Fujifilm Corporation has taken the wraps off its sheet-fed digital inkjet Jet Press 750S high speed model at virtual.drupa, with output speeds of 5,400 B2 sheets per hour.
The company said in addition to all the benefits offered by its ultra-high image quality, colour consistency certified by Idealiance, and more than 90 per cent up-time, this new model retains all the features of the current Jet Press 750S for commercial and folding carton package printing applications.
“Fujifilm is dedicated to the continued development of innovative products for the digital printing market,” Fujifilm North America Corporation graphic systems division president Tommy Katagiri said.
“We are very proud to have introduced the world’s first B2 inkjet press with the launch of the original Jet Press. Since then, we’ve continued to listen to, and focus on our customers’ needs. The differentiated features of this enhanced Jet Press deliver the solutions that will help them continue to produce top quality printed materials, quicker and with even more efficiency.”
Some features of the Jet Press 750S high speed model include:
- High image quality that outperforms offset printing: Utilising advanced ultra-high-density and high-precision “SAMBA” printheads and aqueous pigment “VIVIDIA” ink, the Jet Press 750S High Speed Model is able to produce ultra-high quality print equal to or even better than offset.
- High-speed output of 5,400 sheets per hour: The Jet Press 750S high speed model has higher productivity – 1.5x faster than that of the current Jet Press 750S.
- Flexible modes to increase efficiency: Depending on the type of job being run, high quality mode (3,600sph) and high performance mode (5,400sph) can be switched for maximum flexibility.
- Improved total cost of ownership: The high speed model makes it possible to transfer a wider range of offset jobs to digital, reducing the total cost of ownership.
- Ease of upgrading: On-site upgrade is available for new and current Jet Press 750S owners.
At virtual.drupa, Fujifilm also showcased a new processless thermal CTP plate, Superia ZX, offering significant improvements in printability (faster output, higher durability and improved robust scratch resistance) resulting from the addition of next-generation technologies.
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