Continuous Inkjet​​​

Continuous Ink Jet printers are intended for product labeling, packaging and pallets during the production process itself. They are used for industrial purposes such as printing static and variable data which can be: date, time, text, serial marks, codes and logos. Our offer includes printers that meet complex technological requirements, as well as models for standard applications.

This technology enables high-quality printing on all surfaces and shapes, regardless of the porosity of the material. Printers eject electrically charged ink droplets from the nozzle that pass through the electromagnetic field to accurately target the product or packaging.

Thermal Inkjet​​

Thermal Ink Jet printers enable fast printing of static and variable data on almost all types of surfaces. The printers come in a mobile and static version and meet all the requirements of the end user and enable compliance with increasingly stringent laws or ensure traceability. Our offer includes printers that can meet complex technological requirements, as well as basic models for standard applications.

Printers use standard ink cartridges that are heated by resistors inside the printer until steam bubbles are created that push ink droplets toward the print head. This printing technology does not require the use of solvents which makes the printers easy to use and maintain.

Piezo Inkjet

Piezo Ink Jet printers use Drop-on-Demand (DOD) printing technology, which means that the printer transfers ink in a way that it is located in the printhead chamber. Printers meet all user requirements and allow compliance with increasingly stringent laws or ensuring traceability. Our offer includes printers that can meet complex technological requirements, as well as basic models for standard applications.

Piezo inkjet printers use the so-called piezoelectric effect. It is necessary to create a voltage on the surface of the piezoelectric material by its deformation and as a result. The nozzle deforms, exerting a high pressure on the ink, making the head drops the ink for the print.