Printing company, Memjet, has appointed Possibilities Management Group (PMG) as a premier reseller to market its printhead technology to the education, business and not-for-profit sectors.
Memjet engineers developed the new printing process in its Sydney laboratories over the past decade, licensing the technology to some of the world’s leading industrial and commercial printer manufacturers before launching its own brand of office printers in Australia with the c6000 series.
The Memjet c6000 desktop printer series prints up to 60 full colour pages per minute at half the usual cost and faster than most photocopiers.
PMG managing director, Jonathan Oastier, said the technology enables true on-demand colour printing.
“Compared with the traditional toner solution, Memjet is faster, more cost effective and provides greater flexibility in printing,” Oastier claimed. ““We liked the colour print quality, the speed and the fact that the printer can print edge to edge.
"This means that graphics can be printed right to the edge with no white border limitations any more. It can also print on glossy and photo paper, unlike laser printers. The cost per copy at under $0.04 cents per page is also compelling.”
Memjet Australia business development manager, Gunther Van Der Borght, welcomed PMG as a premier reseller of Memjet’s c6000 office printers.
“PMG and Memjet have partnered in demonstrating the printers at a number of events including the Edutech Education Conference in Brisbane in June,” Van Der Borght said.
The new technnology revolves around a decision by Memjet’s engineers to make the paper move, not everything else. Less moving parts means less problems and greater speed.
The engineers stretched the print-head to a page width, created 70,000 nozzles that produce 7,000,000 drops per second. Special quick drying inks were developed so the page is dry on exit after one second. With no laser toner nano-particles floating in the air, the ink solution is safer for people and more environmentally friendly.