ez-Inkjet Swap Program – Ends Soon!!
Graph-Tech AG in Switzerland, has ended the support for the GT-JET 64 (Domino K200, Jetrion 3025) and GT-JET 72 (Domino K150) printers. What this means is that the proprietary spare parts required to service these printers are no longer available. Graph-Tech USA (GTUS®), as the only Graph-Tech certified refurbishment company in the Americas, will continue refurbishing GT-Jet 64 and GT-JET 72 printers as long as there are parts available.
The GT-JET 64 was introduced at Drupa 2004 and more than 600 inkjets were installed over the years. It was the most reliable 2” Drop-On-Demand inkjet at the time with 300 dpi resolution and it is still in operation in several industries. It has been a great run for 14 years but new technology has arrived and it is time to retire these workhorse printers.
The good news is that GTUS® is now manufacturing an “eZ” replacement with our new 2.13” and 4.25” higher resolution/print quality 600 dpi inkjet here at our facility in Florida that we have appropriately named eZ-Inkjet®. GTUS® has installed over 80 eZ-inkjet® printers running in different applications as far away as Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Mexico, Netherlands, and the UK.
Designed to be “eZ-ly” serviced and maintained, the eZ-Inkjet® runs on the same GT controller and can even be attached to the same mount as the GT-Jet 64. The head replacement can be done in the field bringing down maintenance cost by more than 50% and the down-time from several days to 30 minutes. Expect also fast printing of 2D barcodes, less ink consumption, automatic ink parameter setting with RFID, and many more improvements.
“eZ for GT-Jet Swap Program”
Remember to take advantage of the “eZ for GT-Jet Inkjet swap program” by ordering before the end of 2018, we will give you a $5,000 credit for a working GT-Jet 64 with base unit if you buy an eZ-Inkjet®. We will also give you $1,000 off for an old XP controller with the purchase of a Windows 7 controller.
Please visit us in stand Riviera K052 at Trustech 2018 in Cannes France to see our revolutionary EMV-RUNNER in action, not just for cards! Witness innovation you won’t see in any other stand. Come and see our new products including our eZ-Inkjet®, SuperTracker and our incredibly fast EMV-RUNNER with eZ-id.
ICMA Expo 2018 – March 26-28,2018
Graph-Tech Partners at the ICMA Expo 2017 in Orlando, Florida.
Focus on Card Manufacturing and Personalization
GTUS will be showing our TotalMag Magnetic Encoding System + eZ-Inkjet High Definition Inkjet printer at the International Card Manufacturing Association’s Expo in Orlando, Florida in booth 704.
ICMA’s next Card Manufacturing & Personalization EXPO will take place March 26-29, 2018 at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate in Florida. Save the date!
Grow professionally and get the essential education you need to excel in the card industry by attending the next EXPO. There will be an abundance of networking opportunities, including the chance to meet leading suppliers with 100 exhibits expected. ICMA members can also take the opportunity to share their expertise by delivering a presentation at the event.
For the third year in a row, ICMA will co-locate the EXPO with the Secure Technology Alliance Payments Summit. Secure Technology Alliance is a multi-industry association working to stimulate adoption of smart card technology and advanced payment technology.
The EXPO will also be co-located this year with the U.S. Payments Forum All Members Meeting. The co-located events will include educational tracks on card manufacturing/ personalization trends and emerging payment applications/ new technologies for mobile and transportation payments.
“With the future in mind, our card industry members will have diverse, contemporary and unique opportunities to explore in Orlando,” said Jeffrey Barnhart, executive director and founder of ICMA. Barnhart continued, “As always, attendees will be invited to educate, learn and network while gaining valuable insight on card manufacturing and issuing trends and new technologies in security and payments, as well as market forecasts.”