"Xaar has much to offer OEMs—both the printheads and service to develop competitive digital inkjet printers. We have a comprehensive range of both binary and grayscale printheads for a variety of wide format applications, and a support team that ensures R&D and technicians understand best practices," said Chris Lynn, Xaar Americas VP, sales and marketing. "A number of our OEMs are attending FESPA Americas showing Xaar-enabled printers. For example, The INX Digital CP100, which can be seen on Booth 1323, is a good example of a printer that uses five Xaar 1001 printheads. It designed for short-run cylindrical printing and packaging work on bottles and cans. At FESPA Americas (booth 1323), the CP100 will produce brilliantly colored water bottles in minutes."
"Xaar had a highly successful 2010, and with our recent activities, all forecasts point to an even better 2011," added Lynn. "Our grayscale technology is now widely used for high-quality printing with UV-curable inks, and the productivity and drop consistency of the Proton will support continued progress with solvent inks. Expect to see more wide-format digital inkjet printers with Xaar printheads inside."
Xaar invests more than 10 percent of its turnover in R&D to continually innovate its inkjet technology and bring new printheads to market. The company manufactures a full range of binary and grayscale inkjet printheads to enable printer manufacturers to choose the best one to suit their specific application and achieve high productivity, great quality and outstanding print performance.