Tecglass breaks every record and expands its print resolution on glass to up to 2880 dpi, with 9 different ink drop sizes
By upgrading its print technology and the software it uses, Tecglass achieves a new breakthrough, propelling its products to the peak of industry performance. The digital printers developed and manufactured in the company’s Lalìn (Spain) plant can now print at 2880 dpi resolution, bringing lifelike realism to high-quality printed images and graphic motifs.
The skills of the Tecglass team and their expertise in all the technological aspects of digital printing on glass have, from the outset, enabled the Spanish company to design machines capable of printing at the maximum resolution available to date. This same technological capability has now doubled the dpi. The print heads are engineered to produce nine different ink drop sizes, from 6, 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 84 to 150 pl. This translates to greater print resolution and an exclusive technique that ensures 9 ink drop levels for all kinds of jobs. And, for jobs that require impeccable coverage at top speed, along with the finest 6-pl-drop definition ever and maximum capacity in terms of machine power, only Tecglass can guarantee its customers this kind of remarkable performance.
With 2880 dpi print resolution, architects and designers can make realistic presentations of their ideas and achieve unique results in the fastest time possible, maximizing the use of glass in all areas of design. Choosing Tecglass digital printers means greater detail and image sharpness, color uniformity and homogeneity which, in turn, inspire greater creativity in the processing of photographic images and graphic concepts.
2880 dpi print resolution is now available on all D Type, I Type, FC Series and FS Series machines. All Tecglass clients can also upgrade their existing machines to the utmost definition with minor modifications to the software and electronics. This new, exciting option firmly places Tecglass among the top specialists in the international glass industry.
News courtesy of Tecglass