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    I must say that your service is absolutely exceptional and I have recommended your company and products to several friends today; all are serious "printer" people.I retired last year and my friends are all into, or are still working in the photo industry. Sincerely,Gerhard


    Dear, just to let you know than i realy appreciate your costumer service.
    Thank you


    Just a Thank you and all the best


    Ce message est simplement pour vous dire que j'ai bien reçu la commande XXXXXX et que je suis très satisfait de la rapidité de la livraison et aussi de la qualité de l'encre. C'est la première fois que j'utilise de l'encre "autre que l'originale" et pour le moment je suis très satisfait. Soyez certain que je vais vous référez à mes amis et collègues de travail et c'est certain que je vais commander à nouveau de chez vous. Merci beaucoup.


    Je veux seulement vous dire un gros merci pour la rapidité avec lequel vous avez traité ma demande et aussi pour le petit extra en papier photos,c'est très apprécié.



    I received my order, thank you for your great customer service..



    It is not often people write emails or letters of praise but consider this one of the rare ones!
    I must say, ordering your product was about the easiest imaginable. Coupled with the fact that it arrived here basically “next day” I am thoroughly happy. To tell you the truth, I was expecting to have to go pay full retail for one black cartridge thinking that your’s would take at least a week to arrive but I was wrong, the order arrived before I could even go out to get one!
    Congrats people, I WILL tell all my friends and neighbours about you!

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Xennia pioneers use of composite materials in inkjet systems

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Xennia, the world’s leading industrial inkjet solutions provider, is demonstrating the concept of using advanced composite materials in the latest design of inkjet printing systems on its stand at IPEX.

"We are using IPEX to show the promise of composite materials for the design and manufacture of inkjet printing systems," said Dr Alan Hudd, Xennia’s Managing Director, "the use of composites as structural elements of our inkjet modules will lead to large benefits to our customers in the future.  Our composite module concept will lead to much lower build and operating costs for inkjet systems: the lighter modules enable lower cost motion components to be used and lead to a significant reduction in energy consumption. This initiative is an important part of our strategy of introducing technology to help industry transform their inkjet ideas into production reality, increasing productivity, efficiency and reliability, while lowering costs and environmental impact."

"Composite materials promise significant performance improvements for inkjet printing systems," commented Dr James Fox, Xennia’s Chief Technologist. "We are working with a subsidiary of our parent company, TenCate Advanced Composites (a world leading composite materials supplier for high end aerospace and satellite applications) to introduce Formula 1 technology with the same discipline of structural strength combined with lightness that is the motorsport mantra. Application of this technology to inkjet printing systems promises similar benefits, with structural rigidity, mechanical stability over a wide temperature range and lightness. This leads to much enhanced printing performance, with improved printing accuracy and consistency from a higher degree of droplet control, combined with reduced energy consumption."

Xennia’s stand at IPEX includes a concept display of its XenJet inkjet modules including the use of advanced composite materials as structural elements, introducing much improved stiffness and reduced weight into pivotal components of the printing system.


Hewlett-Packard adds defendant to patent suit

PALO ALTO, Calif. — Hewlett-Packard Co., the world’s largest PC maker, said it added a new defendant to an existing federal lawsuit over inkjet printer cartridge patent infringement and sale of products incorporating stolen components.

HP said late Thursday it is now also suing Asia Pacific Microsystems Inc., an affiliated company of UMC Group, both of which are based in Taiwan.

HP said it is adding one of its subsidiaries, Hewlett-Packard Development Co., as a plaintiff in the case. It is also making the same changes to the case before the U.S. International Trade Commission.

The PC maker filed the original lawsuit in March against MicroJet Technology Co., Mipo Technology Ltd., Mipo Science & Technology Co. and its America-based operations, SinoTime Technologies Inc. and PTC Holdings Ltd. saying the companies infringe on inkjet cartridge patents.

Shares of HP added 38 cents to $46.33 in afternoon trading.