Agfa Graphics is launching the new Jeti TitanX at FESPA 2013 taking place London, England, from June 25 to 29. The new system joins Agfa’s existing Jeti Titan series of UV-curable wide-format printers based on moving-table flatbed technology (now holding seven different system configurations).
The Jeti TitanX is described by Agfa as a highly flexible system, which allows for fast switching between four (CMYK) to six-colour (CMYKLcLm) imaging on a job-by-job basis. Both modes also allow for laying down white ink, with eight dedicated white print heads out of the system’s 48 total.
The Jeti TitanX has a bed size of 3.1×2 metres with a table with a tolerance of only ± 0.05 mm over the complete surface. The system also features what Agfa refers to as Table Topology Compensation, a set of measurement and jetting compensation algorithms to help reduce variations. An optical camera is used to scan the bed to create a topographical map of the imaging area. The algorithms then make velocity compensation calculations for optimized dot placement.
The Jeti TitanX jets Agfa’s Anuvia UV-curable inks that are designed specifically for high-end production platforms.
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