Xitron Navigator DFE makes Memjet DuraLink debut
November 13, 2018 By PrintAction Staff
Xitron, an independent developer of RIP and workflow products for commercial, digital and high-speed inkjet printing, has partnered with Dragon Printing Machinery to launch a digital front end (DFE) for presses using Memjet DuraLink technology. Dragon, a member of UP Group, introduced its Dumax-330 label press at All in Print, China.
Able to print at 100 metres per minute, the Dumax-330 is a high-speed roll-to-roll inkjet press designed for labels, custom packaging and variable data applications. It features a maximum printing width of 222 mm and can handle a 600-mm diametre roll of coated, uncoated, glossy, matte, synthetic stock or plastic film. The new Memjet DuraLink printhead carries a 1600 dpi resolution with 70,400 nozzles and five times nozzle redundancy, meaning five nozzles address each pixel on the page. Xitron’s Navigator DFE controls job queuing, imaging, and colour management, and includes a spot colour matching capability, it explains.
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