XAAR set to 'unleash the power of Inkjet' at FESPA DIGITAL
Leading printhead supplier spotlights latest 'XaarDOT' greyscale jetting capability / Technology demonstrations show power the potential of commercial level single pass inkjet printing and greyscale large format displays
Designed for high-speed, single-pass and scanning applications, the latest Xaar 1001 printhead is based on Xaar's innovative Hybrid Side-Shooter and TF Technology which ensures accurate drop control, outstanding quality, productivity, and reliability. The company spotlights the flexibility and benefits of XaarDOTTM (Xaar Drop Optimisation Technology) and its ability to control variable-sized drops and fine tune them to specific applications. XaarDOT is incredibly versatile in giving printers the choice of what drop size or resolution to use for a specific job both in terms of image quality and substrate flexibility. By tuning the options, printer manufacturers can produce anything between high quality photographic results for close-up indoor viewing, and high productivity larger drop worklets for outdoor viewing on billboards or other signage.
In action on the Xaar booth is:
- The Teckwin TeckStorm UV flatbed wide format printer featuring Xaar 760 printheads and producing stunning photorealistic graphics at a 1,440dpi maximum resolution and six droplet sizes.
- A Single pass inkjet technology demonstration showing the 'industrial strength' Xaar 1001 producing high quality, high-speed single pass printing producing fine detail and readable small text, as well as smooth tones, reliably and consistently.
A Teckwin machine, driven by Xaar heads will also be demonstrated on the Seyffer stand, number H20. Xaar ink partners will also be present at the event, including: Aqua Tint, Sensient, Fujifilm Sericol, Nazdar, Shanghai Inkwin, SunJet, and Triangle Digital Inx.
Xaar is a world-leading independent supplier of state-of-the-art industrial inkjet printheads, inks and peripheral equipment and is Fespa's first ever Global Technology Partner. In the Fespa Seminar Theatre Mark Alexander, Director of Marketing, will look at how and why the market can now fully exploit the promise of inkjet: flexibility and choice combined with quality, reliability and productivity in a presentation entitled: 'The Flexibility of Inkjet: Maximising Profit with Digital'.
"With competition ever-increasing in the print world it is essential you consider how best to add value to your printed output," explains Mark. "Digital print provides flexibility and choice and the potential of new market opportunity through variable data, customization and short run capabilities. Understanding how digital print can be achieved with leading-edge inkjet technology and how you can choose the right product for your business to maximize profit is critical, but not always easy. Inkjet is on the rise and more than ever inkjet is a mainstream technology that can be applied alongside traditional technologies or as a direct replacement for conventional print technologies. Recent developments in inkjet technology have overturned the issues of poor quality, reliability and productivity. "
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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