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Cambridge, UK, 26 March 2019:  Meteor Inkjet, the leading independent supplier of electronics and software to drive industrial inkjet printheads, further enhances its portfolio with the launch of a tiered collection of services for ink characterisation, print reliability analysis and printhead waveform development and optimisation.

Customers can now choose from an extensive menu of waveform optimisation services which includes real-time evaluation of drops in flight; process mapping of drop volume and velocity response to drive voltage and frequency; visualisation and image capture of drop and ligament formation; analysis of a fluid’s rheology; determination of printhead open time and latency; assessment of jetting reliability, fluid build-up and misting; and print reliability testing using both standard images and customer-provided application-specific images.

Matthew Pullen, Meteor’s product manager for DropWatching Systems comments, “Our new service offering fills a significant gap in the market.  Ink manufacturers and print system developers can now access Meteor’s committed team of technical specialists to optimise fluid and printhead combinations for specific application requirements and progress ink formulation efforts in a time efficient way.”

For more information, visit Meteor at AFIP in Düsseldorf, 27-28 March 2019; InPrint USA in Louisville, 9-11 April 2019; and IMI Europe Inkjet Ink Development Conference in Hamburg, 10-11 April 2019.


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About Meteor Inkjet
Meteor Inkjet Ltd ( is a leading independent supplier of industrial inkjet electronics, software, tools and services.  Working closely with all major printhead manufacturers, including Fujifilm Dimatix, Konica Minolta, Kyocera, Ricoh, Seiko Instruments, Toshiba TEC and Xaar, Meteor supplies robust, production-ready solutions to printer OEMs and print system builders world-wide.  Headquartered near Cambridge, UK, Meteor Inkjet is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Global Graphics plc.