Compatable with printers:
GCC StellarJet 250UV, GRAPO Octopus I / Octopus X4, HP Scitex FB6300, JHF VISTA Vista 3506B / Vista 5006B / Vista 3508B, OASIS 3504-CC, TECKWIN TeckSmart UV1600 / TeckStorm R / TeckThunder 2400UV, ZUND UVjet 215-Plus
When high Industrial performance counts
The Xaar 500 is the optimum digital inkjet
solution for use in manufacturing environments
where reliability and robust performance matter.
Utilising Xaar’s state-of-the-art control electronics
offering simple and fast integration, the 70mm,
500 nozzle print swathe delivers premium quality
images with enhanced colour, subtle highlights
and sharp detail.
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.
The Xaar 500 has been specifically
designed to offer a competitive, high quality
and fast output printhead to enable the
scanning wide-format graphics and flatbed
graphics markets to produce vibrant
indoor/outdoor signs and POS material.
While the wide print swathe, ink compatibility
and reliability makes it the printhead of
choice for Coding & Marking applications.
Inks and Fluids
Xaar partners with market-leading ink
manufacturers to develop high quality ink
solutions for its printheads. The Xaar 500 is
compatible with a leading range of oil-based,
UV and solvent inks.
Maximising the production benefits inherent in
Xaar’s patented drop-on-demand technology,
the Xaar 500 enables high performance, quality
images and print production to become a fast,
reliable and efficient reality.
Best performance in class
With linear speeds of up to 560 mm/s when
printing at 360 dpi print resolution configurations,
or 1000 mm/s printing at 180 dpi print resolution
configurations the Xaar 500 binary printhead offers
a technical flexibility and print quality that truly outshines its competitors.
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