Australia-based Gulmen Digital unveils Quantum Jet 333 industrial label printer to satisfy market, application demands for quality, faster turnarounds; system leverages Colordyne's ChromaPlex LT aqueous pigment inkjet engine for short run labels, tags

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May 11, 2022 (press release) –

The new system is integrated with a ChromaPlex LT engine from Colordyne Technologies.

Gulmen Digital, a manufacturer of commercial label printing and finishing machines located in Melbourne, Australia, developed the Quantum Jet 333 industrial label printer to satisfy market and application demands for high quality and faster turnarounds. The system leverages Colordyne’s ChromaPlex LT aqueous pigment inkjet engine to offer high speed and high resolution for short-run labels and tags.

Quantum Jet 333

With 30 years of experience in the label and packaging industry, Eddie Gulmen, President and Founder of Gulmen Digital, recognized an opportunity in the market for a 13-inch (330 millimeters) printing system and found in Colordyne a technology partner that shared his vision. For Gulmen, navigating the challenges of Australia’s vast landscape and spread-out population was the key driver for developing a process color, mid-range platform that bridges the gap between high capital cost equipment and high quality performance. 

Gulmen Digital views the new high speed, high resolution and low capital cost system as a great fit for printers in the consumer products space and businesses looking to reduce costs by offloading work from their flexo presses without sacrificing the quality of the printed product. With the Quantum Jet 333, businesses can eliminate process waste and reduce the room for error that surrounds analog print production including plates, inks, material and more. 

 A Straightforward Technology 

“Inkjet is brilliant. From the computer to printing, it’s straightforward like that,” said Gulmen. “You create the artwork, place it in a folder with automated color management, set the copies and off it goes. Digital printing allows users to save on material and labor. Plus, with digital the job can be finished faster.”

Celebrating a 20-year milestone, Gulmen Digital started in the label and packaging business as a service provider and eventually moved into manufacturing and distribution of commercial printing and converting equipment. Partnering with Colordyne, Gulmen Digital identified a cost-effective way to speed up its engineering development cycle and bring a new inkjet printing solution to market quickly. The company sees a clear market for the Quantum Jet 333 today and in the future. 

Gulmen added, “the goal is to get to a point where a single person can manage a fleet of these printers. This platform will provide opportunities for further process automation to control the printer, like automatic unwind loading with turret rewinds and intelligent camera systems for fault detection and recovery.” 

By leveraging Colordyne’s ChromaPlex LT print engine, the system can consistently produce high volume jobs at 1600 x 1600 dpi print quality while running at speeds up to 150 feet (45 meters) per minute. The Quantum Jet 333 can print on various types of materials used for labeling and product identification and it’s equipped with an intuitive color touchscreen that makes it easy to operate. 

“We are happy we were able to collaborate with Gulmen Digital and its innovative approach to bring to market a successful and affordable technology,” said Taylor Buckthorpe, Director of Sales at Colordyne. “Colordyne has played a role in advancing inkjet technology, but it’s partners like Gulmen Digital that identify the fit for end users that make it exciting to continue innovating.”

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About Colordyne Technologies

Headquartered in Brookfield, WI, Colordyne Technologies is a leading manufacturer of high speed, high resolution and low capital cost UV-LED and water based inkjet print engines. They are designed for integration onto existing printing and converting equipment to create an affordable hybrid production pressColordyne Technologies recognizes the years of investments made into the people and equipment that make up a label converting press room. Colordyne’s unique retrofit approach to digital printing allows label converters to seamlessly integrate process color inkjet directly onto existing production lines at breakthrough speeds and without the loss of current press functionality. Visit for additional information.

About Gulmen Media

Headquartered in Melbourne, Victoria, Gulmen Digital is an Australian manufacturer and distributor of efficient, maintenance free digital printing and finishing solutions. Gulmen Digital is a one-stop supplier to the industry for a wide range of consumables, from paper synthetic material, laminate to ink supplies. To learn more visit

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