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Inkcups creates new 'Drop Control System' for Xjet printer
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Jul '14
Inkcups Now introduces the new Advanced Drop Control System for the XJet industrial inkjet printer. The new system, which can be easily retrofit to the XJet, effectively increases the distance of the LED curing lights away from the print head. 
 
The new system allows variable gloss control software settings that are more flexible than ever before. The added space gives the option of waiting longer to cure, giving the image a clean, glossy look.
 
The increased control over timing also reduces banding in the printing, giving the product a smooth feel and as consistent a look as possible.
 
The addition of a small switch also lets the user decide if they want to use either one or both of the LED curing lights, which can give the design either a matte or glossy look.
 
The addition of the space also improves protection against nozzle clogging which, in turn, leads to reduced down time.
 
About Inkcups Now Corporation
Inkcups Now (ICN) is the one-stop supplier for decorators of 3-dimensional products and garment tag labels. ICN offers a complete line of pad printing, screen printing, and inkjet printing equipment and supplies. In addition, ICN also offers computer-to-plate YAG and CO2 laser engravers & plate makers as well as flatbed inkjet printers. ICN supplies companies in the promotional product, electronics, medical, automotive, and garment tag printing marketplace as well as other industries. 
 

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