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New and Original XAAR 500-80-CM Printhead

$625.00

The Xaar 500 is the optimum digital inkjet solution for use in manufacturing environments where reliability and robust performance matter.

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The Xaar 500 is perfect for those needing a versatile wide and grand-format or coding and marking (C&M sectors) binary inkjet solution. The 40pl model meets the demanding requirements of the high quality UV wide-format and solvent graphics markets, while the 80pl version leads the way in the solvent grand-format and C&M sectors.

Xaar printheads carry Xaar product warranty.

Manufacturer: Xaar

Printer compatibility: Witcolor Ultra Max H4 / Ultra Max H6

DP part number : PPHXA50080


XAAR 500-80-CM

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