x350 Digital Roll-to-Roll Press

20,000–500,000+
Extremely Low
Pigment
Fast
12.77 in (324.4 mm)
13.75 in (350 mm)
The gist: A combination of production capability, footprint size, and ink economy not found in compact desktop or large, expensive commercial presses. Achieve durable full-color prints with aqueous pigment inks.

The next generation of roll-to-roll label and flexible packaging printers

With durable pigment inks, large ink and media capacities and fast print speeds, the x350 provides a combination of production capability, footprint size, and economy not found in compact desktop or large, expensive commercial presses. 

Achieve vibrant, professional-quality prints on die-cut or continuous label materials and flexible packaging films for a wide variety of product applications.

Here’s a quick overview

x350 Details

Create durable prints

Built on the latest Memjet stationary printhead technology, the x350 uses pigmented inks that are free from harmful chemicals—great for food, beverage, agricultural, and many other industries. The x350’s ink formulation is also more durable than traditional inkjet—preventing bleeding and print degradation due to moisture, UV, abrasion, and other common factors.

Built for production

The x350 is built for high-volume production—utilizing a 13-inch (350 mm) printhead, large ink capacities of 2 liters per color channel (CMYK), and print speeds of up to 18 inches per second to print large runs of labels or flexible packaging film quickly.

Compact and powerful design

The attractive, minimal-footprint design fits almost any production space and incorporates an intuitive 21-inch HD touchscreen interface.

Cloud-based operation and remote management

Driverless, cloud-based operation means job management and maintenance can be done from any workstation, anywhere—on PC or Mac.

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