In our previous post, you discovered just how happy Just Signs of Caboolture was with its purchase of a Acuity Advance HD flatbed UV press. But you may be wondering why the sign powerhouse was so happy, and what it is about this press that made it so successful. Here, we share the show-stopping elements of the first true high-resolution UV flatbed with white ink and roll option.
The true stationary flatbed found within the Acuity Advance press allows full-bleed printing on rigid materials. This ensures accurate registration even on multiple passes. In fact, the flatbed system supports full-bleed printing on image areas up to 48 inches by 96 inches. This saves you time and labour in finishing.
If you are not currently able to print onto flexible media, such as vinyl and self-adhesive vinyl, without compromising the rigid printing workflow, now is the time to offer it to your clients with the Acuity Advance HD.
Reduce waste, mess and operator intervention with the quick change ink system of the Acuity Advance HD. It only takes seconds to complete!
Optimised Print Performance Using Uvijet UV Curing Inks
Fujifilm Sericol Uvijet Inks, which are specifically formulated for the Acuity HD 2504, utilize patented Micro-V dispersion technology to deliver wide adhesion, vibrancy and higher gloss in every print. The inks also cure quickly and adhere to a wide variety of mediums.
So what else do I need to know?
Don’t waste time, money or labour with other presses. The Acuity Advance HD offers many features and benefits that help you enhance productivity, including:
- Direct printing onto rigid and flexible media
- White ink option allowing in-line printing
- Roll-to-roll option
- Proprietary greyscale UV inkjet heads with droplet sizes from 6 to 42 picolitres
- Quality comparable to conventional printing resolution of 1440 dpi or higher with true production speed of 22.2m2/hr
- Fujifilm Uvijet KI series inks used
Brad of Just Signs says he is pleased with the quality of the Acuity Advance HD: “We recently completed a large run at full production speed using corflute, and, to be honest, we could not see a big difference between this and running at a slower, higher quality mode”. Brad reveals his future plans for Just Signs include the addition of another flatbed UV machine to keep up with demand, and Fujifilm with be his first call.
Are you ready to make your first call to discover how the Acuity Advance HD can help your shop save time and money? Contact Fujifilm today.