The Panthera 3322C uses the Memjet VersaPass printhead to provide high-quality 4-color labels at a maximum speed of nearly 60 fpm. Xitron’s Navigator DFE controls job input, queuing, and spot color matching for color accuracy. The workflow offers a server-client architecture, which provides network-wide visibility to production as well as job preview and access to live printhead and ink status.
The Leopard DL-220 uses the Memjet DuraLink technology, which allows the press to run at 668 fpm. This implementation is a monochrome system aimed at the specific needs of the express delivery labels and logistics industry in China.
The Navigator DFE driving the DL-220 is based on Global Graphics’ Harlequin RIP core and drives the system at full rated speed even when variable data is present.
Both DFE implementations are localized in Simplified and Traditional Chinese, making integration into China’s large printing market easier and faster. “The introduction of these two presses and the Navigator DFE’s driving them is the culmination of a development agreement signed in August of 2017,” says Karen Crews, president of Xitron. “We look forward to strengthening our partnership with ZH Basch as they continue to create innovative solutions for their growing market.”