swissQprint (Kriessern, Switzerland) has launched a new series of flatbed printers this month featuring new print heads and improved mechanical features.
Maximum resolution of 1350 dpi and precision droplet placement “significantly” boost the print quality of the Impala and Nyala models, the company said in a release. Both printers also benefit from an increase in output for certain production print modes. The Oryx model is almost 40 percent faster than its predecessor.
swissQprint’s fourth generation of flatbeds incorporates various mechanical improvements, including the Tip Switch Vacuum (patent pending).
The new line is currently available for delivery via the company’s worldwide distribution network. Both in-person and virtual demonstrations can be arranged. Additionally, a sample service is offered.
For more information, visit swissqprint.com.
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