Domino's Binary technology has been developed to offer extremely fast, consistent printing that sets the industry standard in quality and is easily integrated into new and existing lines.
The Bitjet+ binary printer uses 256 continuous streams of ink to print high-resolution text and images at very high speed. Typically this technology is used by the commercial printing industry to print addresses, graphics numbers and barcodes as well as other variable information onto a variety of substrates such as plastic cards , tickets and tokens .
How it Works
The basic principle of Binary printing is similar to that of Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) printing: tiny drops of ink are deflected in flight by an electrostatic field. It differs from Continuous Ink Jet in the use of the voltage on the print drop and the subsequent deflection of that drop.
With Binary printing, an array of 256 individual jets of ink is used within a 2.13 inch print width. A charge electrode applies a charge to the ink drop, which is deflected. When no charge is applied the drop is not deflected. The ink drops that are not used for printing are charged and are deflected into the gutter. The uncharged drops are not deflected by the high voltage field and fall onto the substrate for printing. Because uncharged drops are used for printing, optimum print quality and speed can be achieved.
256 nozzles in the printhead produce high-definition print
Capable of printing at very high speeds of up to 800 feet / minute
Run time phasing ensures consistent print quality and optimum printer performance
Cost effective ink recycling