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Memjet to unveil new inkjet technology platform at PRINT 17 trade show

US-based color printing technologies provider Memjet is set to unveil DuraLink, its new inkjet technology platform, at PRINT 17 trade show.

Memjet launched its first inkjet technology in 2007. The company will exhibit both the technologies at the fair, which is due to be held on September 10 to 14 2017 in Chicago, Illinois.

The new digital printing platform offers solutions for high-volume commercial, packaging and industrial printing markets to OEM partners by integrating long-life printheads, pigment ink and flexible modules.

Memjet general manager of commercial printing Eric Owen said: “Memjet set out to develop an additional inkjet technology that would bring quality, speed and affordability to high-volume markets. To be successful, this technology also needed to keep pace with the rapid rate of change happening in the industry.

“The result of this effort is DuraLink. By bringing together a long-life printhead, durable pigment ink, 100 inches (2.5 meter) maximum print width and a range of versatile modules, DuraLink enables the rapid, cost-effective development of next-generation solutions for commercial, packaging and industrial printing markets.”

DuraLink, which is equipped with a new long-life printhead, integrates redundancy at the nozzle level and requires less maintenance.

The new technology platform, which enables longer print runs, is fitted with 5x nozzle redundancy across 70,400 nozzles to provide high reliability.

 The print modules also provide better quality, speed, stability and flexibility to a suite of commercial, packaging and industrial printing markets.

“Businesses report that a key benefit of inkjet has been the way it greatly simplifies the print production process while still achieving the level of quality their customers demand. DuraLink now brings those benefits to markets that require longer print runs, making the production of these jobs faster, less expensive and easier than had been previously possible”, Owen added.