PAPYRUS G5

The PAPER game changer at 138 sqm/hr by 2pass and high resolution

Papyrus G5 is the latest addition in the d.gen's high-speed direct-to-paper printers range. This fully integrated production system comes with the latest Ricoh Gen5 printheads that guarantee up to 138 sqm/h printing speed, Furthermore, the well-matched paper feeding and take-up units provides good feeding of transfer paper which allows high productivity and 24/7 operation.


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MEDIA FIXING & COLD+HOT DRYER | Papyrus G5 is equipped with a easy fixing unit for feeding every fabric width. Thanks to the dryer, that may operate in cold-only or cold+hot mode with temperatures up to 80 °C, the paper drying process is operated at full speed up to 138 sqm/hr.


Paper feeding system | Key component of good run-ability for unattended over night printing and guarantee wrinkle free even with low weight papers.


Jumbo-roll feeder | Designed for 3" core with 12" diameters roll, up to 120kg weight. Simply, accepts 1000meter roll by 58gsm, 1.85meter width.


RICOH GEN5 PRINTHEADS technology is in the forefront of industrial inkjet printing technology. These industrial printheads can guarantee native resolution of 600 dpi and printing resolutions up to 2.400 dpi with 7 picoliters droplet size at 8 levels greyscale. Each printhead has a printing band width of 108 mm with 1.280 nozzles, which guarantees unbelievable printing speeds up to 138 sqm/h on a compact printer's body.


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