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ColorJet set to launch 3.2m UV LED roll-to-roll printer Vulcan

By M4G Bureau - September 13, 2017

The Vulcan is powered with the V8 technology, a combination of superlative print quality, smart memory utilisation, speedy communication with advance cabling system, and thermal design technology

ColorJet India Ltd is launching Vulcan, its latest innovation, a high speed 3.2 metre UV LED Roll to Roll Printer. The Vulcan is powered with the V8 technology, a combination of superlative print quality, smart memory utilisation, speedy communication with advance cabling system, and thermal design technology. It also offers benefits of multi-tasking and multithreading to speed up the printing operations and maximise productivity.

The inkjet printer is equipped with an advanced industrial head (Industrial Grade Jetting Assembly) with expanding capability that boosts productivity and profitability. The Vulcan prints at speeds of up to 120 meters per hour and is a complete solution, offering White Printing, Flexi Layer technology and a LED Light Box System.

Additionally the Vulcan offers advanced motorised carriage height adjustment, automatic ink regulator, LED lamps, advance plasma anti-static device, high-tech vacuum system, pneumatic press rubber roller, reinforced beams, and carriage safety sensor features.

The printer is loaded with an Eco Cooling System, in which the water cooling system is embedded and thereby maintains printing temperature and removes media wrinkle to ensure high quality prints. While, the dual-roll option enables customers to install two or more rolls one after another. This helps in executing multiple jobs simultaneously and also enhances the efficiency of the printer on smaller media while the Media Trimming System feature enables to cut the print media vertically in uni-direction.

The inkjet printer operates with the latest ColorJet generation of white inks, which are opaque. This feature enables to obtain a qualitative white output with the use of low ink consumption for colored or dark substrates as well as transparent materials like glass for backlit and front-lit applications. Most importantly, the white configuration technology can be used as a spot colour along with white ink circulation system.

 

 

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