Screen goes both wide and narrow with drupa launches
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By News Desk
4 May 2012
The Truepress Jet W1632UV ink-jet printer is especially suitable for POP applications thanks to its 1,200dpi resolution, says Screen
Two machines from Screen have made their international debut at drupa: the wide-format flat-bed Truepress Jet W1632UV for signage applications, and the Truepress Jet L350UV UV ink-jet label printing system.
The wide-format Truepress Jet W1632UV12 uses twelve-picolitre micro-droplet print-heads for 'razor-sharp' 1,200dpi resolution text, and can achieve throughput speeds of 94sq m/hr on media up to 1,600 x 3,200mm in size and 48mm thick. It also supports light cyan and light magenta ink, Screen adds.
"The Truepress Jet W1632UV offers the optimum blend of productivity, quality and ROI demanded from the sign and display print market," says Kees Mulder, president, Screen Europe.
For the label industry, Screen's Truepress Jet L350UV offers single-pass imaging at up to 50m/m on media widths of up to 322mm and 350mm respectively, achieving productivity of 16.1sq m/min. It supports white ink to print on transparent film and metallic foil, and features print-heads with a minimum droplet size of three and an automatic cleaning function.
"The Truepress Jet L350UV provides Screen with an outstanding offering for the label printing industry," adds Mulder.
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