Truepress Jet L350UV
It is a well-known fact that run lengths have become shorter, putting pressure on margins as well as existing production techniques. The benefits to your clients of printing exactly what is required, when it is required are obvious.
With all the different process steps involved in using conventional equipment, providing short to medium run lengths can be a big challenge – and the costs involved in providing such a service make it prohibitive in many situations.
With the Truepress Jet L350 you can output a customer’s file directly to the press without any delays for plate-making or make-ready where the very first prints out are at exactly the same superb quality as the last – meaning you can provide a cost-effective, short to medium run production, in superb quality.
One of the key benefits of the Truepress Jet L350 is its high running speed – at 50m per minute we offer maximum productivity in the minimum amount of time. With a printing width of up to 322mm and the ability to print on material from 100mm to 350mm, the Truepress delivers a world leading productivity of 16.1m2 per minute.
Productivity is not just about speed, it is also directly related to up time – there is no point having a super fast machine if you are always having to do maintenance.
The Truepress is equipped with an automated head cleaning function that greatly simplifies maintenance and reduces the amount of time required to keep the press in an optimum condition. Cleaning of the head area can be executed with the simple click of a button so that the press is instantly ready for production.
Speed is also about workflow and the ability to be able to process enough data to keep the press running. The Truepress is shipped with EQUIOS, Screen’s universal workflow system that combines the printing and prepress knowhow developed by Screen over many years with the latest inkjet technology.
With Screen’s renowned Equios workflow software, the whole process from file input to a finished roll can be automated to minimise interruptions or delays.
Jobs can easily be prioritised according to run length, material and finishing requirements for maximum efficiency and the highest possible up time.