The Acuity HD 2504 is a 48 x 96-in. flatbed that can accommodate substrates as thick as 1.89 in. and features a zoned vacuum table, which stays stationary as the heads move over it to print. An optional roll to roll module will be available in late 2007.  Fujifilm Sericol Australia advised that no decision had been reached as yet whether to bring the new Vybrant roll to roll solvent machines to Australia.

Fujufilm Sericol state that the new machine will offer the latest breakthrough in wide format UV digital imaging technology. Specifically designed for print applications requiring fine detail, high resolution images, the Acuity HD 2504 delivers both rigid and flexible point-of-purchase signage that hold up visually, even at the closest of viewings.

acuity_press300px.jpgAt the heart of the Acuity HD 2504 is a new imaging technology that enables each print head to produce variable size dots as opposed to traditional fixed-droplets. The printer’s ability to jet droplets as fine as 6 picoleter produces sharp, precise images with smoother transitions and quarter tones: while jetting larger droplets up to 30 picoleter delivers denser, more uniform solid image areas. The result is image quality usually seen at resolutions of 1,200 dpi or higher with crisper, more legible type, even as low as 6pt. Smoother skin tones. Finer line definition.

The UV curable ink is packaged in bulk, two-liter ink bags to minimize change out. The system includes an intelligent sensor to alert operator to an ink change requirement before running out of ink, as well as ensuring a correct ink color is installed. A quick change ink system takes seconds to complete reducing waste, mess and operator intervention.

Fujifilm Sericol claim that the Acuity HD 2504 will deliver the best solid colour coverage of any other printer in its class. Plus the breakthrough variable drop technology uses up to 35% less ink than fixed droplet, six colour printers.

Fujifilm Sericol Australia Pty Ltd

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