Tag: Wide format

  • SwissQprint shows fourth generation flatbeds

    SwissQprint has introduced upgraded versions of its flatbed printers, the fourth generation for the Oryx, Impala and Nyala, boasting new printheads and advanced mechanical features. 

  • Onset X flatbeds gain Dual Flex robotics

    Fujifilm and Inca Digital have added new robotic systems to its existing automated loading and unloading options to the Onset X HS large format flatbed printer, which is built by Inca Digital but sold by Fujifilm. 

  • New installations at Imacx, Duma Druck, VGL and Se-Da

    Roundup of some of the recent installation stories: Last year, Imacx, based in Lisbon, Portugal, installed an Onset X1, a high volume wide format printer manufactured by Inca Digital but sold by Fujifilm. Imacx, founded in 1998, specialises in producing large format, point-of-sale retail signage and displays. 

  • Mutoh launches XpertJet 1682WR dye sub

    Mutoh has announced a new wide format dye sublimation printer, the XpertJet 1682WR, which replaces the already discontinued ValueJet 1638WX. It’s designed to print to transfer paper up to 1625mm wide and is aimed at the interior decor, sportswear, promotional products and soft signage markets. 

  • SwissQprint speeds up Karibu

    SwissQprint has announced a new faster version of its Karibu wide format roll-to-roll printer, to be called the Karibu S, where S stands for speed.

  • Mutoh launches Mark II printers

    Mutoh has announced its Mark II series large format printers with two new 162cm-wide ValueJet models. These are basically both the same, designed around the same roll-fed chassis. Thus the 1638UR MkII is a straightforward roll-fed printer, while the 1638UH MkII also comes with a fold-out table either side so that it can also be…

  • Mimaki launches solvent and UV LFP

    Mimaki has announced two new roll-fed wide format printers – the JV100-160, which uses solvent ink, and the UJV100-160, which uses UV-curable ink, both of which have been described as entry-level machines. 

  • Ricoh updates latex wide format

    Ricoh has replaced its existing L5000 series of latex wide format printers with two new modesl, the 1.3m wide L5130e and 1.6m wide L5160e.

  • Epson expands wide format ambitions

    Epson has announced two new wide format printers, one with resin ink and one with UV LED curing, both aimed at the entry level outdoor signage market and neither of which can really be described as groundbreaking. But the strategy behind these printers is a different story altogether.  

  • Agfa downgrades Jeti Tauro

    Agfa has announced a new S (for Standard) version of its Jeti Tauro H3300 printer, essentially offering a version with less heads to be able to set a lower price.

  • Drytac announces two new floor graphics films

    Drytac has introduced two new substrates for wide format floor graphics to the European market. These are Polar Floor PET 170 and SpotOn Syntac Floor, neither of which use PVC. 

  • SwissQ turns to orange

    SwissQprint has introduced a new orange ink for its UV LED wide format printers, as well as a varnish for its Karibu rollfed printer.