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Keundo SupraQ 3300F Debuts

Solvent printer with max. speed of 1248 sq ft/hr

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Keundo Technology has debuted its new SupraQ 3300F grand-format printer. Featuring a flatbed option, the 4- or 6-color (CMYKcm) SupraQ 3300F was introduced at FESPA and is shipping in September of this year. The piezo solvent inkjet printer with 12 Spectra SL128 printheads can handle media up 0.78 in. thick and up to 128 in. wide, with boards limited to a maximum size of 48 x 96 in.

The 3300F offers resolutions up to 400 x 800 dpi and four roll-to-roll print modes (super draft, draft, production, and HQ). Its maximum speed is 1248 sq ft/hr at 300 x 200 dpi, while at 400 x 800 dpi, it can generate speeds of up to 334 sq ft/hr. It can print in roll-to-roll, roll-to-sheet, and sheet-to- sheet formats onto a variety of media including PVC banner, self-adhesive vinyl, backlit flex, mesh, textiles including canvas, and rigid solvent-printable board.

The printer's flatbed option comprises roller tables with dryer and media feed. The RIP is also optional: Keundo Onyx Driver or Onyx ProductionHouse. In addition, the 3300F features 1-gallon (3.5- l) ink tanks per color, an ink-level controlling system, automatic head cleaning system, central ink and heater monitoring system, self-printing automatic feeding/takeup for unattended printing, and a Capping Station to protect printheads and decrease head maintenance. The 3300F also features an open-air design, unlike the Keundo SupraQ 3300, which has an enclosed venting cabinet.

Price, not including RIP, installation, and freight: SupraQ 3300F 4-color, $125,000; SupraQ 3300F 6-color, $150,000. The flatbed option costs an additional $25,000, including roller tables with dryer and media feed. Optional RIP is $1995. Keundo is distributed in North America by ACCI. (Keundo: www.keundo.com; ACCI: www.goacci.com)

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