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The Javelin from SPGPrints features 36 1200-dpi Fujifilm Dimatix Samba printheads for digital textile printing with a range of applications. Users can choose reactive, disperse, or acid inks in a 6-color configuration, and compatible materials include sublimation papers, natural fibers, polyester, lycra, wool, and silk. Print speeds reach up to 5920 sq ft/hr. The 126-in. machine features the company’s patented Archer printhead technology, designed to give users the ability to control printhead performance and costs; in addition, a capping and wiping system is designed to reduce printhead maintenance. A high head gap protects against head strikes. Other features include uninterrupted printing of...
Wallpen has launched its inaugural printer, a UV machine designed to print on walls and other vertical surfaces. The Xaar 128-powered, 4-color printer is compatible with plaster, wallpaper, wood, stone, plastic, tiles, glass, metal, and concrete, using a laser to adjust for surface imperfections, according to a release. Wallpen can print at any width on walls between 63 and 150 in. tall. Production speeds reach 43 sq ft/hr at a resolution of 370 x 600 dpi.
HP Inc. (Palo Alto, CA) has unveiled its new HP Latex Printer, which utilizes water-based HP Latex technology. The new model is available in the Print and Cut series, offering an end-to-end solution for printing and cutting. The 54-in. HP Latex 115 Printer also is an end-to-end solution for producing applications like customizable clothing, decals, labels, stickers and window graphics. The printer offers an output of up to 1,200 dpi and six-color printing. For more information, visit hp.com/go/latex .
swissQprint (Kriessern, Switzerland) will debut the Oryx LED printer in November. This 8.2 x 6.6-ft. (2.5 x 2-m) flatbed printer will process jobs at a maximum output of 65 sq. m/hr. This machine will use LED technology to print on acrylic, aluminum composite panels, wood, tarpaulin, polyester, polycarbonate, polystyrene, (high-density) PVC, flexible foam panels, glass and metal. Printing onto difficult, heat-sensitive materials such as textiles, films and paperboard will also be possible. For more information, visit swissqprint.com.