MapleJet debuts Xaar-enabled ProDigit printers at Interpack / New machines provide innovative solutions for coding, marking and egg printing
MapleJet is introducing three new Xaar-enabled inkjet ProDigit coding and marking (C&M) printers at Interpack (24-30 April, Dusseldorf)
Toronto-based MapleJet is the new sales and marketing arm of the Sorveh Group and is currently building a network of distributors to provide the North and South American market and Europe with a range of quality solutions for a wide variety of C&M applications.
The new ProDigit printers making their Interpack debut with MapleJet have been specifically designed by Sorveh for the needs of the American market. The ProDigit builds on the success of the established Metsa range sold by Honaz, its sister company in Dubai. Honaz have sold over 5,000 machines to the Middle East, Africa and Asia to date, and as Sorveh CEO Homayoun Shahrestani explains, 'With the success we have enjoyed in the Middle East region over the last eight years I thought it was time to establish a global presence for the group. With the formation of MapleJet and the new ProDigit range we are now ready to impose ourselves on North America and Europe.'
The Xaar 128 is an entry level piezo drop on demand printhead recognised as the de facto standard within industrial graphics applications. Its quality, ease of integration, reliability and speed are ideal for robust C&M applications. The Xaar 500 binary inkjet printhead provides a wide swathe capability which gives added flexibility and productivity. Xaar's ink approval programme gives users a choice of ink suppliers and the design of the printhead assembly protects the process from contamination and blockages - an important feature in C&M.
Chris Coyne, Vice President Sales & Marketing of MapleJet, explains the company's strategy: "We aim to become America's first choice in the specialist C&M sector. Key to our success will be the performance, versatility and reliability of the Xaar printheads within our printers. These machines operate in demanding and dusty environments and it is critical that the printheads keep working with minimum maintenance.
"The Xaar printheads are ideal for all coding and marking applications. They have also transformed printing onto eggs. In our new printer an array of six heads allows high-speed single pass printing without the need to repeat pass and so ensure continuous production. The printhead unit is lightweight, simple to use, and very cost effective. The Xaar 128 printhead also allows us to achieve a large print height so there is no need for the EggsPrint to touch the eggs at all which gives us the ability to print at such high speed."
MapleJet was formed in 2007 located in Toronto , Canada to provide the North & South American market with a proven, high quality, reliable and cost effective solution for a wide variety of coding & marking applications. The quality of the product range is founded on over eight years of piezo inkjet experience and development gained with Sorveh, the parent company of MapleJet based in Toronto, Canada and Honaz, the sister company of MapleJet based in Dubai. MapleJet are also agents for Copytrax, a UK manufacturer of high quality ink jet CD/DVD printers with a range of products that meets the needs of low and high volume disc production. www.maplejet.com
Xaar is the world's leading supplier of industrial inkjet printheads, inks and peripheral equipment to commercial printing and industrial manufacturing markets. Xaar's innovative technology offers OEM customers and licensees commercial advantage through product differentiation, productivity, and faster time-to-market. Additional information about Xaar is available at www.xaar.com
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