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Fujifilm announces new Jet Press 750S High Speed Model

The new B2 inkjet press will be the industry’s fastest*, capable of printing up to 5,400sph, and is being showcased for the first time at virtual.drupa

FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) today announces the Jet Press 750S High Speed Model, featuring the industry’s fastest* output speeds of 5,400 B2 sheets per hour for a sheet-fed digital inkjet press. This new model retains all the features of the current Jet Press 750S for commercial and folding carton package printing applications:
(1) High image quality outperforming that of offset printing
Utilising advanced ultra-high-density and high-precision “SAMBA” printheads and aqueous pigment “VIVIDIA” ink, the Jet Press 750S High Speed Model is able to produce ultra-high quality print equal to or even better than offset.
(2) High-speed output of 5,400 sheets per hour
The Jet Press 750S High Speed Model has the highest productivity available* for a sheet-fed inkjet press, 1.5x faster than that of the current Jet Press 750S.
(3) Flexible
According to the type of job being run, high quality mode (3,600sph) and high performance mode (5,400sph) can be switched for maximum flexibility.
(4) Improved total cost of ownership
The High Speed Model makes it possible to transfer a wider range of offset jobs to digital to reduce the total cost of ownership.
(5) Upgradeable
On site upgrade is available for new and current Jet Press 750S owners.
The Jet Press 750S High Speed Model is being showcased at virtual.drupa (April 20th to 23rd) via a concept video, and is also being featured on Fujifilm’s new website.
The Jet Press 750S High Speed Model is scheduled to be available in Autumn 2021.
Fujifilm will continue to contribute to the development of the world’s printing industry by developing and providing innovative products for the digital printing market, the popularity of which is ever increasing.
*As of April 2021, in B2 inkjet digital machines.
www.fujifilm.eu

 

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