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Xennia's Auriga inkjet print engine enables multiple printhead types

Friday, May 21, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Xennia Technology Ltd, the world's leading industrial inkjet solutions provider, is demonstrating its Auriga inkjet print engine module at IPEX. Auriga is showcasing printheads from Xaar, Trident, Toshiba Tec, Kyocera and Fujifilm Dimatix.

"Industry has been waiting for a robust and reliable modular solution for implementing inkjet technology," says Dr Alan Hudd, Managing Director of Xennia. "XenJet modules based on Xennia's proven inkjet technology have been designed to help OEM and machine building partners configure reliable printing solutions. Auriga offers for the first time the flexibility to plug and play the right printhead for a particular application."

On Xennia's stand at IPEX these modules are displayed both standalone and configured into two industrial printing systems designed for high reliability, efficiency and productivity in demanding production environments. The Xennia Viridian system includes a XenJet Auriga print engine running printheads from all the major printhead manufacturers; Xaar, Trident, Toshiba Tec, Kyocera and Fujifilm Dimatix simultaneously, demonstrating the flexibility of the print engine and the capabilities of the different printheads.

"XenJet Auriga is the only inkjet print engine capable of running such a range of printheads," commented Steve Dawson, Xennia's Engineering Manager. "Combined with built-in printhead alignment, easy servicing and multiple configurations, the Auriga provides OEM and machine building customers with an unprecedented degree of flexibility and control when designing systems. Whether the requirement is for speed, resolution, durability or a combination of these, our printhead module combined with the appropriate printhead choice enables the right technology to be implemented."

Xennia's products are displayed at its stand at IPEX, located at Hall 9, Stand D300.

 

 

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