Agfa launches Jeti 1224 UV HDC inkjet printer

The flatbed inkjet machine can print at a throughput of up to 110sqm in express mode, 54sqm in production mode, and 36sqm in quality operation.

According to the manufacturer, the printer is being pitched at the production of point-of-sale displays, backlit signs, lenticular displays and high-resolution banners.

It is also suitable for printing onto substrates such as ceramic tiles and wood. The Jeti 1224 can print onto materials up to 508mm thick and weighing up to 113kg.

Featuring four colours and white as a standard configuration, the Jeti 1224 can print at resolutions of up to 1,200dpi. It also features Agfa’s Anuvia HD ink technology, which drives the Ricoh Gen 4 variable grayscale printheads.

Richard Barham, vice president of inkjet at Agfa Graphics, said: “The new Anuvia HD ink on the Jeti 1224 UV HDC system provides a higher yield and wider color gamut to help our customers increase their profit margins, produce output with vibrant color, and provide the lowest ink consumption in its class.”

The launch makes good on Agfa Oceania’s claim earlier this year that its acquisition of Gandi would help the vendor increase its presence in the wide format market.

The Jeti range will be on show on Agfa’s stand at next month’s Ipex event in Birmingham.

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