Azonprinter launches DTO Creed at Fespa

Richard Stuart-Turner
Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Croatian manufacturer Azonprinter debuted a new UV printer that it said enables direct printing on objects (DTO) “that do not fit in any available regular printer”.

Creed: Direct print on irregular shapes
Creed: Direct print on irregular shapes

The company said that while similar machines usually require objects to be put on the printer’s table or a similar device, Creed has an open construction which ensures free space, and objects with dimensions up to 1.6x1.2x1m with a flat surface can be printed onto.

The main bridge of the €58,500 device ensures horizontal movement of the printhead up to 1.6m, vertical movement of up to 150mm, and the travel of bridge up to 1.2m.

Its open architecture enables users to print on objects such as furniture, windows, large signs, and wine barrels, and the device can be integrated with an assembly line workflow.

Azonprinter is also showing the new desktop machine Pronto UV DTF, which prints EN71-3 certified UV ink directly onto film.

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