The Turbojet is the latest in Scitex Vision’s range of wide-format inkjet printers and has been specifically developed to meet the exacting requirements of the display and large format sector. The company says image quality, wide colour gamut, high print speed and low printing costs are among the Scitex Vision Turbojet’s advantages.
The Scitex Vision Turbojet’s ability to produce up to 400sqm an hour, which the company says is the equivalent of 140 Citylight posters an hour, makes it the fastest wide-format digital system on the market. Text point sizes can be as small as eight point. Aimed at display quality applications, indoor and outdoor signage, bus shelters and billboards, as well as window and exhibition graphics, the Scitex Vision Turbojet prints from roll to sheet (up to 1.63×3.66m) with a resolution of up to 448dpi.
Turbojet is capable of printing on an extensive range of substrates from coated and uncoated paper, vinyl, banner, canvas, and polystyrene.
Scitex Vision also launched the GOjet a new four-colour, three metre, cost effective machine. Designed for both large and small scale printing houses and sign shops that specialise in outdoor super-wide format applications, the GOjet is for billboards, banners and wall mural production.
Software accepts different file formats and input resolutions, and incorporates the Onyx PosterShop rip. The GOjet is a closed system, ensuring a clean area for the self-cleaning print heads to deliver high quality results. The system can reach print speeds of 65sqm.
As with all of Scitex Vision’s systems, the GOjet has a dedicated ink series – GO100 Supreme, which offers customers versatility according to their needs and applications. The GOjet is a multi-roll system enabling printers to save time by imaging on two rolls simultaneously, even while using narrow media. The ‘Skip White’ function also enhances productivity by shortening the print time of images that include a large white area, an important feature when printing huge banners and backdrops.
The GOjet prints at up to 370x370dpi on substrates such as canvas, mesh, vinyl, fabrics, and paper.
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