CONVERSION

Digital Technologies for Print

Chicago 2014 - Scodix announce a host of new products. 

Scodix chose Graph Expo in Chicago to announce three new exceptional products. 








Ultra Pro - This PRO addition to the award winning Ultra press allows users to have four tanks with the ability to swop between different Poymers. Follow this link to get the full information 


Spot 80 - A all new Polymer is specifically designed to emulate exisiting spot UV by running a much lower level of usage. 


W2P - 



IPEX invitation 

Conversion commissioned 1st Byte to design, print and Scodix an invitation to join us at IPEX. The response was in excess of 40%, run the video to see why.....

Chicago 10th September 2013

Announcing the all new ULTRA Press

Released for worldwide sales at Chicago is the impressive new Ultra Scodix press. 

With an all new feed system which gives up to 1200 B2 sheets per hour, a multiple cassette system for 4 PolySENSE cartridges for faster consumable switch overs, a new static array imaging heads and all operated by a simple one touch control panel. 



Please click below to see just why the Ultra has peaked Chicago's interest. 


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtjwaTYy4ag



Watford, 24th October 2012
Conversion have signed a contract to distribute the Scodix range of equipment in to the UK & Ireland. Amos Libermann, VP Sales, Europe commented that Scodix were delighted to partner with Conversion. "Conversion has been created to specifically address the markets that we are interested in. This gives us a perfect match in ambition and opportunities" commented Libermann.
Mark Nixon, Managing Director of Conversion added that the Scodix product range was openly touted as one of the "must see"s at this year's Drupa and is very excited to be appointed as the distributor. "The Scodix product really does change the look and as importantly the feel of print. Taking the flat sheet and bringing it to life is something that will differentiate our customers and offer another dimension to consumer brands."