HP CMB X2 Printing ModuleHP CMB X2 Printing Module Features and Benefits - The HP Scitex X2 Printhead consists of a chip with 128 nozzles fixed to an integrated circuit board. Ink is ejected from each side of the chip (64 nozzles per side) at a rate of up to 30,000 drops per second per nozzle. Drop volume is up to 50pl. - The Printhead Chip has 128 nozzles with a native resolution of 100 nozzles/inch, and it can be assembled into multi-printhead modules offering resolutions up to 800 dpi. - The size of the delivery end of the HP Scitex X2 Printhead is 8mm x 64mm. With a slim profile, the printhead is ideal for building multi-printhead modules with very high nozzle density. - An ink channel at the top edge of the printhead supplies all nozzles. Ink up to 15 cP in viscosity can be used in the HP Scitex X2 Printhead. - The Electronics Package, with printhead controllers, voltage regulators and piezo actuators comprises two identical electrical assemblies. - No adhesives are used in fixing the silicon and glass. Anodic bonding is used, forming a permanent chemical bond and hermetic seal between the constituent materials. Printer compatibility: HP Scitex FB7500 / Scitex FB7600 This print head is suitable for HP Scitex FB7500 / FB7600 printers. This is the original HP / HP Scitex part (number CW903-60629). The HP Scitex X2 Printhead marks a new generation of piezoelectric inkjet technology for industrial inkjet applications using UV-curable ink and takes industrial wide-format quality, productivity and reliability to a new level. The new printhead is highly durable and reliable and delivers the high ink-flows needed for high-speed printing, with outstanding print quality from every drop. Developed by HP exclusively for HP Scitex industrial inkjet printing systems, the HP Scitex X2 Printhead brings together proven silicon-based MicroElectroMechanicalSystems (MEMS) technology utilized in the semiconductor manufacturing and innovative piezoele
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