industry, Hymmen’s Jupiter digital printing lines provide a technology that’s already proven on an industrial scale.

The decentralised use of digital printing technology opens up enormous advantages with respect to decoration flexibility without setup costs, with high profitability and production efficiency.

The company offers pioneering digital printing technologies, not only in terms of the decoration of surfaces, but also in terms of haptics. The latest development is the now patented digital lacquer embossing (DLE) structure printing method, which offers interesting and completely new design options for the furniture industry, including for uni-colored surfaces.

The technology has won Hymmen the Interzum Red Dot award for the high product quality produced by this method.

The company has managed to print even particularly difficult decors in excellent quality, in a single pass. For this purpose, it has developed an automatic colour calibration software.

Of interest to companies with digital printing needs for smaller batches is the single-plank line newly developed, which, in addition to demand-based capacity volumes, also offers the advantage of printing into the joint.

On display was a variety of digital printing applications and structured product samples of doors, kitchen work surfaces, kitchen fronts, rear wall cladding, table tops, flooring, moldings, and edge bands.



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