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Drupa update: Mimaki shows the benefits of UV LED curing

Mimaki is showcasing new UV curable inkjet printers using technologies based on Mimaki’s renowned expertise in the Sign / Graphics markets. The new printers consist of a roll-to-roll UV curable inkjet printer with UV LED curing technology and a single-pass high quality UV curable inkjet printer.

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Drupa update: HP has announced details of it's first Latex Ink printer, the Designjet L65500 Printer

HP promised to announce more details of the machines that will be using their new water-based HP Latex Inks that are supposed to provide many of the benefits of solvent-ink technology without imposing the typical environmental, health and safety considerations. The first machine to be announced is the HP Designjet L65500 printer that features both HP Latex Inks and HP Wide Scan Technology.

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Drupa update: Xerox shows off Gel ink

Xerox Corporation today previewed a cured gel ink technology that prints on materials like plastic and foil, enabling digital printers to compete in areas like packaging to capture even more of the traditional offset print jobs making up the estimated $400 billion market.

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Adobe upgrades PDF Print Engine

Adobe Systems has announced Adobe PDF Print Engine 2, the next-generation, full-featured printing software that enables end-to-end workflows for graphically rich publishing based on Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF).

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Next generation Inkjet Digital Printing Technology from Fujifilm Group

We are bound to see at Drupa several "next generation" inkjet technologies that will potentially impact our wide format printing industry, we already know of several of these. Fujifilm Corporation has released information on their own groundbreaking technology that they are claiming will be the next generation to enable the world’s first high quality, high-speed printing on large sheet sizes (maximum print size: 720mm x 520mm) at high resolutions of 1200dpi at 4-level grey scale by using a single-pass inkjet printing method.

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