Sign & Digital Graphics

December '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • December 2017 • 73 PACKAGING PRINTER WITH WATER TECHNOLOGY Durst US, Rochester, New York, announces the U.S. debut of the Delta WT 250 digital flatbed printer, designed for packaging and display printing that employs the company's Durst Water Technology. The system prints from flexo quality up to superb litho quality with odorless ink. Durst Water Technology is highly suited for a range of corrugated packaging and display applications—the Durst WT Inks employed comply with even the strictest health and safety regulations. In addition, the Delta WT 250 system is equipped with recirculating Durst Quadro Array printheads. This additional recirculation behind the nozzleplate of the printhead ensures open time and reliability. The Delta WT 250 prints with maximum six colors (CMYK plus optional LcLm) on small sheet sizes from min. 12" x 17" up to very large boards up to 98" x 126" in size. For more information, visit HIGH PERFORMANCE AUTOMATIC X/Y CUTTER Colex Finishing, Elmwood Park, New Jersey, presents the Fotoba XLD-320HS high performance X/Y automatic cutter, a roll-to- sheet that can handle materials up to 130" wide. A single cutter is capable of handling the output of several printers, the company says. The cutter uses FOTOBA CUTMARKS to follow the edge of the image. Regardless of any feed misalignment, the XL Cutter will automatically realign itself to the edge of the printed image. The XL cutter will always produce square finished images even if the printer fails to print parallel to the media edge or if the printer fails to wind up the rolls squarely (telescoping). The unit can cut up to 50 linear feet per minute, and features single 8mm double or adjustable double vertical slitters. For more infor- mation, visit HIGH-QUALITY, SHORT-RUN SOLUTION Fujifilm North America, Hanover Park, Illinois, presents the Onset M from Inca Digital, a new B1-format (27.8" x 39.4") inkjet printer specifically developed to offer a high quality, short run solution for the offset, screen and industrial print markets. The productiv- ity and quality of the new scalable platform gives printers the ability to take lower volume work off their commercial presses and increase overall productivity. This popular format size also allows printers to open up new revenue streams by delivering cost-effective short run jobs. For more information, visit www. FLATBED WITH POWERFUL FEATURES EFI, Fremont, California, introduces the Pro 24f LED flatbed printer, designed to give signage and graphics providers a sharp competitive edge. It contains powerful features, including EFI's LED and variable drop grayscale printhead technology. The printer, which has a 4' x 8' bed, prints in four colors plus white ink standard and is ideal for signage, photographic backlit displays, art reproductions, membrane switches, graphic overlays and more. The unit can print onto substrates up to 2" thick, and offers efficient hold-down with a multi-zone vacuum system eliminates masking while ensuring accurate registration. EFI's "cool cure" LED technology ensures low power consumption, minimal waste and compatibility with thinner and heat-sensitive substrates. In addition, an EFI Fiery proServer Core DFE built into the printer features FAST RIP acceleration technology plus a host of color management and production options delivering a turnkey solution. For more information, visit www. RELIABLE HIGH-SPEED CUTTER CET Color, Atlanta, Georgia, now offers the Andes Cutter, a reli- able high-speed X/Y flatbed cutter with a 5' x 10' work area. This precision cutter will also cut wasted time increase profits, the company says. The unit offers a conveyor system for ease of material removal and increased productivity, a vision registration and camera system, custom con- figuration options, several tools to choose from, six vacuum zones, an LCD touchscreen. In addition the Andes Cutter offers a maximum cutting speed of 47" per second, a multifunc- tional head, an can cut pieces with a thickness up to 2.36". Router tool included. For more information, visit SDG

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