Dantex Group, a manufacturer specialized in digital presses for labels, has officially presented its next generation of Pico digital UV inkjet presses, simultaneously heralding a new era of technological advancement for the company and establishing itself as a global supplier of printing equipment and consumables.
Developed over the past two years, the new range of equipment is made up of the robust PicoColour HD 1200, PicoJet 1200, PicoJet 1200i, and the high-speed flagship PicoJet 1200s. Built to the highest quality standards in the industry, each press is based on a modular design developed to allow the incorporation of in-line finishing and an innovative large touch screen operation system.
SuperWhite® and DecoTactile technologies are included as standard. Superwhite is capable of producing up to 92% white ink opacity in a single pass, making it the highest opacity inkjet white on the market. On the other hand, DecoTactile technology allows you to create a wide range of high-quality textured finishes to highlight details and add eye-catching and added value to prints. These presses also offer 3 additional new color options;
orange, violet and green, expanding the color range to more than 96% of the Pantone scale, with a Delta-E <= 3.
Furthermore, the software capabilities of the new Pico range have been strengthened in collaboration with Esko and other industry leaders which, together with the latest generation Ricoh printheads, enables Pico systems to deliver exceptional print output, at the highest speed. In addition, with concern for the environment at the top of Dantex's agenda, the new range of Pico presses offers, as standard, various features and functions aimed at reducing waste.