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InkJet introduces Precision Series piezo printers

Published 30 April 2018

InkJet, a supplier of industrial fluids and printers, has launched new Precision Series high resolution piezo printers.

The series is available in 18- and 72-millimeter output and is available globally for precise, clear printing and coding on porous and non-porous surfaces, such as boxes, trays and bags, plastics, metals, as well as any material or packaging substrate, including wood, polystyrene, stone, and concrete.

InkJet national sales director Bill Allen said: “The Precision Series is Inkjet, Inc.’s solution to fulfill the market demand for nearly all case, box, and carton high-resolution applications.” 

“We are extremely excited to be launching our own high-resolution inkjet printer, but we’re not stopping there. In our relentless pursuit to exceed expectations, Inkjet, Inc. combines expertise in ink, parts, service and now, our own line of printers, with a fanatical customer service obsession.”

InkJet’s Precision Series can operate as a stand-alone solution, generating variable label information from their own internal functions and memory. This includes an internal barcode generator and all common auto codes.

The built-in on-screen label design and management functions, which can be executed on the 8-inch full color touchscreen, make the use of an external personal computer no longer necessary.

More Features and Benefits

The printers allow end users the ability to refill ink without having to stop production and printing. The Unicode font support makes all keyboards, menus and auto codes available in any language, and omnidirectional coding direction allows for inclined and/or sideways printing.

Precision Series can be seamlessly integrated into a network for remote operation. Variable label information can be retrieved over the network from external databases.  NiceLabel- or Bartender-compatible Windows drivers make direct printing from a central PC or enterprise system possible while also using auto codes. Precision Series printers support all common database formats.

Source: Company Press Release