XAAR and its OEM partner MapleJet are leading the way in quality and sustainability for coding and marking onto corrugated boxes with the industrial XAAR 502 GS15 O inkjet printhead providing much larger print height and industrial robustness in the latest MapleJet ProDigit 70 printers. TIJ (Thermal Inkjet) printheads used for coding and marking onto corrugated boxes are disposable. Over a two-year period, this can mean the disposing of over 650 printhead cartridges (in a typical use case), wasting resources, time and money in replacement.
The industrial design of the XAAR 502 GS15 O printhead, however, fundamentally changes this and ensures the MapleJet printer only uses one printhead throughout the same period and beyond (because XAAR’s inkjet printheads are not disposable), significantly reducing the environmental impact of coding and marking onto corrugated boxes. The XAAR 502 GS15 O printhead also enables a significant increase in print height in comparison to TIJ printheads, with a maximum print height of 70mm (2.75”) at up to 180dpi available. With its suitability for porous substrates, the MapleJet ProDigit 70 printer is capable of printing at a maximum line speed of 58 metres (197’) per minute, delivering quality codes for the fastest production environments.
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