Fujifilm at Print4All in Milan

Fujifilm shows Revoria PC 1120 and Acuity Prime wide format

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Samples printed on the Fujifilm wide format presses on display at Print4All exhibition in Milan

At Print4All, Fujifilm showed the Revoria Press PC1120 digital toner press. The PC1120, which was launched in September 2021 to selected territories, boasts production speeds of 120 pages per minute with superb, high-definition quality, as well as a unique combination of feeding and finishing options to provide superb flexibility. Around the same time, the Revoria PC1120 in its 6-color configuration was launched in India, although the formal launch took place in December 2021. The PC1120 has a wide range of colors and enhancements, with a single-pass, 6-colour print engine enabling up to two special toners such as gold, silver, clear, white, or pink to be used in addition to CMYK.

The Acuity Prime wide format printer launched in mid-2021 has maximum print speeds of 150 square meters an hour and a printable area of 2.54 x 1.27 meters. It can print on media up to a thickness of 51mm and is available in CMYK formats with white, additional clear, and jettable primer options. It also features a high-quality LED curing system that is air-cooled, meaning there is no requirement for an expensive water-cooling system. Fujifilm demonstrated the machine running at the show for printing fashion and cosmetic posters and indoor signage.

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