Inca Digital Printers, part of the Dainippon Screen Group, is one of the world’s leading pioneers and manufacturers of flat-bed inkjet printing technology. The Eagle and Columbia printers set the early standards in flatbed printing inkjet technology. Today the groundbreaking Onset Series and Spyder 320 range ensure that Inca’s products remain at the forefront of productivity, quality and reliability. Fujifilm Sericol manufactures and develops the UV inks used in Inca machines and sells the flatbed printers around the world. Our facility in Cambridge, UK, incorporates R&D, customer support, machine assembly and commissioning, a dedicated training facility and clean rooms for printhead assembly and refurbishment. Around a third of staff are involved in R&D and significant investment here helps us maintain our position at the forefront of machine productivity, innovation, quality and reliability. www.incadigital.com
When furniture company Funkids wanted to update its traditional range of children's bedroom furniture to make it more attractive and appealing, Extrema Publicidad in Mexico turned to its Inca Eagle H printer for the solution.
Inca Digital has announced the launch of a new-generation ‘Scaleable Architecture’ platform for the prestigious Inca Onset Series of large-format, flatbed UV printers which are sold globally by Fujifilm.
Fujifilm, Inca Digital's exclusive global distribution partner, is displaying the latest Inca Onset model, the new 6-color plus white Inca Onset S40i large format flatbed UV inkjet press, on the Fujifilm booth 2621 during SGIA Expo (October 23-25...
Bringing the first commercial production printer of its kind to PRINT’13 in Chicago, Fujifilm North America Corporation’s Graphic Systems Division is pleased to introduce the Inca Onset Q40i UV inkjet press.
The latest addition to the Inca Onset series, the Inca Onset Q40i has been developed to address the growing market for an ultra-high-quality flatbed device, printing onto media up to 3.14m x 1.6m (123.6 inches x 63 inches) and up to 50mm (2in) thick.
These exhibits, printed on heavy 5 and 10 mm acrylic using an Inca Spyder 320, also served as containers to be used as recycling bins – one for magazines, books and newspapers, the other for expired prescription medicines.