Fujifilm today introduced its new Acuity Advance HS flatbed printer, with the HS designation standing for high-speed. The company states the UV-based machine provides “photographic quality printing” at production speeds of 430 square feet per hour (40 m2/hr).
The Acuity Advance HS, available with a roll-media option, also includes what the company calls express mode to produce print at over 700 square feet per hour (67m2/hr). The machine uses Fujifilm’s Uvijet inks with Micro-V dispersion technology.
Canadian commercial shipments of the Acuity Advance HS are set to begin in March 2010, while the machine will be displayed at upcoming events like the International Sign Association tradeshow in Orlando (April 7 to 10), Western Grafik’Art show in Vancouver (April 22 to 24) and at Ipex in Birmingham (May 18-25).
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