Fast firing: Vulcan Classic
The Vulcan Classic 3.2m UV roll to roll press is the latest offering in Jetmark’s stable. The Vulcan is empowered with V8 technology, printing at up to 2400dpi, with smart memory utilisation, speedy communication with advance cabling system and thermal design technology. Jetmark says it offers ESAS (Electro Static Absorber System) that absorbs static electricity from the Medias, improves productivity and ensures easy trouble-free prints.
The Classic’s fast firing heads use AIVC technology, with an aim to ensure high quality continuous printing, equipped with an advanced industrial head with great expanding capability that enormously enhance productivity and profitability. It can print at speeds of up to 91sqm/hr and is designed to be a complete solution, offering white printing, flexi layer technologies and a LED light box system. Jetmark says its CWC Option (Colour White Colour) shows Day and Night Effect without shift in colour hues. Proprietary CIPO Technology (Colorjet Intelligent Pass Optimization) is used, aiming to ensure multiple print patterns are produced as per the needs of the customer, no matter the kind of media being put to use. It also is said to offer benefits of multitasking and multithreading to speed up printing operations. Additionally, Jetmark says the Vulcan offers advanced motorised carriage height adjustment, automatic ink regulation, LED lamps, advance plasma anti-static device, high-tech vacuum system, pneumatic press rubber roller, reinforced beams, and carriage safety sensor features. The printer is also loaded with an eco-cooling system, which includes a water cooling system, maintaining printing temperature and removing media wrinkle to ensure high quality prints. At the same time, the dual-roll option enables customers to install two or more rolls one after another, helping to execute multiple jobs simultaneously and also enhancing the efficiency of the printer on smaller media.
The Vulcan is also available in a 5m wide option as well for those after ultra wide printing.
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