The universal duplex printing device for specialist photographic retailers and photographers is suitable for processing smaller and larger photo quantities as well as for the production of individual value-added photo products. For duplex printing of paper rolls, its output range is from 9 x 9 cm up to the panorama format of 30 x 140 cm. Every hour, up to 1,180 photos can be output “from the roll” in the 9 x 13 cm format, up to 950 photos in the 10 x 15 cm format, 274 photos in the 20 x 30 cm format and 127 photos in the 30 x 45 cm format (rated output of 720 dpi). As standard, the QSS Green III is supplied with two paper magazines for 100 m paper rolls, one each for single-lane and dual-lane paper feed.
Paper rolls are available in common photo paper widths of 102 to 305 mm. Paper feed depends on the width of the paper and can be freely selected from 89 to 1,400 mm in millimetre steps. Printing is possible with a print resolution of either 720 or 1,440 dpi as desired.
For the production of value-added photo products printed on both sides, paper sheets up to 30 cm wide are inserted into the single-sheet feeder. The paper step length for single paper sheets ranges from 178 to 635 mm. The device is thus able to produce duplex-printed greeting cards and photo book and calendar pages, for example, in the 20 x 20 cm, 20 x 25 cm and A4 to 30 x 30 cm formats. Tried-and-tested piezo-inkjet technology with DSM (dot size manipulation) is used as the printing system. It can vary each printing dot in five different sizes and can also include paper white as a “sixth option.”
The ink cartridges can even be swapped during printing. The device is supplied with a sorter with 12 trays, each for 50 photos up to 152 mm in width, which also features the useful display of job interruption. Data can be transferred from current storage media by the operator at the EZ Controller, by the customer using system-compatible SPC terminals in the shop or online thanks to SPC software.
Inkjet duplex device for paper rolls and sheets for volume printing of photos and for value-added photo production
Digital image data in file formats
JPEG, TIFF, PNG, RAW as DNG and
S/W, CN and CU material and reflective materials after digitizing using optional scanners
Paper step lengths
102, 127, 152, 203, 254 and 305 mm
from 89 to 1,400 mm
Processing formats (nominal sizes)**
For single-sided printing from 9 x 9 cm to 30 x 140 cm
For duplex printing from 20 x 20 to 30 x 30 cm
Maximum output format (nominal size)**
Panorama print of 30 x 140 cm
Processing capacity (nominal output)**
1,180 photos/hour for 9 x 13 cm, 950 photos/hour for 10 x 15 cm at 720 dpi
127 photos/hour for 30 x 45 cm at 720 dpi
Piezo-inkjet technology; four colours with dot size manipulation (DSM)
720 x 720 or 1,440 x 1,440 dpi
Paper widths up to 305 mm (12 inches), two trays for paper rolls, duplex printing from paper feed stack, paper deck with easy-to-clean absorbers as standard; 12x sorter with visual display of job interruption as standard
Space requirements and empty weight of device
Net floor space of approx. 0.90 m²; working area with movement zone of at least 2.8 m²
Weight without paper of approx. 243 kg
Power connection and output
230 V AC socket, 16 A, power of approx. 1,440 VA
System-compatible accessories (optional)
Noritsu film scanner models LS-600, LS-1100, HS-1800; RIP* PC (Raster Image Processor); SPC customer terminal and retailer/customer order processing software
Easy operation with EZ Controller, an up-to-date control computer (workstation); network-enabled via RIP PC
Comments on *
Input at the EZ Controller, system-compatible SPC terminal or SPC online ordering software using currently available digital storage media. (Detailed, binding compatibility and capacity specifications of the storage media as per device specifications and current, device-specific device manual.)
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Detailed, binding processing format and performance specifications as per device specifications and current, device-specific device manual.
Devices may vary depending on country and equipment and may deviate in individual points from the data specified here.