FUJIFILM Dimatix to Feature Powerful Industrial Inkjet Printbar Innovations at TechConnect
FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc. will be showcased at the upcoming TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo, June 17-19, 2019, at Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Mass.
Highlights within FUJIFILM Dimatix booth number 103 include the Samba Mini 4300 Series Industrial Inkjet Printbar System for the development, commercial and packaging printing segments.
The Samba Mini 4300 Series Industrial Inkjet Printbar System is a compact printbar system designed to be easily integrated into most existing print equipment or manufacturing process; adding variable inkjet imprinting capabilities with unsurpassed print quality at revolutionary speeds.
On the show floor, attendees will experience the Samba Mini 4300 Series Industrial Inkjet Printbar System outputting non-aqueous silver fluid on PET film. This printbar system is an innovative application development/manufacturing tool for companies looking to jet a variety of Fujifilm or other fluids, which allows for the development of high quality in-line jetting applications, or single-pass high volume manufacturing.
Samba drop-on-demand inkjet printheads can print drops at over 100 kHz, each directed to a precise location, producing high-resolution single-pass imprints at high speed. Fujifilm’s patented RediJet recirculation system enables printbars to be quickly primed, resulting in faster print readiness time, minimal ink waste, and improved reliability. Each Silicon MEMS constructed printhead has 2,048 nozzles to deliver a native 1,200 dpi resolution with an ink drop as small as three picoliters.
“TechConnect attracts brilliant professionals from around the world, with wide-ranging knowledge across the industry, academia, and business development,” said Martin Schoeppler, president & CEO, FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc. “Our organization is eager to showcase high-performance industrial inkjet printbar innovations to all attendees.”
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