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Xaar 128/80 Printhead (Blue)

$145.00

Xaar 128/80 Printhead (Blue)

Item Code:PRH-XAAR-001

Description:

​​For years the Xaar 128 set the industry standard by offering a consistent, simple and highly flexible inkjet solution for a variety of applications across the coding & marking and wide-format graphics industries. The Xaar 128 printhead is available in two drop volume variants (40 pL and 80 pL) and is compatible with a range of UV, solvent and oil-based inks.

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Light and powerful

​Compact footprint, light carriage and weighing only 15.5 g, it is ideal for applications where weight is a key design requirement

• Up to 8.3 kHz firing frequency

• Available in two drop-size variants (40 pL and 80 pL)

• Robust and cost effective solution

• 200 dpi (native) printhead resolution​.

Easy to integrate

• Adaptable across multiple digital print markets

• Compatible with an extensive range of oil-based, solvent-based and UV inks ​

• Simple electronic interface promoting quick and easy integration​

• Wide operating latitude for lower cost inks.

DGI VT-100D / VT-62D / VT-130D / VT-62 / VT-92 / VTII-62 / VTII-62P / VTII-92 / VTII-92P / VTIII-98D / VTIII-98DS / VTIV-62 / VTIV-92 / VTIV-98 / VTV-1604 / VTV-1606 / VTV-2504 / VTV-2506; HP Scitex XL1200(XLJet) / HP Scitex XL1500(XLJet+) / HP Scitex Grandjet; JHF VISTA Vista1808 / Vista2508 / Vista3312; Myjet 3216, LIYU PM1808; NUR Fresco / Fresco II 3200 / Salsa, SPRIN USA SPK-260 / SPK-320 / SPR-185 / SPR-260 / SPR-320 / XL-185; Algotex Streamjet 180


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