The Nyala 2, which will be exhibited at the Sign Africa Expo from 2-3 September at the CTICC, stands at the nexus of printing quality and productivity: with a top speed of 206sqm/h, a print image goes onto the substrate in just a fraction of the time taken by other printers.
The 3,2m x 2m printer fits perfectly with high-volume, high-end environments in both advertising signage and industrial applications. The machine will be demonstrated printing 3D images and various unique printing at 206sqm.
Nyala 2 upsets a printing rule of thumb, which says that higher speed means lower quality. It achieves this because, although the UV system performs at up to 206sqm/h, it has no such thing as a draft mode. The secret lies in the latest technology used by the print heads. Moreover, a large printing area does not necessarily mean a large machine: Nyala 2 has practically the same dimensions as its Nyala sibling, yet the printing table has increased in size by 25%, thanks to clever Swiss engineering in the background.
Pre-register online and attend the expo and you could win R1000 cash.