FUJIFILM Debuting Innovative Inkjet Solutions at PRINTING United
FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division to showcase an impressive line-up of new and innovative inkjet solutions at PRINTING United, October 23 – 25, 2019, in booth 8220 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, in Dallas, Texas.
Industry-leading inkjet technology in Fujifilm booth 8220 will include:
J Press 750S
Awarded SGIA Product of the Year 2019 – Digital Press, the new J Press 750S addresses today’s print market’s challenges with shorter run lengths, increased variable data work and immediate turn around expectations. The J Press 750S is the fastest full-color B2 production digital inkjet press on the market. Additionally, Idealliance recently announced the J Press 750S obtained the Digital Press Inkjet System Certification and ISO/PAS 15339 System Certification; and raised the bar in earning Master Elite status capable of achieving all seven of the globally recognized ISO/PAS 15339 Reference Print Conditions. “Fujifilm’s J Press 750S is one of only two presses to ever reach this level of certification achievement; the other is Fujifilm’s J Press 720S,” said Ed Pierce, product marketing manager, FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division. Offering press speeds of 3,600 sheets per hour, for both static and variable jobs, and featuring a larger sheet size of 23” x 29.5” and better than offset quality, the J Press 750S has become a print provider’s solution.
OnsetX3 HS with ¾ automation – making its global debut at PRINTING United
Today’s retail segment print providers are experiencing the “need for speed” expectations. The Inca OnsetX3 HS, the world’s fastest high-quality flatbed printer, capable of printing in excess of 15,500 square feet per hour (283 beds/hour) is the retail segment solution. Its three sets of CMYK ink channels plus the choice of white or orange, allows print businesses and entrepreneurs the capacity, capability and flexibility to grow market share and confidently move into new segments. The powerful and market-leading OnsetX flatbed series now includes a range of enhancements that result in much higher print speeds and machine utilization, and therefore higher productivity. Compatible with Inca’s range of application specific robotic handling systems, and incorporating ‘30 second’ job set up and ‘single cycle’ printing mode, the new HS range is set to deliver another ‘step change’ in high volume wide format inkjet printing – something Inca Digital and Fujifilm have become renowned for over the years. Combined with Fujifilm’s Uvijet OX ink, the OnsetX HS creates competitive advantage for Fujifilm’s customers.
Print service providers seeking a cost-effective high-speed superwide UV roll-to-roll printer with near photographic quality have been highly engaged with the Acuity Ultra. Available in 126” (3.2 m) and 197” (5 m) width models, it delivers impressive output for luxury brands, optimizing profitability for applications where high-impact, near-photographic quality is required. With a 3.5 pl drop size ensuring the highest possible quality, the superwide format Acuity Ultra’s substantial size, multi-roll potential and impressive speed allows print service providers the ability to profitably create exhibition graphics, point-of-purchase displays, high-value graphic art, indoor backlit displays and more. With the introduction of the 2x (double) CMYK models of the Acuity Ultra for maximum output speeds, Out-of-Home applications with longer viewing distances can be produced at remarkable volumes.
Acuity LED 40 Series
The Acuity series created the flatbed inkjet category, and Fujifilm’s dedication to enhancing quality and flexibility continues with the new Acuity LED 40 Series. With instant-on LED curing and production capacity speeds up to 538 square feet per hour, the Acuity LED 40 Series of mid-volume UV flatbed printers are an innovative solution for customers in the sign and display graphics industry, offering superior print quality and application versatility with rigid or flexible substrates. With up to eight color channels, including the options of white, clear, and light inks, the Acuity LED 40 Series offers the versatility of printing high-quality jobs, as well as creative applications, enabling increased profits. The ability to print on rigid, flexible and even roll substrates gives print providers additional opportunities to expand their client base.
ColorPath SYNC Brand Color Optimizer
One of the most accurate solutions on the market to manage color across multiple platforms, Fujifilm’s ColorPath SYNC allows print service providers to quickly determine if the desired brand color is accurate and if it’s in or out of gamut for a particular print condition.
On Wednesday, October 23, at 3 pm, Fujifilm will be hosting two presentations within the PRINTING United Educational Sessions Series.
“Elevating Your Applications to a Higher Profit,” featuring Becky McConnell, segment marketing manager, wide format inkjet, in Room C140.
“How to Grow Your Business – Profitably?” presented by Skip Powers, senior advisor, in Room C144.
BRAND United University
Fujifilm is proud to support BRAND United University, part of the Digital Printing for Professionals event, co-located with PRINTING United. Digital Printing for Professionals is a two-day, comprehensive curriculum at which attendees will earn a Course Completion Certificate. Powered by SGIA and BRAND United, Digital Printing for Professionals is designed specifically for marketers, agencies, designers and print buyers looking to accelerate their understanding of the power of digital print.
“Fujifilm is excited to share with this broader group of attendees the impressive technology of our innovative inkjet solutions,” says Gregory Pas, director of product marketing, FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division. “As a Diamond Sponsor of PRINTING United, my colleagues and I are thrilled to be part of this inaugural event.”
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