From this perspective, the Oryx 2 might just as well be called Jumbo. What other large format printer in the entry level class can print sheet glass up to 400 kg? Or tarpaulin rolls up to 180 kg? But the Oryx 2 is more than a capable weightlifter. First and foremost, it delivers flawless printing results. In most cases, the standard 14-picolitre droplets already generate amazement. And the Oryx 2 operating in Fine Art mode with 9-picolitre droplets even has offset aficionados nodding in appreciation.
In terms of media and applications, users have total freedom. No sweat experimenting with unusual materials. Or colours. The Oryx 2 has nine colour channels that a user can populate as needed, at the time of ordering, or later. With orange, green and violet to extend the CMYK colour space. With light colours, for more nuanced shading. Effect varnish is a popular option, while white is virtually standard.