Impala 3 does great work within a small floor space, extremely efficiently.

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It is a pleasure working with this user-friendly UV LED printer. Not least because the results are convincing and Impala 3 also leaves a small environmental footprint with high added value.


Why maintain multiple items of machinery and take up valuable space when a compact printer can handle virtually any task? Based on a flatbed, Impala 3 is expandable: if required, it can turn into a roll printer for flexible continuous media. Or, using the board option, it can accommodate rigid media up to four meters long, even though the print bed measures "only" 2.5×2 meters.

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Attention grabbers: neon yellow and neon pink give printed materials that sensational look. And they are


Unique swissQprint registration pins help to make optimum use of the print bed. The tandem function allows neither machine nor operator a break. And teamed with Rob, the loading and unloading robot, Impala 3 takes over unmanned shifts. These are just a few suggestions on drivers for peak efficiency that result in high value creation, based to begin with on the system's low energy and maintenance requirements.

Printer in 3D


Impala 3 loves creative expression. Thanks to cool LED curing, that can even involve delicate materials. Depending on the idea and requirements, various printing modes are available – visual and tactile 3D effects included. Yet for all its playfulness, Impala 3 always works reliably and with utmost precision.

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Tip Switch Vacuum

The underpressure-controlled vacuum system is strong but quiet.

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Board option

Flawless end-to-end printing on rigid media up to 4 metres long is a standard routine.

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Certified energy efficiency

swissQprint LED systems are all proven to be highly energy efficient (ISO 20690:2018). As an owner, you can

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Resume printing after a crash

Despite all precautions, there has been a crash, and that on the final few metres? It's not the end of the world.