The world’s first eco-solvent printer with XAAR Printhead was put on display for visitors at Apppexpo, Shanghai 2017
ColorJet, the largest Indian manufacturer of wide format digital printers in India, presented live demonstrations of World’s First Eco-Solvent Printer with Xaar Technology at APPPEXPO 2017 – a one of its kind show that derives its focus from the huge and consistently evolving digital signage industry across the world, which was held from March 8 to March 11, 2017 at the Shaghai’s National Exhibition & Convention Center.
ColorJet’s Concept machine is equipped with XAAR printhead with MEMS technology. The highlight is that the printer has been developed in the Indian facility of ColorJet. And, XAAR being a world leader in the development of digital inkjet technology and an award-winning manufacturer of piezoelectric drop-on-demand industrial inkjet printheads joined hands with ColorJet to introduce its MEMS technology printheads.
ColorJet and XAAR have worked closely on development and testing, being in the conceptual stage, without divulging into any further details, the concept machine has a printer width of 1.8mtr and is expected to run at astounding speeds with better print quality pertaining to the dot placements.
Smarth Bansal, Sr. Product Manager, ColorJet India, said, “We are delighted to be chosen by XAAR as their preferred technology partner. We believe in bringing stable and efficient technology to our users with low cost of ownership and thus help them to boost their profitability. This event is an important platform for ColorJet to introduce new technology advancements and solutions.”
ColorJet, the largest manufacturer of digital inkjet printers in India markets its products in 14 countries worldwide. Founded in 2004, the company maintains its operations via two manufacturing facilities and sales offices spread across seven countries, which include India, China, Bangladesh, UAE and Sri Lanka. To-date, ColorJet has installed and implemented over 4,000 of its printing solutions and products across 315 cities around the world backed by a strong 278 member team, of which, almost 100 are in technical related functions.