TrojanLabel Launches Memjet-Powered TrojanTwo Mini Digital Label Press
TrojanLabel, manufacturer of full-color label printers, today announced the availability of its next-generation label printing press, the TrojanTwo, powered by Memjet’s page-wide color inkjet print-head technology.
Memjet says the TrojanTwo provides all of the print speed and capabilities of a larger and more expensive system, but is housed in a compact industrial design. Other product benefits provided are:
- Ability to run up to 5,000 feet of media without breaking the web.
- Less manual intervention is required for make-ready, cleaning, while cutting and splicing label media is practically eliminated.
- Print-head maintenance is completed in-line, so jobs print faster.
- 1,600 dpi full-color printing to provide vivid and accurate color on a wide assortment of media.
- 60 feet/minute (18 meters/minute) print speed.
- New user interface is said to be easy to learn and operate.
- Unit is self-contained in a stainless steel cabinet, thus providing the most effective use of floor space.
- New automated servicing system is included, thus maximizing up-time
“We saw strong interest in TrojanOne, due to its robust feature set and affordable pricing, and with the TrojanTwo, we continue to offer that same level of affordability but now with less manual intervention, all contained in a new compact industrial design,” says Mikkel Wichmann, CEO of TrojanLabel. “Leveraging Memjet technology, it offers us a leg up in digital color printing, and jointly we look forward to showing the value and new levels of efficiency the TrojanTwo press offers the converter community.”
“With the great success of TrojanOne, we’re excited to see the TrojanTwo mini digital label press released to the market. It provides customers with a high productivity labeling solution for small batch label runs, featuring the newest Memjet technology.” commented Judd Quimby, vice president of business development at Memjet. “As the demand for customized, full-color materials continues to grow, converters and print shops can answer that need without incurring huge capital investment – something the market desperately needs.”