Azonprinter introduces Azon Matrix R industrial platform based on Ricoh Gen5 printheads
Azonprinter, a worldwide manufacturer of digital inkjet solutions has taken a new direction with its Azon Matrix industrial solutions. It welcomes a new addition, the Azon Matrix R platform based on Ricoh Gen5 print heads.
Azon Matrix R industrial series offers flat-bad UV-LED inkjet printing solutions with the optional bed sizes of 800 mm x 1600 mm / 1600 mm x 2500/3200 mm. The new platform will be able to print on substrates of up to 25cm in height and is can handle heavy materials up to 100 kg for indoor, outdoor and industrial applications.
The Azon Matrix R series improves productivity and creativity by printing directly onto any substrate such as ABS, polycarbonate, TPU, PVC, wood, stone, glass, canvas, ceramic, aluminum. It also covers ADA and Braille 3D printing and prints on cylindrical objects. The newest version of the print head features 4 channels and 4 colors due to its 4-row construction choice with 1,200 nozzles per color and full greyscale which results in printing speeds up to 25,8 sqm/hr. It is designed for 100 billion actuations per nozzle, the Gen5 is designed to last.
As well as featuring new Gen5 print heads the Azon Matrix R features Azon RIP software and flex, Phthalate free ink with EN 71-3 certificate that guarantees quality print and safe use on numerous applications coming from children furniture and toy industry and in overall the lowest running ink cost per 1sqm. The versatility of white ink as a base for high-density CMYK layer delivers unusual and creative textures on all materials. The Azon Matrix R series is suitable for sign makers, printing houses, commercial customers, gift stores, photographers and enters new business areas with a diversified approach for future market demands in home décor, interior design and the graphics industry.
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