Fujifilm today announces that it will use InPrint 2017 in Munich, Germany, to showcase a range of FUJIFILM Inkjet Technology solutions for the industrial print market. Products to be featured on the stand include SAMBATM piezo-electric printheads, proprietary UV, aqueous and hybrid inks as well as world-class software and systems integration expertise that have led to Fujifilm fast becoming the supplier of choice for manufacturing partners and innovators right across the industry.
The stand will host a number of live demonstrations across the three days of the show. These will include a high speed roll-to-roll purpose-built test platform producing variable data prints using the Fujifilm SAMBATM mini 4300 print system with LED inks. There will also be a static presentation of the larger SAMBATM 42000 Printbar with animated application video. The demonstrations will highlight how Fujifilm inkjet technologies can be fully integrated for high performance, high productivity industrial and packaging applications to produce outstanding results.
To further demonstrate Fujifilm’s technology in action, live demonstrations of the new Fujifilm Acuity B1 sheet fed UV inkjet printer, first showcased at FESPA earlier in the year, will take place on the stand. Being demonstrated again as a technology preview, the Acuity B1 has linear architecture combined with a scalable modular design to allow for the incorporation of additional pre or post-coating equipment, making it ideal for demanding industrial applications. At the heart of the Acuity B1 are Fujifilm printhead and UV ink technologies which provide an unmatched ability to deliver fast, high quality print across a wide range of materials, with the printer being equiped with full head array scanning and LED pinning. The Acuity B1 is ideal for companies looking to integrate inkjet technology into their manufacturing processes.
Bailey Smith, Senior Director of Business Development at Fujifilm Dimatix, comments: “On the stand this year, Fujifilm is focussed on showcasing print systems using world-class Fujifilm printheads, inks and inkjet competance. These products are transforming businesses in the industrial and packaging markets today.” He adds: “Fujifilm is pleased to be back in Munich - we recognise the region‘s importance to the German manufacturing sector and look forward to demonstrating how businesses can benefit from integrating Fujifilm’s inkjet technologies into their manufacturing processes.”