Agfa upgrades Jeti 1224 after ‘successful Visual Impact launch’

“We have combined flatbed functionality with the versatility of a dedicated roll-fed unit in a single system, to eliminate the compromises often found in hybrid UV-curable machines,” said Agfa inkjet systems vice president Richard Barham. “Adding this feature gives the market a cost-effective solution in one engine.”

Agfa Oceania inkjet manager Steve Taylor said: “Agfa launched the Jeti 1224 HDC succesfully at the recent Visual Impact show.

“Following this event, we are confident there will soon be several installations of this device in Australia and New Zealand.”

The 2.4×1.2m flatbed machine can handle reels up to 2.4m-wide with a maximum reel weight of 113kg, and combines a resolution of 1,200dpi with a maximum throughput just shy of 100sqm per hour.

It also supports inline opaque white and varnishing, with a choice of gloss effects.

In addition to standard rigid and flexible substrates – including wood, foam, composite, corrugated, canvas, vinyl, polyester film, paper and fabric – the machine can also handle ceramics, glass and lenticular screens.

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