Magnetography was developed in the early 1980s. This unique non-impact printing technology was to become the basis of all Nipson printing systems and has remained so until today
Over the years, the company and its products have changed significantly. Our commitment to innovation and technological advancement, however, has remained the same since its inception.
In years and figures
We enlarge our product portfolio. In additon to the well known b/w digital printing systems Nipson Deutschland GmbH offers color printing systems, products for label and packaging printing and other b/w printers for different print runs.
Nipson Deutschland GmbH is a German company. It is managed by its owners and an independend legal entity. Therefore we can offer our machines, software, services and complete solutions in all countries.
Launch of the new T3000SY Nipsons patented fluorescent toner. The fluorescent property which serves as fraud detector, ensures high level of security features on all value-added documents.
The versatile DIGIFlex receives the EDP award 2010 for Best Web-fed Production Printer Monochrome!
Release of the new versatile DIGIFlex, setting new standards in quality, flexibility and cost-effective productivity thanks to many technological improvements.
A new investor takes an important stake in the mother company of Nipson SAS. Following to this, the Nipson group undergoes a real make-over in order to become more competitive and to increase its flexibility and reactivity towards its customers.
Launch of the VARYPress 500 with a speed of 150 meters/minute.
Release of a duplex spot color solution for the VARYPress product line.
Launch of the VARYPress 200 and VARYPress 400 at Drupa 2004.
In August, Nipson Digital Printing Systems PLC, the mother company of Nipson SAS, announces its IPO on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange (AIM).
Nipson SAS acquires the activities and intellectual property of Xeikon France SA.
Launch of the DMP 8000 (70 meters/minute), the first model with a print resolution of 600 dpi.
Xeikon NV acquires an 80 percent interest in Nipson International, which is then renamed Xeikon SA.
Increased print resolution on the VARYPress: 480 dpi.
Release of the CMC7 character printing functionality on the NIPSON 7000, allowing for the personalization of checks in a single step.
Increased print resolution on the Nipson 7000: 480 dpi.
Launch of a 202 pages per minute version of the Nipson 7000 and introduction of the Twin Engine Duplex (TED) configuration.
Release of the Single Engine Duplex (SED) solution.
Launch of the Nipson 7000, printing 404 pages per minute.
Introduction of Nipsons cool xenon flash fusing system.
Launch of the VARYPress, the first press dedicated to electronic reprography, producing 420 pages per minute.
Release of the first magnetographic continuous web press, the MP 6090, printing 90 pages per minute