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Inca Launches 'Fine Quality' Spyder 320 Q at Fespa 2007

Fespa 2007 - Fujifilm Sericol Booth A210, Hall 1.2

(PresseBox) (Cambridge, ) Today at Fespa 2007, Inca Digital Printers launches the Spyder 320 Q Fine Quality digital UV flatbed printer for high end and closely viewed printing.

The Spyder 320 Q Fine Quality features a new printhead, designed for and unique to Inca, that accurately delivers a fine resolution 10 picolitre drop size at production speeds of up to 37 sqm/hr. The result is a printer that produces fine quality, photorealistic prints at higher speeds.

The Spyder 320 Q Fine Quality is ideal for applications where a crisp image, fine lines and sharp text is critical such as high fashion graphics, gaming machine panels and closely viewed prints. Reversed out text as small as 4pt has smoother edges producing easier to read prints at all viewing distances.

"This new Spyder machine allows even smaller format size work to be effectively tiled up and with small drops delivering excellent reversed text and quality prints. We are convinced that this represents a good choice for companies wishing to get very high quality at a sensible production speed as well as being a good complement to our existing range," says Bill Baxter, MD of Inca.

Flexibility has contributed to the popularity of the Spyder 320 product line. Since May 2004, Inca Digital has successfully introduced a number of Spyder 320 digital flatbed printer models, including the original 4-colour Spyder 320, the low-cost alternative Spyder 320-e, Spyder 320+ white and six colour versions. The eight colour Spyder 320-8 series was launched at ISA in April earlier this year.

The Spyder 320 Series of UV flatbed digital printers is a very successful and versatile platform. Its flexible, modular design allows the end user to tailor the platform to suit their specific business and production needs. The latest model launched today adds even more flexibility of choice. The Spyder series gives users a choice of print configuration, print head type, standard, light and white colours, speed and quality combinations, and of course, modular upgrade options.

On Fujifilm Sericol Booth A210 the versatile Spyder 320 Q Fine Quality and Columbia Turbo printers are demonstrated printing a range of products using various types of Uvijet ink technology. Fujifilm Sericol Uvijet inks provide an ultra-wide gamut using automotive grade pigments with the highest light fastness rating to ensure print longevity. The result is a unique range of inks that provide the widest colour gamut and the highest quality on a broad range of substrates.

With a wide range of applications and output speeds covered by the Inca Spyder 320 Series, Columbia Turbo and Inca Onset, visitors to the Fujifilm Sericol booth can view systems capable of cost-effectively printing the finest sign, display and exhibition materials.

About Fujifilm Sericol
Fujifilm Sericol is focused on the formulation, development, manufacture and supply of innovative inkjet inks for the rapidly developing digital printing industry. A leader in the development of UV inks, Fujifilm Sericol's "More than Ink…Solutions" is a commitment to provide its customers with the latest in technology, technical support, training and business consulting programs.

Inca Digital Printers Limited

Inca Digital is one of the world's leading manufacturers of inkjet printing technology, today employing more than 160 people at its HQ in Cambridge, England. Highly innovative, the company developed the world's first large format flatbed inkjet printer in 2000 and is known for its market-leading Eagle, Spyder, and Columbia and high-speed Columbia Turbo printers. The world's fastest flat-bed printer, the Inca Onset, was launched in 2007.

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