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Xaar Releases Versatex Printbar

Expands the range for label and packaging printing.




Xaar (Cambridge, England) has launched its Versatex Printbar, enabling specialist label and flexible packaging producers to digitally print the highest opacity whites and colors and add a wide range of features to their existing presses, according to a press release from the company.

The new Versatex Printbar provides an opacity of 82 percent at 164 ft./min. Textured and high-build print effects, varnishes, foils and mass personalization all become available with the Versatex Printbar which can both be integrated with new machine configurations or retrofitted onto existing presses.

Powered by Nitrox printheads with Xaar’s TF Technology, High Laydown and Ultra High Viscosity Technologies, the Versatex Printbar can handle a wide range of inks and fluids, printing at widths of 16.5 in. and at up to 720 dpi with eight gray levels at speeds of up to 246 ft./min. — all per the company press release.

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