A few days ago, Primavera Technology introduced the LX810 desktop inkjet printer, which is suitable for small-lot label printing and can print full-color labels on demand. Printable label sizes range from 0.75 square inches to the largest 8 x 24 inch label. With dro-on-demand printhead resolution of up to 4800 dpi, it can print high-quality labels for a variety of consumer, industrial and office applications, and can accommodate semi-gloss and high-gloss materials.
The finished product has a scratch-resistant, waterproof and anti-fouling higher quality. There are printer drivers for Microsoft Windows 2000XP and Apple OS X 10.2 or later, and USB 2.0 interface. This model can be purchased through its global agents. Also exhibited is the LX820 model machine. The difference is that it uses a continuous ink supply system rather than a separate module.
Highlights of Printing Technology Services's exhibit are wired JetFlex variable data printers, including bar codes, and integrated VeriFlex data verifiers. The system uses standard UV modules and UV-curable inks that adhere to all materials. The software includes RIPFlex4 for integrated raster processing of PDF files, and PCL open format files in the JetFlex module output flow.