With a larger print area, a huge capacity of up to 600,000 characters per cartridge and an integrated WLAN and Ethernet interface, the new pictor2 inkjet label printer by Murrplastik sets the standard for colour-based inkjet printing systems. The technical highlight: The pictor2 is the first industrial printer capable of independently measuring the print area, providing you 100% assurance of repeatability and reliability.
Figure 1: The pictor2 high-end inkjet printer, an evolution of the previous pictor model, is the first ever industrial printer capable of independently measuring the print area.
The labelling specialists Murrplastik Systemtechnik, Oppenweiler will be presenting the pictor2 high-end inkjet printer, an evolution of the previous pictor model, at the SPS/IPC/DRIVES 2012 trade exhibition. Razor-sharp and photorealistic quality with 720 dpi and fast printing are features that the pictor2 inherits from its predecessor. Murrplastik’s engineers have developed a new ink specifically for the pictor2. The robust typeface is ideal for use in tough industrial environments. An important additional benefit is the greatly improved range of the ink, with an increase in capacity of up to 50%.
Figure 2: Six polycarbonate labelling mats are fixed on the base plate of the pictor2 and labelled simultaneously within 90 seconds.
The pictor2 is really easy to operate. Six polycarbonate labelling mats are fixed on the base plate and labelled simultaneously within 90 seconds. Different sign types can also be “mixed” on a single base plate. That means that your company can manufacture its entire daily requirement of labelling plates in just a few minutes with virtually no effort. The ACS labelling software can be used to read in design data through CAD interfaces.
Figure 3: Easy to operate controls.
The pictor2 control panel.
With its attractive design and a weight of just 20 kg, the pictor2 is the ideal desktop printer. All in all, the pictor2 is the most economical labelling system for companies with medium to high labelling volumes.