GIS announces comprehensive support for Fujifilm Dimatix Samba GMA 33 & GMA 99 printheads
The new GIS Head Management Board (HMB-FD-GMA) can drive as much as four x Fujifilm Dimatix Samba GMA printheads in both the 33 or 99 variants. The HMB is predicated on GIS’s new Ethernet platform, which was first proven at drupa 2016. It integrates datapath buffering, printhead administration and hearth waveform technology, all accessed by way of Gigabit Ethernet, and allows the complete binary and greyscale capabilities of the Samba GMA printheads.
The HMB works at the side of the GIS Atlas® Machine Control Services software program (MCS) – a strong server know-how for managing the whole printing and sub-system course of – from picture to swathe conversion and integration of workflow by way of to print queues, transport and past.
The Samba GMA 33 & GMA 99 printheads are compact, low voltage, full silicon MEMs printheads designed for scanning purposes similar to vast format graphics, textile and delicate signage. The printheads have 300dpi native decision, 384 / 1152 nozzles and a 5 picoliter native drop dimension, and are suitable with a variety of fluids together with solvent, UV curable and aqueous inks. Ink recirculation is straight behind the nozzle.
GIS can be providing a comprehensive vary of ink supply system elements appropriate for the managed movement necessities of the Samba GMA printhead product line.
“The new Head Management Board for the GMA printheads presents another step forward in GIS’ Ethernet platform, which we are now using for all new printheads that we support. The Samba G3L printhead has been very successful in single pass systems and we expect the GMA printheads to do the same in scanning applications.” stated Debbie Thorp, Business Development Director.
OEMs and system builders are invited to have interaction with GIS now to debate their integration wants for the Samba GMA 33 and GMA 99 printheads.
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