Fujifilm Corporation releases the X-Bar, a drop-on-demand modular inkjet printing system that is configured to apply variable data to direct mail, transactional print and other commercial pre-print materials.
The X-Bar product line consists of moveable printbar modules that can be mounted to analog presses or finishing devices to print lanes of monochrome variable data, such as text, barcodes, addresses, logos and graphics.
Additionally, Fujifilm releases new features for its Fujifilm 42K Printbar System; a configurable inkjet imprinting solution with new options for direct mail, transaction printing and packaging for greater flexibility.
The new system is suitable as an add-on inkjet printer, or as an imprinting device for hybrid printing. The 42K Printbar System, a single-pass inkjet printing solution, is built to the desired print width by utilizing as many Fujifilm Samba printheads as needed to meet production needs. The system’s expanded print width enables customers to print anywhere they desire across the press web. As a result, there is no need to reposition individual printbars or manage stitch zones as jobs change.
“The next-generation 42K Printbar System, along with its newly released counterpart, X-Bar, provide a broad portfolio of modern, higher reliability options for our direct mail and transactional printing customers. Neither product requires regular refurbishment,” said Stephen Atherton, senior manager of product management and marketing for the Fujifilm Integrated Inkjet Solutions business.
J Press FP790
The Graphic Systems Division of Fujifilm North America Corporation enters the flexible packaging market with its new J Press FP790 digital inkjet water-based press. The FP790 will be available in the North America market mid-2022.
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