Dantex Group launch new PicoJet digital UV inkjet press
Following the success of its PicoColour UV digital label press, Dantex will present its latest innovation, the PicoJet digital UV inkjet press at Labelexpo Europe in Brussels.
Richard Danon, Dantex Group chairman, said: ‘It was a natural progression for our company to consider expanding our range from PicoColour. We needed to go wider, faster and finer in resolution, and Ricoh became the partner of choice for us.’
PicoJet, developed by the Dantex Advance Engineering Team, works at 350 mm width and at 75 metres per minute, using Ricoh heads, and offers 1200 x 1200 dpi resolution at 2.5 picoltire dot size. It is ideally placed for high quality and long run lengths. PicoJet is a seven colour printing system, which can be custom configured to offer wide colour gamut printing. PicoJet includes static control, web cleaning and corona treatment for wide choice substrate printing capability, for which Ricoh heads are ideally suited.
Richard added, ‘At this year's Labelexpo we are proud to present Ricoh inkjet head technology in our PicoJet, which is capable of printing high quality at high speed. Dantex has been delivering high tech consumables, equipment and services to the label printing industry for 40 years. It was important for us to choose a partner who was able to understand the high end quality needs of our industry. The development of PicoJet required close technical collaboration with Ricoh, and thanks to its support we were able to meet the timetable to present PicoJet at this year’s Labelexpo.’
Richard added, ‘Ricoh has given us the ability to meet today's challenges, and their technology has given us the opportunity to develop a state of the art inkjet printing solution for the label printing industry.’
Peter Williams, general manager, Commercial Printing and Industrial Printing Business Groups, Ricoh, said: ‘The partnership with Dantex further demonstrates our commitment to collaboration and empowering digital workplaces. We take pride in pushing the boundaries of inkjet printhead innovation and look forward to supporting Dantex on its own exciting journey.’