Optimum Digital launches two new wide format

Optimum Digital Planet will show two new printers at Fespa Munich, the 3.2m wide Picasso-Tex textile printer and the KR Victor UV printer.

The Picasso-Tex uses 16 1024 Konica Minolta heads giving it 2880 dpi resolution with 9 to 14 picolitre drop sizes. It’s designed for industrial print applications and mass production and can reach up to 210 sqm/hr.

The KR Victor combines flat-bed and roll-to-roll printing systems in one device. It can handle a broad range of media and is aimed at the advertising, sign, furniture, decoration, glass and textiles markets. It uses Konica Minolta print heads and is able to print 9 pL (White and varnish 14 pL) with a resolution of 2880 dpi.

Optimum Digital Planet is a Turkish company and will manufacture the printers in Istanbul.






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