swissQprint is launching a new series of wide format models this October and the core of the new flatbed printers is advanced print head technology and mechanical features that promise “a quantum leap for users,” the Swiss manufacturer said.


“New print heads are the centrepiece of the new generation,” said a press release from swissQprint. “Maximum resolution of 1350 dpi and ultra-high-precision droplet placement significantly boost the print quality of the Impala and Nyala models. Both printers also benefit from an impressive increase in output for certain production print modes. The Oryx model is almost 40 percent faster than its predecessor, making it a truly outstanding entry-level printer.

Improved comfort and efficiency

“swissQprint has incorporated various mechanical improvements into generation 4, singling out the Tip Switch Vacuum (patent pending) as a highlight. The table is divided into as many as 256 segments that users can quickly and easily switch on or off at the touch of a finger. This eliminates tedious and time-consuming masking – also in the gap between boards and dual rolls. Because there is no air leakage, the vacuum develops its full force and reliably holds down hard-to-handle media.

Modular configuration

“The new range offers a host of options for individual configuration. Users can have their printer assembled exactly in line with what they require today. If their needs or requirements change, they can add a diverse range of options to the printer at any time.”

The new flatbeds from swissQprint are now available for delivery via the company's global distribution network. Demonstrations can be arranged either face-to-face or via live streaming. swissQprint also offers a sampling service.

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