Revolutionary UV LED inkjet printer
Designed to meet the demands of high volume operations
Azon Mason is the new generation of Azons UV LED machines which accommodate a wide range of materials like PET, ABS, polycarbonate, TPU, wood, stone, glass, canvas, ceramic, leather and other soft materials on printable surface 590 x750 mm. It can print up to 100 mm height. Designed to meet demands of high volume operations, Azon Mason is ideal for printing fine details on flat and slightly curved surfaces. Azon Mason technology delivers photo- image quality in all print models thanks to its resolution of 2880 dpi. Outstanding durability of UV LED pigmented inks are securing rich special effects created by 3-dimensional layers of gloss ink.
New vibrant and colourful UV turbojet inks
To meet customers’ business requirements, ink configuration comes in two options: CMYK+ 4x White or CYMK+2x White + 2x Gloss. New UV TurboJet inks which are available only for the new Azon Mason are improving the quality of print and prolong the lifetime of the print head. Vibrant and colorful prints can be expected on any type of material: stone, glass, wood, plastic, and canvas regardless for indoor or outdoor use. The versatility of white ink as a base for high-density CMYK layer delivers unusual and creative textures on all materials.
Advanced Azon RIP software for unique special effects
Azonprinter launched the perfect fit, so far a complete full-featured Azon RIP software and it is offering different features, tools, and add-ons. Printing up to 5 layers in inline mode depending on resolution, fading and changing the number of used nozzles, creating emboss or raised print allows customers to print any ADA- compliant and Braille script standard requested. Azon RIP software decreases needs for Illustrator, CorelDraw, Photoshop and so much more. The software allows users to instantly choose the proper settings for their most popular applications which dramatically increase the printer’s productivity and overall performance.
Sophisticated bulk-ink system
Azonprinter incorporated six specially designed bulk ink tanks with monitoring sensors which are built to meet the demands of high volume operations and named it Azon CONTI. Each tank holds 500 ml of ink which is extremely easy to handle and remove. New ink recirculation agitate white ink from and provides more consistent white layer. As a result, ink tanks can be refilled from ink bottles during operations, ink waste is minimized and you can print continuously without interruptions.
Stability and reliability
Unlike the previous generation printers with the belt system, this machine has implemented servo motor and lead screw system, enabling the feed movement of the printed object with maximum accuracy. Azon Mason is combining more superior
laser auto heights sensor adjustment which starts to adjust the position by moving the flat table back and forth until its surface reaches the height most suitable for operation. The high accuracy electronics improve and secure stability during the whole time of operating on Azon Mason.
Piezo ink-jet method
Width: Maximum 640 mm (24.8 in.)
Lenght: Maximum 1200 mm (47.2 in.)
Thickness: Maximum 100 mm (4 in.)
Weight: Maximum 9 kg (20 lbs.)
Maximum printing size (WxD)
Maximum 590 mm x 750 mm (23.2 x 27.6 in.)
Color: C, M, Y, K, W and G
Ink: Azon UV Inks – sealed, degassed bottles
Type: UV 500 cc bottles
Print Resolution (dpi)
Maximum 2,880 dpi
Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, automatic switching)
AC 110 V +-10%, 1.05 A (50/60Hz)
During operation: Approximately 264 W
During standby: Approximately 60.5 W
Printer dimensions (WxDxH)
1350 mm x 1250 mm x 820 mm (53.1 x 49.2 x 32.3 in.)
230 kg (507 lbs.)
Requested Environment – During operation
Temperature: 20°C ~ 30°C (68°C to 86°F), (22°C / 72°F is recommended)
Humidity: Humidity: 45% ~ 80% RH (no condensation)
Requested Environment – Not operating
Temperature: 40°C ~ 30°C (64.4°F ~ 104 °F)
Humidity: Humidity: 20% ~ 80% RH (no condensation)
Requested Environment – Dust level
General office level
Power cord, Ethernet cable, User documentation