Fine details and strong colours are amongst the key characteristics of the Xaar printheads.
Seiko chooses the major international showcase to unveil its new RC1536 series of inkjet printheads.
Scientifica Tiles LLP is the first Indian tile manufacturer to adopt the new Xaar 2001+ printheads.
EFI Cretaprint electronics coupled with the new Seiko RC1536 L high-discharge printhead has proved a winning combination for the leading Spanish company in the small-size tile and trim piece segment.
The Japanese company has diversified successfully from wristwatches to digital printheads and has established a strong presence in the ceramic industry.
The Spanish company has become the first European inkjet printer manufacturer to enjoy the benefits of the strategic partnership with Xaar.
At this year’s Ceramics China show Xaar showcases a number of exciting developments for the ceramic tile market which reinforce Xaar’s position as the market-leading printhead technology company.
The range of SSI Solvent Soluble Inks from Metco is now certified by Xaar for use with Xaar GS12C and GS40C variants of the Xaar 1003 printhead and the Xaar 2001-GS12C.
Replacing Xaar 1002 printheads with the new Xaar 1003 model has resulted in higher quality and production efficiency along with lower production costs.
Gillian Ewers looks at the future of digital technology: research, market development and world demand.
Xaar invites visitors at Tecnargilla (Hall D1, Stand 11) to celebrate the launch of the new Xaar 2001 and 2001+ family of printheads and enter the Xaar prize giveaway. You could be a winner!
The company, leading supplier of spare parts and accessories, is presenting a new digital printhead cleaning machine developed and tested by Elema.