Trade Resources Industry Views Paul Leibinger Unveils New Short Printhead for JET3up Inkjet Coding Machines

Paul Leibinger Unveils New Short Printhead for JET3up Inkjet Coding Machines

Paul Leibinger, a German company that provides integrated solutions for industrial marking technology and the printing industry, has developed new short printhead for JET3up inkjet coding machines.

The Elbow printhead has been designed to allow installation of an inkjet printer in virtually any production line and even in small or very limited space.

Said to be significantly shorter than all Leibinger's printheads to date, the 19cm-long new printhead transition to the umbilical is made at a 90° angle.

The development follows a request made by undisclosed US food manufacturer for the short printhead.

Leibinger also installed the several Leibinger coding machines with Elbow printheads for the customer.

The company said it is now officially offering the new printhead for its JET3up and JET3up PRO with protection class IP65 printers.

Additional futures of the Elbow printhead include the automated Sealtronic nozzle seal to prevent the ink from drying despite long shut-down periods.

The Leibinger JET3up industrial inkjet printer is designed to allow non-contact marking of fixed and variable data on glass, films, cans, cardboard, cables, wood, plastics, metal and steel.

The printer features automated Sealtronic nozzle seal and Clean Instant Start and Stop Technology to ensure that the small-character inkjet printer start up on the production line eliminating the need for maintenance.

Earlier this month, Paul Leibinger said it showcased LENservo electronically controlled random numbering system with a new, double-monitoring function and the variants for passport printing at the Drupa 2016 event held in Germany.

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