The PacPrint 2017 is less than a week away and here are some of the updates related to types of printers to be exhibited and which are important to know for the industry people and those who are thinking of buying a printer either for home or office.
Fujifilm will debut a new 3.2 metre LED printer at the four-day event scheduled to open on May 23 at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Acuity LED 3200R 3.2 metre UV wide format is learned to be showcasing next to Acuity LED 1600, a 1.6 metre sibling which was the first LED curing from the stable of Fujifilm.
Fujifilm Graphic Systems Division Manager Warren Hinder said as the new printer is low-energy LED method of curing it will be using a new type of Uvijet ink.
Canon will be showcasing its unique UVGel technology called as colorado 1640 at the event and is learned it is a high-speed roll to roll printing that lowers the cost of operation and ownership too. It is capable of operating in a low-temperature environment and comes with wide color gamut. It has no color and features instant dry.
The Epson’s stand will be showcasing a universal printing solution for low as well as medium volumes. It’s F-2000 DTG Printer plus Stahls Heat Press is learned to be coming with a pre-treatment system that is dubbed as SpraJet to offer high-quality printing.
The Stand E30 will be interesting to industry people who are into outdoor campaign division. Oppboga Outdoor Board has come up with a paper-based board that can withstand weather and the film-laminated material can be recycled too. The board contains a high percentage of already recycled fibre. It is FSC certified.
There will be dozens of more types of printers showcasing at the PacPrint 2017 event between May 23 and 26.