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Domino: CIJ printer incorporates airflow cooling system

Domino Printing Sciences new A520i continuous inkjet printer – which builds on the successful A-Series and the heritage of the i-Tech range - incorporates the innovative plenum airflow cooling system helping the printer stays cool whatever the production environment.
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The highly-resilient printer is designed for challenging production environments and comes wrapped in an IP55 marine grade stainless steel cabinet, with IP66 sealed electronics enclosure.

The TouchPanel user interface (UI) is a separate component, which can be mounted either directly onto the cabinet or remotely to suit production line requirements and layout. The A520i can also be controlled via any Windows  interface already on the production line.

The A520i’s is able to integrate the user interface anywhere along the production line. The robust cabinet and the presence of a plenum airflow cooling system helps ensure functionality no matter how challenging the surroundings, whether they are hot, cold, wet or dry.

The printer’s eco-friendly, low-consumption i-Tech ink system helps businesses drive down their solvent footprint.  The machine requires no service and minimal operator intervention thanks to the presence of CleanFill cartridges that can be changed while the printer is running, and the i-Tech Module containing the working ink and ink filters can be easily replaced in less than ten minutes. This is all the maintenance the printer requires and it’s an annual task that can be performed by anyone.

 

 

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