WILLIS, Texas (Dec. 4, 2017) – InkJet, Inc. announces the addition of the Kortho GraphicJet X-Series High Resolution (Hi-Res) Printers to its product portfolio. Manufactured in The Netherlands, Kortho’s Hi-Res Inkjet printers are known for their durable hardware and seamless automation, making them one of the most cost efficient, reliable and hassle-free Hi-Res Inkjets available in the global marketplace.
With the addition of the Kortho GraphicJet X-Series to its product line, InkJet, Inc. now offers a new level of versatility and quality for printing on porous and non-porous surfaces, including cardboard and paper packaging such as boxes, trays, bags, plastics, metals and other materials, like wood, polystyrene, and even stone and concrete products.
These GraphicJet X-Series printers deliver several technological advantages, which include , but are not limited to a 100 percent Windows-based operating system; a Windows network driver for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) integration; ability to print directly from a database; and Unicode font support that makes all keyboards, menus and auto codes available in any language.
“Kortho printers have been widely used in Europe for many years, and InkJet, Inc. is excited to introduce its customers to the X-Series. We pride ourselves in providing our customers access to affordable, durable equipment that protects and optimizes their valuable production lines. The Kortho GraphicJet X-Series of printers do that exceptionally well,” said Bill Allen, hardware portfolio director with InkJet, Inc
A comparison when printing the same label with HPÒ Cartridges, GraphicJet X18 gave 225 percent more prints per liter of ink,and the line did not have to be stopped for refilling. When applying the same label with Print & Apply Labels, one label costs, on average, the same as approximately 96 prints with Graphicjet X18.
“Users are going to be thrilled with the low cost per print, remote diagnostics for service over the Internet and ability to adapt to their environment and network,” commented Meindert de Groot Jr., director of coding and marking with Kortho.
For technical specifications or to schedule a demonstration, go to www.inkjetinc.com.
Kortho was founded in 1926 and has been developing and manufacturing coding and marking equipment in The Netherlands since 1958. From the standalone mechanical stamping machines in the early days, to the network connected Thermal and Inkjet printers of today, Kortho has grown and adapted through the years. Quality, innovation and excellent service are the highest priorities for this family owned business. Headquarters are in Holland with subsidiaries in Germany, France, The Dutch Antilles and Chile.
About InkJet, Inc.
InkJet, Inc. was established in 1989 through the rebellious spirit of its founder Thomas Quinlan and what was then a radical idea: to offer world class inks at a revolutionary price while making its customers’ needs the highest priority. Manufacturers now have an option for their consumables other than those produced by the OEM.
InkJet, Inc. is the largest non-OEM supplier of industrial fluids and printers in the world. The company supports the food and beverage, automotive, pharmaceutical, and graphics packaging industries in more than 55 countries.
The InkJet, Inc., manufacturing facility is located on a 34-acre site in Willis, Texas, north of Houston. Last year, InkJet, Inc. supplied over 200,000 gallons of fluid to more 5,000 customers and produced more than 600 products for most major brands of non-impact printers. InkJet, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company.
For more information, please visit www.inkjetinc.com.
Marc. Berger, Director of Marketing for InkJet, Inc.
Laura M. Pennino, Senior PR Consultant for InkJet, Inc.
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