SwissQprint builds its machines robustly as a point of principle. Parts of the company’s machines subject to wear are designed for at least ten years of two-shift operation. The first flatbed printer that swissQprint delivered in 2008 still operates today, just like hundreds of other machines from the Swiss manufacturer with over a decade of service behind them. More than 300 swissQprint flatbed printers over a decade old continue in daily use even now, some of them working triple shifts. A source from the company says the company’s goal is to supply customers for as long as possible and, if necessary, to seek substitute products.
The company’s product line boasts popular models like Kudu, Nyala 4, Nyala 4S, Impala 4, Impala 4S, Karibu 2, Karibu S, among others, which flatbed and roll-to-roll printers ideally engineered for all kinds of industries and application areas. The robust machines are designed for sign & display graphics, interior décors as well as fine art and photo printing—pinnacle of digital printing: reproductions of paintings, challenging photographic and fine art prints of any format on all sorts of substrates.