swissQprint will introduce a new model series in October 2021. The latest print head technology and mechanical enhancements are at the core of the new flatbed printers, which promise users a quantum leap, particularly in terms of output quality.
Large format printers of the swissQprint brand are known for their top quality - both in terms of their construction and the print results. The Swiss manufacturer has redefined its standards and is launching the flatbed Generation 4.
Quality and productivity increased
New print heads are at the heart of the new generation. A maximum resolution of 1350 dpi combined with highly precise drop placement significantly increases the output quality of the Impala and Nyala models. In addition, both benefit from a considerable increase in output in certain production print modes. The Oryx model is almost 40 per cent faster than its predecessor, making it a premium entry-level printer.
Increased comfort and efficiency
swissQprint has incorporated various mechanical improvements into Generation 4, highlighting the patent-pending Tip Switch vacuum. The table is divided into up to 256 segments, which the user can switch on or off quickly and easily at the touch of a finger. This eliminates tedious and time-consuming masking. Even between panels or double rollers. Because false air is excluded, the vacuum unfolds its full power and reliably fixes even unruly media.
The new range offers numerous options for individual configuration. The user puts together his printer the way he needs it today. If requirements or needs change, he can expand it later with a variety of options.
The new flatbed generation from swissQprint is available immediately through the worldwide sales network. Demonstrations are possible in person or via live streaming. In addition, swissQprint offers a sampling service.