In preparation for full commercial launch, Xaar will use InPrint 2017 to showcase its four color print capabilities as well as the numerous advantages of its Xaar 5601 new Thin Film Piezo Silicon MEMS printhead. In addition, Xaar’s Jason Remnant will be presenting on “Revolutionary inkjet technology to take on the Packaging industry” covering how features and technologies, such as those in the Xaar 5601, will help drive further digital adoption in the packaging industry.
Visitors to the Xaar stand (# 514, Hall A6) can see full A4 CMYK color print samples produced by eight Xaar 5601 printheads. “As we get ready for the full commercialization of such a significant new printhead platform, there are a number of key milestones we have had to pass. We are keen to showcase at InPrint 2017 the four color print samples produced by the Xaar 5601 so that interested parties can see for themselves its exceptionally high resolution print quality. We’re also here to talk about the development of the ecosystem which surrounds the Xaar 5601, which includes the drive electronics and ink supply system which are necessary to ensure OEMs get the most out of the new technology.”
About the Xaar 5601
In development for 7 years and with over £31m invested its research and development, the Xaar 5601 incorporates a number of innovative technologies. Using Xaar’s new Thin Film Piezo Silicon MEMS technology, the Xaar 5601 is very high resolution with over 5600 nozzles, capable of jetting up to 8 liters of fluid per hour. New innovations such as AcuDrp Technology allow complete control over greyscale drop ejection for perfect image quality. In addition, the Xaar 5601 incorporates TF Technology to maximize production up time, print quality and lifetime. In addition, with the unique Z profile, multiple printheads can fit closely together for an exceptionally compact print zone, accurate drop placement between colors and reduced costs associated with accurate media control and positioning. This new printhead is optimized for aqueous inks and provides excellent suitability for other low viscosity fluids. Its small drop and outstanding performance make it ideal for textiles, laminates, commercial print, packaging and many more applications.
To hear Jason Remnant speak, join the InPrint 2017 conference on Thursday 16th November at 10.30 a.m.
The author of the ‘Indian Pigments’ photograph used in the background of image 1 is Dan Brady: http://danbrady.co.uk/. This image can be found at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Indian_pigments.jpg#file. The license is available here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en.
Xaar is a world-leader in the development of inkjet technology and manufacture of piezoelectric drop-on-demand industrial printheads. The company also develops and sells ink systems, electronics and fluid optimisation services to accelerate inkjet system development and adoption. Xaar printheads incorporate patented technology which delivers unbeatable performance when decorating, patterning, depositing functional coatings on, or adding structure to, a variety of industrial and consumer products. Today leading manufacturers worldwide, in sectors ranging from ceramics, wide-format graphics and labels to direct-to-shape packaging and decorative laminates, choose Xaar’s printheads because they are extremely precise, exceptionally versatile, incredibly reliable, and designed for high-volume production. Additional information about Xaar is available at www.xaar.com