Effect varnish


A stunning 3D effect that is otherwise only accomplishable with screen printing. Apply effect varnish through one of the nine colour channels for visual and tactile enhancement.



Continued printing after a crash


Crash Sensor Technology prevents

damage and rejects, for instance, 

if the material thickness was entered

incorrectly or corners on the medium

are sticking out. The print head

carriage stops if there is a hazard, and later continues at the exact pass position.



Multiple points of origin


The simple, quickly set registration

pins are a unique feature. In addition

to defining the zero-origin, they also

provide additional mechanical

attachment points:

format-independent, with as many as required to make efficient use of the printing table area.



Economical and environmentally friendly


LED technology leaves a small environmental footprint. It significantly minimises power consumption, has no harmful constituents and generates zero ozone.



Swiss Made

swissQprint systems are developed and manufactured in Switzerland and are characterised by precision, long service life, and robust quality down to the very last detail.


The eye-catcher par excellence. Lenses printed on transparent media work like a magnifying glass to produce optical 3D effects.

High availability

The printer is always ready to go, because LED lamps have neither a warm-up nor a cool-down time. In addition, the LED system is mechanically robust and maintenance-free. This practically eliminates interruptions to operation.

Greater media diversity


Cool LED curing enables stress-free

printing onto difficult materials such

as textiles, films and paperboard.

Acrylic, aluminium composite panels, wood, tarpaulin, polyester, polycarbonate, polystyrene, (high-density) PVC, flexible foam panels, glass and metal are handled in any case.

Optimal curing

The output software regulates the UV output power of the lamps according to the material and the printing speed, so the user can concentrate on other things.





Should something or someone

breach the light curtain surrounding 

the beam, the print head carriage

will slow down to warn as well as

protect the operator. Meanwhile,

printing continues and there are no rejects.



Inkjet printing is as colourful as the world around us. The CMYK standard is expandable to nine colours: they include light colours for recreating natural skin tones and fine shading, as well as white, special effects lacquer and even primer for printing on glass. Special colours such as orange, violet and green expand the colour space further still for even more Pantone colour tones.


All of the UV-hardened inks are VOC free. They bond on acrylic, aluminium composite panels, wood, tarpaulins and awnings, polyester, polycarbonate, polystyrene, (rigid foam) PVC, vinyl films, flexible foam panels and numerous other media. Suitable materials may be stretched after printing without any signs of stress whitening in the colour, thanks to the adequately flexible ink.