Fujifilm Announce Demonstration Of New Jet Press 750S


Producing 3600 B2 sheets per hour, and with improvements to its already impressive up-time (above 90% often quoted), versatility, colour capability and print quality, the Jet Press 750S is ideal for high quality print runs of up to 5000.

From 9-10 April, Fujifilm is welcoming printers from across Europe to its Advanced Print Technology Centre in Brussels to see the new Jet Press 750S in action – the first opportunity to do so since its launch. To allow printers to experience the quality, colour capability and productivity of what is now the fastest, full colour, B2 sheet-fed digital press on the market, Fujifilm is encouraging printers to get under the hood of the new Jet Press 750S at its forthcoming showcase event and learn how the press can help them diversify and expand their business.

For printers currently operating a predominantly offset environment but looking to develop a digital capability to exploit the growing opportunities offered by personalisation and profitable short-run printing, the Jet Press 750S ticks all the boxes. Built on an offset chassis, the press delivers print quality at least as good as offset, thanks to its Samba inkjet printheads and superb sheet-to-sheet, front and back registration, and can hit up to 90% of the Pantone library. It also features up-time on par with offset, and can print on standard offset stock.

Commenting on the event, Mark Stephenson, product manager, digital printing and press systems, graphic systems EMEA Fujifilm said, ‘This event is going to be a great opportunity for printers looking to gain a competitive advantage and expand their business, by experiencing the outstanding capabilities of the new Jet Press 750S. Studying sample prints or reading case studies is a good place to start when looking at a new investment, but there is nothing better than seeing a machine for yourself producing live jobs before you can really make up your mind.’

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