Agfa to Demonstrates its Wide-Format Printing Versatility at drupa

Drupa 2012 is set to run May 3-16, 2012, in Düsseldorf, Germany.

MORTSEL, BELGIUM—April 13, 2012—Taking a major presence on Agfa Graphics’ stand at drupa are two options from the company’s versatile UV-curable :Jeti 3020 Titan series, demonstrating different print-head configurations and their adaptability for highly productive ink-jet printing in a multi-application environment. The :Jeti wide-format printer family is designed to handle heavy work-loads within a 24/7 work schedule, offering state-of-the-art functionality and build quality, with high resolution output.

The :Jeti 3020 Titan is being shown in two versions to signify how its modularity makes it an easily configurable unit for display producers and PSPs. As a 36 head configuration the machine will be running CMYK plus highly opaque white ink, showing pre- and post-printing options as well as spot white. In its 48 head version the system is configured with eight sets of CMYKLcLm ink for optimum productivity and quality in both rigid and roll-fed modes.

Productivity, reliability and durability are key components to the :Jeti Titan 3020 which has a maximum print area of 3.2x2m in its flat-bed configuration, and the ability to be modified to handle heavy-duty rolls of material with its FTR (flat-to-roll) option. The bed design and construction makes it easy to load and unload media, with the :Jeti 3020 Titan being able to start printing from the rear or front position. It prints at the same high speeds for roll-to-roll and rigid materials, which makes it the most versatile wide-format printing solution on the market.

The unique moving table principle results in extremely high precision dot positioning, which enables even the trickiest of applications, including lenticular printing, to be produced flawlessly. This accuracy incorporates enhancement features that have been implemented in the software, such as gradient masking and nozzle redundancy, and which result in the best quality results even at the highest throughput speeds.

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