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Consumers expect personalized, unique products.
Manufacturers count on efficiency and flexibility in the industrial decoration process.
4D printing with Omnifire combines advanced Inkjet technology with high-precision robotics. The modular system of the Omnifire model range ensures a high level of flexibility for different objects, surfaces and applications – customized to your needs and requirements.

Go into lean production with Omnifire. Small runs, individual end-products, and exceptional concepts can be effectively put in place.

Develop new business areas

  • New opportunities through personalization: Add value to your objects, give them a higher attractiveness. Switch from mass products to individual must-have’s.
  • New design options: Increase the value of your objects by decorating them. Let your imagination run wild.
  • New business models: Extend your offerings. Provide your customers personalized objects for events, fairs, sports meetings, etc.

Streamline your processes

  • Production of small runs: Inkjet instead of conventional printing. Replace inflexible techniques with a fast and effective solution.
  • Optimized logistics: Save on supply chain costs. “Print on demand” integrated in your production chain.
  • Reduced complexity: No matter if during production, in warehousing or in logistics. Mark your objects where it’s required.

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Ritzi Automotive: Driving a digital future in Automotive decor

State of the art supplier to the Auto Industry, Ritzi Automotive, incorporated digital 4D Omnifire 1000 to increase capacity, decrease labor costs, increase print quality and create new opportunities in decorating interior automotive components. Markus Ritzi, Owner of Ritzi Automotive, states, “Digital printing with Heidelberg opens up new dimensions for 3-dimensional parts. The 1000 industrial version […]

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“Design your car” – Heidelberg at IAA 2017: technology partner for the automotive industry

Live presentation at the Mercedes-Benz stand: “unleash the colour” for the smart BORBET presenting custom-decorated rims Ritzi Lackiertechnik producing custom-decorated car parts Digital printing technology from Heidelberg printing customized applications for the automotive industry: ventilation nozzles, speedometer bezels, alloy rims, and more Heidelberg: part of the digitized and personalized future “The automobile of the future […]

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Meet the Fire Family!

Welcome to the Fire Family! While all three presses are vastly different, the Fire products all focus on the changing trends in the industry — shorter runs, tight turnaround times, and more customized personalized, content. We’ll discuss the three digital presses (Omnifire, Versafire, and Primefire) of the fire family below: Omnifire With the demand of […]

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How Can Omnifire Benefit You?

Personalization is key! Dan Maurer spoke with Cary Sherburne, Editor of WhatTheyThink, about the benefits of the Omnifire and the importance of personalization. Heidelberg has introduced high quality, high resolution UV ink jets combined with high precision robotics with the Omnifire that can print on a variety of 3-dimensional shapes to personalize your product. Watch […]

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Are you missing out on the 4D personalization wave? – The Next Dimension in 4D Printing

According to a published report by Deloitte, Consumer Review – Made-to-Order Personalization, “As society becomes more affluent, the demand for personalized products and services will continue to increase as manufacturers seek to satisfy consumers.” Research shows that the demand for personalization is there: 50% of consumers expressed interest in purchasing personalized products or services and […]

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Stephan Plenz, Head of Technology & Board Member, Heidelberg

Heidelberg – Leading Print onto the Next Generation

This article originally appeared in the InPrint Industrial Print Blog, April 13, 2017, and  has been reprinted with permission. http://www.industrialprintblog.com/blog/2017/4/13/heidelberg-leading-print-onto-the-next-generation-1 By Marcus Timson I recently spoke with Stephan Plenz, who is the Head of Technology for the largest and most famous print brand in the world, Heidelberg. He talked about his career, his view of […]

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The sky’s the limit with Heidelberg 4D printing: New business opportunities with print on objects

This article was originally posted on the Industrial Print Blog. Frazer Chesterman (InPrint) recently interviewed Frank Janssen (Heidelberg) about the upcoming InPrint USA (April 25-27th), and discussed the US showcase of the revolutionary 4D technology — the Heidelberg Omnifire 250. Tell us a little more about the technology that you will have at the InPrint […]

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Omnifire 4D Printing

4D printing with Omnifire combines advanced Inkjet technology with high-precision robotics. The modular system of the Omnifire model range ensures a high level of flexibility for different objects, surfaces and applications – customized to your needs and requirements. Go into lean production with Omnifire. Small runs, individual end-products, and exceptional concepts can be effectively put […]

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Open House at Print Media Center Atlanta highlights productivity at all run lengths

This week, Heidelberg hosted an open house at Print Media Center Atlanta (PMC-ATL) to show customers how its full range of integrated offerings for short run production can optimize productivity and boost their bottom line. Managing the Balancing Act The open house is the latest in a series of events designed to provide focused customer […]

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Heidelberg receives 2016 InterTech™ Technology Award for Omnifire 250 and Stahlfolder TH 82-P

Printing Industries of America (PIA) has recognized Heidelberg’s Omnifire 250 and Stahlfolder TH 82-P with the prestigious 2016 InterTech™ Technology Award. Heidelberg received 2 out of the 6 awards marking the 35th and 36th time a Heidelberg innovation has been honored. Innovation and Excellence “For Heidelberg to be the recipient of yet another 2 InterTech […]

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