Impressa IP60 Digital Photo Printer – Print High Quality Photos of All Sizes in Seconds
Print 2x6, 4x6, 6x6, 6x8, 6x9, 6x12, all the way up to 6x24 with IP60. Media options include premium glossy, luster, and luster repositionable adhesive backing photo paper.
The Fastest & Highest Quality Photo Printing
The latest revolution in full-colour digital photo printing is here: Impressa® IP60 Digital Photo Printer! This professional-grade printer was designed specifically for applications including:
- photo booths and event photography
- photo studios
- cruise ships
- tourist attractions
- holiday photos
- amusement parks
- family entertainment centres
- location-based entertainment venues such as zip lines and ATV rides
- night clubs and bars
- retail photo finishing and more.
▶ Fastest Printing: 4 x 6 (101.6 x 152.4 mm) photos print in just 7 seconds each, 2 x 6 (50.8 x 152.4 mm) photo strips print in just 3.5 seconds each. That’s the fastest you’ll get from any photo printer on the market. And unlike dye-sub printers, you can save time and money by printing single 2 x 6 (50.8 x 152.4 mm) photo strips. (Photo of stop watch at 7 seconds).
▶ Low Cost Per Print: 4 x 6 (101.6 x 152.4 mm) photos, including ink and paper, are about 0.12 € each. A single 2 x 6 (50.8 x 152.4 mm) is just 0.06 € each.
▶ Highest Print Resolution: Print up to 1200 x 4800 dpi. Similarly priced dye-sublimation printers print at 300 dpi, while far more expensive models are still just 600 dpi
▶ Lightweight and Easy to Transport: The entire printer weight is only 3.6 kg (8 lbs).
▶ Widest Range of Substrates: Glossy, luster, re-positionable adhesive paper as well as postcard metallic and magnetic materials – lots of new choices that don’t work on dye-sublimation printers and probably never will.
▶ Most Versatile: Print any length without changing out supplies. This allows you to maximise your profits by offering larger print sizes. You can print photos with a length up to 24″ (609.6 mm).
▶ Easy to Load: It doesn’t get much faster and easier than dropping in your photo paper roll and snapping in an ink cartridge. Gone are the days of messing with unruly ribbons.