swissQprint’s latest flatbed printer, Kudu, emerged as the winner in the category ‘Flatbed/hybrid printer > 250 sqm/h’. The jury’s verdict: “The printer addresses a very mature market where versatility, driven by new applications and substrates, is critical.” Kudu is the only swissQprint model with 10 freely configurable color channels. The result is a yet broader spectrum of applications for users. A maximally-equipped Kudu prints with 30 high-resolution print heads. The printer features high productivity (up to 304 m²/h) at an impressive quality level.
Glass option for glass printing that works
swissQprint’s Nyala, Impala and Oryx flatbed printers offer a glass option. Made for efficient, full bleed direct printing on pre-cut glass panels, it scored an EDP Award in the ‘Glass Production’ category. “This solution enables new applications while protecting existing investments,” stated the jury. In addition to the mechanical part of the solution – an alignment mechanism and protective paper – swissQprint offers an ink set optimized for glass printing. These two together provide users with a complete system.
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