The unit is equipped with twice the number of nozzles mounted on the KM512 printhead, enabling the high density required to realize the 72mm print width.
This increased width further enhances applicability to printing systems (e.g. Single-pass inkjet printers) that demand high productivity.
Printhead power consumption is reduced by 50% through the use of a new, high efficiency piezo actuator.
Konica Minolta piezo on-demand inkjet heads are already driven using lower voltages than other inkjet heads and the new actuator used in the KM1024 reduces power consumption even further. This makes the printhead ideally suited to “green” design and shows Konica Minolta’s ongoing consideration for the environment.
Increased grey-scale levels produce richer tones and more subtle gradients making the printhead even more attractive to existing and new print applications.
Equipped with a new control IC, the KM1024 printhead can print up to a maximum of 8 drop sizes. This allows even greater control of the printed image resulting in smoother colour gradients and more precisely matched tones.
The ultra-slim, space saving printhead shape improves print quality and allows more compact machine design.
The KM1024 printheads can be mounted very closely together minimising out of alignment errors in the transport or traverse system. This improves print registration resulting in consistently higher quality print. As multiple printheads can be mounted in a smaller space it is often possible to greatly reduce the length of the print path resulting in an overall reduction in machine size.
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