swissQprint will unveil a new generation of flatbed printers at Fespa Global Expo in Amsterdam next week. The Swiss manufacturer said it has redefined its standards with its its flatbed generation 4.
New printheads are the centrepiece of the new machines. Maximum resolution of 1350dpi and ultra-high-precision droplet placement significantly boost the print quality of the Impala and Nyala models. There’s also been a boost to output for certain production print modes - the Oryx model is almost 40% faster than its predecessor.
Various mechanical improvements have been built into generation 4 printers, a patent pending Tip Switch Vacuum pinpointed as a highlight. The table is divided into as many as 256 segments that users can quickly and easily switch on or off.
There is a host of options for individual configuration, and users can add a range of options at any time.
Demonstrations can be arranged either face-to-face or via live streaming.