We know that competitive drying capabilities are an important factor in enabling higher coverage and faster running speeds for production with production inkjet. But can the impact of enhanced drying be quantified?
That question is answered in our latest white paper, based on research and testing conducted by Inkjet Insight using the same print device and two different drying options. We worked with a major Print Service Provider (PSP) to determine if they could improve the performance and product quality on their HP T4XX inkjet press by exchanging the existing OEM drying technology with technology enabled with aNIR® (advanced Near InfraRed).
The goal of this research was to objectively test for measurable differences in print and finishing speeds, paper dryness and deformities and runnability between the two configurations. Download this free white paper to see impact on productivity based on testing medium and high-coverage jobs on matte and glossy stocks as well as resulting quality metrics.
This research was sponsored by Adphos, a maker of high-performance drying systems used by several leading inkjet OEMs. Learn more about Adphos and aNIR during Inkjet Innovation Week.