Inca Digital's Onset S40

Prints at up to 5059 sq ft/hr and offers a 63 x 123-inch print area.

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Inca Digital Printers has launched its Inca Onset S40 printer. Positioned between the company’s flagship Inca Onset and the Onset S20, the new Onset S40 features new Fujifilm Dimatix Sapphire QS-256 MEMS printheads, with jetting accuracy resulting in prints with tighter fine text, as well as smoother prints, Inca reports. The S40 prints at up to 5059 sq ft/hr (with automation), offers a 63 x 123-in. print area, and can accommodate media up to 2-in. thick. It’s intended for the production of single and double-sided displays, P-O-S, exhibition graphics, backlit/frontlit displays, outdoor signage printing, and cosmetic/fashion graphics, etc.

The new UV flatbed is 4-color standard with optional light cyan and light magenta (Fujifilm UVijet OB inks); users can choose among uni-directional, bi-directional, and super-high-quality print modes. Additional features include variable levels of gloss (from Satin to Gloss), user printhead replacement, and automatic print setup controls. In addition, the Onset S40 is compatible with Inca’s flexible automation system (optional), offering users the choice to operate in manual, semi, or three-quarter automation from the same configuration, as well as Inca’s Print Run Controller (PRC) software module.
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