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Bielefeld, 03/08/2019—Digital printing for furniture. Everywhere. This is what the machine and plant manufacturer Hymmen will demonstrate at Interzum 2019 with a variety of application examples. Be inspired by Hymmen digital printing technologies at Stand A013, B014 in Hall 3.2.
What has long been established in the flooring industry is still in its infancy in the furniture industry. To capitalize 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 decentralized use of digital printing technology opens up enormous advantages with respect to decoration flexibility without setup costs up to batch size 1 with high profitability and production efficiency.
Hymmen 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 structure printing method Digital Lacquer Embossing (DLE), which offers interesting and completely new design options for the furniture industry, including for unicolored surfaces.
The company has managed to print even particularly difficult decors (e.g., stone patterns with almost unicolored surfaces) in excellent quality, in a single pass. For this purpose, Hymmen has developed the ACC (Automatic Color Calibration) software. We will be happy to show you ‘before/after examples’ at the trade fair. Of particular interest to companies with digital printing needs for smaller batches is the single-plank line newly developed by Hymmen, which, in addition to demand-based capacity volumes, also offers the advantage of printing into the joint.
Interzum visitors can take a look at the variety of digital printing applications for themselves at the Hymmen stand. Under the theme ‘digital printing everywhere’, they will get to see digitally printed and structured product samples of doors, kitchen work surfaces, kitchen fronts, rear wall cladding, table tops, flooring, moldings, and edgebands. Videos provide an insight into digital printing in real production conditions at customer sites. At Interzum, Hymmen hopes to give new impetus to the use of digital printing in the furniture sector.
Fig. 1: Hymmen digital printing lines for digital decorative printing on edgebands (l.) and digital structuring via Digital Lacquer Embossing (r.)
Fig. 2: Hymmen Digital Lacquer Embossing (DLE) product sample—
digital structural printing with synchronous pore structures and on unicolored surfaces