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GIS to Present Range of New Print Capabilities at InPrint Munich 2019

Global Inkjet Systems (GIS) will be presenting a number of new products and capabilities at InPrint Munich, 12-14th November 2019. Developed to meet the ever-increasing market demands, these products offer OEMs and system builders the flexibility to target high volume, cost sensitive markets through to very high-end demanding applications. During the show Senior members of the GIS team will be available on Stand A6 437 to discuss our new printhead control capabilities, print quality optimisation software solutions and ink delivery system (IDS) components.


New Printhead Support - GIS will announce support for:-
Seiko Printek RC1536
Kyocera KJ4B-1200-R
Konica Minolta KM1280i
Ricoh MH5320/5340 (Gen 6)
New Integration Options - GIS will also announce upgraded platform for:-
Fujifilm SG600 & SG1024
Fujifilm Emerald/Sapphire/Polaris
Fujifilm Samba G3L
Atlas® Software Solutions – GIS will launch a new suite of RIP and DFE features, covering high speed real-time PDF-VT workflows. New ultra-high-performance GIS Screeners will be demonstrated together with a suite of new Print Quality Optimisation capabilities. The GIS Atlas GUI will also be extended with an enhanced suite of tools, including language packs. Further upgrades will also be announced to the Atlas Server and Print Server control software, which manage the entire printing and sub-system process control, including 3rd party components.
Ink / Fluid Delivery Systems - GIS will launch its new smart thermal and high conformity stainless steel header tanks, the company’s latest addition to the already successful production-proven range of components – comprising software, electronics, and all key system elements for different flow rates, with optional independent pressure control per fluid, and high-flow, high-laydown capability.
At the conference on day one of the show (Tuesday 12th November at 3:00pm), Debbie Thorp, Business Development Director for GIS will look at the challenges of printing and coating onto a range of surfaces and consider printhead density compensation, printhead stitching and screening technologies.
Nick Geddes, CEO said “All the teams at GIS have been working hard to introduce this huge range of new products and capabilities – and there’s more to follow. They will strengthen our partnerships and long-term relationships with customers, and I look forward to talking through the details with visitors to our stand at InPrint.”

www.lobalinkjetsystems.com

 

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