Impika doubles iEngine print width with 1000L iteration

The new machine, which is designed to fit on offset presses, offers a print width of 220mm, more than double the 108mm capable on the existing model.

The iEngine 1000L uses piezoelectric drop-on-demand inkjet technology to print at speeds of up to 150m per minute in colour operation and up to 800m/min in monochrome mode.

Impika is targeting the 1,000dpi system at the variable data production of applications such as envelopes and security documents, as well as transpromo and direct marketing print jobs.

Capable of personalisation and coding, the iEngine 1000L can print a range of inks including using water-based, UV and MICR consumables.

Impika sales and marketing manager Jean Marc Pasturel said the new model is also suitable for retrofitting on first generation continuous digital presses.

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