Fujifilm to highlight the benefits of its core inkjet technology at FESPA 2017

Hall B4, Stand B4L-E35

Fujifilm displayed its range of inkjet technology at Hall B4, Stand B4L-E35

At drupa 2016, Fujifilm launched the “Fujifilm Inkjet Technology” brand, which comprises a unique combination of printheads, aqueous and UV inks, and image optimization technologies, all Fujifilm owned and developed. A combination of these technologies is at the heart of many of the industry’s leading inkjet production systems, including the Jet Press 720S and Heidelberg Primefire 106 in the commercial and packaging markets, and the Onset X in the wide format market. Fujifilm is also applying these technologies in new, ground-breaking system developments of its own.

The new flatbed production system previewed at FESPA 2017 has no like-for-like equivalent on the market and will fill a much-needed gap. Built on UV technology, this B1 format device will offer ultra-high print quality and high productivity at an accessible price point. It will appeal to a broad range of printers—from commercial to industrial—and will be able to accommodate a variety of substrates, including plastics, acrylics, glass and sheet metal.

“We look forward to welcoming visitors to the Fujifilm Stand at FESPA 2017 to demonstrate how Fujifilm’s unique inkjet technology is driving the industry forward. The development of our new B1 format inkjet platform is the latest example of this technology in action and offers a clear illustration of how Fujifilm is pushing the boundaries in digital print and helping printers across all sectors of the industry to transform and future-proof their businesses,” said Steve Wood, marketing manager at Fujifilm Graphic Systems.

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