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swissQprint: new products in US showroom

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

The swissQprint Chicago showroom now features the latest developments in wide format inkjet printing. The new Impala LED and Nyala LED high-end printers and Rob, the loading/unloading robot are ready for demonstrations and sampling.

swissQprint large format printers are made in Switzerland. They are known for their precision, excellent print quality and versatility in terms of applications. What is more, they are modular and adaptable, for example from a flatbed printer to a roll to roll printer. The swissQprint subsidiary has equipped its showroom with the brand-new large format printers Impala LED and Nyala LED along with the loading and unloading Robot for unmanned printing.

New LED large format printers
Impala LED and Nyala LED had their debut at the Fespa trade show in Germany in May this year. These new large format printers have a refined mechanical basis and thus achieve yet greater precision. Furthermore, the new models use LED technology for ink curing. All this promises low energy consumption, efficiency and an extended application spectrum for an ecological and highly profitable total solution.

Robot for unmanned shifts
Rob is the solution for unattended printing. Automation optimizes utilization and hence returns. Rob will cooperate with any swissQprint flatbed printer, loading and unloading it with media. Together they take over unattended. Rob is ready to go within barely ten minutes. The user docks him to the swissQprint flatbed printer. After that, the software controls both printer and robot. At any time or at unsocial hours, the duo takes on the shift with consistent precision and efficiency.

Everything under one roof
The swissQprint US subsidiary is located just a half hour drive away from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. It provides machine demonstrations, printing tests, technical advice and maintenance, as well as supplies of consumables and spare parts. Customers can rely on speedy response times along with sound information and assistance.

 

 

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