Piezo Drop On Demand digital printing


Domino K-series printers use piezo DOD technology using aqueous and/or UV inks. Drops of these inks create high-resolution text, barcodes, graphics and variable data on a wide range of coated and uncoated media, plastic cards and labels.

How does DOD technology work?

The print heads of these printers contain a series of chambers filled with ink. Applying electrical voltage to the walls of these chambers causes distortion and twisting of the walls outwards. The distortion causes the ink pressure to drop, pulling it into the chamber. By cutting off the power supply, the walls return to their initial positions, and ink droplets are ejected through the selected print nozzle.

The method used to generate the pressure pulse creates a subcategory within DOD, called thermal and piezoelectric.

Key benefits:

  • Productivity - works at speeds of up to 150 m/min at a print resolution of 300 dpi,
  • Superior print quality is achieved through 500 dpi printing resolutions up to 1200 dpi,
  • Reliability - a small number of moving parts reduces interventions and reduces the number of downtimes,
  • Flexibility - enables instant personalization of product packaging,
  • Contactless printing ensures the protection of the packaging.

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