Print and cut custom labels of any shape or size – all in one process.
Automatic Built-In Die-Cutting
LX610e’s printing and precision die-cutting are incorporated into one easy, timesaving step. Just import your design and select a cut format. Choose from standard die-cuts – such as squares, circles or rectangles in any size, or a contour cut that automatically and precisely follows the outline of the image. You’ll never need to order a custom die again!
Best Print Quality & Wide Variety of Substrates
LX610e produces gorgeous, professional-quality labels with colour inkjet printing at up to 4800 dpi.
With LX610e you can choose from a wide variety of substrates, including DTM White Gloss Polyester, DTM Clear Gloss Polyester and DTM White Gloss Paper. Additional materials from the DTM Genuine Label Stock are available if using pre-die cut stock.
LX610e combines colour label printing at up to 4800 dpi with a built-in digital die-cutting mechanism. The desktop-sized printer comes complete with intuitive, easy-to-use software for laying out print and cut files. Users can quickly produce custom labels of virtually any size or shape within just a few minutes. In addition, standard pre die-cut labels and tags can also be fed through the machine just like any other desktop colour label printer.
With the included PTCreate™ software you are ready for importing images and cutting a variety of label shapes. The upgrade to PTCreate™ Pro further extends the capabilities of LX610e by adding many additional tools including import of different file types as .psd, .ai and .pdf. Powerful features such as layering, the export of images and contour cutting around intricate artwork are part of PTCreate Pro. An auto-trace and cut function is especially useful for printing and cutting complicated shapes and designs.
Ink and Substrates
With LX610e, two different types of ink and a wide variety of substrates are available. Dye-based ink prints bright and vibrant colours that are perfect for prime label applications. Pigment-based ink prints labels, that are slightly less bright but stand up to sunlight and water for years. They also more closely match the output you’d get from flexo inks. Substrates can include gloss and matte paper, polyester and polypropylene. ICC colour matching is also built-in and automatically loaded depending upon which ink and substrate is utilised.