1024 nozzles per print head and an impressive output of 130 m2/h have made Impala most sold. In our machine the standard CMYK channels are enhanced by additional: light, white and varnish.
Whether vinyl, fabric, mesh or other roll stock, swissQprint systems can handle them all. And that across the full printing width of 2.5 metres.
A well designed, stable roller system conveys the material across the printing table and winds it up cleanly on the other side. An integrated control system regulates the tension and guarantees a perfect print image every time. When necessary, multiple colour layers can be applied in one pass and are absolutely register-true as a result.
The control system ensures an accurate and steady feed even when printing heavy panels.
All of the UV-hardened inks are VOC free. They bond on acrylic, dibond, wood, tarpaulins and awnings, polyester, polycarbonate, polystyrene, (rigid foam) PVC, vinyl lms, exile foam panels and numerous other media. Suitable materials may be stretched after printing without any signs of stress whitening in the colour.
Impala is the name of the secret weapon for the graphic industry and industrial companies who place their bets on up-to-date digital direct printing. Universal and modular, the UV printer Impala is future-oriented and multi-talented when it comes to applications. It is robust, works with exceeding precision and delivers outstanding print quality – because the Impala is thoroughly Swiss made.
Versatile and robust, the UV printer Impala is a digital direct printing system that is expandable as required. The UV-hardening ink set adheres to highly diverse materials and does not crack even during trimming, which broadens the production portfolio to include numerous attractive applications.
Impala comes with a steplessly adjustable vacuum system that retains standard panels just as securely as heat-sensitive substrates and fabrics. The printing table, anodised for easy maintenance, can carry media as heavy as 400 kg. In contrast the print quality is superb with each droplet placed with absolute high precision. Printing solid colours, fine lines and smooth gradations are a particular speciality of the Impala.