kallenbach.medien is convinced that the combination of Felix Schoeller's STYLine® wallpaper and Xeikon digital printing presses is a winning formula
Osnabrück, August 2017
The finely tuned interaction between high-quality substrates and high-performance printing presses is producing outstanding products for individualised wall designs.
Individualised wall designs are gaining in popularity. Finding the right combination of printing press and print substrate to meet the high quality standards they require is a challenge for every printer
kallenbach.medien, media service providers based in Detmold in North Rhine-Westphalia, decided to work with the first Xeikon digital printing press almost 20 years ago. They reaffirmed their belief in this decision to use Xeikon printing systems for high-quality prints in April 2017 with their purchase of a new Xeikon web-fed press. This machine is already a third-generation Xeikon product.
To produce its digitally printed wallpaper, kallenbach.medien has chosen substrates made by the Felix Schoeller Group, the Osnabrück-based specialty paper manufacturer. Its STYLine®media have been qualified for Xeikon digital printing systems. By using Felix Schoeller products on the XEIKON 8500, kallenbach.medien is able to guarantee its customers consistently high quality. The Xeikon 8500 works with 1200x1200 dpi and 240 lpi image resolution and Felix Schoeller's STYLine®meets the highest standards in terms of image reproduction and colour fidelity.
“We value the excellent individual advice and close technical support Felix Schoeller provides, particularly for product innovations. That makes the choice of supplier an easy decision,” says Marco Kallenbach, CEO of kallenbach.medien. The reasons for choosing the Xeikon machines are also well founded. “We were one of the trailblazers for this technology in Germany and over the years we have gained a great deal of expertise in using the XEIKON systems. The high availability, the specific advantages of duplex printing and the continuous format have reinforced our commitment to Xeikon," adds Marco Kallenbach. If any questions or problems arise, the XEIKON hotline and highly trained technicians are immediately on hand with expert advice.
kallenbach.medien's customers value the company’s ability to deliver individualised solutions and rapid realisation, the huge range of media that can be printed on demand and its capacity to meet unusual wishes. “Key factors in the success of digital printing are its rapid availability and flexibility along with variable data printing for personalised mail shots," Bastian Kallenbach, who is also a CEO of kallenbach.medien, explained. kallenbach.medien's range extends far beyond printing digital wallpaper. Popular products include, for example, printed starting numbers for races and individualised brand-oriented advertising at point of sale. In addition to STYLine®the Felix Schoeller Group’s E-PHOTO®media are used here.
For any queries and expert advice on the Felix Schoeller Group’s extensive portfolio, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Daniel Kraus, Sales Manager EMEA (DKraus@Felix-Schoeller.com) who will be happy to help.
kallenbach.medien has almost 50 years of experience as a one-stop media services provider. Its comprehensive portfolio of services ranges from devising initial concepts to delivering creative media design, digital photography, digital printing and web publishing.
Kallenbach.medien works with its young and dedicated team of 25 employees for numerous prestigious customers across a broad range of industries. The company’s strengths include its uncomplicated systems and flexibility that enable it to realise projects of any size quickly and reliably. A network of hand-picked specialists for both print and non-print services completes their profile.
Xeikon is a division of the Flint Group and a long-time leader and innovator in the field of digital printing technology. Based on high quality, flexibility and sustainability, Xeikon designs, develops and supplies colour digital web-fed presses for labels and packaging applications, document printing and job printing. These printing presses use LED-array-based electrophotography, open workflow software and application-specific toner.
As an OEM supplier, Xeikon develops and produces platesetters for newspaper printing. The company also manufactures basysPrint computer-to-conventional-plate (CTCP) solutions for commercial offset printing. For the flexographic market, Xeikon offers digital platemaking systems under the ThermoFlexX brand name. ThermoFlexX systems provide high-resolution plate exposure combined with outstanding plate handling, flexibility and unparalleled productivity.
In 2015, Xeikon joined the Flint Group to create a new Digital Printing Solutions division for the leading global print consumables and solutions providers to the packaging and print media industries. The Flint Group develops and manufactures an extensive portfolio of consumables for the printing industry. These include a vast range of conventional and energy-curable inks and coatings, pressroom chemicals, printing plates and equipment, printing blankets and sleeves, and pigments and additives for use in inks and other colourant applications. Headquartered in Luxembourg, the Flint Group employs some 7900 people. On a worldwide basis, the company is the number one or number two supplier in every major market segment it serves.
About the Felix Schoeller Group
Founded in 1895, the Felix Schoeller Group is a family business with worldwide operations producing specialty papers. With around 2,320 employees, the renowned Osnabrück-based company produced and marketed almost 312,000 tonnes of specialty papers in 2016 and posted a total turnover of appr. 710 million euros. The Felix Schoeller Group develops, produces and markets specialty papers for photographic applications, digital printing systems, the packaging market, self-adhesive applications and for the furniture, wood-based products and wallpaper industry.
In addition to its Osnabrück main site and headquarters, the Felix Schoeller Group has four other production facilities in Germany – in Weissenborn and Penig in Saxony, in Titisee-Neustadt (Baden-Württemberg) and in Günzach (Bavaria). It also has production facilities in the USA and Canada and is involved in a joint venture in the Russian Federation. It has nine representative offices , i.e. in Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, Shanghai, Mumbai, Melbourne, Kuala Lumpur, Moscow and Prague.
The Felix Schoeller Group exemplifies uncompromising quality, unique flexibility and true partnership. The result: Best Performing Papers. Worldwide. Since July 2013 the Felix Schoeller Group has been the official premium paper partner of the German Olympic team.
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