IIJ to launch industrial XYPrint 300

Industrial Inkjet is to launch its XYPrint 300 system at the upcoming Fespa show. The XYPrint 300 is a complete, high-accuracy inkjet system ideal for process development, print research, direct product decoration, material deposition/additive manufacturing and low-volume production.

As with most of IIJ’s solutions, it uses Konica Minolta inkjet printheads. With true single-pass and multi-pass print capability, as standard, it comes with a simple syringe-based ink system for rapid change of ink type and minimal ink wastage.

New features include a granite bed to ensure highest accuracy and stability, a reinforced structure which minimises vibration or shock, scan speeds of 0-1.2m/sec minimum, electronics and software drive for up to eight printheads, mounting for up to 10 printheads in line, for example white, CMYK, spot colour, LED and varnish. There is also an improved ergonomic design, providing access into the enclosure, and all controls are mounted externally.

The system is aimed at ink developers, universities, media producers, research laboratories, and low volume product decoration.

John Corrall, Managing Director of IIJ, said: “This system, which has been a year in development on the back of the huge success of the XYPrint 200, is twice as fast and even more accurate and flexible. It will also have a huge impact in this specialist market.”





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