swissQprint launches Oryx LED
Monday, October 02, 2017
Press release from the issuing company
The trio of swissQprint machines has made it full circle. With Impala and Nyala LED successfully launched, now comes the turn of Oryx LED. This latest generation of Swiss UV flatbed printers shares a refined mechanical basis and operates with LED technology that is both profitable and environmentally friendly.
swissQprint is bringing an LED model of the Oryx printer to market. It will be available from November 2017. LED technology extends the range of applications, is highly economical and leaves only a small environmental footprint. "LED curing will prevail" – that is the firm conviction at swissQprint. The market confirms it: "Since Impala LED and Nyala LED were launched, we see the bulk of customers preferring the LED solution over mercury vapour lamps," claims Maurus Zeller, head of product management.
A solution for every level of productivity
Adding to the benefits of LED technology, swissQprint has brought new mechanical refinements to its current generation of machines. This gives them yet greater precision and process stability. Now the latest Oryx LED with its maximum output of 65 square metres per hour and a 2.5 × 2 metre print bed can score here as well. It joins Impala LED, which shares the same dimensions while outputting up to 180 square metres per hour, and Nyala LED, with 206 square metres per hour from a 3.2 × 2 metre print bed. With this trio of printers, swissQprint covers practically every level of productivity that a print services provider might have now, or aim for in future. And this not least because the systems are adaptable and expandable.
Proven modular design
"The printer grows with the business," explains Maurus Zeller. Each machine is built to customer requirements and may have options added at any time thereafter. This could mean an individual ink configuration – swissQprint machines offer nine colour channels – or the types of applications it can handle: choices here include an option for roll media, the board option for oversized formats up to 4 metres long, and even a loading and unloading robot. The idea: to give users a system that always matches their needs and budget. "But what they get in every case is quality results and applications to make them stand out in the market," concludes Zeller.
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