Sign & Digital Graphics

November '17

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70 • November 2017 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 7 Product Review NEW ECO-SOLVENT AND UV PRINTERS Paradigm Imaging Group, Costa Mesa, California, introduces PIXis, a new line of wide-format printers that includes the PIXis ES Eco-Solvent roll printer series as well as the PIXis UV flatbed printer series. The PIXis ES series combines the latest dual- printhead technology from Epson with innovative design ele- ments and super solid construction. Producing stunningly vivid images at a very low production cost, the PIXis ES will surpass your highest ROI expectations. The PIXis UV series of flatbed printers delivers the most advanced printing technology with stronger, faster and more powerful LED curing system. The long lasting, energy efficient UV-LED lamp generates low levels of heat for printing directly on a wide range of surfaces and three- dimensional objects. The PIXis ES eco-solvent printers are avail- able in 71" and 126" widths; and the PIXis UV flatbed printers are avalable in 48" x 96" and 72" x 120" table sizes. For information, visit See our ad on page 43 UV-CURING PRINT AND CUT DEVICES Mimaki USA, Suwanee, Georgia, introduces the new UCJV Series UV print-and-cut devices, the world's only 64" UV-LED printer/cutter series featuring four- layer printing, inline cutting capability and white ink. The UCJV Series is available in two models: the four-color UCJV150-160, and the UCJV300-160 that can accommodate up to seven ink colors. Each can produce a wide variety of print-and-cut applica- tions offered by many signage, commercial and packaging print service providers. Four-layer printing, for example (color, white, black, white, color) available on the UCJV300-160 model offers an enhanced print capability for backlit applications. The integrated cut functionality enables volume production of labels, decals, win- dow clings, floor graphics, POP displays and more in a single unit. The UCJV Series printers will ship with updated RasterLink6 Plus software. For information, visit See our ad on page 9 NEXT-GENERATION DYE-SUB TEXTILE PRINTER Epson America, Long Beach, California, introduces the 64" SureColor F9370, Epson's newest wide- format dye-sublimation transfer printer designed to deliver high-speed reliable productivity for a range of polyester textile and apparel applica- tions. The unit offers production speeds up to 1,169 square feet per hour and features a new integrated fabric wiping system coupled with a highly accu- rate roll-to-roll media support system to handle economical lightweight transfer papers. The SureColor F9370 leverages dual PrecisionCore TFP printheads, and Epson's latest dye-sublimation ink technology—Epson UltraChrome DS with High-Density Black— for exceptional color saturation and high contrast. The SureColor F9370 replaces the SureColor F9200 to join Epson's complete line of SureColor F-Series printers. For infor- mation, visit www. com. FLEXIBLE AND POWERFUL INKJET PRESS FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division, Hanover Park, Illinois, introduces the Inca SpyderX, a flexible and powerful flatbed and roll-to-roll UV inkjet press that pro- duces a wide variety of output. Using the Fujifilm Uvijet XS ink system developed specifically for the SpyderX, it delivers pro- duction speeds up to 2,476 square feet per hour with pinpoint accuracy. The unit employs Dimatix printheads and Uvijet inks, offers a robust 126" width, and is available as either a flatbed or a combination flatbed/roll-fed model, for handling rigid and flex- ible substrates, including PVC sheets, foam board, corrugated, polystyrene, window cling, wallpaper and banner material. The SpyderX standard configuration also includes two white ink chan- nels. The addition of white ink allows for printing on clear and dark substrates, as well as layered printing over or under an image, or it can be used as a spot color. For more information, visit www., or to learn more about Inca Digital, visit www.

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