The printer is equipped with six-colour ceramic inkjet heads and can print at a resolution of 1,400x700dpi with speeds ranging from 46 sq/metre per hour to 88 sq/metre per hour and can be used for indoor and outdoor applications.
At the exhibition, Arrow aims at promoting its new technology of ceramic glass printing. Sohel Dalal, marketing manager at Arrow Digital said, “Currently we have only UV printers available in the Indian market which facilitate printing on glass. With the Tecglass we hope to take glass printing to a new level.”
According to Dalal, the ceramic inks used by Tecglass can keep the image intact after toughening of the glass that takes place at very high temperatures. “The current UV printers which use UV inks are organic in nature whereas the ceramic inks are inorganic and this nature of the ink prevents the ink from seeping inside the glass during the toughening process,” said Dalal.
The company will provide a show and tell of samples printed on the Tecglass with ceramic inks for its customers at the show. “We will be displaying really long samples, the size of a door and the design on the sample is what will attract the customers to the stall,” says Dalal.
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