Katana - the revolution in digital printing

At the recent show Glasstec in Dusseldorf, the world of Glass welcomed with great enthusiasm Katana, the new large format digital printer with printing quality up to high resolution, it is designed for use on glass and features a sturdy and precise structure.

In its standard configuration it can process the full 5 colours range: black, cyan, magenta, yellow for four-colour printing plus white that can be used either in full colour printing in order to achieve a perfect white, or to create the background colour.

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Date: 21 December 2010
Source: www.neptunglass.com

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