BRAND NEW PRINT PROCESS | Does this process have a future? | Solways Printers Quality Printing London

21 January 2014

Last week Tim Solway of Solways Printers attended Scodix’s/1st Byte launch party for the new SENSE™ digital print process at Fedrigoni’s London offices.

So what is Scodix SENSE™?

Scodix SENSE™ turns print into an experience

Scodix SENSE™ is a digital enhancing printing experience that creates memorable experiences through engaging additional senses such as touch/feel onto the printed surface to extend consumers memory.  How on earth do you do that!? I hear you ask. Check out our Solways Printers channel to see the Scodix SENSE™ Premium Qualities explained here:

Why don’t you take a look round their website too?

http://www.scodix.com/

A few of the Scodix SENCE printing projects | Solways Printers Quality Printing London

A few of the Scodix SENCE printing projects | Solways Printers Quality Printing London

TIM’S TOP TIPS:

1. Avoid Scodix application to fold/crease areas as the polymer will crack. It is not flexible like lamination (gloss/matt/silk)
2. Scodix works best on coated papers I have not seen results using uncoated materials.
3. Take great care should you decide to apply Scodix to a LETTERHEAD. Most lasers employ heat and therefore may cause rather expensive mechanical problems. Full testing is recommended.

Solways Printers have broken down why quality print processes like this are so key for business:

  • ATTENTION: Your print needs to have impact. Make sure you turn people’s heads!
  • EMOTIONS: Customers need to feel inspired and relate to your brand
  • REMEMBRANCE: We only remember a small fraction of information. Make it be yours!

With this in mind, Solways Printers understands why sensory printing makes sense (pardon the pun!). The values expressed here are the guidelines that we live by every day! We take your brand through the minefield of print and enable you to burst through the ordinary and destroy all average print in your path. When considering certain high quality processes such as thermography, foiling and embossing; will this new, exciting print process be in the same league? We think so…

BRAND NEW PRINT PROCESS | Does this process have a future? | Posted by Intern | Solways Printers | Quality Printing London since 1967


7 Responses to “BRAND NEW PRINT PROCESS | Does this process have a future? | Solways Printers Quality Printing London”

  1. Brian Uhlin

    Interested to know if process is viable for pressure sensitive label converting roll format

  2. Brian Uhlin

    Interested to know if available for roll label production

  3. Steve Tatler

    Amazing! Every so often a significant development emerges in the industry and I suspect this will be one of them – one that both has and offers great impact. I will certainly bookmark this and keep it in mind with the hope of finding an opportunity to use it! Many thanks for the update Tim!
    All the best, Steve

    • Tim Solway

      Thank you for your comments Steve. Like you I love paper fighting back against the digital age. This is just one of the products I have found. Take a look at my blog “Bang the Drum” – a poster that makes sound. I purchased one. Fantastic possibilities. best regards Tim

  4. Stuart

    Is this a bit like a digital form of thermography?

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