FUJIFILM Integrated Inkjet Solutions chooses Vetaphone

Above: Unigraphica 1638.jpg – Vetaphone’s area sales manager Ahmed Türkmen with Joseph Schweiger, managing director of FUJIFILM Unigraphica AG at its plant in Ruggell, Liechtenstein

FUJIFILM Integrated Inkjet Solutions, formerly Unigraphica, is the research and development arm of the main company and, as such, requires precision technology from its sub-suppliers, for example, for surface treatment, which Vetaphone pioneered.

The Vetaphone corona technology installed at the Ruggell facility in Liechtenstein is one of the Danish manufacturer’s new VE1A-M 620 stations with four ceramic electrodes and a 2kW iCorona™ generator.  It is fitted to a FUJIFILM TransJet RS 300-520 model in Fujifilm’s showroom and demo centre. 

Fujifilm is a global technology company operating across a diverse range of industries. The inkjet integration arm of Fujifilm, FUJIFILM Integrated Inkjet Solutions, develops and integrates inkjet printing and finishing technology for a variety of industrial and security applications.  

FUJIFILM Integrated Inkjet Solutions is set apart from its competitors because it is part of an inkjet technology company, rather than an integrator that relies on third-party technology. This ensures that every integrated application benefits from in-depth expertise in core imaging technologies. Each project is led by a dedicated and knowledgeable Fujifilm team, leveraging the resources and capabilities of its global technologies.

According to Joseph Schweiger, managing director of FUJIFILM Unigraphica AG, Fujifilm’s integration team in Liechtenstein,Our approach is to assign a dedicated team to each project so that we can deliver the best possible solution for each individual situation.  We ensure smooth implementation, and across multi-sites if required.  Whatever the configuration, proof-of-concept, testing, and validation stages are built into the process to ensure streamlined implementation.”

Fujifilm uses high inkjet print resolutions and small drop sizes such as 1200 x 1200 dpi with 2 – 13 picolitres of ink and printed only 0.8mm from the material being printed. 

“Such precision warrants high precision surface treatment, which is in large part why Fujifilm chose Vetaphone for its corona technology,” added Schweiger.   

“We are very pleased with the performance of our Vetaphone corona technology,” he said, adding, “and our well-established working relationship with the company’s area sales manager, Ahmed Türkmen, makes working with Vetaphone a smooth and enjoyable experience,” he concluded.

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