Concord, NC—DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation introduced new perforated media options for its DS620A, DS-RX1HS and DS40 dye-sublimation printers. “Delivering brilliant color photos and sharp black-and-white images, DNP perforated print media is ideal for high-resolution digital photos, photo albums, photo booths and novelty photo operations,” the company announced.
Optimized for photo booths, the new 2-inch center-perforated media features laser-snap perforations that allow for snap-off photo strips. This also enables the attachment of a wide range of call-to-action items. As a result, photo professionals can offer detachable vouchers, coupons, wallet-sized images as well as other creative products. Moreover, the media is available for the DS620 and DS-RX1HS printers in 4×6 inches and for the DS40 printer in 6×8 inches.
DNP Perforated Media Features
The new 4×6-inch media features a perforation along the right side of the sheet. This perforation provides the ability to create 4×4-inch square prints with an additional 2×2-inch perforated area for creating an Instagram-style print. In addition, it retains a part of the print as a voucher for brand or event promotion.
No special print drivers or firmware are necessary to use the perforated media; DNP printers recognize it as a standard media sheet. Printer operators just need to set the template to begin taking advantage of the perforations.
DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation (DNP IAM)
DNP IAM is a 100% U.S. subsidiary of Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. The parent company is among the world’s largest manufacturers of dye-sublimation media for photo and card printers. It also makes thermal transfer ribbons for barcode printers.
Moreover, DNP IAM has a broad selection of solutions for the photo retail market. It offers products that address photo retailer’s, photo event imaging operators and also system integrator’s specific business goals. Manufacturing, sales, as well as the development offices of dye-sublimation media for photo printers are located in Concord, North Carolina.