Agfa to launch LED Jeti Tauro

Agfa will be bringing an LED version of its Jeti Tauro wide format printer to next week’s Fespa show. Agfa has been steadily updating its printers to use LED curing so it’s hardly a surprise.

Agfa will launch an LED version of this Jeti Tauro H2500 hybrid printer.

The Jeti Tauro H2500 LED is a 2.5m wide hybrid UV inkjet printer with an integrated roll-to-roll system. It can handle a wide range of flexible and rigid media, including several types of corrugated board. 

Reinhilde Alaert, Product Manager, Agfa Graphics. “LEDs have minimal heat output, for example, which allows for printing on thin heat sensitive media such as styrene sheets and rolls. They also ensure very stable bi-directional calibration and higher system up times (no warming up or cooling down time) on top of the significant power savings. All of that has a positive effect on the ROI of the system.”

Agfa will show off several other LED-curing printers, including the Jeti Ceres RTR3200 LED, the Jeti Mira 2732 HS LED and the Anapura H3200i LED. Agfa will also launch a new textile printer, the Avinci DX3200 and will demonstrate its Asanti workflow.




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