Colordyne launches Mini Press label maker

Colordyne Technologies has announced a new label printer, the 2600 Series Mini Press, which is based on a Memjet printhead. It’s a mid-range printer designed to fit between Colordyne’s existing entry-level 1600 series and the high speed 3600 series.

It’s a roll to roll label printer, using a single Memjet printhead, that’s capable of printing at 18 m/min at 1600 x 1600 dpi. Colordyne says that it uses self-predicative printhead maintenance to reduce downtime.

It uses a servo driven web handling system and can handle 600 mm outside diameter rolls.

The 2600 Series Mini Press also makes use of industry-standard Harlequin RIP and 15 inch touch screen providing the operator with an easy-to-use workflow and user interface capable of handling variable data applications.

Further information is available from www.colordynetech.com/


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