With the rapid development of the advertising market and the innovation of eco-solvent printing technology, the eco-solvent printer has gradually become an essential part of advertising graphic and inkjet printing Shop.
But there are plenty of customers who are not familiar with the difference between single-head and double-head (multi-head) when buying an eco-solvent printer. So it’s a big challenge for them to decide which one to choose.
This article is to take you away from that trouble, please keep reading.
The single-head eco solvent printers
It is the earliest popular digital printing machine on the market, using Epson head more commonly, such as DX5, DX7, XP600. The printing accuracy is mostly determined by the printhead itself. After years of development, the single head control technology is gradually mature, and it performs well in stability and precision, warmly welcomed by most small-investment entrepreneurial companies!
Dual-head (multi-head) eco-solvent printers
When it comes to dual-head (multi-head) eco solvent printers, it is a leap in domestic inkjet printing technology.
Their control system, ink supply system and capping station are different.
Over the years of development and research, dual-head (multi-head) inkjet printers have been more sophisticated than ever before whether in printing accuracy, speed or machine stability.
And in the same printing accuracy, the dual-head eco solvent printer can achieve faster printing speed, almost double the printing speed of a single-head printing machine, or even faster. For users in high-volume demand, dual-head (multi-head) is undoubtedly a better choice.
A Brief Summary:
Single-head: More stable, no calibration needed, small-investment cost.
Double-head(multi-head): Faster speed, high production efficiency, refined printing effects. less labor cost, more maintenance cost.
Click below for more information about the single-head SJ-1600 and multi-head SJ-1800 & SJ-3200