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New Print Head Doctor 15 Automatically Recovers Any Inkjet Print Heads

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Press release from the issuing company

Digital Sign Technologies Inc. is releasing a new update for their flagship Print Head Doctor machines. Designed to clean any inkjet print head seamlessly, the new PHD15 can run complex cleaning programs completely unattended.

Digital Sign Technologies Inc. is releasing a new version of their Print Head Doctor machines that is fully mobile app controlled, and can clean inkjet print heads in a fully automatic mode. The new Model 15 can switch any of its ports between pressure and vacuum, enabling it to run complex recovery programs in one set-up, without any operator intervention. The new machine can safely clean the whole range of print heads, from Epson DX to Kyocera KJ4. In addition, users can create custom recovery programs and remotely control a PHD15 machine via the Android app. The Print Head Doctor 15 can be used to recover and clean all kinds of Inkjet printheads for 2D or 3D printers. Users can safely revive old print heads and extend their life and longevity, decreasing the amount of print heads they have to repurchase and saving themselves thousands of dollars in costs.

Digital Sign Technologies has been delivering alternative printing consumables for the past 15 years. It pioneered alternative printing inks for wide-format printers, cartridge chip solutions, bulk ink feeding systems and print head recovery systems.

Further information about the Print Head Doctor machines can be found here.

 

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