Jet Technologies will soon be hosting a Digital Innovations session at its Sydney demonstration centre, with the Screen L350UV SAI S taking centre stage.
The open-house event is for prospective and existing customers, supply partners and media but numbers will be capped to meet COVID guidelines, so registration is a must.
“Jet Technologies has commissioned the newest model of the highly successful L350UV family at its Rosebery demo centre and we are ready to showcase it our customers,” the company said, in a statement.
The L350UV SAI S aims to bring a new level of productivity to the market, in terms of both full colour as well as high-opacity white print.
According to Screen and Jet Technologies, productivity with the L350UV SAI S has jumped by 20 per cent in colour printing from the past model (regardless of number of colours, repeat or otherwise) and 67 per cent with its highest opacity white – going from 30m/min to 50m/min in all instances.
The addition of orange and blue to the current configuration, along with CGS colour matching using CxF data, enables printers to achieve an extremely wide range of the colour gamut, with extremely high levels of repeatability. The extra colours also provide a noticeable ink saving.
The L350UV SAI S is also able to print on an extremely wide range of local and imported materials.
The companies mentioned that the current installations in Australia and New Zealand report uptime in the range of 92 to 97 per cent, including the oldest installations that are approaching five years.
“With productivity improvements of between 20 to 67 per cent on the previous model, the SAI will absolutely chew through the most complex print jobs,” Jet Technologies said.
“Additional colours ensure the highest colour gamut is achieved and a major software redesign makes this a dream for operators to run.”
Screen GP managing director Peter Scott said the arrival of the latest Truepress Jet L350UV SAI as a working demonstration model at Jet Technologies is a milestone in support for the A/NZ labels industry.
“Many flexo printers are looking into digital but are confused by the choices – inkjet, dry toner, liquid toner and so forth,” he said.
“In having a fully-specified working model here, with easy access away from perhaps competitor scrutiny, Jet Technologies has taken a bold and welcome step in a first for the industry. Customers can also run actual jobs, instead of ‘canned demos’ and asses the results in a real-world environment.”
The Digital Innovations session at its Sydney demonstration centre is expected to run on 19 March, between 11.30am and 2.30pm.