Screen launches JetW3200UV wide format

Screen has finally got around to officially launching the JetW3200UV, which was shown as a prototype at last year’s Fespa show in London. It’s a mid-range flatbed that can take rigid board or paper sheets up to 3.2 x 1.6m format and up to 50mm thick, or multiple smaller sheets at once. It can print at up to 85 sqm/hr. There’s a choice of colour options: CMYK + LcLm, +LcLmWW or +WW.
The Larger Profile in the UK is the world’s first user of the Truepress Jet W3200UV, having acted as an early adopter for three months before confirming its order in November. Giorgio Damiano, designer and operator at The Larger Profile, was on hand to give an account of his company’s experience of using the printer for a variety of work, especially quality sensitive, ‘solid colours’, display and wall panels for retailers, including a lot of work on clear acrylics, for which the high opacity white ink is essential.





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