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Jetmark announced it had teamed up with Colorjet back in August and began to unveil the Colorjet range of large format printers at the recent Visual Impact Expo in Sydney.
The Polo Turbo Roll-to-Roll 3.2m wide banner printer astounded onlookers when racing at 263 sqm/hr while still providing outstanding print quality, while the Verve Flatbed UV printer with its 2.5m x 1.65m bed can handle almost any media up to 100mm thick with the added advantage of an option to print white and to build layers to create a texture.
‘For those who don’t know much about Colorjet, they are to the digital printer manufacturing industry as Hyundai is to the car industry. They’ve come an incredibly long way in the last few years to challenge the leaders in the field but still retain their youthful enthusiasm as a business”. said, Craig Hornsey, Jetmarks Managing Director
Colorjet is India’s premier large format printer manufacturer with significant global sales and a reputation for innovation, reliability and value. Founded in 2004, Colorjet has grown to become India’s largest manufacturer of digital inkjet printer and now has facilities and sales offices spread across seven countries. ColorJet has installed and implemented over 4,000 of its printing solutions and products across 315 cities worldwide, all backed by a more than 100 strong technical team. This growth and strong consumer reputation was recently acknowledged in the prestigious ‘Rising Star of Asia’ 2016 awards held during the Indo-ASEAN Global Investment Summit held in Bangkok, where Colorjet won the award within the digital printer manufacturer category. ColorJet’s R&D department has also been recognised for its innovation by the Government of India’s Department of Science & Technology.
ColorJet has now rolled out 15 innovative products over the last 96 months, each emerging from the organisation’s unique 3E design philosophy: Economic, Efficient & Ecological. Now boasting a line up over 8 current models available in a range of variations, specifically designed for the signage and textile markets, Colorjet printers represent the perfect combination of advanced technology, build quality and excellent value for money.
Jetmark continues with its unique value proposition
Another significant release will be the Aurajet II, a next-generation 1800mm wide, high quality Eco Sol Printer ideal for signmakers. The Micro Piezo print-heads enable consistent quality across a wide variety of media including vinyl, flex, banner fabric, synthetics, PET, paper, film and canvas. Its greyscale print-head is powered by Variable Drop Technology that reproduces images of photorealistic quality with astounding detail and colour.
‘We’ll have the Aurajet in stock shortly and we already have a lot of interest from customer who want to see this beauty in action. It really is a fantastic machine that embodies all the latest in terms of technology from Colorjet, when people see this printer they are going to be blown away by how well it’s made and what it’s capable of” said, Craig Hornsey, Jetmarks Managing Director.
As well as the Aurajet we are introducing the Metro which is a high-end, ultra fast textile printer ideal for the fashion apparel and home furnishing markets. Available in Eco, Glo and Pro variants - for pigment, reactive & disperse ink types - it can print on cotton, polyester, silk, viscose, wool, nylon, acetate or any blended fabric. Capable of being configured in 4, 8 or 16 head combinations, depending on your output needs and use, the Metro can print at speeds of up to an amazing 340sqm/hr! The productivity gains alone are a real game changer when you can operate at those speeds.
‘Part of Jetmark’s approach has always been to provide our customers with ongoing value, with reduced running costs with realistic ink prices and unbelievable servicing arrangements. So buying a Colorjet looks even more attractive with Jetmark” said, Craig Hornsey, Jetmarks Managing Director.