FUJIFILM North America Corporation

Acuity Advance Select

FUJIFILM North America Corporation has introduced the latest addition to the Acuity wide-format UV inkjet family of printers – the Acuity Advance Select.

One of the key developments incorporated into the new Acuity Advance Select is the inclusion of eight independent ink channels. In addition to the standard CMYK ink set, the Acuity Advance Select includes additional white and clear ink channels.

Clear + White: The addition of white and clear ink channels allows PSPs to print on a range of non-white substrates and add a spot or flood coat ‘varnish’ effect in a single operation all on one printer. This extends the application versatility of the Acuity Advance Select machine and improves the efficiency with which these types of added-value effects can be achieved.

White + White: Alternatively, the Acuity Advance Select can be used with two white ink channels to improve the density of white in a single pass, which can be particularly useful for demanding backlit applications.

The other two extra channels can be used for laying down additional cyan and magenta ink. This improves the quality that can be achieved in the higher speed, production printing mode allowing more demanding jobs to be printed up to 25 percent faster. The 8-channel Select also includes new print modes to further improve print speed. In either case, the Acuity Advance Select allows print service providers to print higher quality work faster.

As with other Acuity Advance models, the Select has an optional roll media kit for printing on a number of flexible materials. This simple-to-use option is incredibly versatile, allowing an operator to prepare rigid material on the flat bed while the roll media option is printing.

Finally, the Acuity Advance Select features additional vacuum zones, further reducing manual masking, together with new job handling capabilities for more complex jobs or those requiring multiple sets of prints, advancements which help to improve overall production efficiencies.

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