Xeikon unveils two new digital presses based on new dry toner

Belgium-based Xeikon unveiled the new presses during a webcast on 30 March 2020, which originally planned as a pre- Drupa 2020 event.

08 Dec 2020 | By PrintWeek Team

The SX30000 press is based on a new generation dry toner technology, which Xeikon has called its Sirius technology while the CX300 uses the next generation Cheetah 2.0 technology.

The Xeikon SX30000 press powered by the new Sirius technology, Xeikon said, is capable of running a printing width of 20-inch (or 508 mm) on a broad range of substrates at 98-ft/min (or 30 meters/ minute), 404ppm A4) – boasting an average speed increase of more than 50% throughout the range of 40-350 gsm versus the previous platform.

The CX300 can operate at a speed of 30-m/min (98ft/min). The web-width can vary between 220mm (8.6-inch) and 512mm (20.3-inch) wide using a LED imaging head operating at 1,200x3,600 dpi delivering offset/gravure image quality. 

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